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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 25, 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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Our "pitch" for funds 'to send
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Band to Fort Walton Beach for II I
the state contest met with an instant I

I response and a number of f1 1I&1& '? ( The City Commission voted last S. Allan were spokesmen for thei, er L. L. Bohannon. Also votingfor nounced later by' Acting City

handsome donations as well as a night to remove parkingmeters 'group in asking the removal of I the move were Commissioners )I[i Manager Clayton Sanders it wa
number of just as acceptable lesser from the city streets for' a 6- the meters as a, stimulus to a lagging ; E. J. Johnson, Jr., and John Til- decided after study is mad

responses. Time is getting t L months trial period after hearinga .downtown bpsiness.The I iakos. Major E. J. Smith was not' The merchants were reminded
I short and much more is needed. \ ; petition from the Fernandina action was taken on a motion -: present for voting. that it will be up to the individualstore

." Donations should be in the form Beach Merchants Association. by Commissioner Ben Soren- : Complete details, of the future operators to regiment their

of checks, if possible, and made k & Burns Bailey, president, and A. sen and seconded by Commission regulation of parking will be own personnel so as not to .
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School Band, care News.Leader tt1 c-i i 'Peter's their employees as this will\\\ defeat
or the FBIIS Band Association.All 1 Rev. James Ellisor Is 21 st'' Rector Of St. ChurchAnother the whole purpose of the

donors will be recognized. move.

0 r era in the history of It was pointed out by Bailey
The removal of downtown parkIng -. St. Peter's; Episcopal Church be. and Allan that a number of other
meters is an effort to stimulate gan this week as the Rev. JamesD. : ., '. I :',:' '. ..."w>,: ,!,,"... ,. "k'f :H ; Florida cities of comparable size

business in the uiban area Ellisor became the 21st Rector : have already made this move.

and forestall suburban shopping in the 105 years of the church's
areas. A number of other Florida existence. His acceptance and ar. I I
cities of comparable size have ) \4r rival culminated a nine month II At last night's Commission I

already moved the meters for the "t. ., search by the Vestry for a Priestto I meeting it was approved that
same purpose. Whether this i is .i r ra\: fill the vacancy created last I the City enter into a Contract
successful here, or anywhere eke, -' summer when the Rev. Neil Gray with the Minnesota Twins

is still based on the individual was called to serve as Executive hereby' baseball spring train-'
merchant's aggressiveness. As the !; PERFECT WEATHER, A GOOD BOAT AND SKIPPER, AND LOTS OF FISH insured Director of Christian Educationin lug quarters at City Hall Park

, t old cliche goes, the business that I the success of an offshore fishing trip by members of the Minnesota Twins baseball the Diocese of Florida. jcj'I will be furnished the Twin

1 opens Us doors: and expects the I organization. The group boated 43 red snapper and a large number of rock fish with Father Ellisor is a native of farm clubs in 1961. The Twins

public to beat a path to the por- : the snappers ranging from 2 to 3 Ibs. to 27 pounds. Making the trip were left to Andalusia, Alabama and graduated management hare indicated that
!: tals, just because they are open, from the of Ala they will return here for preseason
t right, Joe Tringali, owner and skipper of the boat, Sherry Robertson, farm director University
usually winds with one big training again next ,
up Jack Pettit former baseball star and scout for the bama with a Bachelor of Arts degree year
Twins Rogers
of the Packy now I
i'/ sales! promotion, a going-out-of and are desirrus of entering into -
in 1951. He memberof
I t/ business sale. The merchants Twins, and Billy Martin, former New York Yankee infield standout and now also scout Pi Kappa ;Phi social was a fraternity., ,...: ;<, I I a contract. Six farm clubs

j might also remember that a little' for the Twins. I Phi Eta Sigma scholastic fraternity ,,,'-,\.., .. ..:,:,. trained here this lear, with this
I i cooperation might solve some of --- i and Pi Tau Chi religious fraternity .it :';'=;rN.J ': ) ,", week seeing the windup of activity -
Freckles would be .- .. >:':>.". t-: There had been considerable
: the problems. "'
while at the University. '
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Drive Is $35OOO Appropriated .
a nice coat of tan if they just got UnderwayTo Chamber Begins He also played in the Million I $' local concern o>'er a ne'"

j together. i Send FBHS Band I For Fort ClinchRestoration : Dollar Band. k t' contract after a strong overture

l : To State ContestA Golden Crown Work I Upon his graduation from the 't .fi, i had been made to the Twins by

There has been concern locally i'University of Alabama he attend. ;. the City of Orland.wwnwwuwv'.

: for some time that the high school I fund-raising drive is under- Announcement made this : ed the Candler School.of Theology I. ''VRev. : :, :

I' Wa not accredited. I discussed way to send the Fernandina Fiesta Planning week that $35,900 has been ap. at Emory University in Atlanta,
: this subject with county educators' Beach High: Schrol Hand to the propriated and work is expectedto I: Georgia. He received a Bachelor ,and, Mrs. James D. Ellisor and son In other action the Commission
that such is theca --- --- -- deferred the awarding of bids for
found not
and t state contest at Fort Walton The Chamber of Commerce be unde contract by June lof Divinity degree in 1954 and
In order to clear up the misunderstanding I Fort six in the Methodist an irrigation system at the golf
e. Heath next week and a numberof 30 for restoration at spent years
meeting last Thursday in regular Junior Chamber Slates
Houston Sapp, I I CIinc ministry.In Kiwanians Hear course until further study can be
donations have already come I -
session
monthly discussed .plans
general supervisor of education, ,; June, 1961 Father1 Ellisor : Drive made.
: in. for the 19G3 Golden Crown Fiesta, jl Gil Becker, Fort Clinch State May Clean-Up
Adopted resolution calling
has furnished us with an article ordained Deacon in the a
!I however, considerably more is slated for June 6, 7, 8 and 9. Park superintendent revealed was as
Director D. E. Ames I for authorizing special assessments -
be
accreditation and it Church and later during ; Announcement made
on may needed and those interested in President Chuck ln ken ;, that $10,000 of the funds will Episcopal I I was today .
fle an- for two-thirds of
cost (exclusive
found elsewhere in this issue. the ordained by the Junior Chamber of Commerce
I the band making the trip are nounced that Ray Caldwell will go for fort repairs and $25,000 same year was of street intersections)
Priest. He\served Assistant that they will
promote a
urged to make their contributions head the Fiesta committee and I goes for barracks reconstruction. I' as as Talk On University against the lots and lands adjoin.
Planning any digging for pirate I as scon as possible. Caldwell reported,' planning toI I Rector of Trinity Episcopal I local clean-up drive during the !
treasure or the like? Better check I Church in St. Augustine for almost month of May. ing and contiguous, or boundingand
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Tlicrks be sent to the date. Full details of the appropriation -
certain
digging grounds first and may I. I three years 'prior to his be- BY TOMMY HALL i I John Tester, chairman, of the abutting upon streets.
your News-Leader or to the Fernanda G. H. Waas, Jr., will be carried in nextweek.s This Ash' Street between
be sure i itIsn't 0'1 state park pro- ; gave a, reporton coming Rector of. St.) Peter's.Continued' Kiwanians. were privileged to project, said that full details will ( concerns
JJeach High, School Band the Invitational Golf yews-Leader. Second and Front Street, '
: $5,000
-r peffy orprfvateN; |>.ot>rty. Unauthorized ( on Page 'Two) hear Donald EAme. *, Director of 1 be available for ne.xtweek'. *. is \
Tournament. He revealed that scheduled for in the
n. a I Development Jacksonville University i paving near
digging on park
property sue.
is and right at I Donations today hare come considerable number of posters ,; at the regular meeting of I future as a part of the overall II I
prohibited Crusade
Cancer City Issues Citations Serving with ,Tester the,
the moment this 1 Is particularly 1 from Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Phin. and other advertising material I .. .f Kjwanis Club on Monday night. I on. city marina project) r
committ Jim Be and
stressed concerning 'old Fprt San ney, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Brew has gone out to'golf clubs For Non-Payment He was presented to the club Bill Leuschner.are tty Adopted a resolution calling for \

.' Carlos in Old Town. Archaeological I ton. Miss Lynn Sheffield Mr. throughout the Southeast.The Underway HereWith i membership by Kenneth Sturges, I a special election, on the proposed
excavating is scheduled there and Mrs. Brb Carson, Mr. and tourney dates are June 7, I Of Garbage Tax program chairman. natural gas system. (See Resolution
II Mr. and Mrs. 8,and 9, with a pro-amateur event I Local in this issue as 'legal notice -
next week and it is feared ama Mrs. Kent Crisp The'City of Fernandina Beach Ames is a graduate of DuncanU. Numismatists
teur "assistance", without trained George Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Her- set for June 6. A number of pros $2500 Goal I i issued the first citations this Fletcher High School at Jack Join Observance Of ).
Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Le- have already evidenced a desireto i Appointed a clerk and five Inspectors
bert sonville Beach, and was the recipient -
instruction, may hamper restoration week for failure of local citizensto
and Mrs. Ted return for this second annual j The Nassau County Unit of the to serve during the -
of the historical site. roy McKee, Mr. pay'' their Garbage and Trash ; of a Bachelor of Science National Coin Week special
: will
American Cancer
and Mrs. Pete event. Society city election (natural ) on
Mr. gas
Sieger, I
Degree from Jacksonville University.
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Tax for the period which ended I :
I : Burns Bailey reported on the conduct a residential Lfehts-On 21.Renamed.
Schuiling. Mr. and Mrs. Gene March 1.Those I He was a member of Green The Buccaneer Coin Club and i May
Does money fascinate you? Lasserre, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis baseball dinner, held at the municipal -; Campaign on Friday, May 3, :I Key Honorary Leadership Society the Florida National Bank are Ray Caldwell as a
Take a trip down to the Florida auditorium for the players (, throughout the county. The business i- i receiving citations were i; Commissioner of the Housing
and Gary Haddock. i president of Circle K, and is cooperating in plans for the ob-
National Bank and see the inter- and : given two choices, the first being I
of the Minnesota industry professional Continued Two
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an4 i I listed in "Who's Who Among Students 'servance of National Coin Week, ( on
esting displays of the Buccaneer i solicitation is being emphasized to appear in court at the pre
Twins farm clubs, as being highly j 5.
I in American Universitiesand April 27-May
Coin Club. The displays are in Florida Public Utilitie!t successful.A I this week, April 21 through April scribed time or to bring the citation : I '
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observance of National Coin Week Buccaneer of the Year 27. I and payment of the tax to Colleges. Since 1959 he has I A large display has been erectedin I I Teachers To Meet.
Successfully Defend pro
i been the Administrative forceat the
on' the bank for viewing by I
and contain some highly interest. City Hall before 10:00: on the I
held in
has been ;
motion, such as Mrs. W. H. Flood,
JU and is the Direc- I II
I president'l' youngest and interesting
Many
public.
rare
items of legal tender. Nuisance SuitA date. they are scheduled to ,
ing appear
and
the was discussed Flen announced the
I past i! I I tor of Development in the nation. l coins and bills are included in the i With Officials On
I niken said he would name a committee I men for the crusade. They are: I in Court. j I collections. i ,
found the Florida Pub. The speaker outlined how the
Had note from Sherry Robertson jury
a : Failure carries maximum
to determine the feasibility -, Fernandina Beach Business I to pay a !
farm director of the Minnesota -1 lie Utilities Co. not guilty in a : fine of 6 months in community can help the univer- I
: at this time.Accepts and Industry, W. H. Berglund; $500 or I School Problems :
'TAirts today and a clipping i'I suit in Circuit Court last week I'i I I Professional Col. E. V. Garcia; I jail or both."Roaring. sity by its support, not only financially 5,286 Visitors At .....
The suit by Linton Lee and his I' but in the 'accomplish. I
the Minneapolis Sherry -
from paper.
On Mrs. Ox-
left Friday for Minneapolis, wife, Nadine, charged that a nuisance .. Pastorate I I ley Lights, who will- be assisted Margaret by the .ment of its aims, to educate the Fort Clinch Park County Commissioner harry

via Washington to see .his family, had been created by the use: At Springhill Baptist following area captains: Mrs. G. 20's"Daflce youth of the community in 'numerous During Past Week Poole spoke to the Classroom
II of auxiliary portable generatorsat and by lending moral of the
and on his arrival Sunday he I T. Butler, Mrs. Ben Clarke, Mrs.T. : Tickets ways Teachers Department
was 'greeted by 3 inches of snow the company's power plant here.J J. Courson, Mrs.: B. F. Dickens, support when its policies and objectives ; Gil Becker, superintendent of F.E.A. of Nassau County, whenit
when he stepped off the plane. J Lee's suit charged that excessive (Continued on Page Two) hjow AvailableThe are attacked. I:I Fort Clinch State Park, reportsa met at the Yulee Library on
The clipping showed a scene of noise and vibration came from I dance will be held on May I He outlined the progress which total of 5,286 visitors at the April 2tJeanette

snow falling heavily on the display the units and that the health and 4, from 9 til 1, at the Woman's has been made at JU since it began I! park for the week ending April Fincannon, president,
of.a garden store and wascaptioned well-being of his family had been Confederate Memorial Club. as an Evening College in the : 21.Of reported on her recent visit to

"Snow Nips Our SpringIn impaired. Observance Set For Tickets are available through 1930's. The school has recently this figure, 4,040 were day Tallahassee where she attended

i In The Bud". Needless to say. This was the second time the Leta Cenek. adopted the tri-mester system in I I visitors while the remaining 1,246 several sessions of the legislatureand
Sherry wished he was back at the case had been in Circuit Court. Friday MorningThe Practice'your Charleston steps order to widen its endeavor to I were campers. This brings the met with the county legisla.

spring training staff house hereon Previously a judge had given the Amelia Island Chapter, United and get your costume ready. ; educate as many students as pos yearly total to 86,956 day visitors tors.During
the beach with the invitn!' luiy a directed verdict in favor of ___ Daughters of the Confederacy 23 SKIDOO!! (Continued on Page Two) J and 29,871 campers. the general discussion,
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his back door and I u several members pointed out the
golf" links at 'He defendantAn will observe Confederate Memorial
the fishing pier just up the beach. Day Friday, April 26th I depleted situation of the Nassau
to higher court re-
I appeal a
(See picture in this issue of Sherry (tomorrow), with short servicesat County teacher, and there beingno
and Co. after an offshore fish. suited in the case being returned the two cemeteries. The first Arnade 51|leaks to Historical Society guarantee of improvement in

insr: trip with Joe Trin ali.) I :o Circuit Court for another hear. service will begin at 10:15 a.m. I sight. Of the 67 counties in Flor.I .
imr.j at St. Peter's. I I ida, Nassau County now ranks C6.
In this issue the News-Leader I j t Judge Charles A. Luckie was The Reverend J. T. Dunnam, Dr. Charles Arnade, noted his I, To present the complete county
series of article the first torian and traveler, was guest ;i school situation, an meeting
}1:1 beginning a \ t;
by Paul Warwick, which we hope ':on of the Spring Term Jast Church will give a short talk. shaker Monday night at a meeting ./; .:,; : is being planned for the near future
I ; of the Duncan L. Clinch Historical ij .: ';:', with all members of the
and
find interesting
you will re- week. Graves of both Union and Confederate s-' > ,Af)
freshing. Mr. and Mrs. Warwick soldiers will be marked. I Society of Amelia Island. ; i ) :;? I School Board, County ComtBtttion,
moved here recently to make Soccial Services The public is. cordially invitedto The meeting, held at the muni- 1/ ; :: Tax Assessor, and School Super.

their, retirement home and Paul attend.Resident's. I cipal auditorium, was attended bya + I intendent.
finds: his hands still itch a bit for Slated Sunday At large number of interested citi. 11 11IL All citizen who are interested
feel of typewriter keys lie zens. in improving the quality of the
the
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ChurchRev.
Bible Don Wade has Father
Baptist Rev. acceptedthe | received the children
education by
has many years of journalism in Dr. Arnade, professor of history '".. ,.

call as pastor of the Spring- i / 1 of their county, urged to at-
his latest stint being: Passes Suddenly In are
the
,his past John O'Neil, pastor of Church. at University of South <
hill Baptist He attended I' '
night city: editor of the New York extends Florida, quickly let those in 1 1pI I tend. Information concerning the
Bible Baptist Church, a State College Green Cove Springs at-
until the prolonged strike I Livingstone Livingstone meeting will be announced later.
Mirror all attend'he tendance know how well versed ;
Cordial invitation to to Alabama, and Phoenix Col- : ,
hastened their plans for retirement 10 a.m Sunday School, whichis j'I lege, ,Phoenix Arizona.' Marshall Joseph Knowles, 45, he is in Florida history and especially : : ; j ...

,.A native Georgian, Paul in Victory Campaign, and Rev. and Mrs. Wade will be father of Mrs. Theresa Haddockof I that concerning Amelia Iiif" .' Alert Policeman
that he i is enjoying a re, this city, passed Island and '
writes unexpectedly St.
and Augustine.i
)oth the morning evening away '
moving to this field in the Prevents DestructionOf
the drawl and very
land of
to the at his home in Green i ;
turn 28.
worship hour, Ion April near future. i local historical group is ..
hominy grits. His column is en- Cove Springs last Thursday even.. seeking the formation of Re- House By Fire
has
Rev. O'Neil prepared special I a :1
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Notion Counter" \
"The .
titled both services i storation and Preservation Commission 'A
for 11

-<:r I sermons and 7:30 Fishier To AppearOn ing.Mr.. Knowles was a lifetime such as has been insti- r ''.,:.' According to Fire Chief Ifoyt

'It's good news that it's ,a1n\0: i.m. p.m. Jax Television resident of Clay County and was tuted at St. Augustine and Dr : Lofton, the alertness of Police
time again for the annual show employed as a mechanic at the Arnade was secured-as ; Officer Joe Leeper saved the total
'of the,Society for the Preserve laycee Civic Awards, ;I H. W Fishier, 'local attorney,: Jacksonville Naval Air Station. because. of his knowledge a speaker along './ "', 1- destruction of a home on South

tion and Encouragement of Barber Installation BanquetSet will appear on Jacksonville television Funeral was held Sunday at 3 this line. i., ',. '>th Street early Tuesday morn-
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Shop Quartet Singing in Am I Friday morning as a guest p.m. in the Hickory Grove Bap- lurJ ': '' ing.
This is one of the best en, For May 18 I Waldo Norris .. "No other state has such a long i 't .:;, While Street
rica. .on the show. I tist Church with interment following : .; .: !; ,,,_ patrolling Eighth ,
tertainments of the year witr I Fishier will tell of the Stone !i in Hickory Grove Ceme-. heritage as does Florida, said >'. :,Z; ;' ,, >" : ;. Leeper smelled smoke and literally .
the local chorus, the barber shop The Fernandina Beach Junior : Mountain Airways, Inc., which !I II tery, Green Cote Springs.In the German-born historian, as he ; t "followed hw noee* oatil'he
and quartets from Jax j joining "hamber of Commerce has named I I II cited the. periods in this state's located the fire three street
pen recently opened 'an Alpine type addition to Mrs. Haddock, he DR. CHARLES ARXADE, professor of history at the over.
in to bring you the old favorites May 18 as the date for the an- I skylift from the base of Stone : is survived by his widow, Mrs. history.He' The blaze at 5O South 5th ina
Tickets have gone on sal \ual Civic Awards and Installa. I Mountain, near Atlanta, Ga., to ;, Ella Knowles; his parents, Mr. : listed as the most exciting University of South Florida, is shown as he was presented i vacant house owned by Wilmer

and you'd better buy early. Thi-. ion Banquet, to be held in the the top. ,", i; and Mrs. William J. Knowles, all periods the first Spanish period at the regular monthly meeting of the Duncan L. Scott, was quickly brought under
will probably be a sellout. Date Tunior High Cafetorium. Fishier, D. C. Land and H. E. of Green Cave Springs; another from 1513 until 1763, the English Clinch Historical Society of Amelia Island on Monday -ontrel by the fire department

is May 11. Senator Scott Kelly, of Lake- Williams of this city'are owners J daughter; a son; two sisters; andfour I period from 1763 until 1783 and night. Dr. Arnade was introduced to the large number although the interior had already

(Continued ca Fae Six) laud, will be guest speaker, I and operators of the thrill. ride. brothers, J .,'(Continued oa Pae Two) in attendance by Mrs, Jay Barlels, presIdent. _.? suffered wwidewble daoase.I .

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FERNANDINA I BEACH 'NEWS.L AIt f RevJdmes J Ellisor !IYour. Schools And Accreditation : : t!


