Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
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: May 2, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00018
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Jaycees P Promoting City-wide. Clean Up Paint Up Fix Up Campaign SEE FOR JUST DETAILS RAMBLW,

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Of Service 4I ernan i tQU5xtCUflCt! For Local News

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: Since 1358 Absorbed by Purchase, Merger or Succession. The Florida News, The East'FlondianThe Peninsula. The ternanoma Courier, The Island City, Feraaitt'ia Ooserver. Fernandina Express, The Fernandina News The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star. The News The Fernandina Record.
I Feinanduia News-Record. Nassau Coum.v Leader, The Outlook. The Florida-Georgia News, The Fernandina News, The Buccaneer.
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Ji//MI//fl' I i Weisner Cites School Needs;

Scores Low Teacher Salaries


I _. I John Weisner, guest speaker at County depends largely on the I this will take an additional $112
Best wishes to the Fernandina
; 4 __the Lions Club's regular weekly current session of the Legisla I
Beach .High School Band as they ,4 : 000.He
session on Tuesday night at Sea ture. cited also the
extreme dif-
leave. Friday morning for the it ,. side scored the low
__ Inn, salaries Weisner said that Nassau ficulty being experienced in
state contest at Fort Walton paid teachers in Nassau County should, have a minimum teacher i curing competent teachers, adding se-

-I Beaeh. I'm not the superstitious tt' ," _* and said that survival of an adequate salary of $4200 per year and that that the fast growth of the state
type so am predicting that this .__
I fine group will return with their 4'; / .' %L' .'____ 4 education system i in Nassau -for the-necessary- --225- ---teachers- --- .: has promoted the need for 7,441
'' new teachers for
next school
usual straight Superior ratings. '
k4 ." : year and that only 1,570 are being -
Congrats to all who contributed -
in any way to the campaign to Second Rabid Raccoon ; trained in Florida colleges. .

raise funds necessary for the trip. This lack of balance, he said,
-tr i1tai ; : : means that teachers must be recruited -

The"Junior Chamber of Commerce from other states. This is

i is currently running a survey becoming more difficult all the
of the business areas of the : *&' In Nassau County 'I time, he said, since other areas:
: simply are outbidding Florida
I city as a prelude to the awardingof I I for

,a prize and the recognition 'of %- 4 new teachers' services.
the"" local t merchant who does the :* i I A raccoon, killed in the Yulee the raccoon was badly laceratedand I He noted that Rep. Tom Slade,

p most to add to the attractiveness j WILDLIFE OFFICERS OF THE FLORIDA GAME AND ried on from a Commission truck that releases the finger- area Saturday, was found to be : it is assumed that it had been of Jacksonville, has proposed an

of his place of business during FRESHWATER FISH COMMISSION are shown as they lings from tanks through long pipes to avoid handlingthe rabid by the Florida State' Boardof fighting with dogs. additional one cent sales tax as

the month of May. Besides the i released several thousand black bass fingerlings in Lofton fingerlings. At right, Wildlife Officer L. M. Crewsis Health Laboratory. The head of I Health Dr. B.Officer F. Woolsey stated that County this an aid to schools.

recognition, the Jaycees will reimburne ,I Creek recently. The' restocking program is being carried shown as he deposits a bucket of the small bass into makes uninoculated dog in "I oppose such an increase,"
I the store owner for up to on throughout Northeast Florida to improve future less accessible spots. Crews said that bluegill bream will Band Leaves FridayFor that : area any potentially dangerous, said Weisner, "based on the fact
ten gallons of outside paint. May I that such
,4 I 1 or ,E,.J..Smith has! issued a Clean. bass fishing. Other creeks in the county to be stockedare also be added to the stream this Fall. i i'j Ft. Walton Beach and he cautioned that all dogs in'' the county revenue in which goes it was back col to

Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up proclama- Mills! and Boggy. At left the operation is. being car- And State Contest that vicinity be watched for the lected. This means that, since a
next six weeks. If they appear'sick
1 with the Jay.
tion in cooperation great portion of Nassau money is
tee effort. In a statement, the :i THe Fernandina Beach High they should be confined and spent in Duval County, this coun-

I Jaycees cited the great natural: Frederic F. Gaines Unreporte Earnin'gsBring I Cancer Society School Band leaves Friday i''he the added.Health Department notified, ty would benefit little from this

beauty of Amelia Island and, I morning fcr Fort Walton Beach, measure."

I urged everyone to pet into the Ii Funeral Services ; Slates Lights-On f where they are entered i in the :' This is the second confirmed He quoted that $16,226,000 is
case of rabies raccoons in
I among
"sp'riffg. cleaning spirit"A i state contest. collected in sales tax in Duval
I the County since the first of the
I The contest will run through County as compared with
few instances have been Held Wednesday Stiff Sentences Crusade FridayThe Saturday night. and the band I year. The first was in the ex- |' $331,000 in Nassau. only
noted: where people who are normally ,, will return on S 'nd3\. treme West end.of the County on
I "All children deserve
WI' February 28. This that the an equal
downtown means i
in the area
Frederic F. Gaines died Sunday I American Cancer Society Latest donors .in the campaign I opportunity through a first class
incident of rabies ,
throughout the day have taken All five convicted of among
Unreported earnings brought funds
men were the
to provide I
in Jacksonville holds its 1963 Crusade education system and until Nassau
night a hospitaland Lights-on
'I advantage of the removal of the fines to five Negroes in the courtof failing to notify the proper authorities I for the band to make the trip widely spread over the county. ,
I I in rises from its 64th
funeral services held Nassau
County tomorrow, positionin
_ parking meters. But, as a whole, Wednesday at 11 a.m. in were St. Peter's County Judge J. E. (Gene) that they were working day. Fr.i-I: are Y. E. Hall, ,Mr. and Mrs. I (Continued on Page Six) I the 67 counties of the state in
the cooperation of those who Weatherford. I and receiving compensation from W. N. Galphin, :Mr. and Mrs. E.
teacher this will not be
work in *this has been excellent Episcopal Church. : More than 300 volunteers will i iI I pay possible ;
area their employer for their services V. Garcia, Mi. and Mrs. John "
Ellisor Ferreira Conducts continued Weisner.
- Rev. James D. rector, 'join forces with some 2,000,000'similar
It 'was feared that many while still
drawing unemployment Gregory, the Duncan L. Clinch
officiated at the last rites. Cremation lIe contributed the low statusto
I volunteers theI
throughout .
would refuse to cooperate In the Bob Waite Tells compensation.A Historical Society of Amelia Island '
effort, and would leave their cars1)clkT' : followed and the remainswere I nation in the annual Cancer Cru-, .- I' the $3700 starting salary for....
interred in St. Peter's Ceme- number of counts were listed !1 sade. and the local chapter of the Forestry Group teachers in Nassau County.
) \ "where they work in locations against each man but only a limited Society for the Preservation and (Continued on Page Two)'
formerly controlled by the met. tery.The Local Rotarians : Mrs. Margaret Oxley, LightsI of Barber Shop
: number were filed. The action -! Encouragement
deceased who had lived in
ers. The action by the city was serves notice that a closer I on Chairman, said the drive has ; Singing in America.! Meet In Orlando
aimed at stimulating business in I Fernandina Beach for 17 yearsuI : two objectives "to save lives | I II Little '
administrative to Of Water Survey check is being made in this field. League
I was assistant and in the fa- i iI
the downtown area and is on a ; now to save
I Nassau County Sheriff H. J. Judge Weatherford fined Tom- I In..,.,.,.." I I Barber I Louis Ferreira, president of the
?' six months trial basis. Youngblood for eleven my Lee Oliver $187.50 or 60 daysin u. Shoppers Florida National Bank of Fer-
I years. j I| BY PAUL WARWICK The chairman urged "all of the And Senior League
lIe born Wilkes-Barre, jail. He was charged with defrauding i nandina Beach, was in Orlando
II The unusually large"number of was I Fresh water requirements for I I people of Nassau County to. take
I in the amount of$76.I >Tuesday to conduct an organizational -
'Pa. to ah, Ga: at Practice Sessions
- craft, -rufiisring from! pluih j s4t3 an ,early movljj age. He''.attende van WoodI Fernandina Beach's' residents and Elijah Mack, charged with ,defrauding :'I, an active part in achieving. these t r I 0.. meeting of the Forestry: : Open Monday
to small runabouts, that_have : industries at present and in the objectives. j
fined Committee of the Florida Bank
$68, wa $187.50.or
orest School, i in Orange, \
been using the facilities .of the1new 1 I bury J JI i future .\Veredescribed and .
fore r Show
Va., 'and Syracuse University. 1'I 1 60 days. j "Heeding the advice in the literature j For Annual er's Association
Marina and visiting BY CURT GORDON
City I local
cast to Rotarians Wednesday
left volunteer
Edmond Green
Prior to his position with theSheriff's charged with |I i by a Ferreira was named chairmanof
Florida Marine Welcome Station 'I he by Bob Waite, representative defrauding $99, was fined $212.50 on you can help save your this committee at the recent The Little League and Senior
Department, was afire {I The local chapter of the Society -
the News-Leader to be.gin I League baseball will
of the
prompts S. Geological Survey. 75 days. I life. A contribution programs
1 insurance engineer. | or generous for the Preservation and Encouragement i annual convention of the Bankers
carrying ,the listings on the lie is survived by, his widow Waite, introduced by Rotarian Earl Davis, charged with de- I would help save other lives now of Barber Shop i Association in Miami Beach. get underway Monday afternoon
Mazln&jLojr. Each week our readertl Ken Forehand, is working in the (Continued on Page Two) as well as in the future." and Monday night with impressive
Mrs. Elizabeth Ames Gaines; two I Singing in America is The committee works closely
able how Quartet ceremonies slated to take at
be to : place
: will see many Southeast and has : The immediate objective of the ,
headquarters I.
themselves of the fa. daughters Mrs. William A. Pop- : conducting regular practice sessions with the vast pulp and paper industry : each ball park to the
boats) 'avail in Brunswick in his quest of dataon (Continued on Page Six) I get seasons
Jacksonville and Mrs.! Associate Editor the and is
duties who the owner is, his ad. I peU of I in anticipation of their annual I in state current. officially underway.The .
dress and size of his craft. Look Samuel E. Stewart, Jr., of Fer which underground local water wells in this area 'n Baptist Hospital show on )May{ \l. | ly concerned with beneficial leg- I Senior League will get the
supplies private -
for the Marina Log in this and nandina Beach; one son, Frederic Few Tickets Left The "Festival Of Harmony"will j islation. ball rolling with an afternoon
succeeding issues. F. Gaines, Jr., of Jacksonville; a : water.and commercial, with their For Eye OperationMrs. For Woman's Club be staged !In*the 'high school 1 Members of Ferreira's commit. I game getting underway at five

.1 sister, Mrs. John Y. Lambert ofi; auditorium with curtain time set I tee are as follows: o'clock on Monday afternoon.The .
(Continued on Page Two) The speaker said latest figures. Geraldine Sheffield, associate Dance Saturday., for 8:00: .
If you are interested in current p.m.A I i R. L Dewey Executive Vice : Falcons and the Redbird
as of 1959, showed Fernandina editor of the News-Leader ;
legislative action, write to I' number of outstanding quartets : President Munroe and Chambliss will pry off the lid for the Senior
In the Beach to be using some 50,000,000 s in Baptist Hospital, Jackson 1 At press time just a few tickets 1.I the show with
I countv delegation will participate in National Bank, Ocala Walter C. League Charlie Tomlinson
your John Tester NamedTo gallons of water daily, all of it ville, where she underwent eye : were left for the dance at theWoman's '
to i the Buddies his debut in the
Florida Lezhlature or your including Barbershop Dodson, President Florida National making league as
Congressman from this district. I drawn from rock strata in counties 3urgery on Wednesday.She I Club Saturday night. j'I I'of Blackshear Ga..t: and\ the Jax- Bank, Port St. Joe; T. H. manager 'of the Falcons against

[) northeastern Flori a. About S>&r, ) ) } ftroa h The "KttfcmS awSvili n nt\ \\ .
and dwn'l) count. {t does. \1 Local quartets 'foe'jiars & 5 Sastyear's : ) EP', .\\' .< I o! this usage, he said, is 1>? in return home !fvwtfor con: Theme ol the .212nua} ait&; 50S; ;
The only time it doon't count is show, win 'a a1l\ perform.The Y. lluiaforesSy Exwativt VSre)' vnby wgfvt( at tta L(te Lea-
For YearI dustries which rely on a bounti- valescence. Her condition is reported I the "Roaring 20's". A buffet supper '
write it. Coming Continued Five) (Continued Page Six)
when you don't j I Nassau Sounds are Claude ( on Page on
t (Continued on Page Ten) as satisfactory. will be served at $1 per plate. j' : j
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.j Members; Club, are of somewhat the Offshore more Fishing than-, At the the Fernandina annual election Beach meetingof Junior I =!lIlIlIIllIlIlIIaJ! lmlJmllaIJ/lillIIllmmmIImmllmilllllili11lIllilllllilllllll! ;: ;/ ; ; ; !!: : lllllillllllllllIIlImllllllllllliIIIIiIIllIIIllIIIIIIIll,1! I11111IimmlllmllllilllJmU )i Glad Dudley Tones and are Russell Fred Bond Still., Don Thei Mrs. W. M. Brooks, Funeral ServicesFor

over the wrecked ship just South night, John Tester was named as I Himmelman. 80 Is Buried Today Mrs. Smith ..
of the South jetties. Considerable president of that body for the I Members of the SPEBSQSA ,,

time and effort by the members coming year.'i'ester Chorus are Richard Adler. John
and skin divers went into chaining succeeds Curt Lasserreas ii 9rotlantat Barniak, David Bowers, Dick In Bosque BelloMrs. 1 To Be 'Held Friday.

lue, buoy to the 200 ft. wreck head of the Jaycees.: Crumpler, Rex Dudley, Evert El- .

recf'ntly'ith the intent of pro- Named to serve with Tester are vin, J. P. Ewing, Ken Forehand, Alma Cochran Brooks, 80, Funeral services for Mrs. Ileg.-

moling additional fishing I h this John Thompson, vice president; Claude Haddock, Tom C. Hall, was laid to rest today in Bosque sie McGuire Smith, 58, will Tie

area... When they replace it the Leon Jones, secretary and James Mayor E. J. SMITH today officially proclaims a Clean Up-Paint Up (Continued on Page Six) j, Bello Cemetery, following funeralat held Friday at 3 p.m. in the Ox-
have on' I
to put
buoy they plan Bowers, treasurer. First Baptist Church at 3:00 ley Mortuary ChapeL She passed
-Fix Up campaign for Fernandina Beach and citizen'to
Coast Guard charts in an effort' New board members are Jim : urges every participate
Rev. James A. Dunnam Wednesday afternoon in
I p.m. pas- away
to penalize the next ones to de- Reatty, Bob Gingles and Jake in this year's program. : Kiwanians Hear tor, officiated, assisted by Rev. Macclenny. .*.

strQy same. Mottayaw.The John Lewis Jones, pastor of Me- Following last rites, the de.
- ', iSr v new officers will assume Today's proclamation was as follows: I Howard ArmstrongTalkOnEyeBank morial Methodist Church. ceased will be interred in Bosque
favorite Georgian, Ix>nnie Instal- .
Our | their seats at the Annual Mrs. Brooks passed away Tues. Bello Cemetery.
rope, assistant director of the lation and Civic Awards Banquet
I morning in local hospitalShe Mrs. Smith was well known
day a
Road Board was here WHEREAS, the general health and welfare of our citizens depend
Georgia on May 18, when Senator Scott
was a native of Terrell! here, having lived with her sea,
last week for one of his too in'requnt Kelly of Lakeland will be guest __ wholesome surroundings arising from clean living conditions
upon good I I If II County, Ga., and had lived in Fer Henry G. Taylor of 300 Seeth
visits to his beach home. I
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Y'I'H"' and J Howard Armstrong, manager : She was a member of the First She is aleo survived by anotherson
Davis of Douglas,
Redding I Church, Edith Stertz Wo W. C. Taylor of Tampa and
Service Division
bf the Ordinary
tame away with one of the most Weinautj Crumpler WHEREAS, the lives and property of our people can be endangered
and the two daughters, Mrs. Virginia
golf stories I have = I of South East Home Office of i man's Missionary Society
heard humorous lately. The story was told :, by fire and accidents caused by littered and cluttered conditions in. homes, j Prudential Insurance Company of ; Founders Garden Circle. I Gautney of Birmingham, Ala., and
Receive PromotionsAt America, guest speaker at (Continued on Page Six) Mrs. Mary Gill of Tampa.
of was
on Ed Gaynor, vice president of places public assembly, alleys and streets and -- I ----
and Paper Co. the regular meeting of Kiwanis I
the Brunswick Pulp -

and, Road a new Board.member Seems of the Ed,Georeia who- Container Corp. -- WHEREAS, a clean and beautiful community is a' proud and prosperous I I Club sented Monday to the club night.He membership was pre byKennetJi i Scoutmaster and Scouts of Troop 89'

one and Sturges, chair
lives on St. Simon's Island, was program
having one of his worst rounds on R. E. Phinney, general manager = Honored At District Court of Honor
of the local division of Con. man.Armstrong is chairman of the
and No. 18 giving him I WHEREAS I
the links was unity of effort is required for future development of our >
trouble than a man should be tainer Corporation of America, Northeast Florida Sight Conservation
more expecled: to bear. After taking far i,I announced this week that Ray- community. Committee of the Lions Scoutmaster Ralph Wood and During the Court of U....,

too many shots already, Ed came I mond J. Weinaug, Jr., has been Club, and a member of the Arl. all the members of Troop 89 were Troop 89 was also presented the

(Continued on Page Six) I appointed Assistant Pulp Mill THEREFORE, I, E. J. SMITH, Mayor of the City of Fernandina ington Lions ,Club. He attended signally i honored Monday night at rotating trophy for atteftdaaee
Superintendent.Veinaug = I Syracuse University, and ha and Troop 171 received the tio-
\ is a graduate Mechanical = Beach, do hereby encourage a Clean Up-Paint Up-Fix Up campaign as I been affiliated with the Jackson- the Nassau District Court of lion. phy for advancement

Dow Dixon Winner Engirteer of the Rennselaer -- a year-round continuous project, and most respectfully call upon all departments -- (Continued on Page Six) or for April. Larry Lan on was aeeerded the
The occasion was the commem. rank of Star Seoul and merit
_ Of Keds ContestAt I Polytechnic Institute and has of this city, it's commercial organizations, civic clubs, schools, oration of the 25th anniversary
been with the local mill since Au- badges were presented to Stave
A. .S. Allan's gust, 1958. He was promoted from churches, boys' and girls' clubs and all other associations and our peoplein I Gil Becker Reports if the Troop. Tom Lannon, Di. Anderson, Jim Burns, David fted-

Dixon : Pulp Mill Tour Foreman. general to take an active part in this constructive program of community i 3362 Visitors At net Chairman, presented each effer, Larry Lanoon, Billy Tayfer
tow of Fernandina
also announced that tout in the Troop with a silver and Patrick Leary. ....
B each, was the local winner in )itht. Richard Phinney A. Crumpler has been ap- -- improvements insure its success. 14 : I Park During Week bar for their uniform to mark the ],! Fred Townceed outlined the
U S. Weds Patio Contest, i = :
Mill Foreman. He 'l I musual eventScoutmaster coming Scout Rally .to be held In
ended last week. I pointed Pi\lp\ I A total of 3,362 visitors werr
which j' has been in Fernandina Beach This, the 18th day of April, A. D. 1963. .; reported this week at Fort Clincri Wood was present- City Ball Park and anaeanoismit
lie received a 2-piece set of since June, 1957, after graduating = i I State Park by superintendent Gil Hi a silver cup for faithful servicever was made that the next c.ert..M

Atff Pak luggage from A. S. Al- .i from the School of Pulp and Paper E. J. Smith I Becker. 18 years in promoting the Honor would be held on June 11.

Jan's u their contribution to the Technology at North Carolina I I Of this figure, 2,546 were da; ontinuance of this Troop. Troop 89 conducted the opmbg
Northeast Florida district contes't.JUs i' State College.For Mayor, City of Fernandina Beach I visitors while the remaining 73' The silver bars for the Troop ceremonies and Scoutmaster Wend

winning entry blank make the past two years he has \= = were campers. This bring th/ nembers were approved by the closed the Ceort of Hem* 'wfch

him eligible for the grand awardof worked a* a T w ""it.1 >.*istantj =-- -- I yearly total ,to 89,502 day visitors Vational Organization of Boy the Scoutmaster's benediction and

a complete... patio by U. S. Keds.) in the Pulp Department j ml i mllmi! lllilljill illjllilll! illm dlllillilli! mllimllilillIlI; I illllilllill; mlllill1 illIlliIf IillIlllllml rn! llllillllml j and" 20,607 campers. Scouts of America. i:!: the staging of Taps.' ......

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TvoXews, Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday_ .May' 2, 1953' I t-
To Head
Florida'Laws .MARit I II Springer
a.ERr1AND.f iNABEACH NEWS-LEADER I I it II Know Your A' LOG "SEE C. &"JiIPetel ""

51'\ ASH STREET PHONES ms :miA TheNotion Newly OrganizedTube

John ii. Perry Newspaper Ra0 Prepared .As A Public Service By I Boats docking at the new City INGRAIN
Marina during the week of April ,
Jr. dumber
Bar Caldwell, Editor aoJNATIONAL)hut.,.. j i, .,, t Counter THE FLORIDA BAR 25 were as fellows, with the name %, FOR ;, )

of the boaflthe. '. owner, his address
: EDITORIAL,, I BY PAUL WARWICK 0I 3 4a The Statewide Organization Lawyers & Judges and length of boat listed inI Bob Springer has been named Real Estate .. ,.

