Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 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: UF00079912:00019
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century ? 4 Your Best Medium .

Of Service t' nanbma1tLeatSince For Local News

In Nassau County : And Advertising

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1853 Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession The Florida News, The East Floridian The Peninsula. The rernanoma Courier me Island Qty Feraaiffl'na Uoserver. Fernandina Express The Fernandina News, The Florida Mirror The Nassau County Star, The News The Fernai&na Record
I Feinattdpa} NewsRecord. Nassau County Leader. The Outlook The Honda-Georgia News. The Fernandina News The Buccaneer. A *.. -..,.Vi.*'' ':


/udftmllin** f Little t League Season Began Monday With Appropriate Ceremonies I

n The Chem-Cell Cubs and thei

i Lions Hornets battled to a 1-1 tie
I'in the Little League's season
opener here Monday night as

power failure halted the battle .
To all Mom's everywhere y\. after four innings of play. xI a r
Happy Mother's Day. s.i .; The game was outstanding for
I the youngsters as both teamsI F

F.B.H.S Band ., Congrats! i-- I scored a run in the first inning
'Nuff Said. and that was the scoring for the

The Hornets batted first with
You can almost bee Spanish little Steve Hendrix.. leading off
soldiers at the bastions of Old s
with a double down the left field
Fort, San Carlos, hear the clinkof I _
line. Hendrix moved to third on
pieces of eight vision I _
or a majestic a passed ball and scored when Bil- I 'i" :n ,
i '
Spanish galleon in the Amelia
.4 Ily Leeper bounded out short-to- ,
River if you pay a visit to Old firstThe 'aw vre\W

Town'just now. The uncoveringof Cubs came back in the bottom -
the remains of the old .
log pal i ? r \ 3
half of the first to knot the \
isades of Fort San Carlos well i. -
as "
score when Fletcher Shurley
0s: one bastion and a gun emplacement LiI
singled and moved to second when :
area, conjures up many a Steve Solomon reached first on
dream of what Old Town
was ,
an error. Shurley moved to thirdon v.: M\
like' when the Spaniards dominated

a walk to William Gass
Amelia Island. Go out and .h scored when the Hornet catcher FIRST BALL OF THE SENIOR LEAGUE SEASON was tossed by Jack Woodward

have a look at the terrific job of i threw into leftfield trying to catch as Mayor E. J. Smith waits to take his cut at the horsehide. Catching is L. L. Ho-

expert excavation being done by I Shurley at third. hannon, city commissioner, and umpiring is City Judge H. W. Fishier. Woodward and
Dr. Hale Smith and his archaeology The Hornets threatened to I Fishier of the Forest Hills
score are
and Bohannon
sponsors the
students of FSU and to MAYOR E. J. SMITH addresses the large crowd attending the opening Monday nightof sponsors Stags.
try ...
I in the third when Hendrix, Leeper ---- .DUflTTI..-.- .OV. Y.. .LJI .. KINO
imagine what a tourist attractionthis the current Little League season after being presented by League vice-president I and Tommy Corbett walked !I :

can be if it is restored and I Jimmy Clark. In the background are team sponsors, officials and ,the various Little and Terry Rowe lined a smash to- !'Jaycees Offer Cash *

preserved. League teams. PHOTO BY T. H. KING ward second that hit Leeper for

1 1- an out. Billy Stewart struck out .
The Jay Bartels, staunch mem ': to end the inning and threat. I Prizes In May
bers of the Duncan L Clinch Historical SPEBSQSA Annual The Cubs threatened in the last

Society of Amelia Island, : Band of the fourth just before the power Clean-up Campaign Wi; :
conveyed a local invitation' to the F.B.H.S. Show Is Set For failure when Mike Ashe belteda I i
State Historical Society to meet liner into left for a single and
fc ere In 11!>G5 as: they' attended the moved to second on an error by BY JOHN TESTERIt's
annual ,conclave in Sarasota over Saturday Night the leftfielder, then moved to spring cleaning time, and _
the weekend.; The state body has | third on Jimmy Peacock's single, I the Jaycees are promoting a

approved the formation of a ie- but Max Hord popped to short i Clean-up, Fix-up, Paint-up campaign -
storation and preservation: commission 1 Final rehearsals are being held I and' Walter Sturges struck out I for the entire month of
Does It and all is: in readiness for the annual Iay. To the merchant who im-
here. Again'The I i to end the frame and the threat
show of the Society for the I the .
6 I i just as the lights went out. I proves exterior of his store
Preservatiop and Encouragement (Continued on Page Five) the most during the month goes It A'
From the looks of some of the I'of Barber Shop Quartet Singing a cash award equivalent to ten
roads in this area there are some I Jin America. I
of outside We
gallons paint! urge
j who ,,1U'e'delying the garbage tax Fernandina Beach High Fort Walton Beach, Florida last This year's presentation, Festi- I L. V. Fink Retires all merchants to consider the impact

I .by; using. the roadsides for dump 'School Band was awarded "Sup-i i I week-end. yal of Harmony, will be held in ; From Rayonier Post I II an attractive store will haveon
t ing., Unsightly trash, beer cans, erior" ratings in Concert, Sight '' The local Band was one of 21 I the high school auditorium Sat- I his potential customers.We .
bottles and the like certainly 1 'Reading and Marching at the' Bands entered and was one of urday night with 8:00: as curtain I :.j I encourage homeowners and ,
won't. impress the flow of Summer I North State Band Contest held inFormer only 3 Bands that rated "Super i time. t i 1 renters to get out in the spring
tourists, who are about due.I I 1 ior" in all categories., Bands eu- :1 .,. '. '
I Besides the outstanding local ,I' :. ,, sun and beautify their homes and
teeth in the exist-. 1 I this ,
Let's contest--festiva\
get some ''
1 I SPEBSQSA chorus and barber ti the, surrounding landscape. You'llbe
big laws and stop this messy Container bands that had been awarded "Su- 4
shop quartets there will be songs ( surprised at the improvementsthat
I practice. It fine to Keep Floridajreen' perior" ratings in their respective by the Barbershop Buddies of ,.., can be wrought with only 30 ,
also Florida i district \ ;
( but let's : Keep contests. vi
Blackshear Ga. and the Jaxon- minutes effort in the
Passes I ,I per day
I i Manager i
Clean. The Fernandina Beach High i i Aires -Jacksonville.. yard, mixed willingly with water,
I 1 School "Stage"' band which is Local quartets, the stars of lastyear's lawnmowers, hammer and nails, i CHOSEN TO THROW OUT THE FIRST BALL at the

It's a rarity for1 police officers Iin New Jersey made up of 15 -membe of the show, will again perform. and paint brushes. I Little League p eason opener Monday night was Bill SelI -

to come in for praise a* .they are I concert and marching! band also I I The Nassau Sounds tare Claude a 1 The Jaycees want to get Into bert, long' time, resident and former Fernandina' baseball

more often thexulJecW> "..eitaiit: t Charles: HunsicKec, manager of ;: rated. Superior,.a? jki the. follow I! (Continued on Page Five xo the act too,, so we-Cofferthe. following -I player (see pKptp, of Fernandina team in 1903).
I Ing John Pufetti i, Skip
: interested
amount of abuse. An JFB1 l! agent, the local mill of "Container 1 contest to anyone, ,
Corporation I I PHOTO BY T H. KINO
with whom 1 had a conversation of America from the time per Hill Thomas Oliver, Dale in making ,an easy 'ten dollars: : -- --- ---:-
'I the lath Courson, Judy Lasserre, Charles; City Commission ((1)) To the individual who I I
this week gave a pat on built suggests
II it in 1937 until he i
was retired '
| Senator Scott
to Police Chief J. R. Parker and I in 1953, died Wednesday in Jones, John Davis, Katherine' Pet the best clean-up projectfor KelleyTo Entries Coming In
his department for swift work in ers (Twirling), Fred Michael, the Jaycees to tackle as a Be Guest
Westfield, N. J., where he had Seeks Legislation Speaker
known forger who and a twirling ensemble composed : (Continued on Page Two)
apprehending a
had set up residence here at a ,I resided since retirement. ji j i of'' Katherine Peters,. Sharon Gor- 1| At. Jaycee Banquet 1 For Invitational \ '
Hunsicker, 75, had a host of
i j don, Diane Poole Brenda Town- To Elect
beach apartment. The forger, one [, friends in Fernandina Beach as : send and Laura Sorensen Richard i Mayor Nassau Classroom !I Senator Scott Kelly of Lakeland
J Bedgood who was also f :
Lacy Golf
of in Kentucky i well as Jacksonville, where he resided Fox and Lucy Dyal were awarded I Polk County, will be guest I Tournament
wanted for theft a car I
I I during his tenure as local a rating of "ExcellentContinued Meeting last night in regular speaker at the annual Installation I
was, all set to ply his trade Teachers Slate Entries have already started
nabbed before he I i! manager. I[ ( on Page Five) I bi-monthly session, the City Com- + and: Distinguished Service Award '
but in for the
here coming second annual
1! He is survived by his wife, Nell, mission .voted to seek legislationthat Banquet of the Fernandina Beach
could get the wheels into motion. ., and Weyman. Students Are NeededFor will 'allow the mayor to be The early retirement of L. V. ( Junior Chamber of Commerce. I $5,000 Fernandina Beach Invita-
a step-son
An alert business house here fur I elected as such by the people. ,(The Fink was announced today by B. Open Meeting : i tional Golf Tournament, slated
The event, set for .
nished the tip that forestalled the Fort San CarlosArchaeological present charter provides for the L. Rauschert, Resident Managerof |I Saturday for June 6, 7, 8, and 9 at the local
forger's operation and enabled the': Fresh Water Fishing I mayor to be chosen annually by the Fernandina Division. of The Nassau County Classroom I 1 night, May 18, at the Junior High links.
Cafetorium is the
"Dig"Dr. I to public.
police to make a speedy apprehension I commissioners Rayonier Incorporated. Teachers is open Professionals have sent in
Contest oSportsmen's Be Held I the five from their i Department sponsor- 1 Reservations II
I be calling
and turn over the culprit Jo i[ Hale Smith professor of own number at a reorganization : Fink, who has been in ill health ing an open meeting to discuss i Jeanne may by entries are Freddy Leffingwell,
the FJU. By Club i archaeology and anthropology at I meeting). : the past few months, decided to school needs and problems. The > Gingles, 261-3921, ori I Miami Shores, who recently won
I Leuschner
I. 1 I Florida State University, announced In other business the Commis .I retire from active employment.He public is cordially invited to at- i' Marge Further information, 261-3985. the Maracaibo tourney in the
Moro and more Atlantans are : A fresh water fishing contest this week that more studentsare sion voted to reject all bids on an i has been employed as a .Carpenter cend. Special invitatiops hate from ,Don Roberts may be chair-secured Caribbean; Bill Hoffman, West
becoming familiar with, the for Nassau County is being sponsored 'I needed for the current "dig"at irrigation system for the municipal -'I by the Fernandina Division i oeen sent to all county commissioners Palm Beach; Pug Allen, DeLand;

charms of Amelia Island: and good by the Northeast Florida i I old Fort San Carlos hre. golf course. I since 1941. school board members, man. Joe Mann, Sarasota; and Vic
Georgians like the Downing Sportsmen's Club with prizes to' The second phase of the course Carson McKendree acted as I He joins 21 other Rayonier, die county school superintendent Bass of Lake Worth.

Browns) .,are primarily responsible.: be awarded for the largest black !I' will run for 3& weeks and 3 credits spokesman for the Boat Club to I, Fernandina Division, employees ind tax assessor. Father ,Harold Amateur entries to date are Dr.
Last week they had as house bass and pan fish. j I may be obtained in archaeo- ask that permission be given for who are now .enjoying retirement The meeting is planned for Charles C. Hillyer, Jacksonville,
guests at their beach home two The contest will run throughout logy, anthropology or earth placing the club house on pilingin i His only plans for the present May 16, 1963, at 8:00 p.m. at area representative'of the United
Atlanta couples and it is hoped i the Summer. Complete details are science. the location already granted I are to enjoy the ocean breezes at fulee Gym. Haugan Addresses States Golf Association; E. S.
they were so impressed they will i carried in an ad in this issue and The class has made a number that group when the house was his home 57 South Fletcher Avenue The following issues will be Goggins: and William E. Cremect,

become future beach vacationers further ,Details will be carried j I I of interesting discoveries duringthe moved to make room for the Florida I where he and his wife, Bessie liscussed: accreditation, reevaluation FOilS also of Jacksonville. ..
also, They were )Ir. and Mrs. I weekly. <, first stage of the excavation. Marine Welcome Station. reside. and consolidation. A ques Assembly Local pro Ed Mattson returned}}

Goodloe Yancey and Mr. and Mrs. (Continued on Page Two) tion and answer session will be Tuesday from Port St. Luefe,

George Bourke. Yancey is the : ,''1'. ,'" geld after the issues and prob- "If I have provoked one of you where he participated in the $?,-
"t :
Caterpillar dealer for Fulton II "." ,:'" ,, : K' tit KiwaniansGeorge Hear, lems have been presented. ':'to disagree; if I have provokedone I (Continued on Page Two-
County and Bourke is manufacturer i ) ,. :' '. :: James Rylant Jr. All those interested in the prob- of you to think; if .have provoked :;

of an ingredient used in ;soft r ,' (, j" Tobi At ems confronting our educational one erf you to stand up and i
drinks such as Coke and the like. Winner of TAPP1 system and our children are urg- be counted as an individual; ali Yulee Chamber
i !"" '
The. E. J. Forio's have long since n 5d by the Classroom Teachers i one who can stand on his own I

discoxered the easy living at the Monday Nite Meet ,Department to attend. merits and think for himself, then i Seeking Charter
local beach and have a home V \ Essay Contest : I am happy." So Father Harold i

there. 'ale is an executive with the 3 BY TOMMY HALL Ipiscopal Rector !s Haugan, affectionately -, better : The Yulee Chamber of Commerce

Coca Cola Co. in Atlanta. ''.. 3I I i James Rylant, Jr., Fernandina I George Tobi, vice president and Will Be Instituted : knpwn to the young group as I met last Thursday to discuss -
"Father Whitey", concluded his
Beach High School senior," has I i manager of the Jacksonville Convention the acquisition of a charter
'Roatm who have availed'themselves I t rr been named the Southeastern and Visitors Bureau, ol ;Junday Afternoon address to the Fernandina Beach I and the formation of by-lawn.
Marina I (Continued on Page Two)
of the new City winner of the annual essay con- I Jacksonville, was speaker at the Meeting with the newly organized *
have been high in praise of the test sponsored by the Technical :'1 Monday night meeting of Kiwanis The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West, group were 3Irs. Ruth Brown,
facilities and the service. But a Association of the Pulp and Paper I Club. He was introduced to the: 3. D., Bishop of Florida, will'isit American Legion executive secretary of the local
number have complained of the I Industry. ;I membership by a long time personal St.: Peter's Episcopal Church Dance Chamber, and J. E. (Gene) Wea
wakes thrown up by boats traveling The announcement was made friend, program chairmai. Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock for Saturday therford, a past president They
at higher than necessary ) J'T j by Claude Rucker of Container :I J. C.. Bennett. he Office of Institution of the Night At Ten AcresThe were invited to the meeting to
in the harbor. This results I of the Parish the Rev. lend information toward
speeds: [ Corp., Southeastern representative Speaking on the topic, "Con- Jew rector helpful
comparatiyely'rough water D. Ellisor. : American Legion, Theodore securing the charter..
/ in' : for TAPPI in the essay con- ventions in Jacksonville", the ;James
I when a calm anchorage i i4 expect- I:' : speaker said that his organizatior.was The impressive service will in- H. Hernandez Post 54, has President Bob Springer named

ed. This should be one of the less i 1 test.Rylant, son of Mr. and Mrs. responsible for an income oi Jude the traditional passing of slated a dance for Saturday night Mrs. S. G. Cook,.W. A. Sclwrene.ilI ,
complex problems to be 'encour.tc ". r t I James F. Rylant, of 634 S. 15th approximately $9,000,000.00 annually he keys of the church from the ,,j at Ten Acres. Music by the IslandPlayboys Walker and Jimmy Stevens: to
red in adding to the desirability ,,\ I( a ,tikIL Street, will receive $100 from I to Jacksonville and vicin- wardens to the Rector, symbolizng will begin at 9 p.m. draw up bylawaor the new or
,docking here.iSavlng. : that he is officially accepted Both round and square dancing I II ganization.
of j:" I TAPPI and an additional joint ity. This figure has been most accurately -
award of $50 from the local divisions established by the re is the head of the parish. I will be enjoyed during the e..en-I'' Serving with Springer M b initial -

and \ I of Container Corporationof search done by the Bureau. over a Refreshments will be served in ,! ing. The public is invited. officers are Walter T. Johnson
1. a> America and Rayonier, In period of years. Whitney Hall following the ser- I Proceeds of the dance will go i, vice president, and 3Irs. Shel-
Water Safety Cou'rseTo <, :. corporated. He stated that in a large mea- rice. into the Legion's building fund. i I iba i Boyett, secretary-treasurer.

also will receive the Bureau, which has
Begin WednesdayThe He a trip to sure operated

American Red Cross Senior I,, ., :.,,it'tI a TAPPI May 24,meeting at which in time Brunswickon he will 25 years in, Jacksonville has been responsible for the past for Beer Sale To Minors/ Brings Stiff Sentences I ICounty

life Saving and Water Safety E. \t a'yt receive his awards. the tremendous influx of people

Bourse conducted by the Fernan I !,- The winner's sponsor, Mrs. W, and businesses of various kinds. -
dins Beach Recreation Depart- r A A. Childs of the FBHS faculty, Having first seen Jacksonville asa Judge. J. E. (Gene) months in the county jail Walker during the recent crackdown -

meat will begin promptly at' 4:00 will also receive $100 from TAP- : Convention goer, they became Weatherford let it be known that The two Negroes were found on drinking by teenager,.

p3!., Wednesday, May 15, at the PI and will accompany Rylant to I''I familiar with the city and its peo- inyone convicted of selling beeror guilty by the jury of selling beer Both defendants requested ;cry
municipal swimming pool. the Brunswick meeting for the I pIes: When a choice of cities for trials and acted as their own Defense
minor at the Ocean Wave
other intoxicating beverages to to a
To qualify as an applicant for award. :I the establishment of an industry counsel Prosecutor MM

this course, a boy or girl must I FIRST ENTRY I N THE MISS GOLDEtf CROWN This marks the second time the ;: or a business is to be made, Jacksonville minors will be dealt with harshly Inn. Both claimed they the\were\ not'. cury KavoukMs handled the coun-
have reached their sixteenth award has gone to a student j i I I has gotten a break where :, t* he sentenced two in his court regular employees of establishment ty's case
is Miss
and be strong swimmer. 1 FIESTA contest Susan Janesik, shapely 17-year- ,I but worked there as Scheduled for similar
birthday sponsored by Mrs Childs, with other cities, not familiar to them, Monday. a jury
for further information and old beauty from Alma, Georgia. Susan's 3722.36 "vital ''' Miss Sylvia Poole, daughter of have been passed over. Willie L. Mitchell and Sammy 1 musicians. trial Friday is Mr*. Marie Strat-

teC tration telephone the Recrea-II statistics" are sure to get more than a casual glance from I'I' Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry Poole, winning There are 58 Active Convention Mays were sentenced to pay afine I They had been picked up b 7 ton of Straiten Trailer Park' at

Ion Crater Office 2614261.S the. judges.. Fiesta dates are. June 6, 7, 8 and 9.-:. the contest kit year ? (,Coctisud.ca. .. Pave Fin.) of (500 each, or lerve .6 !Deputies John Bodi&e'&cd Emory''Amelia! City,

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Tw NewsLeaderFernandiaa: Eeach: ,' Florda! -- Thursday, May 9,1953FERNANDINA Local Lions Club i i ;:' ".- 509 :wer campers srfl '
the rente&Mfcg 75 iert visitor. at,

; .. Members 'Engage In, N: the Lodge. This brings ,Ihe yearly rl
NEWS-LEADER Talks total to 93,*91 day visitorS: MJ1W: .
511 ASU STREET PHONES 3686 2GH TheNotion ; camper and '2,678' visitors- N jn the '

'A John H. Perry Newspaper In .lieu of the' usual: guest Lodge.
ti Girl Scout Troops 179 apd JJ$
Counter speaKer, members of the Lions\
lUr Caldwell, Editor amiNATIONAl MnaK .r; Club engaged in extemporaneoustalks ilk stay at the Ledge Friday .

r A', BY: PAUL WARU1CK at the regular Tuesday 'evening ad Saturday.
o }r.:: EDITORIAL '-- -- .
,(. night! meeting! _' .. r-, "
0 r ASC TIN "Carson Mef J. To a newcomer who expects one Program chairman -
-. r;; rs L
\1'" 1QCIAttia day to be an ofd-tiraer,1t becomes f Keadi'-conducted the.impromptu
r evident right off 'the bat bat program, limiting speakers to :

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION Fernandina, Beach' faces one great bIi J two. minutes '>. head:

Published! every Jiiuruuj thd entered at the ht Office problem in its.Carious intentions : Chip Brew ton firas, th? jj est of /1

.Krriundina: Beach, Florida, as second class mail matur. 'of making the Svorld realize whata % his father, Dr. Cejtl, Brew-ton.
wonderful place this Is to call 4i Following the regular! ,s**u.n,
Subscription Ratesf home. Lion President John Tlukos:
$4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months Type and picturesit's true, as held a short board: meeting. Estart

$450 a year out of county well as word-of-roouth, can de> i ) i .

------- -- ---- -'------ scribe the climate anj the sun 1 ii/'l; '.::: :. Gil Becker Reports
shine of Fernandina Beach; its .> .. .. ... ,< .
<'< .. ) .,, >.._f'I l I y
abundant fishing attractions, embracing H'.uta' t' :: '" : 4101 Visitors Ar
Fernandina '" tt- .fr"
Beach Will Be One of Ports .
i far-flung piers and bridges If i at.,. .t, i ". Park During Week Khls'et a head start on
accessible to the angler; its t ,. growing up with "jumping
On New Common Carrier Barge Line ; handy and challenging golf course; / #; : Gil Becker, superintendent efFort juvenile"insurance. Protects '

its convenience to all modes of ,.4 r.It Clinch State Park, reported now,builds cash values.
I ..to. this week that Coverage jumps fivefold at
transportation by highway, oceanor : 4,101 people hid "
The Interstate Commerce Com Merry Shipping Company has inland waterway; its hard- :': ..... .. visited the park during the week ... age 21. at same low prem.

mission has granted the application -..-,been operating barges between packed beach swept by balmy t Of this figure, 3,517vere. flay ium. Let id tell you more.
of Augusta and Savannah since the and devoid of the ; ., '. ,
Merry Shipping Company, breezes utterly i f' '

Inc., of Augusta, Ga;, for author- year 1939. glaring, honky-tonk glitter that a welcome feature of 'vhi? pro- \WOOTENInsurance
The Georgia Port Authority, in infects so many others; its rich NATIONAL COIN WEEK was observed here' with a large display by local collectors grams. The Student Council of
ity to operate as a common carrier connection with the City of Augusta historic background under eight I in the Florida National Bank. Contributors to the display! were Harry Jxtoan) left, the Fernandina Beach High AgencyCALL

barge line in interstate and has provided port facilities flags and its overwhelming air and Paul Ulsh, center, shown with Louis Ferreira, bank .president.{ A large number School was responsible for bring ELLEN SHANK
foreign commerce, between points at Augusta and has planned of and quiet that remains fog this
peace of spectators found the collections highly: Interesting. inspiring program to the 261550.1Why :
and ports on the Savanrfah River, additional facilities, berthing undisturbed by its other magnetic u______ ___ ... ---.--.- .-- _- ,student body. '
space, and transit sheds together \ ..... .
Savannah -- -- -
not the one including hand and, on the, Ga.other, on, with the necessary rail trackageand Yes, type, photographs and : Jbycees-Qfi r rI a Father r" Harold, < ,I' .

Charleston, S. C. and Miami and equipment. well-chosen words can convince f ''I'IOne .. I do it bit I by bit? -
Sanford, Fla. and points and Public and. private terminals many that Fernandina Beach is COLUMN 66 I I .
l ports on the St. Johns River and will be used at Augusta and other a God-favored spot. Up to that (Continued, from"Page One) (Continued from Page One),-* Under

Inland, Waterway intermediate points along the authorized routes point, however, it's a story that. of the most important factors club, we will award ten dollars .High School. Assembly on .)fon- Our Plan,
thereto. such as Fernandina Beach,,Palat- many other Florida sites and, forgive in the decision of men and | ((2)) The suggestions will be day afternoon, May 6th. '','-, ,

The application was filed in ka, Sanford, and points along the the allusion, many in California women to enter an occupation and 1 judged on financial feasibilitywith Father Haugan is presently'in'i You Can Pay /

M July IOC1 and was supported by Inland! Waterway south of Jacksonville. and other sea-girt states, !' to remain in that occupation js the most consideration givento I charge ,of the Episcopal: Missions

the Georgia Ports Authority, the may expound with almost equaleloquence. salary. A person entering tHe the overall benefit; 'to the com- in Macclenny and Milliard, as All Your Bills At Once !