511 Ash STREET PHONES 3686 3631 J I

A John ii. Perry y NC\fSpa'p er (Continued from Page One") : By Hrjtistbn) Sdpd and its effectiveness, and to 1MbGcnt'ral i of Colleges and Secondary

Raj DMJwell, Editor aiiu luu:1"f: Supervisor if Education recommendations for its improve Schools, with offices* in Atlanta. V 1 0.a

; He is married to the former frr Nassau County cients." Copies of the report of There are no fees or dues asso-
\tJ''l"Anoa NATIONAL EDITORIAL I Miss Emmie Sue Brooks of Fort Much has been said 'reqentjy! ths Committee may be secured c'ated with accreditation by the a

..: '* -! CGTI Deposit, Alabama and they have about "quality education". Citizen by writing Dr. Ralph E. Page, State Department of Education, &

t ,!a d,hJ ,A :S fV :J NOSaO one son, Jackson Brooks, tta ?, from All Walks b? life have Dean, College of ,Atts and S ieh-e being a public agency. The Southern 1
ry r sears old.! Mrs EIIi or holds a de- been interested: professional educes, University of Florida, Gainesville Association!: has a r'ies stricture -

"*<' i n Pi'blV Qchool M'ls'c' from cators, community groups, lay Closely t-ed-to: and aligned ., depending! upon the numberof
ABC AUDITED PAID C1KOJLATIO.V 'Huntingdon College in liontgom- ; committees. This subject has been with quality education is a students enrolled in the accredited

Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I| ery, Alabama. She taught three of national, state and local con- much: abused and misunderstood school.:

t Fernandina Beach. Florida, *i ;econd class mail matter. !' years in th's, elementary schools: cern. In response to a request by phra e, accreditation Nassau County Pub'i? Schools,

: of Ft. Deposit Peniaeola, and Governor Farris Bryant, the 1961 Accreditation for Florida! public white and t1t'lI'ro. are each accrH- t xx

Subscription Rates: ; Rc.bel'hdale; ,:Alabama. Legislature created the Gover school is done by two differentasene'e : lIed br the St+te Department of '+ tt
$4 a year $2.25 G months $1.25 3 Months I There will bd service of Institution nor'- Committee on Quality) Edu *, one Public And one pri'Tcation. Fd'iontion Three secondary a
a
Si.50 a year out of county The of this The public rditint ..
ate
on ,SundaY May 12, at 4 purpose committee ace agency hdnlV Fern'!n-lina Beach Senior
stated in the Act 's the State Department of Educnt Tf.-o-h; Peck and
as
Callahan
HVh '
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o'clock in the afternoon Shown above is a scene from "Wf j$ $ GOT tllE AC-,
shall in this
be to evaluate th 'curriculum The lliffh Southern
on. private agency! are accerdited bv the -
Par 5h. The Rt. Rev. Hamilton "
of Florida's Public Schools i area is the SoUthsih Association AwcfeHrn of Colleges aidS TlON? starring Dean Martin and iLana Turner, showing -
Cancer Crusade To Remove West, Bishop of Florida .
City and at the Ilan Thedtre.
i will preach the Sermon. I -- -- -- -- condarv Schools. Why haven'tall Sunday Monday

", secondary schools in Nas au -- '
(Continued from Page One) I (Continued from Page One) St. Peter's Parish welcomed the County been accredited by the EVE TS7--
Rev. and Mrs. James Ellisor witha CALENDAR OF LOCAL i
I Southern Association? Sire, pri ,
Laws
Il'I. L R. Durden, Mrs. Blanche;' Authority of the City of Fernan reception last Sunday afternoonin Know Your Florida .
Lack sufficient num.bers
Durham, Mrs Emerson Fizer, : dina Beach for a 3-year term. Whitney Hall.Refreshmenh marily. of COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monday
Mrs. W. N. ) of )tldehts causing small
Galphin, ]rs. T. E.
Authorized the purging of 100 were served by R, As A Public Service Commission Chambers
Greeton, Mrs. "L L. Hall Jr., : ,' 0 Prepared Ity classes of ,Jdas es in certain
't names from the city voting registration the Executive Board of the hm-tder'ed essential. CITY Cltji I
Mrs J. P. Justice, Mrs. D. R. areas i COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30: p.m. -
Lyons, Mrs. H. R. Peterson, Sr., book as having moved ,Churchwomen, to the many persons THE FLORIDA BAR Aecreditatfdn standards aw us i i' Commission Chambers .
'
being deceased. who called to greet the new Mimi
Mrs. Cecil Pickett Mrs W. M. away or ually mmiimum( ndards.
Sweatt and Mrs. T.,E. Walters Jr. :,i Approved a Release ahd Waiver Rector and his wife. 'The past The Statewide Organization of Lawyers & Judges mum standards are seldom satis j I HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday: 10 hospital Din

Colored Citizens% Mrs. Alice of Reverter Clause by the City of presidents presided 'at ,the punchbowl e Sponsored by Nassau County Bar AssociationContinued factory td' tho e who want, and j ing; Room _
: B. t ,
and the silver coffee service. '
Fernandiiia Beach to the Theo- stand
better
Card: Yulee Mrs I L Owens: Father are wiUinsr.to.bu", SCHOOL BOARD .:,.; 1st Wednesday, after 2nd M6ndart 9SO :fm.:
Receiytngthe guests with
'ddifr II. Hernandez Post 54 ofi ( from Last Week) ; I> Because the examination of a' ards. Accreditation: js a matter .
Jr. .Calldh n Mrs.[ T. B. WeH!tl I nd nt' Office .
_
; Senior Superint ? -
S
: : and Mrs, Ellisor was ,the 't' ,, -
the American Legion and approvd title requires thorough knowledge of degf 'for each particular :I .
Jr. Hilliaid Mrs. Jf.nrrirks.. 'I i his TIlE TITLE TO REAL ESTATE j[ a e I _
; a deed; of ('oiwtJ.attee'of ,tats> Warden, Ralph Woodr and 1 of so many phases of law,1 school. The crusade goal l for Nassau' *2, 3, 4 aha4 5 of clock tf, West wife.. I A real estate title is a right \\0 I it cannot be done adequately by i I ; accredited, one High Cafetoiium :,, -.>

County \fIa' st by the unit, atajOO. Portion Beach' Casino Tract Sub'division partial or whole ownership to land 'I anyone except a lawyer. An examination barely me'ettnp' minimum stand- t \

;: The preapects for eventually -''' .. (this ploperty will ie POt-Llit;k Supper ahd Improvements upon the land. of a single abstract rrHs and! satisfied, and the other i,I P-TA MEETING, +. -. 1st Thus. 3Y -8' pm. Jr. High CafetwiumKIWANIS

skiving the cancer problem. :' the site of a new' Legion home At If you can prove your title againstall may involve evaluating a varietyof wMlinsf tor-ip ,beyond mimimumstandajdi1 CLUb Each Monday f:45 .m. .:. Seaside Inn '
p
Slated Friday the world and if it is for
'
have ten the ,
never a groat as ; here). problems such as the validityof i /, I
are today and during April, Can- I i i A petition by property ownerson North 14th Baptist ; whole ownership, it is a good divorces, the effectiveness of Why accreditation? Is accreditation | HOSPITAL AUXILIARY. 2nd Tuesday 3:% pm. -' Hospital
Control Month citizens of title. If, in addition, the evidenceor : Dining Room
car Highlands; Street, requesting I foreclosures, the' ,scope of restric- important? What good h' '
Nassau County will have ah 't plorttiHity paving on that sheet between The Training Union Depts. of proof of ownership is contained I tions, the presence of federal and it? Let us examine the importance fAYCEES Each Monday[ -- 8 Recreation Center Lounge
l to contribute to th? ]Cth and 17th was ifcad. Sanderswas the North Hth Stv Baptist Church in proper public records, it is a : state tax liens, and the effect of of accreditation the position : p.m. .

1i".t." ; instructed to file' it with will sponsor a pot-luck supper ,, good record title. Ordinarily, onlya old claims against the 1 land. I which accredited schools occupy ': LIONS CLUB_ Each Tuesday 7 p.m. -, Seaside Inn ,

Mrs. Flood ej: pi'ease* her ap- other such requests for the earliest and social at the church Fridayevening good record title is marketable. | From examining an old United ; in our system of education, and ,, ROTARY CLUB .:.i' Each Wednesday N Luncheon Seaside
When home i I <*n -
purchasing i
prwiatfon!' to the women of the possible consideration. ; April 26. a you States patent down to passing on the effect which accreditation! hs I -t.; ,

Fer a dhw! Beech Church oft I ; Dinner will be served at 7:30, should demand a "marketable" '! a deed of recent date, the prcces on the students, the school! personnel I INN ./, ,

Chrfet, under the leadership of : "There is a national lack of i followed by a social program.A whole title. Your attorney, after of examination is, at every teD, and the community as a 1 CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday ,City Commission
j jprecision ''
Mrs John I. Wflson, for j lacking tools, including a Fed cordial invitation is extended'the proper investigation, can tell you the consideration of legal problems. ; whole. The best way we can define Chambers "' '

fie ciuwide kits for the fund'' eral economy knife." -*- Gerald K. membership and general pub whether the seller is able to convey I Experience can speed up ( accreditation is tq compare i

A I dl' \'e. Young, Blakesburg (fa.) Excelsior. lic to attend. such a title to 7011. No one i the work, but attorneys almost it with the trademarks of business : WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday. Woman's Club Bldg
-- -- can advise you without a proper ) :
daily encounter new situations requiring and industry. For Instance, the
investigation. BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District G p.m. 2nd Friday
new legal research. household! shoprer who is looking ,
WARRANTY: DEC) !) Seaside InnMERCHANT'S
for quality will buy such thingsas i
A warranty deed is a simple : sheets pillow cases, towels I ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon _

conveyance plus some warrantiesor even furniture and electrical ap- Seaside Inn .* ** I
H PASSBOOK LOANSON guarantees. The usual guaran- TheNotion nliances _.by their label. Why is
tees warranties the maker CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuiday
or by | this? Because the label establishes Luncheon 12:15-:.
are: good title, freedom from encumbrance Counter Seaside Inn '' :
.
> i the quality of. the product. Why *
other than as excepted '
and possession to the buyeras BY PAUL WARWICK do those traveling thehiJ'bways BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m.2nd Monday each month
look for motel labeled "AAA"in ,
a
OUR SAVINGS LOAN PLAN YOU DON'TWITHDRAW
against all others.I which to spend the night? B- | GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd MOnday -

SAVINGS I These guarantees v are not ade I I For t h. few days, Fernan-, cause the label means top quality each month 8 p.m. '- TV Room at Recreation CenUr.'
FROM YOUR :,*\" quate protection since they are no dma Beachj gave me a pain in the! accommodations." Why is it 5m- ,....,..
'. better than the present and future I ne-k. And that's a compliment. : nortant to have accredited schools? NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARC Ii MASONS -'2nd and
,4 /; \ financial of the I 4th Thursdays ,8 p.m. -: Masonic Tewple ""-
j responsibility I During almost 15 of liv-, ,
label ofj
years Obviously because the I
BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT 5 % '% I maker. A warranty from a financially -: ing and working in New York aa,, :( accreditation' assures the public FERNANDINA TEMPLE. 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd.jnl 4th.
seller is or
: i responsible com i a transplanted Georgian, it became I
that the schools are meeting Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple- *
ahd desirable. It is not ;
(Jt ,' forting a I a feast for the ears to overhear standards which! have been accepted -
j REPAY AT ONE TIME : substitute for title examination.Title CHAPTER 55; ORDER EASTERN :
a : a rich, ripe old Southern ac as essential to the STAR 1st and 3rd Tudays-
defects have a way of lying cent. It was seldom heard outside i!I cular level of accreditation. parti-1 Masonic Temple ; : i
Ok IN INSTALLMENTS ;. I dormant for years and perplexing the
i family
\ Where ,community SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreatio Center
a buyer long after 'he has paid 'I Whenever that blessed sound ,
is
concerned, accreditation also Lounge ..
I II 5-
for the land, and after the selleris did arise in ,an unfamiliar voice, I highly desirable. This assures : .. .

YOElR110AQJIMMEDIATEY dead. '' it compelled a swift and sudden rresent and future patrons that HIBISCUS GARDEN..CLUB ,- 3rd Monday of month at 8 pm.UAGNOLIA ,

YOU GET THE FULL AMOUNT OF ( NECESSITY EXAMINATION FOR TITLE I' look around. You had to M know, the} schools are quality schools} / GARDEN CLUBs 3rd Monday of njhtha 8 Pj1".

I right: now, from whose, lips those Many times, new industry makes t
A title examination is a study smooth deep-South> phrases were 'I known its preference for accredited I ROSE CIRCLE- 1st Monday................................ 8 Iiu.

-., 'r: times of the of abstract other title of title evidence.and, some(An coming. This frequently: led 'to anew school :It. is well known that FOUNDERS. GARDEN CLUB,*-.4th Friday .......... t.... ...._.,... 3 1M.

I acquaintance and a quick this iV: an advantagehich bears e 'J't i '. kh .
PEUAlTIEf 6R : abstract of 'title is an outline of swapping of geographical: ori considerableweight! with indus- I MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday .........r..1a 8 RM.
1 'DELAY DISCOUNT l the public records relating to the I gins.It. who seeking the best < ,

: ownership of a parcel of real es- I I" didn't' happen often .enough. location triali-ts for ere new slants. They AZALEA GARIEN, eLUB "";' 2nd Tuesday ..........,,.\.t';..:."!:f"8, ... II.I

SERVICE CHARGES ; : tate.) When the abstract is completed Back here in the 'South, however want accredited schools to serve : I STITCH-A-BIT CLUB 1st and 3td Monday _......,.l........'.. ':30 PM.

,- your .attorney examines it it was different. The air the children of the top leadership_) .. 220 Lighthousesele';

: : ;' I,j carefully and then gives a written I was filled with verbal music. It which! h brought into a community .---.-...----
opinion stating who owns the took days in Fernand'na! to soothe '
wi'th.
with the new plant. I !
schools will aj :
'' I pective meet trative and supervisory staff er.
lands such defects in or charges
habit to the point where the head that
Accreditation guarantees I member: of the Florida Committee tainly, plan for them o15e. However
.f -
against; the ownership, as there wasn't jelled almost off ito hinges
certain e'uinment is provided in 1 sub I
May 17, analize the report state and regionafaccreditation ; -
[ 'rnundina Federal may be, and the steps needed to : every time a Southern accent the school l laboratories, that a certain ;
Savings make the recbrd title good. I nitted last fall and agree upon I standards are presently.
nudged its way into) your con will be avail- '
be number,of books 1 the: report which will be made to'! ing revued. After the addptiorf of
This may seem to a simple sciousness. and .
able in the school libraries, he t: Central Reviewing Committee these standards and th4,application
I operation. It is not. It requires,S The resulting pain in the neck, will be spentyearly
I that certain amount .
a date in Decent them
it later of
deed I I a usually to our sy&rem, then
interpreting numerous after four weeks, i is getting bet replenish the school, libraries i '
to ber. Will jour schools be accredited I and only then fan we :)
And wills decrees ay Ijow
Loan Association mortgages, court ter. And, to be frank, it also is a Accreditation means that ,
considering i next year? We, the adminis Nassau CoUnty School -will fare.
and instruments
other
; great pleasure to take the "TrpSof the school is meeting the requirements -- .
the sequence of time of transactions my Southern accent and let of teacher training, thus I .. ,

and events affecting the I it flow, unhampered and willy- providing the best in modern methods .- i

.. L! -. ._ -- title; and applying laws and court nilly. It is not that anyone need of eduwt'cn. Southern Asso- WE SPECIALIZE I INAutafic
------- -- -- -- --- -- ---- -- ---- decisions to the various situations
be timid abort his Southern
accent -
i I One of t series of reports by thB,newspaper and the IVd; Aciverttins Association on the advantages of print media disclosed in the abstract. :. i: in New York. Rumors to theontrarv c that;at-:on"The1adninistrft've accreditation also head states of Transmission Repairs j i
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the! people are as friendly the !svsfe"i n -(SU"4'rtntedpntaTltJ' '

James E. Skipper anl i disposed to kindness: as anywhere of the school {Principal, Headmd Broke Rebuilding WKefil l Alignment. !

I eKe.B'lt received ,
ter. fec.) hall have --- --- '
Assigned To Base i i i it is a funny thing: New -graduate degree from an institution GENERAL; REPAIRS ox141J MAKES & aiUU1GOur

Yorkers listen to and under ..
can
:
I D7 the association --- ----- -- -------
In North Cdroliha i approved -- ---' --
} i
stand without comment almost ahd the maior portion of Rcpillr: HSfilities Are The Finest.f Rest E: lqJf t4
SHEPPARD AFB Tex. Airman -; any alien accent in the world rf advanced study
vs $mr sucn Most Modern
and In /
r-5 Third Class James E. Skipper I and Lord knows there are hundreds shall be designed as reparation TownHARRELL'S
___ cis': 'of them there. A deen- .
of Fernandina Beach, Fla., up for administrpMvp and supervisory -

being rei signed to Seymour Southern accent, on the other f function This means that ,

Johnson) AFB, N. C., following : hand i invariably sets them asking for -the. "jpp f(>J is. in this county to STANDARD AUTO SERVICE '

his graduation from the United I' question, mo t' of them quite be accredited h y the Southern

Y t 4kK States Air Force technical training amiable. "Well, what part of the Association of Colleges! and Secondary South Eighth Street .

course for aircraft mechanics i South are YOU from?" is the customary ,tfhff r >fe the Superintended "Your RamMer Denier t
i And it on ? .
here. opener. goes must We a Masters degree
L' 1
; Airman Skipper, son of Mr. : from there.It ,
( with a mdjor.in school aHministratt'cn .. .
S is d (al to understateit -- .
ligh
and Mrs. Paul Obsharsky 310 '! and supervision.! This prin-

S. Sixth St., Fernandina Beach, ;' to be bark in a land where a dole ,hl1 s, applied! to Principals .

i gr4f was trained to maintain and service Southern accent doesn't attract since J917J. I -

: reciprocating engine aircraft :Inv attention. ', Accredited schools also are required rM
and aircraft systems. It also is agreeable to be backamong ,to maintain certain standards -

the arman: i is a graduate of people who understand, Qf.,f hlei' in relationship to ,

\ Fernandina Beach High School. the proper and traditional usapeof all individuals; : connected with the i
-
t M 4 --- -- "you all;" people who do't and
schools, mpju'dins employment J
think "you all" is a singular de and the BANKS 'vyft :
dismissal? t prtjcedtfres! professional ,
TROUBLE signation that might: be. addressed ethical procedures which ,
to a lone baby in its crib but ;
must be rwed.
.
who know it would be Ok for ; 'I
GETTING The philosophy of the two ac- Aren't What They ,
: twins or triplets.It ; is different.
crediti1l..a?ence3
AUTO is a phrase most maligned The State Department of Education I Used To Be Either tl!

.. i and battered, especially on radio, being a public! agency, cannot ", ,
S TV .the stare and in the movies, be Southern : 't
( as strkt as the<
INSURANCE? usually uttered in pseado-s7runr (!
Association, a private agency Today, when you step though" dur front t
tone bv ctre < who have / find such a
roan? ? *: < .1
Need SR22 Filinq and Tbe Stat 'bepartment says in e* i complet. .Gnl cf financial services they( too numerous tomenton.
been south of Weehawken.One
li.bilitv; iasarinci Ask never : sence, These are the absolute ,; ; w. hove p sparkEng line of loon iM.&i; d handsom rot.
a t youf agent to's"d year trre exrerenc! will iUns- mimimum standards that must b* i I( of Jntereif guaranteed, insured sovuigi you name It, ...d
application; ; to us if you ve trate its mystery to many: net met Tn order to haVe a school1" f try to product 1 It. jjj 3 ,t
bee cancelled lucky enough to have been born -
or reject-
The Southern Association goes Banting ""ie. hoi changed and iKt all! .
) to
tilt
good.
Wt
ed. W. can insure almost! .'and bred below the smith and opt you'll .
., Y'Iat fair rates reqardless WeQson line. A Brooklynite once further, even so' far as to set requirements stop ui and give vi a cnanc* to prove it.,. '
administrative )f1----
of driving'ec* for the I .
I Ii ord. fire theft compre- asked"Wtat me: head of the system as outlined -, .,.
Y
i makes YOUSE GUYS f .
h nsivt; aad eollit.ca; ; also above. J -'
available Premium i from down South say *you all' all about e
said
may There has been roach
Don't you rend -before you buy ? meats.bt paid in easy install. the' time 1"Trade : accreditation regarding the a5-1 ,J ,

: I I I sau County Schools. Most of
Most people generally do. ,i can always check back; the message is still \ To Agents \Ve Kill lcjjtwttd i! At Home 'talking ,were innocent in their '
Not only do they read; they cut out and show there even if jour attention is distracted i to tend ffOfiiplffe : Ignorance on this subject The i FLORIDA MCitionalllan

ads to their family and friends; they clip When you add it up print ad\'trtising-the I lit on rrqr lt. Brokerage : ''truth of the matte'is that all I

coupons for information and samples.i .. kind you read in this newspaper-makes sense Flan.EARIE. JS Assigned Risk Nassau County Publ'c Schools are I w Cf M MH M,*(tM..kthOTM( tlf Fernandina Beach

When people gee an advertisement in print, And because it measures "Up to the buying '.. accredited by the State Depart. I. "'I 0m. ,
they can compare designs featurw. tad habits of most consumers print makes sales.NEWSLEADER ment of Education. Fernandina w w

prices of nationally known products and sere W DAY & CO Senior High, Peck High, and Cal. .; -. 'C-Ul MMto***** ,
ices. (And people do compare before they.buy.. ) i ** tOl iiji lahan High Schools are weighed i.

Advertising in print is a nand'y-'thlnj. You n rmtuutc iu t. I leach year by the Southern,Assnciatiorl.