: iE: 4 4.. Q 'a. IAlJ'ShCGTI N : I! Sponsored by Nassau County Bar AssociiliomTITLE I that sequence: as president of the newly organ- Life Insurance
I I q. :J I (1.4" not only anncirH on tA Ga' Song Irving Williams of ized Yulee Junior Chamber of Retirement Income
., ;; + J. '\ : lted t},,," pQ'''pd Commerce.
MP"i' wp-r '
\\- INSURANCE | the coveTee: is no QTe3fpr-tMn i Merrick, Xe\? York, 42 feet. & :
He3lh| Accident
"tttll"tjpal1v with i te firPt LgS Yanic P. Clank Jr. of Col- : Serving with Springer will be
: ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I A title insurance policy i is ''stated'! in the pol'cv. Exception I F. ,
i H.t egg we IN1f" ed in a Walter T. Johnson as vice presi- Hospitalization, ..
: onial Beach. Virginia 36 feet. .
contract between the insured an'd ;; to be recited in th e'
'I Published Thursday and entered at the Post Office i ffiverage may
every : FPa>ni f5p/> i fAdll"'t"t. ''an Three B's III, William C. dent and Mrs. Shelba Boyett as Major Medical I
insurance Unles
: Fernandina comnany. 3 pol
Beach, Florida, as second class mail matter. 'r'-"t Parf4.oleljn .. ey. .
.. rnoy rot ;, you lire so named in the polio'. The poi" states the type am I: Hands, Jr. of Grosse Pointe, secretarytreasurer.The Disability. Monthly Income.
Ghscription Rates: ., { tn 1 lo".tiI11A An'1ern._ i j you are not the (insured. The policy )- amount of indemnity due there_ Michigan 65 feet. club was organized on April .
$4 a year $2.25 6 months -$1.25. 3 Months i.z.tonF M ;' A''t of th n *s n"t h. But may I'Iritfcl orgy the per OI a under. The amount of the nrem. ': Jo-Ho-SoIV, Fred J. Speradina, 25 and has as its purpose to promote L. L BOHANNON
: 'ti) a SonthPrnpr who tad j" t **- Columbia Rec rd-n Co. of Wash- the civic, economic and so- ,
34.5() a year out of countyDOGS holding the mortgage.The tium is determined by a schedulee e >
.. f';-% d{ 1"1)1 i" the cial welfare of the Yulee r
j ;ranv years inrton. D. C., UP feet. area. INSURANCE S'S
contract: may state that thi'company of rates baud on the real estat e
-- : vh.. i it wag hn'h a mplenmoht .. Challenger! W'lliam A, Johnson :, The new organization is asking
.. iiwres in you a "goxx i purchase price.: Thin price is thi e Phone 261.5269
;: MUST BE INOCULATED . :!c and 11 1i\v 4>+'y Q"tiI'l1o'1hl and indefeas'We" title to the rea 1 maxiwnn amount for which yoi j of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 55 feet. the cooperation of all the peopleof n
joltfAd fI'cf v..H. T.M thorp Yulee and those interested in
Ale da. A.
Hopewell of Rye
estate! described in the policy. are insured. ......
I w1\iti1'1cp; ; for you, like nothing ever New York, 4<5 fet joining are urged to contact any
in other insurance"
The second rabid raccoon to be killed in Nassau County as any JOINT OWNERSHIP :
h" n'i1. Marnalee V Mrs. tee of the new officers. Patronize Our .tdcertis'ersI
leaves no doubt that a serious situation exists and must I Of rrtnr <>. if you had 90.20 Buyers often have the title t() of Cleveland ,Ohio' 52 feet.Wilson. -
}be dealt with if where a home placed in a joint ownership .f ,
severely necessary dogs are con- veiht! nn'! niontw of ppf'oTP. I He'SenHI' Mr. Jocobson of

)'erned.The '! fAiiM find And hnv grits in f : arrangement with title epecia 1!I Larehmont; (F5" feet. .v "(,(I, I.,_" t,t '_: ,, ,. :- ,sS5JWpflSWpBxffe : \
words inserted so that e$s; "! .
pas : '
; condition of the raccoon indicated that it had been ;I Nfl'" Fork but the ('"p k-out girl 66 automatically to the aurvivO; r Fram II, Ole Truck Co. of ,f.l's." :::: S. s '\ ';;:,,':. at 11,!' "'>,

:'in a fight, presumably with a dog and this means: that the 'tntHl.l1v naveP'i a straw* stare Watch this space in coaysfweeks vhen one of the joint owners dies Pro dence BhaiJe Island! fi5 fet f':*,W' MEA tI.b" bt bb'

Canine was probably infected, unless of course it had been t when .v>ii pAid the t>h. Moreover, fcr comments from m! This arrangement i is known at: Witch of the Wave F. R. Ket- ." '1_, 'i,: : : '
h d to p-t eris at h" "l
: vou von1 nip: '\ of Huntington, New York .
inoculated for, rabies. 'no commercial eatinr-nlac whAt Nassau County Classroom Tefh- "Joint Tenancy". In Florida, when]: 45'um feet. I II !}irT l

I All dogs should be immediately checked to see if they Aver could come up with that de- ers Association on the immesL'aff! land is owned jointly by husband I I' Enterprise Jack King of Way- I' ,:". ,,:..4.:: :.: ...., "

have been inoculated and especially those in the Yulee area, : lictlr,., needs of the education: system oi f: and wife, it is known as an "Es,, cross, feorcia. 37 fe*>t
Nassau County tate by Entirety, Owning >
where the rabid raccoon was found. Of;r 5t tope of a Fernandhn .... pro Blue Horizon I, T C. A. of New
-- -- --
--- pertv ;in this manner may be a Follow
Rabies in humans has become so rare that few are Peach !ilU frmat'ketV"S a revela- rtl Prot i good idea for some, but, again, i it YD k". New York, 83. feet. i your doctor's orders as carefully
familiar with the horror this infliction can promote. But *:"'1. Country h"m, for example' : Weisner Citesf ;991': may not be good for "OU You Lady I/nj! Root Boat Co. of as your registered pharmacistdoes
I' TbE'rit plain day, riM Chicago Illinois, 55 feet. 'in filling his prescriptions.
as .
the exists if dot has this dread disease. WM.
possibility only
one (Continued from Page Oni'J) } should determine the income, gift
on the meat counter. You could Su-Mark, Hub Mondican of
Far too dogs are running at large in this city 'Idl,i and death tax consequences be.
buy it whole, by the half, or. most Boston. Mars., 42 feet.
and throughout the ,county and unless owners take the nc- ;'remarkable of all, by the slice 'I state"We but get to $697,581 froRijtfc ewW; II) ', fore having your home placed in Fad, R. F. Strops! of Port Washington -
pay an g joint ownership.Joint .
essary steps to curb this practice, the proper authorities I When New Yorkers think of >ware we must have a.total:11)of 1 ownership frequently New York, 53 feet. When prescribing, your
will be forced to take a hand. country ham. if thev ever do, they he "This'men Green Heron Norton Ritcheyof ,
019,000, added. leads to lawsuits over a right of doctor has full confi
think of YirP. 1h. They have no that Rowayton, Michigan, 40 feet. c
the funds must. the right to the rentsif
t '. I ;dea of the lusciousness a hogr's! come from county sourcest"I"Florida's { occupancy not occupied, by all the joint .J Mr Fair Lady Colt W orthi'ltton !- dence in the skill and integrity -

THE VOLUNTEER AND CANCER I hind' \\ft" can ron un then it is minimum foundfliprl owners and the duties of the various Oil Works, of Westbury, New of your registered
cured, in a well-tended smokehouse York 40 feet.John's .
I I program for schools cannot operate owners as to payment of pharmacist
farther South. And to most : Other Wfe; John H.
Friday night one of the more than 2,000.000 American :I all the education, systems mortgages, taxes and cost of repairs Wishnick of Scarsdale New York ,
Cancer Society volunteers will call on you. The volunteers I' people up there, so-called "Vir- alone and, fund, naturally! must and upkeep. If the joint I ,
ginia ham is nothing more than be added from local sources! ," the owners are parent and child, or 41 feet Y 1 PRESCRIPTIONS ?',
will ask for contributions for the Society's! research ,
cancer ,
Barbara, RLnw of Fort Laud-
i in ordinary, every-day packine-: :
speaker emphasized.In brothers and sisters, the subse-
education and service program. Also, you will be urged to i i honse ham that has been baked. conclusion Weisner }listed j a 'quent marriage of one of them eHIe, F orid". 57 feet. FIRST AID ITEMS1

have a health checkup, if vou have not nlrp.adhad one this BVinar any ham makes it a Virginia few nf the minimum requirements mav lead to conflicts and compli Red Witch II, R. ,S. Strand of SICKROOM SUPPLIES I

year, as your best protection avrainst death from cancer. ham.A in additional:! needs as recommend cations. Philadelphia, Pennsyivania.I : '

The American Cancer Society: hs appropriately de g1'tf-1 friend of mine even used Virginia I ed in a survey of the county's IS THE BUILDING UNDERCONSTRUCTION i DRUGS, SUNDRIES

nated 19G3 as "The Year of t h e Volunteer." Actually :. / *s a verb of all thinf "I school plants' as follows: I ? !I I Unreported j
took this ham home," he said in .',1200 starting salaries. .
erer'r8r is "The Year of the Volunteer However, we ,> i If the home you are buying is I
>M > rioi' r " are happy to see this special earned honor paid to them.t J still under construction or has
I Virjjiniaed it."I'. 45.000 for supplies and/or material j (Continued from Page One) NASSAU ,
A desire to help others motivates the volunteer. It i is Now let's take, fresh-water *. been recently completed, special I frauding $99, was fined $337.50 PHARMACY "

an unselfish desire rewarded only in the knowledge of a channel cat,,. the up,noblest and A (630'\ warehouse at a cost i care: is required to make sure l or 90 days. i ii
Next To
I that all costs have been Humphreys Memorial
job needing to be done being done well; of helping I sweetest pn fish' that ever swum I I of $9,000. | building i, Broward Albertie, charged with HospitalLASSIRRE
; the Otherwise
people in distress ; of seeing the inroads of disease bang I a stream. You can, we happily''' Teachers to handle excess load i paid by sellers.such costs, unless defrauding $69!), made full restitution ...

narrowed: and cf sighting stunning victories ahead. discovered, even buy them alvin of Dunils!, $40,500.Gudnncl' you pay be sold to those your 1! and was fined $37.50. -
property may pay
fish markets Fernandina's : '! counselors for six The men were all notified that
have on
Volunteers already won stunning victories over i 1 costs, as provided in the FloridaMechanics'
schools 6 at $4,500, $27- they cannot again, apply for Unemployment -
salt-water shore largest ,
dfcease.: There would have been no Salk vaccine against and Material Men'sLien until
polio without their hard work and enterprise. It is incpnceivable I In New York,',we found one I 000.He also listed"t'te recommendations Law protecting laborers and j the full defrauded compensation amount is repaid

that without their efforts, we would be savingone seafood store that would "get ; schoolin l suppliers of material. _
of elementary ,
q a new
channel for We had to
cat you ; This also be true when repairs -
cut cf three cancer patients today, instead of the less In order three days aheadof the Five Points area at an estimated i may E, Here for the court proceedingswere
p.ut our house have
than one out of five of 25 years ago. Or that we would be time then ride the subway cost of $350,000.A en a recently J, II. Esche and Ray Gartenof I I/
been made or building material I
saving at least 50 per cent of all uterine cancer patients, five miles into i the Bronx to get new hsh!! school in the Wet: i I recently delivered. the Jacksonville office of the

which was, 25 years ago, the l lading cause of death from ; our catfish \vhen the great dy em part of the county at an estimated j i 1 CLOSING YOUR PURCHASE I Florida Industrial Commission. 3

.cancer among women. arrived. And you would certainly cot of $700,000. i Closing a\ real estate, sale is' .a I I

-- The Volunteer is on the threshold cf another stunningvictory startle a New York storekeeper Six new classrooms!; and toilets.n''! technical and complex operation.The Try A Classified .
FernandinEoich Hitrh at *
who 'out of his wits ir you asked for at careful drafting of to -. ---
saving at least half of those: develop cancerinstead : estimated cost of $90.000. (This papers
of the one third now being saved. This year, volunteers frozen hush-puppies. or hushpuppy would include Yulee! grades 10- carry out the actual intent of the

are retfoublint ther! efforts to persuade all people mix. 'i 12) parties ,is part of the job. Meeting Now Is! The Time To I
It is somehow qomfortine, also, | I
: the requirements for a mar'ketable -
tc have a health checkup once a year. They have set their I to find chitterlings on -di pay! in I Renovation uf 2. classrooms at,) tit a'another step. The I I Remodcror. Repair
sights -- to get people to act in their own intere t.Vith I Fern ndina' stpres Mv wife Peck Hih and construction''of' I 6 signing and acknowledgment $1895@

your' help, the volunteers: will win, and another 88,000 lives I! 'onldn't exactly shout hallelujahs classrooms, toilets, cafetori-jm, ': proper of papers' is another. Delivery !

will. be saved each year. i if I took 'a .stjtJthfRne, though she' storage and adrsintstrative suitesat and recording of the papersare 36
:I (jimmeasl11ably too, was born .and reared in Georria. Souths'de School, $180,000.() ) IS : 3 _
By vigor; and dedication the volunteer has contributes < usually the last steps.
Pine Forest
I to the lives of all people. They are a great Some people ./u'st don't have pfhooX Three music classrooms at and library, You, a careful, buyer, should -=-' -- -- :Months\ 1 / I
fithitterlinjrs, but I
'in affinity insist attorney' being I
and human national met. The country benefits daily on your
.nflO. Pay
not one of the dissenters. $75 I 1
present the and checking
at closing,
from their dedication and purpO e. Our I1ltiollallife need :! Fresh tt r 'r'mens are anther This! 11'etrer told the NerLerder *- each detail. He knows which

them.' .' ,; gustatory item on whch: we constitutes ?t,:m.J.O\O: in points are significant in making Fernandina Lumber /

\\'a salute the volunteer. He deserves: our greatest i IcOJ1 recently have gorged. Up North, recommended school building ( your purchase the troublefi I & Supply I 1

ideration'hen Cancer Crusade volunteers call, open ;, 'they: chop the greens off the turnips needs. I i,ownership to which you are entitled. ntlh( 3r.l St. Pli-tte 261-.W; ; i .r MOTOR COMPANY 1/
your doors and your hearts and your minds to them i and throw the preens away. Following the! educator's acj-j ..
Can! you imagine such ruthless dress a number of pertinent Q'Jel-1! ( ---- -- ; --- .., T
*. .I 'yaste? -" tions were asked!' and answered. ,'' .
attesting the interest of the Lions, 1
,. 1
OUR CHILDREN 1 in tbe subject. -- .
I Bob Waite Tells Weisnerv was piesente'' by
A recent editorial in the St. Petersburg Times came J Burns Bailev program cha'rman, .

to grips with an issue that has fpr a long time delegatedthe (Continues from Pare One) 'i who gave som of the sneaker's he had! "Let reverence for the laws' be breathed *

status of the state of Florida, to the near bottom of the ful water supply for their plant background, not'ng that *
FerntJidina Beach since
educational list in the United State*. It was so well paid location. #* bpen 1917. -in by every American mother ta,.the lisping

that we take the privilege, with the permission of the "The geological Purvey," Wait The speaker, in looking around I

1 Times to reprint the editorial here: added, **is projecting its analyses: the meeting room, noted that sore : 4K'/i/ babe. let it be in /(schools. let :
about 20 ahead, because .taught
'There i isn't necessarily n riirpf-t correlation Mwew years is the of t' e Lions were former nunils I : :

money spent and education received But as the old i i water increase usage- in industrial constantly development on of his. He qwinped that this is tIle I' / S i it be written l in. pnmers :
finest place in the world to live ,

about fun it
saw having goes helps. and population increase "

Times education writer IJette Orsini observed this i .throughout the region." and were that able was! to mainly keep the the teacherswe rearonwe 1 .1 I' AbraRam Lincoln .:

week that: Florida ranks 41th among the 50 states in the 1! Otis D. Lynch, insurance agent, do. ? .' 1

percentage of its local and state revenues earmarked for and Gilbert N. Becker, superintendent ', Lion John McClane had as his : : :'- .5 .5 I :, Sy '
of Ft. Clinch State Park, .
education. guest, his son, Johnny. .
were new members introduced to .
"We average an expenditure per school child of $350 the club by Hugh Stone, Jr. ---- !
i a year, compared to an average of $436 nationally. Guests at the meeting included Frederic F, Gaines

I "11'a're 25th in the average salaries we pay to classroom Brack Newton and Pete Dickscn, I. The First Of ;
teachers. Our state "free textbook" program actually I' Rotarians of Jacksonville Beach, (Continued from> Page One) May

school and their guest, Frank Roberts; Vero Beach and eight gr lit\chn- t Ir/r 1
amounts to about $1.50 per elementary pupil
C. W. Johnson, of Gainesville; dren.,
each 48 cents less than it costs simply to buy one
year 1 1
Bryan Rauschert and Clayton Active pallbearers were Deputies Is
first grade arithmetic bock. ] Sanders, of Fernandina Beach,I Johnnie Bodine, Emory Walk "LawDay" 1

"TIKSF Flft'KES woul.i be shcckimr if they weren'tso and I high school seniors Wayne er. J. W. Batchelor Colvin Smith. J.- .

dismally familiar. Like a broken record, we have been Ho well and Clayton Tippens. Colon Sikes and Jim Sawyer. on tomorrow's national leaders the
told so often about the shortcomings of our educational Speaker Waite, who referred to Honorary pallbearers were; youth :

that dcn't to listen underground water as the goldof other members of the Sheriff .
system we seem
the 20th Centurv said surveys Department and members pf thSheriff's of America resfs a solemn duty: to honor :
"Rut we're going to have to listen in coming days, as were being made throughout Water Patrol Mrs. Johnnie : .

the 1963!> Legislature: comes to grips with our crisis in edu Florida with an eye to future Bodine. Curtis Telfair, Gene! and uphold for:- generations the laws :

cation. Somehow, somewhere, we've got to find more' fresh water supplies. Nationally, Lasserre, W. A. Schurene, Vernon S

money to meet needs which are rapidly getting out of hand. he said, the daily demand for Douglas, Buster Moore Joe of our nation/state .and our community.r :

Imy of the headlines in recent weeks have dealt fresh water is exoected to increase Barnard, James Lee. Bob Sef- !| ,

with higher education in Florida, stemming from a space from a present 200,000-f: fens, Leroy MKes, Dick Gordon, : .,

era stud which ow"for'' vast new fpendmt' fti our uniwr. 000,000> gallons a day to three Gene MeCall, Clark Brookins, Roy .
times that amount in 19SO. Jackson, C. E. McCiain, Convray : .' : ,. :
sity campuses.} We'll discuss these needs in a separate -
editorial within the next day or two. usiajr Fernandina some. 35.000,000 Beach, which gallons:was a Davis Arrangements and Bob Carter.were under the !; '" The basic difference'between the rule of m:n and the rule of law !is "liberty.". It w ,ogifn-

"Meanwhile, less sensational than the 'space age, but day 10 years ago: may be expected direction of Krle-McGellan Funeral tial. ., 0 !therefore, that each generation of American parents bequeath to'their children an understanding :

no less a crisis is the population boom which is bulging the to increase its consumption at | Directors with the body resting of the great heritage bestowed upon this Nation bythe y Founding Fathers.. Every :
scams of Florida's elementary and high choolnd; the least as much as the national average in state at Oxley Mortuary prior'Ito ;

consequent need to attract more teachers in a. highly competitive he said. i funeral services !I child should be taught to love and honor the laws. of our country :
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] national l market. i -' if the rule cf law is to prevail the individual! citizen has the duty- not only to respect the 'I
"Consider these aspects of the situation faced by the | "What these higher figures suggest t o all but the i i i T \ .

Legislature: most optimistic is ,compromise, the kind of compromisewhich I law, but to uphold those charged, with enforcing the law, A law 'is only as strong as '|he t. respect -

keeps us in 44th place which holds down teacher people have for it. '" -
"The State Department of Education seeks a $42.3 V; : It *. t. : :
million boost in its public schools budget for the next hi- >Iennium. salaries which cuts the textbook budget below even T f ; 0,0 L >- ,.
i :
Rut this does not include \ minimum needs. : i :;
just to stay even. rr o, --
vision for the special, across the board pay raise which "Yet we suggest as the legislators convene next Tues- e ;..-0"i 'I/' o. ; ', :,

Florida's teachers are demanding tin estimated cost of day that it's time Florida quit i compromising with its c ;: '
t $25 million ,to $30 million more. Nor does it include provision ( school children. '0. FLORIDA National Bank S '', :i :

for the po sibilitv th"t the state cninty ratio
education money, under the Minimum Foundation Program, expenses from our school budgets. But on such basis as wplwwnar.wx, w.ww lItfernandinae.m.:! .. H

may be changed from 69-31 to 7525. I up to date textbooks and superior teachers, can we really :

"Many counties, some of them badly underassessed I| afford half way measures? i --- ....-. _IIIICI '-'''' ..,.......-'. .,..!J<. I I
and having reached the limit of their taxing authority for j "Th ere: can be only one answer to that'question. If I i I" J fr. -: .

schools, are pushing hard once again for larger state con- I j worst rmies to worst we can do without many things in r': I<' : Ij I- T

tributions. A change to 75.?5 would cost, the state an life. But we can't afford to give our children. anything' j '>: b ; "'" : '". ,, ,

estimated $37 million more in 1!>63-65. ", I short of the best-education. money can'buy." :0 __ ._, ,. o. _,_______ -, .__


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News- Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -' Thursday, May 2, 1963Page Three
Miss Elizabeth N lanl:1qstess Mrs. I Irene Johns

: To Circle 4, Makes Official Visit St. Paul's Chapter i i veyed by by vivid Mrs. posters Phanstiel.and Mrs.narrated Trade At Home '

Presbyterian WomenCircle To O.E.S. Chapter Welcomes Father I I Odom asked that the members remember -, ,,,
pY I the Spring Ingatheringof --
James D. Ellisor
No. 4 of the Presbyterian Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Cove the U. T. 0. boxes oil Sunday

Women of the Church held Springs! worthy grand matron of St. Paul's Chapter of the Women I May 5th. TROUBLEGETTING
their April meeting on Thursday I the Grand Chapter of Florida, r of St. Peter's held their : The meeting was adjourned and I
evening at the home of Miss Elizabeth Order of the Eastern Star, made quarterly meeting on Monday I I delicious refreshments were serv-
Nolan. Eight memberswere : her official visit to Fernandina I II April 29th, at 8:00 p.m. in Whitney ': ed by St. Anne's Chapter.
in attendance.Mrs. I Chapter on April 16. Mrs. Cleo ]I II Hall. There were 30 members i .

L. C. dough, Chairman, I Brinson, worthy matron, and Mr. present. i Order Eastern Star AUTO '
opened the meeting with Ed Brinson, worthy patron pre .
prayer: 4 Devotional and prayers were
after which Mrs. John Dozier pre. sided. led by Miss Louise Lasserre Mrs. I Pltins Rummage; Sale INSURANCE?

sented the Bible lesson. This was The Chapter room was beautifully George Tyson and Mrs. Otto 'I Fernandina 0. E. S. Need SR-2 Filinq and<
with Chapter
yellow glads
followed by a Question and An. Phanstiel. I I liability insurance Ask
swer period. This study was most and yellqw roses. T't will stage a rummage sale Friday ; agent to stud
I k .1q. The business meeting was conducted and Saturday, May 3rd and 4th, your your
informative and enjoyable. The Mrs. Johns, worthy grand ma- 'Ii .pplic"tion to us if you'vebeen
"Let's Learn About" tron, and Mr. Walter Fennell, of I a. ; by the president, Mrs. S. I at the Masonic Temple on Atlantic I cancelled or reitct
ably presented by the Chair. Tampa, worthy grand patron, \ ; ; : ]. Lasserre. She welcomed! Father i' Avenue. ed. Wt can insure almost
introduced and escorted tothe I : and Mrs. James D. Ellisor and ex- I anyone at fair cafes regardless
The and theTreasurer's were Anyone having they
man. Secretary's 'c : I \ 4s '
: !
East ressed the great pleasure of the 1 of driving red-1
wish to donate are urged to call
read and
reports were ,
ord. theft, .
/'f in again having Rectoro Fire comprehensive *
I omen a
approved.Mrs. Other distinguished guests were, : Mrs. Tress Carson at 261-3196. and collision; atsa
the Church
Jacksonville family. I I
Mrs. Frances Gray .
available Premiums
Clough reminded the memo k' .: l 1 Mrs. Lasserre requested that maybe
bers of the continued need for Beach, past grand matron; Mrs. :: "..:.'., .. ..r\. .. : .. all lenten self denial folders be I Family Supper Slated paid in easy install
Verna Brice, Gainesville past J. .. ;::; ments. '*'
clothing to be sent overseas grand matron; Mrs Pearla Rogers ... ,. t oirned in as soon as possible tc i Sunday, May 5th
the particular need of men's and x K t he respective Chapter Chairmenso I To Agents: Ire trill be
I Pensacola, grand ma
past .
J".lli .St. pleased to send ClllIlllde?
children's clothing being stressed. tron Mrs. Helen Theus, Lees- : ; that the proceeds can be sent I By Michael's
; kit Broker
All articles are to be brought to fx : to Father Salvador for his workn I, on request.
Hall 11 burg, past grand matron; Mr. Y / I I A family supper will be held ape 1$ Assigned Risk
1 Fellowship by May or the Miami Cuban relief
Cecil Theus, Leesburg, past grand Plan.
May'' 12 at the latestThis P; { ,.';.ift this project having previously I Sunday, May 5th, at 5:30 p.m. at
Jackson "
Ada .
Dyal :
Mrs. .
patron; I { I
A St. Joseph's Hall for all members
concluded the business grand Chaplain Mrs. : been voted on by the I r
ville, past ;
session,, and the meeting was ad. Ruby Fennell Tampa, past grand I >y> \. :: ,. women. Mrs. Lasserre announced of St. Michael's Parish. -
All members
journed with the Mizpah benedictlpn. Electa. .'f.i,1; he next Parish supper would be Ii are urged to come I

} ., Mrs. Bessie Beville, Waldo, '!:L __, +. Ji, :on Wednesday, May 22nd, at C:00: I and in bring the fun.a covered dish and join I
Members were .invited to the I past grand Ruth; Mrs. Louise St'ur'5Utt5 OF \,'INNl G BOWLING TEAMS..in the Bowlerettes Winter League are p.m. instead of the usual 6:30: in I I on
dining; room where strawberry I Latimier, Gainesville, grand Electa shown at the annual League banquet at The Sandbar last week. First place winner was honor of. those to be confirmed I I

parfait and pound cake was sere ; Mrs.: Onie Mae Stephens::;, I Hadden Lanes, second place going to Food Fair and third to Hardee Bros. Left to right, by the Bishop at 8:00 p.m. on the I

ed. The table of was mixed graced pink with blossoms an I Marianna, associate grand con Gloria and Roger Hadden, sponsors of the winning team, Harry Poole of Hardee Bros., an same adult date.conference She also would advised be held that I:
arrangement Mrs. Corene Dykes,
I ductress; sponsors of the second place team, James Bryant of Food Fair, sponsors of the third 5-llth at Weed. I
in a silver bowl as well as Panama City, grand Esther; Mrs. from May Camp :
lighted tapers in silver candle Lois Chism, Macclenny, grand In- place team, Mrs Pooole, Mrs. Bryant and Gil and Joyce Hadden, who sponsored the Mrs. George Lawrence and I BeachcomberhOW
sticks. structor for District 21; Mrs. Beach Lounge team that wound up the season in the fifth spot. Mrs. Mildred Babb gave a report >>"
The May meeting will be held Frankie Bullock, Oceamvay grand ,L J.r h 1 >n their attendance of the An. I '
at the home of Mrs. George Geiger Instructor for District 22; Mrs. Ruth N. Conner lual Counsel meeting held in Tal- !
O'Neal. Sudie Nichols, Jacksonville, grand ahassee on January 30th, 31st OPEN: ;
Representative to Idaho; Mrs. : Piano Students In ind February 1st. j
Eleanor McDonald, Gainesville,]J Concert 9thThe Mrs.\ A. C. Markham reportedin I
Local Students May
to New the District I meeting held in I ,
rand Representative "
'Play In FestivalThe Brunswick, Canada; and Mrs. piano students of Ruth N. Jacksonville April 22nd. Mrs. I' 2045 South Fletcher :.