City, County, Chamber of Com- The water terminal, under con- teaching profession knows that munity's beauty, health, and safe well as Assistant Hector at St. I!
merce and Committee of One struction and near completion, at But there' |js one prevailing he will not be able to build up a ty. Naturally, we must obtain the Andrews. Episcopal Church in

Hundred of Augusta, Ga., the Jacksonville, to be used primarily quality of Fernandina Beach substantial supply of this w dd'g land owners consent prior to following Jacksonville. He graduate of :
AlliiuLtle, S. C. DevelopmentBoard by Merry Shipping Company, which, in this writer's experience, goods. However, every teachet ; a particular suggestion, the University of is Florida, ,' Sew-1 How? Simply by consolidating all

the Savannah District Authority ,is on Trout River, near the At- sets it apart from ,others. This>> is feels that he can do a better job so legal clearance will also be a anee and has studied e\teniyely,i .your outstanding, atinn into a' '
the City of Fernandina lantic Coast Line's bridge and hail an ingrown quality perpetually at for the boys and girls if he had prerequisite for the winning sug- abroad. singfeIoan.Whenyou're"strapped"for s
Beach,. the Jacksonville Traffic access to rail, highway, and water hand, that has to be felt to be an adequate income with whichto gestion. }
commerce. appreciated. It is hard to put in necessities of life I His opening sentence' emphasized -: cashIf s the practical commonfsense .
Bureau, the Palatka Chamber of provide i ((3)) If a particular eyesore Jias the -
word "fear" element
Commerce, the Committee of One The barge line will commence words. I for the members of his>> family. I been spoiling your: pride in Fer- an solution. { ,
delightfully which he said and old alike / x'f -t.
Hundred of Putnam County, the operations in the very near fu- This added appeal that so -i' Typical beginning salaries offred nandina Beach, fill in the form young I
lived with eve'ry Fear of
f day. non-
Commission of Sanford 1''bi. ture. pervades the atmos- select below, clip it out of the i, YOU'lL
City to 19G2 graduates in paper Fear to be self. LIKE THE WAY WE HANDLE EVERYTHING !II
conformity. ones: \
phere of Fernandina Beach is the "
-- -- ed occupations: and mail it to "Clean-Up, P. 0. .
Fear of being laughed at Refraint
outgiving friendliness of I I
warm : Box 357 Fernandina Beach Flor
I Buccaneer Coin Club : Engineering 7,200-$7,500 from adhering to the desire to '
Matthews Slates its inhabitants. It is the welcoming ida. [
loans up ,| to $600
i helpful attitude of everyoneyou Business Administration $5- live by one's own morals and con-
To Meet, May 13 meet the sort of human 100-$5,700 I victions instead of following what

Public responsiveness that makes that I Agriculture $4,800-$5,700 To: Clean-Up, P. 0. Box 357, your conscience says is wrong for
Buccaneer The monthly Coin Club meeting is set of the for tattered old phrase, Southern ,' Other Fields $5,832-G,156 Fernandina Beach, Fla.I fear of being separated'from the O.A.C. }FINANCE;: ,
Teachers (in Florida) $3- suggest your clea -up pro crowd. He said that subconsciously
,1 i Hospitality, really take on mean-
Monday, May 13 at 7:30 p.m. CORPORATION
On Farms
Family | the
largest percentage
450-$4,600 '
The meeting will be held in the ing. ject be : peo- I
TEACHERS IN NASSAU ple ..I'eally"anted to be their own
Many stories, none of them sur-
I art room at the Recreation l Cen- AMOUNT PAYMENTS Fol
I Rep.. D. R. Matthews, Chair ter and all coin and stamp collectors -, prising, have been heard about COUNTY $3,700 true self, but fear kept them fromit. YOU GET 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11,MONTHS U MONTHS
man of the Family Farms Subcommittee I i invited to attend. people who had their first glimpze (source: Maurice, Mayberry, By,no means did Father Haugan 75.00
are Located At: i'i'S S 5.06 S 5.1.7 S1,55 '
Placement Director, indicate that society expecteda f
of the House Committee of Fernandina Beach, then came University ,
on Agriculture, announced today right back to buy a home and live : Univ. of Fla.), Submitted By. : withdrawal from juvenile activity J 160.00 S 9.1.9 10.79 11.67 16.11

that the Subcommittee will the Family Farm, which was pre- her They met some of the people It is clearly evident that Flor- Print Name but stressed his opinion that, .c25.00 2..86 28.35 30.69 42.50

i hold public hearings June 3-5 on pared by the Family Farms Subcommittee no doubt.In i ida's school boards cannot comi there was as much pleasure' 600.00 34.39 39:34 .c2.66 59.35

the general subject of Family and released on Aug- the past week, we met a ma- i pete on the open market for the Address: life ,by utilizing intellectual tal- I I ,

Farms. ust 1, 1956. chinist from upper Illinois who I i I best qualified, men and 'women, to Phone ents and at the same time finding .., 308 Atlantic Avenue

Secretary of Agriculture Free- 'i "It is the hope of the Committee frequently had visited Florida teach our boy and girls if govern- pleasure in clean fun with the elimination Fernandina '
but ment, business and industry offer of the type which I .
vacation carry
nan .and'other Government officials ," he said, "that in the updated with his family on ,
in;' beginning salaries $1,000or All entries must S be, postmarkedno demoralizing effects Telephone 261-3681
i : will be invited to testify in report there will be includedall was making his first stopover average I
After 24 hours more above the beginning salaries later ,than 18 May 19G3., .In Father Haugan's address was
Beach. '
regaid Fernandina
to suggestions
i any of the services of Government 1 Off Hours 9-5 I M2
ct ; Daily Wednesday Saturday!
of ;
available graduates plan- case _duplicate suggestions, ,the preceded and followed with
may have for the improvement of' available to family-sized farms 'here, he was out calling on Ray- to I a II .
the of the Family Farm onier the Container:G i ning to enter teaching as. a life- earlier postmark will d note the : number of folk songs, 'accompanied ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVitl!!
position and rural communities, with special Corporation / winner. t ........ :t
firms looking for a time career. by his QWB guitar always "
in the agricultural Various and other ,
economy. r.
emphasis on the changes ,
.... .. .
If we are going to offer the -- -- -- -- -
farm organizations, and other since 1950.! : permanent job. He to stay 11
interested_ groups, will be given here He didn't make it before his\ best education possible to our
"In the report, also, it is hoped '
II an opportunity to express! their vacation time was up, but you can children and youth we must be
there will be statistical evidence '
views and suggestions for any that Bet he will be back next year; able {to offer salaries which will : "
concerning the efficiencyof < "
legislative program, relating to giving it another try. He said so. attract qualifies young men and '
the human "
I1 the Family ,
the pioblemi of the Family Farm. If Fernandina Beach can hire i women to teach .in Florida's pub i ..
values of Family Farms and the
The hearings: will open each a wordsmith who can put this lic schools. i I
I morning at 10 a.m, in the Committee impact of the Family Farm on feeling into words, he had better An analysis of Bulletin NO. riG, .. '. '
rural America and the general '
Room 1110: Longworth be hired, in a hurry. It is doubt- Florida Industrial Commission, I to ,T
economy of the whole country"Trade \
House Office Building.Mr ful, however, that such a wizard January 1963 shows-the following '
Matthews said the specific with the language 'exist! average salaries paid skilled and

objective would ,be to of update the Subcommittee the report on At Home industries semi-skilled in workmen Florida. in College selected. is I YOU CAN SEE .AND FEEL.!

not required *'-
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MARINA LOG Public Utilities $6,245 ,
Paper Industries $5,613 i BO

., <. "JQ', t B. All Manufacturing $4,326 !
Y Boats docking at the new City 1 Current information shows that it2rF

Marina during the week of May many experienced teachers are be- ; .
I 1 were as follows, with the name ing drawn into industries paying I
Remember last summed s
l of the boat, the owner, his address eraeesalaries: of at least $GOOO.a s41X.:7
and of boat Hated in :! }
difference of $1,000 or more 4 M8;'
i _
1 that sequence: over what it would be possible for I et t

I / Brownie, J. E. Holden, Port- them to earn if they remained Jn .

{ / ) mouth, New Hampshire, 57 feet. teaching. In some of the most, : P' Ti
Francina, II, Wm. Price, M.D., poorly paying counties (such a* :

Baltimore, Maryland, 42 feet. Nassau) many: teachers are? resigning ..
I unbearableweather? .: in order to take' t killed
Caribou, C. H. Carnage, Gloucester I
or semi-skilled jobs i in industry.
Mass., 60 feet.
Solely because these industrial rjr
Vi, H. J. Wolfinger' Philadel-, jobs enables the teachers to pay : 5 .
..J v 1 v phia, Pennsylvania, 35 feet. i i the bills which come due each ;

Eloise III, Co!. G. B. Reisweber, month. ; .

Bay Head, New Jersey, 35 feet. ... e 2be
J Miss Behevian, J. G. Moon, Se- \

1 bring, Ohio, 37 feet City C mmission.j

Cascade, Cracker Asphalt Co., j > 4I

Brunswick,. Georgia, 105 feet.
(Continued from Pare One)
ii Hazel Anne, Franklin Jones,
Fernandina Beach, 25 feet. Permission was granted with
the stipulation that the exteriorof
Roamer II, James J. Henry r' 5' m :
the clubhouse would, be congruous ib .r r..I
New York, 72 feet. I
wih the installations in
Pepruce, Ben Hasnas, Long Island -
that area, namely the Welcome"
New York, 43 feet.
Station and the new City Marina. .
Big Deel II, Mr. A. Weissberger I tia
,.. City Manager Clayton San icrs "
Atlantic Beach, New York : .
advised the Commissioners that a "
i :
You don't have to suffer another feet. .. 7tL
through one request had been received from
To-Ja III, W. H. Shepaidson, ?' : .,I 1i'
like it know. Fred LeGrand of Jacksonville
you ,
Tuuso, Mass., 36 feet. I' ,rd ,, .
Beach for install at- '
permission to w.
In just a few hours, you can make your homea Seccrd Youth, B. H. Marsh, Jr., ,
tractions at the beach, such a* a I p i s j5
haven of cool comfort day and night with a Annapolis, Maryland, 36 feet. 'ferns wheel merry-go-round' 4
Carrier Weathennaker Think of it! Cool, clean, Polaris, h. Boyher Hartley, other rides. 5' I ;5 .,
Cape Charles Virginia, 61 feet. V '
dehumidified, refreshing air in every room of your Shelly Ray11, J. B. Rich Sanders was instructed to check '. I

home this summer-and for many summers to Gmal, Huntington, West Virginia, into the proposal and report backto +
It's wonderful kind of the Commission at a later w
come. a new living. 54 feet. ., w

Tomm of Malion, Capt. Richter, meeting

Rumson, New Jersey, 34 feet. 5- '

From $14995 Lady Cal, William Mullen, Fal- Entries Coming I In .
mouth, Mass., 36 feet. ;I .
Kings Choice, C. A. Crews,
Trenton, Ontario, 40 feet. i (Continued from Page One) TIAEs
N'O DOWN PAYMENT Ardlyn Howard W. Sharpe, : 000 Added Florida Section PGA' NEW ATLAS PLYCRON -*

Sherwood Forest, Maryland, 25: Matchplay Championship.
Gamer feet. Mattson reported that most of

Jeriana, Dean Riley, Annapolis, I.the pros who played in the local How do you look at a tire-tread?At depth only? for quicker,safer stops.You get more mileage, 't'

Maryland, 29 feet. tourney last year were playingin i You should also look at the amount of rubber Jess side-slip on turns,easy steering,real control!

v Mass Gladlar, ft), feetPeople F. L. Putnam, Boston, said the they Port would St be Lucie back event for this and in contact with the roaefj! New ATLAS Plycron You have a choice office quick-action guaran

I, year's event. puts up to 25% more wsrting rubber on the road tees.Adjustments can be prorated on treaddepthThe

Tourney chairmen Glyn Waas ATLAS tire the car's load number of months in
spreads over remaining, or on use. And

L B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co."We Do Read Even i I and plans Bob are Young progressing said today for that the r far more surface. Together with its improved Standard Oil stands behind every ATLAS,tire.

Service Everything We Sell"'l The Smallest Ads i, tourney and that everything tread design, it gives up to 16% better traction Come in soon..then go safe-go Standard .

points to better '
; an even tourney '

ol SO. 8th STREET PHONE '261-4892 In The You News-Leader._Are I!I than last year's successful event H. F. STONE, JR., Agent : : ,, Jt; :/ Fernandina Beach, Fla;

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-f Supper Held J I NewsLeaderFernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May: 9 1963 Page Three .

By Rose Circle ToClose Mrs. J. C. Bennett Jr. Installed As Club President !..

Club YearThe Miss Johnston To Wed Response Good .

.. .
members :: 0 : ::;: J ( > Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Jr., was __
their husbands "i lSx '
< ) m "
: named president of the Fernan :
: of the Rose Circle met at dina Beach Woman's Club at the \ {; At Yulee Clinic
the home of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. : ;
annual last
meeting week. r :-- '

Woolsey the club's last last Friday meeting evening of the for F : : She was installed by Mrs. T.W. '.....:.....>.....,: .' ,,.:' For Inoculations .*' .
: v.".'I
Oliver, along with the "
year. Co-hostesses: : assisting Mrs. .: iJ- ; other of- ;: :' :
Woolsey were Mrs. George S. Fox ficers for the coming year (see 'j One hundred twenty-seven dogs

and Ms. A. E. Taplin. .: :;: ...'. ..: accompanying photo for names ; and seven cats were inoculated at .
\\':.:Y)" :.:: .: .. and officers). -
the clinic
Following the social hour, a ..: /: ":'. Mrs. Oliver used \ :;:: conducted by the County -
'. .'.. ..... as her theme
buffet dinner was served, after ;.:; .::: :: ':.'v. ;< Health Department for the TO- t
for the installation the .*
Prayersof ,.:: cination of animals rabies 4
which a short business meetingwas against
held.'Two new members, Mrs. > ff ? St Francis. She also prcsenUu .."I isst Saturday at Yulee.
the outgoing president, Mrs. George .
;Alison and Mrs. Dr. B. F.
r Helen Mary ... .. T. Davis, with a service pin. { : Woolsey County .
Jane Seitz, were added to the circle f......'. ..' Mrs. Davis thanked : : Health Officer, expressed his a-
the clul
roster. MM. Woolsey was appointed members for the y 4a predation to the many civk mind i fjf
chairman of the flower I cooperatioi A ed citizen of the area for their .dam
t Atr she received during her term o
show which will be held in the : % j contribution to the protection 0f =
1ff : office.
I fall, the date to be set later. f ( Ji' Introducd as guests at the co\ ji ji i the community against the rabwe ,*sinn

The ,out-going president, Mrs. : ered dish luncheon and installation i loose in the wild animals by fcltt
Leila Ketcham, gave a short resume .h.: .. were two Little Women, Misse. the pets treated with aati-.
of her garden club tour of ': ; ft \i nSM rabies vaccine *.i % ,
!i .. : Judy Kear and Margie Brewon. >' wHe r
I famous gardens abroad which she : ..,.., .... .4:4 4 Mrs. ,L K. Nolan introducd am stated that at a very roofb -

plans t 'make in the near future. accompanied Mrs. Emerson Mitchell .'+.'. I estimate this constitutes about
The circle then presented her witha in several songs. I1r fifty percent of the davs own i l l'n ...
gift in recognition of her outstanding t Mrs. Walter Preston, fourtl __ ':<')i the district, and is an exceUntt: ''

*'.performance as presi :;f start at building aall afaietv>' y
vice president, introduced as.nev Y \ *p : ::...:.
dent. members, Mrs. Walter Brobsto '\1 the transmission of the dread $fe- .
MrsE.'' B. Phillips officiatedat and Mrs. John Wilshire, and a: : ease of rabies to humans. H
the induction of ,the following L. associate members, Mrs. James D ever, in view of the serious dangtr t -
officers for the coming year: h'f:) Ellisor, wife of the new Episcopal > present, he urged all those pear-
president, Mrs. Isabelle Barniak; minister, and Mrs. Don Himmel d.f sons who were unable to get tMr "

first vice-president, Mrs. Marjorie ,man, wife of the new Lutheran nets treated at the Saterda' '
Rauschert; second vice-president, minister } Clinic to take them to their .rs"- .., =

Mrs. Ketcham; treasurer, Mrs. 'f 7" Miss Marie Cone led in the clul ; ; ; ; I ate Veterinarian as every iaecfil-. "
Edna Preston; secretary, Mrs. collect and Mrs. H. A. Penton conducted ; i ated dog is a serious menace
Ruth Askins; publicity, Mrs. 'the devotional. ; .,.

Louise Fox.Following. Retiring president, Mrs. Davis, Jr.-High ElementaryLUNCHROOM
the induction of officers SHOWN AT INSTALLATION CEREMONIES last week are members of the Executive told 'of attending the Palm Beach H"

Mrs. Ketcham thanked the Board of the Woman's Club of Fernandina Beach for the coming year. Left to convention with Mrs. J. C. Ben- 1 MENU'S "'

circle and her officers for their right, Mrs W. J. Preston, fourth vice-president; Mrs. Larry Sellers, first ,vice-presi nett, Mrs. T. W. Oliver and Mrs\ C MAY 13 17

cooperation and presented the circle dent; Mrs. S. II. Davis, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Franklin Jones, third ice- L E. Sellers. She noted that the Monday: Porcupine balls m ..':
with book Blanche Graham
and,8. Mary by Noble entitled- president; Mrs. R. N. Alday, second ,president; Mrs. W. C. Owens, treasurer; Mrs. local club received an award of i I i i tomato sauce, green salad, buttered

"You Can Grow Camellias." J. C. Bennett, Jr., president, and Mrs. G. T. Davis, retiring president. Not present merit and also' recognition for the corn, rolls and butter, apple.. a

Mrs. Knight announced that when picture was made, Mrs. P. C, Stewart, recording secretary donation to Radio Free Europe sauce cake, and 112 pint milk.
from the proceeds of the 19G2 international -
the first fall meeting \will be held -- PHOTO BY T. H. KING Tuesday: Chicken pie, cran
-------------- Ball.
at her home with Mrs. Albin I I .'R. berry congealed salad, lutt&se I
on ,
Hostesses for the \ ..... .. ,. .. .. >, .=. 7'. ;
Thompson and Mrs. Clyde Uus- St. Monica's Chapter meeting were' 'V .. .. .".$:. ,.:::. .. .' leaf, green beans, rolls and btttttr, '
Lowe-Jetton Manage: Vows Repeated Mrs. Raymond Cough, chairman, ,
sell as co-hostesses. Mrs., Winnie ,I Meets May Seventh Irs. John Gregory, co-chairman, Sir\ and Mrs\ Hyman Fitzhugh Miss Johnston will be graduated:'|i ambrosia and 12 pint milk.I .
Williams district director, will be Stone, Jr. of Fernandina Beach in June from I Wednesday .
the University of j : Ilamlwrgw
Irs. Chuck Flenniken Mrs. H. B.
guest speaker. In Lovely Candlelight Ceremony April 29 i With Miss WhitneySt. Carr, Mrs. John Leitz, Mrs. Ro- announce the engagement of Al- Georgia: where she is a member buns, lettuce and tomato aW, .* ,

)ert Gray, Mrs. L. J. Hamrick, ice Kay Johnston to Roger Mal- of Alpha Delta Pi. I frozen green limas. cherry eofc-
i Monica's Chapter of StPeter's Copeland of Mr.\ and bIer, and milk
Junior High ChorDs com son Mr. % pint '
Miss Diane Leslie Lowe, daughter Mrs. Kathleen Gentry, Mrs. Ira was graduated
To Present ConcertThe of Mr. and Mrs Clifford Earl:' Piano Students In Episcopal l Church held its V. Hall, Mrs. T. H. Hall and Mrs. Mrs. Albert Henry Copeland of fram Athens High School and I Thursday: Cold cuts, boii dpotatoes
May meeting Tuesday, May 7th, Athens, Georgia.
Lowe Sr., of Arlington, Virginia, I Bob Gingles. ; in jacket, buttered l pMu* *
.completed his education at Presbyterian '
Recital Tonight At at the home of Miss Katherine Miss Johnston is the daughterof .'butler
carrot sticks, rolls and
Eighth Grade Chorus, un- became the bride of Dewey Jennings The club house was beautifully
I Whitney.A the late Dr. and Mrs. College, Clinton South *
Joseph ,
chilled chocolate ceelc-
Memorial MethodistThe decorated with baskets of mixed pears chip
der the direction of Miss. Sara Jetton 29th in
April a
social hour was enjoyed from flowers. Leon Johnston of Sylvester, Geor- Carolina. lie is a member of Kappa ies and % pint milk. ..
Hanna, will be in concert Friday,
May 10th, at 8 p.m. at the'j junior I candlelight ceremony in Farling- piano students of Mrs. Nell 10 until 11 o'clock, followed by gia.The Alpha fraternity. Friday: Fish sticks (t rt\.r.
high auditorium. ton Methodist Church in Alexan i Lawrence will be presented in recital the meeting which was opened bride-elect was graduatedfrom The wedding will be June 16 at sauce), cheese and macaroni i, but-
dria, Virginia. The Rev. Paul' with prayers led by Mrs. Howard Annie Brown Circle Sylvester High School and the First Baptist Church in Syl
The chorus will sing "0 Lord, i tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 I tered spinach, celery sticks, cutQt:
Save Thy People" and "Come.' All Martin, pastor, performed the I p.m. at Memorial Methodist Hammond. To Meet Mav. 13th attended Valdosta State College. vester, Georgia. bread and butter, apple and. -Ji,.'

Ye Lads and Lasses: *, thel two ceremony.The I Church. I: The biblical passage chosen for pint milk.

songs ,they sang at the District bridegroom is the son of i Those taking; part will be, Judy I study was on "Wisdom", taken The Annie Brown Circle of Memorial I .

Festival l -No. 5 held recently in Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jetton of Car.i Alday, Patricia Bailey, Mary Julia I j from the Old Testament. The Methodist Church will. Junior HighLightsBV The American Cancer Swwtyi! vI
Jacksonville, along with various: rabelle, Florida. Brewton, Diane Burns. Margie i. study was led by Mrs. II. 1.. meet May 13th at 7 p.m. in Parish "Will to Conquer Cancer Cry-

sacred, 'folk and popular selec Miss Starr Monon was the 1 Brewton, Janet Dickens, Diane :. Baughman and was 'followed by a Hall. sade" assures future support &f.,.,
tions. I bride's maid of honor and Miss Davis, Jack Dickens, Clyde Davis, discussion. Instead of announce- The meeting will be a covered JANICE SWEATT programs of cancer research, education .. 1I

The girls in the chorus are, Marcia Traband was the brides. I Connie Entzminger, Caroline Dickens : ments, members were reminded dish Hitchcock supper and Mrs.with Clarence Miss Lynn Hi! This week has/ really beena Allan, Mr. and Mrs. A.'R. Powell,I I and service. The program

Linda Hendrix, Patty Crews,I maid. They wore light blue suits, Beth Garcia, Lynn Goodinj, )i to use the monthly calendars lor hostesses. Tay busy one! Mrs. R. L Thornton and Mr. Ray II I encourages interested pers KM tfe

Louise Harris, Donna Thompson, ': highlighted with white accessor- I Celeste Hardee, Leslie Hogan, mailed to them so that the an- as "r;,.y The demerit Howard[ for accompanying and I include the American Cancer Society .

Linda Stillwell, Sheryl Littles, I ies. I Anne Hardee, Carmen Hogan, nouncements would not have to t.i r?' 'I system is making chaperoning the trip. Everyonehad : as a beneficiary in wills aid'"

,Jackie Gibbs, Dale Blocker, Mary I Clifford E. Lowe, Jr., brotherof Betty Hardee, Lucy Libby, Julie I be made. Social Hour, Enjoyed Et: ", everyone ex- .1 a wonderful time. '\ insurance policies. This will llrw
Jane Gaskins: Barbara Thompson I the bride, served as best man Lee, Ed Libby, Marjorie Merrow, :i Ladies present with the hostess At Church ,}, :" tremely nervous. Six vide continuing support of the
Following I junior high school '
Velma Howell, Patsy Johns, for the bridegroom and ushers Ii j Marilyn Miller, Ann Merrow, Mar- were, Mrs. Ben Sorensen, Mrs l t. \fAs of the last studentswill i fight against cancer.. ,,.,,:
Kathy- mith, Pam Crane, Treska were Steven and Julian Low t jcia Miller, Martha Partin, Bonnie I! Wendle Brooks, Mrs. F. R. Shur Piano Recital May 7 :;bulletin, the Nassau represent County our Junior school in Mass the --- --
Hatton, Netha Dpan Ki ?,Linda father "Quattlebaum, Mary Phinney, Lin- I I ley, Mrs Howard Hammond, Mrs 'IC"'' standings for the High
Given in by her Contest be Trade Home
marriage to held At
Thrift, Glenda King, Rosalind !jda Sapp, Mary Weisner, Sue E. V. Garcia, Mrs.\ H. L. Baugh-I The piano students of Robbie 'six weeks areHollingsworth I next
the bride radiant day. Tests
Lovell, Louise Gandy, Susan Car. petite was | Stewart, Cliff Thompson and Lucy | man, Mrs. James Bird, Mrs. DanI Lee Thompson were presented in S; I I were given to the students _
in her two piece white wedding : and the top three from each ,
; man, Gale Hunter, Judi Williams, ; Dyal. I Daugherty, and Mrs. Carmen two recitals at Memorial Methodist Powell ''8; Wort-
_ suit. Her corsage was of baby Church. The students of I grade represent the school. !
Margie Johnson, Judy Franks rosebuds. Those making the honor roll Stapleton.The man 9; Carpenter -, Robert Johnson
pink Carolyn Breedenand
and Beth Hall.Mamie I are, Celeste Hardee, Marcia Miller 'I last meeting before the grammar school participated April 14; Piecho- I Diane Davis
Immediately following the ceremony Ann Hardee, Mary Phinney, 29th and those of the junior and cinski 14 Pozega 14 Johnson 22 were the top
summer .vacation will be held :; ; ; three from the seventh grade and *
Mills Circle a wedding supper was held I Patricia Bailey, Lynn Gooding, i, June 4 at the home of Mid James senior high school presented and Tyson 30. The yearly total is Celeste Hardee, Kathy Allison
at the Fairfield Inn in Arlington.
theirs 7. I I
Betty Hardee, Connie Entzminger on May -Powell 119 129
Bird or with Mrs. E. V. Garcia. ; ; and Janice Sweatt
To Meet May 1 13thWith Mrs. Jetton will be a. senior at : Janet Dickens, Bonnie Quat- i I Members will be notified as to The church was beautifully Tyson 133;. Johnson 150; Piecho- from the eighth grade.were Good top luck *

Mrs. McArthurThe Florida State University in Sep tlebaum, Mary Julia Brewton, the place of the meeting. decorated with sprays of summer I cinski '153; Wortman 182; Pozega to you all. I certainly hope u1T
tember. She formerly attended I Mary Weisner and Marjorie Mer- flowers, arranged at various points I 196; and Carpenter 228. As you I bring the trophy back again you for I

Mamie Mills Circle of Memorial schools in Jacksonville and Nap row. Pythian Sisters throughout the Sanctuary and I can see, Mr. Powell, Mr. Tyson our school! I
Methodist f Church will\ "meet les, Italy. I The public i is cordially invitedto Parish HaiLThanks and Mr. Hollingsworth are run-
Monday, May 13, at 3:30: p.m at Mr. Jetton graduated in April attend. Attend InstallationIn were extended for the ning a very close race for the ; In my last colump, I mentioned I

the home of Mrs. A. G: McArthurin from the School of Business at JacksonvilleThe use of the church and to all the prize of the demerit system whichis I the electing of a king and queen 1

Amelia City. Florida State University. Tri-Hi-Y To Stager parents for their contributions in I, a trip to St. Augustine. I for the Sock-Hop given by the I _. _

This will be the final businessand \ The couple will make theihome Installation of Sunshine making the evenings successful Ii I i From all reports, the trip taken Little Women. I am most proudto Contact me today! :

social meeting before the circle in Tallahassee. Mrs. Jetton l Car Wash Saturday Girls of Council No. 7 was held and enjoyable. Special recognition I I to Silver Springs last Saturdayby I announce that they were Mar-

begins its new year. All members is the granddaughter of Mr. S. A.Webster For World Service Sunday, May 5, at Temple No. 5 was given to Joy McKendree, I the Patrol l was very success I garet Harper and Bubba Wile t J
are urged to attend. of Fernandina Beach. 'I in Jacksonville. senior in high school, and to Tom :; James Rowers
liams.I .
ful. The group saw such points of ,
i' The Tri-Hi-Y will sponsor a I I Dr. Don Evanson, of Jackson.I my Oliver in for making the a superior interest'as the Ross Allan Insti- I See you next week! 311 AtlantieVf.. !
rating piano at District and
wash this Saturday, May a
car ville, the devotional, after : '
gave tute, the Aquarium and Six Gun Phone 261.3982
State Contest held < :
11th the Recreation Center. It recently. :
I at
Armstrong which a program of accordian Territory. They also went on a ;, "One of these days, a practical :
will at 9 a.mand last un Following the social I' .A
begin solos and skits from Temples No. program, a Jungle Cruise and for a ride on legislator will pass a bill which '
til 5 p.m. The charge will be only 3 and 5 enjoyed all followed hour was enjoyed in Parish Hall, HM lur
were by the Glassbottom Boat. The Patrol : will have all holidays fall on a STATE FARM MUTUALAntoiKtiii :
and 75c with delicious'refrcshments rI t
I I. I $1 cars by the installation. being i would like to thank Dr. W. D. Friday or a Monday." Charles I> IIIWRI Cllnpall' .
for served by the mothers.
compact cars. Pythian Sisters of Temple! No. ( Lovely Rodeffer, Miss Sissy Carpenter, E. Seel, Atlantic City (N. J.) Reporter KoMOflKt.lThere's BW-&ItII,1IbIeia:
The Tri-lli-Y is donating the attending were Mrs. Mary Kay gifts were presented to Miss I Mr. John Piechocinski, Mrs. J. P. .,
profits to world service, so thepublic's 17 Thompson from the pupils and -
SALES AND INSTALLATION support will be greatly Moore, Mrs. Myrtle Rizer, Mrs. their parents. L .
Bertha Robinson and Mrs. Kathleen .
appreciated. Cook. I Those on the program were, !: 1kk4 ( f

PORTER & LOVEQUISTColor Sunshine Girls attending were, i i Claudia Haddock, Anne Jones, j' .,
Cathy? Vann, Cathy Galphin Mary
Last year there were 15,000 Misses Carlsey Allan, Chamone eiit .
Center8th But it Lucy Mierzejewski, Carmen Vann,
accidents on golf courses. Moore, Marsha Wood, Candy I Ii :
around the house i Russ Perdue, Gail Galphin, Louise I
St. At Five Points Phone 26U06SDowns beats staying Youngblood, Gail Cook, Rita Cook .
Carpel'aLspsr Paints Wall Paper falling off ladders, and sticking and Carol Booth. Mrs. La Jean Britton, Wesley Douglass, Betty
finger in the power mower. Batchelor, Barbara Broadwater,
.. -_ .- --- -- -- -. --.-your--- - Allan accompanied the group. Monica Lancaster, Johnny Hollis. f;

-I Diane Tuten, Mary Garner, .
Lawn Party Fetes Mary Jean Farr, Jan Hollis, Bunny ;::'t i I ..