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News :1aer, Fern andlna Bea 1i, Florida' Thursday April 25, 1963 'Page Three Mrs. B. F. DicKens--- r-


Dorcas Class i .', t .:..,.:t Elected PresidentOf
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With Meets 4 Mrs.April Brannon 18 ;; Women's April meeting SocietyThe of the Wo- k

men's Society of Christian Ser-
Th 0- vice was held Monday, April 22,

Class j at Parish Hall. it? :

held Mrs. J. F. Michael, president, :
home opened with a reading and wel
D v corned the new members and
J. J. guests. t:

John The nominating committee pre
as her, sented the following slate of officers .
The who were later elected.
sided : President, Mrs. B. F. Dickens;
class t t ryo vice-president, Mrs. Michael; recording -

; secretary, Mrs. M. P.
Game; Junkin; treasurer, Mrs. John Hut- a t
cial < chins. Secretaries of departmentsare

Mrs: 4 e children's work, Mrs. R. W. t EI
ments alphin; Christian social relations,
The Mrs. Stuart Davis; literature and / :
er, publication, Mrs. J. J. Hamilton;
from local church activities, Mrs. H. S. t tr
r. .
for Luke; missionary education and

in-law service, Mrs. David Bowers, Mrs. r i,
Mrs. R. E. Phinney, Mrs. W. H. Rus 1 w
.
there. sell; promotion, Mrs. W. T. Mer- A ..l M
The zejewski; public relations, Mrs. ,: a
at the C. H. Sheffield; spiritual life, '
rick. G : Mrs. Richard Crumpler; student r
5. ix r
I work, Mrs. Raymond Wolff; supply #
Five I work, Mrs. H. R. Penton; f'r
A RECENT CRUISE TO THE BAHAMAS were Mr. youth- work, Mrs. Eldridge Partin. I

Mrs. Thomas G. Hall of Fernandina Beach and Mrs. Those on the nominating com
On P mother, Mrs Ruby E. Rice of Jacksonville. The mittee were, Mrs. L. R. Nolan,
to Nassau was made from Miami on the S. S. Bahama chairman, Mrs. John Hutchinsand

ty The of Also enjoying the cruise (below) were Tommy Hall Mrs. G. T. Butler.

Church Terry Peterson, high school students, shown at the The circle chairmen are, Mrs.
for its of the Bahama Star. The Halls also \'isited'with Fred Bond, Annie Brown Circle; '. "" :.
in Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. R. E. Gray, Myrtie Burgess '. /
with A. Syler and a. I c.
Circle; Mrs\ W. W. Stewart, Jr.,, ." .
Mrs. rs. Frank Weaver, while on the trip. .' i '
Edna Davis Circle; Mrs. W. L, "
the lro I .. Edith Flood Circle Mrs. II
: .' Lay, ;
; \:
and the .
J. Bailey, Ella Hardee Circle; .
:
.J '"
: .. I
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4/ : # Mrs. John Barniak, Bernice Lowe .
nual : | W !:'{) >lr t ti ; h'I.t Circle; and Mrs. J. W. Hiers, from 'f.I :
:: : :: Mamie Mills Circle.
Mrs. Mrs. Hiers presented a Life
Clark, membership from the W.S.C.S
Wiley I i ,. i'" to Mrs. Don Bythewood and Mrs.D. .
erling:, 0. Oxley. o, "
Chris Mrs. Dickens and Mrs. J. B.
Johns. | Thompson will attend the annual
Mrs. conference. at Daytona Beach on
prayer. Wednesday. Mrs. J. M. Bush announced QBf'z
there will be a leadership -
vn .. .
I training course May 1. at .' \.
Swaim Memorial Church from 10
I a.m. until 12 for MOTHER'S DAY and all :
Sf FLORIDA : J The meeting :
.
t1HE' S) benediction. the summery days ahead .

I ;1/r I LOOK OF SUCCESS :
your own special
Mrs. Albin .
< '
SATUItUAI'r 't'.A U \. ,'I : .. Hostess At 1 '. ..
i p Y''v l: f) Celanese Fortrel Polyester and Cotton
: i iI iI l' '", 4t Two Club to / 5 r .
4 << tj1vt Mrs. Ray so easy. care, so pretty. wear .

of the Rose HALF-SIZES 123?* TO 24*$

Mrs. Cecil Hall, .
SIZES 12 TO 20 .
were
\ Saturday .J
i iI iI :0r ,.
Albin C.
sr beach home. The ( .COOLER. ..your day after.day Fortrel poly '

!eaving for trips and cotton sheer shirtwaist in floral print stripe with tie

I y t near future.A elt, airy slim.hanging skirt Pink/mocha,greyf.gold., 14.98 _
I I handsome
roses centered E NECKLINE sheath with ribbon swirffastener
r
laid with a white frame a pretty face. Slender skirt is gored in back for S -
i I Women Plan Luncheon ty, open-face Embroidered eleffabric is a"first"in Fortrel poly. 4 :k
cakes and mints )
[ and cotton. and exclusively Martha Mannin 's!
coffee. Mrs. '"
.
For 42nd Birthday Objective sided at the only. $14.9s \

Mrs. R. E.
I The Women of the First Pres. I guests. ND CHECKS for jacket dressing that pays off ,
I byterian Church will "Travel I Members of compliments! Pmchecks for the jacket and skirt, plaid
I Anderson
Along New Roads in Latin Am. I Circle were the attached sleeveless bodice. Black, celestial blue or
I Saturday erica" when the 42nd annual ( four until six all with white. $19.98
birthday objective is presentedthe j Mrs. John
5th Birthday members at a luncheon meet- f the guests of COSTUME, the sleeveless sheath and '
ing on Thursday, May 2nd, with age" gift from
Chad Anderson was i I for a season of fashion flattery., In. inibrpidered..r .
Mrs. R. N. Alday and Mrs. Eber t ;
of honor at a birthday party Phillips as hostesses.Mrs. I New Mr.York and aboard Mrs. a "first" in Fortrel polyester Ind.otto".' and a
Saturday at his home on Manning exclusive! Black only.
19th Street. Hosts for the Morris Ground, Steward for their European $17.98 :
ship Chairman, anticipates the arrive in London,
his parents, Mr. FAVORITE...
were your figure-flatteringcoat dress :
largest attendance and offeringof j will visit eight
T. S. Anderson. the year. Circle No. III will : countries uncheon.arid-on, twinkle with sparkling buttons.

guests were escorted to the provide the big cake for the celebration I many and only, in Martha Manning's exclusive embroidered .
I Club Puppet Show and all members are reminded Mrs. Ketchum ,-a "First in Fortrel polyester and cotton. $14.98 _'
they enjoyed a morning of 1 to bring a covered dish. York by jet plane
after which cake .
Uy I with "Chad" and surround- !' A skit, emphasizing Christian Garden Club Tour PRINT..dainhflatteryin delightful eolor-l -
boat candles, was served at Medical needs in Mexico and Pio- her to all the ; for a dressy Fortrel polyester and cotton sheer voile,the ,
home. I' neer Evangelistic Work in ,Brazil [ Europe. While skirt permanently box pleated. Blue green. $14.98
will be presented by Mrs. [ visit her son, Ray
honoree received many nice I Walter Preston and Mrs. Ralph and family, now !
in remembrance of the oc I Malone. Germany. \
I
The meeting has been scheduled -i Home'p. _
the affair with the as a luncheon so all circles Camellia as .
were, Tommy Merzejew-
and interested men and women I
Installation .;
Burns, Susan Little, can be in attendance. ff'
Becker, Gene Ward, Theo With Mrs. (I S
Michael Becker, Paul I advertised :
Gail Anderson, Jennie I Home Demonstration The April '"'.
Beth Anderson, Andy Club To Hold Dress ellia Garden Club l"
Helen Gray, Alisa Jones, 'I II home of Mrs. "'
Revue In HilliardThe I In
I Forehand, Russell::; Schrantz, I with Mrs. H. L. ,
1 1r 1us
.: Jones, Chip Clark, Nancy I Fernandina Beach Home I Mrs. Thomas J.
and Lynn Clark. ing as cohostesses.Mrs. _
Demonstration Club met Thursday !
assisting the hosts were, I l lConference D. A.
for its April meeting in the
Thompson, Miss Gail Room of the Recreation president, GLAMOUR
:
1 Mr. Robert Gray and Flet meeting. Mrs. R.
Center, with Mrs. Carl Quat- !
".
) '' chairman of the
tlcbaura president, presiding.
I ..mittee, reported r r
A talk on the County Dress Re-
of the world thinks Uncle ,
-=j decided that this
III I I Sam is the loan ranger." ; rue, to be held Friday, April 2Cj: clubs would 4I4F ) I .
---- --- -- ". I t! at the Masonic Hall in Hilliard.jcipation, I in a civic

; with both women and 4-H Girls project in place of ., .
The plan met
participating, was given by Mrs. _
( I iof club: members d.
Just Arrived | Quattlebaum who also demon-
| give it their : iji"J'Li'I
j strated ways to make various use- i Representatives '
ful and fancy decorations. club will form a
WIDE SELECTION I Following the meeting, Mr. I j' work with James I c'.1
Wilkinson gave a demonstration final and detailed ,
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Social with the Kirby Vacuum Cleaner, : project.
StationeryNOTES after which delicious refreshments j Miss Louise ( ? S
were served by the hostess, ed Hal Belcher, 1' -

'l GIFT CABINETSThe I Mrs. A. J. Moore. birds most in interesting Florida, _: liU\ I _

I I'Meetings ies of color slides. g
Finest In Writing Papersby ScheduledFor Mrs. Henry J. +
Churchwomen stalled the officers i t A. S. Allan's
White & Wyckoff and Montag 64 year. They are, A 4.

Beautiful Pastel Shades Of St. Peter's Parish T.Mrs.W.D.Oliver A. Jr.; jl ATLANTIC AVENUE

: The Executive Board of the

We Also Have A Large Selection qf j Churchwomen. of St. Peter's Par- : R.Mrs.J.L Breslin.E. Sellers Mrs.; r fr
.. r ish will meet Friday evening, I
High Count Bargain Stationery from the
". April 26 in Whitney Hall at 8 passages
Francis of Assissi in
o'clock. All officers, chapter chairmen
officers with
"'' and committee chairmen are new

LEWELLEN'S I asked to be present. served Delicious by the <
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The regular Quarterly meeting ', Sellers prizes were and Mrs.won '. ,' .;. >\.>}{, ,,/- ".I'-.. :..... /,.........
ATLANTIC AVENUE PllONE 261-4147 of all the Churchwomen is scheduled -
:; 6822 b.6820 141142 d 61033 ..6821, f. 6823-' '- ,
'I for Monday evening, April Sale Not x. ; '_' ,
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ra ire Four New Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday) April 25, 1963 v \ i: or "re> r.r, (Prepare "fa tne t. worn*

Miss Montgomery To Wed I T Delegates Attend ing for e.eningmeal for a really
HD delicious dish). When ready to
County Council School Food ServiceMeeting
Engaged To Wed In August !. cook preheat broiler and place
Dress Revue Set The engagement of Miss Louiser P"""" -- "": .-. -'-- In Miami I scallops Iin< marinade) under heat
e
Florence Montgomery, to Leslie 4 and )broil until side,
brown
:' 4: on one
Friday At Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. James Beck rt James Story, son of Mr. and Mrs. !? Mrs. Jennie Courson, Mrs. Lor- ; then' turn and broil other side

I Thompson announce the engagement L. M. Story of Chicago, lllirois. } ena Franklin, Mrs. Helena Skip. !
The County Council of Home of their daughter, Katherine is announced by her father, C A. per, and Mrs. ,Marie Crosby at. DEVILED SCALLOPS
Demonstration{ Clubs will present Louise, to Homer Lee Knearl 1 '
,
son
Montgomery of Atlanta, Georgia. 1 tended the 1963 State School Food I :
a Dress Revue on Friday, ,April of Mr. and Mrs H. L Knearl of Miss Montgomery is the sister : 1 quart Florida scallops
: Service Association held last weekat
26, at 1 p.m. at the Masonic Hall: Stamford, Connecticut. : ": *.- cup butter or margarine
of Mrs. R. W. and has .
a
I Galphin j ;: the Deauville Hotel in Miami
ll, mustard
It' ",in Milliard.( I I Miss Thompson is a graduate I made her home here with Mr. and ; Beach. t teaspoons prepared
Miss Helen Holstein District 4 teaspoon salt
of Fernandina Beach School Mrs. for of
High Galphin a number ; v. The convention is held annuallyto
Agent from Tallahassee, .Is ex Y 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
peeted to attend. It is hoped that II I Emory-at-Oxford and Emory 'j years I bring school cafeteria personnelup I dash Tabasco sauce
University. She is employed by The to the latest trends in
bride-elect
Miss Carol Bailey, who was graduated a : date on 1 hot milk
was presented I cup
a trip b? the state to represent I the Logistics Management Insti- from Fernandina Beach High this field, which is done through buttered bread crumbs
tute in Washington, D. C. School in 1961. i. demonstrations aad I
Upon graduationshe study ,
Florida J groups
at the. National I Chop scallops, heat and pour in
Mr Knearl is a graduate of '. exhibits.
received the tl oman s Club
In for her
Chicago
rlothi
meeting Edina-Morningside High School, Nassau I baking dish. Beat softened butter,
Foundation County cafeteria
Housing
Scholarship' > per-
i'! will arrive in I
project, time to 1
Minneapolis, Minnesota, and the c. creaming in mustard, salt, Tabasco -
and sonnel the
attend the Revue. ; \ is presently a junior at Flor are all members of
1 Massachusetts Institute of Tech ida State University in Tallahas association.Mrs and Worcestershire S3ut'e.dJ
The Women's Dress Revue will '
nology. He is presently a studentat to scallops and pour on milk. Cover -
OreJa Van Landin ham
be:i r.esented first followed the fi.of !
> by and
with buttered bread crumbs
the Georgetown UniversityLaw see.Mr. ; .
puval succeeds Mrs.
girl- Story was graduated from ? :'A,'' : ; County
Center and is employed at bake in moderate oven 350 Deg
'
I Skipper Director of III
Region
4 the University of Illinois in 1961 < :??' a.s
the Washington Patent Operations F. 20 minutes. Serves 6.
CARD OF THANKS I and is working on his Ph D, at .. for 19631965.
International '
of Business
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Thank you for tHe many acts Machines.An Florida State. .:;> ..::1' J

of kindness being shown my1' wife, August wedding is planned. H l The wedding will be an event morial Methodist Church. All Seafood RecipesOLD Trade At Home

I Suzanne. Delmar, during her illness of Saturday, August 31, in Me friends and relatives are invited. "

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_:... (signed) George Delmar TEL Sunday School "Open House" Sunday Junior APALACH OYSTER PIE

High-Lights Make a thick, rich, biscuit
Class Presents At New PastoriumFive dough. Set aside. Fry two slicesof

Points BaptistOpen / BY JANICE SWEAT bacon until crisp. Remove, and
Womanless Wedding in drippings saute' 1 small, mine
House will be held Sun- Hi! Many of the students are s I I ed onion, and 1 small chopped 7 1
The T.E.L. Sunday School Classof ;
', day, April 28, at the new pastors hard at work preparing term papers green pepper. Crumble bacon
Spnnghill Baptist Church presented :,, of the Five Points Baptist Jr.-High Elementary ?.. .e for tsome of f ; Place in a shallow, greased bak-

'. Womanless Wedding at Church. The new home {is located LUNCHROOM MENU'S r f.$i' the classes1. They ring dish 1 pint standard oysters.
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the church recently, followedby on first St., jU3t off Palm, at APRIL 29. MAY 3 ;. are doe May 1, Sprinkle half: the bacon, and thee
Five Points. i j'\. : ,' -o students b H! j onion-pi een pepper mixture over
covered dish and
a supper so- Monday: Hamburger / bun, let- Lr!
.w w The congregation and all church.riends sure to have i oysters. Season with half of they 1
auto claim service cial hour. and tomato salad, frozen '
( are cordially invited to I" Joqrs ready bathen. following;
-largest national Participating in the weddingwere call during the hours of two and limas, potato chips, apple 1 tablespoon minced parsley

; claims network. H, J. Mobley, Bobby Little, four o'clock in the afternoon. and H pint milk. I Mr; The Home Economics 2 teaspoons salt II I
Tuesday: Chicken croquettes I
Contact Max Bass, B. T. Swords, Bud shed *.. }! girls .are *4 teaspoon black pepper
: me today potatoes w/gravy, butter-
Pope, Bill Wacter, Mallory Wilder Thompson StudentsTo corn, temptation salad on let- t::; really having Jfc teaspoon paprika
and Lawrence Walker. uce leaf, rolls and butter i i'v. trouble.sewing. dash cayenne pepper, 4
straw- MISS AMERICA
; Give RecitalsThe ; their 'skirts. It juice of 1 lemon
iJ I cake, and 'i pint milk. b Youth and beauty
James Rowers CARD OF THANKSI seems that they Put in another layer ((1 pint) r are captured (n
Wednesday Hot o'
JtJanticvp.. elementary school studentsof : dogs/buns, rip out sewing twice for every- oysters, and cover with the re- this 17 1'ewelcatch
wish to :, piano of Robbie Lee Thompson > beans, cole slaw, fresh fruit time they sew. and e with beautiful
-- -ti Phone 261-3982 express my appreciation maining onion, pepper, sea. I
: : W to m/ many friends for their.I will be presented in recital Monday -, chocolate chip cookie, and The boys which take Shop have sonings. Add 1 tablespoon melted s 1 matched expansionbracelet J15,75 '
: pint milk.Thursday .
e. visits cards and flowers while I April 29, at 7:30 p.m. The
I really been turning out some ; butter. Put out the biscuit dough
1 sun rr confined to our I local hospital and I junior high and high school pupils I : Baked ham, cheese beautiful woodwork which I am to cover the baking dish. Slash in .
SJATE FARM MUTUAL Baptist Memorial Hospital in I will be presented Tuesday, May macaroni, blue lake green I. several knife i
with
AiiIG1t IlISWft'Compan, sure required hours of hard: work. places a to release -
.,"' .',Spina. emu:abofdaalw, &aois ua Jacksonville I 7, at 8 p.m. Both recitals will be ,i apple, celery and raisin The patrol is in, the last steam. Bake in hot oven, 9ya
Hi -, \ (signed) Howard Hildreth. held at Memorial Methodist I rolls and butter, % orange, parations for their bus pre-to 450 Deg. F., for 30 minutes, or.
I _n__ ___ Church.All I J2 pint milk. trip until biscuit topping is nicely ,
Silver Springs 4. Mr. Po
on May
parents, friends and music I. Friday: Fish sticks (Tartar well reports there will be ten browned. Serves 8. I
lovers are i invited! to attend. ), celery sticks, parsley I
po SCALLOPS IX CAMPFIRE
I chaperons accompanying the boys .
: Ilan Theatre : buttered peas and carrots: who are now anxiously awaitingfor 2 pounds sea scallops I I l .
I i William T. Russell! and butter, cherry cobbler, Slay 4 to come. % cup butter

I : j % pint milk. Little .\\' 1 cup chopped mushrooms or 1
Receives Commissions omen are sponsoring<; a I
: Phone 2Gl-4549 D.. W. Roberts, Mgr. can button mushroomslime .
Sock
Hop today (Thursday) after O
I & Sunday Matinees Al 2:30 One Show : Second Lieutenant "Here's where some of our tax I
: Saturday -. e school in the gym. The admissionis I juice
goes: A government bu I only 25c. The King and 1 salt, pepper, paprika I
Queen
| LACKLAND AFB, Tex. has just spent $1,400 and 300 I '.
:. Saturday Wash and Place 6
Friday I dry scallops.
nominations, to be voted at : JET CLIPPEI
I upon
r
Wi\Ham Russell of hours to determine that the Y .
| ( Fernandina
; the hop, are, Dorothy' Jean Pic-j i scallops on heavy aluminum foil i 1 Rugged as all out.
,
: and The Miracles Beach, Fla., has been commissioned e man's posterior covers I I t .
"Samson 7 I kett and Lee Godwin, Susan Forehand i' squares. Top with mushrooms. doorslWattrproof ,
1'l -
a second lieutenant in .the United square inches and exerts an Sprinkle with salt, and 2 self.wind. /
., and Mason Bean, Karen pepper .
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L i : :: : of The World" I \ pressure' of .92 pounds i i!I Brewer and Mark Bean, Jean En- teaspoons lime juice. Wrap good, ,I'.' ant.lag, shock Luminous.resist* ":

< ; er square" inch. Enlightening in-! tzminger and Steve Seville, Jo pushing out any air from pack- to: .... Sweep second. 17 '
Frank P. Hill, : I I N jewels. Also with
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I 'ages. Place in hot coals at edge ; / 0
i Tyson and Chipper Hall Margaret
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IN COLORSCOI'E 6 r hoka (Tex.) Lynn County .of fire. Bake 30 minutes. To f1/. charcoal dial. ..
J I, I Harper and Bubba Williams, I I $3985
I :
I':' Also er"S and Helen Jacobs and Harry i serve, slash foil in a cross at top l; : :.. ,. '. I::\ I .l : "