Olivia Ferrell, Jacksonville, grand I Conner will be presented in con Lasserre requested the names of 'I'
20th annual piano festival Representative to Illinois. Approximately cert Thursday, May 9, at 7:30 any who would volunteer to aid I
of'the Jacksonville, Music Teach 45 other guests andmer.lbers p.m. at the Recreation Center. the Jr. Warden in cleaning Whitney -
er's Association, will be held Sunday introduced. Hall and. the grounds of the d.
I There will be two pianos used
May 5th at 3:1: ;iP.m. at the The drill team presented a''! for Duo's. Following the concert, church. COLD BEER
Civic Auditorium in Jacksonville.It beautiful courtesy for Mrs.: Johns:' The program was turned over ... .
Mrs. Lydia Conner of Jacksonvillewill
will be under the direction of I to Mrs. Oscar Odom, U. T.
Mrs. Ruby King, organist, played 0'1
Scherzo in B
play by Chopin
Koscielny.Dow each month of Chairman. She presented a most BOILED I
John songs representing : \: Flat minor and Prelude by Ger I SHRIMPSANDWICHES I r .
Dixon Ch& Edenfield, the year as the drill team entered .. T : .. shwin in D Flat major. inspiring program on the use of'
< : the hands, the spiritual and material -
Kathy Rowe, Laura Sorensen. carrying gold colored musical ; : : ..
Students in concert will be
benefits of the U. T. 0. offering
Lottie Lathrop Jimmy Saundei- notes and formed a lyre, one of '-- ; I
Lavoyne Shiver and Jennie Mrs. Johns' emblems. Appropriateverses :" ; Sherry Thomas, Cindy Gass Bobby the message being con ."
son, 0T ,. .,
_. \ '
Peterson, piano students of Ruth were read by several mem- S.' Burton, Donna Cooper, Beverly -
N.- Conner here, will join 375 bers of the team. Mrs. Doris : : I' Brewer Julie Ann Dressler, I .....
the ottieryoung, program. pianists They will to be present accompanied Beard Mrs., associate Johns a matron gift from, presented the- X : lWINNERS iL'ILJ.: rr Cliff White, Jennie Peterson, La. and Coker Lydia, Kathy Conner.Rowe, Dow Dixon I ROSE AND BUDDY HOGG

by 65 vocalists and will Chapter. Mr. Fennell's gift waspresented ., : .. voyne Shiver, Cindy Fowler, Debbie Mrs. Ruth Conner and Dow I''
Beard Adkins, Suzanne Shiver, Kay Dixon, advanced student will I YOUR HOSTS I'"''
use 'SG different pianos during 8 by Mr. James OF THE BOWLERETTES Winter Leaguecompetitiorl
Kelly Sally White, Jimmy Bush, Malaguena by Lecuona
different numbers. associate patron. was Hadden Lanes. Left to right, Roger and Jennie Peterson, Kirby Fowler, present two number. Pianos will ..-.
a piano
member of the the meeting, punch
MHL. Conner
Gloria Hadden Grace and Velma Hodge. The fourth
Karen Brewer Jimmy Saunderson be furnished Reynolds
Teacher's Association and cakes decorated with gold courtesy
Jacksonville, helped to select com- musical notes, were served. The ,member of the team, Shirley Jackson, was unable to at Jimmy Bush, Danny Hess. Piano Co.There I 12 Noon To.,2 A.M. :': .

pflsitioju which will be used ir refreshment table was centered tend the banquet. Judy Burton, Linda White, Lot will be no admission'. "

the'festival. with a golden lyre, with gold'I tie Lathrop, Connie Cargal, Cheri charge and the public is cordially .. .. .
;::jjhe} Star Spangled Banner,' musical notes attached to thedges A Edenfield, Laura Sorensen, Joyce invited to attend. I II I

"Camel Caravan," "Russian Peasant of the table' cover. -

Dance," "Scherzo, "Pineap Prior to the meeting, a banS ,.

pleTFolks," "Street" Fair," "Dane met was given in honor Approx-1 of Mrs. it could all go up in smoke. In a forest fire, everybody loses-the farmer the industrial worker, -
4 in G Minor "Maleguenia"; an" Tchns at the Seaside Inn. i
"thl w Land Is Mine" are the selections ''majtely. 50 guests and members the sportsman, whoever benefits from the products of trees (and that means all of us). A fire, means ....
J the students wilt pla"y. ';ere present, among ,which was -
There( will be no admissio Mrs;* Myrtle Burgess, a 50 year higher costs too, for the thousands of everyday items whose basic materials come from trees.That's .-

charge 'and the public is cordiall: .lember. of the Fernandina Chapter. a ,. II why we maintain special equipment and crews and work in close partnership with the State '
invited to attend.
l ---- and Federal Forest agencies ,in preventing and fighting fires-the greatest enemy of. the Southern

,<.\.. I woodlands. CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA tmt Fernandina Beach, Florida ." ,
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WINNER OF SECOND PLACE in the Bowlerettes, Winter y ,yra. y J/iGr r '

Time To Renew Your Driver's License League was Food Fair. Left to right, Patsy Cottle,

\ Eeancr! Flint, Imogene Lee and Mr. and Mrs. James DryBEDS .

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I FHA Sets Bake Sale \
At Allan's Saturday 'c tt A r 'I Y.r

: The Fernandina Beach Chapter > ;*&& & ,' #,W I'"

I of Future Homemakers of Am 4 '
erica will hold a cake sale ir .
front of Allan's Dept. Store Saturday ,
May 4th, from 9 until 12 S I

& I noon. .
There will be a wide assortment fr.

of candies cookies and 'Sti y ay Fd. 4 y /
cakes and all proceeds will bused

O 10 PIECE GROUP I for the annual Mother- V'a. ... a t ; Sts'tt.

# Two 39 Inch Innerspring Daughter Banquet. ; > 'k J ,' ; \ I : .1 "

,q Mattresses HAIL AND FAREWELL i 4t1
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--- Life's morning is a rainbow.It's .. t % :4 c I
$ 2 Springs promise ever sweet.
In youth we run to meet it

2 Headboards With eager, dancing feet. !
Life's noonday is a tempest.
$ 2 Footboards It's promise unfulfilled.
Tu ecstasy and heartache, Y.4 :, ?
6 1 Ladder, And youthful dreaming stilled.
I .
'' 1 Guard Rail I Life's evening is a shadow.

::1 .I Within the sunset's, glow.A i 4 ,
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long farewell to those we love
And cherish here below.Eternity's S # '

uncharted sea es ,

Leaves Heaven's peaceful shore,
'. That God's great love hath made ,ldY
for us .sY'y: y5'iy ,/y4';
I -; ...' : When this brief life is o'er. / / '. .
Herbert Luke ;;

Neil Hewitt On ',";

Dean's List At

CONVERTS TO TWIN BEDS I: Florida State ,:Se 3 5 '

Regular $139.95 Neil Hewitt, senior at Florida L

State University: has been placed /;
& Only ;$ :1 on the Dean's list for academic y
Friday Saturday 9 5
I I excellence during the fall term 1%; s

He is working for his Bachelor ,'x y
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$5.00 Down Degree in Arts and Sciences.

Neil resides in Tallahassee witl

I his wife the former Miss Margii t
MA THER OF FERNANDINA I Tillman of this city. He is the sos > : :

iof Mr. and Mrs. John W. Joyce
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g Four 'News- Leader, Fernandina' Beach, Florida Thursday, May 21963 .-. .

Engagement Told Mary Reid and Soldiers Honored 1 fionaT"eonfTicfs: wntrt taW!

I Friends of Mrs. J. C. LaViere them
out of the highly accident.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Grover MeRe, Lrll

i ; PERSONALS I will surgery regret yesterday to hear she at underwent Memorial ;I i Jr., of Dawson, Ga., have announced On Confederate :Memorial Day By UDCThe prone Accident-proneness group may, not

the engagement of her sister, be constant and it may occur
I Mission Hospital in Ashville, N. Miss Lana Kaye McCranie, to t only for limited periods when
Friends of Mrs. Ethel Rutledge Gerald Purvis returned Sundayto C. Mrs. LaViere is a former resident I Sgt. James J. Bowers. dedication of a Confederate the life of the Apostle Paul 0 IOPICSII physical OI:. emotional conditions
: of Fernandina Beach and has I! \ acute. Physicians
States are
Daughters soldier are
of Christ and ended
may see her on Channel 12 at 1 I Jesup, Georgia after visiting "I I Miss McCranie is the daughterof i
f made her home with Dr. and Mrs. studying acddent-proneness in
of the marker
PJTU on the Tennessee Ernie Ford i here during the weekend} witn Mrs. Lounell Dalton of Jack Confederacy prayer. the. home, in iadustry and on
Show May 3rd and Cth. Mrs. Rut- friends and relatives. Lyman J. Hooper in Ashville.I to the memory of Mary Martha I During both: services, Your Doctor of Medicine I the highways!: in an effort to

1 ledge \vho is visiting her son, Mr. I I and Mrs. W. M. McRae attended ro" Reid, outstanding woman of the II can flags marked the II Medical.) AssociatlOD.I Society. and the I reduce the catastrophic loss of
I Pvt. Tommy Brazell is spending rY Confederacywas held April 26th life through accident.
l and Mrs.I C. B. Rutledge and fam- the Armstrong Junior Col- 4- places of the Union dead
-j HjrinSunnyvale, California, went I a fifteen day leave with his par- lege vs. South Georgia baseball at the foot of the Martha Reid ; the Confederate soldier's I WHO IS - -

with a group of Senior Citizens to!lents, Mr. and {rs. J. A. BrazelL I game in Savannah last' Saturday.Pvt. monument in St. Peters cemetery.The were decorated with the ? .
marker, which was pur- I erate .., ...."',-. :: -- -
view the Ford Show and was"mught" will leave 10th for ; flags. -
'I Tommy May I Charles Edwards with the chased by the Amelia Island Chapter : are accid nt- s: = :: = "i is 5 c i1: -
t the by the camera as it was 'I''=I''I Ft. Knox, where he is presently I II U. S. Army at Ft. Gordon, spent U. D. c., was unveiled by : Confederate Memorial Day some it is a phy =:. t. = t-::;: _! i,. =,. _E-sn
filming i audience. I I stationed with the U. S. Army. I Ii I the weekend with his wife, Mrs. Mrs. H. W. Fishier, president of first observed April 26th, r g and ani i c with factor others or ;;; !. =:. am= ..=.. ..; is: '''
I Friendship Cemetery at
I rVt, James Brazell is spending I i Mrs. Betty Jones returned Mon Suzanne Edwards and daughter, the chapter, who read the "Me : bus, Mississippi. The and emotional =-

I a fifteen day leave with his par-I I day after visiting for a few daysin I Cheryl. I morial Hoar" from the U. D. C.I women who placed flowers on rim
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brazell. 1 1I I Charlotte, N, C. with Mr. and I ritual Confederate Union i just when a per- II IS/r;
Gordon student at Flor I i and graves accident-prone
Jimmy ,
James I I Ceremonies began promptly at 1E
it stationed at Cape May, Mrs. Bill Jones and children, "
Francis Miles
spired .
I NT. J. with the U. S. Coast Guard. Carolyn and Terri. ida State University, arrived last ,10:15 a.QL, with a salute to the I Certain psychologi LOWCOSTQUALITY
: ._ weekend to spend the summer Confederate flag led by Mrs.l I poem, "The Blue and the 'I cause people have to acci be !.,\J \

i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Fishier, followed by a short eulogy In the early hours of the likely individual to quick to -

Dick Gordon.Ken of Mary Martha Reid, given Confederate flags were is apt to lack it
: : Miss Marie Cone. with appropriate ceremonies that helps prevent
I All The Latest for Girls. by
: Rage Townsend the week- :
spent .
QJ' Names of Confederate veterans der the American Flag at Another person W WATCH
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end with his parents, Mr. and or grieving
Junior and Senior High }
and Union _soldiers well as a'
as I
Mrs. R. A. Townsend. Ken is a become inattentive
t tribute to all veterans, were ready in the ity. at hand. A person
FADED BLUE DENIM senior at Florida State University -
t Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum.The I The Amelia Island Chapter psychoneu-
and will graduate in June.G. .
.. Reverend James T, Dun- hold it's last meeting of the is inclined to

I. Alston and son, David, of nam, pastor of the First Baptist l on May 8th, with a covered : dy accident-prone.

f : WRAPAROUNDSKIRTS Englewood, and daughter, Lisa of L.. Church, gave an inspirational talk luncheon at the home of one person who does may the be e M 1 .
Florida State University, spent '>n the warrior David from the' Henry D. Cook, honoring : at the right time
.." last weekend with Mr. Alston's sonville, Fla., and the late E. 0. old testament. He ended the rites of the District Officers. ht reason. The per

: 'I' sister, Mrs. J. C. McJunkin. McCranie. I I with an appropriate prayer.At I tion of chapter officers will character quirk may ,
Sgt. Bowers is the son of Mr ; Bosque' Bello Cemetery, feature of the day with Mrs. thing at the right I
John Sessions, Major Don Ses- and Mrs. Jeff Bowers of Fernan- 'names of both Union and Confed- Grady Mathews of wrong reason or

: Sizes 8 to 16 sions, Mrs. Geraldine Scott :and dina Beach. erate veterans were also read and : 2nd vice president general, as A time really'for"mixed-the L41 4OJ

daughter, Sandy, of Daytona The bride-elect graduated from honored. Here Rev. Dunnam traced stalling officer.The may do the wrong
: Beach, spent last Sunday with Terrell (Ga.) High School and wrong time.____ _for__ the F
Mrs. J. C. McJunkin and visited currently is attending Columbus f2
with Mrs. Scott's son, Bill, who Junior College, where she is in find solutions to fff, iifr'
$2.98 I is a patient at Humphrey's Me- training at the Medical Center 1' problems and

1 morial Hospital School of Nursing 'H They' may to changed develop

Sgt. Bowers, graduate of Per linst their
I Friends of Mrs. Shiell Sheffield a emj>
; I will be glad to hear she is resting nandina Beach: High School, attended t4 S 4.
I comfortably following eye Florida State University, jIt Garden Basket' obtained.
where he'' was a Lambda Chi Alpha
surgery Wednesday at Baptist suggests curing ..rN .
pledge. He i is instructor
: now an in this glycerine
Hospital in Jacksonville.
in Anti-Tank Guided Missilesat
upright me.
AT SEVENTH Here for the funeral of Fred the U. S. Army Infantry School be a great

eric F. Gaines were Mr, and Mrs. at Ft. Benning. I This is the time of year whenwe ly helping the appearance of little bells shatter a
John Y. Lambert of Yero Beach, I are apt to be called to share nandina Beach. by hanging. r

: FREE PARKING{ Mrs. Frederick A. Wilcox of It Robert Sylvester the pleasure of the lovely bloomsof We have recently .read an of bleach to a .
haca, N. Y. and Donald Ames of cacti. We had a call this weekto teresting article on the -water solution
Cortland, Nt Y. Mrs. Lambert is Returns TQ MayportOn see a double-header display.Mrs. of foliage for use in dried parchment colored FRUtCESSsa

---'- ._--- a sister of the deceased. Mrs. USS RooseveltUSS D. E. Nelson of 1622 Ala- rangements. Now is a good I and experimenta- L Precision, Jeweled! movement,
Wilcox and Mr. Ames are sister chua has two very different hy- l I to take note of this, for it is yellow, and led =S&> shock mainspring resistant unbreakable f

and brother of Mrs. Gaines. Franklin D. Roosevelt brids of orchid cacti in bloom portant to use foliage at the pj 1 I in combinations and r WINDJAMMER ....,
I(FIITNC) Robert W. Sylvester simultaneously, both of them ex- j of its maturity but while it is produces very sub. ::a Precision jeweled movement,'
Mr. and Mrs. Lofton
alan Theatre Harvey I aviation structural mechanic quisite. One is a brilliant red, I fresh, and collection and colors. Be sure to itwaterproof': luminous dial., shock resistant', \
and son Dandee, of Tallahassee, ;
I 1 third class, USN, son of Mrs. D. large with a rather wide cup and : ment can be carried on hand with the = -

Phone 201-4819 D. ,,,. Roberts, M?r. !..of were Mr.weekend and Mrs.visitors Hoyt in Lofton.the home ]E. Sylvester of 13th Street Ter., many petals, and the other is a 1 out the summer. Good quality ; .lift not gaudiness I r jeweled Never before accuracy sited, sash precision7 luxury-
's serving aboard the attack aircraft smaller flower of clear pink withan iage is important, for bells cut for suck
are ityimi.
Saturday & Sunday-Matinees At 2:30-One Show Fire Chief Hoyt Lofton, whoi I r. v. lasting quality.
{ I daintier and tp at this low price. -
.- -- carrier USS 'Franklin D. elongated cup, does net obliterate flaws and the lowest bracts'
recently underwent surgery at the i Roosevelt which less double than the red. Both 'f See our complete selection if*
returned to sect damage. The tips of spik
Friday & SaturdayJ'REPTILICUSiJ hulls Miller Medical Center in ?f superbly styled Caravelli fine
Mayport\ on April 22, after plants are covered with blooms them 1 jeweled
Wed- spending I The process is the usual so.snip h watches from only"
Gainesville returned there I
seven months in the Mediter- and buds which continue to open I '12.15
nesday for further observation. J ranean. from day to day. We read that I!, ing in a solution of one-third modern effect, it I CONVENIENT TERMS

What Was This Beast Horn 50 Million Years The Roosevelt was part of the there have, been quite a few I cerine to two-thirds water, ., that monster
Sixth; Fleet America's major element crosses in these orchid cacti which I there are some interesting satiny black if kept t'] Robison Jewelry
Out of Time? Seafood
,. : .. COLOR RecipesFRIED of seapower in the European have developed a fine array ofi!I of the trade added. Warm solution. for a ''I Atlantic Avenue
irea. During the cruise, the carrier colors. The stems of Mrs. Nel- with the glycerine was .
:':.. Also SCALLOPS visited Rhodes, Athens, Is- son's plants differed also, one for the start and a few drops of ------ -- --------- -- --'

t anbul, Genoa, Livorno, Naples, having only three cornered stems I' disinfectant such as bleach, .
::.. I
Allow 8 breaded
"BE.AUTY'AtJD THE BEAST"TECHNICOLOR 7 or scallops Cannes. and Earoelona.The and the other both flat and tri- hol, or Lysol added to the !
Use small skillet in :
per person. a Roosevelt i is scheduled to sided stems. -I is said to prevent the growth yf
which 2 tablespoons butter per I: s ipend 30 days in Mayport to en-I It is amaryllis time too, such ] mold. We have always had to
is melted. Saute'
., scallops
person I i
ible the crew to take leave. interesting time for those who iodically wipe mold from f I
: Sunday Cr Monday; until golden brown and done. Sea- \ an : nolia leaves that we have I,1 1 i.
son with salt, pepper and celery hybridize them and each year ..
ed with glycerine, and we are
j ,
: "FOLLOW THE BOYS"CONNIE salt. Serve with crisp ba nl.'isautee'd i Maxwell B. Thurstont wait to see the results of their rly waiting to see if the ,

mushrooms or chopped French Air Base experiments. Mr. Carl Borges at : ant'idea works. Many foliages
: FRANCIS PAULA PRENTISS liver. Garnish with parsley and Amelia has. a blooming plant at not come out as attractive in
DANY RORIN RUSS TAMBLYN lemon slices. They may also be |For Temporary Duty present, one of his own hybrids, '' as one could wish, but this :
served with the following sauce: with twelve blossoms. The plant : :
Filmed In The Famed Mediterranean Playgrounds states great
Make a medium cream sauce six'
has up'.1'vo
METROCOLOR put scapes can be made if the treated I
using 3 tablespoons butter, 3-- Staff Sergeant Maxwell B. He
flowers on scape. says terial is placed in the sun for
fhurston, son of Mrs. Edith.. J.
flour and 1 :
tablespoons /* cups such floriferousness has happenedfor < i
.. _. eral days. One can
\ "hurston of :34 'S. 13th St.
-- -- -- -- -- ------ ,
: broth of
chicken (cream
him occasionally but it is not i i with any number of foliages,
!1 landina Beach Fla. I
!soup may be substituted for above has arrived too common.' The bulb was about ones with a heavy texture r
'ou'lIlco! I I ingredients). If soup is used, thin h j ere for a period of temporary four years old, a red and white most satisfactory. Individual '
} : smart this duty under the Air Force's !
.. I until consistency of a soft cust- new i variety from crossing an English ves and small branches can lea-I'
ard. Season with U teaspoon salt, verseas rotational assignment j Flor-
I' amaryllis with the common laid flat in the solution;
pepper, 1 tablespoon lemon juice P rogram, Operation Short Spurt. ida Amaryllis equestre. branches are best processed in a
1 teaspoon grated onion or onion ,Sergeant Thurston, a fuel spe- ;
Tll I I Last Friday there was much upright position with the ends
: U1T juice, 1 teaspoon chopped f esh : c ialist, will return to his perman- j i activity going on around the Fer- the stems submerged. We like
dill, or Vi teaspoon dried dilL e nt assignment at Pease AFB, N.L '
IJ reira Insurance Building, 'and now split the stem ends to
following his Short
Taste and add more if desired. Spurt ]
town has another attractively : surface for absorption.
: :: Makes, I1-, to 3 cups.'t'!| jj J he our.: program Overseas are assignments of only a under few I our landscaped business establishment. !'' time required ranges from

DEEP FAT FRIED SCALLOPS, duration.The I Business firms with attractive eral days to a matter of
I plantings are becoming more num. !> depending on the foliage.
1 pound scallops (Florida) i, sergeant is a graduate of
each and it is certain- has to just keep peeking until
Union erous year
2 tablespoons lemon juice Academy at Bartow, Fla. j

j : .=.-.- WASH Vt teaspoon celery salt
'. 2 tablespoons grated onion

: ;;: and 1 egg, beaten > s
K cup milk or water f Ije palace Saloon

:, : WEARI cracker or fine dried breadcrumbs
Wipe scallops with damp cloth. Florida's Oldest and Most Historic

: Mix together lemon juice, celery
;.:\ salt, and onion. Pour over scal- I I Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place

lops, cover and let stand one or .x ;rr l/ I I For The Finest In Beverages ,
more hours. Drain. Mix beaten t

egg and milk or water. Dip scal- J Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye
lops in mixture, then in crumbs. KEEP O@ :
Sandwiches Barbecue
Pry in preheated shortening, 370 FROM BETWEEN Kosher

Deg. F. until golden brown. Serves
i ? I 1-

1 cup mayonnaise Fernandina Beach Chapter
I : 1 tablespoon lemon juice '

1 li tablespoon teaspoon Tabasco minced onion Society For The Preservation and Encouragement of (II I

1 ,
tablespoons chopped parsley
.. olives 2 tablespoons chopped _stuffed Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America I

2 tablespoons chopped pickle .
Blend mayonnaise, lemon juice, i
Third Annual
and Tabasco. Mix in all other ingredients _

te and chill. Serve with s .
seafoods. Makes 1U cups. f


I 2 cups cooked scallops, cut ,
crosswise into small pieces

1 cup cooked, cubed potatoes

ped 1 cup salad cooked greens green beans, chop- HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MAY 1 11 1963 Plaid ,

short sleeve dress shirt Combine scallops, potatoes and : sheath knows just how to show off a
beans. Set aside while making the
Pure Gold Dressing. 8:00: P.M. Roxanne. Bosom high, midriff: sleek,

$29.9on1 1 cup mayonnaise it bids for immediate attention. Girl

3 tablespoons lemon juice Proceeds Will Go To Benefit The every bit of you lovingly ac
1/8 teaspoon powdered saffron,
mixed well with 1 tablespoonwater '. In tawny Brown Watch plaid Laton
You've Better Fernandina Beach High School Band :I'
never seen vahe-cr; better tooling f trim. Siizes 32 to 40 with f und.
shirts! Smooth Wish and Wear ,
cotton bretddoth in U teaspoon pepper I
proportioned A B
C bra-cup
a new short point; soft slotted colkr-mct neck 1 teaspoon Tarragon vinegar Hear Outstanding Barber Shop Quartets ", I:! .. .
sizes for 2 tablespoons minced onion $20.00 .
perfect fit Pick up several today! .
1 teaspoon prepared mustard :
Mix mayonnaise and lemon From Jacksonville and, Fernandina Beach

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mixture. Add all other ingredients Chorus. I S. Allan'sAtlantic
mixing well Cut up !
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dressing. Chill. Serves 6. \ 1,


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>;a Four 'KensLeaden\ Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 2/1963 .-.