Puletti, Susan Carman, Charles tUllhlUfl .
Miss Kim Barnhardt
- Fernandina Beach Chapter Hahn, Ann McLean, Kathy ___

On Second BirthdayLittle Allison, Floyd Lewis, Annette I a ..

Society For The Preservation and Encouragement of Bowers, Ann Farr, Margaret ,
Miss Kim Barnhardtwas Sturges, Nell Cook, Joy McKen I; .

Barber Shop Quartet Singing In America honored Saturday, May 4th, dree, Judy Hahn and Tommy Olive
__ "I with a party in celebration of her I
second birthday. It was held at .
the home of Mrs. Franz Mitchellon CARD OF THANKS

Third Annual Atlantic Avenue Hostess for The family of Alma Cochran .4x.} ,.h for in the .
Li everyone
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the occasion was her mother Mrs. Brooks wishes to express their
Mary Ellen Barnhardt. deep appreciation for the I :
many .
FESTIVAL I OF HARMONYHIGH Favors of trumphets were prayers and acts of kindness GRADUATING CLASS
: I given each little guest as hey assembled shown them during her sickness .
I on the !lawn. The birth and their subsequent bereavement. ..
j day cake, centered on the refresh. Signed:
j ment table, was trimmed with pink W. M. Brooks i ;. .:. more styles to ?/ / more quality .

SCHOOL AUDITORIUM MAY 1 11 1963 I roses and angels and was topped Mrs. R. B. Lockwood :,: choose from (yWfor .
your :
I with "Happy Birthday Kim. Mrs. Lloyd Wolters money

Enjoying the affair with the Mrs. John Butler ..

8:00: P.M. honoree were, Bo Smith, Jeff ,
.; Whitaker, Donna Lee Haselden, MEMORIAMIn .
Bret Whitaker, Kathy Haselden, memory of Mike. Tiliakos, : .,
Proceeds Will Go To Benefit The Freddy Mike, Buster Haselden, who passed away 10 years ago on S j t.. .

Laura Dotson, Bruce Haselden May 8.Memories ..
Fernandina Beach High School Band Pam Jones, Sammy Hamilton, are treasures, ,w- .
Buffy Buchanan, Kelvin Hamil-- No one can steal, .
,- ton, Suzanne Ingram, Beth Townsend Death is a heartache, S.' 1 y s : i .
Hear Outstanding Barber Shop Quartets Ray Ingram and Joni Jones. No one can heal f- .
Some may forget you, .
From Jacksonville and Fernandina Beach 1 *' FACTS ABOUT PAPER Now that you are gone, "
But we will remember, TERMS : '

As Well As The SPEBSQSA Chorus Two out of five people believe No matter how long. f
the paper industry closes all its Mrs Clara Tiliakos, Nick, Anna e.
lands to the public whereas 1 John and grandchildren. ROBISON JEWELRY ; ,j"
ITi:: $1.00 STUDENTS 82% of the industry's lands are
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Page Four News-Leader, }'crnam nu fteach, Florida Thuwduy, May 0,_ tDG3 -Miss Joan-Weils Claude l Lewis }' : a &(tih&a t HlAPaiWtt of iM' tnitMt,
and r
[fMi' Mrs Courier Ciiebrafe 1r r ) ;_
Mrs. D. S. Safen 1tfe. Afco i in
to Wed In Yulee.Methodist( 3 r
: Church attendance were Mrs. Kterer'asisters
; Home Demonstration Club Stages Plans June SOih Wedding At Mrs. JliWred l, Fogey and
II Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wells of Mrs. .
The' I Deartng.Mrs.
engagement of Miss Sharon Yulee
Annual Dress Revue In Hilliard Jean Bradshaw, daughter of Mrs. of their announce the Mss Mary Bess enf, of ';Jacksonville I .
; daughter, Joan is visiting with her for a June Ramsey and Mrs.
Jewell Bradshaw of Jacksonville to Claude Sinclair (Jack : I few Pearl Jones returned recently
The Nassau!! : county Council of I secretary, Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum ,;and Leonard Bradshaw of Per- son of 3Ir. and 3Irs. B. days. S after attending the Southern &-11i

Demonstration met at the >f Fernandina Beach; treasurer'I nandina Beach, to James Edward of Milliard, Florida. j\ Wayne F. MeJwpkin and! his !i Pioneers Convention held May 3
: Hall) at 1 p.m. in Milliard Nfrs. Mary Hendricks of Boulougie : Ferrell, son of Mr. and :Mrs.. t Reception'J The bride-elect was ,( sisters, Mrs. L. E. Sandefinr and through 5 in Hollywood, Fla.
LIHome regular business meeting ; delegates' Mrs Cora Johnson: .i I Sirs. Lola M. Cook of Jacksonville .
dress revue. Mr. T. B. Well and Mrs. Mamie iT I spent last weekend in Quincy Mrs Mel I Burford and Mrs. Iva

Mra. Cora: Johnson of Roubugne Tones as alternate, i| J I visiting friends and relatives. Lee Huggins had as their guest-

_ 1 council president, openedthe In a lovely setting of spring i x"* 4t While there, they attended the last weekend, their parents, Mr.

". meeting and welcomed the lower, a dress revue followed 135th Anniversary celebration of and Mrs. L. H. Barber and brother -
members and guests lira. Eliza :vith club members and 4-tf 1 girls the annual homecoming of the Old
I Mr. and Mrs.'Eugene R. Barber -
beth Webb, sIlo of Bouldogne nodeling) dresses they had made Philadelphia Church, which is near
r pave the devotional, followed by lo be judged. Mrs Elizabeth t ThJ the community they were raised. and children, Greg and Ronda

the Lord's Prayer repeated in Webb, narrator, introduced each r Lynn, of Cedartown, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. D. 0 Oxley, Sr. I'
unfcon model and described the dresses. ,
visited their son, Dean, Jr. at LaGrange Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber of
Mrs. Petty Cook, Public HealthNurse ) Soft music was provided in the fait weekend.
College TaHahtsw visited lat weekend
gave: a brief description o< I 'ackeronnd by Miss Carol Bailey They attended the May Day activities with Mr. Barber's parents, Mr.
if Callahan Miss Gertrude Proc'or
t tI
a course to be offered, "MedVaJ! ',I and Honors Day Programat and Mrs. C. E. Booth. '
of Woodbine', Ga., Mrs. Agnes :
Self Help Training Course the the college, and were joined
Bailey of Callahan and Mr*. Verat'asle1 by Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Griffin, Mrs. Jewell Hulbert of Orlando,
first 14 days after a nuclear attack of Milliard .
were judges'or s. .4l Jr. and daughter, Deana, of Cov- J arrived Monday for an extended(
interested in the
Anyone the affair. Ga. I visit with )Ir, and Mrs. Shiell
which will be I .
course, sponsored by Models and winners are as follows ) Sheffield and Mr. and Mrs Dt-
the Home Demonstration Clubs, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Young and ..
: tSttt IJ t I wayne Crisp and daughter, Stace.
may obtain further information Adult Division: Mrs. Marie Y. E. Hall returned last week'
by contacting of the club
Welch of Boulougne, 1st place, from a 5-day trip to Philadelphia,
: members. The first series of class Smo&iy Says:
Mrs. Mamie Jones of Callahan, !'where they attended the annual
es'will be taught by Mrs. Cook.
r 2nd place, Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr. meeting of the National Fisheries
: Following the business meeting, Callahan, 3rd place, Mrs. Mary I l I f! ;n.i.f, ,:..>:.:.q'J'; '. 't", '" -.,.iJt" .i' ", : .. I' Institute. /.IF 1011 PIJ..NT ONE sur TREE OJL.V,
Johnson intrQbred.fiS3
Mrs. ,
"Helta Holstein, State Home Dem- Hendricks Mrs. Elizabeth Webb, Henry A. Ferrell, Havana, Floridais i One of the most outstapding r Harry D. Johnson, Mrs. Lula from Yulee High School Mr. and Mrs Jay Barrels were fl. ttUYE HAP A HAND
Flora Green.
Mrs. ,
n tration Agent, who congratulated announced this week by her 'social I affairs of the Spring, season I Mann and Mr. and Mrs Lester ''in Sarasota over the weekend.
Junior Girls: Glenda Mott of the anniversary Ioggins Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dor- Mr. Lewis was ; \
the clubs on the fine educational I parents. was golden wedding : While there they attended the annual -
exhibits and said'she Yulee, 1st place and Cathy John I The bride-elect, a 1959 graduate I reception honoring )lr. I man, Mts. Minnie Sharpe and Miss Milliard High School in 'I j!I i board meeting of the Florida

hoped they would continue in this son of Hilliard, 2nd place of Technical High School in and Mrs. Walter J. Courter, Sr., ;'Maude Seibert, all of Jacksonville; I is presently stationed in State Historical Society.
program of work. I Senior Girls: Joyce Goodbreadof Jacksonville, attended South-East. which was held at the Womdn's' and Mrs. W. L, Blizzard,and Miss I ington, D. C. with the ;

: \ Officers for the coming year Yulee, 1st place, Ann McCormick I era Bible College in Lakeland. Club on Jean La Fitte Boulevard Betty Luten, of Jacksonville } States Air Force. i| Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Crisp of .

1PGC-G4: were installed as follows: of Yulee, 2nd place: Cynthia I Mr. Ferrell was a member of on Sunday afternoon, April! 28th, i Beach. The wedding will be : Yulee and Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne POSTERITYS I I
Wells of Callahan 3rd I between the hours of three and of 28 mother"I Crisp and daughter Stacey, attended -
president, Mrs. Cora Johnson\ of place ((4- the I960 graduating class of Havana August at 8 p.m., :
II Club uniform), Jane Goodbreadof five o'clock. i < TRIOLET the Florida Folk Festival
Boftlougne; 1st vice president, I High School lie is presentlya I' Methodist Church. All !
last at the Stephen
1r.: Mamie Jones of Callahan; I Yi'lee. i iI junior at South-Eastern Bible Mr. and Mrs. George Whitesideof If I gave Rose a violet relatives of the couple are ,: Memorial in White Springs.Mrs. .
I son-in-law
2nd vice-president, Mrs J. B. I Skirts: SmdraBrauner. of Cal- College. Brewton, Alabama, Would Pansy be fenced? to attend the wedding

Newsome of Fernandina Beach; ;j'r lahan, 1st place, Teresa Brown of I Vows will be exchanged on June and daughter of the honorees, I Do think she would be.upset tion immediately following John J. Klarer recently I
Yulee, 2nd place, Barbara Cu/ k I were hosts. I you '
r i Ala.
I': 15 at 8 p.m. in Grace Trinity ''If I gave Rose a violet? rell Hall. returned from Birmingham, .
S of Hilliard, 3rd place, Mary Har- Mrs. Whiteside z wC.- a a.r.
Mrs. M. the 95th
i Church on Pearl Street in Jack and And would she end out amour 1 where she attended
:[ tell, Luwana ,Haddock, Mary Sue sonville. Friends and relatives of Pikula received the guests in R'I ette? 1I --------- -- -

"SEE C. B. Beale, Mary Jane Edens. the couple are invites to attend. foyer of the clubhouse, where a I If I gave Rose a violet? I

II I 4-H Club Aprons: Karen Peplowo handsdme arrangement of golden- Would Pansy be offended? :

'Pete' INGRAM"II I Fernandina Beach, 1st place: throated white orchids fashioned I Ilan Theatre
-I i I Loraine Clark of Hilliard, 2nd Engagement Told against gold leaves and greenery I 11 Friends of Mrs. Shiell :
place! Janis Libby' of Hilliard, 3rd in a beautiful gold container, will I
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Stevensof be glad to know she
FOR place, Linda Reese, Katherine Yulee announce the engagement adorned the credenza. I You should not give .a violet ing comfortably at home i Phone ?Gl-98a9 D. "'. Roberts, Msr.

1 J Real: Estate McCoullough, Martha Braddock, of their daughter, Elda The honoree, Mrs. Courter, was To Rose, however sweet; ing eye surgery at Saturday & Sunday-:Matinees\ At 2:30-0ne/ Show

Life Insurance Ora Jane Willis. Charlotte, to Duane Dennis Lov- lovely in a stunning model of | Nor ask to dance a minuet. pital last week ---- -----

I Retirement Income I Skirt and Blouse: Patricia Hig- ett, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. powder blue silk lace and taffeta j You should not give a violetTo j FRIDAY MONDAY
ginbotham, Callahan, 1st place, The ''lace bodice featured a low i, this so beautiful coquette.It Mrs. Fred R. Conner
Health & Accident I Delores Harrell ,of Callahan, 2nd neckline with a spray of the lace : would be indiscreet. a luncheon, sponsored by

Hospitalization i place, Lillie Faye Ray of Calla-I t' caught with a handsome clasp in I II You should not give a violetTo sonville Music Teachers FOUR BIG DAYS!

Major Medical han, 3rd place, Joan Jones, Mary I front. The street-length! skirt ofj I Rose, however sweet. tion, at the Timquana
Jane Gaskins, Kathy Tyson, Lila' S I taffeta was softly draped. With ,; Club in Jacksonville W MIRACLE OF THE"WAli'E
D'istbilitytonthly: Income I
Ann Flynn, and Sandra Barber. r this she wore' a dainty gold neck-1 Ill I
Friends of Don Heafner
1 Jane McDonald modeled a 4-H lace and matching rings, I I '
ear a
"L. L. BOHANNON i To give a Rose a violet sorry to near he has been STALLIONS"
Club blouse which won 1st pla'eand gift from Mr. Courter. A golden- Would be I ed
surely duplicity. to
Miss Carol Bailey, State 4-H. I I Humphreys /
throated white orchid
INSURANCE Club clothing ,winner, gave: an in- !, 'completed I]'I her outfit. corsage, I The gift you sorely Would regret.To pital for observation' for
Phone 2(51-5269( give to Rose a violet days.
teresting account of her recent Mrs. Whiteside chose for the ROBERT TAYLOR LILT PALMER
<< i I I I Your trusting Pansy would upset.
trip to Detroit.BEACHCOMBER. occasion, 'a pale blue silk chiffon Friends of Charles '
... .. % ( Therefore, we state implicity, ): CURT JURGENS
-r-- -- Itt I I afternoon dress poised ovej taffeta I To give a Rose a violet be pleased to know he
with flat bow the waist
a at Would surely be duplicity. nicely after undergoing
line and a modified bell shaped Herbert Luke gry at St. Vincent's They Had A Daring Plan And

skirt. 506, in Jacksonville.
I I I A white linen classic sheath, i The To Use It!
"Government should be like Courage
: : Friends of Mrs. John
: MOW 1 OPEN with gold eyelet embroidery form /
,. ing a diagonal detail from, neck- your stomach. If it's working be, glad to hear she is
right, you don't know you have fortably at home following TECHNICOLORCOMMERCIAL
SOUTH line to hem Mrs.
2015 FLETCHER was worn by
1 IPikufa. ... it" -- Frieda J. Monger, Duluth) surgery at Humphreys ?
B Cold Beer ft Boiled Shrimp orchid (Minn.) Publicity. Hospital 'Mrs. Stinson's -
________ i Purple corsages completed -
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9 Sandwiches I' es.The the outfits of both hostess J "_ .

I entire party room was tastefully
Lovett of Blackshear decorated with numerous
12 NOON TO 2 A.M.SMefJ's .
exquisite floral arrangements,
'I The bride-elect was graduated
1- 1'I from Fernandina Beach High ranging in color from deep bronzeto
--- -- School in 1958 and is presently i pale yellow. These were giftsof

I employed with the Florida National I admiring friends and relatives. ,
I Bank. Magnolia branches sprayed with

Swap Shop Mr. Lovett is a graduate of gold formed an harmonious background

I Blackshear: High School, class of for 'the enchanting set

511 'SOUTH 8th STREET 1957. He presently holds a position ting.A.
at Container Corporation. particularly beautiful arrangement -
NOW DEALER FOR The wedding will be an event of yellow rosebuds and

of July 28th at St. Michaels I Bells-of-Ireland, tied with a graceful

DOZIER) AND GAY PAINTS Church. I II the piano.bow of yellow satin, graced -

"BEST FOR TilE SOUTH" I Hospital I II The bride's table, which was I
placed in the center of the room, \
Latex or One-Kote White 1 The Hospital Auxiliary will !I was overlaid with an elegant I ( /

Flat Wall $3.15 gal. Enamel: $5.50 gal.Setnl.mo meet Tuesday, May 14, at 10 a,m. handmade lace cloth, brought I' PRINTING.\: ,

s High Gloss .. in the hospital dining room. from China by the Courters' son, ., '
Enamel $3.95 gal.I Enamel $5.00 gal.I ; All members are urged to at- W. J. Courter, Jr. of Norwich, I \ : ; ,

; !, tend. Connecticut. The lace cloth was' ..., \ f....
White and Colors used over gold taffeta, which'? was t :
: A man pays a luxury tax on gathered i into a deep. flounce $4 j fr"d I ; t ;' ; 1.t: : t 'ttt I t.
.. BrushesRollers Scrapers I his billfold, an income tax on the around the table and draped fcn Ii I, $ .. i I 1 ( : t f : ..' ". '

I stuff he puts into it, and a sales lone side with a huge bow of f: the( ; "' '' r _
EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR THAT PAINT JOB tax whenever he takes anything I i taffeta. Antique gold candelabra -
Y. A With Us & ,
j tout j I held lighted gold candles. Specialty ,.

I The beautiful three-tiered !wt-d. "' .
I I ding cake frosted in ; I.J
was sn wey
,1- Now Is The Time To :: o Yi
white and decorated with sprays .
: rijc $fllnce niooit I Remodel l or Repair I of gold-throated white orchids -!

I fashioned of the confection in a

cascade effect over the tiers.

/ Florida's Oldest and Most Historic 36 Strands of miniature pearls !jwereentwined 1 Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business
the orchids. The
: among I
t ...; l Fernandina Beach's Favorite Meeting Place II cake was surrounded by a double .
Months I
For The Finest In Beverages I ruffle of shirred white nets and Cords, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
v To Pay topped with a golden dome holding :.

Boiled Shrimp Ham On RyeBarbecue Fernandina Lumber Cutting the number cake "were 50". Mrs. J.' T. may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.,

Kosher Sandwiches & Supply Ferreira and Mrs. William Russell. !

South 3rd St. Phne 261-3641 The two punch tables were ,
I cated on either side of the 10.1 -

--- --- --- -- -- near thp lame French
--- ------ doors
I siding here were Mrs.: W. H. Sei- S If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

i bert, sister of Mrs. Courtef Mrs.

I Frank MacLaren, Mrs. Harry
i I Poole and Mrs. Paul Ewing. 0' our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

i Passing sandwiches were the -' ,

; Misses Ferreira.Sylvia Poole and Cevera -t-i. fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.Ourprlnferstakeprideintheirworkondyouarccssured. :4. .

j Hiss Kay Johnson of Miami : ":"' '. .-..,,.
kept the bride's .
book. She
was Of ., .. .
seated in the foyer at a gold colj i .
I ored table with matching chair. -
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4 : All of those who assisted in j "

serving and entertaining wore orchid ; :,

Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Drake Check-Up Let Us Check Your Wheel ; corsages.Mr. of a neat, clean and accurate job. :; ;
Will Hrinff Peak Perform- Now! Your Life May DeAlignment and Balance I and Mrs. Courter were : .

once Rick To Your \!o- pens On The Prompt Ac- You'll Drive More Safely! ;!'! married April 28th, 1913, in the _
tor. tion of Your Brakes. 'rectory of the Immaculate Conception h ) 1 I
I Church Jacksonville, "
of .
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I II with Father Maher, pastor, offi) PHONE \ .... 'O:, ",, "',_. ,I _
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COMPLETE ONE-STOP SERVICE FOR ALL MAKE ciating. 2613686or :' ;; "
CARSI I Their children are Mrs. George --r,7'; ... ,_ _,. ;, I
Whiteside of Brewton, Alabama, I
and W. J. Courter, Jr. of Norwich ma
Connecticut. have 261-3687 NEWS JI: i :
I STANDARD: Harrell's Auto Service seven grandchildren. : -

: Out-of-town attendingthe I
; j S
eelebration were Miss Kay T : i
I Johnson of Miami; Mr. and Mrs.B. .. < ,' -

2CW11T 8TH AND JASMINE STREETS --:- I T. McNally of Orlando; How : -

7- -- ".. ." ., .. r --' l ard Kelly of Chicago, Illinois; f"J1 _
I Ip Mr. Jack Mrs. -
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NOTICE OF TAX SALE I .., : News-Leader\ ; : Ftrnamllna 3 hitch: _Florida '_ ..ftmrsi&y) : } May. : 0,1963 ."_. ._. Be..n\. 'a.,

NotIce is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1963 at 12:00 noon at the I I:

City Hall will" Teroanduu be sold on Reach the following, County described o< Nassau.lard State to pay of Honda the amount, tax certificates due- FBHS Bond Sanders' and. Bean Careless Selling :;.

for taxes herein set opposite the toether1lh the costs of t .
camp such sale (Continued from Page One

and advertising 1 cost I ,r The Fernandina Beach High Winners In Mixed I Of Woods\ Fire ,. M-.
Amount I'
(,! School Band has a Concert sched-
Mock Lot Owner ana costs Ii l I tiled for Thursday, May 16th at 8..!
i 3 23 thru 25C G. W. Christopher! Tourney Brings Sentence
\\ ,in the local High School audi i
19 thru 2(5( p.m. .
Charles A. Hall &: Wife 2.08Charles a 'I
6 N''*: cf H thru 30 A. Hall & Wife 4i< y 4: tot3tim. There will be no advance I l lj i

t 7 &1 >thru of 7 13: tnrii It Ethel Taylor 1.751 J' i gale of tickets but the public is''; BYTwoBall WILLIE MATTSON I j The careless setting of woods
U. W. Peikins
t N '! of 10 thru 1) ''. George & Lizzie Christopher 6118'Christine 4.31 lnttited'to purchase tickets at the I i fire near the Terminal Bag Co. in
the Women's Golf Association
t N''. of 27 thiu 21. Sunday: 'of
Concert. A special} feature of the \ ulee brought a sentence a
N' d E 7f cf 30 in with the
: M. Clark .93 '( cooperation
9 S'. (4 1 t Lot :31 Charles F. Rogers 2927 program'will be selections by the Men's f Golf As ocation: held at $100 fine or 45 days for Ha.. ward
> '
10 9 Bennie Ellerson 1436 Fernandina Beach High School I David Ingram.
ItII: 1 & 34 L ... Mirth 122.48 Mixed Two-Ball tournament.
1J & 20 v+N J jwue A Stella Hadsock 1.83I' "Stage" Band. Many who attended i, Miss Sarah Sanders and "Red"Ilean I Ingram was pointed out .as. the
IS 13 thru 13 td' ';urge & Keba J. McMahon 1.87 the Band Supper recently hale !! plan carelessly settfftp the bent:
18 24" 25 Diana H & A. R. Clark Jr. 1.6 desire to hear this teamed together for a 40-
22! 14 & E 3 a' of 15 ) Kfcthent'3 II skins 2.32 iliennie expressed a : :311-73 handicap 12, net 61, i fire and he plead guilty to the of-
:26 U Ellersnn 1 17 4 i feioup again. I
26 13 .' ...n Laura Ellerson 4.49L Th Band has asked the News- Four teams posted net 70's. tense The charge was made by

31 r i'1 & 1. 3 thru& Lot 16, 2 *. w' f' Albert>>+n H Mirth Nagel 207 9 69 9.ANY Leader to express their gratitudeto Mrs. Ed. Beach and "Slim" Durham I Owen Mercer, pt ranger, after

::2 11 7 Flofrie Williams 1366 the people who contributed financially 41-10-83, handicap: 13; net information furnished by' witness-
22: S bO cf 11.., t. : Ernest: W. ,& Ann Lee Freeman 1.79 toward the transporta-l 70. Miss Lynda! Ulattson and Bob '
33 11
s .
H D. Roberts ( >U 15.93 ea.I
34 E 5V of l' '., Allan W. Cook & Wife 27.a:> N i lion expenses of the Band to Fort j i Gtdeon posted a 43-3G-79, handicap I

34 JA S'S':, of of W 3. 3/t -of, 49* *. Emily 1'lorrieVilliims Commodore (Est) p 3.11 as I Walton Beach, and especially the ; 9, net 70: Mr, and Mrs. Cecil :i, He is currently serving Ms. term

34 E':: of 7
37 38 S'of6b', cf 5 .. 1 \ Charles Cover 235: Commerce, without whose help !i 14, net 70, and Mr and Mr, Glyn j -- -- --

40 N', of. 4 K. C. Crisp L & Mary K. Champion 4367Walter 1.24 -41z the Band would not have been able i i I Waas had a 43-28-81, handicap 11, 'II

41 N': of 5 sr Arthur C. Markham 2.12 1 I to participate. 'I net 70.
41 S'', of 6 Arthur C & Flora C Markham 6273
48E' of 8 C. B. Ingram 4401 The Band also wishes to thank i I Eighteen) teams entered the JEST BUYS! i-

1/3 of 8 I. W. A. t J. M. Plnckley 4.14 the adults who served as ..chaper competition, and all admitted it
52 L1'!, 12 ,t" .t Vernon S. Simpson 24.10 I
54 1 & N t5' of 8 .' Carl D. & Velma 0. (lileo 2.09 ons on this trip: Mr. and Mrs. was a lot of fun. .

71 2 Simon Kirg 59.44 Harry Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I In the 1963 Handicap tourna-
71 5 : Joseph Simmons %.0'1 Arthur I
Mr. and Mrs.
73 4 : R. D Roberts (Est) Iii 3S ment of the FBWGA, quarterfinal -
75 S 2 5' nf S t i Jan.Jul, Inc 2.23 I iMarkham, Mrs Raymond Cough matches have been completed t

79 tO :3 E CO' of N 75' of 3f T.Joshua C Herring Dove 7431 449 I I BASEBALL WAS JUST AS POPULAR IN 1905 in_ Fernandina Beach as it is today, and the solo accompanist Mis.Guy Mrs. IL E. Williams nosed out 1962 CHEVY' CORYAIR

110 Nil' of 3 ,,r.. I. Willie W. & Rosa A. Williams 2 07 ; although the uniforms and the playing facilities: have changed somewhat. This groupof j Dudley Mrs. Dan Daugheity: one up on
j 80 S'j of 7
81 1 Orion Dianna J.Roberts Lawrence 1489 221 gay, young blades, shown relaxing at the. old ball park in the Southwest section of the eighteenth hole. "" Irs. Tom Avid Terns ? $1695

1a N s.I;* oIl of 4 .1.,,,y'.. Joseph Christine Simmons.Rogers. Jr. 223.60 the city, near the Amelia! .Rher were Ferjiandina/s finest. Front row, l left to, right, ISPEBSQSA AnnualContinued Lannon defeated Mrs. Andrew'! R. and II.