: i i I Mills. I| with sharp knife, Have a baked Ii.W"M.:::..:,...... .. .. "Is" :t".l. .
"Guns of The Black Witch"DON 'MEMORIAL DAY I Ii
i
I Last Wednesday the seventh potato, green salad and dunking COME IN AND SEE OUR

: MEGOWAN EMMA DANIEU i a lonely hill, today I and eighth grade physical educa ': sauce to go with scallops. COMPLETE IUIOVA SflfCr/ON-i

J I children bringing flowers. tion girls performed a tumbling I! GARLIC- BUTTER SCALLOPS FROM $24.75
: COLORSCOPE
IN
_. I j for a bride, or a festal, gay I show in assembly. 'I I
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tt for a joyous token, they; See you next week. Melt % pound butter and add ROBISONJEWELRY

Sunday -' Monday kr ..J I : | for a wreath on a grave to I I' to it: 2 large cloves garlic, peeled
.J.j lay, "If the Pilgrims had placed inordinate and sliced, 1 teaspoon onion salt,
I "Who's\ Got The Action?" .j.; I j: children come with flowers. value on old age, pensions % teaspoon freshly ground black
I t and unemployment insur-I pepper, and, 2 tablespoons tarra-
DEAN MARTIN LANA TURNER '>1 i sun shines softly warm, today ance, none of them would have;"gon vinegar. Pour this marinade i ATLANTIC AVENUE

IN TECHNICOLOR I made the trip on the Mayflower." :: over 2 pounds scallops, which I Pikes plus tai
children come with flowers. Dean M. Worden, Brookfield|'I have been washed and dried. Let When.. case,crystal and crown art Intact. _
I I on a cold, grey stone to .(N. Y.) Courier. i stand i I in refrigerator :30 minutes
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States Air Force upon graduation I I lay,
\ sleeps a lad who was
from Officer' Training
'

I ([areer (u'b i School here.Lieutenant. Russell was selected' blithe war-drums and gay beat, and he This "' BV

marched
"I for the training course through I II away,
way from love and flowers.
examinations with
I competitive I ; Sensational HELD OVER Public
other college graduates. He is be- 'birds sing muted songs today,

: ing reassigned to Biggs AFB, children bring their flowers. '
I '
i Tex., as a military procurement i }" trill a whispered roundelay, Offer DemandS
sy; I officer. leaves scarce rustle as they
The lieutenant, son of Mr. and sway.
Mrs. William H. Russell of 810 I
soft clouds, hovering, seem toI
"" ''4 The I Atlantice.., Fernandina Beach, I stay ,

:: Ta received his B. ). and M, M. degrees I weep above the flowers.
d dloo
from the College of William -!
: and Mary,'Williamsburg, Va. J softly, gentle wind, today -

He is a member of Sigma Phi ; .
Epsilon, !' children come ,with flowers. ONLY

I on an honored grave to
I
F .! James H. Keller I lay that I
: perfumed homage
I
( ; Completes Guerrilla I j! pay $ .95
I valor, sleeping till the day
Training Course angels come with flowers

aYk : Herbert Luke.
r Y FORT HOOD, TEX (AHTNC)
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Armadillo, rattlesnake or raccoon -

II I might have been on the menu Soil ConservationThe

,+ t Et .I for Army Sergeant First Class
James II, Keller, 39, son of Mr.
t .r Callahan I The number of black

Y I' I fingerlings ever delivered by
I caught one.Sergeant. I Department (Fish and Wild-
tl other Service the Nassau Soil'
II Keller, with : ) to
&t, members of the 2d Armored Division ;I District arrived last f.rr .

I recently completed seven ; Those landowners who had ,="-
tfT weeks training in guerrilla fighting I I that their lakes or farm '<.-,

1 a and survival techniques on a r I be stocked were the recip
., special reaction course at Fort I Many of these same lakes L'.1, _

Hood, Tex. I ponds were stocked with I '
The soldiers spent a week on ), : last fall. iiaw- J
the in fhours One after these bass
f course turns. The () i i| year are
training included bridge demo- : in the water, the ponds '

lition, cliff climbing, hand-to- be ready to be fished. By I "- S :v1)I)
hand combat and survival techniques : time the bass and bream will I I'r' c

I like catching dinner.A j*! spawned, providing many I :
fish. The older bass will T T'S 'f:
__ platoon sergeant in Company i I .
j AI U of the 50th Infantry's 1st Arm- I II up to li' pounds and the I ,
jl' =
l'' ored Rifle Battalion at Fort Hood, i will weigh 6 to 8 ounces, I '4: o
I 4. nval Keller entered the Army in 1942 i the pond water is in o y

\ ..o yd and was stationed at Fort Ben- condition. I'

ning, Ga., before his present as- Moray Harrell, conservationist
signment.The I Nassau Soil Conservation di5-

: whose wife recommends that bream be ,
f ; sergeant, Polly,
I lives {in Killeen, Tex., attended at the rate of 500 per

.1.w Briitovv High School in Bowling acre for non-fertilized I '
Yowl lave admiring lances whfcn! you \rear one of Green, Ky. and bass at the rate of 50

-r Truvals New Dimension contour tapered sport ,[I surface acre. This rate has

shirts. These shim are scientifically designed to fit "A small town is where you '!' to be best for most lakes. JOHNWOODYadsIS6.30 SUBURBAN
bass bream placed
chat for an hour the many or
can over
'g
= snugly yet give you freedom of movement. Available '
phone even when you get the I'. a pond upsets the natural bal. 3061LLONCAPdCff'f PROPANE
:I = in a variety of authentic hy models. Choose yours wrong number.." I i in the fish food supply in
: today! ic water. This results in less

j I fishing. GAS SERVICE

People Do Read Even I j I ponds included those USUUTEDlOYEARWARRAm
n PARTIN'S I. local citizens L. G. Geiger, 7 S. 7th Ph. 261-3661
The Smallest Ads
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,
.T e Goodbreak, E. B.. Phillips,
..... In The Ne", .Leader. II I I L. Smith, W. P. Wright, Frank

*' Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4241 You Are I. ; : National, Hampton Container Walker' Corpora as well : : S e' _

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'News-Leader, Fernandina 'Beach, Florida ..:.. Thursday;, .April 25, 1963 .. Page Flyd

At The Churches St. Michael's Guild Installs Officers At Annual Dinner ---- -- '.41_ _

ida. Gotinefl of 100 begin< to plan
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I FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy for the fair., Then, thej FloridaWfcHd'3
FIVE POINTS BArTISTcnuncii 7:30 pJu. ._ ... Evening Service '
i Fair Authority, Und r appointment
I Prayer meeting Wednesday -
'
i J. W. Kern 1'astor 7:30 W. L. Stensgaard, Executive leisure living] home with .patio J i by Governor Farris
p.m.NOR1'II Ye R tb lar Director Florida World's Fair i and I i pool beautiful colorful and Bryant, teek over. .. .
9:45: a.m. __.. Sunday School) I ,
11:60 Am. Morning Worship iJth STREET Authority I expensive. It will be furnishedin I By April 22, 14, the openingdate

6:30: p.m. _._ Training Union I IM'lIST CHURCH a a 6 t "Showmanship in selling pays : the most modern bf abpoint- millions of man hours will

7:30 p.m. :....... Evening Worship Rev. Ran Humphreys Pastor aff" is an old saying which has :I mehts and will bfe the background I have been devoted to creates the

Wednesday\ prayer service 70( 9:45: a.m.-.._... Sunday School ,! been proven in Florida. I against which Flsnda fashions i greatest of ail Fldrida shows', designed
will be displayed in continuous
pm. 11:00: a.m. _.-.- Morning Worship : When to Florida I I to do the biggest selling

7:00 p.ra _......,..__. B.T.I) r t people come I showing. I
8.00 Evening Worship they see and enjoy the things : All of this will be seen in the job in the state's fabulous history
ST. MICHAEL'S! CATHOLIC p.m j'i they have heard and read about. i I
CIIUUCH 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services That's why 4,500 families a month !r foliage that is so tropical, so typical II I -- -

1 Sunday Mass __,...,*_ 2nd, 4th Wednesday. and many industries move to ; of Florida. The Florida: Chapter I i

Sunday ...,_,..,, 7:10: am Yi T? TH I a t : ,Florida, making It the second ; of the American Society of 1

Sunday Mass ..._... _._._.. 1st, 3rd FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD < fastest growing state in the na- l Landscape Architects is assisting, :: 1I I use
Rev. E. .\. .
Lewis 1'astor
6lh Sunday? 11:30: a.m. l lk tion. 1I
I I in the design and planning of the
Daily __..__..:'......._.._ R a.m. I, 10:00: a.m. _.__ Sunday Schoo: e tr5 Bat what about the millions i site so that visitors to the area I WANflkADSJ
_..._
: Service
Saturday _..... Convent i 11:00 a.m. Wonh-p
Chape1
who" have not seen Florida? They i will walk through three acres of
6'10= ,Communion in 6:30: p.m. C. A. Youth Services [
Convent (
I :are our hew customers and citi- i Florida transplanted to New
I 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service
6:30 P.M. __ Young .
People' i A$ zens. They must be told and sold York.
Thursday mid week service -
Meetine.FER.VANDIVA!. 7:30 1M.Ifit : in a tough market. We are faced i i More than a year ago, the Flor-

'* -{( *pan* r. o eta s' with a continuous selling_ job. I -

REACH CHURCH That is why the New York I IWorld's
OF CHRIST PINE GROVE BAPTIST e i! Fair in 19&4-65 affords al

Hubert Gibson Minister CHURCH I great opportunity for Florida] because I C

Bible Study ....__ 10:00 A.M Rev A. Z. Kniht, Pastor will
70 million
people go
Service __ Sunday School :..__ 9:43: : a.m. INSTALLATION DINNER APRIL 17 Seated from left, Miss Helen Griffin, president
WomVp 11:0 A.M. to see and learn at the greatest
Evening Service ..,.....*__ 7 p.m. Morning Worship .___ 11 a.m Reverend Father William Holmes and Mr: Pet S.1lrnfJ'"it'oDr ident, Stand- entertainment and educationalshow "

Wednesday Bible Studv 7:30 p.m. Training Union 7:00 p.m. ins, left to right, :Mrs Frank :Mayer, treasurer, :Mrs. D. B. White, Chaplain, :Mrs. William in history.In .

Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. Green, representative> Mrs.! Charles h
f CHURCH OP r.OIJ! Wed. Night Prayer secretary, and Mrs. 'Eugene Darche, vice-president of the St. Augustine Deanery. acres on Meadow Lake, Florida I SALES AND INSTALLATION "

Cor. 4th and Cedar Sta. Meeting 8 p.m. 1 r. will present to at least 18 million i
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RlrL.. Marvin Johnson, Pastor Wednesday: persons one of the greatest and ; LQVEQUlsfr

Phone 261-3807 7:45: ___ Prayer MeetingBIBLE CHURCH OK GOD-OF St. Michael's Catholic Women's most competitive attractions for I PORTER & : _

1000: ( am. ....._.. Sunday School off TT tV PROPHECY Guild held its annual installation 180 days in both 1964) and 1965 i Color Center :.::

'1:00 a.m. ........ Morning Service J BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. H. C Drury} Pastor dinner at the Seaside Inn on (Jt. I (mid April to mid-October each
429 South 6th Street llCtiEVjli 8th St. At fire Points PJifne 2f 106S
Y' E. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m. woo a.m. ..___ Sunday School) April 17, .with Reverend Father year) j I Paints Wall Par
her John O'.N'eil, Pastor ( Downs Carpet Valspar -
) Never before at world'sfair : .
-T --- -- 11:00 a.m. _...Morning Service William\ J. Holmes opening with any ,
Sunday Services: 7:30 Evangelistic Service prayer. has the public seen a Florida .-"
p.m. -- -- - -
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: 10:00: A.M. __... Sunday School] live porpoise show, but the public ; ;
W.M.n.
"SEE C. B.'Pefo' 11:00: A.M. Morning Worship : Mrs. Eugene Darche, vice-presi- ly SILL PiNNEY will for the first time at the

6:30: p.m. .......................__ B.T.U. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young I dent of the St. Augustine Deanery New York's World's Fair see such ,w: ': : ;:"';" ..::' .: "': v\ '
People was guest speaker and installed The Florida House passed! and I : : : *. 1 : ::1 :7. )
:
Men's .'. .
7.00 PM. Prayer-Service ',
: show. A rant! pool and stadium, 'tJ' x
INGRAM"FOH \ I fafa ok the officers for 1963'64.The sent to the Senate a bill requiring -1 a t ."
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7:30: p.m. Evening Worship FIRST \PTLST CHURCH newly installed officers children to be less than a i seating 1.600, will present( 10 ; Jr.ei.U"UbVe're '
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.. Tuesday! : Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor month shy'of six to enter first : shows daily.
:
Miss Helen Griffin
are, president;
7:00 p.m. __ Visitation Our state also will have a large, YuruhJkeak
\ Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. Mrs. Pete Schuiling, vicepresident grade. ,
Real: Estate fit wua 11:00: A.M. I ; Mrs. S. L. Rowland, secretary In the past mothers could leg- attractive, air conditioned Exhibi- :' .. .... .... .
SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL feet
GOOD tion Hall with 25,000
Life Insurance I CHURCH 8:00: P.M. ; Mrs. Frank Mayer, treasurer ally put half the burden of a braton of devoted to elaborate square and

Retirement Income Sunday School 9:45: A.M. I ; Mrs. William Green, repre teacher if the child would be space \ as near as your telephone, !
Neil I. Cray; Vicar I action exhibits telling
........ six Jan. interesting whenever need first aid items
Training Union ... .6:45: P.M. sentative; Mrs. Charles Harrison; by 1. you ,
Communion I Florida education industry,
health & Accident 3:50: a.m. Holy about ,
Morning Prayer Prayer Service _..r... Wednesday parliamentarian; and Mrs. D. B.I It was reported that too many agriculture] sports, attractions ; sickroom supplies
hospitalization 7:30 P.M White, Chaplain. kids were failing to maintain
.
'* and tourism.A I
Major Medical TABEIXACI.EPTIST Circles and the chairmen are: passing grades. Which means: that citrus tower, which probablywill !i ii

Disability Monthly Income CHURCH ST. PETER CLAVER'SCHURCH Miss Helen Griffin, Sewing Circle too many parents couldn't do be seen by 700 million per- !i ntiwar ..
their home work for 'em. .
M i Amelia Road Phone 211-3187 ; Miss Jennie Pikula, Our Ladyof sons in three years, will be the

LLBINSURANCE i Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th Dolors Circle Mrs. Tom Lan- It's admirable for a kid to landmark of the Florida site. The YSICKROOMS We're always well stocked -

Sunday School ................ 10 a.m. I Sunday 7:30: a.m. Our Ladyof; The Immaculate want to grow up and be like Mom tower will project liO feet into s' with all the
I Sunday Mass. .2nd, 4th non, and Pop. And from what know the air and giant about supplies
Morning Worship ...-........ 11 a.m. Heart Mrs. Charles Long, a orange
Phone 261.5269 I Evening Worship ...____ 7 p.m. Sunday 11:30 a.m.FIRST Our Lady ;of Lourdes; Mrs. Math- about a lot of parents the e tads 18 feet in diameter, will be at the ,, and equipment that

I Wednesday Service _....._ 7 p.m. W W 'w ias Fiala Our Lady of Fatima who flunk the first grade are on ton. The triangular shaped tower i might be needed in the
;
___ h __ __ __ __ ----- PRESBYTERIAN : the right track. will be ill urinated, and "FLOR \ :
and Mis. Ken Jorishie, Our Lady; ) event of illness.
f CHURCH of The Rosary. !i Another bill affecting first IDA" tvlfl, be rpHed out in large \ .

Rev! John Dozier, Pastor grade failures could have playedhob letters on each side. Constructionwill r
The dinner was concluded with I with the age six limit. But it begin ;soon, and the tower ,I PRESCRIPTIONSFIRST :
Worship Services; _11:00 A. : The Pledge and Prayer to Our died before word got out. Some will be completed by early fall. I ri ,
DISTillED WATER Sunday School 9:45: A.M'I Lady of Good Counsel. I I I AID ITEMS'
talked beautiful circular exhibit
Youth Meetings 6:00 I bills are to death. Whispers Other ,
killed this one. buildings 'will to float on .
appear
: SICKROOM SUPPLIES
1 '* '* :
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN I Rangers Attend I Some joker introduced a "backto the waters of the lake and. will be .I

sch'ool' bill. It would have required connected by a "Brid e to the 1 DRUGS, SUNDRIES

/2 GALLON (No ) 35c CHURCH I 26 Wildfires every adult to resume edu- Keys. running front the porpoise
Deposit
-
Amelia City Near Intersection In TwoAlecks cation where they left off. Legis-t I stadium to the homes area. I :0r

AU lators were, under the bill, classed In Ihc.bo1I1ei area, visitors may

I I A. F. Cerbhardt Pastor Olin D. Mercer, Nassau County : as adults. I inspect 'a modern"' Florida-type retirement : PHARMACY .

( 5 GALLON (Deposit Dottle) $1,59ATLANTIC I d:00: a.m. Morning Service Ranger, reported 20 wildfires, I I .* Jiontef, completely fur- i NASSAU 1

9.00 a.m. Sunday School burning 450 acres, were attended i "Rude, poor people are called nished ta<\ifiow how comfortable !I .

'* b/ forest ranger daring: the past impolite. Rude, rich people are living can b& Next To Humphreys Memorial Hospital' ..

,, ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL two weeks. This: brings the num called eccentric." The glittering gm will be a
attended January -- --- ------ -- ;-- -- --,,..--- -- .- ---- ------ ---- -
CHURCH ber of fires since ; -7 ; =

HARDEE &osGIl Lay Leaders : 1st, to 71.

Paul Burns, George Lawrence, Total acreage burned this yearis ('thenliinutes count. it can use-and not a nickel wasted! Choose from.
.
Ralph Wood 614.5. Crown Extra,Crown,Economy Crown.Each famous f

Il AVENUEShhEi's .... and Sermon
7:30 a m. Litany
110:00: a.m. ?.. Morning Prayer andSermon 'PUBLIC NOTICE S STANDARD STANDS OUT for long-running mileage! dependable performancqf '

... top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the .. ,

---- ---- I ......_ Church School RESOLITIOV NUMP.CR :336 Get wide-awake Standard
- -- - 11:15 a.m. ? WIIEiiEAS, the majority of the City Split-second action,blazing go-go-go! That's Dixie'smodern gasoline that fits your.car. ,

i Classes ComuosMoners of the City of teinun- service that make the most of car
helps.you your
of work and play.And you'll keep Ui>- .
7:30 p.m. ..... Adult Journey In i din i<..cii, Florida, are desitLiu ilobtl.ining pace
Swap Shop I Faith Classes s a>stein munkipal within natural its cotparuie gas distribution when you use today's Standard gasolines, designed andyourmoney.Standard gasolines are the South'stopselling

i Thursday Litany and Bible Study i hunts and it environs, and for this stop-and-go grind! Whatever car you drive, favorites.Just one try will tell you why! :

511 SOUTH[ 8th STREET 7:30 p.m. I lin'ipjry WHEREAS: work ail in connection necessary; therewith and pre. there a Standard gasoline that. gives all the power STANDARD ,OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) :

nas been fuay completed including, I .
but not limited to ti.e fallowing: f
DEALER FOR MEMORIAL METHODIST:
NOW
I (la) An allocation of natural gas ,I tr
CHURCH from UiC Itxleral Power Commission''
John'L Jones, pastor I fur our proposed municipal gas 1 isietn }- '
DOZIER film GAY PAINTS has been secured and approved;. H
:'I, 10:00 a.m. ___ Sunday School I. to tffect this enj, very lei:gtuy pcti .