Engagement Told Reid and Soldiers Honored} "
Mary Hon T conflicts which talydl
: Friends of Mrs, J. C. LaViere them oat of the highly accident:
Mr. and Mrs. Grover McEee, "IALrit ,
i will to hear she underwent prone group.

; PERSONALS surgery regret yesterday at Memorial : Jr.,the of Dawson engagement, Ga., have of her announced sister: On Confederate :Memorial Day By UDC '! be Accieleat constant-proneness and it may may occur not

Mission Hospital in Ashville, N. -
Miss Lana Kaye McCranie, to i only for limited periods when
I '
Friends of Mrs. Ethel Rutledge Gerald Purvis returned Sunday C. Mrs. LaViere is a former resi- 1 Sgt. James J. Bowers. The dedication of a Confederate the life of the Apostle Paul as a -- IOPICSI' physical ot. emotional conditions
dent of Fernandina Beach and has States of America-United Daughters soldier of Christ and ended with are acute.' Physicians are
her Channel after Miss McCranie
may see cn 12 at 1 to Jesup, Georgia visiting j i is the daughter i
I made her home with Dr. and Mrs. studying acckknt-proneness m
of the marker
pjn. on the Tennessee Ernie Ford I here during the weekend witn Ashville. of Mrs. Lounell Dalton of Jack Confederacy I prayer. the home, in iadustry and on
J. in
Hooper the Martha
f Show May 3rd and Cth. Mrs. Rut-I friends and relatives. to memory of Mary j I During bothservices, American A Semcc of Your Doctor of Medicine I the highways in an effort to
I ledge who is visiting her Mr. Reid, outstanding woman of the flags marked the resting I' low Local Medical Society and the reduce the catastrophic loss of
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. 31. McEae attended I Honda Medical Asso .1tU1D.i I
( and Mrs I C. B. Rutledge and fam- Pvt. Tommy Brazell is spendinga the Armstrong Junior Col- f Confederacywas held April 26th { places of the Union dead while : life through accident
-iryrin-Sunnyvale, California, went i fifteen day leave with his par- lege vs. South Georgia baseball at the foot of the Martha Reid ;, the Confederate soldier's graves i \''Y HOISACCIDENTPRONE --- -

with a group of Senior Citizens to I! lents, Mr.[ and Mrs. J. A. Brazell game in Savannah last' Saturday.Pvt. monument in St. Peters cemetery. I were decorated with the Confed ? ----t
The marker, which was pur- =:- .z- = _
view the Ford Show and was"aught" : leave 10th for ;. M erate flags. --
will =
Tommy May c ; = r; t-a = ,
( chased accident-
Charles Edwards with the by the Amelia Island Chap- Many persons are
by the camera as it was Ft. Knox, where he is presently ,., : Confederate Memorial Day was With it i is physical =... .: m'i = = -
prone. some a -i
D. c. unveiled .
U. by _
t filming i the audience. j U. S. Army at Ft. Gordon, spent : Mrs. H. W. Fishier, president of April i iI or organic i factor or a w
the weekend with his wife, Mrs.
I carelessness and with others
Friendship Cemetery 'at
I Pvt, James Brazell is spending I Suzanne Edwards and the chapter, who read the "Me-
Mrs. Betty Jones returned Mon- : daughter, bus, Mississippi. The CIUm"J there are mental and emotional -ow ; ._
J a fifteen day leave with his parents day after visiting for a few daysin I Cheryl. mortal Hoar" from the U. D. C. j' women who placed flowers on both 1 causes. "v v =-;;
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brazell,1James Charlotte, N, C. with Mr. and I J ritual Confederate To pin-point Just when a person ra
it: stationed at Cape May, Mrs. Bill Jones and children, Jimmy Gordon, student at Flor- I Ceremonies began promptly at and Union graves inspired has become accidentproneis FI R ST 1#
I ida State University, arrived last 10:15 a.m., with a salute to the > Francis Miles Finch'spoem I not easy. Certain psychological -
N. J. with the U. S. Coast Guard. Carolyn and Terri. I ] LOWCOSTQUALITY
E factors be
"The Blue and the Gray" cause people to
..,,.... weekend to spent the summer Confederate flag led by Mrs. ) : .L
- ---- -- --;--- ---- -
hare acci-
especially likely -
with his, parents, !Mr. and Mrs.. I fishier, followed by a short eulogy In the early hours of the day : dents. An individual quick to IV

.' Dick Gordon. ; of Mary Martha Reid,, given Confederate flags were raised I lose his temper is apt to lack >

: All The Latest for Girls. 'y: by Miss Marie Cone. with appropriate ceremonies under the caution that helps preventan
Rage Ken Townsend spent the week- Names of Confederate veterans the American Flag at both accident Another person \
end with his parents, Mr. and I Junior and Senior High Schools RinD ,to worrying or grieving LJVAIcHY
and Union .soldiers well as a
as I
Mrs R. A. Townsend. Ken is a I may
in the
tribute to all veterans, were ready fity. the job at hand. A person
FADED BLUE DENIM senior at Florida State University -
Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum.The The Amelia. Island Chapter will with a psychosis psychoneurosis -
and will graduate in June.G. .
Reverend James T Dun- hold it's last meeting of the yearon or neurosis is inclined to j r tfLL

I. Alston and son, David, of nam, pastor of the First Baptist May 8th, with a covered dish be exceedingly accidentprone.A .

: WRAPAROUND Englewood, and daughter, Lisa of Church, gave an inspirational talk luncheon at the home of Mrs. described normal as one person who does may the be t u

Florida State University, spent '>n the warrior David from the Henry D. Cook, honoring severalof right thing at the right time
.. last weekend with :Mr. Alston's sonville, Fla., and the late E. 0. old testament. lIe ended'the rites the District Officers. Installation for the right reason. The per-

SKIRTS sister, Mrs. J. C. McJunkin. McCranie. jvith an appropriate prayer. 'I of chapter officers will be a son with a character quirk may t7a r
Sgt. Bowers is the son of Mr At Bosque Bello Cemetery, feature of the day with Mrs. II. do the right thing at the right j
..' John Sessions, Major Don Sessions and Mrs. Jeff Bowers of Ferna names of both Union and Confed- Grady Mathews of Jacksonville, time for the wrong reason or

: Sixes 8 to 16 Mrs. Geraldine Scott and dina Beach. erate veterans were also read and : 2nd vice president general, as at wrong the reason.wrong A time really'for"mixedup the-

daughter, Sandy, of Daytona The bride-elect graduated from honored. Here Rev. Dunnam traced stalling officer. in-I psycho" may do the wrong:;
Beach, spent last Sunday with Terrell (Ga.) High School and -- thin*: at the wrong time for the
L Mrs. J. C. McJunkin and visited currently is attending Columbus wrong reason.
with Mrs. Scott's son, Bill, who Junior College, where she is in ., \ Some people find solutions to
$2.98 I is a patient at Humphrey's Memorial training. at the Medical Center 1 I their personal problems and

[ Hospital 'School of Nursing. '. & The41t adapt situations.themselves They may to changed develop ,

I Friends of Mrs. Shiell Sheffield Sgt. Bowers, a graduate of Per I defenses against their enip

will be glad to hear she is rest nandina Beach High School, attended S
I ing comfortably following eye Florida State University, .. Garden Basket right result is: obtained.
I 'BAILEY'SATLANTIC where he was a Lambda Chi Alpha t Our author
surgery Wednesday at Baptist I suggests curing
pledge. He is now instructor
an bells of Ireland in this
Hospital in Jacksonville. : s BY JANE SCOFIELD glycerine
in Anti-Tank Guided Missilesat
solution, using the
I upright method
AT SEVENTH Here for the funeral of Fred- the U. S. Army Infantry School which should be a great

eric F. Gaines were Mr. and Mrs. at Ft. Benning. II' This is the time of year whenwe ly helping the appearance of Fer- boon, for the little bells shatter I

John Y. Lambert of Vero Beach, 'are apt to be called to share nandina Beach. badly when dried by hanging 1 Ii

: FREE PARKING({ Mrs. Frederick A. Wilcox of It- Robert Sylvester the pleasure of the lovely bloomsof We have recently read an interesting 'Two tablespoons of bleach to a {
haca, N. Y. and Donald Ames of cacti. We had a call this weekto I article on the processingof I cup of glycerine-water solution "
.Cortland, NY.. Mrs. Lambert is Returns Tp Mayport double-header M
see a display. foliage for use in dried ar- will produce parchment colored FRUtCESS iIA
---- --- _- -- a sister of the deceased. Mrs. On USS RooseveltUSS Mrs D. E. Nelson of 1622 Ala- I rangements. Now, is a good time 1 1I bells of Ireland, and experimentation L Precision Jeweled! movement, S'
: Wilcox and Mr. Ames are sister chua has two very different hy- I I to take note of this, for it' is important I with green, yellow, and red fa. shock mamspnnj.a resistant. unbreakablegjp S

and brother of Mrs. Gaines. Franklin D. Roosevelt brids of orchid cacti in bloom to use foliage at the p'/-' J food coloring in combinations and : WINDJAMMER "
I (FIITNC) Robert W. Sylvester simultaneously, both of them ex- I of its maturity but while it is still i small amounts produces very subtle *& Precision jeweled movement, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Lofton 1'1
aian Theatre and son Dandee, Harvey of Tallahassee, aviation structural mechanic quisite. One is a brilliant red, ( fresh, and collection and treatment I and lovely colors. Be sure to tfci c waterproof luminous dial., shock resistant',
I third class, USN, son of Mrs. D. large with a rather wide cup and I can be carried on through-' i use a very light hand with the
weekend visitors in the homeof
Phone 2G1-4819! D. W. Roberts, Mr.I .were Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Lofton. E. Sylvester of 13th Street Ter., many petals, and the other is a out the summer. Good quality foliage .coloring; just a lift, not gaudiness I f{.r jeweled Never before accuracy such,
;.is serving aboard the attack aircraft smaller flower of clear pink withan B important, for processingdoes j is the goal These bells are cut for g styling suck lastin
& Matinees At 2:30-One Show I
Saturday Sunday- : Fire Chief Hoyt Lofton, who '
J and at this 'low
i - -- ., I Ii carrier USS Tranklin D. elongated cup, daintier net obliterate flaws and in- ]processing when the lowest bracts price. preCIsIO.'j
i recently underwent surgery at tel..Roosevelt, which returned to less double than the red. Both : sect damage. j jI begin to brown. The tips of spikes i W See our complete'
& j i '
Friday Saturday !illillb Miller Medical Center in superbly!!! styled
I Gainesville returned there Wednesday Mayport on April 22, after spending plants are covered! with blooms j The process is the usual soaking 4 won't process, so, snip them :5. jenled watches
buds which continue to $12.65CONVENIENT
"REPTILICUS" seven months in the Mediter- and open I II r I
for further observation. ;ranean. from day to day. We read that I in a solution of_ one-third glycerine off.For the bold, modern effect, it TERMS

-- What Was This Beast Born 50 Million Years The Roosevelt was part of the there have, been quite a few I to two-thirds water, but i is useful to know that monstera
Seafood Sixth Fleet, America's major ele- crosses in these orchid cacti which there are some interesting tricks ]leaves turn a satiny black if keptin Robison Jewelry
Out of Time? ;
:' ment of seapower in the European have developed a fine array of I of the trade aJded. Warm water i the glycerine solution for a II Atlantic Avenue
COLO irea. During the cruise, the carrier colors. The stems of Mrs.\ Nel- with the glycerine was suggested month.
:':: Also FRIED SCALLOPS visited Rhodes, Athens, Istanbul son's plants differed also, one for the start and a few drops of a -

.1 t: Genoa, Livorno, Naples, having/ only three cornered stems j' disinfectant such as bleach, alco- : '
"BEAUTYAND THE BEAST"TECHNICOLOR Allow 7 or 8 breaded scallopsper (Cannes, and Earoelona. and the other both flat and tri- hol, or Lysol added to the bleach
person. Use a small skillet in I The Roosevelt is scheduled to sided stems. .j I is said to prevent the growth of Body by

which 2 tablespoons butter per !spend 30 days in Mayport to enable It is amaryllis time too, suchan i mold. We have always had to periodically -
is melted. Saute' .
scallops; )
: 7 Sunday, & Monday \ person until golden brown and done. Sea- the crew to take leave. i interesting time for those who i!: leaves wipe that mold we have from preserved magnolia -- ',, RoxamiePersonality ;,

son with salt, pepper and celery hybridize them and each year
I with glycerine, and we are eagi "
: "FOLLOW THE BOYS salt. Serve with crisp bacon, I i Maxwell B. ThurstonAt wait to see the results of their ,i rly waiting to see if the ,

sautee'd mushrooms or chopped French Air Base experiments. Mr. Carl Borges at : ant'idea works. Many disinfect-I'

< : CONNIE: FRANCIS PAULA PRENTISS liver. Garnish with parsley and'I Amelia has a blooming plant at not come out as attractive in color

DANY ROBIN' RUSS TAMRLYN lemon slices. They may also |For Temporary Duty present, one of his own hybrids, as one could wish, but this author : ir'f

Filmed In The Famed Mediterranean( Playgrounds served with the following sauce: TOUL-ROSIERES AB France I with twelve, blossoms. The plant :I states that great improvements' '
Make a medium cream sauce two with six
METROCOLOR has put up scapes can be made if the treated ma-
using 3 tablespoons butter, 3-' Staff Sergeant Maxwell B. i flowers on each scape. He says terial is placed in the sun for several -
rhurston, of Mrs. Edith. J.
tablespoons flour and I1/* cups has happenedfor
such floriferousness One experiment
-- -- -- -- Fhurston of :34 'S. 13th St. Fer- : I
-- -
-- ,
chicken broth (cream of chicken! iI |
I him occasionally but it is not i 1: with anv number of foliages, but I
landina Beach Fla. has arrived
be substituted for above '
soup may too common The bulb was about ones with a heavy texture are I
look! I ingredients). If soup is used, thin here for a period of temporary I i four years old, a red and white most satisfactory. Individual lea-
you'll this
". I until consistency of a soft cust- luty under the Air Force's' new i variety from crossing an English j ves and small branches can be [
ard. Season with H teaspoon salt, overseas J rotational assignment Florida '
amaryllis with the common laid flat in the solution; heavier
pepper, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, program, Operation Short Spurt. Amaryllis equestre. [ branches are best processed in an
: 1 teaspoon grated onion or onion ,Sergeant Thurston, a fuel specialist '
: much with the ends of
TThliVu1 j Last Friday there was | upright position
I' c will return to his
f esh'I -
1 permannt
f juice, teaspoon chopped
We like
; activity going on around the Fer- the stems submerged. to
e assignment at Pease AFB, N.
dried dill
I dill, or J/i teaspoon '
I L reira Insurance Building, and now split the stem ends to providemore
following his Short
; Taste and add if desired. Spurtour.
sour : for The
town' has another attractively surface absorption.
i Makes 1to 3 i j1i assignments underhe
cups. ..t landscaped business establishment. ': time required ranges from several -
I i program are of only a few
DEEl' FAT FRIED SCALLOPS : months duration.The j;; Business firms with attractive| days to a matter of weeks,
becoming numerous depending on the foliage. One 1
plantings are more !
1 pound scallops (Florida) sergeant is a graduate of ; ?
... j Inion each year and it is certain-i has to just keep peeking until the \
2 tablespoons lemon juice Academy at Bartow, Fla. I
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WASH( /i celery salt
t ,... : .
1 w '
.. 2 tablespoons grated onion I

: ::;/ and 1 egg/ beaten \ ,
U milk water grace nloon I 4ri
cup or je i>t ]
.. WEAR cracker or fine dried breadcrumbs

1 Wipe scallops with damp cloth. Florida's Oldest and Most Historic

t Mix together lemon juice, celery
salt, and onion. Pour over scal- /.;; '.:: Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place

lops, cover and let stand one or For The Finest In Beverages
1 t 1 more hours. Drain. Mix beaten ")' ; i

ir I/A1 egg and milk or water. Dip scallops '=" Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye
T! in mixture, then in crumbs. KEEP O

V a Pry in preheated shortening, 370 FROM BETWEEN : Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue .. 7--
Deg. F. until golden brown. Serves I


1 cup mayonnaise Fernandina Beach Chapter
1 tablespoon lemon juice ..

1>Ji tablespoon teaspoon Tabasco minced onion Society For The Preservation and Encouragement of I

ss 1 tablespoons l chopped parsley Barber In America I
2 tablespoons chopped _stuffed Shop, Quartet Singing

Co l olives ,
2 tablespoons chopped pickle 3 I

Blend mayonnaise, lemon juice, I
Third Annual
and Tabasco. Mix in all other ingredients -
and chill. Serve with i

seafoods. Makes 1}l cups. I


a 2 cups cooked scallops, cut !
crosswise into small pieces

1 cup cooked, cubed potatoes

ped 1 cup salad cooked greens green beans, chop- HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MAY 1 11 1963 Plaid /,

short sleeve dress shirt Combine scallops, potatoes and This plaid sheath knows just how to show off a
beans. Set aside while making the
Pure Gold Dressing. 1:00: P.M. body by Roxanne. Bosom high, midriff sleek,

: $99.9 1 cup mayonnaise tummy in it bids for immediate attention. Girl

only ta 3 tablespoons lemon juice Proceeds Will Go To Benefit The bra'd, boy-legged, every bit of you lovingly accounted -
1/8 teaspoon powdered saffron,
mixed well with 1 tablespoonwater ? for. In tawny Brown Watch plaid Laton
You're never seen fetter value; -ot better looking Fernandina Beach High School Band ; ;" with contrasting trim. Siizes 32 to 40 with f und.

.. shirts! Smooth, Wish and Weir cotton broadcloth in 4 teaspoon pepper ation-fit and proportioned A, B, C bra-cup 'sizes.

i new'short point, soft slotted collar met cede 1 teaspoon Tarragon vinegar Hear Outstanding Barber Shop Quartets ',' .-
2 minced onion .
sizes for perfect fit Pick; up several today! .
1 prepared mustard
From Jacksonville and Fernandina Beach'
Mix mayonnaise and lemon I

: PARTIN'SAtlantic juice.mixture.Stir Add in saffron all other and water As Well As The SPEBSQSA Chorus A. S. Allan'sAtlantic

ients, mixing well Cut '

.. Avenue Phone 261-4241 I I greens and add scallops, ingred-j DONATION ADULTS $1.00 STUDENTS 50c .
and Avenue'P
I beans. Toss lightly i
f dressing. Chill. Serves 6. 1j \ t
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r Xews-'Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida l":' .Thursday'May- "2.'1968 Page Fiva

) 1 ['High/ School Echoes. r FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I .i -

And once the trend is established r nanced out of current revenn s.f recently voted a $270,000,900 bond

I BY SHARON COUGH .By Rcbert H, Fite. President 5. There are 80,000 college students -;' it will tie irreversible. There The same thing applies to big I issse for the needs o/ higher education

J 1 Florida Power and Light Company. in Florida now. There will 'will be no diverting the traffic. It [ business. A company makes an for one )yeas .
Hi! The activities these past attending members ; will be coming to Florida it
were Ted I be 180,000 by 1970, but 50 or estimate and survey of what its
v "" J. fewreeks around Steger, Tommy Oliver, Richard Test firings of long range missiles scent of that increase will take per- : won't be. If we miss now, we miss 'production and customer needs Many people aye 05 or over

y :. the camp- Sapp, John Gregory, Elaine Smith.,I and launching of orbital i i place in the next two years permanently. There will be no i will be for the next so many who are still working: don't real-
of F. B. Ellen Babb, Sue Self, flights from the pads at I second chance. I
us H. S. Beverly; : space 6. Of the nation's Noble ;ears. That it issues bonds or file| that ifi Her the law they are
k have Jones, Mary Cleland and Eve, I Cape Canaveral keep the spotlight prize i
really been 'winners I The financing for this is goingto .
20 stock to finance
work the ;
10f national interest and study in t expansion i"partiaHjr reefed" and can re-
busy It Jones. focused on have be
i seems to obtained in two I
Florida with brilliance. |California, none in Florida. Of : !program necessary to meet those !i i 1 reive .gome social security' pay.
FOR are so After many long awaited weeks,I 'I increasing I the 643 members of the ways. We are'going to have to
many things to the 1963 Pirate finally arrived.' The publicity is priceless, far j'Academy of Sciences National: I pay more taxes and we are going I needs. The people of California I!ments. .
137 work "
TURNING CARS '.:,,.:' do but not and was given to the students in ,, beyond a press agent's wildest 'I and study in California, 2 in Florida Ito }have to borrow money for education .- .
: }6 enough time to an assembly. This year the annual dreams. I ;i for the first time.