84, N 75' cf 8 KS W A. t Julia Pinckley 8047 Walter Courter, Prine I Palmer (mayor of Miami in the, 40's), Ed Hopkins, mgr., Jack Allan by the same margin, Mrs. '

125 84 .Sic 50'12 of 7: N 25' off 8 W.Mrs A John t Julia Cox Pinckley 8007 1.06 t Waas and Emile Rutishauser.. Standing 1 left to right, Fred Cook, Henry Ferreira, I'i ( From Page One) I 3-2 Bill Melton and Mrs.edged Edison Alr .Casey Glyn Waas beat 58 FORD CONVERTIBLE.

126 11 Francis P. Tocco 3725 Marion f Guy, Harold Mann and Bill Seiberl (who threw out first ball for Little League Haddock, Mercury Kavouklis, Rex ; ; A Good Buy $695
126 S'-, of 14 & 'Lnt 13 Irene S. Thompson 29.!97 The Mrs. Clinton Herring 32.
126 N'! of 14 & 15 Irene S. Thompson 31.87 Monday). Spectators, top left, were Marion Wilds, county commissioner, and Bill I Dudley and Russell Still. I has earr.td
m S':, of :3 t, Louise & Josephine Ehbley 307 Glad Tones are Fred Bond, Don Mrs Edison! Casey '
r Roux. The old photo was secured for the 'News-teader by Harry Johnson. _. 57 CHEVROLET'AGON
132 N'of 6 h"
James Durham 1 80 Heafner, Kex Dudley ana Dun I: the right to play in the finals by i
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135 S 42' of 1 i' Fairly f. St>ron 1.38 --
defeating Mrs. Bill Melton 3-2 in
137 Nil of .10. Vincent & Annette Williams 21-1) Himmelman. j i Newly Rebuilt $595
1:11: ?.& W G' of 8.!..J Frances L. & Stanley E. White Sr. NOTICE 19C2::01'PERSONAL UNPAID DELINQUENT TAXES Little Sorensen, E. J. Johnson and L. L Members of the SPEBSQSA ]I semi-finals. Mrs. Casey will play Engine, ...lw

IX: 11 & 12 <;' nosa Lee Ilrvant 1.36 TtNGIliLE PROPERTY: TAXES League Jtohannon, followed by the introduction Chorus ,are Richaid Adler, John I the winner of the WilliamsLanhon I

140 NIX of 2 .B*...A:: William B Kittrell & Wife 69.84\\ Ai approved by Chapter,, 20723 Acts of team managers' who Barniak, David Bowers, Dick I battle for the title WILLIS JEEP[ WAGON
141 4 of 1941. Notice is hereby that (Continued from
Josiah & Irrie Mixon Page ) presented certificates to their Evert El- Ii
112 S', of S Leo McCollough 12451 i tangible personal property taxes asses Crumpler, Rex Dudley, ,j 1WheelUrirc
i 143 N': cf 1 .-. _, Uo McCollough SI.fO : sed for 1962 are now delinquent, and The Cubs outhit the Hornets respective sponsors. The Little vin, J. P. Ewing, Ken Forehand, fVS
j 146 N': of 5 Tommie Lee & A. S Oliver .79! beginning with April 1st. such taxes 4.2 as' Steve Solomon struck out League Board of Directors and I Claude Haddock Tom C. Hall; Kiwanis Hear :
t-J N1, ff G Thomas Altertie Jr. .94 are drawing interest of 1 per cent I
147 S1.of 8 ...- Sarah Williams 22.01 '' per month plus the proportionate cost nine Hornets and walked 5 while I Ii Committee chairmen were intro- Howard Hanna, Don Heafner?I --- ---

147 148 8 S'j i of NH 8 of 'I' ...,':". Albertie Josiah Mixon Roberts 117.67 81.63 of amounts publishing set oppopsite this notice.each Unless name the below i his mound opponent, Steve Hendrix 1 duced, then the 1962 Champions, Mercury Kavouklis, Charles Nis- (Continued from Page One) .

149 S 36' of S I:, of 6 Buell M. Crisp 25.12 are paid before the 1st day of struck out four: and walked: The Stags, were introduced along sen, E. N, Roberts, Claude HueJ TRUCK : .
150 13 & S 25' of 14 &f'.15 Harvey L. & Myrtie L. Spivey 7383 t' June 19C3, warrants will be issued with the other teams in the lea.gue J her, Harry G, Taylor, S. A. Web Bureaus in the country, and cities :
153 7. 8 & 25 thru 23 & Mae'llooth 105.Jl thereon directing levy upon and seize two.Fletcher I 1958: FORD HALFTONPICK
C Edwin the Redbirds Pirates and
\ Shurley Mike A he Wm. F. Bond C. S. Bur all over the Nation are turning '
lit 15 & 16 'I Elbe ". Freeman 327 ure of the tangible personal property < ,
lit 17 thru 20 '' .. Amy Benjamin 23.38 of the taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penalties Jimmy Peacock and Max Hord Falcons. hardt, Dan Ellis, George Lawrence -I i to Jacksonville for guidance : UP $595
additional costs. The
and names
157 IX 21 11 a& 22 12 Mary Mary Morris Morgan 3 397.27 |; cf delinquent personal property tax. collected the .four Cub hits while Jack "Fireball" Woodward toss- Craig Duey, Russell Still, I I in the establishment of similar

157 19 & 20 r A Q f{ Clare & Hugie Johnson 45 70''II payers arrJ the amount of taxes, in- Terry Rowe and Hendrix got the ed out the first ball to get the John Puletti and Don iii m meI man. ],, bureaus. The, speaker suggested' -- --------- .. .
153 12 & 13 II V, burgess: 3271 eluding the cost follows cf advertising and two hits for the Hornets. 1963 season underway with L 'L. that Fernandina Beach should-
are as :
160 1 penalties
EibeS Freeman 22.34 I
1ft 94 10 'lY t\, Verdi Thomas 1081 lil'SINESS The game was preceded by "Bill Dickey" Bohannon being on ond. I I give some thought to the estab- STOP BY .

1(1 2 11 thru&<< 12US 4 J. C. & Willie S. Gatewood Merle He(Est teni)! 1854 132 : Alice's Name Ceramic Shop Amount 196 opening day ceremonies with Pete the receiving end. Mayor E. J, A walk,' an error and a single 1 lishment of such a Bureau, inasmuch !

166 7 & 13 Constance Elbe S. Freeman 14.36 i' Askin's Launary-Mat SI.75 Schuiling, president of the Senior "Home Run" Smith was the bat- by Steve Beville scored 2 runs as it is, a tourist attraction.. TillS WEEKEND AND; .
106 166 28 a&:9 Vermta WiUard W Edwards it Jessie L. Rowland 1 1.63 5R I 1 Bob Carter's Sunoco Service Station 2171 and Little league, makingsome ter Fishier with Hymie "Eagle With Eye" i for the Redbirds in the first and I He stated that his office recommends LOOK AT OUR flBWAND :

168 3 & 4 A Shirlev & I'.arbara: Ann Reed 2805 Booths Market 54.33 comments before turningthe serving as umpire. three more walks gave them an- ; to tourists that a_ trip +

10 3 & 4 lJ.J A John D & M L. Coleman 3.11. James Day and B.Night Britton Laundry 66.35 1.+6 mike over to Jim Clark, vice- all pregame ceremonies out of the other run in the second. The winning 'rto, Fernandina Beach and vicinity I II USED CARS ONT
179 11 & 12 Elijah W. & Eloise Flemming 1 76 ; the Falcons and Redbirdsgot t "
Ifl S', ff 7 David & Alice Turner 175 ': Down Town iutf Station 1742 president of the Little League. way, score came in the fifth when is "a must" on .their list of places : 1)ISPI.AY.Lasserre. .
1!%. Sub A & !10f2; Fernandia lieach Ocean Pier 2017 Clark introduced the umpires, the ball game underway..
W Hitchcock 1.96 Beryl Rice singled to score Barry to visit while in the area lie said, :
C & D of 2 i George ..
her 228 1
Fi '
Henry *
214 N 50' of S 72' ff C of 1 Edwin L. & R. L Brooks 1.22 ,, C. W. Howard 1.96 eam managers and team s The two teams battled until the "Conventions are big business"and I II
:14 N 50' of S 73'.of II\ of 7 Vernita Edwards 5216 ;1 Ilan Theatre 86.08I r representatives. Reverend John game was called because after Rice.Mike Pikula had the only two brings dollars into the community *
211 Sub C of 9: S 8' of, D. of 9 Joshua Dove; Sr. 4.14 ,I Henry Lannon 3.69 I ILurie's Jones of Memorial Methodist five innings of darkness ,with the I'
Ceramics 1.96 i hits for the Falcons while Beryl from elsewhere which is
215 S1, of D of 1 Samuel ft M. Rishard 31111 : \
215 N 50' of L' M' of I) of S Joseph F. Bruni. Jr. 3.11 Fletcher Marshall 2.83 Church gave the invocation 'and Redbirds winning, 43. Rice and Steve Beville had the i! most healthful for any commun Motor
215 S 14' of A cf 5 N 36' S. K. Merrow, Cult Distributor 2116 '
: i Mayor E. J. Smith gave a short
The Falcons scored in two the
of It of 5 Viola Barton 1.16 M. A. Moore 1.92 a run only hits by i, ity.
?15 Sub A of 10 Samuel Reshard 500 I Mjers Crocery: 970 talk to the Little League boys. }She first when Wesley Poole and 1 Score by innings: Club I I
i 216 Sub S 20' r.t D of 4. Belle Saddler 2.41,; Ocean View Motel 2204 Following the Little League Price Poole walked and Mike Pi Falcons 120 00 3 2 5 I Key guests were Chip CompanyS.
.216 Sub II of 5 ,. Daisy M.. Bailey: Rebecca Southern W. A. Pinckley 3.61 in the : Wood and Burgess Lewellen, who
all six teams
1.22 Charles Rogers, TV 20.85 Pledge by kula singled. Four walks and Pi- Redbirds .- 210 01 4 2 3 t .
211 CAn of 3 W. A. Pii *!1ey 8094 I Rowell's Repair Shop 5.40 1.96Shiell's league, Bill Siebert, outstanding ula's second' single accounted for I Pikula and Fox; Beryl Rice and 'I reported which on a recent District I I 8th St. Ph. 2Gl-3i9! !
213 A" II of 3 : W A. Pir kley 094 Swap Shop baseball player for the. Fernan- ... Meeting they attended. as
218 Sub F of 5'* Annie Coleman 1 :9n Shoe Hospital 4317Tan {two more Falcon runs in the see- Barry Rice. Key Club Delegates.
211 Let 10 C A. Tompkins a 19 Made Dress Shop 4.54 dina Club in 1900, threw out the -( _._-- _.
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.228 1 &.10_.. .. C A. Tompkins B 86 United Press International 11.76 first ball and .the ball game got J --- ---- -
2'\1 Sub II of 2 .. John Mlller' 1.54'i PERSONAL "
230 Sub D of 2 James H. Pratt 395 'I! W. A. Aldridge 3.93 under way.
230 Sub A of 'I I of..... t A. J. 'M. L Williams 3801 I i.eorge: 0 & Dorothy Allen 4.89 Score by innings:
230 cub A 01 a P"ul Lindrev 3465 1 Paul E. & Cora Bibb 5.91
231: Sub A of 1 Willie McGill 1.64 James E. & Hetty R. Bryant 729 Hornets 100 0 1 2 3 FYNE TEX
231 Sub n 6t1 nudolpb Williams :Sal) R. W. Bryce& Wife 19.64 Cubs 100 0-1 4 0
131ub! N :2' Il D of 9 Mrs. Robert nabh 1.711 W H. Iurbank: Jr. 729Juauta Hendrix and Burton Solomon
231 Sub C of 10 Mrs. Robert lIahh t 207 | H. Campbell 3.69I ;
211: n of I: 1\ 28' of A of 2 Joe O. b n. 1. Brown 164 !I I Daniel C. & Ruby J. Cannon 4.38 and Gass. F
232 S W 01 C of 2; D of 3 Alberta Patterson .. 4575 Charles W & Hetty Chaplin 8.80 *
tt C cf 3: N 4" of D of 4: I IH I Paul ti.! Corrm. Jr. 4.54 1
,.t 3: N H' flf A r.f 4 Alberta Rnhertl 172.U i im I Mary ll.; & (:.us Cosson 2.83 The 1903( Senior Baseball Lea- :
N 50' of S 13' of B of 4 Leon & Francis Goodman 51 M .I Jot.n T. & Virginia DeLeon 2.00 gue opened its season Monday afternoon BLEACH C.
11 Harriett M. Dell 1.60
245 5 k r A. Tomoltlng 1750
145 Sub C k n 01 !91 Uampton n. & Nancy Odom 616N6 :Marguerita S. Dobbins 762 at the City Ball Park I
1 ttrll S; 9 R. 10 ( C.. A. Tompkins 41.93 Lee & Shirley Draper 10.05 The impressive ceremonies got'
:50 P.+rt 01 4: NI, or. 3: I Ray W. & Ruby W. Duncan 1.63 I underway with the playing of the 1
Fraction Gf 'I Cudel1 I. LUlitb L. lurh3n: 6154 II. V. Ethridge 1.45
284 N't of a .... Joseph n. & Norma Rowe 4.31 Robert E. &: Jeanette C. Fmcannort National Anthem, after which ,
'til N'1 01 5 Wmt Margaret Morrow 986 I I 1038 ; the officials of the Senior League
269 3 Frl1t'st A. k L. M. Davies HI M. F. Fullviood! 10.38
2<<'1 19.Sf..; of 20 r. r.. haddock 1.93 James L. Cnffm: 3.69 were. introduced. Bill Miller is Quart
27"+ 19 thru 22 k 6 thru 9F9rt K. C & Katherine Haddock 2371 vice-president of the league '
01 fig Je1M Elizabeth Stilwtl1 706 H J. & Mary Hamilton 2.14 ,
2'19 8 & 'I f.mrntU C. Little t 115 Elizabeth & Hunt Harrell 23.04 which is under the direction of
:'IO 9 Herbert J.'&: fiennf'r n'als 1.8-1 James C. & Geraldine: Hourihane 5 05 Pete Schuilincr! president of the i
295 29 & 30 Charles Clinch 1.64 C W. & Emily Howard 1382 j LIMIT ONE WITH( $5.00 FOOD ORDER :
)' James H & Eva H. Humphries 1.63 I Senior 'and Little Leagues. _
AfL-VTIC III/IILANDS; John D &. Verne M. Johns 103: Miller introduced Mayor E. J, '
A S53'*' 01 1 : Juanita n. Campbell 1.69 I'ernard: '.. Johnson & Wile 781 'Smith and Commissioners Ben
Victor E. Jchnsorr 385 _
SAIlU: "ROTllfllJl.D -. ... ,' r William! Johnson 6.60 ...- > MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT

I U 1 & E I: of 2: N,4 01 Ea o f. (:eorg. app 761 Billy G. & Mary G. Joyce 3.511 "viam E. '- Mollie R. Royal 12.M' / ,
Mercury Kavouklis 6.94 Edna Y. & Bill E. Smith 2.83
AS KISS OCICACITY William E. Lee & Wife 14.85 Beatrice M. Strickland 4.20
21 4 1.1'1. Clara T White 659 I Clarence J. & llobbie: L. Lyle 3.511 Elwood J. & Margaret R. Swyers 6.09 .
2'1 4 i CeQre.: T. .Davis:,Lnnnie II. Pope 6,59 Joe Criss Mabe 420 : James ll. & Thelma Thompson 1.63
21 5 r \(;f r{ .T. 'P\1f:.roonlf 11. Pope 6.5s I Nelson & Patricia Mayo 266 Merrill M. & Helerr Tuidale 4 02 Coffee :

WEST PORT itntrn CASINO TRACT I W Harry D. D Morgan, Jr & Betty L. Montford 5.11 628 t J.Charles L. & B.Hazel& Marjene C Tyre M Turner IS 3.51 79 604 Atlantic Ave. 10 1 oz 99c

A W 75 of 25 thru 30 James D. & Ruth M. Gordon 18394 I Charles F & Hattie P. Morris 3.85 Rudolph Vinzant 317 i
J 5" 8 T. Davis 23.01
George Pauline V. & Joseph Parnsh 3,51 IeorgeV.. & Helen G. Walls161,
..4CON TFIlU\rE James 1 It & Mary R. Parsons 5.91 It. R. & Mildred E. Westerlund :334
IIi 4J Katherine (I. Peacock I
James C. &
N 50' of A of 11., Oscar Sortnsen 558 ..64 Harry Wood 11.25 20 POUNDS LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER \

DUCKS OE\CII NO. 1 William A. & Julia Pinckley 47.IT J. CLAYTON SANDERSTAX _
A. R. & Lamona C. Powel. 11.06 COLLECTOR ..........
6 Marguerite S. Dobbins 140.28 Loren H. & Cay W. Pratt 10.04 FERNANDINA ISEACII. FLORIDA "
14 Katherine Arruigton .. 7351 ,
36 L. A. & Joyce McKendree" 14367 FYNE TASTE INSTANT :
56 Marcia H. Cusumano 45,96BITES OLD TOWS ,
1 S'II of 6 Jeorge T. Davis 13S\ CHARCOAL
REACH NO. 2 5 10 & 12 thru 14 Floyd D. & Juamta G. Knight 154
1 1 & 81. of 2 Earnest B. & Clara G. mount 88.50 12 8 John Cook .1':
': 13 1 & 2 Silver Construction Co.
', 5007
RF.I'UT" ,
FFRRHRVS: : 4 14 3. 4 & S1: of 5, 6 thru
32 II.: B. Meade 30.63ciEORGU 9, 11 & 12 B. J.. Wilder; George: T. Davis 1023 Coffee 12oz., 79
18 1 & N>, of 5 Ceiles: T. Davis 21 1.2
t r.RSASIUS.BEACII. SO. 1 18 3, 4 & G Altimese & Henry Reed 362
2 G. N K. Corp- .68 21 All loU (less ROW) B. J. Wilder & Jeorge: T. Davis 8.31 89c IT,1
3&4 H. H. K. t.lrp. .83 31 I, 2, 3& N1of 5. S>j of 8 11 J. Wilder & lleorge: T. DavisIA:'
20 fr' H. H K. Corp. 68 34 3 & 4 B. J. Wilder & Ceorge T. Davis 2.40OCtLOTS
n: ;x '1. H. K. Corp. 68 LIMIT ONE $5.00 FOOD ORDER
31) ':. H. K. Corp. 68 --
43 U. H. K. Corp. tiS W 71'; cf 145' of S 136 -
45 (1.: H. K. Corp. .68 W 71' cf E 145' of mo @ I
110 W. L IGnson 4.<<0 6 I2ff cf N4 of 2 John L. &'Lois J. Reid 1130 3 Pounds -

\. 111 W. L. Il1nsoQ 5076 AULE.TERR.tCE NO. 1 Fyne Bake

GIORtf.rERS.SDlSA; DE.\CII X 0. a 3 Theodore F. & Blairdena B. Marsh

135 191 Catherine Paul E. Bibb U. Arrington 110 5884 5o 8 Paul E. &.Cora Bibb 44.51 45.20 100 FREE

218 245 Mrs. Annie R. Powers 95.95 OL'TLOTSltegin Crisco68c i I Shortening-
Dell 1.35 S. E. Cor. of 229. I :
at 2U
244, 246 1Iarrwtt M. Dell 304 ,
W 303'; N 30'; E 7V; N
lI.um's st'UOn'ISIOS 136V: E 150'; S 136'j; .
34 & SH of 22: Roy W. Howard E 76'; S 30 to POt Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 917 I '
33 & 33 \ A. Pinckley 2GO10 1573V. E 73 of S12 of 229SIDLFR : Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 500 "t" .w. s...

33' W. A. Rimes: Hughlet Carter 64.47 ESTATES 58e
53 & 33 Mrs. J. Beunett
Harry 142.83
111 Eula R. Reynolds 161 .
: 1I's.
.VWm \'IEW SUB .
16 .
McRae 49,58 7 14 thru 16: 17 thru 19 .
50 & 51 Kinsley. C. &.'Kathryn L-Haddock I 'lb_"
E of ROW C. E. & Edmee W. Layton 20.13.eorg I EXPIRES $-1.1 :
23373 21 ,15 &; 16 (. E. & Margaret W. Tyson .83 Limit One with $5.00 i \ r4! t E WITH
MARSHLANDSImmediately t 24 5 thru 8 Ceorge: E. & Margaret W. ,Tyson 111SOl'Tli Food Order I \ urFOOD
N. of mock 23 'r I 1 / OOM1 $ ORDERCHICKEN .
& 253 & Outlots 19 &: 26 & S. BEACH '- .
of Egans creek, also all of 1 11 W. D. Morgan 43.jg -
Marshlands N. of BUt! 250, 3 3 J. T.. Jr. & 1'ullie D. Holt 1962 .
to Lokey 3 4 thru 9 James T. Holt. Jr. X0,89UXPLATTED
Robert Downei
N. W comer of lot 91, Cucumbers 3Fori4c
& 39
Marcia H. Cusumano 53.98 Miramar. W of N line for 123 Breast Ib.
41 Frank R. & M. H. Cusumano 48c Thighs Ib.. 55e
91 : 2724 S 75'. E 125', N 75' to POU Frankie D. Poarch _. 4.54 .
Frankie D. Anderson Poarch
1U4 liegm S. W corner lot 41.
OAK GROVE PLACE Miramar. W 125' N S9tt'. Whole Legs, lb. 49c '
22 less N 5') E 125. S 59.45' to POB Camden Enterprises .
19 e
T C &: Nancy: Herring n 06

OAK 26 LAWN PARK NO. 4 IredOSteen. 1642 UNPLATTED AREA BEEF POT ROAST, Ib. -49c Corn 10 Fresh Ears 49C :

3 16 Described in OR 10. Pg. 213 Dark H. Button 23. 5
Ceorge Chancy ft Wife 29.26OCEAN
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33 R. L. Robinson 29716H. Hugh Phyliss J. Buchanaan 77.99 ,
3 4 L. t H E.Robinson 10.99 2 4 William Callus 57.3 Watermelons I 69c-

OCEAN 7 9 4 I, CITY 2 & NU SOUTH of :3 Orant Maurice W.&' Blum Jean Urmanec 14.37E 1.51 <,: 4 J. CLAYTON TAX COLLECTOR SANDERS PORK LOIN END ROAST, lb. 33c .

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P e Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday,. May 9, }9S3'1. .. .. 1
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TheGarden TRADE

Basket AND


Mulch seems a mighty good of beets solely for the purpose of: _
gardening word for May. Tht urnishing beet greens, but in his
piesent lack of rain has alread; pinion these greens are far -i'r-ij: ,
given us a taste of the samme ihead of spinach. The tomato crop j
time watering chore, and if thert :ot off to an extremely early I i
u anything more uninteresting Mart and there is careful search. Like A Place To Live?
than standing, hose in hand, ant ng each day to see if any of the Pretty new 1963 :

per .!lading water to sink in dry ruit is starting to turn. Amonghe :
puny< razed soil in the wantet younger crops are eggplant,
spots, we don't kncjw it. A gOO ucumber, pepper, and even hills :LAWNMOWER :
mule; around everything you an f cantaloupe (he raised some .

trying summer: to grow will or save carry an througlthe untolt rood enting ones the last worms year with by circum placing Sure We All Do i, But It Takes (ooperatlonBOY/

amount of work. First of all i i. shingles underneath the melons).
will lengthen the time betweer Ve've never tried to evaluate the ,
werings: for a good heav I conomy of it all, just the good
mulch is going to slow up tiu : :ating and fun of growing it.
drying out of the soil underneatl The lack of hibiscus in ouruf1mer Let's Get Together And Make Amelia ; WithIsland
it. A second reason is that it wil .
gardens creates a big
keep the soil around the plant. ,
cool. Then, there's the question o ap for many remember when the FINGERcepSTARTIN :

weeding. Get your bed free o. I rturdler varieties did not winterill As Pleasant As It's Name

wed, apply a thick mulch am I in our climate and were takenor [
you've created a condition to dis granted to furnish summer '.
courrge the most persistent weed olor. Each year the question of
There are the nematodes too; they juying them for use as annuals

don't like mulches. i brought up. Personally, we

I ,e any of the mulching mater hink it is quite.worthwhile if one May Is Clean-up Paint-up fix-up Month ,. $69:95I. :
-i.3 available in this area, bu an purchase them early in blo m. ,
put it on several inches thick ng size, for they are such easy ; 9
Ono writer of garden articles ad lants to care for during the hot .,: ,

v.5C3 over it adding to prevent a' sprinkle it being of scat soil, weather;on lasts and so late their into blooming the fall.sea-We Old Homestead Been Needing A Coat of Paint. Has That Once '. : : lESS BIG TRADE-JN

tced by the wind. One can't ol have been told that good plants .
course mulch! and expect it to last ire hard to find in this section because -
Picket Wall Turned : The
White Fence Notice How Customers .
fur )'eara. Its usual lifetime Is the cold weather extended or Gray :. -
about a year and then it shouldbe ,o far south last winter. The '

renewed. Not only does it become blooming season for our local Flock To That Remodeled Store Across The Street Won-
thin through decay, but one plants which are just putting up

wants:: clean conditions around shoots from the roots will be very der If Wouldn't At Your Place If It Locked Nicer You
plants to prevent spreading of late and blooms will be sparse.:: They Stop i
disuse and insects. The daylily season is here,

Friend husband is: getting a big which means it is time to keep an Can't Find A More Satisfying Investment That A lOc 1 Package of
kick from his home grown vegetables eye out for wanted varieties ,
those days. There never while they are in bloom. While Five PointsGrocery
was such Stluash as that picked August is the preferred time to Flower Seed Wouldn't Your Home Look Much Better If The Gar- ,
fresh and seasoned with his own move them, they may be movedat

preen onions and accompanied by practically any season and the Cans Had Around Them Ahead : &
his own new potatoes: and wecln't advantage of seeing: what one is bage A Screen Fence Go You've ,
hearing of getting outweighs lesser con-
remember ever ( any Hardware

another gardener planting a row siderations. Been Meaning To Clean Off That Empty Lot For A Long Time Now Phone 261-520))l

High .School Echoes. Anyway. Besides, The Rattlers Find That Tall Grass An Inviting : : AT FIVt I'OINTS

BY SHARON COUGH Place To Lurk. ql r.. .'j

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Hi! The Pirate Band made a cert for May 1C, so plan now to : : r ,
w '" attend. They are most appreciative l Thrifti-Cut
_ I r trip' to Fort Walton for the homecoming they received 't

l >." ,', Ba u:1dS Beach: Contest for t ate the following Tri-lii-Y held last its weekend.The regular. TAKE A GOOD LOOK AT YOUR HOMEBUSINESS' 18" Rotary MowerOR

business meeting Tuesday nightto
I' la I s t weekend. .
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introduce the slate of new 'of- -
., Once again they THEN GRAB YOUR
I r received straight ficers. They are, president, Sue : Only --i 1
\ superior ratings Selph; vice-president Judy Las-

I\, and also all the serre; and chaplain, Mary Cle- : WHEELBARROW HAMMER OR
.A I solos, except two land. The secretary and treasurerwill = $38.88 I
[received superior. be elected ,by the new mem- ; '"
I The band has bers which will be taken into the t, : .
worKcd hard to achieve their rat. club in the fall. The girls are having PAINTBRUSH! : I i
ings. They have planned a con- a car wash this Saturday at : with,
the Recreation Center from 9 a.m. ,-' .-" I operating I'I'I

until 5 p.m. Please give them .. ... trade I
"' '; '> -r. : 40(;> : .
your .support.The ) I" < '
PUBLIC NOTICE :- /:1' :: Nature Gave Us A Beautiful \ -
mighty Pirate Baseball .
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDANOTICE Team played Live Oak in a con- \ ," : Island We Want To Work r\\\ "