"NEST 1'OU THE SOUTH" 11 00 am. _.... Morhing Worship i lions lagtcn aaJ, -D.he.lrinisEre C., and written held tcstu.u-ny in Wash ,

tinc-tvote White t li:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Programs- 11 great lengui; was taken before the .
Latex or ... federal Power Commission under the
.-' Flat Wall $3.b: gal. Enamel $:::>.50 gal. I Natural I -.as> Act and the Commission, I
1:30 p.m.: _, Evening Worship RUts at:J proofv as made that the
Semi-Chws J High i Gloss I lily cf reiaaniau: leach wished to

Enamel $3,95 gol. Enamel l 5: -.00 gal.Write I nave that a lernamiuu municipal natural Beach's gas plan system.was,

i engmeeriiifcly: and economically fea. f
I sM/e: ; that the cost df ,the proposed .
and Colors' m
project \\QUid be amortized solely
hum earning: and that the estimatecf
CrushesRollcts Scrapers its let operating profits was valid '
S '
and in turn bal>OO upon accurate e.u- ft
males of the number of prospective ')- '' t.
PAINT JOB .
FOR THAT
EVERYTHING YOU NEED '
'
customers for the municipal natural .w : t.J. ,.
I'I I gas system and of tie expense in S :p ; .
operating it. In addition to the fore ..,.T .
t __ j
tl,.. '
--- going many other problems badJ: : .
"
be resoled all of which were con \:
cuicled in laver cf; the City .of Fernan
dina leach.b : ( : T f :
( ) commitment has been secured $iiiJ u : < : ;
Patio from the Housing and Home Finance :
Win A Complete Agency to finance this system upontacettit j r "A" .
'Cates solely o
[e\ secureu > t1.. '
a p edge of all ar {Mtt of tfte revenueor # y1 1.t
: income derived from tie operation = ,' ... ,. .., .
at Uu: project. The City &h. U not ui a ;. .. .
\ in the c. : any wry be oUi;jted by any form of .. oI. .
< rJl"
: .
: Uivation; and bnull ttese certificates ."' '-'" :
I not ui -.ftoay constitute an indebted ,;:
"'
Ill,,:; or utilisation of the Cit). cO
( to I All engineering wore, indadiog: rpi
KEDS ': detailed: plans nd specifications have
ue.so been ;. f e:.. fv to be recemd on the 7th U S
d.y of" M*>.,1963:. ,*
(d) A great deal of time and money F .
':. have been spent in developing this
CONTEST. project 10 ulu, stage dating back to l
PATIO : jute 1968 and"HEaUS .
a majority cf the City ,yet GbtnmissKhers of the City of Fernan .
cina Heolcn are ready, wilting and
I anxious to fortiwitn proceed lo do ;Jl
i things n c 8ury and requisite: to enable .0.
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR COMPLETE DETAILS I. at:thb this! earnest project possible to become date. a reality -

: NOW. THEREJORE. BE IT RE
ENTRY BiANK SOLVER BY THE CITY COMMIS- it, r
YOUR
AND! ASK FOR SIQW OF THE CITY OF FERNAXUVA '
BEACH FLORIDA: .
I:i SECTION 1. That by virtue cf the L p- r
I pregnable hereto the City Commission t- .
of tie City of FtrnancLna Reach be .
Patio Valued At $600 Consists and they are hereby i&tructed anddirected .
-
SPECIAL BONUS to proceed forthwith and to rr.
do ail things necessary requisite and 4 .
of Umbrella and Table, I legal to complete this long pending .
IF WINNING ENTRY : municipal project and t? cause this
llLANK 4 Chairs Barbecue Table I, project to become a reality forthwith Ar
IS FROM 1 ALLAN'S cnittEtteatt with good practices : Ar
SECTION 2. That this Resolution
WINNER WILL AISORECEIVE -h'C I
and enc h alse Lounge I shall take effect upon its approval by tf
2PIECETASHIONAHLE i a majority of the qualified voters in a .
i special ejection to be held at the usual -
all by Ldwnlite, Gym Dandy I vcticg places iff the Qjy Hail in 1 R rf
the City of Feraamhna Beach Florida T" J
"AERO PAK" Gym Set and A Big Boy'BarLUGGAGE I Ion the %1'st. day of May 1963. when. f
I tre queaUon of the ratification or re .
; jectwn of this Resolution saU.be I
becue. .
presented. The question to be submitted I
shall read:
( ) Fir Municipal Natural oas.I .
I Against Municipal Natural Cas.
SECTION 3. That this Resolutioii h
shall be published! in the local news r

A. S. ALL Af 'S ATLANTIC AVENUE paper a and Notice its pubficatka of Electwm shall constitute .

MAYOR E. J. SMITHATTEST Fernandina :
H. F. STONE JR. Agent Beach Fla.
: ;
Outfitters For The Entire Family \ J. CLAYTON SANDERS ,

$'_ 4 .. .- ..... .- -. ... it Acting City Auditor and_Cleric. 123
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Just Ramblin'Continued : Dr. Arnade 1.l the Mrs.punch Marie bowl Cone during presided a recepJtion at

I let's which followed the meetingand
Graduate From
Kindergarten J f ( from Page One) (Continued From Page One) Alma Shufflebarger assisted!

? ; r-u 4 Figures from the Florida, Development the second Spanish period from in the serving

By Bajnard Kendrick library. Here's what he wrote 'I TODAY FOR TAMPA'S HIGHER ,.:.., LU 'Y4, -W pe p- Commission show that I I 1783 until 1821. :Misses Diane Davis and Beth
me: > IDEALS" and further stated: "It more and more boats are taking "Amelia Island was probablythe Garcia were junior hostesses.

Thjrjy years ago this writerwas "ALL THAT MEN HAVE' is a free gift to the city the cost .b 1 (I advantage of the Florida Marine state's most exciting area dur- ,
told in Key West by the late
LEARNED, ALL THEY KNOW, I of its maintenance will be insign- I Welcome Station facilities and ing those periods, much more so
Ernest ''Hemingway: "You'll find ALL THEY BELIEVE, THEREFORE ificant compared to, the great I I hospitality as well as that of the than St. Augustine," added Arn Classifieds Pay Off
if you keep on writing, whicb I I ALL THEY ARE AND', benefits conferred If Tampa City Marina. Almost 300 boats :

think you will, that Florida menouldn't 'I CAN BECOME, IS STORED IN :, can't get a library when '$50,000is I have docked here since mid-Jan- ade.The keen interest in Arnade'saddress ---- -- -

spend a plugged'nickel BOOKS. THAT IS WHY A CO.I.I given for building it, Tampa I uary with six of.the visitors from was manifest in a lengthy
hundred books in
to
get a any MUNITY WITHOUT A GOOD 1 1I will never have a library Re- i Canada and one from England. ;, question and answer period, dur-
Florida town They have a 'I
'I II 'if the Commission will proceed
w
I LIBRARY IS LIKE A MAN pudiate the grafting politicianswho ing which the speaker gave con
heritage of hunting and fishing I WITHOUT A SOUND MIND.'! are seeking to justify their O I I with plans to erect appropriate siderable advice on the formationof
back of them not reading, and
signs the Intracoastal Waterway
on -
BOOKS ARE THE CRYSTALLIZ-i own ignorance. .I (
a Commission such as is desir-
the world's best hunting and
of the local facilities,
telling
ED FORM OF HUMAN HOPE. !
Aflame with indignation, voters ed by the local
fishing, fresh and salt, is right at group.
l this number is to increase
(Signed) PHILIP WYLIE"I sure INSURE YOUR
I poured out, and the people over- He those in
your front door. Start discussinga I was presented to
BARE HANDS
SUBDUE, TIGER Gordon Scott as I regularly.
The Dictionary defines "kinder- whelmed chance of future ignorance
any attendance
book in bar I i by Mrs. Jay Bartels,
a or a barbershopand Y
nine out of ten of the he-men garten" as a "school that educates by 908 to 825 a crushing Samson, subdues tiger with his bare hands in excitingscene president of the Historical Society -

present will think you're a queer." I children from 3 to 6 years : victory for the library of 83! from American International's, "Samson and the '. i MORTGAGELow

AJastlook, and it's well to I old by games!!, toys, and pleasant II ] Three years later Tampa had its Seven Miracles of the World,". opening Friday at the Ilan Floyd Glisson,, former city In connection with the group's }
I occupations." Taking our cue library, which received $50,000 in Theatre. manager here and now in that
make it fast,. at the public supportof : plans, it was announced that a
: from the paid propaganda pap of : state, and $19,000 in Federal capacity at Fort Pierce, flew in
Florida libraries for the past class in archaeology will be held
such writers as Sylvia Sunshine funds last 1962. last Friday for a round'of late :
would seem to indicate year here next week under the tutel- cost policy provides the
century Beecher Stowe close which I f'iJ.E afternoon golf at the local links,
Harriet Ledyard nearly
That squeak Kiwanis
I II Hear
that Papa had something there! I age of Dr. Hale Smith of the Flor- money that can help pay the
I Bill, and even the poet Sidney [ left Tampa "like a man withouta after disposing of some businessin ida State and excavating mortgage,if the breadwinnerdies.
(.ibrary- ise we occupied a hap- University -
: Lanier, who in the latter half of I II sound mind" was happily in Jacksonville,'f FUd was flyinghis Plan now to leave your
will be of Old
py 37th place among the 50 statesof i the last century poured out cliche' those dark ages of half a centuryago. I i (Continued from Page One) own new $.liMtt and while done at the site home debt-free. See us for
the U.'S. A., and we were dragging -I: crammed tomes of all play and no : The kindergartners, intent on I Bill :Melton, Ed Mattson and I :| Fort San Carlos in Old Town. : details no obligation!

our diapers in Kindergartenamong : work in Florida" all dripping ;:, their games, toys, and pleasant Bible, and for greater utilizationof were waiting for him to land I i I Mrs. Betty Davis, Mrs. Faith
of the southeastern the university and faculty Ii
all plant
Britton and Mrs. Joan McNutt,
,: treacle from their saccharin ;, occupations have) grown older. WI noticed theincreasiW .number of t I II I
States,Tatthe bottom of the class, I soaked pages we are still car Many Florida citizens, unborn in I I local aircraft that ale parked outside I 1 of the hospitality committee, were WOOTEN
until the first state aid for public I I I Key Clubbers Donald Brazell wioitdered in charge of arrangements for the
and
there why
I better
rying-on manfully, or 1912, have become the intelligent I'I Insurance
libraries, $2S ,544OO, was author. and J. K. Freeman 1[ meeting. Agency
were guestsat there is. '. hangar I
kindergarten ental
childishly, with out come-on voters and leaders of the state to- S I no) space
feed by- the legislature in 1962, I the J, J, and Miss
routine. day. Culture stalks in our midst, meeting. available._ Alspwhile' there, I Mrs. G. Cooper CALL ELLEN SHANK

fast year. The sight of all this I Well, laws-a-merl-y!" says our fearless and unafraid, ready if Bryan Rauschert, president, and talked with a'pl\&fjWpm), Charlotte,I I Angel Davis were at the door as 261-5303 ,
pretty money going' to 24 qualified BV WALTER Jack Vann elect dropped* fuel. a welcoming committee.
faithful CC's Chambers of I needs be for the welfare of our PRESTON secretary, were N. C., who in for ,
counties (note that "qualitied" -- --- --- -- -
DIRECTOR ed as delegates to the Kiwanis Since we'were the only ones -- ---
!1 Commerce, County growing children to pay and pay. I
) proved such a shock to commiSSioners'1 Consider an Editorial in the Or- International Convention in June. there he was unable to fuel up I
our sportsmen citizens, that many and City Standby military reserve: officers -
I lando Sentinel, March 22, 19G3: which caused me to wonder
of dineio for
6f them even knocked off build- authorizing a chunk !| are now bung assigned to fur-I
six shuffleboard courts, one "STRAW: VOTE ON LIBRARY ther how long it would be f Jc $nlace atooiiFlorida's (
ing pew boat clubhouses for the : gymnasium new plus a bite for the i iI SERVICES: Most of the residentsof duty with civil defense. This is a i'!i Defense. They can assist in writing automation"; pro ii seIC- ( '
moment and have already passedbond ouble-barrel of considerable
program -
Kikini Fiesta, "Who wnt more I II Orange County, those living I'I plans, preparing training programs coin operated fueHanks for small
issues of over $9,000,000 for local interest, that has
I I outside the city limits of Orlando, airports a j Oldest and Most Historic
new book clubhouses to .be built books than those what brung 'em been> initiated by the Departmentof conducting the actual tV
I Maitland, Winter Park and Apopka -
this year. here? will have opportunity at Defense to strengthen the de-I I training, making studies and help Fernandina n ach's Favorite Meeting Place
an
Now, !all! writers have, to be That's a mighty good question, lenses of this country. |! ing in numerous wayso bringour /
the special general election next ; As more and more retired For The Finest In Beverages
readers, se, and some of them friends! civil defense to
per decide Standby military reservists are' program up
Tuesday (March 26, 1963)) to -
have even managed while writing Fifty years ago the city coun- those officers who are not activein the desired state of readiness. couples are discovering the joysto

and ,reading to. become great cilmen rejected an offer of $50- library whether service they- want or very expanded little the reserve program because i|i So far three officers have been : be found in spending their Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye

sportsmen as well. -Hemingway, 000 by Andrew Carnegie to build a'' library service. of the lack of a unit with which :'assigned and are working with golden years in Fernandina Beach, Kosher Sandwiches BarbecueAUTO

who '!alas Is gone, was one pf library in Tampa. They claimed II "We think the people of Orange they can train. They stand to lose the local civil defense unit: I wonder if more shouldn't be
theie.have a letter before, me there was no agreement on a site
'! County should vote ')'es' on their accumulated! retirement :]I Lt. Emerson K. Fizer, U. S. done for these senior 'citizens in
friend whom I and hinted that library ,
from confider a
-
now a
I this issue and further that they credit unless they can become actively Navy ReserveLt the recreation line. Why not a
to be the absolute tops of might bring on racial problems.The .
the world in both sports" and writ citizens were properly burn will want to vote yes We feel engaged in a training pro- I Curtis II. Lasserre, U. S. club house as a meeting place
service not gram. with the usual Florida shuffleboard -
ing./ I'm sure there. are few, if a ed, and a citywide vote was set to that they want library I Navy Reserve like AIRCONDITIONERSRECHARGED
continued but expanded. In this area there standby courts, croquet and the
jingle one who will care, or dare, decide the issue. only are I I I Capt. Frank Kelly, U. S. Air .
will be impossible unless military reservists with tremendous as well as a spot for card games
what he On the of the balloting the "This a Reserve Milliard Fla.
to disagree. I asked }him day Force ( )
other indoor when
they indicate their wishes by vot- amount of experience and and activity
thought about books, and reading following headline was splashedacross I Lt. William Cathenvood, U. S.
ing 'yes' next Tuesday. We say know how. Since the local reserve I!I the weather is inclement. Other
in One of THE TAMPA -
and the vital necessity Page '
community, of properly qualified any TRIBUNE: "CAST YOUR VOTE I impossible, but that is not actually unit became inactive these offic-I'Navy! Reserve, is also working Florida cities : cater heavily to ALL MAKES AND MODELSGET
the case. County Commissionershave ers have had no unit assignment. ''|I with us but has not been assigned this age group'"and find them
authority to levy up to one Their' equity in the form of military i j I to date because he is listed as an highly desirable residents. The YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOW!

mill for library support; .j>ut they service had become jeopardized recent formation of a senior citizens Agency For CLARDY Air-Conditioners
Lieut. Catherwoodis
hesitate to do this without, the ap- Now they can be assignedto active reserve. club is a\, fine step, in this
ffhe Jl proval of the people. duty with the Nassau County our Radiological Defense Of- direction. Let's go'a few steps oWE
M10i
{ "The people should) give the' Civil Defense and satisfy their ficer and has been conducting further. :'.>. ... SPECIALIZE IN I -

commission a mandate' by voting training requirements. RADEF classes for over a year. tr-p Tune-Up

'yes' next Tuesday on the. library Although the training period 0 Wheel Alignment

In A Magnificent Mountain Setting support issue." will only be two hours weekly, "The Rev. Gilbert Kuyper of And then there was, the sign Automatic Transmission,Repairs

I Everyone realizes only. too well the services of these reserve officers -I Knox Presbyterian Church, St. seen at one church, "you can't

that fifty years ago this would will be invaluable to Civil : Paul, announced the topic of his take it with you,but you can send
have been a big deal. A nickelwas I Sunday sermon on the church it on ahead.",In the same vein REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANYYour

a nickel then. Sock a poor ; bulletin board: "What on Earth we like the one "in our concern
man with a $10,000 home a tax 1965 includes the request for state I Are You Doing for Heaven's' for the'.Left and Right today we Local Oldsmobile Dealer

of one mill, and it'might(,run himas aid for the Biennium $1,317- Sake?" Frieda Monger, Duluth often forget the Above and Be. 232 South 8th Street Phone 261-3122

w much as a nick'ea\ week for 705 with an estimated $577,706 (Minn.) Publicity. low".
------- --- ---- --
library service, same as today. for 32 counties jn 1963-64, and --

.; t You'd have tq mail! 2H' less let- $739,993 for 45 counties in .- .
ters each week back"then to makeit 65. 1964-1'
-
;- up, whereas now you simply To qualify for this aid a

t I Aj I ignored Junior's weekly ,bite from must be legally operated, provide I

tfkp boarding-school for a' higher I allowance at least $20,000 from the entire I Maxwell House'C

I and you were not only library unit in local funds, and i
i equal on pastage but well aheadof meet standards of operation that I

the game. any library would expect to meet, '

Old World Charm wonderful food- gorgeous Bridal Panting with eagerness; 8400 i. e. to provide a qualified director 0 F FEE 1 lb. Tin -
library supporters stampeded to ; have one outlet in the system 1 4'8c

: Suite; dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard, the polls in Orange 'County on open at least 40 hours a week, !
LIMIT ONE WITH $:>.00 FOOD ORDER
March 26th, 1963 and .:gave the ind use a standard system for cat-
'Olympic' size pool, art- lesons, and rock hunting -near county commissioners, the needed alonging and checking out books. i

mandate to levy one mill by a cities in Floridaare
Because most
golf courses antique and craft shops Biltmore majority of seven {j(7)( ). vptes even small and therefore unable fi-I! b ) IT

Estate Mountain trails- drives-pleasing rates. before the absentee ballots were nancially to support good library Food Fair
inv This piece of utter foolishnesswas services alone, it i is important that

quickly corrected by the absentee ::ities and counties work togetherto '
Write Harry 'Tracy, The Innkeeper voters who killed it by 45 establish libraries on a broadax

votes, 4258 to'5203! basis and with a large enough
The Manor Charlotte Street in Asheville In addition to the state aid of '
on population> to command a good COFFEE Ib. _
I $281,544 already distributed to 24 book collection and a well trained -38c

North Carolina qualified counties, the State Li- and qualified library staff. ,
LIMIT ONE WITH FOOD ORDER
.. brary Budget Request for 1963- In the Suwannee River Regional $5.00
,
,
-- -- -
Library, seven small north;
Florida counties have a budget of '

about $70,000 for library purposes. 604 Atlantic Ave.

Now At Your Favorite Store They have a fine book collection, SNOWDRIFT : I

I a highly trained head librarian, or "J ..
ten; library branches in the seven


I : -jj ( AsIc for It. with counties highly on and capable them two covering bookmobile bookmobiles regul-librarians FYNETASTECanned FYNE-BAKE SHORTENING.


arly scheduled stops on a two ,


TASTE THE DIFFERENCE. week Both period.Citrus. and Levy Countiesare Drink

small and their 7
library
services "lC 3 Ibs. 58cAssorted
were exceedingly scant. (My
12 oz.12 For
TASTE THE FRESHNESS
three: children went to school in ,
Williston when there was no library 'JI : ,

Direct From Farmer To YOU! Levy and at all.Citrus There contracted is one now.with) Flavors' LIMIT ONE OF YOUR CHOICE WITH( $5.00 FOOD ORDERBorden's


.he City of Ocala, which has a
,
i TASTE THE RICHNESS fine library and a highly! trained oom
I Canned
ttaff. As, a result thee countiesnow M1 M ) I j

L : Move Up To Quality Use Permium receive a quality of library ( 1
!service of which they are exceedingly -

Jersey Milk *" proud and have good reasonto '100 FREE Tomatoes
be. Any book from the entire Biscuitsco Y II+

liTHE TASTE WILL TELL" area is available to any person in :: :

the area, and their librarian can


HOllY HilL DAIRY borrow'and the even country material the Library, State from,of any University Congressf library'n 4 Cans M'I' 5c Can


needed. LIMIT 1 PER FAMILY _'
"ONLY l INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING The state has already seen the WITH S5JO FOOD ORDE2
". results of the $284,000 aid givento r. LIMIT 2 WITH
FERNANDINA BEACH" 39c Ii. EXPIRES .-,.., :
24 qualified counties. The larger -
"" \\ FOOD ORDER
request for the next bienniumis I
For Home Delivery Call 261-3198 still more important. It is vitalto mOMmoo@I

Fernandina Beach the 39% of the population who H
PLASTIC CARTON still have no public library ser- FRYER GREEN ;


vice It's at now all. right up to the avid Quarters lb. 'I- 29c I! Cabbage (Ib. -tHE, .- 4c

i .. Buy HOLLY HILL MILK Now At 'readers ecessary of state'Florida aid to appropriatione see that this ;


: E-ZPIC ires put under through.our Tallahassee Lighting sol-the Fresh Picnics l lb. 29c SWEET *

)ns is the job for the homefolksto Yellow Corn ea 5c
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14TH AND BEECH STREETS do. Better use Western Unionor I


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ly in the fifth when Beckett! singled 'w w" '10' -. Goifing. NewsBY I News-leader, Fernandina 'Beach, Florida' Thursday, April 25, 1963 Page,' Seven

Hand Baker : for his second hit of the game


Team 2nd Loss, i and stop later failed ball!scored to come when up the with short aground Sp'Otts'' Slants Low WILLIE'with.Putts tourney MATTSONA was held< fifteen Teams Enter Golf Tourney I


four Tuesday two ladies in a tie
Fernandina put together
on the front nine. Mrs. J. W' ,
With 9-1) VictoryThe hits to score (6 runs in the bottom BY CURT GORDON Hiers and Mrs. Robert Bryce each Fifteen teams are ready to tee and 1", "B" and "C" players. Lowenstein, Bob Phinney, Harry

half of the sixth. John Barnial posted 15 putts. On the second off Saturday in a golf tourney Captains play from scratch in the Taylor.
walked to open the frame, Bee i that has generated interest j low ball event and members
Pirate baseball team downed nine Mrs. Hiers and Mrs. N. I C more team George Tyson, captain, Edison
the Baker County Wildcat kett singled for his third hit ol; J The Fernandina Pirates trounced ., "he failed to bring home any big Brown took 16 putts each. than any local golfing event ir I get relative handicaps. Casey, Lewis Nolan, Jehfl'Pdzega.