-- -- .,<' do them. The : is dedicated to Mrs. Marjorie i But a far greater impact is be- !I. 7. California As noted, we spend less per ,#; ttt le kstom Made
+ ; seniors are the A. Child Lucy Dyal, editor, and< ing felt in other phases of Florida's -! spends $3 per ,
!capita on education than 1
i capita on education for $1 any Covers
Slip Drapes
busy ones pre- :staff did a fine job with the yea economic development as every r- -
Florida does for public higher state in the Southeast. We are K
Quick paring for the last few weeks of book. I businessmen and industrialists ,I
education and ten times 0' FINEST MATERIALS
'! as much about halfway down the list
School. The with increasing interest, the
juniors are all working The marching Pirate Band will eye I for '
private higher education. i among the states in amount of GUARANTEED
diligently getting everything make trip to Fort.Walton Bead multi-million dollar spending each t
SolutionTo I' in order for the Jr.-Sr. Prom. this weekend for the annual State new space project proposes. i I Many other states are makine t state taxation per capita: but W0BKM4NSIUI* ,
!, major bids for consider that tourists
industry with one-
space pay
I i 0
On Thursday, April 25, four Contest. The band will be gone Satellite industries are spring-
educational such i third to one-half of the state taxes -
programs i
as we
An I members of the Key Club left for for the entire weekend and would ing up all over the state. GenerallJectric's have under consideration. In the in Flroida, and we drop to the ,, a '
!like to thank who has big research and development -
everyone :
Hollywood, Florida to attend the near future, a definite trend will bottom 'of the list.
contributed to making this trip{ I project for the Apollo Draperies
25th annual Florida Ditri Key possible. | moon-shot space capsule is goingup be developed as to the ultimate I We must borrow for education :! ,
Old direction in which this I !It
Club Convention. There were two Beach in- because
near Daytona Aerojet-
Report cards went out Tuesday
general assemblies Friday, followed General's site, acquired for future 't ,_
by a dance that night. One gen I and many students were well [ expansion of solid propellant roc

MONEY eral! assembly and the House of pleased with their cards. This i is; I ket motors, is south of Miami. A' 8th

Delegates was held Saturday. At really showing a final mark for] i I Sarasota, on- the lower west coast T I
the House of Delegates, the
new the seniors. I Electro-Mechanical Research wor
district officers, governor, record- '
PROBLEM IBy I The Future Homemakers of I new NASA related contracts. .
ing secretary, and treasurer, were
America will have a cake: sale I Electronics is perhaps the fast
elected. The Governors banquet Saturday morning between 9 and est growing industry' in the state. Economy Portable Kitchen !
V V V \ \ \ \ v v y\ \ I and ball was held Saturday night 12 in front of Allan's. The pro- I It was well established before the 1 j
with girls from the local schools
ceeds will be for Mother- broadened its market.
used a f space age
c solidaGgayoerr S attending. The boys attending the Daughter: Banquet The gills will! o Estimates are that employment Only
convention Chip Wood,
upcoming I sell' fudge, brownies, cookies and I in this field now exceeds 12,000 p ;
wletaa ill tINs irte a single \ president, Mike Pikula, I .
I an assortment of cakes. or an increase of 17% in a ;:
Burgess Lewellen, J. K. Freeman fGa ;
tow lfl44 A
yau CM straighten single ) \t1r
I year.
See next week!
\ and Mr. Cook, the club sponsor. I you .
a tycur financial affairt! in Manufacturers looking for
I The National Senior Honor So- $ Uses Dutch oven principle of cooking_
projects are naturally'
short ertkr. Why act let us \ I ciety attended a State Convention Ferreira Conducts prompted space-age to consider a Florida with controlled, reflected heat. ..l1eatL
show tlew works? held in Jacksonville last eekend.I Wtii i .
yon I.plat I \\ location. "That's where the busi- rotates, instead of the meet, inside"
\ I The first busness! meeting started "" observed t cast aluminum own. Features chromerJated -
, ness is, one news ser
I at 9:00: ,Saturday morning. ,The (Continued from Page One) hinged grid, raft iron fire grate, .
rT \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ YV I vice. -
,I most prominent speaker was Dr. aluminum tray and legs, Bakelite han .
President Capital City First Natl. Florida el to-e-3sa
Frank G. Slaughter, author of the Other factors favor a dle on lid, and rubber-ti.d wheeU. I
Bank, Tallahassee; J. Mahlon McKinney plant site, too. Skilled labor and
.. Golden Lie and many other well. I
LOANS UP TO KM known books. The, entertainmentfor Chairman and President technicians are easily recruited.':
: Dixie County State Bank, Cross conditions and Thrifti-Cuf
-e 't the morning was furnished by I The ideal living a
( A ( City; T. P. McLeod, Jr., President wide variety of year-round out Gril Lite
7. 1.11III i the Forest High: School ensemble. cU d
of Greenville, Greenville much
Bank ; door recreation that help so
I Following lunch, workshops were : \V \1 CY.eeoar
: different X. L. Pellicer, Vice President St. : in recruiting a work force also 18" Rotary PAower u ru :
held concerning phases \
FINANCE I Augustine National Bank, St. 'make for more contented work- I Fluid I
of the honor society. The second Lighting
== I 1 I
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CORPORATION business session was held at 3:00: Augustine; G. Rodman Porter, : ers. Labor is more cooperative and !

: 303 Atlantic Avenue at which! time campaign speeches: President Apalachicola State I man-hour production is relatively Only
Fernandiaa Beach, Florida I were made. A banquet was held Bank: Apahchic9la; R. H. Roach, I l high.In. } I -i
!Jr., Executive Vice President and 1961 cash farm crops total Only 59c
Telephone 261-3631 at G:30: with a program by the I
ALSO FIVE CfFICEi IN JACKSONVILLE I Air Force( followed with a dance Cashier Citizens Bank, Perry; W. ed $857 million, ranking it 14th 1.
: with music by Johnny Jelinek. The A. Ruis, Vice President Citizens in the nation. After expenses S

-- --_ _____ __ ___n ___ Bank, Macclenny; Keith S. Steen, I there remained an average of 42- 4 $3888with ,, 10-C133
I Executive Vice President Palatka .2c.take home cash from each dollar j Here's the quick, clean way io.light charcoal or wood
i Atlantic National Bank, Palatka; the highest rate in the na fires for picnics and barbecues. Smokeless. Iwnes
: I J. J. Taylor, Executive Vice Presi- I no smudgy soot. Sturdy metal one-quart can features .
Casher! Bank of Haw- tion.While operating i'' squirt cap for safe application. .
dent and freezing temperatures
I trade I
MEN'S SUITS thorne, Hawthorne; G. G. Ware, during the December cold snap
Chairman Emeritus of the Board probably destroyed about 30% of

First National Bank, Leesburg; I the citrus crop, higher prices for .. t Stereophonic ire 23
Wm. E. Welliver, Presideht Bay the remaining fruit will largely _
National Bank & Trust Company, I offset it.With 1 s"j Record St
WE[\ HAVE 40
Panama City; Dr. C. M. Kaufman, the state's economy now
Consultant to Committee, Schoolof largely supported by tourism and ,''ll :. 80-159 I

Forestry, University of Florida, industry, the loss in agricultural .! Player I a
= 'r NATIONALLY! i ADVERTISED Gainesville. income, if any, has had little no- I I

ticeable effect. I A rugged, low-priced mower with dependable $ 95 t> '
"One local gent suggests that But despite the importance of' 'I' 5 9
we legalize bingo. He sees it as a manufacturing and agriculture, 2# h.p. Clinton engine with instant-action recoil .
solution to the problem of the tourism i is still Florida's biggest starter. Rugged steel deck. Adjustable
i corn surplus. Alvin E. Eric- and most important industry andit i .1 Only $6,00 DoWri Feature Fold Away Turntohl.cutting .
son, 'Bonduel! l. (Wis.:) Times. also produces the biggest money ,; height. :
OUT" -- Two detachable speakers and two hi-fi cones produce loutspeaker -
WE ARE CLOSING : crop. Last year's 14 million vis- ]
itors spent more than $1-1/2 bil-I performance. Features four-speed rrord changer, .
dual sapphire needles, and luggage-type carrying case. ,
I .
S S lion.This
is why Florida's welcome ,

AT than
grow; bigger; and better ever.

In the last 12 months $90 million:f.' 22" Rotary Mower P\ Sit! and Stand
in new tourist facilities .
been added, not including expenditures '/ Seat
--- --- -- JI Baby
sa$42.50! & $39.95Regulars of many more millions for ;( Ii I f I II'

improved highways, parks and : .$2.30 .
value! at low cost- public facilities. I! : $64.95. AWeek
and I Tropical sunshine on the beaches I : $279
our Family Life ;1 ..
the palmtrees Y
: by day, moonlight on ,'
Sizes 36 to 44 Insurance Plan. : at night' these are still the I l'l'A deluxe, high quality mower Cast

Contact me today! : magic ingredients of Florida's ap :"' ID2E8 aluminum deck is unconditionally : ; Designed. to fit large cars
i peal. They make the state a powerful -I guaranteed for one )'ear Powerful 3-hp Briggs '. to compacts. Features padded

BAilEY'S. i magnet; for tourists. & Stratton engine; has ea s y-sp i n recoil starter. back and seat, covered
with colorful
T ... James Bowers f,i Pushing ahead on a recordbreaking I i Adjustable_ cutting heights and many other deluxe features. vinyl; tubular ,guard rail
expansion program -== -=-- = -= -=:=:--=-=-
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314 AtbntJcre. Folds flat for storage.
ty : saw a 300,000 kilowatt unit 19.12,1, .
I Phone 261-3032:)
ATLANTIC AT SEVENTH f:;; 1 I ed in operation at our FIRESTONE DELUXE :
lJ I
second similar
slam I plant in June and a .
,M.r ear unit being readied for opera 4

iiii PARKING({ I Ir II STATE. FARM MUTUAL tion in April 1963. SfetyiotaryMowers4ea :
Atttomch l Insuranci
,. 4 Companyfiarot IYSYIINfI At Port Everglades two 425-: ,
Office Pifl6ffltfi to tfltng't
% :
I t I 000 kilowatt liiiits'nre under* construction ,
; e
one for 19G4 operation,
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.. 20-Ineh 2(5'( II.P. !:.:
the other lorA n.'t.

announced third 425,000 for construction kilowatt unit at I $69-95: 399 :

WHAT COULD A Water Heater was a new plant site in the Cape Canaveral I -} Only

area, also for 19G5 0 D$69,211"Vacuumpitch"r $2.50 a Yetk f I! 8124Just ,

BE EASIER? That tion.These four units total opera-I blade cuts grass super-fine, eliminating .' set it and forget it! Dial control for full, i :

literally 000 kilowatts to be added in a' clumping and need for grass catcher Rugged 4-c>cIe. t .,.i partial or side area coverage. Waters. art*, up to I :
'' & Stratton control panel. ,A .
three year period, 850,000 kilowatts Briggs engine. Finger-tip 1575 square feet. of r

in 1965 alone. -- -. ---- ---- .,,
: ; : :
: : -
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Costs YOU. Nothing! -. .

00 By Stanton D. Sanson, PresidentN. u..... .
t K. Winston-Sanson Florida .
Corporation Spalding Official :-:

'lion 30 Gal. Glass Lined 10 Year Warranty If there remain any skeptics Littie League -
about the need for immediate legislative .
a Little
implementation of a vast i League ;

iLv1 White Gas Water Heater program for higher scientific and I IOEN } Bats 1
i it
: technical education' through a R vOfficial Baseball

I'greatly expanded college and uni : E

: versity program, let them examine ,
Your Electric Water Heater Will Make Down Payment. Payments these facts: .Little' 30 10F227 ,
Ltagu: -
I II : 2
I less of its Only
Florida spends S
Up To $5.00 A Month Can Be Made From Your Savings I per 1. capita income on higher education r. : $2.20 ;

On Fuel. I than any states in the I. 1 Official for Little League play. each .

Southeast. 4 Features double-stitched,alum Designed to meet the specifications of .
2. Less than half of Florida's I. r: tanned leather cover. Bluegrayyarnwound
Little League teams. Each bat is made
WE r0IIA\'E ON DISPLAY THE NEW college age people are in school with cushioned >I
by comparison with other states. cork center. / of selected, seasoned hardwood'

ROPER "CHARM"UIL9'I This is particularly true in the I

junior and senior years.

3. Florida keeps only 10 percent LITTLE LEAGUE SHOES SENIOR LEAGUE SHOES
i RANGES of its best graduate engi- :
neers and only 70 rc of all its en-
gineering graduates. The othersgo S .
$4 95
elsewhere to work where they $8.10.
can continue their study and re- I

Good search. /
Housekeeping 4. which 25
California, gets :
. percent of the nation's' prime defense !

I Gas & Appliance Co. I,.I I institutions the government,contracts has 161 of public higher and research 41 and%education private of contracts all, I' Ttresione i :J: Hy :

sue JYU1.EE including five universities conferring i

FLA. YULEE, FLORIDALP doctorate degrees, or 16, if
you consider the 11 separate University

GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICE of California campuses. 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 1 .
Forty-seven percent of all junior .

-...,.,.- ., y college enrelUaent is ia California i .
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: ry: Six! News. Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 2, 1963 \ ..

Hilliard Student Kiwanians frain from razzing the opposing I More men than women:died of

Total annual* sales of the paper:f Yulee Parents Urged Winner of Public Hear team. A sincere "well done" is i' Barber ShoppersContinued cancer last year, according to the ,
the only for and
and allied products industry Cancer SocietyContinued pay players American Cancer Society. This
amounts to about $14,000,000,000., To Register '63-64 Speaking ContestJames (Continued from Page One) losers and winners may share ( from Page One) has been true since 1949. The rate

... I in 1963 \will be about 54 men to
list Graders I In ( from. Page One) ville office of Prudential for this.Let's i
I May D. Seldomridge of Hi! several support our Little League Howard Hanna, Don Heafner 46 women. Support the 1963 Cru-

in I Crusade, Mrs. Oxley explained, I 1 Hard High School was the winner years. leaving the fierce competitionof t Mercury Kavouklis, Charles Nis-i i I sade of the American Cancer So-
recasualty i t All parents the Yu ee School \
of the Public The I
speaker the
1 district with children who are six I "is to save half of those who de: : Speaking Contest explained workof teams and the harsh up-braid. sen, E. N. Roberts, Claude Ruc- ( sponsored by the Nassau Soil the Lions Club in sight conservation tr
automobileand j lor will be so on or by January, velop cancer each year or the I 1 Conservation District cooperating and presented a film ing for mistakes: to the majors. I ker, Harry G. Taylor, S. A. Webster I} r
!' 1964, are urged to register them i I lives of 265,000 men, women and I, with the Florida Association of which delimited how the Eye It's just a game but WHAT a .I Wm. F. Bond, C. S. Burg- rence, Craig Duey, Russell Still, t

NOW. (i for the first grade before May 27. J I done children.if we We are know able this to persuade can be I Soil and Water Conservation District Bank works, and how persons i game. hardt- -,- Dan Ellis, George Law- John Puletti and Don Himmelman. f
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Registration hours will be from wishing to make of .
people to get to their doctors in I Supervisors. a bequest
LIFE 18 a.m. until 3 p.m. daily at the I! time for prompt treatment. But James' subject was the Develop- their eyes for the use of a qualified Ii

Yu'ee School. The parents' coop. I now we are saving only one out I ment of Resources through Small recipient of this aid, may do
I eration in getting their first t iof three patients because of delay Watersheds, and won for him so, by simply signing an agree-
INSURANCE graders registered at this timewill I in diagnosis. This is why the I first prize of $15.00. ment during his lifetime, or by ." I
be appreciated.In educational phase of the Crusadeis The contest was held at the Including such a bequest in his r TORO'.W'WMrlMPERFORMANCE
I Will Due to the for immediate ..
Buy your life insurance so important"The Hilliard Rotary Club on April 22, necessity --.......:: '. ,
where buy fire order to register a child, the and action within hours after .... $, r. .J. wM...,.. '."'; '.f'. FEATURES
you your i long-range objective of the James is now eligible to par i.'S \ > ,,...
casualty and auto insurance.We I parent will be asked t6 present Crusade, the chairman, explained, ticipate in the area contest at Icath for the transplant to be _,: ... 1.1" ..,\is .. Here's a mower that Change height, of cut
offer a complete program written evidence in regard to the "is to supply the funds needed to Green: Cove Springs on May 7. made successfully, it is necessary .. < .a: ; ,{.jJ.: not only cuts the grass in seconds. Anti-scalp
of whole life, I that the Eye Bank be notified immediately ,, v". ;;:' --. ... '''''.-' better, it 360
family bags clipdish gives rotecr
I -
following: 1. A birth certificate. : saw the other half of the people The area winner will go on to the -
plans, mortgage redemptionand 'State after donor's death, so ;..ir- pings, trims close and tion.Short crankshaft l
I Vaccination to small who develop cancer each year. Contest in August in which\
estate builders. prevent that the persons to be benefitedmay : eliminates leaf raking is 300% stronger. Ex-
: pox. 3. Diptheria immunization, or Achievement of this objective prizes range up to 15000. be prepared for the transfer. forever. elusive "WindTunnel" -
rests on more research, for more housing. .
WOOTENInsurance Schick Test which has proven the Thomas G. Hall, speaking on IOTE RECOIL.
I funds are urgently needed. Scientists STARTING This rotary meets the requirementsof i
Little i Behalf of the Nassau County Bar .0 ,
child immune. i about League ASA Standards.
optimistic today
Agency are ij Association, spoke briefly on Law Safety ;
An orientation for breakthroughs $99.95
program possible new '
Day USA which is sponsored by ONE YEAR WARRANTY
CALL ELLEN SHANK parents- 9f children entering the cures or even a vaccine against (Continued from Page One) j the American and Florida Bar
261-5503 I first grade next year will be held cancer."
Associations and other Bar Asso-
27 at the Yulee School. I gue Park behind the Recreation '
May I Mrs. Oxley observed: "We look Hations throughout the country. :
Center the Chem-Cell Cubs and > ,
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forward to that day we hope the Lions Hornets will get thing U began about five years ago and
I not too distant when cancer Js going for the youngsters between ATLANTIC AVENUE k
AUTO AIR-CONDITIONERS : will be wiped out when our the ages of 9 and 12. of each year. ...
: families and friends and people Chem-Cell will have a veterai ---

RECHARGEDALL I everywhere will be freed from the ball club back in its second yeai W. M. Brooks
in the Little League and hav( .
i dread prospect of a disease which ',
MAKES AND MODELSGET been having a fine pre-seaso ,
has caused so much pain and suf training session by winning mos (Continued from'Page One)
YOUR UNIT READY FOR SUMMER NOW! I, fering. of the exhibition games. ,I LOANS
The deceased is survived by i
Agency For CLARDY Air-Conditioners i jWE I. Volunteers in the Amelia Island Jimmy Peacock, Walter Stun her husband, W. M. Brooks o1
Ronnie McDonald ,
geS Butch
0 areas will call in the late Fernandina Beach; three daughters
I afternoon or early evening on Broadwater, William Gass, Flet ,, Mrs. Robert B. Lockwoof .-
SPECIALIZE IN Friday, May 3. cher .Shurley, Max Hord, Wesley and Mrs. Lloyd E. Wolters, both ON OUR SAVINGS LOAN PLAN, YOU DON'T 4
0 Tune-Up Douglas, Edwin Rowland, Stev<
of Fernandina Beach, and Mrs .
I "I hope that all of the peoplein '
Wheel Alignment Solomon, John Hollis, Darrell Ben N WITHDRAW FROM YOUR
this community will open their John" L Butler of Charlotte, SAVINGS '
t Automatic Transmission Repairs I doors and their hearts when a ner, Stanley Stewart, Larry Gut; C.; a sister, Mrs. G. H. Reynold!
Ashe will the banner
and Mike' carry '
Crusade volunteer calls." of Fernandina Beach; sever
I for the Chem-Cell Cubs dur. grandchildren; three great-grandchildren BORROW WHAT YOU '
REYNOLDS MOTOR I ing the season. and a number of niece .- .. AT 5'/2 % ,
The Lions Hornets, will be a
Second RabidContinued
Local. Oldsmobile Dealer tough team during the 1963 cam and nephews. I REPAY AT ONE TIME |
Phone Active pallbearers were, Louis : I'
232 South 8th Street 261-3122 paign with such stars as Martin .
( from Page One) Steve Hendrix Ferreira, John T. Weisner, Geo J
Holton, Billy Leeper) -
- David' Bowers, Doug Johns, rge T. Davis, E. J. Smith, I. W :
In view of the seriousness of Jr. and Davis Sr.
Hardee: Stuart !f "
Cecil Bennett, Bill Miller, Tony
the situation, Dr. Woolsey urged Charles Honorary pallbearers were, H. :
Vizearrondo, Bobby Burton,
Shiell's Swap Shop that all dogs which have not been. Horton, Wayne Vizcarrondo, V. Burgess,.J. B. Haddock, P. G. : YOU GET THE !toAN
inoculated against rabies be ira Billy Stewart, Tommy Corbett, Haddock, H. C. Haddock, John FULL AMOUNT OF YOUR
I mediately inoculate, as a dog Ferreira, J. W. Cox H. W. Fisher .
Terry Rowe and Rocky Daugh ;
511 SOUTH 8th STREET of' -
may be the means transmitting Dr. H. B. Dickens Jr. H. F.
taking care of the chores. .
erty ?
I NOW DEALER FOR the disease caataiied'all to humans.He The Senior League will have Stone, Sr. and Dr. Cecil Brewton. -. ; :

further par four games in the first week of Oxley Mortuary is in charge of .

DOZiER AND GAY PAINTS ents near to any warn wild children animal not that to acts go playas conflict will the in Little scheduling League.A .has services. .... WITHOUT DELAY, DISCOUNT, PENALTIES OR ;

"REST FOR THE SOUTH"Latex strange or appears Sick. When come about ,because the lights at

wild animals loss*," M>her} fear of the City Ball Park are not ready Just Ramblin'Continued :: ",:,,; ,' .,. SERVICE CHARGES. |
or One-Kote White.. I humans and dogs "ftls1 almost a and Little. League play was ori ,... : ST.
Flat Wall $3.15 gal. Enamel $5.50 gal. sure indication of Abies. ginally set for 'afternoons until ( From Page One) .

Semi-Gloss High Gloss For the convenience of dog school, was out for the, summer.
Enamel $3.95 gal.I Enamel $5.00 gal. I owners in the Yulee area, the up 'to the 18th green and found '
Health Department has arrangedfor FACTS ABOUT: PAPER his last shot had found its way

White and Colors '. a Veterinarian' to be at the into a difficult lie in the sand krnandinaSavings
Vulee Health Pente f (School Pulp and paper mills are located trap. In frustration, Ed tossed :
BrushesRollers Scrapers Building) Satur&tf, May 4, from in 47 states 1,153 cities the last club he had used into the .
):00 A.M. until 1:00;:: P.M. for inoculation and towns and require the trap beside the ball and with a T. ,

EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THAT PAINT JOB ;I of dogs. The fee'will be knowledge and skills of 600,000 "you got it in there now get it And Loun Association

|2.00 per dog. employees. out" he stalked away to the "
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-- clubhouse.

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The following is not original -
with but I consider it timely
Wesson Oil with us the opening of the Little Nov What Could Surprise Her More

League Season on Monday.! The
article originally was written by *

one Tom W. Jones for the Sebring .,.
OR News and with slight alterationis .
carried in its entirety. "

Food Fair Oil America's number i One sport
I "
jI)1) come to Fernandina Beach's bud- ,.
; .
$ ., ,ding baseball aspirants with the .. :,1
i opening of the Little League sea / V
son Monday. Appropriate cere
16 0 Bottles
:. monies will be held and the first

pitch will herald the first gameof
"' = LIMIT ONE ";ITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER a ten weeks schedule.