Homu NOTICE state: is hereby Road Department given that will the ference game for conferenc With You To Keep It That Way J I:
utter for sale and receive competitiveW4ed champs: and won with a score of "
bids for a State Drilling Lease 8 to 4. Ronnie Sapp pitched and
fur on, gas. sulphur, salt and/or j ", 1.0.151
brines, covering the interest of the the Pirates were powerful at the I
jaw: Florida Slate Road Departmentc plate blasting numerous hits. EU- THE JAYCEES r

the: the County following of Nassau described in the lands State in of gene Beckett hit a triple for the A rugged, low-priced mower with dependable ,
Florida, to-wit: longest blow of the game. The You know III UC'IO- Wall Paint ,' .,' ?
Ail or any part of the lands be. school is very proud of the team I .' 2ft h.p. Clinton engine with instanfcaction, recoil I
to the tide of Florida
1< ging
unueilying Highway numbered U. and for their hard work. :
Now New Do Ponl starter. Rugged steel deck; 'Adjustable
& 1, being Two a Hunared strip of land((200))approximately feet in The Student Council sponsored I 111

\\&utn and commencing at a point an assembly Monday afternoon. cutting height.
at the numbered intersection U. S.ot 1 said, anJ Highway tine Guest speaker was Father Whitey, 'I
temer line o! the channel or tnread Haugan Episcopal minister ofi lUB/IEHouse Paint L1
ot the M. Marj's Him, thence Jacksonville, who spoke on following t11\\ =
running Soutn a distance of approximately ',
Two ((2)) miles top a the group or just being' S rr/ r
&lU at uie intersection of aid yourself. He also sang a few ,
llignway numbered U. S. 1 and ; 1 I,41A :
Ute South boundary of Section For songs and played his guitar. Everyone |
ty.Nu.19)), Township Four (4)) seemed to enjoy his visit! You can now have the spectacular: benefits FIRESTONE BEACH SUPPLY :
Nortn East,, said Range tract Twenty-Four for Ute purposes(%4)) to our school very much. rl.f5.r. of "Lucite" for the exterior of your home, Ui :

herein described shall be said to See you next week!' too. New Du Pont "Lucite" House Paint is 'p' j
118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4182 ,
cuntain approximately FortyEightand _
incredibly durable to .
amazingly easy use.
ue-tenihs ((43 S) acres more t
t>r le&. qr 'I .I Dries in minutes to a rich, flat finish that { -;; ..
Jill ot any part of the lands belonging IMPORTANTVital ., !
to Cue State of Honda un- STATISTICS LUCITE resists chalking, cracking, dirt and fading.,1 o .era I I
denying Highway numbered S.121. statistics deal with the No messy solvents needed Clean brushes, ',-r,
being One a Hunared strip of (1UO(land approximately feet in width records of births, deaths, diseases House Pal n bands, spots with soap and water! %' ,_)"":;'
ana commencing at a point at the ,' and the. geographical 8 55' :
interaction of Highway! numbered distribution and physical environment --- ---"'" .12 beautiful colors .'!
i S. 1 and Highway number of maiilinJ. Many peo- WE HAVE
e.. S-121, at Bouiougne. Honda; ples, the ancient Hebrews and _and Intermits ...j GAL. :

U.ence approximately running: Soutn Four a(4)( distanceof milesto Romans for instance kept records 3f: : :. ANYTHING YOU NEED
a point at the intersection of of their population by ; ; .
said highway numbered iMi census. Births were being ;
AND THtl South boundary, of Sec. counted during the second cen- NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO: For
Hun Tnirty-Three (CU) Township A.D. and data regarding
t"mr (4) North, Range Tuentj of interest 1129 South 8th Street '
deaths became to Phone 261.3618
Three (23) East; said tract tor life ,. -
purposes herein described shall be' the public in the' Middle Ages. .. I' CLEAN UP FIX UP PAINT UP
said to l'O11..11approxlffiatel!} The first law requiring the reporting : ,
and (nc-icntns C.51acres ,
Forty-Eight t
of deaths passed in
more or less .
Said Florida Slate Road Depart. London in 1592. In 1693 the 1\\ MONTH \
ment has determined that the lease city of Breslau, Germany, compiled .
shall require royalty payments of oh'e-I vital statistics to show the ."

gas lily eighth produced cents ui land per from or long in value tom said for for lands sulphur oil and, I arms proportion and of to men estimate able to death bear jf r, COME IN I .

sail and or brines ,produced from said I rates. ,As early as 1632 the j Hr
lancw, and an annual rental of ten I Grand Assembly of Virginia required Pittsburg
ctuU per acre in advance for first I ministers or wardens '
)'ear 25c per acre for second year, U uPi! -' And
sue per acre for third year and $1.00per from every parish to provideeach : .
acre per year thereafter. Primary I year a register of christenings =
term of the lease: will be ten )ears. marriages, and burials. In Yes We Have -
Tne bidding shall be on the basis of the year of, 1815, there were Everything Look Over Our Huge Inventory of Sup
a cash: consideration for the lease, four cities in the United ,\
amount ol which cash cons dera.tli -
the 11 Hull include offer of rental for I States keeping death records. You Need plies. There Is A Wide of
the first )ear at the rate stated above. In 1842, Massachusetts passed i Vpriety
Copy of the lease form is availablefor the first modern registrationlaw. ..
inspection in the office of the I Be Sure To See Our ( .. Paints Garden and Lawn Tools Fer-
t.oriuu Stage Road Department, Room' ": ,
123 hrevard Mudding: Tallahassee, When the American Medical <
1 .t/nda Tne successful bidder will be Association was organized ,in ; .; tilizcrs l and Accessory Equippent.and .
required to pay all costs of advertisement -I Philadelphia in 1847, it appointed A
of this Notice. AU bids must be GARDEN TOOLS
accompanied by Certified or Cashiers' a committee to study ways .
Check for the full amount of the cash and means of improving the ... .
consideration offered as bid.Sealed I registration of births deaths and : '
bids may be filed in the office marriages. Physicians throughout YOUR BEST BUY ?
of the Honda State Road Department LAWN 1 SUPPLIES <
were urged by
Room 125. Brevard Builduig, country .
Tallahassee. Florida, in advance of tbe association to request their
the sale date hereinafter stated or states to establish officers for "
may be presented at the sale in advane I I' the collection of vital statistics. : --12PiiL r<< IS I ATt
of the opening of the bids. The ,
sealed bids will be opened and read are important-especially ,
June 11. 1963. at 300: P.M.: (E.S.T.) in public health-to :
In the Hoard Room? of the Florida show what conditions prevail UP P
State Road Department Holland Build. and to check on the results of [Fernandina Hardware : A
fag Road, Tall Department asses. Florida.reserve,Said the State rightto work done. The Bureau of Vi- t mm BROTH RS ,
Statistics'of the Florida
reject any and all bids tal .
BY ORDER of the Florida Slate State Board of Health is one 'f r .
Road Hoard. of the most active and impor- ATLANTIC AVENUE f p ; ATLANTIC AVENUE AND THIRDt !
John R Phillips, Chairman
tant units in our state healthorraniutioa.
Attest: Secretary F. K. Strickland ._ .__... f 4

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Sports Slants :. 3 a ;. Ronnie Sapp Hurls 3-Hitter, Barniak BowlerettesBY

\ .ilv CURT GORDON! 4:; : fr_ Stars As Pirates Cop Keystone.Crown SHIRLEY APRIL 16,JACKSON 1963 Total.

-I II | The Fernandina Beach Team W L I'inrf!
Live Oak
High scored 2 runs in the '
Baseball invaded Fernandina developing the 3n Hadden Lanes 89 31 6070G
among Softball School Pirates
defeated the Live first and
I 3 two in the second to
Beach with a real bang'when the circles and it should create Oak 'Setzers GO 51 60363
some Bulldogs for the take
I Keystone a lead in the That
Senior League had its opening fine for fans -_ '. game. was Hardee Bros. 60 CO 53163
games you to see Conference Baseball
all of the
t !t ,k A Mp.R a Champion. scoring for the losers.
day activities at the
City Ball during the coming season. The : ship Wednesday afternoon, 84. Singles Baileys 53 67 59313
by Benny Alvarez, Alan
Park Monday afternoon at five, ;! league is shaping up to be organ. __ :,. The loss was the second of the Cover, Tommy Jones and a double Waas Drugs 45 75 56541
then the action moved to the Lit. 'j ized the best it ever has been and season for the Bulldogs who had by John Barniak accounted for i I Beach Bar 44 76 5879q
tie League Park for its 'Li
openingthat the act Hi Team Game
as though Single
men they are 13 with
won three
just Pirate
.., ,. games one runs in the fifth. '\
night. Both leagues openedin ready to give the fans some fine i before the title Hadden Lanes 62T(
| fine fashion with impressiveprogame 1 softball action. We will keep you game. j 1 Two walks and a single by Setzers 58(1(
ceremonies. So, for the .posted on the developments. > Ronnie Sapp, ace righthander Jones accounted for another Pirate Baileys 577
pext three months we will have # # ..'.' ., I for the Fernandina Pirates, was run in the sixth. Hi Team 3 Games
plenty of good old baseball for I Even though the Little League : 1 j' .: -\h on the mound, and allowed the : A single by Steve Thomas, a < Hadden Lanes 1691
i all ages here in Fernandina Beach. season is just a few days old, tfrkq. '$ "fl F.wt i Live Oak sluggers only five hits walk to Charles Corbett and a''''Setzers 1G2G
I x in picking up the title victory. .: triple by Steve Beckett accounted ,
some good plays have already .. ., I Baileys 156(
All planned ceremonies and I been made. Billy Stewart made a <- 'h- Steve Beckett was safe on an for the final two Pirate runs in Hi. Ind. Single Game
opening, day affairs can't go off fine play for the Hornets at his W error,' Benny Alvarez walked and the seventh. I Eleanor Flint 209
to prefection and this time the 'third base position along with Alan Cover singled, to account John Barniak was the leading Gloria Hadden 20Q
Little League Officials had to Clint Rich of the Jets and Stuart I for the first two Fernandinaruns. Pirate hitter with three hits while Ruth Williamson 193:
j suffer after seeing the Senior I Pikula of the Senators. Plays I '. Steve Thomas, Tommy Jones, and Hi. Ind. 3 Games
League open without any hitches. I made by these youngsters robbed I 1! Alan Cover collected two hits Eleanor Flint 541
The first thing to happen at the.: batters of base hits, apiece and Steve Beckett and '. Patsy Cottle 50$
Little League opening was to find # Tennis Classes Benny Alvarez had 1
# hit.
I I AWARD WINNERS the Bew" j one Velma Hodge 489
City League ling held
field unlined. Banquet, Saturday night, May '
the The second was : Did you hear about the fighter Score by innings: This ends Women's Winter
the.absence of bases and the final I who was so far behind in points 4, at the K. A. C. Hall in Ten Acres, are pictured above. From left to right, Kleber Slated To Fdna. -2000312-8114 League. Our first our meeting for '63y;

thing was power failure at the that he had to knock his opponent Skidmore, recipient of a trophy for the high game with handicap, 265; Cecil Hodge, Begin Live Oak 220 000 0 4 4 5 04 season will be Sept. 3rd at
i end of the fourth .inning to halt out to get a draw? winner of an award for the high average with a handicap, 194; and an additional award Sapp and Cover; Frier, Croft Hadden Lanes. Anyone interestedbe
the ball game and send a big |I: # for being a member of the winning team in the city league; Orville Saunders, awarded I Saturday May 11 1 1 and Taylor. sure to attend.
crowd home just as two teams Potts Fish Camp reports fine trophy for being member of the winning team and an additional trophy for being I --------- -- ---- --. -- ----

I }Were battling their hearts out to ; fishing again this week with Bob the team sponsor of the 1st place team; Stanley Bohannon, awarded trophy for high Registrations are still being accepted -

break can't a 1-1 make tie. Some nickel days you I Massey and Gene McCall catching average scratch, 183 and Joe Suriano, ,Dinner of a trophy forbeing member of winning for the tennis classes start DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST
just a 24 mixed bream. Ronnie Kostoff
# caught 2 two-pound black bass team. Carl Green and Johnny Williamson, award winners for participation on the ing Saturday, flay 11.. The 12 EN AN
winning team unable to attend the through 17 age will meet
were group
banquet. Suriano and Tom Tilman were emcees
The Senior League, under the Bill Ball, Carl Edwards and Joe
of Bill Miller had I Davis caught 05 mixed bream. for the evening. After the banquet and awarding of trophies, dancing was enjoyed.he I from 9:30: to 10:30 A.M., and the k.. Ci'
direction a fine : .. .. .. adult class will meet from 10:30- AU TO'. ;\.,
pre-game ceremony for the fans Kalph hostoir oroujrnt in z three- '," : ..,
11:30 A.M. at the local public : "
Monday afternoon. Following the pound black bass. Clifford Evan expects fishing to get better. I tennis o ,'', ; .: ;.\ itS> ., :r'
introduction of the team sponsors t i i.and Bobby Roland caught 35 He says early morning i is: the best I Rotary Jets WinSenators Rifle Club MembersTo courts. \ .5..5 w "
i and managers, the first ball was mixed bream and one three-pound time for fishing and he is open j I All those interested are urged : ,PFRONT: (
tossed out by "Fireball" Jack catfish. Herb Potts and Jim at five o'clock a.m. for you fishermen I to register, immediately as a minimum ( CHECK"SPECIAL"
Woodward with his catcher "Bill ; Swearingen caught 59 mixed and staves open until*seven- Over See Color Movie; number of registrants is required -
Dickey" Bohannon behind the : bream including large blue gills. thirty p.m. Nexr month he will in order to conduct these

plate. Slugger E. J. Smith attempted -,t Ralph and Martha Hall caught 20 open at four in the morning and In First OutingBY At Friday Meeting p classes. OILY $6.50QUALITY
to hit, but umpire "Eagle : large redbreast and two one- remember, he has plenty of live :F The course consists of six lessons

.ye" Fishier called him out :and I l I pound catfish. Fishing is really bait available. and there will be a small fee For Alignmentand
the game was turned'over to the fine out at Potts, so you fishermen t? 5, iJ CURT GORDON The Fernandina Rifle'and Pistol for the course. /
better out and .P,9 te.s.. Fish Camp failed to The Rotary Jets defeated the Club will meet Friday night, May i $3.00 To
boys get. try your ; Kenneth Stewart, of Jackson-
catches this week, but Kiwanis Senators in the second ;; 10th, at 8 p.m. in the Conference :
& have
luck. any :
ville will be
the instructor. He is Balance
I Front
The Fernandina High School ] ok ?ood'weather should. remedy that 'game of the young Little League I Room of .Container Corp. I connected with of national
season by a score of 5-2, which A color film,. "Gunning the Fl '- one Wheels
Band left the State High School i I Skipper's Fish Camp at Nas soon. and ..
also marked the second well play 'i ways", will be shown and new sporting goods companies

pand Meet held in .Fort Walton sauville reports some fine catches -l
I for number of ,
last week with superior ratings-;I with II. L. Dixon and Mr.. and Ricky Jones, KAC Redleg sec- ed game of the season for the I target frames will bev given to nected was with a the Jacksonville years Recreation con Free Brake Adjustment .

I everything. This isn't particular.1.I Mrs. Roger Stockton of Madison, ndbaseman, blasted the first boys.The those members who have paid Department as the tennis With This Ills
}jly surprising to us as we expected Tenn. having a fine catch of trout, home run of the Little League Senators took a 1-0 lead 'their dues for the use of the new Special.
superior rating before they left. I with the largest weighing six reason Tuesday night when the with a tally in the opening inning ly completed rifle and pistol range pro.For i
defeated the Braves, 106. when Windle Higginbotham walk. I at the airport. Twenty-one firing further information and : J I
Jonathan Hill and 'his Band are: : pounds, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rut Uedlegs I '
like the New York Yankees in ledge brought in 8, Mr. and Mrs. ft '* I ed, went to second on a wild pitch, positions are now. ready for 50 I II registration, contact the Recreation '\'E ALSO HAVE

baseball always winning. Congratulations I Rivenbark of Waycross caught DonHeafner, official score-j went to third on a passed ball and I and 100 yard ranges and it is I_ Department or telephone m 1
\ again to all of you! 10 trout and Mayhew Scott and keeper for the Little League, is I> scored when Stuart Pikula was hoped that the club will soon be bl-o61.Canadian
_ ir I his wife caught a nice catch of missing the first few games of : safe on an error. I able to construct a Skeet Range.All .

KAC and the Box Plant com- young drum, sheephead and yellow 'he season because of being confined | The Jets took the lead thoughin shooters, gun collectors and Golf Pro j I"
tined 'their Softball talent last j tails. Mrs. Skipper says she knows to the local hospital. Wei i the third frame when they i; gun enthusiasts are invited to at- Eagles Long o8
Sunday afternoon to hand the I they were good fish because they hope he will soon be up and going banged out four hits along with I tend. i
Young's, Crab Plant team a double cooked Scott's catch on the river- at .full speed again. three Senator errors to accountfor At Local LinksErrol
loss: at the local ,park. The bank. Sheryl Jones is :still the four runs. Eddie Justice walk- i er got ,the four Pirate hits. I
core were 7-4 and 7-2 with John i leader in the Dram Contest with u'20pounder led, Pete Peters singled, Clint 1 M I Score by innings: Nicholson, golf pro from >i GOODYER TIRES
Smith and Holton tossing the I! and she could win the MORE SPORTS i! Rich was safe on an, error, Billy I j I Pirates 001 000 0 1 4 4 i the Green Gables Golf Club in ;, AT SPECIAL PRICES
victories for KAC-Box team. Gene ,i prize. Mrs. Skipper wants to inform Burbank singled, John Cover was Stags -, 001 041 x 6 10 3' Prince Edward Island National I
Powers,. Ace Crab pitcher, absorb you fishermen thatrhe has ON PAGE 9' safe on fielder's choice, Gary Starratt and Fullwood; Miller Park{, Canada, scored a sensational 1
ed one loss while Carl Jones was plenty of dead bait avail be! ,''Jm'd i Lovequist singled, Mike Jones I I and Conner. eagle on the tough 8th hole of
the losing pitcher in the other expects live bait in soon. ". iI walked before Paul Schrantz tossed I the local links Monday. Lasserre Motor Co.
game. # -* I to Ladd Gordon to end the in- FACTS ABOUT PAPER Nicholson hit the green with a
$ y -Nom; Bud Holt reports from the Pier, Trade-At-Homa- -ntng. Annual'freight bill paid by the 3-wood on his second shot and
We are sensing 'a real rivalry that trout are._ 1 Biting good"' nd The Jets added 'another run 'on :1)\.Up\ 'ami p fi r lliuQstry':dmOuiitij dropped"arK-fuofimtt.t The'1rtJtCt -620-South-8th-Street Phone '261-5819 ,
to' over '$1,000,000,000. :measures 549 I
: two hits in the fifth. Gary Know : yards.
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lIes singled, Lovequist was safe ---- --.
on an error and Peters smashed:
FERNANDINA BEACH 4 : out his second single of the game. !
i! The Senators scored their final I II

I run in the fifth when Ladd Gordon -: BIG FISHING CONTEST.NASSAU

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" i singled, Paul Schrantz sing. I
led, Higginbotham singled to load .
the bases then ,
| Lovequist balked I II
I to force Gordon in with the second I
for the Senators. } COUNTY FRESH
.. run I WATER
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men The Senators threatened in the \
bottom half of the sixth inning I CONTEST L
when King was: hit by a pitched -
George's FLORIDA'SFIRST Suburban ball Gordon walked, Schrantz Sponsored By -

walked, but Higginbotham lined a .

Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Propane Gas Co. I smash doubled to off short third to and end King the game.was I II The Northeast FloridaSPORTSMEN'S -

I EXCELLENT SERVING ALL : Pete Peters was the leading hitter .
I! for the Jets with
two singles
Machine Work LP GAS AND while Billy Burbank, Gary Know I CLUB
LINKSTIDES GAS APPLIANCES les and Gary Lovequist hit safely ; 4
Welding, BrazingMarine : : for the winners. I .
Repairs 7 South 7th St. Paul Schrantz led the Senators ;

Phone 261.3661 with two hits while Ladd Gordon'
Special Service To and Windle Higginbotham collected VALUABLE PRIZES'WILL
Shrimp Trawlers the other two Senator hits.I I
All Work Guaranteed T. H. KING : Gary Lovequist did the pitching I

Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I for the Jets and allowed the !
Monday Thru Saturday at JETTIESAdd PHOTO SHOP Senators four hits, striking out; BE AWARDED FOR THE LARGEST

Phone Day 261-3711 30 Minutes For Roll Processing I four and walking five. Mark Morris ."
Night 261-5338 Developing & Printing I was his mound opponent and
Fernandina Harbor Kodak Film he allowed five hits, walked four '

HIGH LOW Photo Supplies ,I and struck out six. .BLACK BASS And PAN FISH"
Score by innings:
BE WISE. Movie-Colored & Regular I
Jets004 010-5 5 1
Friday, May 10 Weddings 'Senators 100 010.- 4 6 EACH MONTH MAY JUNE JULY AND '/'1
"Porceltrinize"LAST 9:01: 'a.m. 3:2: ;} a.m. Portraits by Appointment Only I Loxvequist and Burbank; Morris AUGUSTsIO.OO
9:23: p.m. 3:18 p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St. I and McDonald. .

S OR TIMES 1 Saturday); 'May 11 Phone 261-4586 i For Bass $5.0 For Pan Fish
i LONGER THAN 9:3G: a.m. 4:03: a.m. Stags Top Pirates


10:36: p.m. 4:31: p.m.
Electrical ,
St. Ph. 2G1381DGoing .Monday, May 13
8th BY CURT ,
Contractor :
10:57: a.m.: 5:25: a.m. The Stags, 1962 Babe Ruth GRAND PRIZESGRAND I
11:21: p.m.. 5:16: p.m. 21.HOUR SERVICE Champions, picked up their winning .
? .
Phones Tuesday afternoon
ways by ..
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May 261.5194 or 261. 39 defeating.the Pirates, 6-1, as Billy PRIZES WILL .
Visit Us For 11:41 a.m. 6:13 a.m. Miller tossed a four-hitter for AWARDED IN SEPTEMBER FOR EACH

Line 5:08: p.m. Porter & LovequistGeneral the winners.
Complete Of ; The Pirates: scored 'first in the SPECIES ::
Fishing Tackle Wednesday, May 15 'Contractors third when Bobby Stover singled

t Rods a Reels 12:13 a.m. 7:12 a.m. SPECIALTIES and\ Butch Williams doubled, but

Outdoor Camping 12:45: p.m. 7:12: p.m. PLASTIC WOODWORKING) SURFACING I day that for was the all losers.of the scoring for the BLACK BASS PAN FISH CAT FISH : .

EquipmentFIRESTONE Thursday, May 16 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS The Stags scored their first

1:11 a.m. 8:06: a.m. KITCHEN AND BATH I. run in the third to tie the ball ,

1:50: p.m. 8:20: p.m. REMODELINGComplete game without getting a hit, then ENTRY BLANKS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT ;
BEACH SUPPLY Showroom scored runs in the fifth on two ;
rdes Courtesy For Color Coordination i errors and singles by Ted Anderson ; .
112 Atlantic Are 261.4482 Coast Jt 'Geodetic Survey and Billy Miller. Robert .
Phone 261-3068 1 !'Johnson, Mike Conner and Anderson Woodside Service In Callahan' ,

singled to give the Stags z '
I their final run in the sixth. .
FUN I IN THE SUN t John Allen, with a single and Yulee Fish Camp On Boggy Creek ..
triple, led the Stag 10-hit attack .
with Ted Anderson and Mike Con ,
AT FERNANDINA BEACH ( ner getting two singles apiece. Hilliard To Be Announced Later'

FISHING BOATING '4-" Hank Bailey, Billy Miller, Wayne
Combs and Robert Johnson
came '

> 'I ... GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LI\'IN' [ through Bubba with Williams the other, Larry Stag Gilileo hits., FURTHER INFORMATION WILL BE PUBLISHED WEEKLY *',* '

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e" Fern ndn:1[ Beach Florida May 9 1963 1 & ...6 :: .
Ieader Thursday f
Pnge' Eight : 1{'X -t"N".0. '-" '" -4

I At The Churches ':' FIRST Rev E.ASSEMBLY A-Lewis I Pastor OF GOD :, I sSAyF ,'fi

10:00 a.m. _:__ Sunday School : I \
11:00 __ Worst Service i
a.m. :?
6:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services : '
J, W. '(Keen, Pastor I Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor i, 7:30 pjn. Evangelistic Service I
Thursday mid week service :
8:43: a.m. ._.... Sunday School} I Sunday Musi; 2nd, 4th /
11::00 a.m..f.. Morning Worship Sunday _7:30 a.m. I'I| 7:30 pmT : ; '.

6:30; p.m. ......_.... Training Union ,i Sunday Mass __ 1st, 3rd !I I i ; itT.1BEltSACLE I
',;i20 P.m __.. Evening WorshipVednesday 5th Sunday, 11:30 a.m. BAPTIST t I FEATURING PRODUCTS FROM._ Florida & THE SOUTH qr
', prayer service, 7a(P Monday, Young People 7 p.m. i CHURCH '

p.m. Daily .. ....._......., 8 a.m. 'I| Amelia Road Phone 281-31ST ,.
& Saturday; ?___ Convent Chapel Rev. Lord Chambers, Pastor \ '1
"TINE GROVE BAPTIST 530* ; Communion in Convent Sunday School ..._..__ 10 a.m. j ji ( W-D BROAD BREASTED GR..A" QUICK FROZEN
CHURCH 6:30 P\I. Young People' i i Morning Worship ._......_ 11 a.m. ; 4

: RJT.! A. Z) Knight, Pastor Meeting. Evening Worship L 7pm.1 I

Sunday School ........._ 9:45 a.m. 6FEUNANIHNA *, I, Wednesday Service _._ 7 p.m.CHURCH : I
MornTnE Worship: ...-....._' 11 a.m I HEACH CHURCH I, tAJ.. afY.., aA roo, I I \'URKEY5

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Training Union 7::00 p.m. I, OF CHRIST OK rOD OF I "
Evening Worship .....__.. 8:00: p.m. j Hubert Gibson, .Minister I| PROPHECY: .. ;' :,: ,

Wed,;; Nilht Prayer I Bible Study __ 1000 A.DL I, Rev. II. C. Drury, Pastor r {::{, ,: ALL SIZES
--Meeting ._....__. 8 p.m. 'I I Worship Service iliac: A.>t!. 10:00 a.m. ...:.-. Sunday School s. '" I
Wednesday: Evening Service _._ 7 p.m. 11:00 a.m. _...._ Morning Service :.1 .: 5 to 20 Ibs.I Iw
745 ........ ............. Prater Mating \Vedneaday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. 7:30 Evangelistic Service '3" !
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NORTH( uth STREET i j 7:20 pm. Wednesday V.L.B. Young U, S, D. 0 0 v ST oa 5

I BAITIST CHURCH People '?"..j..(.;,' .. ..!V.'';'w--'';' I
END I'er. Ran llum P hreSs, Pastor aj "'.ft.l QUANTITY RIGHTS
I D:45 ._..... ,. Sunday Schooli &? i'i'fv' iw;:J; RESERVED
a.m. -
i uw &.m. Morning Worship ': Rev. ,1. T. Dunnam Pastor j Jf;; J it. MAY l
Ii llth .,
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7:00 ,
p.m. Sermon -A.M. =: "The '
8.00 p.m. Evening Worship '' of a Godly Mother"; .f' jf{ "
7:30 pm/_ Mid-Week Services : P.M. "IHghpoint. df the Con 1\.: ,.#ft..:. : : I
WednesdayCHURCH vention." ."":-.. ', ..,.v.'It r .".. to i"t".1", .< .J."t.. _?". .... t t-j., ." "k.'C-..t ;, : .. .. : I
---- I u I Worship Services: 8:30:: A.M : '.I-l ::'.:' FROM. TH0 41ASViLE, GA. BOB WHITE SLICED 1

OP C.OIJ I ".''''' ...11.00 A.M, '' ;' '
Cur. 4ih and Cedar Sts. I' 800; P.M. \ W-D RAND BEEF SALE Bacon 2 1B BOX 791 'aa ;
Kt v. L. .Martin Johnson, Pastor I Sunday School 9:45: A.51 ,.