from Macclenny, 9-1, to hand the i the game, Alvarez singled for his < the Macclenny Wildcats, 9-1,I !fish, but he did bring home a In the Handicap tourney Mrs. recent months. Entry fee is $1 for each player Rudy York, captain, James

Baker team their second loss of second hit of the and game Donnie, Tommy Star- last Tuesday afternoon for a' second ." thiee-foot alligator which .he I Harry Poole defeated Mrs. Thos The tourney is being staged b;; f and $100 in prizes will be award Webber, Newt Roberts, Chuck
at the hands of the Pi- Jones singled the Fernandina' Beach Golf Association ed. Howard. .
the season triumph of the season over \caught with a rod and reel. G. Hall, Jr., 54. Mrs. Dan Daugh-
rates. ratt singled. 2'I with Rudy York chair Bob Talton, captain, BIH Childs,
their Keystone Conference rivals *! erty moved. into the second" round] as The teams, made'up of mem-
the mound Steve Beckett lea the Fernan Beckett the 1 Someone man of the competition.The bers of the Association Ham Hamilton Steve Spence.
Joe Thrift opened on I ; Steve was big man was wanting know by receiving a default from Miss 'Golf are
for Coach Wayne Benner's Pirates dina 9-hit attack with three hits j. with the stick for the Pirates I what happened to the. backstop; Vesta Prewitt... Miss Lynda Matt play is being conducted as follows; Ray Caldwell, captain, Al Bo-

and allowed the visitors I Benny Alvarez and Alan Cover, with three base hits. Joe Thrift i! at the tennis courts and why they on nosed'out Mrs. George T much as pro-amateur events with Andy Anderson,'captain, Buddy dine, Lester Durham, Jeff Bou-
only two singles for the three' had two hits apiece while Tommy and Ronnie Sapp did the pitching haven't been replaced. a captain of earn four-man team ers. ,
Starratt had I I Davis, !- up. Mrs. H. E Williams.ad'aneed Burgess, Walter Preston, John
innings he worked on the hill. I Jones and Donnie and allowed Baker only five hits. 4 # by way of a default -. ----- -- -- -- i Bamiak.'r' Tom Lannoa, captain, Andy

Fernandina was leading 2-0 'when singles. .I Danny Griffin, Johnny Morris Allan Bob Brin} Jim Clark.
; had two rots to lead I' k .. from Mrs.Minnie Harvey., Mrs Red Bean, captain, Don Roberts,
Thrift gave way to Ronnie Sapp Tharpe William Sweatt and Jimmy Gordon Carl Glenn was'"ictorious > over Camden Hurricanes'r' Harry Poole, captain, Carl
I while Bobby Hancock' Ronnie Sapp had quite a hit.: Woodrow Stuart Tom Tillman.
in the third inning. Sapp! allowed Macclenny 1 I are a few of, the former Fer- J. up. Irs.Tom' Swanson, Emerson Fiser, Harry
Mrs. W4 Hieis
1 I triple was the big blow of the i i ting streak going until the. Mac- I one Bob Gideon, captain, Pete In
:Macclenny only three hits for the nandina High athletes Ice have 1 Lannon. bested Mrs. X. C Sahlman.
for the losers. Starlings and ( Benny game. Sapphad. collected Edge Pirates-1 0.8 I gram, Cecil Loptein, Darwin
remainder of the game, but was i I game j seen home for a few days. GrifI Brown one Mrs.. Ed. Beach i Tom Shave, captain, Burns
five straight basehits up.
touched for the lone tally in the I Combs had the other Baker hits. 'I two-game: but lost over his a I fin says he doesn't have to return I defeated Mrs. W. M. Sweatt. twc The Camden High Hurricanes Smith. Bailey, Ray LandreM Don Brown.

sixth when Bobby Hancock tripled -i Score by innings: : f against Macclenny span on Tuesday eye af to school until September. He was I and one, and Mrs. Andrew Allan made it two in a row over the Bill Melton, captain, Ervin Williams Gl>nn Waas captain Frank

and scored on'Tharpe's single. i i Macclenny :- 000: 001 0 1 5 8 ternoon. . the pitcher that tossed the Florida drew a bye the first week.In Feinandina Beach Pirates with a Bill Miller, Tom Digby. Lambripht. Pen Enttwinger: ,

Fernandina took the lead in the Fernandina 002 01G x 9 9 1. I Frosh to a victory' over the 10-8 in Sam Merrow, captain, Ed Boner Cecil Brewton
I # ir the lower brackett Mrs. L victory: a game on the St. i
I Dan Jerome ,
Manatee Junior. Daugherty, Fred O'SUen captain, Gordon
tough College
game with a two-run third inning. Combs and Starlings; Thrift, ; The following! invocation was I C. Shave defeated Mrs. Cecil Lop- Marys diamond last Tuesday af ,
Spence. But' i r. D W Ringer, ArthurPer.
team recently.
Steve Beckett singled Benny Sapp and Coyer. given at the 11th annual Award Lien '3 2. Mrs. Bill Melton nosed ternoon. Fernandina Outhit the ,'
I I Leighton Shave, captain, Gus
varez singled and Alan AI-I Dinner of the Metropolitan Golf # $ out Mrs. Ed. Mattson 1 up on the Camden team, 11-6. but could not -- ?
I Writers' Association in New York I Bud Holt reports from the Fer- eighteenth. Mrs. Robert Bryce score the necessary runs. I
doubled drive in the two I
to Trade At Home nandina Beach Ocean Pier that "
City at Waldorf-Astoria on defeated Mrs. R. N. Alday 6-4 The Pirates jumped off to an i

The Pirates scored a single; tal January 9.:. It was given by Mon: I fishing is slower than usual, but Mrs. Glyn Waas drew a bye. .Mrs early 3-0 lead when they scored I r I
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-- signor S. J. Mcuovern, Lnuich: of I whiting and.blue fish are continu- Rudy York advanced by defeatin Jiiee runs in the second inning

St. Joseph, Spring. Valley, N. Y. ing to bite. The west winds have Mrs. Curt Gordon 2 up. Mrs Tommy Jones and Tommy Clark! -r

4 Bless us and these gifts which i caused fishing to drop off, but Clinton Herring and Miss Katherine were safe on errors, Johnny Bar

I we are about to receive. I Holt .says he expects conditionsto Whitney battled thrpujrh niak was also safe on an error and m

r m.NUMBE I, May the fairway of life rise to be real good by the weekend. sixteen holes, Mrs. ,Herring win- Ronnie Sapp tripled to score all < r

meet you, I He has plenty of live shrimp I ning 3-1 Mrs. Edison: Casey over three: luns.Camden .
sY
o.. May the wind be everat your I available and says trout should Mrs. Jim' Clark 5-4, and Mrs Bill! made two runs in the

.. I back, soon be "biting at the Pier. Childs drew a bye. third when Bryan Balkcom trip

in : May his grip sustain you, The second round matches haveto led and Roger Dials blasted a

I_ Performance and a heavenly green await you. Porter's Fish CampS reports be played by Tuesday, April 30. home run, but the Pirates came t

.. 1 May you be" ten.thousand yearsin I.fishing has been slowed by the. The Feinandina Beach Women's Wk with another run in the

)1'Mi:: : .::: heaven. windy weather during the week Golf; Association, with the coop- fourth on singles by Barniak,

it7F; ; Before the devil knows what I Johnny iodine brought in two ration of the Men's Golf Association Sapp, Charles Corbett and Steve 5; \\jlJc\\ :

score really was. drum and sheepshead and Roy is staging a Mixed Two- Beckett.
; your _
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NUMBEFZJ. ,":':;.Y":k..:..:; .in Reputation; Jackson and Gene McCall caught Ball tournament Sunday, May 5. It was the last of the fourthfchen
about 15 whiting for the only ac Camden scored six runs that
; wish
John Barniak, Pirate leftfield If you to play get a partner
tivity. the club house. *ave them the lead. A walk,'a hit
: er, blasted "a home run for his and sign up at
ft # atsman, singles by Lott and
team in the Camden County-Fer- This is a' handicap tourney.
; ;: I William Sweatt had a real' Trapnell' and a triple by McDon- }
NUIrBERt\\\1"in: the HOME I iiandina Beach game last week. I
I thrill last Tuesday afternoon ild accounted for the six runs.
T';; -t I
.'ft JLl I when.he landed a seven-foot shark CityBowling ; A walk to Clark and a home
Director
Robertson, Farm ,
Sherry
I about 150 pounds. William nm blast by Barniak accounted
.: weighing
: BuyersPreference and George Brophy, assistant for I II I
I hooked the shark at the for two more runs for the Pirates x.
., I the Minnesota Twins, brought in 'i !I\i b
'':' : dock and the fish pulled his LeagueBY in'the fifth, and singles by Thrift,
,4f before pogey
: ..;: '. 25 red bass last week they I boat the Center Street dock Jarniak and Corbett accounted
past
T: had to leave our fair city. The
gentlemen were guests of Joe before he was able to land it. It II. B. ELLIS, JR. {or the final two runs in the IN FLORIDA
was the first shark of the season. WEEK OF 4-17 eventh.; Their apparent rally in
sounds thoughit
Tringali and it as ft Total he final frame fell short by two !
t must have been a fine going- DEER IS A NATURAL
Positive, PatentedWaterProofing Potts Fishing Camp on Lofton Team Standings W L Pins uns.
away present. Creek had another fine fishing rville's 80 36 82876( John Barniak, with a home run ,, "
in 35- report this week. Eddie Robinson ladden Lanes 74'z' 41% 8.1008 md two singles, led the Pirates From nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer. '

Above & Below Grade Tom drum Davis last brought week. Davis a usually caught three black bass weighing Sandbar 59'2 56% 81564 j in hitting while Ronnie Sapp had Florida's traditional beverage of moderation. it's light '' '

pound brings ;in fine, catches every about three pounds. Bob Love Tie[ Unknowns 51 65 80431ecker's a k single and triple in two trips to sparkling, delicious. *;

MASONRY PAINT time he goes out. 24 bream; Sonny Strickland 3 Drugs 43 73 78593 II he plate. Charles Corbett and And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida Is proud of' .

;tw & -fr black bass; Mr. Gable and Mr. Beach Bar 40 76 79357 Steve Beckett; smashed out two the more than $27,820,935 it contributes in taxes to lire state.
J J1 J Beautiful Colors and While/ Gene Powers, fireballing right- Crews 20 bream; Bobby Mc- High Team, 3-Games ;i hits each, while one Tommy Jones and of Florida each year .. money that helps sLpport our "'._. .
foe Thrift had hit
hander for Young's Crab Plant Cellan 25 bream; Mr. Kostoff rville's 2978 i apiece. schools, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida beer be-*':.
bass Bobby and Dot : 2858; Lott led the Camden team with ..
4 black Jaifden
softball team, did it again last ; | Lanes longs. .enjoy it. -**
'1 and Eugene Carter : Bar 2792! two hits while Dyals had a home .
afternoon when he tosseda MrCellan each e
A COMPLETE LINE AT I Sunday
and Balkcom had
Strickland 91 3-Games un a triple.
bream Sonny Higb, Ind.
shutout the Times- 150 ; I i4
2-hitter to I bass Remus French 15 ', C81 J'dna. 030 120 2 8 11 6 UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC I
the .lack ; X Hodge'
I Union team, 7-0. It .was second -
Five Points Grocery & Hardware | straight shutout over the bream and one black bass; and l''E. Walker C39 i' -002611x-1065 \ I FLORIDA DIVISION
Robert McGerth and Bob Love 3. Junek 632 Sapp, Thomas and Cover;
Young's.
Times-Union team by
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last weekend up, in Georgia and of bait and tackle are available. ladden Lanes 973 -. .. .:

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-W High, Ind. Game '
The Fernandina Beach Pirates I 3. Walker 256 ,

will enter, the. sub-Group baseball' J. Suriano 253 i! TQRO.21Whirlwind&
FERNANDINA BEACf I l Tournament next Tuesday after- R. Hadden 250 j
Bishop Kenny Ii Iii
noon when they play i High Scratch Bowlers 3 PERFORMANCE FEATURES
the ,Bolles diamond. Fer- 1 22t 639S.
on Hodge -
i "JEWEL OF: FLORIDA'S CROW! I nandina seems to be improving I Bohannon 214-577 t 'T -\. -' :' : Here's a mower that Change height of cut .
,i t ;$: not only cuts the grass in seconds. Anti-scalp
and could upset the" Crusaders.. R. Hadden 234-556 ? better, it bags clip. dish gives 360 protection.
'* r.. Beckett : 191-5561 -w?, ; .!" pings, trims close and Short crankshaft
BEACHES"Directory Skipper's; Fish Camp at Nasauville B. Walker 222-537 I '' >f. eliminates leaf raking is 300% stronger. Exclusive

; reports good fishing I U Flint 216-526 forever. Vind -

Furnished By These Merchants I m id Business Men Mrs Bill Rivenbark and Jack' L Suriano 218-522 OR Tunnel" housing.
hitman and Mrs. Euna Lee olA'aycross E. Junek 188-518 RES1ARTlN This rotary meets the requirements

Alma, Georgia, respectively I : 0 of. ASA Safety Standards.
and B. Brider > 183-503 .
George's FLORIDA'S SuburbanShore brought in 18 .Jarge : F. Williamson 180-501 Ikc .t\\ .w. $99.95 ONE YEAR WARRANTY
afternoon. Jac'Stalnaker
FIRST II trout last Friday -

Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Gas Co. caught 8 trout and with Mrs. one Hilda weighing Davis MORE SPORTS i
I
H A R. DEE BROS.
JEXCELLENTo SERVING ALL 5 pounds. Maude and Bill Rut-
2 N. FRONT ST. 1 caught 10 large trout and

t achinc. {fl Z 1S-}IOiE LP YOUR GAS NEEDS.IN AND lege i' one flouoder.-- Broward Freeman I On Page Ten ATLANTIC AVENUE

I, j LINKS GAS APPLIANCES ;i ought in two drum and Andy;

Welding, BrazingMarine Sparkman caught cne drum. Mrs. ..
South, 7rh St.
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Repairs Skipper says the Fish Camp is !
Phone 261.3661 the weighing in station for the

Special! Service To T I D E. S Nassau Boat Club Drum Contest

-- All Shrimp Work Guaranteed Trawlers T. H. KING I ': which time and is.underlay only two;atthe catches.present have SpeOial savings: Sliarli 1iOdayJ Join the IjMOERDEth'R4MBiER


Monday Open 8 n.m.Thru to SaturdayPhone 5 p.m. at JETTIES PHOTO SHOP been year old registered.daughter Sherill of Alton Jones Jones, 4- ( !

Day 2613711Night :! Add 30 .Minutes For Roll Processing ;: of Nassauville has registered a 20- \ !

:261-53: Fernandina Harbor Developing & Printing 'pounder and Mrs. Maudia Jones
Kodak Film i i has registered a 17-pounder for
two so far. Fine prizes.
the only
,LOW' Photo Supplies i
IIIGII. I are offered for the largest, so you !
BE WISE.I 1lpvie-Colored & Regular
i fishermen are trailing a four year I
Friday, April 26 Weddings old girl at the present time. Ii i
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IIp 10:10: a.m. 4:11 a.m ,Portraits by Appointment Only ootr *! i-f I

orce OlnlZC I 10:32: p.m. 4:26: p.m Studios At 504 Ash St. I The Little League and Senior .

261-4586 League: baseball seasons will get I
LASTS :3 OR .t TIMES Saturday' April 27 Phone underway on Monday, May. G. All

LONGER TIL11:03 a.m. 5:14 a.m teams are in full practice swing, t '
11:25 5:20: getting ready for the big opening : AMERICA'S LOWESTPRICEAmerican2202 V RE SEDANS-Cl3sstc5502-
ORDINARY WAX JOn : p.m. p.m G. E. (GLENN)
I games. The Little League will WOW!! "' TIWJINQ HIGIi' Door Sedan has full room
RfCUNtN(0
Sunday, April 28 I play at eight o'clock on May I 6 !, LON PRICES Door Sedan-family room CONYERTIBLES-Ameri. SEAT armo I t for six 6footers. Rambler

LASSERRE MOTOR 6:00: a.m KITCHENS t with the Senior League openingthe for 6, Rambler quality and can 449 is America's lowest- extra-value features.
at five on the same priced convertible wither
CO. 12:11 p.m. 6:18: p.mMonday season famous gas economy! top standard k
Electrical afternoon.Bob $4491

S. Sth St.! Ph. 2G1-3S19 April 29 '* '* $40 .
Contractor
12:22: a.m. 7:01 a.m Lechner, retired Jax real : $5122 t i PER MONTH .

1:06 7:20 2MIOUR SERVICE tor and lumberman who has a :. t. PER MONTH \.
p.m. p.m beach home here, fired one of the 1 PER MONTH

Going I Fishing? Tuesday, April 30 Phones I better rounds at the local golf \ 4 --. .
261-4379
261-5194 or
course this week. Bob had a 33
Visit Us For 1:24 a.m. 8:03 a.m on the tough par 37 front nine f- d s- NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU ALL THIS! I

2:17: p.m. 8:35: p.m, Porter, & Lovequist I round included eagle I r ,da .
I Complete Line Of The hot an :; :: mQ, : Styling I and engineering leadership m
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13 h on the par 5 No. 5 hole, where '
Tackle Wednesday, May 1 General Contractors -- thatwonMolorTrendMagazine's"Car'J
Fishing I he hit a driver off the tee and a I .
of the Year" Award.
0 Rods o Reels 2:30: a.m. 9:05: a.m SPECIALTIES j-wood just C feet from the cup -
of all in all
3'96"m. 9:29 WOODWORKING I -c' Most miles per gallon cars
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FIRESTONE I : : Country Scores of extra-value features like
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News From Ballet Class (9-11) in the Auditorium r/- : \; ; z.}1 ":: ': .,1 PpWWt.r> k..iSunnyland : '-.=:" :: -:" ::: r -: "

at 4:30 p.m., Julanne
I Owens, Instr. Go. or Florida' Grade nAn Whole Tender Young t SAVE q

Rec Center Atlantic Avenue Playground,
J TheY supervised play, 3:30.5:30 p.m., j
I Hugh Sides, Supv. t- '

SANDY IeSANDUOT11URSDAY Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)' ) in Fresh FRYERS i

APRIL 23; : !at 7:30 p.m.Men the Martha Ceramics Jean Puletti Room ,at Instr.3:30 p.m., I [
and Boys' Health Club in ;
Playschool in the Game Room Ballroom Dance Class ((11-13 I 7 d j.
the Boys Locker Room, day and -
at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, lns.tr. I evening. yr.) in the Conference Room at I .1 Delicious satisfying, yet h,
Adult Ceramics Class in the
3:30 p.m. i, far from fattening. AnN
Ceramics Room at 9:30: am., I MONDAY, APRIL 2&: ,
Ballroom Dance Class (high
of chicken ,8
Martha Jean Puletti, Jnstr.I average serving
I Ballet Class ((3 & 4 yrs.) in the Children's Art Class in the Art school teens.) in the Game Roomat I contains only Y3 to Yt as ')'
Room at 3:30 Faith Britton, 7:30 p.m.Barbershop
: Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne p.m. 4'
Instr. Quartet in the Con- r many calories as many pop
Owens, Instr.
ference Room at 8:00: ular meats pl of
p.m. yet g nty
Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the Atlantic Avenue Playground, : .
Adult Ballet Exercise in the I ".-.
Auditorium at 2:30: p.m. Julanne supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., Auditorium Julanne needed protein. of, -,
at 8:00 ,
p.m.
Owens, Instr. Hugh Sides, Supv. Owens, Instr. I 4k
Ballet Class ((5 & G ) in the ) Im
yrs I Teen-age Ballet Class in the Club in
Men and :{Boys' Health
Auditorium at 3:30 Julanne Limit 3 with food order. ,
p.m. I Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne the Boys' Locker Room, day and 0 5I
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Owens, Instr. I I .
Owens, Instr.Preteen -'---' ST
Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium I Ballet Class in the evening. -'::' ':;>'::, :,...:ft.. .<. .i........J: : ).:. :;,,...< ,, -
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Owens, Instr.at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne WEDNESDAY, M I.\Y 1: I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru April 27th REG. 59< SUB ER SLICED "

Cancer Society in the Confer- Owens, Instr. SWIMMING CLASS REGISTRATION i COPYRIGHT-W1NN.DIXIE STORES. INC. -1963
ence Room at 5:00: p.m. Island Squares Club in the 10:00 A.M, .