I The uniforms bear the names ,
.. of highly respected institutions of ,; ) I % N14I
this community each a team
I MAXWELL\ HOUSE sponsor. But the boy who wears .
the uniform is the real reason for .
Little League. He may be just I 4
turned nine years old scared toI I YJ$ .a v J
604 Atlantic Ave.
Coffee )1 Lb. Can 48c death he might have to bat in the :
first game, yet quite confident Y t ,
he'd rather be in this particular r i6
uniform at this particular time,, z a

J SOUTHERN MADE LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER than be anywhere else in the t ,1 ',f;" *< f, ) }
I world. Or1 he may be an old hand .
I at the game a veteran at 12 ii. ., j"'l. .i: :
FOOD FAIR with -, ;"7M .. ;tit. .
of little cockey ,
Grits Meal ; vears age: a "", S 1
or experience, but not quite sure rV
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what this year's crop of pitchers !: 0 ,// .1 j :' .
may send his way. .y, 'M ":'
38c The umpire a volunteer \ >5)1) '
lb.Coffee 1 Lb. Can .
25c calls' "batter up". The manager f", _

a volunteer nervously fingers: i ;'
t hand full of pebbles or pulls at

i LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER his collar. The announcer a iA..:
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volunteer: keeps the spectators .
hosted on batting orders. The r,Aj

GIANT I@ M GIANT corer a volunteer poises a t i

nencil over the official play-by .

i 100 FREE jlay record of the game. The u, : \
Cheer Fine
I i Tex scorekeeper a volunteer tY '"...'. .!, .
teadies his 12 inch numerals for y .
the Scoreboard. The hotdog vendor 7n .i ,<

I& Mvtki.thqwiiiupLIMIT a volunteer wipes his counter !k ,,4A

clean. And the bleachers -
58 1 PER FAMY 48 filled with volunteers shout

WITH uoooo ORDER friendly encouragement to the 4 Y
s young Ruth, or Williams, or f
LIMIT l ONE WITH Fy0. EXPIRES S.H1 ... Fu LIMIT ONE WITH Speaker, or Cobb, or Mantle, or '
HI \\\ Maris, who hitches t*
or DiMaggio, .
$5.00 FOOD> ORDER TI $5.00 FOOD ORDER ', '
up his britches, adjusts his bat. :
-- --- -- ting; helmet, powders his hands :Ktia
SIRLOIN OR T-BONE 1 with sand, and to the :IL..wc.. .. .. ....,. A4.
steps up
3 for f
j' Cucumbers -14c| plate. Volunteers all playing,

STEAK lb. BLUSEroxHamburger I ; SSe :I v helping, or watching just for than a Personal, Colorful
the sheer love of baseball or
Fresh Corn lOfor 49c boys or both. <

Sibs. | .89Smo. Little League Baseball deservesour EXTENSION PHOI: E v''
interest, enthusiasm and '
I sup-
u Celery I sla Ik' 90 oort Because its for boys, not Pamper Mom with the year-round time and step.saver-an extension phone. '

Bacon Ib. 35c run bonus by babies volunteers, and(nobody because make it is Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedroom,

EXTRA FANCY WINESAP a cent), some of the coarser elements kitchen, Florida room, patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Business

SHANK of the big league are omit- ., Office or ask any telephone serviceman. '
HAMS lb. 39c Apples 2 lbs. ; 29c ted. There's no room for jeering ". Southern! I.
I : the umpire from the stands. or BellP
arguing with him on the field. "
.. And players and spectator re.III M ..a 1Afr _

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..- . ..- ... . .-- 'Plfdiff lews"To Newsleaden Fernandina' Beach, Florida 'Thursday, tfay 2, l33 Page Seven
Bobby Boiling caught 2 two- lie I! Golfing r Haws

ISports; Slants'BY f ([I'pound fire with Carl pounds.Douglas the bass.largest!,Ronnie Ronnie brang'weighing ht'Kostoff Kostoff iti 7 ab'obt bass and and, irsrity tayIn Several BY WILLIE records, were MATTSON broken j as '! O'Sfeen' Team Wins-Golf!# Tornmiieat I

Bill Crawford caught four lass Season Fi'mtfe the ladies played the second found
i of Fred O'Steen Gor Taylor. Pozega. ,
weighing three to four pounds matches iii the Annual The team Harry .
CURT GORDON apiece and Joe Davis arid'Bill Ball Handicap. don Butler, D. W. Ringer and I 71 Rudy York, Jrm Webber, I v 73 Red Bean, Don Roberts;
Championship tournament Mi'Torii
1! btcught in 30 mixed bream and The Fernafldina Beach* Pirate j' Lannon played her: best Arthur Renshaw emerged as win Newt Roberts, and Chuck Howard ( Woodrow Stewart, Tom Tillman..
1 last afternoon. baseball te'a'rii' wound tip its 1963 I ners of the Fernandina Beach j I j 74 Ray Caldwell, Lester
It will be a big day Mondayfor over sfx pounds. Mrs. Hilda Davis: rid breast Tuesday I game of her short golfing career<
a number of kids around town I caught 10 trout and were biting, 1 Fishing continues to be good: at baseball season by bowing to the in, defeating Mrs. Carl Glenn '3- ; Golf 'Association best ball tournament I 71 Harry Poole, Carl Swan- Durham, Jeff Bowers.
when the Little League and Senior good until the weekend Tidy i Potts and they'have: all the neces'sary Bishop' Kenny CrWders.. 6-'d; in Mrs Lannon broke ninetY'for tiie Saturday, with a net 67. son, Emerson Fizer and Harry 1 79 .- Tom Shave, Burns Bailer,

( baseball Leagues open the $a. '! weather. Kenneth Wild rvent, '1 bait red Y for 'you fishermen -', the 'opening -ganie- 'df the i subgroup first time and by five stroke Fifty-eight members* the larg Sahlman. Ray Landress and Don Brown.

sons. Monday aftrnoon at five fishing on three different days to try lour luck. I! baseball tournament. i shooting an 85. Mrs. Bill Mekc est number to ever participate in 71 Glynn Waas, Pence Entr- [ Winners ww presented merchandise -

o'clock, the Senior League wiU and brought in 14, 9 and 6 sheeps- 'ft. (( "( ;i .Kenny scored a run in the first :broke a hundred for the.. first: an Association tourney, compete. minger and Cecil Brewton. t I prizes by tourney chairman -

get the season underway at tlfe head for the three trip. Bro\vaid. Porter's Fish Camp repbrts tliai : without getting-a base hit when time, shooting a 97 in besting in the successful event. 72 Bill Melton, Ervin Wile Rudy York. .,
City Ball Park. Monday night the : Freeman. his wife and son had a has been a.t standstill i Lee walked' to' ojJefl1 the game, Mrs. L. C. Shave who played one j Each team consisted of a cap liams, Bill Miller and Tom Digby,' In the evening a dance and
fishing .a t; ;tain and A, .B, and C playersmuch 72 George Edison buffet enjoyed by Association
Little League will begin with a nice catch of trout last Friday af 1 because of the' bad weather rind moved to second on a ground out, ''of her best games with an 83. Tyson were
at eight o'clock<< at the Lit- ternoon. Cheryl Jones ctmtinute to : stole third and scored on a ': -' : as pro-amateur events are Casey, Lewis Nolan and John members at Ten Aew 6.
game I we MIld not get a ,report froir! pas' Mrs. Dan Daugherty defeats dI with receiving ___ ___
tie League Ball Park behind the : l lead in the Drum Fish & Con. ;( Bud Holt's Owan Pier, probably ed ball. The second Crusader taly l- Mrs Harry Poole 3.2, Mrs. II E.I : handled players. ---. --. u
Recreation Center Then, it will : test at Skipper's. Mir Skipper I came in the second innin specified handicaps.In : -- -
1 Miss
became! of the bad weather ovei I Williams got past Lynda with 68
second were
be baseball until July 12 when says that from the way the.drumS the weekend. I when Regan singled to open the Mattsbn 2-1, Mrs. Andrew Allan place a
the reason is over. Following the (>8son has beep lately, it is doubtS frame and' scored when1 the nej '; nosed out Mrs. Ed. Beach one Tom Lannon, Andy Allan, Bob
reg'i1' ,r season, the District Tournaments 'I ful anyone will oust Mia Jones' I I vT uT T? three Kenny batters walked to i on the eighteenth, Mrs. Glyn upi : Breslin and Jimmy Clark. I SCOTTY
SKtve of Callahan Third, with 69, were Bob Tal.I -
Mrs. LeifhtoB -
and the State Tournaments i as the leader. force him across' the plat I Waste knocked out Mrs. RolBryce' bert I
of the b iter'golferS h iii ton, Bill Childs, Ham Hamilton
will be played and if one
won I Three wilks'ana' a single by 3.1, Mrs. Clinton Herring I
the Regional Tournament will! be the Fernandina Beach Women'sGolf Mannassa in the fourth' accounte Mrs. York 2-1 and | and Steve Spence.
Fish L&fton Rudy
Potts Camp on Association, had her best over Three teams tied at 70 for TRAVEL
next. Creek reports some more fine Saturday. for two more Bishop Kenny runs- Mrs, Edison Casey took Mrs Bill I They And '
; round to date last fourth place. were ;
i catches of bream acid hate, but fc and a single arid three Pirate ei. Childs tq the twentieth hole before Anderson, Waltei 4.LTTRAlLER
i Highlight of her round was an Buddy Burgess
I S' ipper's Fish Camp at Nassau i fishing hasn't been too good because eagle three on the par: 5 fifth i rors gave the winners their final winning one up. I Preston and John Barniak; Bol

;tile reports some nice catches I of the windy weather. Johnny ,j' hole at the local cours'e.I two runs of the game! in' the f is tn. This week's: matches bring tfl. Gideon, .Pete Ingram,, Cecil Lop- 1

of fish before the bad weatherset I I Walker caught 25 mixed I Fernandina collected a base: hit !tether Mrs. Daugherty and Mrs. I tien and Darwin Smith; Sam Mer

in. Jaek Staloaker had a nicecatch 'I bream, Lewis Kirk and Mr. Candy We heard a real salesman.a few in the first when Alan Cove Williams,' Mrs. Tom Lannon and I tow, Ed Boner, Dan Daugherty, PERFECT FOR

of trout with one weighing caught 24 blue gil, arid Frank. andINTERNATIONAL ... I dUB ago seiKng golf bug a set singled and gave the Pirate Mrs. Andrew Allan, Mrs. Meltoi and Jerome Spence.>>
,, .
-.TU.r. Y'-r.-r- -- and Mrs. Wars, tend Mrs. Herring
I of golf clubs. The salesman said, hopes of scoring as Alvarez moved Other teams and the order in Vacation and Week-End Trips :
"This set is guaranteed to give i to third on\ the" single after ,hi and Mrs. Casey.In which they finished:

1 (*) you a birdie each time you shoot' had reached' first on an'error. The the second round of the Nine 71f Leighton Shave, Gu. With the Thrills and Fun '.,
under Pirates loaded the .bases in' thi i Hole Handicap division, Mri Lowenstein, Bob Phineey, andBowling I
one par. '
p ft & second inning But failed to scon I Stanley Tarlton beat Mrs P. REntzmmjrer ,
v of Lifetime!
UB CADn Then there was the golfer who and probably 'the b'fjj threat: of .2-1 and Mrs. Bol S KAC a

!had Mt 12 ball into the Water on the game for Fernandina' came'the in ; Breslin defeated Mrs. Ray Caldwell
seventh when1 Steve B ckett I 5-4.. The final match in thfc
i the toeal number 5. Suddenlysomething ; -SEE IT TODAY AT-
I snapped. lie pulled his and Bennj Alvarez singled; but i division( brings' tog therIrs.: League
rim s's 1 fh TarTton'arid Mrs. Breslin to determine .
blobs out of the bag, broke ea.hODe could not get'a < Ii '
them into the platter. the winner and runner-up. '
and threw Shiell's
water. Then be threw the bag and Steve Beckett', Alan Cover and Tuesday: sewn ladies participated ... BY II. B. ELLIS, JR. Swap Shop

cart into the water, turned and Benny Alvare collected' di"tbr& in a Poker Hand tourney. Winners WEEK OF 1-23

r ran all 1.th way" to the c1 bhob3e. bas hits made by Fernandina'while :, on; die first nine were Mrs:, Total 511 South 8th Street
and1' Williams J. W Hiers with three 6's and Team Standings; W L Pins
1 He pulled open his !locker, ripped Regan, Minassa
his golf clothes and set fire to jot the three for BisKdp Kenny.! I Mrs. Clinton Herrin with three Bombers' 75 45 80244
and 5's. On the back nine Mrs. Robert i iBn.5e Iurray's Store 57 63 78239
them. He grabbed a razor Steve Thomas opened on the
slashed his wrists. An ambulance hill for Fernandina and allowed had a seven-high! straight i Paper Mill 57 63 75989: FIBERGLASS INSULATE SLEEPS
carried Mrs. L. C. Shave posted ar I sadden Mixers 54 66 78032 4 1 TO WITH! GAS STOVE RE-
t;Same. and as he was being the Crusaders only two hits for i 6. EQUIPPED ,
ogle three on the long 456 yard High Team, 3Gamesiombers
away on a streteher, he noticed,stand- four innings while Ronnie Sapp. !; fifth hole, using two woods arid! I i ......m. .. .......m.m......... 2793'aper FRIGERATOR, WATER TANK, SINK! LIGHTS,
the foursome '
of allowing
L I II big partner in'tbe hushed spectators. tossed; the filial two innings, a three iron against the wind. > Mill ..... .... .... ............. 2775 LARGE STORAGE AREA.

I Jag what one single. Iurray's Store ...................... 2761
"Jake, Tom whispered,
Spore by innings: i High! Ind. 3-Games: No Weather Problem Rain Shine
do tee off tomorrow 3 5 or
time we "* Fdna. 000 000 0 0 Bill McRae Stars H. Wilson ......... ......."_......_...._. 639 .,

Beach Pirate I Bishop K. 110 022 x 6 3 3 C.' Hodge .............. ..................... 638 Eat Sleep and Relax In Comfort
The Fernandina
third last Thomas, Sapp and Cover; Man- C. Braddock ... ...................,_._. 577 ,
Trade team took place ana Reg ri. In Junior
Newman Georgia
ElI'Ispeed assa,
IV week in the Ke stone Conference I High, Team Gamelurray's Financing Available
and ease on lefiviHe.; ..The'team Store ..........._...?_. 9C8
at Gai Check) Our Low Prices
broke Meet records which is a fine I, Local Golfers College Baseb.il Paper' Mill ...........................?.. 957

every lawn and garden job! accomplishment two since track is a ; I II Bombers High....m.,...Ind..-.-.._Game.................. 952 TRAVEL LIGHT 6 TRAVEL RIGHT

.side. line to the other sports at'the Tie for Top Spot Bill McRaef former Fernandina I H. Wilson ..........._.........._...__,. 2G3

Speed all yardwork on a seven horsepower Cub school I J Beach High School baseball C.' Hodge _................................... 232

Cadet, today's easiest handling compact tractor. Softball*will *soon be sharing standout; starred Junior yesterday College aa oi S. Bohannon ...................m..'...... 222 SCOTTY TRAILER SALES. ,
AmateurBob South Georgia
in Pro
Here's unmatched riding comfort and operating the with Little Leagueand : High Scratch Bowlers i
of spotlight baseball. Paul I Douglas! defeated Brewton Junior H.f Wilson ........................ 245-535: 211 Belvedere Avenue Phone 261-3174:
case. And there's a full line big-capacity equip Senior League of the Larsen, assistant pro, and' College of Mount Vernon, Ga., 5 C. Hodge, ...-..................... ,,213-581
elected president
ment to save you time on any job! ... .... Bibb was Men's Softball League. This Curley Lightsey of the Fernandina to 2. R. Hadden........................ 197-529 i Beach, Florida

local will have a Boardof Beach G81f Course, teamedup McRae hurled the entire nine S. Bohannon ......... ...... ... 203-521 ,
tow down and convenient monthly year the league innings, striking out 6 and walk
payment Jacksonville golfers, ----- --- -- ------- -
are with two
The women
terms will gladly be arranged. Directors. ing"none.. Both runs by Brewton,
00 about set for their best year of Gary Holmes and Bob Loer 1 to conference' leaders at game' time

seftball, with Tom Becton serving share the top spot in last Friday's unearned.In : .:tc. _
II.FIVE event at Ponce de I .
ab president. pro-amateur his stellar
addition to performance
_....._ HARDWARE tiI Leon Golf Club iri'' St. Augustine. I on the mound, McRae : Does :yourER It's time for a.TUNEuP
NNISNI The Fernandina Beach Pirates Larsen's team had a' net 63 1 totie ,
aid his'oWn
I to
PHONE 261-520; blasted a long
base- by
lost out in the Sub-Group with the team
...... ---,- Plao1ng'with cause.His .
- - Charlie Park ,
-- -- -- ---- .. [ Norman
team plays
: Boucher, were Wally Mizell, Cal t today' and if. Jhey.win the :OJj!er-. ,e7 FALTER
Bettis and Bill Cook Itiveen'
into 3-wa7
\allgo a
?nce race I
Larsen had a' 70 on }his own band
BEAcH Brewtonind.Tifron. ,
FERNANDINA South ? from
stroke .
was nosed out by. one *;ZIn t STALL

.. for low pro hdndfstLocal 41'' innings pitched this set or

CROWN. 1 son, McRae has allowed only -4His. ,
"Mil OF
BowlersLending earnedrtlns; i If so. ,
,I .'J1nre"tsIr.. : and Mrs. W.' j; T-I---

BEACHES" LJJDJJ M. McRae, attended yesterdaysjame. : .
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Ij Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men -- -- '. .

It I City I Tournament City ,,1 Get your car's motor ready orcarefree

., Ga rge's FLORIDA'S FIRST SuhurbtrnPropne I Roger Hadden and Join ec'k'ett Bowling LcaQJe.! driving in the Warm-

Co. repies ntin Hadden Lanes: weather months ahead
Mdiine Shop) GOLF COURSEEXCELLENT Gas are currently leading in; the doubles BYH.-B. ELLIS, JR. '
of the JacksonvilleCity I'yWFE KS
division SAPF
2 N. FRONT ST. YOUR NEEDS IN Bowling' Tournament. Total Only ./ 0 FFF FRV IMF
I : r 18-HOLE Hadden and Beckett have a total RI
: Machine Work LI' GAS AND I T am Standings! W L Pia
T LINKS At'I'LIANCESSouth ,score ,of 1318 for the 3 game I 83 37 85558
GAS; I Orvills!
Welding Brazing 7 7th St. 1 series. This is arid the other filial'week doubles ofthe ,, Hadden Lanes 75% 414! 85781 -

Marine Repairs tourney the Sandbar 62'M: 57% 84551 66- BlTWTfYT1
Phone 261-3661 teams are gunning' to, dislodge 5 <.; 8308G
: Thenknowns } i
I Special Service To ilO E S 1 .locals. t c'r'a1en'iltevents I B ach' Bar i o'.j 41 76 82t 6BeckV's ) i _
( Shrimp Trawlers In fourth place'i in
76' 81411
4 1
T. H. KIMGPHOTO |Drugs, Mk '
All Work Guaranteed : competitio is 'SumleyBohannon High Team, 3-Ganes any sixcylinder .. I> K' say t
I another top Fernan car88a // i, t
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at JETTIES SHOP dina Beach bowler. 'I Sandbar 2987 *
Monday Thru Saturday Becker's Drugs 2851 :
Roll! ProcessingDeveloping ;
Phone Day :Ml-3711 Add 30 Minutes ForFernaixliaa' 3rville's! 2732 Darya.
& Printing tournament against Bishop .
Night 2615313WISE. ball High! Ind.Games
Harber Kodak Film'Photo Kenny Tuesday afternoon when F. Drury 644L car
the Crusaders downed the Pirates 640 *
LOW SuppliesMovie Beckett Parts extra if! needed
HIGH -Colored & Regular 6-0. Coach Wayne Benner said' !it 3. Bohannon 623

j BE Friday May 3 Weddings rained the entire ,ball game, then I High, Team Game f WE DO ALL THIS. .
the was coin-
quit j just ,as game Sandbar 1011

.1 "Poreelfiinize"LASTS 4:34 a.m. 10:53: a.m. Portraits Studios by At Appointment 504 Ash St.Only pleted. Fernandina in the first loaded two inn the Hadden Lanes 10()$> Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs 0 Check Coil and Condenser

5:18 p.m. 11:19 p.m. bases twice Becker's Drugs 995
Phone 261-4586 ih g s'with no outs, but could notget High; Ind. Game Clean and Set Points (J check Generator and
Saturday, May 4 the
runs across plate.tr. .
any 250
I L Drury Voltage Regulator
LONGER THAN 5:23: a.m. 11:39 a.m. '* 3. Bohannon 235 Timing .

I ORDINARY WAX JOBLASSERRE 12:03: p.m 6. L (GLENN) Hardee Jake ,Bunch Brothers, manager Women's of softball the- D.: Anderson High" Scratch Howlers 231 @ Adjust Carburetor 0 Check BatteryI,

Sunday: May 5 t team, urges any lady wanting ; J. Beckett 213-592; Just Say "CHARGE Jake months to
MOTOR ({lICHENS to tryout for a position on his Bohannon 223 589 pay
COG 12OG -
: a.m. : a.m.
team to report to the high school IS. Roberts ". 2125C7J. ., ...
CO. 12:19 -
6:41: p.m. : p.m. Electrical softball diamond each afternoon Drury 2T&-551' c __- .- T - -- ..---_ -

S. 8th St Ph. 2G1-3S19 Monday, May 6 Contractor Jake is seekingpower at the C. Hodge 193551D.
so now is the time fir you fffOtt NEW TREADS
6:44: a.m. 12:50: a.m. Anderson' 201-536IV. ., .
21 HOUR SERVICE athletes to nail down a ,
7:16 12:58 women M. Walker 18t52'Barniak ,
p.m. p.m. position on his team. I 188-519 : '. APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES .
? Phones J.
Going Tuesday, May 7 261-5194 or 261-4379 Parents* of* the*Little League .I Leaguers Don't forget the WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
The i banquet Saturday at Ten Acres; ,
7:20 i.m: 1:30 ,
: a.m.
Visit Us For ; and the Senior League willhold i beginning at 7 p.m. Tbe'public lit 4 t3l Narrow or.Wide Design,
: & Lovequist
p.m. p.m. Porter
meeting Friday night ayenthirty
Complete Line Of a may attend the dance following Tubeless or Tube-type 4 f
the orI
Fishin Tackle Wednesday,' May: S General Contractors Center. The meeting at rill Recreation be theonly at 9 p.m.: for $2 per couple. ? ..

0 Rods e Reels 7:34: a.m. 2:09: a.m. SPECIALTIES session of the season for the Our New Treads, identified by Medallion and shop mark, art '

I Outdoor Camping 8:21: p.m. 2:09: p.m. PLASTIC WOODWORKING SURFACING Parents'and Pete Schuiling urgesall GUARANTEED 4 9'
I l to attend. Refreshments. will DoN'T FLIP 1.Against dekdi in woHunan-Jiip and materials durinf kf of tm!!.
FJQuipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, May 9 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS I 1 Against normal road hazard: evrpt repairable punctures! ) encountered 4 9
KITCHEN AND: BATH be served.. trout.. in everyday passenger car use lot 12 ntattp.
8:28 a.m. 2:47: a.m. REMODELINGComplete[ Replacements prorated on tread sear and baaed on &t price current
at time of adjustment
8:52: p.m. 2: 1.1 p.m. ShowroomFor An attractive TV slate of f'/1- d_ _
REACH SUPPLY Coordination I ball games has been arranged for r Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires
Tides Courtesy viewers next fall! with' the University !. :
11% Atlantic Are 261-1, IS! Coast &: GfodeUc Survey Phone 2613068FUN I of Florida-Georgia Tech GAR SAFETY

game getting things underway on -

I September 14.People d

IN THE SUt } ..... ..-..... .. .. .. ...PUT IT OUT ,_

,,.. AT FERNANDINA BEACH ?(f:, The Smallest Do Read Ads Even BEACH SUPPLY

In The News-Leader.

GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVLV" 'I I[. You Are il ...rt aw-'q ; '118 Atlantic Avenue Phone' 261-4482 1

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Eight News. Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 2, 1963 rl ,

News From Troop 171 Enjoys

Weekend Campout I In

The Rec Center Okefenokee Swamp I EXXE PREUCTS

Boy Scout Troop 171 enjoyed a I
BY SANDY DeSANDRO few days of camping last w ek-
end at Billy's Island one of the I
THURSDAY, MAY 2V Room at 3:30 p.m., Faith Britton, seven islands in the Okefenokee ,

at Playschool 9:30 a.m.,in Joan the Bean Game, In Room tr. I Instr.Atlantic Avenue Playground, Swamp.The boys left by car Saturdayat | FEATURING PRODUCTS FROM Florida & THE SOUTH SAVE

Adult Ceramics ,Class in the supervised play, 3:30.5:30 p.m., 4 a.m. for Fargo, Georgia q T
Hugh Sides, Supv. where they boarded boats and
:Ceramics Room at 9:30, a.m"I I t 'I
Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. i Teen-age Ballet Class in the reached their destinatioq at 7 a.m.I T1
Auditorium at 3:30 Julanne During their exploration, the "
..Ballet Class ((3 & 4 yrs.) in the i p.m. .fr.1'
Owens, Instr.Preteen scouts, while keeping away from
Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne the wood ticks saw a total of 53 } ?!: \
Ballet Class in the
Owens, Instr. ,II'BaUet alligators, ranging from one to ,. ,. FHrOrh ThOAmaSVille'MGa.5smOked
Class ((6 yrs.) ,in the Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., fifteen feet in length. i Ir
Owens, Instr.
Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Julanne Island Squares Club in the Those making the trip were
Ovens, Instr. Tom Farr, scoutmaster, Thad Lee,
Game Room at 7:30 p.m.
Ballet Class & 6 in the assistant Dr. Bill
((5 yrs) scoutmaster .
Adults and Teens Ceramics
Auditorium at 3:30 'p.m., Julanne Class in the Ceramics Room at Rodeffer, Chip' Lee Hank Bailey, .:, SHANK
Owens, Instr. Jim Burns, Steve Hix, David HALF
7:30 Martha Jean Puletti
Ballet Glass ((7-9)) in the Audi- p.m. Rodeffer Lee Key, Ike Key, John : .. (' .,,
torium at 4:30.'p.m; :,. Julanne Instr. Scarboro, Hugh Stone Jr., David +Svx. .. v"". !. t'1/'J' LB tD
,Owens, Instr. ,'I '??, Jaycees in. the Conference Roomat Bowers, Leroy Durden, Steve 't....',. .:, ,{ "v' ; ,-- I
8:00 tit.
Atlantic Avenue Playground p.m.Beginners' Dance Anderson, Ted Anderson, J. P. : : ....: _
Square 'sf' .
supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., Course in the Auditorium at 8:00 Allen, and John Burch. w. ST OR
Hugh Sides, Supv. The troop has won the Advan- ': it't.a
Adult Ballroom Dance Class in p.m.Men cement Trophy for the last two QUANTITY RIGHTS( RESERVED Gr. "A" Quick Frozen Roasting
and Boys' Health Club in ThniMY nd
the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. Courts of Honor and is sponsoredby PRICES GOOD 4th Chickens 39'
the Locker Room, day and
Men and Boys'' Health Club in Boys' the Methodist Men's Club who COPYRIGHT1567 Whole or Butt Half 45c" pound
the Boys' Locker Room, day and evening. also sponsor Pack 171. I WINN DIXIE STORES INC. LB. From Douglas, Georgia
evening. h1i"";' f:. 'l '.:. !!f ':;"" "-- ... ,
TUESDAY, MAY 7: : m.t:: ', : :.. ... ,. .
FRIDAY, MAY 3: Playschool in the Game Room school teens) in the Game Roomat ,

at 930; a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. 7:30 p.m.Barbershop. W-D BRAND BEEF! SALE !
Sub-Teen Club in the Game a HUDSON TISSUE
355 in the Game
Room at 7:15.01.. Brownie Troop Quartet in the Conference r y -"._- y.__. _._.._.__....,._.........._.._._
Room at -
p.m. Room at 8:00:
Fernandina Little League 'Parent I '
Tap Dance Class in the Audi Adult Ballet Exercise in the 'v'j
in the Auditorium
: at 8:00* p.m. torium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Julanne -FU.LL CUT BONELESS ROUNDteak ROLL PKG.
Owens, Instr. 4 3 9"
Men and Boys' Health Club in Owens, Instr.
: the Boys' Locker Room day and Ballet Class ((9-11)) in the Audi Men and Boys' Health Club in Limit 1 please.
torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne the Boys' Locker Room, day and
evening. Owens Instr. evening. 5 I Ib. 88 FROMiFLORIDA SAVE Wit STANDARD
: SATURDAY, MAY 4: Atlantic Avenue Playground
supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m., WEDNESDAY) MAY' 8: Tomatoes 303 CAN 9
Teen Club in the Game Room
Hugh Sides Supv.
: Girl Scout Troop 108 in the EXTRA LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT
7:30 ,
at p.m. Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in J FROM ORLANDO FLORIDA SAVE 10; DEEP SOUTH SALAD
Room 3:00
Men and Boys' Health Club in p.m.
Room 3:30 ,
the Ceramics at :
the Boys Locker Room, day and Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. Atlantic Avenue Playground, 29
.. evening. I Ballroom Dance Class ((11-1' supervised Hugh Sides,play Supv., 3:30: 5:30 p.m., Ribs lb. 39 Dressing Quart

MONDAY, MAY C: yrs.) in .the Conference Room at Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in FROM ORLANDO FLORIDA SAVE JO* STRAWBERRY
I 3:30 p.m.Ballroom the Ceramics Room at 3:30 ., DEEP SOUTH .
: p.m. J ft
Children's Art Class in the Art Dance Class (high P *
Martha Jean Puletti Instr. CHUCK S reserves 24-or. Jar fr C
Adult Ceramics Class in the '\
Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m., Mar FROM GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA SAVE IQ
flhe Jtta1l0i tha Men Jean and Puletti Boys', Instr.Health Club in Roast. lb. 49 Charcoal 2O99:

the Boys' Locker Room, day and ,

evening. .
Men and Boys' Health Club EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND :
: In A Magnificent Mountain Setting General Meeting in the Confer- FROM TENNES EE J ::;

., I ence Room at 8:00: p.m. Ib.pkg. ;.: Pillsbury's Best .;;
i ..SImP
.... ,
THURSDAY, MAY 9: B eef 5 $195 '1
: : 'FLOUR PillSbwrs .:}
I Playschool in the Game Roomat : BESTJ):: .,

: Adult 9:30 a.m'IJoan Ceramics( Bean Class, in Instr.the L, : :, ; T h. .. ''."'1' .-. -. -.-.-..'-....;/.... ..: ", .......".. .. ","_<' ,*.../4:.'..' 5 LB. 3 9" .,'';\ ';.::..:....::.. l ,

Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., Mar- I' BAG .IDiuR-- ,
+rt iv" ;; tha Jean Puletti, Instr. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED :
Z4 I Home Demonstration Club in Limit 1 .with $5.00 food order. b
the Conference Room at 10:00 .
: a.m. -< .v.
I Ballet Class ((3 & 4)) in the .........._. :; :< : : '" ,..; ., ..': t::' .... :. .i ,;' ,.'

II Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne BAKED IN JACKSONVILLE DIXIE DARLING
Owens, Instr. .
CQ .
Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the f.11.CN, C T REG. 29TAMvS '
| Auditorium Owens at Instr.2:30: p.m., Jul .TAwvs. ROISIfl B rea coot 16-01. Loaf 19 1-"
J\A\ World harm- \\onderfuliood-gorgeous Bridal Ballet Class ((5 & 6)) in the

'Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne ,,,, _P rt !_. J _t 1 1 ? ( d _tlr + rir_PrtllrP_P t _P d
-. Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard, Owens Instr. GREEN STAMPS

Olympic size pool), art lesons, and rock hunting-near :: Ballet Class (7-9)) in the Auditorium -- 50 Free Mf Green Stamps 50 Free SMC Green Stamps
golf courses antique and craft shops-Biltmore Owens Instr. NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE Two PKGS. RICH'S FROZEN ONE PKG BRYON'S FROZEN
; Atlantic Avenue Playground,
Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With "" Chocolate Eclairs ar'Sandwiches
Estate-Mountain trails -drives- pleasing rates. i supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m.,. I
May 4th A $5.00 or More Food Order
Senior Citizens Club in the AT ANY WINNDIXIEmmmmmimnmmimrirnn. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Write Harry Tracy, The Innkeeper : Conference Room at 7:00 p.m. eaeciTAY19. /TAMP. 1s t 1r d
rtrw / F.r-
: The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville, Musical Recital in the Auditor.
ium at 7:30: p.m.

North Carolina I I Adult Ballroom Dance Class in d ..I? r lrtllJPPr Jn ) P Jw. Jl. 1Jr irrlyd II Ii :" I /II / d,..., ,F I
the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m. "-' '

...-- -- -- I Men and Boys' Health Club in WE GIVE 50 Free SMC Green Stamps 50 Free < ."/." Green Stamps 1.: 50 Free H&C Green StampsWITH [

: ,,:.,, ". ,' ;, .( t.. '" >, ,: >.: :-.. ... '),i ,Y" .' evening .. I R
i is .or : ONE 40OZ. JAR DEEP SOUTH $1.00 OR MORE WORTH OF $ 00 OR MORE WORTH orHealth
\ l4 Peanut Butter CANDY i & Beauty Aids I ,

HEALTHr 18 +J( 19 ZO r i

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\\ t. .f Or'geJuice 5 CANS99,
v : unbearable weather? I -
: I "bi
A Service ol You Doctor Medicine, l. FROM CROZfcT, VA., MORTON Chicken, Beef Turkey
Your Local Medical! Soc etr and the

... -a < I Florida Medical Association.OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN. C 0 R N EAR =< <4 Meat Pies 5 8.oz.s1. '

FROM CROZET VA.,, MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach C'nut
.. I Faulty eating'habits in early

w-- ,I overweight childhood often adults are in the later cause life. of ; Fruit Pies 3 FOR st.::

.. All too nurif mothers-with b4
-... II the best of intentions-nag and U. s. NO. 1 WHITE

., -- I eating wheedle more their than youngsters they want into to LARGE FLORIDA. GRADE "A" Every Egg Guaranteed 1 ;
T I eat The healthy, fat baby becomes
less attractive as he Potatoes

.. .--. I grows The older.physician-not the parent ._. 99cIag
-should be the person to decide EGGS 2 77 Only
I whether the child should DOZ. found
lose weighL'1f it fits your doc-
tor's counsel here.arc some tips
to help youngster keep
You don't have to suffer another \
through one from too'much
gaining weight:
like it, you know.In -WeIgh once a week and '#"-\' ,,...""1". "''''-- .=:..-_-__.-_. ... .- _. "..>:r7.. ... .

just :a few hours, you can make your home keep-It track isn't of necessary the weight to cut out /. (.. ...._.....",-.. ............".."" ..."'. If". r.-- 'j- "r--..".--. ..r....!.. .., ..

a haof cool comfort day and night with a I all desserts and snacks as longas // /. >---- j / ./ ..,.... :-z. !
j their calorie count is includedin t / .,.. --'if: .1' /: ,. it Astor i ir"
Carrier Weathermaker Think of it! Cool, clean, the daily total Fresh fruits .. h/t': : : .......oSl f fj
dehumidified, refreshing air in every room of your I are good for snacks.: I / :' : \ I:' SHORTENIH ALL :
: home this summer-and for many summers to -Keep a supply of raw car- L ; ". :', .if: I riTtie.4 ,"",
rots, radishes celery sticks and
: come. It's a wonderful new kind of living.A pickles for more snacking; tomato FROM '" -1;.: v i10 f ,j
juice or clear bouillon can JACKSONVILLE, FLA. e FROM KENTUCKY t

From $14995 /serve-Use meals for smaller drinks., so that plates portions in serving look- I fJ' Astor CoffeT ;

larger. Encourage slower eating. fShorten'in/ \
-Cut out rich salad dressings;
NO DOWN PAYMENT instead use vinegar and lemon I .

f. ., juice.Trim fat from meat take it : ,,1 '1 '"
J'" on the butter and substitute i M 1. LB. CAN d ,
easy ,I j ; '
.. :
: skim milk fur whole milk. Serve I F .... 3-l3. CAN
plenty of fruits and vegetables. SAVE 21 I ,
., The most important factor in I i aii':1c : "'Ii SAVE 7< jijr.4 '. .

":'.\ ', :t'\"..,",, ,.. ,:.. .....;:. ;"'" ,. helping poundage the obese i is to child handle to reduce it- I ::: l ..

.. naturally. Don't make a pointof MAXWELL HOUSE- From Jax Flo ../.J SAVANNAH .:4
telling the child he is on a I I I't p.1FROM Save l 11)* .

L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. reducing diet. Just serve the 1 lB. 1
} liz "
meals course.naturally Avoid and nagging as a matterof the I hTCoffee CA N 481 / \;l : Wesson OIL z28 ; .'

"We ,Service Everything We Sell" child about his diet I It will only Limit with
one E
,4. '
or Limit
make him rebellious and more one with food ,
SO.l8tV-'STREET PHONE 261- S92 inclined to snack on the wrong .,, $ more food order.Page / wesso order. / +
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;I I.. 4 i. -- -. .. News- Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 2, 1963.Page'. Nine

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I I will help prevent the radiation where a pfnate company has
I Second Telstar which disabled Telstar 1's built and for satellites with
E iE Amelia City. 200 ft. riverfront, i VANITY BEAUTY SHOP damage paid ''

WANT AD RATES backs on AlA $15,000. Phone Thrifty permanent wave, 595. ( command circuit. its own funds, Eslick said

: .05 per word ,75jninimam 261-5382. tIc Distinctive service, budget I To Be Launched The high apogee will also provide I Telstar I, which NASA lannc'a-'

prices. Telephone 261-4686 for longer periods of mutual visibility ed for A.T. & T. last July 10.: <;:-
Card of Thanks Resolutionsand
1 appointment tfc I II between the Bell System's ground ned out more than 300 techmJ
: Similar Notices __ I
FOR RENT At Cape CanaveralA I II I station at Andover, Mir.e, and tests and o'er100 demonsffa'i >rs

: .83 per word $1.00 minimum HOME MADE POUND cakes, I the European ground stations. I including multichannel telepho"

Cal 261-3686 or 261-3687 ONE BEDROOM furnished apt.I layer and birthday cakes, pies. I I Ground stations in England I calling, telegraphy, data, t:" ,
All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. second Telstar: experimental !I
: or place ad at office Call 2G1-465G. tfc 261-5332. tfc communications satellite will be i! France and Italy will participate :, photo and facsimile transit '

in the Telstar II I It demonstrated trans.A i--.. <
E- 511 Ash Street I --- launched from Cape Canaveral experiment as .
ALEXANDER APTS. television fifty times, five : >
have done with Telstar I. -
FLOOR SANDING and refinish 10ACRES' next week. they I'
.MODERN, FURNISHED apt. 337 I By the end of the the in color. .
.. mg. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. \ Jack Eslick, Southern Bell year

: FOR SALE N. Fletcher, No. 3. Hot water Phone 261-4609. tfc [ffi> Manager here, said an important West German station near Munich I As with TeUtar I, all .teihmcul

: furnished, $60 month, year I objective pf the new Telstar will I also is expected to be in oP-1 information on Telstar II wi'l: beI
round. Apply apt. 1. Phone 261- & IbI I
I iF YOU HAVE a drinking problem be to learn how to extend the use- eration. ,I I made available to NASA, to the

:JED. TAPPAN delux gas range. 3114. tic I Ii i write Alcoholics Anony ful life of communications satellites Experiments are planned between communications satellite cortra-I

tI Good condition. Make offer. SMALL HOUSE, close in, plenty mous. Box 338, city. EL-6-7700 in space by avoiding or Andpver and Japan after !

2 Phone 261-3515.: M2p of shade. Couple only. No dogs. I tfc riIv overcoming the effects of radia- the first Japanese ground station ;; tion, and to the sdeatific 'cm-;

near Tokyo is completed. The In- :: mumty in general.
STHREE BEDROOM Apply Seaside Motel, 261-45031 tion. It was radiation which twice
home O'NeiI k kj
ternational and Tele-
.. with well. Can be financed. tic disabled Telstar l's command cir-
I WANTED cuit. graph Company's ground station ; "Inquire before you retit"! 'is

Phone 261-4785 after 4 p.m. FOR BEACH RENTALS', call near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil will good advice when it applies t,)
Will trade for house I Telstar II, like the first, will be
t.. 261-4642, W. I. McCranie. tfc. I Ii PARENTS AND FRIENDS of launched from the American Tele- be able to receive telephone, data your social security. It 1.\.0\

... MlGp and facsimile signals from Tel- time to get that lint rrtiuiu.nt
of 1963 who in S
i ONE OR TWO BEDROOM fur- the class are phone and Telegraph Company by
H"FT. star II.Telstar. check issued, so apply for benefits -
camping nished, air-conditioned apt. Electric need of thoughtful presents the National Aeronautics and

F trailer. Ice box portable stove, I Kitchen and heat. By week, the graduate. Come in and Space Administration. The Bell is the--only-project- ---earlySALES --. -

cabinets and closet space. Sleeps month or year. Phone browse through; the complete Telephone system will pay all I

U 4 to C. $300. Phone2G1.35OO. I 261.5896'j selection of gifts at Robisons.M2c j I1A c r.LAFSeVcuWi costs for launching and trackingas :
M2p UrPt it did for Telstar I. JmstrongEN.tr
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7 ROOM UNFURN. house Phone The 175 pound Telstar II wiI!
LOT 100 x 200 on Cumberland THAT TEXAN DIDN'T CARE FOR'IT
261-3422. M2p I be basically the same in appear-
... Island for sale. For further information t LOST.
BOSS, BUT I7A SURE GLAD ance as Telstar I, but will weigh ; 1 -.tl
write BEDROOM house Five
Mrs. W. A. I THREE I II *

J:: Bringier, 14135 Jefferson St.,I Points. Call 261. 421. tfc : YOU SHOWED UP. five pounds more. --
WITHOUT A WATCH with jobor
? Miami 58, Fla. M9cpROCK :1 An improved, more power-
h--- I NICE ROOM with private bath, college coming up, you graduating I ful Delta rocket will place the AND INSTALLATION

MAPLE HUTCH. Phone private entrance, half block seniors Robi&on Jewelry PUBLIC NOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE second Telstar in an orbit rang-

2614329. M2c from Post Office. Phone 2G14341. I Company has a wide selection ing from 575 to 6,560 miles from

-- --------, 261-5186. tfc for choice or gift giv NOTICE OF SALE TEMPORARY I OF INTENTION TO APPLY PORTER &
or your STIlE FOR THE PASSIVE OF LOCAL the earth, compared to an orbitof LQVEQUIST
HOME and _
ing. M2c LEISL.TIOSFrECTL; n TilE 592 miles for TelstarI.
to 3,531
I acreage. Brick, 3 bedrooms, FURNISHED, NEWLY decorated IIOISIM.01 FERVANDIN1 AUTHORITY BEACH, \ CITY OF FERN AN DIVA BEACH, Color Center
hardwood floors, fireplace bath I downstairs apt. 16 N. 5th St.
I I PUBLIC NOTICEIN FLORIDA {I NOTICE IL HEREBY GIVEN that This high apogee, fartherest Sth St. At Fire Points Phone 261406
and !/_, separate dining room, Phone 261-4227. tfc S Sealed proposals will be received byj I application will be made to the legislation -S with
from earth
the Paints Wall
TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOURThJUDICRL point along Downs Carpet Valspar Paper
fence VA Phone 2G1- The Housing Authority of the City of of the State of Florida duringits
approved. UPPER bECK APTS. Completely CIRCUIT OF FLORID, crnar.Jina teach, Florida (hereinafter ; uses session for the passage of a different types of transistors, I
: 3395. tfc IV AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY. called the "Local Authority') at' special law affecting the CIty of Fer ---- -- -
furnished including TV LV CHANCERY 319 South Eighth Street (Post Otfice nandina Beach, Nassau County. FlorIda -:

::ELECTRIC STOVE, vacuum Phone 2613118. tfc CASE TUO.1IPSOSRRETT NO. 2654 Box 521) in the City 'of Fernandina i the substance of said proposedlaw ,
JOYCE Beach, Florida until and publicly is an act establishing a civil service -:
P" cleaner, baby bed. See Saturday Plaintiff.vs. Twelve o'clock Noon. I
opened at. board for the City of Fernandina |
: before 5 pm.: 212 N. 14th. FLRNISHED APT. % block from (EST.) on May 14, 1963, for the pur- I each.. Florida; providing for the appointment : "
tfc Post Office, electric kitchen, CARROLL G. J\RRETT, cnase of 535,00000 Temporary Notes and removal of the members -' ..Ii\dr !
N. II private entrance. Phon 2 il- Defendant. Fiftn Series), being Issued to aid in I ; the powers, salaries and dutiesof :
NOTICE OF SUIT financing its low.rent housing pro toe board; providing for classified i
w 15 FT. HALSEY boat, 15 H.P.. 4341 or 2615186. tfc THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: jects/. \ service and exemption and for com

: Evinrude and trailer, $295. Ph. CARROLL (l. JARRETT The cotes will be dated June 11.\\ petitive examinations, status of present 'I
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: Residence UnknownYou 1963 will be payable. to bearer on employees; providing powers of :
: 2614187. Mlp) Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and are hereby notified that a Com Octcber 4. 1963 and will bear interestat I subpoena, providing for retirement ,
-- pl"infor Divorce has been filed the rate or rates per annum fixed system and authorizing appropna-- i
a' ALEXANDER APTS. Calhoun Street, across street against you and you are required to in the proposal or proposals acceptedfor ions; regulating political activities;

: 337 'N. FLETCHER from school. (St. Joseph's Academy fC:.vt: a copy of yur Answer or the purchase of such netes. fixing duties of commission; providing
I Pleading to the Complaint on thePkuntiKs All proposals for the purchase of penalties for violations; containing a
l 4 UNIT APTS. Completely fur-" ). Phone 261-4200 or 261- I Attorney THOMAS tJ I said notes shall _be saoruuted. in. a _avir: clause.
: njsh d. Call Jax., Fla. after C,I 3800. tee ; HALL 11 North Fourth Street. I'dnanciiaa "- lorm approvea L DJ me Local Auinority CITY 01' FERN\NDINA BEACH .
Beach. Florida and file the Copies of such form of proposals I 2 PO 5-44GO. M23c original Answer or" Pleading lit the and intormation concerning tie notes I' City Manager Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel
..- -- "- FRESHLY PAINTED I office of the Clerk of the Circuit may be obtained from tne Local Authority It S 52
-LOTS AND LOTS of beautiful, TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED Court of Nassau County Florida on at the address indicated above. Will Bring Peak PerformNow! Your Life May De. Alignment and Balance

I useful presents for the 19G3 apt., private entrance. 421 N 'I' or 1963 before Herein the tail 13th not day or of May Decree, A.Pro D, 'l THE lll!: HOUSING CiTY OK AUTHORITY FERNANDINA OF PUBLIC NOTICE ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt ,AcYou'll Drive More Safely' !

graduates of Nassau County 3rd. tfc Confesso will be entered against you BEACH FLORIDA NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY tor. Hon of Your Brakes.

: schools at Robison Jewelry I for the reaef demanded in the Complaint BY JOHN T. BARNES FOR THE P\SSU.E OF .LOCAL --- - --- --- S --
Company. M2c TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, The nature of said suit being for Secretary2t 425 5.2 CITOF FERNANDINA BEACH, i i

: ________ I furnished. All electric kitchen. Ii divorce. ; NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID I COMPLETE ONE STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE CARS.
TIIREE BEDROOM MASONRY Phone 261-5269 261-3230. tfc Witness my hand and official seal] I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -
f or as Clerk of the Circuit Court of Nassau PUBLIC NOTICE application will be made to the legislation .
home in Yulee. Hardwood floors .
M Fernandina
County: at Beach of the State of Florida during ---- - --- -
"" carport and large utility roomM SMALL UNFURNISHED house : I lorida, this 5th day of April A. D NOIICF ILOKI1H TO STATUTES CREDITORS its. 1963 sessIOn for the passage of a .

on H acre shaded lot. Go out for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call I 1963.SEAL D. 0 OXLEY IV THE COIRT O* lllh COUNTY special, law affecting the City of Fior-Ferluciina :
( ) -s- Beach. Nassau Couirty.
& 200A turjj at JIancQ Construe 2G1-J27.7.for further.information.. > rof CpcmL, 0urt of Nassau S JimE IDA, LV, NASSAU PROa\TE.COU.VTltOR.: '' ida, the substance of said proposedlaw STANDARDPHONE Harrell's Auto Service

tion Co.vhite house right. tic County Florida. is an act to acquire by purchase,
: In re: Estate of
gut, devise, condemnation or otherwise
.. James C. Weldon. M2p for Plaintiff MORRIS C, MOORE, Deceased 0
Attorney lands either within or withoutthe -S
..- --- I WO JEDROOM unfurnished 11 North Fourta Street. To All Creditors and Persons Having city, to be used. kept and improve "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"S
*SPARTAN TRMTET TRAILER. house. ernandina Leach Florida.4t Claims or Demands Against Said Estate ed as a place for the interment of the
411r 18,*25. 5-2 : make and enforce all
and to
: 25 foot sell contained. One bed- 4 You and each of you are hereby necessary dead rules and regulations for 261-4117 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS .

*. room, new frigidaire. Beautifully rwo ROOM furnished apartment. notified and required to present any the protection and use thereof; andgenerally
demands which
PUBLIC NOTICE laLns and )'ou. oreither
to regulate the burial and I
1 furnished. Inquire Shiell's of have the
it -- ---
: rt you may disposition of the dead. --- --- .
511 S. 8th tfc NOTICE FOR RIDS estate of Morris C. Moore deceased. i iI
The I'.oard of County Commission. .die of said County, to the County I Sandcis
261-3221 ers cf Nassau Count, Florida. invite judge of Nassau County Honda, u,l-, By J. Clapton : I

-1961 TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE I -- ------' bids: for furnishing the following equip ijs office in the court house cf said lIt'thiCity Manager 52 This By :
TRG.: Top conditicn, $GOO. Contact ment, to-uit: County at Fernandina Beacn, Florida ? __ _
Two ((2)) new two-ton dumptrucksof witnia six calendar 'fionlns from tile
I: EmoryMetts,261.41t5.) tfcWAREHOUSE" Personal I conventional type with closed: cabs, tin.e of the first publication of thi.I, PUBLIC NOTICE
II wheelbase not less than 130. inches notice. Each claim or demand shall 1- NOTICE Sensaiiond HELD OVER Public.
.. & _
equipped with two-speed axle oil file be in'writing, and shall state the DEED I If
ter. fIlter. turning signals. spare of residence and office ad- !
gus post
2613549. : .
:WE ARE LOOKING FOR 1 Sec. 194 16, F. Sfc
.. _____ parents wheel, front tires 7::CO; x 20, 10 ply, uress of the claimant, and snail be' -
I and friends of the class of rear tires 8:25 x 20, 10 ply. tires to be sworn to by the ci. Jn.1nt, his aged: Offer
: DOZIER & GAY PAINT for C"CleU Benjamin the holder of thetollowmg
I 13 who are seeking the just- tube type; ual rear wheels; new jr attorney, and any such claim certificates
has filed said
every purpose, colors and white. nydrauhcaily operated dump bodies aemand not so filed shad be void. 1.
Certificates for tax deed be
a to isjed -
right gift for the graduate. .
'd. V.
four (4) cu. ) water level with i Mabel C. Moore.
DistributorSIIIELI4'S SWAP Come to 317 Atlantic Avenue tjpe side braces. six inch runmng As administratrix of toe Estate of thereon. The certificate numbers .
SHOP, 511 South 8th St.lbuSE i bjard heavy.cuty hjdrauhc hoist; I Morris C. Moore, deceased. t 1-i years of issuance, the description
and look over the wide selection .. $ f the property and the names in
; ..- -- -- S Iso cne-half ( > roll cab shields. Thos. J. fchavc, Jr. i .
..._ TRAILER with 2 rooms of gifts at Robison Jewelry I' All equipment installed complete for \ttorray tor Administratrix { which C--tificate it was No.assessed 226 Year are of as IssuanceS follows:
operation Price to be F. O. B. Fer- I 4ts 59., 16, 22 .
: attached. Terms arranged. Ph. Store. M2c njidina Beach. Ha, less allowancefor .
I -,- -- --- I I-- S Description of Property Block 242 SubB
trfcde-in of two ((2)) 1C56 Fcrd .
2615234. tfc
iiiTewj II 1- Dump trucks serial Nos. 160V6U63682and II PUBLIC lls : itach., D, of Lot 2 City of lernandinaTAX :
COMPLETE( OUTFIT, HELP WANTEDGIRL I One ((11 i new 1..: Ton pick-up truck, I ADVERTiSEMENT II 'N'. ilr.en which assessed Mamie 1ffE' ONLY

: 12 ft. runaboutith controls I! not less than 135 horsepower equipped Project No PJLHa355Citj ) ro\\All n.of said
of Fernandiai Ueach, Honda property being in the.
.. trailer and 35 horsepower Johnson I with three-speed syccro-rnesh of .
County Nassau State of Florida.
FOR GENERAL office' transmission, teavy: auty clutch turning I O\\ner' 4
::: motor, excellent condition I i signals, running boards, outside Separate sealed bids for the cod\? jWJiIess such .certificate or certifi
work. Must be accurate with I cateshall be redeemed according to
struition Natural Uas fat
rear fenders and rear bumper. Priceto System $
H $t50. Phone 261-4610. tfc fipures. Some tjpinp. Good be F. 0 B Fernandina Reach, Fla the City of Fernanouna Beach, liorl law tie property described in -uchri'fu.a a95I :
-- : 'e or certificates will be soldto
'less trade in of one tll( 1951 model I Ida will be received ,by the City ol
BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas- working conditions. Excellent Ford pickup truck serial No. hEAT Fernandma Beach at the office of thd the highest) bidder at the court

sau River Beautiful tiigni benefits and starting salar;,'. I j26455. City Manager in the City Hall until house door on the first Monday in
,10:00 o'clock, A.M., E.S.T., May T, Month of Jure 1963, which is the 3rd
i and dry lots at Nassauville. Phone 225-5122 for appointment.tfc. All.trade ins may be seen by contacting -' 1963. and then publicly opened and, day of June 1963. .
*.. Others with waterfront privil. A. L. Scussei County Road Superinteodent. read aloud. Dated this 2nd day of May 1963. I1iL # \.L1
Hilliard Florida I
The work consists of the construc, (SEAL) D. 0 Otley
: eges. Small down payment. _Equal OppcrtunitEmp1orerGUARANTEED. I Complete description cf equipment and tion of a higa pressure lateral pipeline Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassau iI _
: all accessories attached to same with
-- County. Florida. \ .
I and intermediate pressure ntur
iii Terms to suit. Phone Francis
N. Y. live-in I,, specifications must accompany each I al gas distribution sj'stems, and will 4ts 5.2, 9, 1G 23 .
: Ellis, POpular 5-26G1, Jackso'i- i and every bid submitted. I the performance of items .and S
1 require
maid jobs. $35$55k.. Fare ad- I Lids should be filed with D. 0. Ox. L-1I .
villa. ,. quantities of work approjcunately as .
: in
t ley. Clerk Board County Commission. People Do Read Even
,_ vanced. Mallory Agency, 576 I follows: :
Room 'S.
ers 10. County Courthouse. I ernasina .
SLARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia -, Merrick Rd., Ljnbrook, N. YMlGp. I Reach, Florida not later than I 68.5uO Wrapped If.;steel 6.5,8"pipe O.D.: ,8.58 182,100: O.D.1.1.;, The Smallest Ads
10:00 A. M. May 15th.. 1963 at which.
100 X 145. $10 down, $10 : 4-12" OD, ll.5 O U.; 31 2" O.D., In The
I : tine! same will be considered -
_ i '
10.500 Lf. 2-78" 0.0., 54,700 U.;
month. Call Howard HamM The Hoard reserves the right .to reject ,. "
per '
I' 2-3/8' O.D., 260 000 Lf; 1-1/2 90,- .i. :
rnond, 2613733. I': I SALESLADY, must be competent allY or all .bids. 500 U.; r, 6,700 if You Are f.J
; Dated this 25 day April.
to-- -- ---- neat and energetic. Some Plug valves, 6" to 2", 233; 1656 I ,- .
UTHREE BEDROOM 14 baths, : office work. Give references. j S Board County Commissioners service connections; 1,721 meterlien'ice : I ____ .
assemblies; 3,4" and 1
M beautiful lot near high, school. Write Box R, care News-Leader: Nassau Count, Florida, wrapped steel service pipe 215,750 ,

\ $10,000ith $350 down $63.50 I Ite Attest: l.f..; and other incidental items. .
D. 0 Oxlej
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- month. I __ _-- ---- 12t 425. 5-2 ..Toe D;",information I'n ... "n"for._ Bidders_ n.___ Four Cn II's HerelfJ8V .
I I --- DlU & uln UH lAMlll dll, I-loQS SpC'
- CLERK FOR CLOTHING store. and Forms of Bid Hood .

':'STILL NEW MASONRY( three II List experience, age, re/erence PUBLIC NOTICE 1,1 Performance in the office Hood of the may City be Man ex i

(j bedroom! home, $600 down, only Write Box A, .c/o News Leader. liS TilE CIRCUIT COIRT OF THEFOIRTII in the City Hall at Fer&andinadeach Pont

m $55 month including tax and in I tfc I JIDICUL CIRCUIT LN Morida. Copies may be ob- /On S .
AND FOR NASSAU COLNTY, JLORIDl I Laired (TU TI Harry Hendon and Associates ,
t : surance. Inc.. P 0 Box 7404-A, Birmmgaam .
.. if IV CILSCERC.SE NO. -. 13. Alabama for the amount TS"ss\5'\U
SITUATION EDNA 51. STILLW\t.OV. of 53008, which will be refunded to l 'S. .
EXTRA NICE, Three bedroom Plaintiff, any bidder upon receipt of all plans \ IUCllEIlolJSO '" '
: home. Not a project, top neigh !i WANTED ."5- and documents in good condition with- / ;; ,

.. borhood. $12,600 with $600 I JOHN WARREN STILLWVGGOV, 1C ten days after date of opening of :i
1-- I Defendant
: down. : NOTICE OF SUIT bids.The owner reserves the right to Paint at :
.YOUNG LADY WANTS job typing -I STATE OF FLORIDA wane aa> informalities or to reject I ,
all bids I"" 1' A
Full "
..AT YULEE, masonry three bed or I 9114 Sutphin lioiuevardJamaica Each bidder must deposit with his [! ? '

.. room home, reasonable down I I part-time. Phone 261-3178. MICe I Lwng lSi uid. I bid security in the ameuat form and S you've Seen on I" ( .>;. : ,
New YOlk subject to the conditions provided in ( 1 0
: payment and monthly payments. I You are hereby notified that a sun I the Information for ladders.Atituuofi ;. \ 4
; I has been filed against you in above 01 ouders b particularlycalled I '

... John T. Ferreira & Son MISCELLANEOUSLOSE entitleo cause; and that you are hereby to the requirements as to COB I '
required Ur file your answer with sunns of emptoymm tobe, observed S
:SOS Atlantic Are. Phone 2614571FRENCH I I the Clerk o( this Court and serve a and iniunum wage rates to be paid I 7 .
I cop thereof upon the Plasttiff or under the contract SUBURBAN
PROVINCIAL Spinet : WEIGHT SAFELY with I PlamWfs attorney, whose nanne <>nj No bidder may withdraw his bid JOH! WOOD Model Sa-3D ;
r Dex-A-Diet tablets. A full : address is: within 60 days after the actual date ; c
: with bench. $300. Phone 261. Mercury N. Kavouklu of the opening thereof :
: 5382. tfc weeks supply only 9Se at Lock- : P 0 Boat 4<<2 v THE CITY OF FERNANDINA1SEACH 30 BALLON CAPACITY q PROPANE

,-b--- I 1 wood's Drugs. Ml6c 124 Sown 4th rtreet 1I f FLORIDA F LUCITE
--- --
'"'DOZIER & 'GA Y PAINT Paint I eraaadma Reach, Florida BE: J SMTH5MayorCommissioner 1 House PaW ED'-
I not later than May 25th. 1963.If ; S
I : now for Spring! Complete WATCHES AND BRACELETSand you fail to do so. decree pro con- U 5-2 I. &Ji6sp : GAS SERVICE

stock colors .and white, for earrings and pins, cufflinks f sao will be entered aganst you for S-------- StS I 1XSUUIEO10TEARWARRM
the'rebef demanded m the Complaint. 7 S. 7th I Ph. 261-3661:
: every kind of pain j job. and tie clips, and razors Tie nature of the suit being divorce i ...

.. SHIELL'S SWAP SHOP, 511 and rings. The.e are a few of WttKen my hand and the seal of said : r :

South 8th St.DESIRABLE my favorite thisgs all fowl Com at Fenundina B *eb, Nassau Nassau Building b I S. ,
: Ouaty. Fl rMa. this 24th day of April .I
at P.ebion Jewelry! Compuy. AJ). rfO. Supply Company f
BUSINESS location I (Signed) A l&B Graduate s- D. 0 OXLEY :
in Yulee. Phone 225-53C6.: M2c I )1c Clerk cf the Circuit Court I 1129 S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3648 1 L S ---i
4t 425. 5-:. 9. 16 l'

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Page Ten News- Leader Fernandina Beach: Florida Thursday, May 2, 198S-
I "Someone has out that Ten Commandments." Bert
figured -
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I Veterans UrgedTo I Elementary we have put 35 million laws on JJasterson, ,Hartsdale (N. Y.)
Honor Roll Forte Churches LUCHROoiI 3E1'U'S[ the bboks trying to enforce the Mistersen Press.
I -- At The MAY 6 10 .
------ --- ---- -
Michael's SchoolSister j .
Keep Beneficiary '
NW Monday; Hamburger / buns

Mary Gregory, S. S. J., MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship lettuce and tomato salad, potato
principal of Saint Michael's CHURCHRev. I 7:00 p.m. L B.T.D. NS Listings Up To Dale( chips, buttered corn, canned pears, '
School, announced that the following W. J. Holmes, Paster 8:00: Pan.- Evening Worship spice cake, and % pint milk.I' DISTillED WATER
students had maintainedan 'Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th 7:30: pjiu Mid-Week Services i Tuesday: Ham w/ green i'
The most serious problem fac : beans and tossed
"A" average in all their sub- Sunday 7:30 a.i3. Wednesday new potatoes,
jectsr for the past six weeks and Sunday Mass i 1st, 3rd ft ft ft I ingveterans who hold GI insurance salad, biscuits and buffer, apple''| .
t is to .keep their beneficiary '! cobbler w/ cheese
I 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. and Vi pint'
a roll re,.now eligible for_ the honor Monday, Young People 7 p.m. i CHURCH OP GOD listing up to date. | ilk. !Vz GALLON (No Deposit) 35c
Cor.4th ana Cedar Sts. A recent disclosed- that
Daily 8 a.m. BY WALTER J. PRESTON, JR.I survey j Wednesday Hot dogs /buns,
Kindergarten: Gary Sanders, Saturday __.. Convent Chapel R Sara Poole, Janice McClellan, and
i Phone 261.3807 had Some form of in their
error i fruit banana
cake, and 1hpint
Communion in Convent i ;
WilllSTn Debrosky. 10:00 a.m.: _:: Sunday School permission of 'beneficiary listing and in one- : I
6:30: P.M. ... Young People's the Editorof milk. i i 5 GALLON (Deposit Bottle) $1.50
First Grade: ?Marsha Hadden Meeting.t'ERNANDINA. 11:00 am. Morning Service the Vicksburg Evening Post third of the cases the major beneficiary Thursday: Salisbury steak, '
and Donna Becker. Y.PE. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. the following editorial is Quoted: 11 designation had to'be steamed rice w/ brown gravy, :
Second Grade: Michael: l Long. I 7:30 P.. __ ,... Evening Service "Fallout shelters for 103 million changed, 'Thomas G. Hall, Nassau ;frozen turnip greens w/ roots i
Third Grade: Linda Fiala and BEACH CHURCH Prayer meeting Wednesday ] persons have been located in County Service Officer, reported. celery sticks, rolls and butter,
Sharon Lipinski.{ OF CHRIST 7:30 p.m. civil defense survevs. -Snace- for i! In far too many cases, Hall peach halves, peanut butter cook- i j HARDEE BROS. .
Fifth Grade: Colleen Bryan. Hubert Gibson Minister ft ft ft nearly a fourth of them has been {I nointed! out, any similarity befcveen ie, and % pint milk. i
Sixth Grade: Paula- Vrancken, Bible Study 10:00: A.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I marked and stocked with food and the person or persons the Friday: Tunafish salad, boil .
Jennie Peterson, (Ufy$ Uffelman, Worship Service 11:o((> A.M. Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor water. They would be counted on j veteran wanted to get his insur- ed potatoes in jacket, buttered : ATLANTIC AVENUENowAtYour
Terry Keiter, Debyr Bryan and Evening Service 7 p.m. 10:00: a.m. __ Sunday School to save between 40 and 120 million :; ante benefits and those who act- green peas, carrot sticks, rolls and :
Ann Cook. : I Wednesday! Bible Study 7:30 p.m.NORTI 11:00 a.m. Worship! Service persons who survived the in- !wally would get it was .strictly i! butter cherry cobbler, and % pint .
ft ft ft itial blast from nuclear attack | coincidental. 1! milk. -
6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services
Speed yocr Tirst social security [ 14th STREET 7:30' p.m. ,Evangelistic Service I The wide variance is due to the I The VA is compelled bylaw to, -
check BAPTIST CHURCHRev. possibilities of direct strikes on I only the beneficiary of
bring proof of age with Thursday mid week service pay record -
you when you apply for your social Ran Humphreys* Pastor 7:30 target cities.' 'The war of anihila- 1 when it settles life insurance -I
security benefits. 9:45 a.m. Sunday School p.m.PINE tion' can be made tolerable for claim,. Hall said. favorite Store
e> B0
-- ft ft ft civilians. I Most of the arise
-- -- .. n .- '." _I major errors
---- -
-- I GROVE BAPTIST Take special note of the hst I when a veteran, who had origoin.I .
I sentence, 'The of annihila- !I'
CHURCH war ally designated a parent as a
I Rev. A. Z.. Knight, Pastor tion can"be made tolerable for. beneficiary, marries and forgets Ask for lto
I Sunday School 9:45 a.m. civilians. SHELTER Both(I to name his wife, or' later, his '
I nubc!? and private :. is the answer. .
Morning Worship 11 a.m children as Beneficiary and co- AI31
beneficiaries, the VA has .found.
Training Union 7:00: p.m. ;.
Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Nassau County Civil! Defense> |'i Any veteran who has marriedor TASTE THE DIFFFRfWF! '.- .
has licensed
Wed. Night Prayer now bv the Federal : remarried since designating

I I Meeting -.-......_... 8 p.m. Communications Commission to his insurance beneficiary, .or who <" i *
: Wednesday: operate 14 Citizens Band ladio! has had children, and now'wishes vfftuj: TASTE THE FRESHNESS .
7:45 Prayer Meeting stations in the county. When | to bring. beneficiary i designation -
-- equipment is obtained these stations in line with t his wishes
CONVENIENT Ii ft ft ft will be dispersed,; throughout should send these!present changes to :i Direct From Farmer To YOU!

SCREEN DOOR BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH the county for the purpose of the VA insurance office'to which
i with snap-on 429 South '6th Street radiological' defense communica- : *
_-J 1 he pays his premiums. rF TASTE THE RICHNESS.
canvas cover.TORSION
J .
U GG Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor tions. During natural} emergencies .
Sunday Services: they can be utilized as mobile -
Move To Use Permium
Pfc Up Quality -
AfrThLbw 10:00 A.M. Sunday School'' communication units.' Pending Lame-Wright '

11:00: A.M. Morning Worshi" the availabilit' of civil defense -, Expert Rifleman Jersey Milk -
Here's a rare buy. ,. the new Rambler, !I 6:30 p.m. B.T.U. eauipment privately owned
:. .only camper in its class that gives you BAR : 7:00: P.M. Men's Prayer Service I CB units will -be utilized. In this Serving I in Korea : 'THE TASTE WILL TELL"
e screen door torsion bar suspension, SUSPENSIONheavy 7:30 p.m. __ Evening Worship regard I am pleased to sv that 1 KOREA'
for extrasmooth 7TH INFANTRY DIV.
duty frame built in levelling I jack, ride. Tuesday: I the local (County wide Cit'7en, ''
{ rustproof aluminum top and sides with I I Visitation Banders have responded without;
7:00 p.m. ;1 W. Wright 22. son of Mr and HOllY
baked on enamel finish. 8x12 HILL DAIRY
Roomy A
i hesitation to all calls I have made I
ft ftu Mrs. Carilile Rd.
Interior sleeps 6; offers loads of storage them. Wright, Bailey ,
space. Smartly designed, unusually low. I GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL upon 1 recently qualified as exuert in
profile trailer comes In handsome turquoise < I CHURCH firing the M.14.rifle. in Korea. "ONLY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING
and white. Sets up FAST. Add.A* I Neil I. Gray, Vicar Wright, assigned to the 2d Re- FERNANDJNA: BEACH"
Room also available. See it now. .All.WEtOED 3:50: a.m. Holy Communion FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH connaissance Squadron's Troop A 1
STEEL....fRAN.EPrIced .. on any- camper. I' Morning Prayer Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor; i of the 7th Infantry Division's 10th I For Home Delivery Call 261-3198
only: $610.00.k. irTABERNACLE ft ;.* Worship Services: 8:30: A.M. | Cavalry, entered the Army in I a
BAPTIST 11:00 A.M.l I June 1960 and was stationed at Fernandina Beach
CHURCH 8:00: P JI. Fort Bragg, N, C., before arriving -I PLASTIC CARTON ..... -.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. overseas in September 1962.
Amelia Road Phone l 261-3487
OTHER CAMPER, UNITS I Rev. Loyd:, : Chambers, Pastor Training Union ........... ..6:45:. PJI.I Wright is a 1960 graduate of Get HOLLY HILL MILK AtBOOTH'S

; Sunday School ....._MV::. '10 a.m. Prayer*Service .,.-....- Wednesday I Fernandina Beach High School. I
Morning Worship 11 a.m. 7:30 P.M. I

AS LOW AS, $475 I Evening Worship .-.,-. 7 p.m. ft ft ft FACTS ABOUT PAPER I MARKET
I Wednesday Service7 p.m. ST. PETER CLA VER'S Pulp and paper and paperboard I
ft ft ft CHURCH production, .in the past 50 years 709 SOUTH 8TH STREET -

EASY TERMS CHURCH OK GOD OF 0 Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th has multiplied 8 to 10 times I OPEN} 7 DAYS WEEK_ FROM 8 A.M. TO 11 P.M. _, _
while doubled.
PROPHECY Sunday 7:30 ,a.m. __ .
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Rev. II. C. Drury, Pastor Sunday Mass __ 2nd, 4th m T := ---- -- ---

10:00: a.m. Sunday School Sundav 11:30 a.m.FIRST .
CITY ICE und FUEL CO.South I i, 11:00:: a.m. _-Morning Service ft ft ft

7:30: p.m. Evangelistic W.M.B.Service PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. TOTAL PERFORMANCE:

8lh Street Phone 261-3394 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young John Dozier, Pastor _..._ .
People I I I Worship Services; .....11:00 A. 11.I \ I'tT :.', ,, ..- -
Sunday School &:45 A.M. : .
M I Youth Meetings .,._... 6:00: P.M.
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I Amelia City. Near Intersection

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1 A. F. Gerhhardt, Pastor x':\"::; '

gOO: a.m. Morning Service V to.>>.' .;.00f"M i 1
WMt 9:00: a.m. Sunday School '"'Ji.
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CHURCH i. ;; 7

IA iiiub I Paul Burns Ralph Lay, George Leaders Wood Lawrence. -TTjif: ; i : U

7:30 a.m. .... Litany and Sermon :i r5'r's f -
10:00 a.m. ...: Morning Prayer andSermon

11:15 a.m. __...... Church School
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7:30 pjn. _..... Adult Journey In rY
WI Faith Classes

Thursday. Litany and Bible Study
7:30 p.m.MEMORIAL .
i Automatic Oven I "& '&

i and it's. budget lovin'! I CHURCH METHODIST

0 COOK IASTER automatic control starts John L. Jones, castor
r,.: and stops oven minds the cooking while 10:00 ajn. _.. Sunday School

"' >ou're away.HOLIDAY 11:00 a.m. _..... Morning Worship J
I HOST Oven holds big turkey.
6:15: p.m. MYF Supper &: Programs-
S UNLIMITED HEAT settings for all surface
h 1 galore in full-width storage 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship

drawer. ,
Enjoy Frigidaire Dependability! CHURCH

J. W. Keen Pastor

ONLY $249.95 9:45 i .m. _.... Sunday School) rf Ate.'" ,

11:00 ajn. Morning. Worship
6:30: p.ra. _._ Training Union FORD 6ALAX1E 5O /X. SPORTS HARDTOP

TERMS AS LOW ASk '::30 p.m. _._ Evening Worship ,
F 'Vednesday prayer service, 7:3('


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