Phone 261-.IS07 Training Union _u_ ..6:4j P.!!. : _., FROM THOMASVILLE, GA. ,
10.00 .m. Sunday School Prayet Service ______ \Vednesday e sNN:791 ,
11:00 a.m..r... Morning ServiceI 7:30 P.Si :
P E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. FULL 'CUT BONELESS ROUND :

.,. ... Evening Service
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l 1 Prajer meeting Wednesday 7:30,p.m.- I Rev. John'CHUKCII Dozier, .Pastor tea k 881 e' ::::Z, : A

'* !' Worship Services; .11:00 A. M.: FROM FLORIDA SAVE 3J4 EA. ,

BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH I Sunday School __.. 9:45: A.M.
I I 429!) South 6th Street Youth Meetings I ,______ (fcOO: P.M. SIRLOIN Tomatoes 303 CAN 9"
I O'%t'i1. Pastor
Kef. John '
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Sunday Services: I ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN' OCALA, FLA. SAVE 313 EAf lIS3Y'S ((32-oJ)

f with 10:00 11.00 A..M.A.M. .__ Morning Sunday Worshi School. CHURCH 5 88FROM D k6 $1
new t lb. fin CANS
'" AFI ER,h G:30 ...m. _._._._.._ B.T.U I, Amelia City AU Near Intersection e a5 'RUIT .
P Service
7.00 P.5 l. Men's Prayer .
; A. F. Gerbhardt, Pastor FROM TAMPA, FLA. SAVE 52h EA LYKES
ARTIN G 7:30 Tuesday: p.m.: Evening Worship 5:00: a.m. Morning\ Service EXTRA LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT ,I.t.r. s

I '' Visitation 9:00 a.ra. Sunday School Luncheon MEAT .Utt-oz. 1.
.. 7:00 p.m. __ ,i
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( y Ia i '* '* I ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL R'b' 3' 9' FROM RLA NDO. FLAP SAVE 6( "
ST. PETER CLAI'Elt'SC11URC11 5 lb. ::
CHURCHThe ; J Lso19
-- i Ellisor, ;
Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 6th I Rev. James D. Rectcr .... o-
= Sunday 7:30 a.m.Sunday : 7:36 A.M. Holy communion CHUCK"
2nd, 4th 10:00 A.M. Choral Eucharist .
PICKS UP CLIPPINGS, Sundav _,.._ 11:30 a.m. t 11:15 A.M. Church School s
LEAVES & DEBRIS I 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young

Takes the hardest work out of I "Vacation: A trip that puts ChurchmenThis R o a st Ib.Ib. 4 9 : 4-ROLLS .
mowing! Vacuum sweeps your you in the pink and leaves you in ( is the schedule of every .
lawn as it mows. Bag clampson the red." I Sunday with the exception of the FROM TENNESSEE CHOC, YELOW, WHITE
,off easily;opening expands --. -.-- last Sunday of the month) *8
weight for easy highest dumping.powered. Lightest; I LAST SUNDAY OF' TIlE EXTRA I.EANFRESH GROUND Ccde: Mixes Jl FOR $1. ,

easiest handling, and easiest I TROUBLE MONTH -
starting.. '7:30 A.M. Holy Communion ;fROM.ARKANSAS DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN
t l GETTING 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer B 15 $189

\ 11:15 ancj A3I:Sermon:'*. .'CKvich;School" e" 'e. .pkg. Fancy t R.ce.. 3LBPKG. 3! 51 I

w''' I, 5:00 .P)1.; ""Episcopal) "Youn r YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 with food order: MIRACLE ,,WHIP ..; DIXIE DARLING

INSURANCE? !' Churchmen*, ,, 1 t,1 ,1{I1 1 i / I li I I IT.Mf'S Salad Dr ssing QT. d 391 QT. 191.Ii
I Nted SR-22 Filing tn I'
i,' Insurance Ask ,
your agent to send your Jones,
John L.
application io us if you've 'v ant
CONVERTS IN A JIFFY I been cancelled or rejected. : a.m. Su day School! 1 +i f Iff f r' llrit j J, ffl i
FOR SIDE DISCHARGESnap ..We can insure almost UOO.a.m.. Morning Worship l { n.r.f
t anyone at fair rates reqardlest I :15: p.m. MYF Supper & Pro .ri 50 Free ZC Green Stamps 50 Free 2.Green StampsWITH
Snap on converter plate and ord. Fire, theft, compre I j grams WITH COUPON AT YOUR -
clippings are discharged onto keas've and collision also 7:30 p.m. _._ Evening Worship NEAREST FRIENDLY( WINN DIXIE FIVE 10-oz. PKG FROZEN Two FROZEN ORIGINAL t
the lawn. No tOQ1.'be ,.lle; i available Premiums maybe I ___________ si. Astor Green Peas I Crispy Pizza Pies
See it today! Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With --
paid in install
110995 ments. Woo'sey Warns May 11 A,$5,00 or More Food Order. GOOD THRU MAY 11TH GOOD THRU MAT IITH SWM
2t'cwt 'To Atxnls'e will IcPt'dtrJ 1 fJ d d 11't',,.It dtlt ,I' It ,Nal+,Irll d d d d t I 21 I r I, r 'r r 2s f r !
EASY TERMS lit/ on to rrr/ursf.send comji/tfe Jta.ArrAulRncd / / Of InsecticidesFor CAtlr I, G st.f.ns t[h hip / f nJ Is ,fRii6T.MV5 fffff. I i "

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SUP.PtYllR ; Dr. B. F Woolsey, Director of WE GIVE 50 Free WC Green Stamps 50 Free K Green Stops 3 **. 50 Free UPC Green Stamps

'Q."QX us.. Nassau County! Health! Department WITH THIS.COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
ATLANTIC? AVE. rmriputo.R.i, _., today urged spring gardeners I FOUR 303 CANS THRIFTY MAID a ONE PKG CRACKIN' GOOD BIG 60Family SI 00 OR MORE WORTH orKealih

-- r ......,....'. '..-,. '" to read carefully the .label of I Golden GS or WK Corn Cr. SandwichesCCOP t & Beauty Aids I .
any insecticide before using it. GREEN GOOD THRU MAT ITN
4't There are over 40,000 brands\ STAMPS AT ANY WINN-DIXIE < AT ANY WINN-DIXIE y AT ANY WINN-DIXIE ,
of insecticides and pesticides registered 24 .. 25 .
J r ih I .f r
'' with the U. S. Department t .4 r..f r... t Ijl ti: 1 i la .n c.f r afwI
SCOTTY of Agriculture and
contain chemicals deadly to man. FROM. HASTINGS, FLA. U. S. No. 1 WHITE.
It is not the use, but misuse of 21Z.0z.CANS 891
TRAVEL insecticides and pesticides which! Or ge

kill humans. Among the danger.. P t t 0 e 5 1 0 BAG lB. 3 51 I

TRAILERPERFECT ous ones is parathion and through o a FROM VA., MORTON Chic., Beef, Turkey Horn, Solisbury M. L
Florida had deaths
1 19C2 thirty

j from this alone. FROM LAKE GEM, FLORIDA LARGE GREEN STALKS Dinners. 2. FOR 891
i "If parathion could .be eliminated
FORVacaUon' I from, home\use there would
be relatively \ii iirte. trouble \\ th 2 STALKS 2 91 TASTE ff SEA FROZEN ((8-oz. Pkgs.)

and Week-.End Trips bug sey-killing stated. "ParatHon chejfaJJ':can.Dr.kill Wcol-you t Celery Fish Sticks 3 PKGS.YOUR s 1.

With the Thrills and Fun just by getting .\some on your
hands." }<': *>... MEDIUM I FLORIDA.I GRADE "A" Every Egg Guaranteed FROM VA,. MORTON Apple, Cherry, Peach, .CoconutFruit -
of the
Some compounds are
of a LifetimeSEE poisonous whew in aled or swallowed Pies 3 FOR $1.

others r etj, absorbed .
% through the skins They should be
carefully stored and ke Preach t out of DOZ. FROM THUNDERBOLT, GA PAN-REDI* f ADEDShrimp.

Persons of children.using any of the com 2. LB.PKG.f9

Swap Shop pounds should be careful of windor -- 0 t t'j
drift and children should '
; pets = '
: be Vest out of Ifce area; hands / .m .i /
511 South 8th Street ..'( r YOUR 1 CHOICE I a
': should be washed immediatelyafter ,. I CHOICE I ,. .... e 17. .II' I
the chemical is used. Also ( .; ,., 1. ; k l
& l 13: fi. MODEIS. IIONDED ALUMINUM 1 EX- 11( s '
13: ft. clothing if any of ,the material f

6, EQUIPPED WITH GAS STOVE REFRIGERATOR Any victim insecticidal mis W Fi
TO should be taken to doctor cr
use a
Coffee Detergent
WATER TANK. SINK, LIGHTS LARGE hospital immediately. And, so that if Astor f ; a, : ;
STORAGE AREA. treatment can be most effective .1 s.i .
should be prepared to tell the "J f.. "f i'2J Arrow -. t ,
Problem Rain Shine 'I doctor the nme> of the product :.;3 'i- \)rr.
No Weather or :
", or give, him the container with its r., l-LB. CAN l' GIANT BOX 'j
Eat Sleep and Relax !In Comfort labpt ,/ s ,/
i.I There are twentr-one poison .'t.SAVE. 21* 't : SAVE 11 JJ
Financing Available control centers in Florida hospitals Y
I with card files listing most : ,.,
Check Our "Low Prices
of the poisonous chemicals NEW BLUE Save 2C'
from insecticides to household ,.
TRAVEL LIGHT TRAVEL RIGHT cleaners with antidotes so that iZ .# A
rapid first aid can be given.Its Coffee ilt 481 < / Cheer GL 5 8 ,,,,+..,

SCOTTY TRAILER SALES Limit one with $5.ooJood.I" k Limit one with $5.00 food =

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__ ,,_ .f' News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 9, 1963 Page Nine
-\....- City Recreation Dept.To -
I DeSandro Slates KAC Redlegs
I Organize Junior a superhuman effort just to catch higher-education opportunities,"I McDonald pointed out that the
t t News of the I I wrote McDonald, "at the advanced state "ranks at the bottom amongall
:: Swimming ClassesMonday Win First Game Olympic Swim Team up.Even at that, He reported, the and graduate levels to meet growing the states south of the'Potomac

BOAT CLUBBY iI i s I I The Department of Recreationof impact of the growing need for I I needs has long since passed : and east of the Mississippi in
I higher education has been softened its expenditures for public higher-
I June 10 As Jones HomersBY Fernandina Beach is working | the point of endangering the
by the recent phenomenal education institutions as a percent
&Q I toward the organization of a Junior 1 state's future Florida is today t
of That
growth junior colleges. jnI
of the state's personal -
According to an announcementmade CURT GORDON Olympic Swim. Team for boys 1 reduces those being shortchangedin :' a State faced with future i I "
CARSON McKENDREE this week by Charles De I' and girls. large numbers to upper level promise unparalleled in the United come.
Sandro, Director of the Fernan- I The KAC Redlegs trounced the There are four divisions in and graduatestudents. j States, but at 'leapt a generation j It is likely that before the dose
!,, Methodist Braves 10-6 in Little Junior Olympics Midgets behind in of the steps
I dina Beach Recrealion Center, : 10 I One reason for this, McDonaldsaid \ the highereducation present Legislature
I there are still some openings : League action Tuesday night, f years and under; Juniors, 11 and is the location of the state's pace required to take advantage -j I will be taken toward a remedyfor
The Fernandina Beach, Boating mer, we will need four times the with Ricky Jones' home setting 12 Intermediates this
I available in the following swim- I run years; 13 and three oldest universities Flor- I of its unique opportunities. situation.
Club will hold its' first meetingin docking space we now have avail-' ming classes which will begin on off a six-run fifth inning for I II 14 years; Seniors, 15 and 16 I ida State University, the 'University -- ---- --
May this Friday night, 8:00 { able. Dock Master Joe Suriano i is i the winners. years.
June 10. I of Florida and Florida A & 11
p.m. at the clubhouse. We 'hope in charge of the operations at the i and I i
Ito j I The scoring rocked along at a I Boys girls interested in I When I
have for marina and if hours and I On Monda/s and Wednesdays, University. they were established .
some good news you long for the first two innings I this activity should contact the I
in the
members i in as much as we expectthe hard work will pay off, we should : openings are available in the following 10-0 the 2''I II Department of Recreation, tele- the early 1900's I
only see Redlegs 'score
': classes: Advanced Beginners I population centers of the state | DISTillED WATER
clubhouse tq be moved within have the finest marina in. the I '! .
in the third to out in' phone 2615261. :
runs go in the northern i
were portion.
a very short time. Ray Lovequist'and '' south. I I at 9:15: A.M. and 10:15 A.M.; I I I j
front in the Mark Haddock "
game. however McDonald
Commodore Thomas has '! Intermediates at 11:15 A.M.; :
with a set of remodeling plans come Several boaters have inquired :I Swimmers at 9:15 A.M., 10:15 ; and Bob Godwin singled to account Offshore Fishing wrote, "the great bulk of the

up for our clubhouse and it ,would be as to the date of our annual cruise I I A.M., and 11:15 A.M. I for the two runs. Club Slates Meet State's population resides one
I! mighty nice to have a large turn- to Daytona Beach. The cruise is I I On Tuesdays and Thursdays, The Braves came back with a hundred or more miles distant ; Vi GALLON (No Deposit) 35c
in the last of the third :
single run For 14th from Gainesville and Tallahassee.The .
out at this meeting so you could scheduled for May 25th and 26th.I i openings are available in these May .
voice your opinions of these plans. I This is the last weekend in this I classes: Beginners at 9:15 A.M. I on a fielder's choice by :Mark I I most heavily populated count I
Some of the and 11:15 A.M. Advanced | Crumpler and a single by Carl I The Fernandina Beach Off- I tr.in the state is hundreds: of j
The boating season i eginning1, month. boys might I ; Beginners
to get into full swingV and we I even take off late Friday evening i i at 9:15 A.M.,10:15 A.M., and 1 i Harris. shore Fishing Club will meet' S miles removed from these time- I' 5 GALLON (Deposit Bottle) $1.50

haven't seen anything yet If you \: but the majority will leave I 111:15! A.M.; Junior Life Saving i A walk to Dwight Key, a field- Tuesday, Slay 14, at 8 p.m. at honored campuses."
have taken the liberty to drive I from the Center Street dock at 6 !I I at 10:00 A.M.Persons er's choice by Haddock and a Herb White's Outboard Sales. on Even with the addition of the I
i I Lee the Red- ;; South 8th Street. facilities at the of
down around the foot of Atlantic'' o'clock Saturday morning, May interested in any of I single by Key gave University
'A\'enue a'' 25th. This cruise is open to any '! these classes may register at the legs 2 more runs in the fourth, !! All members and anyone that is South Florida in Tampa and Florida -
at night, you can see one that wants to go. Don't worry i Recreation Center Office, Monday i! but the Braves came back with I i interested in joining the club is Atlantic ,University in Boca I I HARDEE BROS.
marina full of yachts nearly any !:, about how fast or slow your boat through Friday, 9:30: A.M.-12:30 I four runs in the bottom of the urged to attend.Capitol. Raton, a large number of the 1.
light of the week, and I will : fourth to take the lead in the state's college youth will be I:
; pre goes, and whether or not you can P.M. and 1:30 P.M, until 5:30: j age /
diet that by the end of this sum keep up with the rest of them, : I game. Tommy Skipper singled, living beyond commuting distance : ATLANTIC ENUE :
J --- -- -- -- -- I P.M.An advance registration fee Willie Michell was hit by a pitched A of a public college or university.I -

will be required and na registra- I ball, Crumpler and Harris "Florida's failure___to. __provide_ _I___. 0-- __ __ __ __ -- -
.0'. tion will be accepted by telephone.for singled. Letter .
Jones' home run in ''the sixth

rwr the boats will be traveling legs started with a six-run Mike Sapp rally, by Phil the Alday Red-, BY JERKY MOCK WHAT COULD A Water Heat Ii

ar r '+' i anywhere from 30 to 50 m.ph. No : Steve Hadden, Haddock and Bob I Tallahassee Dr. Ralph W. i

one has ever been left anywhereand Godwin getting singles to help McDonald could hardly be accused i .
BANKS if you should experience a I account for the six runs. of being a typical educator. : BE EASIER?
little difficulty there will be plentyof A walk to Bruce Gregory and I The tall director of the recently That LiteraIIyj;
va; boats around to help you. Just singles by Crumpler and Harris I completed Florida Space Era Edu-
remember one thing, if'you go on I gave the Braves their final tally j cation Study turns a fluent, clip-
.. Aren't What They this trip, you owe it to yourselfto I in the sixth. j tongued Yankee phrase. Incongruous -
see that your boat is in good i Besides Jones' home run, Mark as his speech might seem in Costs VDU N thndJ;

Used To Be, Either! shape and your motor is running i Haddock led the Redlegs with two this city of the Old South, he s .
properly, at least when you start. I hits while Bob Godwin, Lee Key, overcomes that handicap with the -
r Take a spare prop, spark plugs, I Lee Godwin, Mike-Sapp, Phil Al fervor of a missionary, and language -

Today, 'when you step through our front door you'1 find such a anchor and at least a flashlight if : day and Steve Hadden hit safely the layman can under- 30 Gal, Glass Lined 10 Year Warranty
Complete line of financial services, they are almost too numerous to you don't have flares. Life pie- I for the winners. stand. His message comes through tfl'.TI
I mention. We have a sparkling line of loan service, a handsome rate servers are a must for every pas- Carl Harris had three hits to loud and clear '- Florida's young
of interest. guaranteed, insured savings you name it, we'll aboard if have I while I II White
try to produce it. senger so you a i lead the Braves in hitting folks are being shortchanged, and L ).j Gas Water Heater
passenger that decides to go at Mark Crumpler had two hits. things will get worse before they :
Banking service has changed and it's all, to the good.W. hope you'll the last minute, just be sure I Tommy Skipper accounted for the get better. Here is what he said: J i
atop in and give us a chance to prove it.National. ._." you're covered buddy. Commodore i other hit made by the Braves. "Florida's lag in advanced I
I Kasley Thomas invites anyone I Score by innings: higher education and research is : Your Electric Water Heater Will Make Down Payment. Pay
that is planning to make this .002 2GO 10 9 0
Redlegs -
cruise, and wants more informa- I Braves -- 001 401 666 : description so great that. it although defies the factual gap : ments Up To $5.00 A Month Can Be Made From Your Savings

tion on same, to attend our meet- Sapp and Haddock, Godwin; in Florida's higher-education ser I On Fuel. ,'
.fLORIDA Bank ing this Friday, 8 p.m. at -the Douglas, Brown and Talbird, vice at the upper levels of the I ";.

clubhouse. Mitchell. undergraduate school is serious II
...r.r1-..III Iu............... I WE NOW HAVE 0DISPLAY THE NEW '", .
almost beyond measure, the growing -
at Fernandina Beach
FACTS gap at the level of graduate i :
aJ Annual U. S. paper consump- instruction is even greater.

YIWUI rCMMl IM_? WSUflANCI IMP04ATIOM tion: more than 435 pounds per The result:
capita. (Back in 1899 it was only FLORIDA "An untold number of Florida's
58 pounds for each person in the young people have already been RANGES
permanently handicapped by the
state's lag in higher education .
----- -- -- -
A New York bond dealer, Jerry Almost every urban center in the
4 Tripp, denied before a legislative State of Florida is now being' ad-
committee that he made any: versely affected by the higher- Good Housekeeping

; Does your It's time for .I quick profit from the Florida.. : a Turnpike' $157 million bond program The above quotes put pretty
v i last year. : much in a nutshell McDonald's

? I Tripp, one of the handlers of I message and one of the reasons Gas & Appliance Co1J -
SSE TUNE-UP I the bond issue, said that if had for the agony over > money currently -
; i been implied "that somebody made in the Legislature. I

I $10 million by turning in old turnpike .I McDonald originally was hired ,J 225-5146 YULEE FLORIDA
from bonds." He added that he I YULEE FLA. ,
I to tell the state how to get ahead f ,
: K orSTAI : didn't believe it and that "I knowI into the space race. What he found
_____________ didn't."' out was that Florida not only is I L-P GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICE
I One of a series of witness call behind, but it would take almost
j If SO. ed by the committee, Tripp de- -. --._ .. ,
TiretoiiGet --- -- -- ------ -- --- -- - -- --- -
fended the turnpike financial

I (; deal; he even excused any excess
L I spending by the Authority as
e I "
your car's motor ready for
Richard W. Ervin, State Attorney -, I / :T- ---=- ; :

carefree driving in.the warm- General, in a letter to Sena-
tor B. C. Pearce, Chairman of the
weather months ahead I House-Senate committee investi-
1NiS gating bond financing in Florida, --
SAF QTY K Sr said that any plan to borrow
Only| ./ OF ERVf CFS should be submitted to the citi- .w u .
FERf zens of the state for a vote.

Ervin also recommended that ,N JT
i strict controls: of borrowing be
; written into state law before the 1

l3eei4 i I state programs.begins, any new borrowing ,( ) *

/i 666 S rr .(/ I M _
to.I' s In the midst of a Senate floor
I. 1I rf fight, Senator L. K. Edwards of

I' Irvine, Chairman of the Senate

.,. ____ !I Appropriation Committee, stated"I "j .
a don't know any more about the .,.' .,. :;: "
car law than a cow." : : .
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don't questions
"So me no '
Parts extra if needed ;( ,. .
about law, he added. 'J,' '. J., -. !
As chairman of the Senate Appropriations -
Committee, it is Ed- !2*

;i 0 Clean and Adjust; Spark Plugs 0 Check Coil and Condenser ward's job to bring out.a needs budget of s > .44 t 4' [ ..:, ..>..If",; : ".' t f't1'.> ,....; :
bill which reflects the I '
*:.! r. :
: 0 Clean and Set Points 0 Check Generator andS the state. '. .. \\1: ', .
Col: ,\ .
Governor LeRoy l
0 Set Voltage Regulator ., \.f' \ "1" ; .
Timing lins, speaking hesitantly on state ,/. t ; .: .\ '
affairs, ruled himself out as a .. .r' :
: 0 Adjust Carburetor 0,Check Battery candidate for \ ,x
possible governor !
re '
again. But Collins indicated the rJll : f ', 7i
Just Say "CHARGE IT"-; Take months to pay possibility of seeking a seat in / ;; j 9'S'S z; '- 4jff

the U. S. Senate "sometime in the p.' r r- t
future in open circumstances." ;.
He said he does not consider the *-4
f .
l. wMd MY.111 y. /VWnI".1HINvr
1' \ TJmfOrt NEW TREADS field open now "and I have no Corrair Monza Club Coupe
intention of opposing my good
\V APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES I friend Sen. (Spessard) HoU/\d." Who needs muscles ? :

'C \ \ WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE Right to-work hearings by a ,
Do you know how easy it is to take a corner So think about those trips to the beach :
committee resumed after
H labor
I Narrow or Wide Design, a with a Coryair or park one? Turn this this summer, those bright sunny days and .
: Tubeless or Tu 4 for :. noisy, disorderly earlier hearing newspaper sideways and it will give you a balmy moonlit nights. '
.. ll e-e. .. was adjourned by Hous'e Speaker pretty good idea. The wheel handles just And besides, looking at it from a very :
Mallory- Home about that easily. :w practical point of view, it's Trade 'N' "
Our Ntw Treads identified by Medallion and shop mark, art The Unruly proceedings of the The Corvair's engine is in the rear, for : C EVROLET Travel time right now at your Chevrolet '
GUARANTEED previous meeting prompted Home not only greater traction,but more balanced : dealer's. He's got some beautiful buys. .
2.I,Aca kilo u.t t defect nunna)u teed v. rkm hAzards nship and mUtnfo during lift or tretl 4949F not only to adjourn the hearing, eight distribution. And that's what makes But you had better hurry before somebody ,
Inl'f'pt repairable puncture! >) ncoua--
teml in r* rvO y(ttMnger nr u-w far 12 month but to warn members and witnesses the steering so completely effortless. i .I r muscles in ahead of you. Spring's here.
1 at et tune Memen of adtletm.etrntut prom.!...*' tread war and Uxd on list prices current alike that he would use The engine is air cooled, too. No radi f Summer's coming fast.And with these sporty ;.
F his powers of arrest if necessary, ator. No water or antifreeze. No boiling ';' good-looking Corvairs selling the way they
n v.t >;>tt ya!'.' '' __ Plus and 4 trade-in will t kick s
{ tax tires to prevent such a recurrence in over or freezing up to worry about. It takes he who hesitates want to
the future. the weather and the terrain as it comes. MfflUR CHEVROLET :

kemia Today, cancer there is of no the cure bloodforming for leu-- CHECK HIS M DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY, CORVAIR_ AND CORVETTE 1s

tissues, but scientists sup- .
ported by the American Cancer ,

BEACH SUPPLY Society are hopeful that a cure
will be found. Because of this new WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY 1

: hope, the Society is spending more ?.
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Page Ten'ewLeader! Fernandiiuf Beach, Florida Thursday, May 9, 1963 >f : ;, -* 't r-.-;--- --" 7 .,

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NOTICE OF TAX SALEV I Description of Land Sec. Tp. Rg. Acres Owner ./ and' Taxes Costs FDNA. BEACH. NO. Z '. .5 By Rep. D. R. (Billy) Mafthe\vs :1

V Lot206&N'jof2OT Dell. Harriett M. .