Atlantic Avenue Playground, Game Adults Room and at 7:30 Teens p.m.Ceramics Girl Scout Troop 108!:! in the No Other Beef Could Be So BAIONTUflLLY

supervised play, 3:30 5:30 p.m., Class in the Ceramics Room at Game Room at 3:00 p.m,
Hujrh Sides, Supv. Atlantic Avenue Playground,
Senior Citizens Club in the 7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti, supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., :

Confcience Room at 7:00 p.m. Instr. Hugh Sides, Supv.
Cub Pack 171 in the Game Jaycees in the Conference Roomat Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in :
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Room at 7:15 p.m. 8:00: p.m.Beginners' Dance the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., : ? fl
Square
Adult Ballroom Dance Class in Martha Jean Puletti, Instr.
Course in the Auditorium at 8:00: I
1.LB.
.Jhe Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. I: Adult Ceramics Class in the
-.M fn and Boys Health Club in I
p.m.Men and Boys' Health Club in Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Martha
:Ihe'tloys'' Locker Room, day and FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
the Boys': Locker Room, day and Jean Puletti, Instr. I PKG a.
-evening.jjj'lHDAY. evening. Men and Boys' Health Club in ;1

[t AI'KIL 2G: the Boys' Locker Room, day and '
TUESDAY. APRIL 30: e\ening.THURSDAY. j' k 88
w.r Sub-Teen Club in the Gamezoom 5 tea lb. .
at 7:15 l'\ m. Playschool in the Game Room MAY 2: 'II 5 SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS FU COOKED
Men and Boys' Health Club in at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. 1 I
the Boys' Locker Room, day and Brownie Troop 355 in the Game Playschool in the Game Room ,' SIRLOIN oJ Can Ham 4 lB. CANSteaks $2.98
Room at 3:00: p.m. at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. z
-evening. Dance Class in the Audi- Adult Ceramics Class in the |I
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SATURDAY, AI'KIL 2?: torium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m.. Mar REGULAR ;

Teen Club in the Tame Room Owens, Im>tr.It's tha Jean Puletti, Instr. i I Ib. 881: Flounder LB. 39
j -.e.. Ballet Class ((3 & 4)) in .the II I
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Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne ':
Owens, Instr. I REGULAR 49* COPELAND FRESH PORK

wr What YOU Want Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the EXTRA LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT LB.
Auditorium at 2:30 pm, Jul I

.w-r That Counts! anne Ballet Owens Class, Instr.((5 & 6)) in the : REGULAR 49 COPELAND

Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne i E Ribs. Ib.39
Owens, Instr. l6,
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= When you call on us for a loan we try to Owens, Instr. i CHUCK "--.-- &L
Atlantic Avenue Playground, I 5T4YPS tj iAMV.
= arrange everything to suit you from A to Z. supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m, I

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amounts and dates of payments. Spanish Club in the Game Roomat I lb.
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Men and Boys' Health Club in & WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR

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Griffin, 508 Stanley Dr., Fernan- 6 $
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bed rest to allow your WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF -r WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF \]

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fight back against the virus own f a e Waffles I Hawaiian Punch
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DOZIER & GAY PAINT Paint writes and acquainting ,'iunself
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: now for Spring! Complete I LOST i I Too Late To Classify with its early history and gettingthe

.. WANT AD RATES stock, colors and white, for feel of the land that, only

.. kind of I comes through personal. exper-
.os per word .minimum every paint job. WITHOUT A WATCH, with jobor BY RUSSELL KAY

M Card of Thanks Resolutions Sill ELL'S SWAP SHOP, 511 j ience.
South 8th St. college coming up, you grad I Florida's growth and tion of early Florida is so authentic -! Published by Charles S r'ibn r's
M and Similar Notices develoP-j
seniors? Robison Jewelry
uating i ment since the turn of ,I that it provides a background Sons, "I Take This Land" is available

: .03 per word fLOO minimum 1 MONARCH PIANO Excel- Company has a wide selec- ,:; tury1, has been so rapid that it is I for the story that cannot help but i through your book, dwJler at
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: Cal 261-3686 or 261-3687 tion for your choice. ,.or gift giv II II ....1: difficult for the old I delight the reader. I.
lent condition, $300. Phone 261- : ij .' even timers I $5.95. I can recommend it as a
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: or place ad at, office 4851 after 4:30 p.m. tIc ing. pT23 JA :) : '.' to. realize what has happened. With an extraordinary cast of i worthwhile addition to any Flor-

511 Ash Street APPROXIMATELY 10 ACRES, $5 REWARD FOR RETURN of rJ"lS/ nn 1 Small villages have become | characters set against a primitiveand ; idian's library.I '

4 N Amelia City. 200 ft. riverfront tan and white female dog nam- : nitsoo teeming cities, in a few short ; lushly tropical background of was gratified to note that the
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.. backs on AlA $15,000. Phone ed Jerry. Please 'all 2C1-3117. 1 years, vast areas of swamplandshave the coastal area and Everglades i Reader's Digest selected it..as a
been drained and developedinto I in the frontier period "
: FOR SALE 261.5382. tic A25c 1 country Condensed Book of the Month
r great commercial farming from 1895 to 1946, Richard Powell I
I I ( : sections bleak washed and I understand that it will
M KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERwith "BRIGHT EYES". Black femalecat storm tells a fascinating ,story of I I "

"LOTS AND LOTS of beautiful, all attachments, like new. I part Persian, lost in Hedgesarea beaches have been transformedinto the conquest and development of i later be released as a movie.

: useful presents for the 19G3 Original price $229, will sacrifice in Yulee. If found, please prosperious resorts with Southwest Florida. ( I

.. graduates of Nassau County for $75. Ph./261.3089 or contact Bob Carter in Yulee. towering hotels'and apartments, While ,it has not been my priv- !. "One of the toughest shopping

: schools at RobUon Jewelry 2G1-3G95, Mrs. W. M. Bishop. tic flatwoods have been transformed ) ilege to know the author person jobs is to find a wedding present

Company. A25e tfc into inviting communities where ally I can say that he could not j that looks like it costs as muchas

-- -- -- thousands of the nation's former have written the book unless he''! it does." Bert Masterson. ,

.:.12 GUAGE WINCHESTER( DESIRABLE BUSINESS locationin SITUATION I active citizens now, enjoy life as i had spent a great deal of time'! Hartsdale (N. Y.) Masterson

pump, $50. Stevens pump, like j Yulee. Phone 225-53GG. M2c WANTEDYOUNG elder citizens. visiting the area about which he Press.

:M: new, $50. GE table radio, reg. I 11'ft.tftM_ f _.t : 1ftM \,: \, i
iuuueiu our aiin six lane: iiigu* --- --- -
.. $19.1)5l) lsell\\ for $15. West-I I
NEW SCOTTY TRAVEL TRAILER. t ways have replaced cattle trails J

i I in house table radio, new, sells'I $300 off regular price. GIRL WANTS job typing and the ox cart has given way to I I

: $21.95, NOW $15. THE BAR. Phone 2615637. A25p shorthand, filing. Full or the motor car. Bulldozers, trac- I This/ Week's Special

GAIN HOUSE, 1C North, 4th St. part-time. Phone 261-3178. MIGc tors, ditching machines have [
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Copr. LAF Service- ID'E pushed deeper and deeper into the
M MODERN COUNTRY HOME and FOR RENT AtChuck's .
wild lands to make way for vast

m acreage. Jumbo brick, 3 bed MISCELLANEOUSWATCHES : I'M SORRY, MADAM,YOUR HUSBAND Will citrus plantings and truck farms I: '

: rooms, hardwood floors, fire- APARTMENT, newly furnished, HAVE TO HAVE THE REQUIRED DOWN and at the same time earlier i
.. place bath and V I
M dining, room, chain:,link separate fence. I $::10. 111 S., 5th St. tfc AND BRACELETSand PAYMENT LIKE EVERYBODY ELSE/'/ plantings that lay in the path fI TV

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: Phone 2G1-3395. tfc !: earrings i and pins, cufflinks growing metropolitan areas
SMALL HOUSE, close in, plentyof I
been uprooted to make way for !
ana tie cups, ana razors I ASH AT SIXTH
shade. No
Couple only. dogs.
,THREE BEDROOM 1 MASONRY'home new factories, industrial plants or
and These few of
Apply Seaside Motel, 2615403.tfc. rings. are a PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE "subdivisions.
in Yulee. Hardwood floors, my favorite things all found I I new

MM carport and large utility room I at Robison Jewelry Company. FOR IUDS OF SALE TEMPORARY The story of Florida's pioneerdays BRAND NEW EVEREADY

w i on If.: acre shaded lot. Go; out FOR BEACH RENTALS, call I I (Signed) A 19G3! :rs The of Hoard Nassau of County County, Florida Commission., invite I I TilE NOTES has always interested me.
GraduateA25c IIOL'SIXHUTIIORln' OF TilE
C| 200A, turn at Hance Construction ':I 2G1-4G42, W. I. McCranie. tfc. ids for furnishing the following equip- CIT01' FEKV\VDIVA BEACH, My own experience in the state

&.! Co., white house on right.I nent, to-wit: FLORIDA takes me back some 50 years and FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES
I Two (2) two ton trucks
( ) new dump
1.1 James C. Weldon. M2p I ONE OR TWO BEDROOM fur- VANITY BEAUTY SHOP if convectional t'Peith closed cabs, Sealed proposals will be received by during that time I have traveled

nished, air-conditioned apt., Elec- Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95 Aheelbase not less than 130 inches, The Fernacdina Housing Reach Authority Florida of the (City hereinafter of the'state from one end to the

12C7 S. FLETCHER AVE. 3 bedroom tric kitchen and heat. By week, Distinctive service, budge ;quipped, gas filter with, two-speed turning signals axle, ,oil spare filer called the 'Local Authority") at [ other, many times. I can recall the Limit 8 To A

r aluminum siding, 2 car month or year. Phone 261-5896. prices. Telephone 261-4686 Poi theel, front tires 7:50 x 20, 10 ply, 319 South Eighth Street (Post Office I sand trails we used to call roads, C Customer"
i Call 261-5443. A25c tf ear tires 8:25 x 20, 10 ply, tires to be Box 521) in the City of Fernandina the rural
carts S
garage.
= tic appointment ( ube type; dual rear wheels; new Beach, Florida, until, and publicly ox one room
w --- I .jdraulically operated dump bodies opened at, Twelve o'clock Noon. I schools, razorback hogs, scrawny

: FIVE FOOT HILL display meat I IC 121 S. 5TH ST. Unfurnished apt, HOME MADE POUND cakes :jur ((4)) cu. yd. water level, with V- (E.S.T.of) en$53500000 May H, Temporary 1963, for the Notes purchase i woods cattle that roamed high- EACH OfvtE.sores,

case, Burroughs cash register, I ground floor, newly decorated.Tile layer and birthday cakes, pies wards ype side heavy-duty braces, six hydraulic inch running hoist; (Fifth Series), being issued to aid in ( ways at will, the untouched Ever-

h Toledo/ scales, like new. Phone floors, cleanest apt in All kind Call Patricia Lodge Iso one.half (1*) roll cab shields. financing. ,its. low t rent housing pro- glades and the interesting peopleof

.. 2255189. A25c town. A25c 2615332. ---tIc ill,peration.equipment Price installed to be F.complete 0. B. Fer-for jects The rrotes/: will be dated June 11, those earlier days that I came Complete Line Eveready Batteries

E FLOOR SANDING and refinish landma Beach Fla. less allowanceor 1963, will be payable to bearer on to know and respect.
t SPARTAN TRAVEL TRAILER. FURNISHED APT for rent. 1740S. trade-in of two ((2)) 1956 Ford October 4, 1963, and will bear interestat i Transistor Radio Repair
25 foot self contained. One bed. ing. Floor tile., Paul E. Hanson Jump-trucks serial Nos. F60V6U63682nd i the rate or rates per annum fixed I i Many historical novels have
7th, $50 month, water fur-
-t in the proposal or proposals accepted
Phone tf F60V6U63683. I
261-4609. been written about Florida and I
room, new frigidaire. Beautifully nished. 2G13781. tfc I One ((1) new l-;> Ton pickup truck, for the purchase of such notes. I I We Are Exclusive Agents For
All proposals for the purchase' of have enjoyed them all but "I Take
, t ) furnished., Inquire Shiell'sSwap lot less than 135 horsepower, equipped -
iF YOU HAVE a drinking prof'lem said notes shall be submitted in a i
with three
!' 511 S. 8th St. tfc 7 ROOM UNFURN. house. Phone speed syn'cro-mesh ] : This Land" by Richard Powell,
Shop, write Alcoholics Anon ransmission, heavy-duty clutch, turn- I form approved by the Local Author ] I
t- -- - -- 2613422. M2p mouse Box 338. city. EL-G-770( I ng signals, running boards, outsideear I ity. Copies of such form of proposalsand I I..: now a resident of Ft. Myers, dealing FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONERSWorld's

19G1 TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE, fenders and rear bumper Price information concerning the notes with the early development !
'I tfl be F. O B. Fernandina Reach: Fla. I may be obtained from the Local Authority -
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TRG. Top condition, $GO(). Contact THREE BEDROOM house, Five ess trade in of one ((1) 1951 model ,, at the address indicated above of the lower west coast and Lake' Best Selling Unit

F F' Emory Metts, 2G1-4195. tfc Points.'Call 2615421. 'tic Ford" pickup truck serial No. HIAT THE HOUSINIJ: AUTHORITY OF Okeechobee area impressed me

t. ---- \V WANTED .6455Vll trade-ins. may be seen by contact- THE BEACH: CITY FLORIDABY FERNANDINA I as on of the best. .......,., ., ..

.. FOR.SALE OR RENT. 3 bedroom NICE ROOM with private bath, ng A. L. Scussel. County Road Sup- JOHN T BARNES I While it is fiction, the descrip- 'r'1iWJT: -- r-- ..,. -.... ':-.YM.' :::: '- _".-"' ...'A'M. ;;':_:

;, house. Nothing down, $58 mon private entrance half block :nntendent Milliard Florida. Secretary2t --- -
.. PARENTS AND. FRIENDS of :omplete: description of equipment and 425, 5.2 I II
house. Nothing down. $58 from Post Office. Phone 261- 11 accessories attached to same with II I

!E month. Oft Bailey Road. Phone 4341 or 2G1-518G. tfc the class of 1963 who are ir pecifications must accompany each !

2G1-5419. A25p ---- -- I need of thoughtful presents for nd every bid submitted. I PUBLIC NOTICE
should be filed with D. 0 Ox- I
!lids
FURNISHED NEWLY decorated
---- --- the graduate. Come in and NOTICE OF LEGISLATION'Ta
ey, Clerk Board County Commission-I!
GIRL'S 2$ inch bike, $1:.OO '- downstairs apt. 16 -K. 5lh -St. brows* --through the complete IB, .Room10, County Courthouse i erlar'dina WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I II
Phone 261-4227. tfc Robisons. Reach. Florida, not later,than I Notice is hereby given of intention to i iI .
selection of gifts at
+ Apt. size gas stove, $25. THE 10:00 A, M May 15th., 1963 at which appij to the 1963 Session of the Florida
y BARGAIN HOUSE, 16 North A25c ire same will be considered. I.I Legislature for passage of an act
.. 4th St. UPPER LECK APTS. Complete The Hoard reserves the right to reject :I authorizing toe director u the Nassau :
w ly furnished including TV any or all bids. I I County Health Department and his
.rWAREHOUSE PUBLIC NOTICE Dated this 25th. day of April, 1963. authorized representatives to impound I
& OFFICE. Phone Phone 2G1-3118. tic HARRY POOLE, Chairman or cause to be impounded any dog'
IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTHJtDICHL
: 2G1-3549. tfc OF FLO1IDIV _\. Board County Commissioners., which has bitten a person or is suspected
FLRN1S1IED APT.fe bloc- from AND FOR CIRCUIT NASSAU COUNT. Nassau County, Florida. of being infected with rabieswithin f
Attest any area n Nassau County ,
Post Office electric
M DOZIER & GAY PAINT for kitchen: IV CHANCERYCASE D, 0 Oxley, Clerk. outside of the limits of any incorporated !I
private entrance. Phons' 2G1- NO 2554JOYCE 2t 4.25, 5.2 municipality and designate the -
colors and white.
THOMPSON JARRETT,
: every Distributor purpose-SHIELL'S, SWAP 4341 or 261-5186. tIc Plaintiff place where such dog. shall be impounded Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
I requiring the owner of any
SHOP, 511 South 8th St. is. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE cog to cooperate with said director or Will Bring Peak PerformNow! Your Life May Ie- Alignment and Balance.
APARTMENT
DOWNSTAIRS
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CIRROLL C J4RRETT,
OF SALE I his representative in the catching, Back To Your On The AcYou'll Drive
Mo- More !
E Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and Defendant confining and impounding of such ance pend Prompt Safely
I will sell for the and best
highest
HOUSE TRAILER with 2 rooms: NOTICE OF SUIT dog; authorizing the Hoard of County tor. tion of Your Brakes.
bid for cash, for wrecker ,
Calhoun Street, across street THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO service I, Commissioners of Nassau County to
attached. Terms arranged. Ph. storage and at public auction --- --- --- ---- -- -- ---- -
M CARROLL II.J JARRETT, repairs I
from school. (St. Joseph's Aca- any municipality within Nassau County
29, at 8 attlordon's
: 261.5234. tic Residence UnknownYou Dn Monday April a.m.
the fee charged for the impoundingand
N. .. demy). Phone 261-4200 or 2G1- are hereby ratified that a Com Automotive Service, Atlantic care of such dogs while confined
Ave. at beach. Fernandina Reach COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARSHcirrell's
y COMPLETE OUTFIT, like new, 3800. tic plaint: for Divorce has been filet Fla. the following automobiles: I in a pound operated by such municip-
against you and you are required to ality; providing a penalty for the
One ((1)) 1957 Oldsmobile 98, 2 door
: 12 ft. runaboututh controls violation of said law, ,and .!.
Answer providingan
of
FRESHLY PAINTED stove: a copy your 01 hardtop serial no. 579T02134, motor -- -
trailer and 35 horsepower Johnson Pleading to the Complaint on thfPlaintIff's no 416371, and, effective date.
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHEDapt Attorney THOMAS C DATED this 23rd day of April A. D.
One (1) 1953! Ford, 2door hardtop
: motor, excellent condition, private entrance.' 421 N. HALL. 11 North Fourth Street I'ei erial no. T.3FV199227: body 60B, motor 1963.BOARD STANDARD
I IlO.
w $450. Phone 2G1-4G10. tfc 3rd. uandina Beach Florida, and file the EAB60490, and. OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Auto Service
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at the OF NASSAU COUNTY
original Answer or Pleading
One ((1)) 1054;) Chevrolet 2-door coupe, .
office of the Clerk of the Circuit 1LORIDA.
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motor 0351470F544 serial no.
: MUST SELL Elliott fiberglass TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, I II Court of Nassau County Florida, on 54401924.no. It 4-25
before the 13th day of May A. D "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"I'l10E
r fishing rods. An excellent buy furnished, All electric kitchen. or Dick Gordon.3t .
fail not Decree Pro
Herein
1963 or
: at $1.95 each. TilE BARGAIN tic be entered 4-11. 18, 25 PUBLIC NOTICE .. '
,Phone 2G1-5269 or 2G1-3230. 1 Confesso will against you "
JASMLNE
261-4117 8TH AND
.. HOUSE, 1C North 4th St. for the relief demanded in the Com THE'CIRCLIT STREETS
COURT OF TilE
PUBLIC NOTICE !lIS
plaint.
SMALL UNFURNISHED house
I FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
of said for
The nature being I
sui) IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,I AND FOR NASSAU: COL'SI"WK.. ..... .
HOMESITE -- -- -
BUY} A on the Nassau for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call divorce. --- -- -- -----yo
FOURTH JUDICIAL !
I CIRCUIT Qt'lTUE I I IDA.
: River Beautiful digit 2G1-5277 for further information.tic. Witness my hand and official seal STATE OF }FLORIDA AND
as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau IV CIUSrERC.SE NO. -. ,
and dry lots at Nassauville. County, at Fernandina Beach FOR .NASSAU COUSTL'4. C1UNCERV. EDXA M. &T1LLUAOI.OV,
: Florida, this 5th day of April. A. D CASE NO. 2640 Plaintiff, '
Others with waterfront privil
1963. ROY COPPAGE, vs.* WHAT COULD A Water Heater
IWO BEDROOM unfurniiiied
Small down Plaintiff,
eges. payment.lerms (SEAL) -s- D. 0. OXLEY 'JOHN' WARREN STILLUAGGOV
house. Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassau U. Defendant.
: to suit Phone Francis
NORMA B. COPPAGE,
Ellis POpular 5-2C61, Jacksonville County Florida. Defendant. NOTICE OF SUIT I
THOMAS G. HALL EASIER?
TWO ROOM furnished apartment. Attorney for Plaintiff NOTICE TO DEFEND STATE OF FLORIDA BE That
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lie. 11 North Fourth Street, TO: NORMA B. COPPAGE, / TO JOHN WARREN STTLLWAGGONv Literally
w lernandina Beach. Florida.4t cro Rita Mae Davis 9114 Sutphin Boulevard:

LARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia II. F. SAHLMAN 411, 18, 25, 52 317 Hoppe, Alabama. Jamaica, Long Island,

M 100 X 145. $10 down, $10 PHONE 261.3221Personal You Chickasaw are hereby notified that a suit You New are York hereby notified that a suit

---- PUBLIC NOTICE in equity has been brought against has been filed above
per month. Call Howard Hammond I against you in Costs You Nothing/ '
by Roy Coppage in the Circuit
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY you entitled cause; and that you are here
: 201-3733. U: FOR TilE PXSSAC.E Ot LOCAL Court. Fourth Judicial Circuit in anti by required to file jour answer with '
7 LEGISLATION UFECTLV. TilE for Nassau County, Florida, and you I' the Clerk of this Court and to serve a
t EXTRA NICE, Three bedroom CITY OF .'ERS.S'DIS.BECII, .re hereby commanded ordered and I' copy thereof upon the Plaintiff or
to file written Answeror
requested
jour Plaintiffs whose and
attorney name
NASSAU COUNTY, FLOKHM.NOTICE
i home. Not a project, top neigh. WE ARE; LOOKING FOR IS HEREBY LIVEN: of intention defense to the Complaint filed here j address is: ".
orhootl. $12,600ith GOO I and par-I. tothe of in against you in the above entitled Mercury N. Kavoukus 30 Gal.Glass Lined10 Year Warranty
f $ ents friends of the t apply Legislature Court 1C the office of the Clerk of the P 0. Box 462 11" .n
the State of Florida its 1963
during
Tj down It'GS' who the Circuit Court in and for Nassau County
are seeking just-, 24 South 4th Street
I session for the passage of a local law,
for the graduate.i substance of which in his office in the Courthouse in! Fernandina leach, Florida .
right gift the contemplated Fernandina be- White Gas Wafer Heater
Beach Florida on or ', .
not later than
1963.
t AT YULEE, masonry three bedIt -I Come to 317 Atlantic Avenue law AIr is act as to follows amend: Section 7 of the fore the 15th day of May A. D. 1963. If you fail to May d
room home, reasonable downr and look our the wide selectionof Charter of the City of Fernandina and to serve a copy of such answers fesso will be entered against you for *
and Beach. County of Nassau. State of and defenses upon Albin C. ThompsonJr the relief demanded in the Complaint
payment monthly pajments. gifts at Robison Jewelry ., Plaintiff's Attorney, whose ad-
Florida the same being Chapter 8949, The nature of the suit being divorce.
"If H JLM Store. A25c Laws of Florida pec.al Acts of 1921; :cress is 303 Atlantic Avenue, Fernan- Witness my hand and the seal of said Your Electric Water Heater Will Make Down Payment. Pay
:dma leach Florida, on or before said *
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Court at Fernandina Beach, Nassau
EXTRA NICE, TWO BEDROOM the purpose of this local law will be
date required by the Laws of flor-
home, fine neighborhood. Large I to 1:teach authorize, Nassau said County City, of Honda Fernandina, to increase ida and as the 1954 Florida Rules of Civil AD.County Florida, this 24th day of April ments Up To $5.00 A Month Can Be Made From Your Savings
1963.'s"
C HELP WANTED Procedure. If you fail to do so a Decree .
lot D. .
$7,950vith $300 down, $50 its borrowing power to a sum 0. OXLEY
Pro Confesso will be entered
Two Hundred and Clerk of the Circuit Court On Fuel.
f* month. Immediate not exceeding Fifty ,
for the relief demanded
occupancy.ONE Thousand Dollars ($250.00000)( for a against you 4t 4-25, 5-2, 9, 16 .
in the ComplaintYou
M"a GUARANTEED N. Y. 1 live-in penod not exceedurg one year, at a are further notified that the I .
of interest not sa
: NEW BRICK, three bedroom maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare advanced. per rate centum per annum greater, than nature of said suit is Divorce. The I WE NOW HAVE ON DISPLAY THE NEW
of the Court
name in which this suit
F den, H, baths, 150 foot Mallory Agency, 576 CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH oas been instituted is. Circuit Court. I Smokey Says:

t frontage. $11,950 with $500 Merrick Rd., Lynbrook, N.T. BY Acting: J. CLAYTON City Manager SANDERS Fourth Judicial Circuit Nassau Coun- i ROPER "CHARM"BUILTIN .
Florida and the abbreviated title ,
tr FHA or Va. Mlop It 4-18 ;)y i this case is Coppage. Coppage.It I, SOME,), !!?t?.,SO AN SO .
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John T. Ferreira & Son is hereby ordered that this Notice BURNED UP MY i
TWO WAITRESSES for immed- PUBLIC NOTICE hall be published once a week for
I SOS Atlantic Ave. Phone 261.5571 iate employment. Lannon's Fire NOTICE OF LEGISLATION' four (4) consecutive weeks in the Ferrandma woaos RANGES ;
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Beach News Leader, a newspaper '
t SAVE 50', on 2-manual electronic bird Restaurant, U. S. 17 North TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of general circulation in said \t-
< Notice is hereby given of intention tc
Nassau County in Fenracdina Beach
... organ. Also 30ch electric Yulee, Florida. A25c apply to the 1963 Session of the Florida Nassau County, Florida t Kt's sa .
Legislature for passage of an act attKi: ;
r range. Both excellent WITNESS my hand and as Clerk of
condition.
SALESLADY, must be competent to repeal Chapter 61721. Laws of said Circuit Court of Nassau County tRCSWi
: Call 2G1-5457. tic neat and energetic. Some I) Florida being on act relating to aL r lorida. and the seal of the said Good ;
counties ot the state having Housekeeping
y -- -- a pepuU Court at Fernandina Beach. Nassau
t4 FRENCH PROVINCIAL Spinet office work. Give references. lion of not less than seventeen thou County, Florida, on the 28th day of ,
with bench. $300. Write Box R, care News-Leader sand (17X( i nor more than nineteen March. 1963.
Phone
26153S2. thousand (18.000 according to the
-s-D. O OXLEY
u tic ltci latest official decennial census; providing Clerk of the Circuit Court. J
r __ for a method of assessing and in and for Nassau County Gas & Appliance Co.
COOK and WAITRESSES. Must collecting all special taxes in special at Fernandina Beach Florida.s .
ALL STEEL "ALLJGATIOR" have health card. Apply in taxing districts in such counties: providing Albin C Thompson. Jr. ;
w coal range, priced to sell at $15. per. compensation for Tax Assessoi Attorney for Plaintiff,
son Blue Seas. A25c aDd Tax Collector a connection therewith Avenue,
J08
.. Atlantic L 225-5U6
Wood-burning heater, $12.50 ; providing an effective date. Fernandina Beach, Florida. FLORIDA ;: :
Inside and outside enamel house
*. paint, 1st class paint, $2.95 gal. List experience, age, references. 1963.BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i 1.

THE BARGAIN HOUSE! }1C Write,Box A, d/o News Leader.tic. OF NASSAU. COUNTY Trade 'At Home i L-P GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICEt :

North 4th St. It FLORIDA 4-25 Its enough to male,anyone brad! i

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Page Ten iNews-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday; April 25, 1963 -- -- -- I
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I log commander of the High Altitude :Offshore Fishing Club Custom Made

I Only Birthdays Keep Special Forces 1' Low Opening (HALO) Com- t Slip Covers. Drapes
mittee of the Special Forces Train-

Sergeant W. E. Edge From Parachuting<< ing Group (Airborne) made his ". FIXES .MATERIALSt
"millijump" during demonstration
I a Marks Wrecked Ships .. GUARANTEED:
It was no novel experience for the same thing 999 times before, i I of Special Forces skills pre- Ii WORKMANSHIP
Special Forces Sergeant William : from every type Army aircraft i sented for high ranking Thai officers "a.. t FREE ESTIMATES

I E. Edge when he stepped out of I and at heights ranging: from 900!' who visited the U. S. Army By Commcdore E. B. Philips, Fishing piers are fished by thou- I On the same trip these fishermen -
a Caribou plane at 14,000 feet on I to 32,000 feet. i, Special Warfare Center at Fort j Lt._ Cot USMCR I I: sands of people each year and it I and skindivers proceeded to Jerry's Draperies
11, lie had done : The and Bragg, N. C. where he, i is" presently The Fernandina ; ,.
April _virtually operation. sergeant act- : l Beach Offshore is a well known fact that more I the Rayonier Pipeline to check on ;
-------- stationed. Fishing Club has taken a great fish are caught from the pier I the drum. Many people object to 6Slip Covers
I His 1,000th parachute jump II step forward in improving the I area than from a like area of 1 skindivers and loud protests lia'ebeen
none 261-i<41 1120 South 8th St.
I makes the tactical freefall instructor fishing potential of Fernandina open ocean. So if the person: or [ made that they take';,an un- i 1
Once you use' *WBllPflh! one of a handful of men Beach, who I
I i by placing permanent persons have removed the fair advantage of the fish and ----
in the United States, all of them bouys on two large shipwrecks : bouys from the wrecks},; in the pastis I deplete the stock of fish to the
Army 'chutists, who have amass just east of North Fletcher Ave. a friend or --relative of yours i point that the hook and-line fish- -
ed such a record. I Howard tell him that he will be do- .
morning, Hammond please
iugffuIIohIoppJI1I7 aturday : ermen suffer. The. Saturday; trip!
It has taken Edge only 10 yearsto' and his crew from Fern nI ing himself a favor if he leaves indicated that this is not a valid I' J'5t.4 SISTER BESSIE I
build up his 1,000-jump record. I dina ,Beach, Jacksonville skin divers i these bouys in place! I objection. About fifteen skindiv- {;flf1. '
HEADER, HEALER & ADVISER
He started in 1953, and has been
five boats from Howard Hammond dean of the
the Fishing I
and
'J I ers had a lot of fun looking for
you'll never go back a. top Army parachutist ever 1: Club set out from the W li l- local skindivers, piloted the boats drum. They did not spear a single llY&v.c.J..tJlJu.Y I Have The God Given Power To

I since. i( come Station for the areahere to the general area where the one. Hook and line fishermen Heal Bv Prayer.
to "hard He has been instructor at R \
an
work"paints the'wrecks known be. first wreck located. The boats
were to : was working in exactly the same area
'r' the Ft Benning, Ga. jump school; These wrecks are excellent fishing j formed a line about 500' across : hooked three large drum and 14 i S: I Will Guarantee To Help -

Once was one of a hand-picked cadreof spots for small drum bass, J and, dragging grappling hooks on boated one. Since fewer fishermen \ In Bad
you see bow effortlessly new cr.ucite" 10 trained in freefallingwhen i I "\, \ If You are SIck. Worried or
men sheepshead, etc. and the exact location a long line, proceeded forward at hooked fish than the skin-
more I ''I
House Paint flows on-how it dries in min: the Army first authorized \ Luck. No problem is too great for
has been known select ;, slow Soon the wreck
I to a speed. was divers, it appears that the hook is i
utes-bow casy.it: is to clean up with soap the technique in 1958; and served few for many years. Bouys had ; hooked. The skindivers took'off more lethal than the spear! I II' SISTER BESSIE

J ,, and water after painting, )ou'Jl never go with the Army Parachute Team been placed on the wrecks by I' below shackled on the large orange 1 You are invited to the If you have ,anything that, worries you don't wait! See her
back: to,oil base: paints. from its founding in I960(() until sports fishermen, and skindivers, bouy, climbed aboard and' join ; TOfU Y. Also Love,Iariale, Divorce, Business and Business
r y And "Lucite" is he joined the Special Forces last unfortunately however, there are I I took off for the second wreck.Thu Fernandina. Beach Offshore affairs. ,See .her about your Loved Ones. ,
t A incredibly durable-dries year. some local fishermen who are not.! procedure was again followed ing Club at the next Fish-I SATISFACTION: GUARANTEED ALL ARE WELCOME
;: flat finish without the temporary As a team leader of the Army OPEN 7 A.M. TO 10.P.M. ALSO SUNDAYS!
very good sports and they have until the wreck was located. which will be held at Herb White's,!;
shine ot old fashioned paints. Hides !, Team, he traveled 39 states and II Located 2 Miles South of Fernandina Beach at Five Points.
surface I either cut or pulled loose these | The first wreck was over 200 feet Outboard Sales, 122 S. 8th St: at I
I Watch for Indian Head Sign in Front.
,, imperfections,resists chatting, crack. numerous foreign nations for demonstrations bouys. It is difficult to under- long, and the second consisted of I
and He j j 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 30. Out See her for )'our'utky Days and Lucky Numbers
':d in?, dirt and fading. ; I competitions. stand a person this selfish. j I what appeared to be a large anchor I Fernandina Beach, Florida
is authorized to wear both the of town members are invited. You
t\ Fishing a spot will not deplete i, and a large amount of ballast
i German Army parachutist's badge the supply of fish, but tends to rock. In the few minutes the I can profit greatly by joining,,and --
"! I and the Republic of China. jump improve it by the increased supplyof I'boats were over the second wreck j the Club needs your support in

: I wings. And of _course, Sgt. Edge I feed that the fishermen bring. a large sheepshead was boated, !ii i order to- carry out its objective of i Try A Classified I Ad Fcr Quick I Results
wears the U. S. Army master \ i.I i I improving fishing conditions i in I I I
parachutist's badge which i is .I.II i t the Fernandina Beach area.
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awarded after a man's first 65
Pirates Win 6-5
jumps.In KACA

/i 1' r : I to four open times.his his 1,000 He reserve jumps has ,never chute he has had only had a Over Blue Devils Bowling I League II. WeJre "Iosin'y a u a Everything Must Go!


/\1\ot\ \ I I Army malfunction troop during drop. His a standard birthdayI In Home GameRonnie BY II. B. ELLIS, JR. Many Items Will Be Sold For Whatever The

tlLUCITE I brought him his only bad II WEEK OF 4.18
r luek. In freefall drops, on four Sapp and Steve Thomas Total Customer Can Pay. ALL Is Going For The

o p House Paint I consecutive birthdays, November combined their pitching efforts Team Standings W L Pins BEST OFFER
17, 1959, 1961 and 1962,
I960 and allowed the Green Cove
Bombers
73 43 77451Murray's
'' tLt M Sgt Edge's has refused THIS WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE FOR THE VERY BEST BUYS.
canopy Springs Blue Devils only four Store 55 61 75475
0 -_ Ito open. scattered hits as thf Pirates edged I Paper Mill 55 61 73194'I COME IN DEFORE'EVERYTHING[ IS )PICKED OVER.
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LLu. This jinx"started I
mysterious "birthday
the visitors, 6-5, in a home Hadden Mixers 52 64 75360 CLOTHES OF ALL KINDS .
a' in 1953 when, on another .- -
\ 12 BEAUTIFUL COLORS game last Thursday afternoon. J High Team, 3-Gamcs ,
\>AND INTERMIXES I November 17, an aircraft collided Fernandina scored the winningrun 1 Hadden Mixers 2865 SHOES DRESSESMEN'S SUITS JACKETS PANTS

with his _ _
i canopy. Bombers 2806 -
in the last of the' seventh : j --
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$8.55 I, Sgt. Edge has vowed to spend when Steve Thomas wa, pastedby j Paper Mill 2775 1 BOSS KEROSENE 20" BOY'S BIKE .........__....__......._ $7.50
0)) all.. future birthdays in bed. a pitch with the bases% full, ) High. Ind. 3-Games RANGE NEW $135.00 S
i But all the other days of the 4 5 16" GIRL'S BIKE ....._.._..... .. $7.50
':/ ( forcing jn the winning run. The C. Braddock 635 I LIKE NEW, NOW ..,._.._ ,
be
GAL will spent developing new
:: year inning opened with Starrett and : B. Grider 624 I --
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tactical freefall methods, teaching SMALL TRICYCLE $2.00
them to Special Forces troopersand Ronnie Sapp singling, and John : B. Pilkinton 605 APT. SIZE GAS STOfELIKE $35 I -=- P'_
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: Barniak safe on an error which High, Team Game NEW A BARGAIN '
going for his 2,000 jump i -
NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY i I I ADMIRAL REFRIGERATOR
loaded the bases. Thomas was at Hadden Mixers 984 $35
mark. bat and had two. strikes when I :i FREEZER 'TOP ........_..................... I
Bombers 957 WRINGER TYPE qe I
Sgt. Edge is the son of )Ir. and $
COMPANY Mrs. W. E. Edge of Yulee, and Hodge, Green Cove pitcher, un- Paper Mill 938 WASHING MACHINES
loaded high, hard one that belt- = CROSLEY CONSOLE TV ......... $35
-,. has a brother, John Edge, of Fer a I I High, Ind. Game !I ___ __ (
ed Thomas in the back "to forcein 1,
Tl'29 S. 8th Street Phone 261-3648 nandina Beach. the R. Hadden 258 SOLOX -
run.Green S $1 .85
(From U. S. Army Service Publication H. Ellis 221 Denatured Alcohol pee. DRAMEX-INDOOR
1 Cove scored first with a : C. Braddock 75c al.THE
--- -- ) single run in the first inning, but 219 ,1 1I gal.| WATER PAINT, ....._..__._ .
i High Scratch Bowlers : _
the Pirates came back with four .
i R. Hadden 244-562
when Steve Beckett walked
runs ''C. Braddock 186-53G NEXT TO "'
Benny Alvarez was safe on a FFICEIOV
Does your I for I fielder's choice, Alaji. Cover was B.. Grider Pilkinton. 180528B. 191530B. BARGAiN .HOUSE BEHIND POST

a safe on an error, and Tommy .
STUTTER, Jones and Joe Thrift singled. Joyce 181- 516 : 16 North 4th St.
cliiNE C. Hodge 178-513 I I'J. Open 11:00 a.m. To 6:00 p.m.
engine Fernandina's fifth run came in ': Will&mson 178-508
0 the second inning when Corbett .III -- ----
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FALTE .
walked and Cover
1 JERK I walked, Alvatez -
I belted a long fly that scored I LIVE BETTER WITH A
'. STALL* from 'Corbett from third base. ,i II I

\ or : ____________________ 1! Three walks and a single scor I *** 9
I jed two runs for Clay County in r ywI
the third and two errors and a
If so. 1 single accounted for the final two
runs for the visitors in the fifth.

Ronnie Sapp's three for three ,
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I : topped Feinandina hitters while II I It ,
1 Alvarez and Starrett had two his t t
Get car's motor for {
your ready 'each. Tommy Jones and Joe :, F

I Thrift accounted for the other I II
carefree driving l in the warm- i two Fernandina hits. II II I I '

1 Hodge Wilson, Pual and Clark I :
weather months ahead
THIS I had the four hits for Green CoveSprings. ,
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trY ;
s hRVf Score by inning: ,
Only ,'/ OF FFRI CF Fdna. 410 000 1 6 9 5 rI 4 4I H {

Green Cove 102 020 0 5 4 5 t
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Thomas, Sapp and Cover I f .' '
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: 6j 1, "' Sweat, ]Hedge and Pual. I ..
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1 S.S. Provides More\" f _, ::.7d fi ,
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any sixcylinder ... : sa- \ -
car // (.I:1 II! ,' Than Retirement I 1 4t

88* J .t i 1I I LLv7
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any eight -_ Advises Director > Gf
cylinder car Woo oJ

*Parts extra if needed /.: 'I Many people in the Fernandina ,, !
Beach and Yulee areas are not I '
WE DO ALL THIS. aware of all the benefits avail- 6 y ,1.

able to them under social scur- .,
0 Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs 0 Check Coil l and Condenser ity, R. B. Donaldson, social security -

Clean and Set Points 0 Check Generator and vile,district noted manager today. in Jackson-I

0 Set Timing Voltage Regulator "A lot of people just don't H: ,

know," Donaldson said, "that so-I
0 Adjust Carburetor 0 Check Battery cial security means more' than t

just retirement benefits, that social
Just Say "CHARGE IT".. Jake months to pay security also provides bene- .
fits for workers and their families I
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-- !' in case of the wage earners iI
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t Vtrest i one NEW TREADS 1 Social Security is l lifetime pro- t '
: i tection against loss of income, i ., < '
\ \ APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE brought cut the manager. x
BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES'
lIe noted that many people are ,
: WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE losing out on benefits to which

ii3 1 Narrow or Wide Design, they are entitled. He pointed out
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that benefits are not automatic, hI'T\\
Tubeless I or Tube-,type 4 fnt* and that an application must be*i .

.. M : fired with the social security of-I .. .

Our New Treads fice. "People who have questions. I
identified by Medallion cAd shop mark, are
GUARANTEED about social security should get j ,
.. r.Arcing detects in workmanship and materials during W. of tru in touch with us," Donaldson said,j jthat's I .
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2.Acatnat normal md haunts (nctvt nrairaM 4949teed "make : -
'9 punctures) enroun> what we're here for. Why do" ? : :
in everyday pa sntcf car use for It months. '
Replacement* prorated oa tread war and baaed oo list prices current Donaldson noted that his office :I I \ .
'at tune ol adjuktmenL has had several recent cases. in j ,. .

.. _-nn !&R rmumc,ncc; ;>.M. cu?? E- Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires which local people almost lost out'I,
on benefits because they assumed ;: There's so much NEW :

FRS1 CAR SAFETY that social security was just I Ii i]i ....
: "some sort of pension plan for old j

i people." I, : ELECTRIC ;
I Local residents were urged by in REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS

Donaldson to call, write, or visit 1
the Jacksonville social security office *
/ If BEACH SUPPLY 625 Julia Street
at telephone
number ELgin 4-7111, to find out I
protection more about their social security Florida Public Utilities' Co. :

118 Atlantic i Avenue Phone 261-4482

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