V PT. of Lot 9 In or 3 Pg. 246 Co. Rec. Lot 244Lot Dell Harriett Merle TRIP TO FLORIDA of which is 4o help i iocrease the
NOTICE I h hereby given that: on the 3rd day of June, 1963. at 12:00: noon 1422425 E. E. Sapp ..%" .ot243 .-' Dell. Harriett Merle I t
at the Courthouse. Fernandurj: Iteach. County of Nassau, State of Florida PT. ofLoti in or 10 Pg. 433 Co' j I IIt 246 Dell. Harriett Merie The Easter I opportunities for trainiag of physicians f
tax certificates! will be sold on the Hlowin described land tpay th Rec. 14 2N 26 Sapp. Dr. E. E. & M. F. 8J4 247Clock Dell, Harriett Merle I Recess of Congress demists, and professional
amount due for tues herein set opposite the name together with the costsof PT. of Lot 9 In DB 255 Pg. 63 Co. lice.SubLotsl9&69 I 1 Lot 17 Sadler Estates Times R. El : from April 12 to April 22 gave '
Block 2 Lots 22. 23. 24 Sadler Estates Sentell F. public health personnel The bill
such sale and advertising costs. WUiford H.
14 22426 Franklin E. & C 8.21 I
In DB 275 Pg. 430 Co. Rec. : Parcel me a splendid opportunity to visit
Ex -
In DR 251 Pg. 162 Co. Pc. 2 3 2* 4 Alberta. Chester W. 14.98 authorizes $11f.mIllion in matching
I No. 1) (Ex N4 of Parcels 2 & 3-In or with .
Amount f'f constituents and to participate
In DB 153 Pg. 408 Co. Rec. (Less 24 I .
Description of Land Sec. Tp. R{. Acres Owner. Tixe I A) 2 3 26 19 Mitchell, Buster L. 5.71 I 22 Pg. 376 Co. Rec.) 14 3 29 1 Paramount \' in a number of interesting graate | to two-thirds of

and Costs i In DB. 153 Pg. 409 Co. Rec. 2 3 26 1 Mitchell. Buster L. .sa total cost, ttrbe made over three
In DB 275 Pg. 464 Co. Rec. 20 .3 29 Poarch Frankie local events. In
In or 18 Pg. 46 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Sanders. Carl J. &: Flora J. 4.13 I I ; D. driving over por. i years to help construct teaching
BILD1YI.Y IiniOHTS t'MT A IS 23 23 18 295 Co. Rec. Perry, I tions of 8th
In or Pg. 42 2N 27 Johnny Lee 548 I our Congressional facilities
Lot 91 Miramar Beach Poarch Frankie D. for medical and dental
In or 20 Pg. 570 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Bartlett: F. E. & Maria Jam District I
Mock 16 Lots 39. 40. 41, 42. 43 &: 44 Sagass. Olaf 1.64 55.311. was delighted to see schools and other health person-

lllock 19 Lets 29 to 32 Saur, Miss L. 1.26 In or 20 Pg. 574 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Latham. James W. &: Gladvs* HAMRYS SUB.Lot34S'of3Z. much industrial and civic progress i nel. It also authorizes millionin
In 08173 Pg. 257 Co. Rec. 12 IN 23 3 ireen. Mattie 18.61 in $61
R.d -
Lot 1 5 2N 23 57 Darby P. W. 14.S8 In DR 167 Pg. 154 Co. Re c. 42 2N 27 Jacksoff, Francena: 2.31 : Howard. Roy W. many areas. low iDterest loans to studentsof

lit 'dJ' ':!'J' pg. 192 Co. Rec. 27 2N 23 .* John, Marquard J. &. Bettv ,. [;Lot 53. 55 ?,c' Pinckley, William A. I was prh'.:egt'1! to address the medicine, dentistry and osteopathy -

Lrt31 1 3 71 10 Neihon Jean Mrs. Charles M. 3.39 1.72 YULEE FARMS SUB. f. Lot4l'V McAleavey, .:race K. / Rotary Club of Green Cove up to $:?,OOO a year per
Block 5 Lot 4 N. 15 Ft.. of 5 Ocean City Brooks J. L. I
Lot 42: 1 32310 Bradley & Bailey 3.39 PT. of Lot 1 in or 4 Pg. 23 Co. Rec. Springs on student. -
Iot31 1 3 23 10 llibson: B. M. 3.39 J evening, April
Driver Harold
42 2N 27 1 Clifford & Jane OCEAN CITY SOUTH PORTION
Lot 8 1332310 Krog, Herbert A. 3.39 *L 8.74 17; ahd to discuss matters of local The bill which we passed is

In or 20 Pg. 4t9 Co. Rec. 14 3 23 % Johnson. John N. &: Julia nb. Let 2. of Lot 1 in DB 273 Pe. 436 I importance with
several individ.
Clock 15 Lot 5 Lee Thad S., Jr. & V. i I pretty generally as was reported
K 1911 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Carter James C. & 1.. C. .
Lot3 1532310 Flowers. Ruth A. 3 0.1 pro of Lot 8 In or 12 Pg. 184 Co. Rec. 4JI! Clock: 15 Lot 5 .Lee, Thad S., Jr. : uab following the Rotary engagement !'by the House Committee on Interstate
Lot1 2432110 Pelle. H. E. 3.39 42 2N 27 Butler, D. P. & Edna A. 8.U \ (Less He) j On the afternoon of
It 4- 3232370 Darby F. W. 1824 PT. of Lot 9 in or.% Pg. 170 Co. Rec. Block 21 Lot 5 Tinsley, David P. & I and Foreign Commerce.
fE: of NV/'i 14 4 23 40 Johnson, C. P. 1064 422N27 Gold. Carl 55.1 ... April 18, I participated in Groundbreaking However there
Block 1 Lot 16 Yulee Heights Sub. Walters. Frank E. Jr. : I Ceremonies for the new were two significant
In or 14 Pg. 34 Co. Ree *n Lot 42. Barnett Edward J.. Sr., 42 2N 27 Gold Carl 127.72. Blockl2Lot2Dl Walters Wise Potato changes made involving a
234231 Kathryn A. 1.72 Block 2 Lot 2 Yulee Heights Sub. 42 ; ck22Lot2 Walters, Frank E., Jr. I Chip Plant in St. matter of
IN .SWtt" As Dese. In or 7 p*. 1<3 fo.Rec. 2N 27 Church. Joe &: Ossie 6.43. ters, E., 36. (Less He) Augustine. This new plant is an avoiding some duplica.
28 423. Tivlor. B. J. Doris Am 2.5 Block 22 lot 7. 8. 9, 10 Jones Edward L. Jr. & Johnnie Block 5 Lot 16 Oak Lawn Park NA 4 Chance)', Ceorge & \ I impressive addition I tion between the National Defense .
In or 20 P?. 539 Co. R"c. 41 4 23: 13 Barker: Land Co. 3504.43 Tov" of Yu'e I 15.48 Block A Lots W. 75 Ft. of 25 to 30 to the industrial Education Act loan
N'4j of NE' (Less NE'4 of NEI, & I In DB 153 Pg. 131 Co. Rec. (Less Inc. W. Port Beach: Casino TractIn Gordon. James D. & development of the St. Aug. provisions -
NW'i nf ,iE', E rf ) 6 and the loan provision as
Hwy (Less 8A) (Ex or 6 Pg. 505 Co. Rec.) 51 3 ustine area. The Wise Plant at
Acres RR ROW 6 Acres Hwy ROW _97. _tia Barker, Richard D. 48.57 DR 275 Pg. 124Co. Rec. Being In embodied in ILR. 12. The other
(Ex or 23 re. 117 8 IS 24 18 Crews, Billy, Jr. 5.09 .v Robison Altomees &: Simmons Sections 15-16-17-3-29 16 3 29 Allstate Homes Inc. the present time buys $1 million

I, 11 &f NE'. In or 23 Pg. 117 Co. Lot 9 Sub of F. Griff Land 51 3 27 li Maggie 37.20 CITY OF FDNA. BEArD worth of potatoes annually from I( significant change was to do
Ree." 8 IS 24 nE4 Crews, James Donnie 1.76 In or 18 Pg. 310 Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Baldwin, Timothy 2.31 the away with the "forgiveness" feature
of NE'i! of NE'. 16 IS 24 20 Grunig B. C. &: Wife 15.80 Hastings area, and will no
'n or 20 Pg. 79 Co. Rec. In or 18 Pg. Block 3 Lot 23 Christopher, C. W. & in the loan program for those
562 Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Nellicliff, Samuel & B. L. 3.53 .V increase these purchases I,I
TOWN OF CRIUTORD SUH. N 460 Ft of Lots 70 to 77 Inc. As Dee the 'doctors who would go to areas
3 Lot 24Iic new plant is completed.
Jtbck Christopher, Lizzie &
,v, or 3 P,. 532 Co. Rec. (Ex cr 3 Pe. ]'where l there were doctor short

T Iit120 15 1N24 10 Brycevjlle Turpentine Corp. 70. 272 & 274)) 4 2 28 12 Jones Thomas T. 28.94 : ck 3 Lot ?5 Christopher. (J. W. The Dixie County Forestry Fes ages. I voted for the bill, and
3.89 PT. of Lots 70 to 77 Inc. In or 5 Pg Block3Lot30Block DavIS J. C. I ,. which attracted more than
Lot 1268 23 IN 24 10 Brycevi'le Turpentine CI3 lR 270 Co. Rec. $2283 Jones John R. & I:. S. 7P6 W. & Mary [made a talk trying to keep in the
L't1305 23 IN 2410 Bryceville Turpentine Co. 3.18 In DB 56 Pg. 53 Co. Rec. 4 2 23 Vonnah. A. L. 21.08 Leary J. & Roberta spectators this year, was I hilt the forgiveness feature as I

Block M: Lots 8 to 27 Inc. 24 IN 24 Darby. Marie. H. .88 In or 20 Pg. 285 Ca. Rec. 4 2 28 .Harris. James 0. & Nellie D.1C1.06. 3 Lot 31, 32 Harris. Tommie I enjoyable from every ,
Joe. felt this would be
Lot 16 11 2N 24 10 Haley. Mrs. Virginia B. 3.39 particularly

Io .or 15 P*. 40) Co. Ree. Iff or 15 Pg. 'n DB: 262 Pg. 112: Co. Ree. 5 2 28 King, Joseph D. & M. M. 9.00 ,i Block 6 Lots 19 to 26 Inc. Lucille Hall, Charles J. A. & \ Several large firms helpful to our rural areas.
4(2 In or 15 P?. ''t-I In or 15 PI{. 458. with the local Oham-i I
Lot n Less W 160)) Ex( DB ?54 Pg.
I Block 6 Lot NI5 cf 27, 23. 29, :30: Hall. Charles
A. & W
A in or 17 Pg. 370 25! 2N- 24 Mid State Investment 23683 The House: has also passed the
127 Co. Rec.) Ocean Breeze Sub. of Commerce in the {
Block 7 Lots I, 34 Taylor, Ethel I staging
In Co. Ck.: 18 Pg. 17C Co. Rrc. & or 15:
52287 Tyson. R. & '
Pg. 125:! Co. Rec. :25 2N 24 Mid State Homes Inc. 55.31 .. Joseph 10.50 R. Block 7 Lots 2 to 7 nc. Taylor, Ethel including the Hudson Voluntary Feed Grain bill, which
Block 8 Lot S1} of 10 to 14 lire. Perkins, D.V.. i
PT. of Lot 23 In DB 254 Pg. 127 CIRee. \. and extends for two more years the
.. mock 8 Lot NU. of 10 to 14 Inc. Christopher George & Paper Company,
SOUTH HILLIARD SUB 5 & 6 2N 24 Ocean Breeze Sub 5 2 28II ... Tj'soff. Joseph R. & Ida. L. : ] Cellulose Company, Continen-i' present program, with some minor

15.66 Block 8 Lot N 4 of 27, 28. 29!!I, 30 Clark. Christine M. exceptions. This In
Itlock 309 Lot 3 Carr, James G.. Sr. .86 I II PT. of Lot 28 In DB J.'H Pjr. 127 Co. Block 9 Lot S'i of 1 & 34 Rogers, Charles F. Turpentine, and Rosin Com program, my
Block 375 Lot 3 Hodges, Mrs. Minnie .E6 I 14cc. Ocean: Breeze: Sub 5 2' 28 Tyson Joseph R. & Ida J* i Block 10 Lot 9 Ellerson. Bennie Cross City Veneer Corn- opinion, has reduced unneeded
t Clock I (Less He) 47.23 mock 12 Lot 1 Askins T. >H. & government stocks of feed
421 Lot 5 Crosby, W. H. ..86Saracino Suwannee Lumber Com-1 grains,
: Lot 2 Willa-Villa Sub. Pinckley, William A. & Julie !
Btork 424 Lot 9 Mrs. Josephine .88 and }has saved the hundreds
Clock 471 Lot 5 Innis. E. L. .86 i Mc. 161.06 Block 14 Lots 19, 20 IMP Hadsock, Jessie & )', 'and the St. Regis Paper taxpayers
Block 476 Lot 21 McCreedy, Mrs. Angie .86 Lot 4 Wilb-Vilb Sub. Taylor f:. Robert J. & Elizabeth ilock 14 Lots 30, 31 IMP McKendree, Barbara A. Forestry and conserva of millions of dollars.: I
In or 22 Pg. 95 Co. Rec. DeS A* Pt. 10.92 I Block 18 Lots 24, 25 Clark, Diana H. & A. voted for this bill.
Lot 9 Willa-Villa Sub. Fullard Jimmy R. & Armo.J. exhibits demon-
of SEli! of 'EI& 3 3 24 20 Taylor Phillip "E. & Peggy convincingly
J. 6.57 10.92 I Block 22 Lots 14 E. 35 Ft. of 15 Askins, Katherine H. the important role that 1
Lot 10 Willa.Villa Sub. King. Floyd C. & VISITORS
lit DB 2C2! Pg. 223 Co. net 5 3' 24 1 Donley Arthur& Willie Mae Wynelle 10.42 t Block 24 Lot 7 Tiliakos Mrs. Pete
%.81 Lot 11 Willa-Villa Sub. Pinckley, W. A. & Julia 2.79 Block 26 Lot E'.: of 16 Jenkins. Lillie : is now pla.ingin the

In or 16 Pg. 573 Co. Rec. 5 3 24 12 Investment Brokers Inc. 72.91 I Lot 15 S. of Hwy. In DB 255 Pg. 405 Unknown Block 29 Lot S'i of 6 SWU! of 7 Freeman, Ernest of our District, as well 'I Recent visitors to my office
PT. of \V4 (,f Lot 13 In or IP Pg. SC3 erbing: Az-ilea iarden Sub. 12 2 23 1.45 Block 32 Lot 11 Williams Florrie I'
Co. Rec. 5324 Raberts! Sylvester L. &: Juli In DB 113: Pi. 65 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 5 Means, Everett 229.16 mock 32 Lot L' 80 Ft. of 14 Freeman Ernest W. the potential it holds for the have included: Mr. and. Mrs. Sim
A. 5.13 In DU li Pg. 361 Co. Rec. (Ex or Lee. It was also my pleasure Townsend of Bell; Mr. and Mr.
Ict26 532410 kson Mrs. E. 16 Pg. 29-or 21 Pg. 580-cr 22 Pg. 89 & mock 33 Lot 11 Roberts R. D. (Est) I
Fre.dri OOCo.Rec. 14228 Williams. Willie B. & E. C.24.37 crown the lovely Queen of the Otto MeCollUter: of Trenton; Mrs
SS of E' rf 13 Lincoln Sub. In or 6Pg. mods 33 Lot 13 Harris Helen I
30, Co. Rec. 5 3 24TOWNOF Evans J. L. & L. M. %.81 In or 21 Pg. 580 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 Llewart, Willie & Beatrice 5.07 Block 34 Lot E. 54 Ft. of 1 COlk Allan W. & Miss filenna Lamb. I Lucretia Boutwell, of Green Cove
.1 In or 22 Pg. E9 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 Mcrride.: Ada 507 Block 37 Lot S'i of 6 Cover, Charles My last official engagement in Springs; Mrs. Lassie Black and

Lot 2 Riverview Sub. 14 2 28 Dasher Lonnie E. ..10.42
Block 40 Lot NU 4 Champion, Walter L. &
HILLIARDl Lot 3 Riverview Sub 14 2 28 McFarland, Azzie Lee SoT K. parti ipation in'the Dejli- Mrs. Bonnie Sanders of Lake

l iUock 10 Pt. of Lots 2 & 3 In or 6 Pg. King. Clarprtre II. & Yv'no. ofLot2 In or 14 Pg. 229 Co. Rec. Bein 1522428 PT. Scott Eugene 7.86 Block 41 Lot NU of 1 Bruce Joseph A. & of the new Post Office atmnell City; Mrs. H. 0. Bennett, of

4 Co. Rec .J -hi; B. (Less He) 528.97 Lot SLof24 15 2N 28 Burns, Nora 4.75 Block 41 Lot N'i of 5 Markham, Arthur C. : on Sunday afternoon, Crescent City; Mr. and Mrs. John

Block. 13 Lot In DC1?? 'Pg 54* Co. In or 22 Pg. 353 Co. Rec. 18 2 28 Anderson, Azzie Lee 320.62 Ulock 41 Lot SU cf 6 Markham; Arthur C. 21. The new facility is a I Sidney Batten of Penney Farms;

Rec.Bljck Davis 0. D. 91.52 Block 47 Lot S'.i of 2 Crossta. (:J. R. (Est) and im Mrs. W. N. Hall, Mrs. Frankie C.
25 PT. of Lots 1. 2. 3 In or 247 Rucehne, Norman A. & Angelina AMERICAN BEACH SUB NO. 1 Block 48 Lot NE 1'3 of 8 Pinckley, W. A. & J. much-needed I
J'g. 283 Ca. Rec.T'lkk F.. %.81 Block 52 Lot S'i of 6 N. 5 Ft. of 7 Perpena. G. L. in the postal services Walker, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
a : 57 Lot 16 .fiBlock ';*** McNeil. Bertha & Jeanette 2.31 Block 1 Lot 6 18 2 28 Lewis, J. L. 18.?g Hlock 62 Lot W': of 8' King. William :) the Bunnell community K. Bryan Sr. of St. Augustine;
Block 3 Lot 17 13 2 28 Simmons. William Cutler: & lock Lot of 7
53 Lots 1 & 4 i't. 3 Lot S'2 Treaye Claudia Bell
*Jf.ot. Elizabeth 252.53 mock 68 Lot 5 Williams. Rudolph and Mr.[ A.V.. Fletcher, Mrs.[
i (Less or 9 Pg. 334)) Higginbotham.: John B. 37.20 BIoekSL.ot2O 13 2 28 Smith Frank U. 16056 RESIGNATION
Block 70 Lots 3. 6 Dove, Lillie lEst) : Emily S. Maclachlan[ and Mr
Block 61 Lot 1 0vens, Leroy & Doris 1.53 Block 3 Lot 23 18223 Davis. Alanzo & Pauline 16.51 Block: 70 Lot 4 Dove Lillie Itlock; 73 PT. of Lot 3 In or 21 Pg. 200VO. lilock4Lot25 18228 Williams. Lincoln C. & P Block 71 Lot 5 iTlmonSJI'; ;eph' James QuinceyAide in my Grant Godwin, all of Gainesville.

Fec.Block Marder Louis & Sylvia 40.83 138.20 I lock[ 71 Lot 6 Simmons. Rosa Ann
office the
Block C Lot 45 18 2 23 Smith William! J. 11.03 past
t' Block 72 Lot 3 Burns Nora
78 E 1/3 cf Lot 2 C. E. 109.11
King. .lock 7 Lot 53 18 2 28 Smith. William! J. 69.10 has submitted his .
Block 73 Lot 4 Roberts. R. D. Est) years,
{''lock CO Lot W 70 11.. of 2 % Higginbotham., J. B. 91.02 Clock 8 Lot 53 13: 2' 23 Moore, A. T. 160.56 Block 74 Lot E'i of 8 1 I. Monroe. Simon in order to join the .T..... ..
ItbekOOLoti : \ North, Mrs. (:. Thomas .86 Block 9 Lot 73 18 2 28 Afro American Pen. Bur. 9.65 Block 75 Lot S 25 Ft. of 5 Jan Jul Inc Smoker SaysiJleCareful..IIeed
LLloek96Lt.t23 Hall. S. L. .86 mock 76 Lot S.'.: of 1 Bunrs. Nora firm of Clayton, Arnow, Dun- i

Clock 37 Lot 14 Yearsley. C. S. .86 AMERICAN BEACH SUB NO. 2 Ulock 80 Lot N4 of 5 Williams, Willie W. & n. & Johnston, in Gainesville.
Uock:! 101 Ut 8 Form: Helen M. .86 Ann : I I
Ulrck,104! LU 6 Unknown .86 Clock: 11 Lot 6 18 2 23 Afro American Pen. Bur. 7.36 Block 80 Lot S'2 of7 Lawrence, Orion J. i who has made an outstand

Ulock 134 Lot 19 Fink. Mrs. Jennie It. .86 Block 12 Lot 9 18 2 28 Davis. Alonzo. Jr. 297.76 mock 81 Lot 1 N Roberts, Dunn- 7.53'F' record at the University of ],
Block 108 Lot 23 Lyen. H., H. .86! Block 13 Let 5 18 2 28 Williams. Willie B. 4.75 Block 82 Lot S'i of 1 Simmons, Joseph. Jr. t
litock 111 Lots 21, 22.. Schramm, Mrs. Metta > .86 Block 13 Lots 12. 13 18 2 28 Peek. Percy 14.22 Blcck 84 Lot 5 Pinckley William A. I will graduate at the ,
tLodt117Luta! Tk Ostcrman. F. L. .86 Block 13 Lots 15. 16 13 2 28 Armstead Bertha 69.10 his law class at the forthcom

flock: 127 LoU AU 22 2.JIlock -.. \. ..Anderson.! : E. 1.22 mock 14 Lot :3 18 2 28 DeVaugn. Leola B. 46.23 Ulock 84 Lot N. 75 Ft. of 6 .Pinckle. }', William A. commencement exercises.
: 123 Lot at: i.:. : -- "Neilson. Mrs, CharIer M. .flf Block 14 Lots 13;"14 .. 18 2 28 Tatum. Clarence 14.23 I.- .. J May ,, i,
flock: 13G Loci 9r" Krogg Herbert A. .86 I'.lcck 14 Lots 15. 16 18 2 28 Plummer Eddie Lee 14.22 Block 84 Lot S. 50 Ft. of TN. 25. Ft. best wishes' got this out .

Block 13C Lot 20 Block. Aufu. F. .86 Block 15 Let 10 18 2 28 Mitchell Lepnie 9.65 018 : Pinckley, William A. young man who has
Clock 1U Lots 13, II, 15 Sikes, Carl R. &: Ethel (Less Elcck 15 Let 13 18 2 28 C'M'k.: Luther' & Alma M. 137.70
lIe) 8.24 mock 17 Lot 3 18 2 23 Davis. L. C. 7.36 Block 125 LoU 3. 12 Cox, Mrs. John such valuable services-

) Clock 146 Lrts 1. 3. 6. 8. 10, 13 to 16 Block 18 Lots 10, 11 18 2 23 Davis. Alonzo, Jr. 16.51 mock 126 Lot 5 Verdier Lawrence Jr. ,our District during the period'
: Inc Lots 13. 19.! 20. 21. 24! Wright W. L. 3.89 Block 126 Lot 11 Tncpo Francis P. I'
Ulock 147 Lot 18 Demitz. Charles A. .86 AMERICAN BEACH NO. 3 UNIT No. 1 Ulock 126 Lots N 4 of 1* & 15 Thompson. Irene S. our association. ,
Block 147 It 19 Nicholas. Cherry .86 Block 126 Lots 5': of 14 & 15 Thompson. Irene S.

Mock 147 Lots :''o. 21 Higginbotham, John B. & Win. Block 1 Lot i (Ex N 5 Ft. of 2 18 2 28 Afro American Pen Bur 137. 0 Block 127 LoPN. 60 Ft. of 1 Reeves, Rosa M. HEARINGS i iI
I pkr tile 2.45 Block 129 Lot 4 Holzendorf Marie H.
lllocklLot6 13223 Afro American Pen. Bur 114.83
-r, Floe4c141Lot23 1 ,' CtMort. B. M. .66 I Block 129 Lot 4 (Less lie) Holzendorf. Marie II. past week I introduced
\.HXfc iiJ L.u1lIuck153Lt4, <.U Knickle. Mrs. C. E. ..26Cimpbell. Block 1 Lot 7 1312 28 McFarland Azzie Lee 18.79 Block 130 Lot Ni| of 5 lorry, Rejfard II. &: I
Mrs. William A. I BiocklLot9 13228 Munroe. Ella Z. 21.08 W. F. Wolfe of Hastings, and

\ \. .. (Cat; ) 1.36 j 1 Lut 10 18 2 28 Afro American Pen Bur. 18.79 I Block 131 Lot 7 Local Union No. 610 Walter Petersen of Goulds,
lilock 154 Lot 13 C$ '. 3!. If. .P6 'I''I'J31f'k Block 135 Lot S. 42 Ft. of 1 Styrcn. Fairlv F. I ; 1
I Jllock 1U Lot 21Jtlock Rollins. Mrs. Joe (Est) .86 ', 1 Lot 11 13228 Lucas, Elcee & Willa Lee 18.79 Block 137 Lots 1, 2 Card. Alice B. our Committee on Agriculture.
155 Lot I) Post.! Mrs. Sign A. .86 i Block 2 Lot 9 13 2 23 Mason Myrtle 16.51 I Block 137 Lot N.<2 of 10 Williams Vincent & I gentlemen presented eKeII -
.1 Ihock 1S7 Ut 2 Frcfrirkson. Mrs. E. .86 PT. of Lot f In or 17 Pg. 643 Co.: Rec.

Jilock itt Uts 5. G. 7. 8 Hays, Thomas R. & Carol t I. 24 2 28 2 Walters, Ijurford E. & Frances Block 133 Lot 7 W. 6 Ft. of 8 ,s White. Stanley E., Sr. & I testimony in opposition to '#'
k VTVI Less He) 19.11 W. 3.31 I ces L. R. 3928. a bill that proposes a I :' r.Jf-,1.: Smokej'a Advice ;r11.
J'.Iock, 161 Lots 13. 1JB13t Cainey. W. C. Jr. & Julia AimLess Lots, 10 & 11 (In or.21 Pg. 310) G.A. I Block 140 Lot N'i of 2 Kittrell, William B. & Potato Allot
<&. ( He) 19.11 Prince Survey No. 1 24 2N 28 Williams, Clarence & Stella mock 141 Lot 4 Mixon. Joseph & Irrie 1 Acreage

Uock 168 Lot 4 Pilmer. Edward J. .86 5.13 ,i Block 142 Lot S'i of 8 McCo'loueh, Leo ( .
)lock lUll Li-t 14 Belue. W. F. .86 In DB 273 Pg. '461 Co. Rec. 2* 2 21 Melton Joseph & Marie %.31 mock 143 Lot N'ir of 1 McCcllough. Leo I 1962 PERSONAL TAXES

)lIoc! roo L jt 15 | Peele. H. E. .86 Lot 1 In or 23 Pg. 83 Co. Rec. G. A. Block 146 Lot N': of 5 Oliver, Tommie Lee &: COVE SPRINGS NAVAL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1
1o'1T Lots 8 t-; 16 Inc. Unknon %.31 Prince Survey 24 2 28 Durr. Lige J. & Ollie 2.81 I I -

Lhck 17th Lots 1, 211ock1I "t Andre s. (H.! W. &: Atl l, Sr. ..rfCreen. tn DU: 151 PI!. IV' Ci. R"c. 24 2 28 McMickens. Henry 2.31 Block 146 Lot N1: of 6 Albertie Thomas, Jr. Addas Amoco Service Advertising Station Agency 22 I :<,1)-
Lot 131oek : H. I\ .86 In DB 175 Pg. 256 Co. R te. 24 2 23 Freeman, William 1.22 Blcck 147 Lot S', of 6 Williams, Sarah | I AsttBs WMb-OMM, 11. j
; 130 Lots 7, 8Jiock Unknown 12" In or 6 Pg. 45 Ca. Rec. 34 2 28 Eaton. Roger L. &: Mary K. i Block 147 Lot E'z of 8 RobertS Albertie General Services Adminis Service Station Pure
( >
: ISO Lots 17. 13. 19 j To RD) Andrews, (Il.! W.. Sr. 1.22 (Less He. ) 8.24 mock 147 Lot W;: of 8 F'>berts, Albertie has advised me that they : Ieeke4s Oiib, ',.t
)Jock lilt Lot 20 Arrlrews. il. W. Sr. .86 Iff DB 263 Pg. 157 Co. Rec. 39 2 28 Jones. Charlie 4.13 I'.lock: 148 Lot Nb of 7 Lot 8 !fixen. Josiah
)llock "II Lot 4 T Belue. W. t'. ..861aggs. In DB 139 Pg. 237 (Less 30A) 40 2 28 Jewell. G. C. .86 I I Clock 149 Lot L1. 86 Ft. of 7 N. 61 Ft. jecommending to the Govern- : Blue Marlin Court 4'J
1 lu DP 275 Pg. 267 Co. Rec. 40 2 23 Braze!!, Hilton L. & Z. A. 4.13 Blue Moon Cafe :2J h'JI
.teck1& lAit 23 W. C. .H of 6Block Williams. Nel<;()n. i Operations Committees of I I Buccaneer Bakery &J.ID3ob
llluck 207! LoU 1, 2 Mormon-Null. Mrs. A. E. .&8 In DB 273 Pg. 1W Co. Rec. (Ex or 15 II 149 Lot S 36 Ft. of S4 of 6 Crisp. Buell M. Service Station
Carters Suwco
Itlock 2031446 Schroder, Fred .86 Pg. 545 Parcel No. 2) 40 2 28 1'razell!, H. L.; Kennison. C. I (mock 153 Lot 15 16 Freeman Elbe S. House and Senate that the 2:1:,14Atouo

Vl-ick! 2C3 Lots: 9. 12 tt) 15'Inc.In Merhaut. Mary 1 5Htppsley H. 37.70 I Block 154 Lots 17 to 20 Inc. BenJmin.: Amy (Est) Cove Springs Naval 1 Base Davis. Jr. 45 5-1
:342 life' 8 3 24! In DB 199 Pg. lllCo.Ree44223 4 Baldwin, Evelena 0. 4.13 .
1>1I 122:: Pg James 2.31 Block 157 Lots 11. 12 Morgarr. Mary Dlux & 1 I-i>
Iil< t7l Lot 17 Not all llifllard Terrace I in or .20 Pg. 339 Co. Rec. 41 2 28 Wilder. Arren & Addie M. 2.31 I Block 157 Lots 19, 20 Jc; nsor., Clarence & sold to the State of Florida Electric Dry Stoelwp Ctoayn v..,l

7ub.Illuck. I Murray. E. R. 1.33Dean. In or 22 Pg. 412 Co. Rec. 44 2 23 Hersey.. Carswell 2.31 !lock: 153 Lots 12. 13 Burgess H. V. $621,400 to be used for inda FerMtvdiiu: Janitorial Serrte, 2 :>iKr
1 Lot 22 S. 11ilh1IfTerrace N& Block 1 lAt 4 (Less W 105 Ft. Wilders I Block 166 Lots 7, 13 Freeman FJbe S. f .' 11.47
l ..& Charles II. 1.36 L'ab Plat No. 2) 44 2 28 Frederick. Harold E. & E. J. I mock 166 Lots' 8. 9 EMii'irrfe Vcrnitl J purposes. ?
Cart < eSd Q be. 4o jj
iu or 17 Pg. 423 Co. Rec. 9 3 24 McKinnon, lloiea: & Margaret (Less He) *" 55.81 Clock 166 Lots 17 to 20 Inc.. Mizell. ve ;ii"i i : OF KILLS INTRO- I 'eUf''ClUtJ ItewwIJve. ". uuru'''UL__'' ,It'I.
Lot Wilders Nassau River '
21 Front
t 73.41 ltlockl6GLot28 Rowland. Willard \V. fc .
in DH 128:! Pg. 74 Co. nee, (Ex or 3 Parcel 44228% Kephart. Francis W. &: Ila B \ L< 1 ) I. Jtwairy 27 4.
4'g. 408 Co. Ree) M24 2AV Williams Acellar 824 15.98 Block 167" Lots 12 to 16 Inc. Cover, Charles & Mary U. Hall 2283
t In or 3 Pg. 408 Co. Re .'., 9 3 24 Donely Divid & Mozella 2.31 Lot 5 St. Patricks Cove Jacobs Owen G. &: V. L. 10.42 favorable Departmental re James 0: & Nellie D. lurch 45 ).)
4a or 13 Pg. 554 O. RC9 3 24 Pearson, Mary 12 Lot 6 St Patricks Cove Turner Charles B. 5.07 Block 168 Lots 7, 8 Miller, Alberta : recommending the early ea- HOMJT Dripper liar & HfiU lIftgram 1:> II<
In or 18 Pg. 533 Co. Rec. 9 3 24Jrt Pearson Florine 1.22 Lot 13 St. Patricks Cove Franks Woodrow 114.83 BlOCk 163 Lots 9, 10 Walker, Joseph & Alfreda Furniture, Co. 22660'
or 17 I',. 6d Ca. Rtc. ((50 x 75)) Lot 17 St. Patricks Cove Tinsley, Ross 7.59! mock 170 Lots 3, 4 Coleman John D. & M. L. of a bill which I have Lauadro-Mat U6U
9 3 24 Lot SU of S> of 10 30 3 28 Bruce, Joe & Velma M. 91.96
Houghbrooks, Tob & Kate 37.20 2 Block 170 Lots 11, 12 Fleming Eligah W. & has beep submitted to Mellon Hardware C:* 1141:
Lot 57 1932410 Pilmer Edwin J. 3.39 Lot S4 of 23 (Less E. 93 Ft. of S'2. I I Merle Norman Cotmetic Sfcttio 18./
Co. 3 24 DB 72 Pg. 271 Co. Rec. 30 3 23 2 Phillips. Charles R. & Mary Chairman of the Committee
Jn or 17 Pg. 479 Re 20 Mid State Homes Inc. 36.70 In ? Block 172 Lots 29. 30 Melton. W. H. I William A. PweWey 13.* .
in or 9 Pg. 646 Co. Ree. "(Ex or 12 Pg. I J. 92.66 Block 180 Lots S, 7 Williams. Nelson ; Armed Services. The bill would W. A. Pwckley Contractor) 4",1
79Co. Rec.) 20\) 324 Davis. Oeorge & Edna R. 2.81 Lot 33 303286 Armstrong Emma (Est) 3.33 mock 180 Lot 8 Williams. Charles H. Willie Register 705Purtos
Jn DB 264 Pg. 34 Co. Rec. 21 3 2n. Silvers Arthur 0; Reynolds. Lot 7 Askins Five Points Melvin, Kenneth J. & JudithC. Block 181 Lot S4 of 7 Turner, David & Alice j. for the stockpiling, stor. F. Rodfen TV" Radx9MD -
Claude 55.31 10.92 Block 182 Lot Sub A & R of 2 Lot Sub and distribution of essential 2H4
of SE of NE% In or 22 Pg. 231SO. Lot 15 S. 50 Ft. of 16 Askins Fin N C&Dof 2 Fisher. Henry J including wheat and James Mason 133
: Rec. 22: 3 24 Smith James M. & Dorothy Points % Gold. Carl 1092 Block 187 Lot 2 Hull. Alice C. l StftfKil's RertaitfMt 68.JJ
5581 Lot 44 Five Points No. 2 Thompson Leonard &: LouiseM. Block 187 Lot N4 of 6 Walker. Hazel M. ( grains, to assure supplies to Shieli's Swap Shop 22 !Ii'')
;n or 10 Pg. 231 Co. Rec. 28 3 24 1 McConnell. Henry W. & MiW- t 229.66 Block 188 Lot 1 Ashe. Palmer J. M. civil defense Tyson Piumbtog u J
read C. %.81 Lot 23 Rayon Terrace Savage. Robert L. &: Dorothy Block 188 Lot 3 Renshaw, Samuel E. & I SCHOOL DISTINCT .NO. 2
)n or 18 Pg. 358 Co. Rec. 37 3 24 Kuhlman Verne & Wylerte C. 13.75 / R. in the event of an attack on Al's Cafe 11 02i
King C E. Sr. & Berth Block D Lot 4 Hardee Oak Grove No. 1 Thompson, James W. & Eleanor Block 198 N'j of 3 W. of Rd. 200 Durr. Lige & Ollie! i United States. I hope that I i I Bahama dt*> 71'5

I 1,383.06 10.92 Block 206 Lot '7' Simmons, Arthur Clark fruit Stand UWCraw. :
action will be taken in this
\.ot t2- 3242410 Kane, Francis M. 3.39 I Block 213 Lot N. 100 Ft. of W. 100 Ft. I B. C. 2W! 18
I In Chan.T.k.: 17 Pg. 545 4 IN 23 2 Pope Ella Mae :%..91fradick. OAK GROVE SUK NO. 3 1 of 1 ((100x100) Armstrong A. V. & matter during the pres J. J. II.... 4.'>ZL.
In 0H 284 Pg. 66 Co. Rec. (Ex 273 Pg. a. : session of D. I&etebothMa 16rfl
113 Co. Rec) 10 IN 25 4 H. W. "Reb 4 63Uurcb Block 1 Lot 8 Jones L. Derrell 4.16 Block 214 N. 42 Ft of C. cf 2. S. 53 'I Congress. J. K. J4UMW 16\1:!
In or 16 Pg. 140 Co. Rec 37 IN 25 .Doris C. 231 Clock L Lot 5 Hardee, W. L. & Elnora L. Ft. of D.of2 Samuels, Ollie Mae Tobacco Subcommittee of Ceeil Nettie 14.59
"In DB 216 Pg.. 158 Co. Ree. 14 2N 25 Ii Ioodman: Annie L. 2.31 5.12 Block 214 tub Lot N. 50 Ft. of S. 78. : House Committee on Agricul Orange Restauraat 18.USfwrtwiM :
'PT of NE V. of SE t.. of SE>4 mar12 Block L Lot 6 ._ Hardee. W. L. & Elnora L. Ft. of B of 7 Edwards, Vernita MU1 Shell Seofee Si-.
f.- 69 Co. Rec\ 191 25 I10atrlght, Jeneive 2.81 ";. Ji 283 Block 214 Sub WH of D of 10 Wi! of has scheduled a hearing: on Usa 36.33SCUOOL
ETJ1:?.. of SELess( 24A) Block L Lot 7 ; Hardee, W. L. & Elnora L. N 14 Ft of C of 10 Mote Francis & Wife bpI H. R. 100, to extend for l DISTRICT NO. 3A
19 2N 25 24 fabkely, Mary (Est) lUI 4.66 Block 215 Sub SU of B of I Reshard. Samuel & ).I. J. F. Mason (Betsurs t 1450!
In Wfr- Pg. 475 Co. Rec. Being PT. Lots 12. 14, 16 Cashen Lot 20 Phillips, Charlie R. & M. J. Block 215 N. 36 FL of A of 6. (AA In additional years the present D. H. Itacfcauan ; 36 1'1'
bf NE'i of S\Y'4 19 2N 25 1 Mitt !'tate Homes Ine 55.31 950 or 23 Pg. 134 Co. Rec.) Williams.:'Edward i permitting the !lease R. C. Haddock 599
Irt DB 202 Pg. 187 Co. Rec. 19 2N 25 Arline, Camelia St 11 Lot 11 Cashen Park Sub. Graham Dewey Nancy W. x transfer of tobacco I Billiard Variety Store 27 u:
In or 6 Pg. 438 Co. Rec. 191 25 Mellon, Missouri Bell 1.31 525 Block2llSubAOf2 Webb Roscoe C. & acreage j Baiiday Times Mtfel 8983
t in DB 104 Pg. 424! Co. Rec. 29 2N 25 1. Cl3'lt. %V. E. 5.93 Lot 5 Thomas Minor Crowley Albert J. & E. D. 2.79 I !. I am hopeful that we Holiday Tunes ResUuraat 17!) 52
\ *n DB 233 Pg. 46 Co. Fee 29 2N 25 Jones, Elliott E.. Jr. SUI In or 20"Pg. 599 Co. Ree. (AA) PT. of Block 216 Sub C of 4 Atkinson, D. 0. be able to obtain early paw1 HalMay Terrace MoW 7J t 95I
PT. of Lot 1 Block 4 In or :22! Pg. 511 Lot 8 313282 Jvey. George: E.- Jr. &: floUts Block 216 Sub D of 5 .- Monroe. S. JPaikley. ,/ j 1 King, Clartctte B. Yvwwe B. lO-;.1IO
I Co. Rec. Newcomb Sub. 31 2X 25 Blount, E. R. Juanita 2.81 A. H.42 Clock 218 Sub Lots AIi. C, D of 3 Wifflam A. & ]1';I of the bill by the House after I Manpng 9wu> Servke 742
4+lock :3 Lot N 200 Ft of 1 New comb In or 21 pg. 563 Co. Rec. 38 3 28 Walker. Robert Tyson &: Me bill js reported by the Com 1 Piae Oaks Hotel? 5761
Sub 3222425! RunkJey. Angelia Carter 4.63 Gloria J. 1.72 Block 228 Sub F of 8 Williams. Esther : Trooteal Gift Step 34.30
J in or 19 Pg. 609 Co. Rec. Being InClock In or 21 Pg. 501 Co. Rec.) (60 x 100) Block 230 Sub B of 2 Miller Joha I on Agriculture. : Garland Wade. 36.ID
3 New comb Sub 32! 2N 25 lIow rd, Ellis & Vera Jean 1.72 5O'S 23 Nobles Charles J. &: Lillie I. Block 230 Sub D of 2BlockZ3OSubDof3SubCOf Pratt James H. SCHOOL: DISTRICT NO. 4
I 4n or 19- P:. 12 Co, Rec. Bern* In 3.67 3 Griffin, Dora Fay I PASSED BY TilE : Bob Carter (Gulf Station 18.19*!
\ Block 3 New comb Sub 32! 2N 25in (haven: Dorothy M. 1.72 In or 3 Pgt: 220:: Co. Rec. Lot 16 Glen. Block230SubAofl Williams A. J. & !J. L. Feb Carter (BIle SwMe.t 18 U:
J DB 2W Pg. 298 Co. Rec. 42 2N 25 ,. Marshall E. J. 1.22 wood 50323 Goodell. A. J. & Ann V. 4.63 I Block 230 Sub A of 8 Lindsey. 'Paul Intangible Personal
4n DB 18 Pg. 437 Co Rec Ex DU 268 In E. Portion (Less 1U of Lot 2 & In Block 231 Sub "D" of 1 Williams Rudolph Gregory N. B Property
Fg. :65. (Ex DB 262:! Pg Rl) DB 77 Pg. 456 & DB 97 Pg. 16)) Less Block 231 Sub N. 72 Ft of D o19 Babb. Mrs. Robert House has gassed II.R. 12, Joseph Came IH 3.62COLLWTOR
I" 51224233 Do at right. Marion 693 iLk) (Ex 262 Pg. 57) (CEx or-1 Pit. 1 I Block 231 Sub C of 10 Babb, Mrs. Robert Health Professions Educa
Jn or 6 Pg. 432 Co. Rec 51 2N 25 1.ln Davis, H. L. 2.31 137) (F.X er 3 Pg. 53)) 50 3 28 %tIn Bryson. Alice L. 1069 Block 232 Sub S. 58 Ft. of A of 2 N. w. HALL TAX
DB 272 Pg. 25t Co. Pee 51 2N 25 Stalcup Seth H. & H. V. 366 89 W Part of Lot 3 50 3 28 53 Cryson: Alice L. 201 I un.of B of2 Carter, Emma Assistance Bill, the purpose .AllAV:, .UffIJ'r
Jr DB 275 Pg. 350 Co. Rec. 511 25 Mid State Investment Inc. 54.81 In DB ISO Pg. 130 Co. Rec. 19 3 23 3 Miner Mrs. F. B. 7.34 ,Block 232 Lot W'i of S. 44 Ft of C I
Pg. 53 Co. Rec. 51 IN 25 J. W. Lot 32 Fdna. Reach Replat Meade H. J:. Albert & Elsie .
Jn DU 271 1 Keen. : Weintraub Henry njr of 2 W. 50 Ft of p of 3 Patterson. : --- - -
8.24 I Lot 8 Bucks Fdna leach- No. 1 Dobbins. Marguerite S. 160.56 Clock 232 N. 44 Ft of A of 4 Roberts. Alberta l ," :
j kot 32! 3\\ P. Page Sub 511 25 Cheshire. Angus W. & S. M. Lot 34 Bucks Fdna Beach No. 1 McKendree. L. A. & Joyce Block 232 SubCof3N.44 Ft. olD < Am Mt of

4.63 I 15.16 of 4 Sub Bol3 Roberts. Alberta of'. ,wd>Sre. Tp. Eg. .Acres."- "t Owaer, Taxesadd
lot 59 J. P. Page Sub. 51 2N 25 Plair Rubin- 4.13 I Lot 36 Bucks Fdna teach No. 1 McKendree LA. &: Joyce Block 244 Sub A. n, C of 4Iloek2SOLntPartcif4N'i Bova James H. ft J. M. -t" J" : : Costs
)ot 69 J. P. Page Sub. 51 %N 25 Melton. James Henry; Jones. i (Less He) 69.60 'I of 3 Fracxt .
Florence 4 63 I Block 1 Lot 1 S 4 of 2 Uucks Fdna.. G.I I ( : 7 Buchan CordeH & UWa
:Jolt! of (Less S\Vl. W4 of NEH cfNWli Beach No. 2 flaunt Earnest B. & Clara TOn .

15S: 25 578 Darby, F. W. 144.37 I 115.83 BIOCk25GLOtS'i-OIS Smith. Mary V.
a .Ailof 44323253 Darby F. W. 64.59 Block 1 Lot. 12 South Beach Sub. Morgan. W. D. 14.66 Lot 2 S. 10 Ft of 3 Sorensen Terrace Tiliakos, Mrs. Pete 5 Lots 10. 12, 13. 14 >, KIt. FJaj-d D. & Juafiita, _
Jn DU 182 Pg. 84 Co. Rec. 20 4 25 10 Haddock. R. C. 3.03 Block 263 SH of 9 Tayjor' Clarence L. &: 809
Jn or 15 Pg. 366 Co. Rec. 34 4 25 '1jft Alderman Benjamin. & Mae SR.,\'IEW SUB H. 1 Lots 10, 13. 14 : I H0lqy. M; wpa 14.79
Etta 3.89 13 Lots 1.2" SIft- CteHdruetfco C.. 114.13
or ifpg. :23! Co. Rec. 35 4 25 4 Geter... Clinton & Lillie Mae 195Melton. Block 5Lots1t5N.I0FtoZLot$' mock 274 Lots 10 to 14 Inc. Barber. ErteDe 27 Lou 3, 4,, I l4Ifle&rt 'ROlefl J:, & D. C.
)n or 18 .Pg. 461 Co. Rec. PT. of SW'4 68 Z7IAtS28to32In ,- -: Pinckley.. William. A. & J. M. I: Block 274 Lots 19. 20, 21 Inc., Creeden Hobart K. & i 5683
of NEU (Lot 6) 35 4 25 Marie & Joseph 2.81 S. R. of Wfc,% S ni of s" clOut Markh-aap,' Arttm..... c fc J'lDl.1
V Vr.. of Lot 9 In DB 19 Pg. 215 Co. I Block 5 LoU 1 to 5 N. 10 Ft.. of Lots Pinkle, William A. &: J..1!? !I Block 275 Lots 18 to 22 Inc. SUHweU. John .& Elizabeth 29' 14.T2Arthar
5* H1 26 gjpp Edwin E. 8.24 6 &: 27 Lots 23 to 32 Inc. (Less He) 321.12 j Ft of SU of Out Lot 229 Msra .. C It Flwu
c1'I Lot 9 In or-1 Pg. 418 Co. Rec. I GA. IDNA. BEACH SUB. A Block 279 LoU 25. 28 S'i! of 27 to 30 7.86
f i>ut) LoU 2'1.1 47, 43. 49. 50 51 14 JN 26 Sapp Pr. E. E. & Mary 33.31Debra [ Lot 10 Hinson J. FuHwood .951! Inc. Little. Emmett C. .. .
PT. of Lot 9 In or 18 Pf. S73 Co.' Rtc. I Lot" Carter. A. W. HM | Block 295 LoU S. 30 dterh. Charles V .'\ 3&&S&8cowaos"V
V \ i42N3WI Q. Sapp 8.24 Lot 111 ..__ .-.....3- --: Bmson. j. ruhrood &23'' Block 3U2ittofLotfZ.cffiR: BOW Dun. Life It OIL _


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1 m_ APARTMENT, newly decorated 1 IF YOU HAVE. a drinking prob-i Robert Wilcox

I $30. 111 S. 5th St. tic I lem, write Alcoholics Anony I i pepper

WANT AD RATES mous. Box 338. city.. EL-6-7700 Seafood RecipesSNAPPER U cup butter, or other fat, j I Completes Aircraft

124% SOUTH 5TH St. Two bedroom ) I, melted S
.05 per word .75 minimum house furnished. M9c I FLOOR SANDING and< refinish. ESCABECIIE 1 tablespoon paprika I Maintenance Course

Card of Thanks, Resolutloas ii g. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. Sprinkle both sides...of fish with !1 (
I Fort Rucker Ala. AHTNCArmy ) -
I and Similar Notices ONE BEDROOM furnished apt. Phone 2614609. tfc 2 pounds.snapper fillets or I $alt and pepper. Place on greased ; (
Robert E. Wilcox
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.03 per word $l.GU minimum Call 2C1-4G5C. tie I steaks (or any ether variety of broiler skin side odo Brush
pan, \.n. I of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilcox, 5

Cal! 201-3686( or 2 l.l681: .\LEXXDEUPTS.. I W ANTE 1)I fish 0 tablespoons) lemon juice I with melted! butter into which is I II Points, Fernandina Beach, Fla.,

or place ad at office MODERN, FURNISHED apt. :217: I flour I blended the paprika. Broil 3'1 completed a five-week basic airy

511 Ash N. Fletcher No.3. Hot water ,' WANTED TO BUY, used play craft maintenance course at The
Street butter from souce of heat for 5-6 :min !
pen in good shape. Phone 2fil44CO. I Aviation Center Fort Ridker,
furnished, $GO month, year 1 :clove garlic ,
I tfc utes. No turning of fish is neces j Ala., April 19.
round. Apply apt. 1. Phone 261. II 1/8 cup orange juice sary. '

FOR 3114. tfc 113 cup olive oil I During the course, Wilcox received .
I up payments I % minced onions Good with' this dish are french r instruction in the operationof

SMALL HOUSE close in, plentyof I on living room, dining 1/8 cup teaspoon Tabasco green fried potatoes, grapefruitpurpleonion J Army airfields and in the servicing -

USED LAWN MOWERS. Good shade. Couple only. No dogs. room, bedroom and three room salt: salad, green beans aman- ; and maintenance of fixed

selection. Phone 2314482. tfc. Apply Seaside Motel, 261-4503 groups of furniture. ABSOLUTELY dine and lemon pie. f and rotory wing aircraft
NO fish
tfc down payment! remove ,
300 ACRES WITH MATHER OF FERNANDINA, 'bone Place 3 tablespoons of the FANCY FISH 'n GRITS I Wilcox entered the Array in
9,000 feet
FOR BEACH RENTALS call 329 S. 8th St.- M9c lemon juice in a bowL Dip fish December 1962 and completed
frontage U. S. :
on 17 at Yulee. 261-4642, W. I. McCranie.! tfc. I |in juice, then rub with flour. Prepare grits, seyeral hours before ',basic training at Fort Jackson,
$400 ,
per acre. Willing to trade they are to beervd..11erhow

part for ocean front home or1 t THREE BEDrtOOM house, Five'1 LOST Brown bowl In butter Place in a shallow -I : :. f *. ., '. $ S.; The C. 23yearold'sojdier is' a-
and with's3u :
lot cover e % 1 t :
at Fdna. Beach. I 'M..l *
Richard 1
Call 2G1-5421. milk .
Points. tIe made quart t'* J'rnduate'of Fernandina Beach
Darker 2724 Park I HAND TRUCK in of Old bf combining a crushed .
St., Ph. EV : vicinity is how-- ,i j" \. i.
8-2CM, Jax. MSOpj NICE ROOM with private bath, | Jax. road. Please phone 2G13224 clove] ,of, jrailic: remaining lemon 1 'cup grits ./: .', .. 'f High School.

I I private entrance half block juice;, orange juice, olive ,oil, and :
Curl Quaitltbaum. Mtfc 1 salt *. '*,' '
THREE; BEDROOM home, O'Neil i from Post Office. Phone 2G14 ] ---- - ::'.,' :.::.:;" .:. :',. fjJ.111, minced onion. Add Taba'co and 1 'cup teaspoon grated Gru1"efer- ; ',. ,* ;1-: .. ,:"\\) at ibwBweoi needs, part'cul-from!
: salt to taste. Pour fish and any DO\VVI .
with(411.( Can be financed. ;J41. or 2G1-518G. tfc PUBLIC NOTICE over 113 butter' for
I marinate in cup topping customers and fewer from thegovtnnieot"
I'hone 'over ,
2GM78j after 4 p.m.Will I TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA Copr. LAF Service 1 ;: (
trade for house I FURNISHED NEWLY decorated ) NOTICE piJ'htor> longer (the longer the -
trailer. ': : ";': :' I
14.R.!. 1/3 grated Parmesan
downstairs apt. 1C N. 5th St. NOTICE Is t.ereby given that the better). cup l
MICp Phone 2G1-4227 tic Trustees of the Internal Improvement THAT DOWN PAYMENT BETTER cheese' -
Fund cf tne Sute of Horiaa will of. Serve .to 6 with tomatolettucesalad
LOT loa x 200 on Cumberland fer for sale and receive competitive t NOT: BE OVER 838. THAT'S ALL buttered Bring milk to boil, Add butter into squares and pour into shnl-
I UPPER IECK APIS. Completely green peas; tiny
sealed bids for a State Drilling Lease rut'into small pieces Graduallyadd low buttered easiierole. Pour the
Island for sale For further information I' furnished including TV for oil. gas. sulphur. salt and/or WE HAVE IN THE BAH\\<. hot'rolls,' and apple' Betty. Very ,
write Mrs, W. A. brines covering the interest of the good! ", grits (not instant kind), Let additional mo'ted! butter over j-rita
Brinjjii-r 14135: Jefferson Phone 2G1-3118. tfc said Trustees cf the Internal Improve. boil again 'and continue cooking and sprinkle with the grated Par
Miami 8, Fla. M9c! I, FURNISHED APT. V blocr from ment sovereignty} und lands in the in following tne Ccunty described of I, BROLED FILLETS PINKY until mixture is thick and grits i mesan cheese. heat in hot oven;

-- ? Nassau in the State of Florida, town PUBLIC NOTICE soft. Remove from heat and add 400 degrees F., for 30 minutes...
'I -----------I! Post Office, electric ki'chen: : 1' ,A 2 pounds fillets of trout red. 'I
MODERN salt. Beat with electric mixer for Run under broiler heat before
I private entrance. Phoni :2ol4141 !( All or any part of the lands belonging >1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THC fish
I acreage. Brick, 3 bedrooms, or 2C1-5180. tfc I to the State of Florida and lOtRTH: JLDICI1L CIRCUIT IN j mackerel, or other fishI I 5 minutes. Pour into casserole serving to brown top. Serve with

J hardwood floors, fireplace, bath i ianl I ur:.: rJ.)ing the St. Marys River. AND. toil NASSAU COLVTY, tLORIIH. CAPITOLLETTER teaspoon salt i dish and set aside. When ready to I crisply fried fish fillets. Enoughfor
cf land -
being a strip approximately '
) %, separate dining room, t[ DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: (llie hundred (100) ieci in \\idtn IV l'IIASCERCASE NO. -. 1/8 teaspoon frehlground. prepare for dinner,, cit the grits 8. .
fence:, VA. npprove bed of the to the Plaintiff,
or river mean
?,305.: tfcELECTRIC. Calhoun Street
across street
_. high tide mark being the bound -vs.
from school. (St. Joseph's Aca.dmy ary line of the adjoining riparian JOHN WARREN STILLWAGGOV,
STOVE, vacuum landowner; said strip of land com Defendant
). Phone 2G1-4200 or 2C1- BY JERRY MOCK
cleaner, baby bod. See Saturday mencing dt a pint on the i'l. brings
:.1X00.) tie Marys River at the intersection cf STATE OF FLORIDA
before 5 p.m.,212, N. 14th. t.e outitMe&terly boundary cf Sec. '10: JOHN WARREN STILLWAOGON Tallahassee The House of
.' I tion Forty.three ((43)). Township 0114 Sutphin Jloulevard I
__ __ __ 1 tour toil tfuitu, Itange Tueiity Jamaica, Lung l&uinU. Representatives You fife!
15 FT. HALSEY boat 15 'BEDROOM FURNISHED three ((23) East (Martha: Dell New York month of the current legislative i biggest .MAYTAG SALE EVER during .

H.p.1 apt, private entrance. 421 N. (,r tnt) and the extension thereof You are hereby notified tint: a suithas session will\\ be controlled to a':
Hvinrude and trailer, $2D5. Ph. vuui the center line of the St. beer: filed against, you in abjve
2rM187. !) 3rd. tk Marys River. and thence running entitled cause, and that you are here great degree by 24 men members -
_. M9p constream; a distance of approximately by required to file your answer with of the House Rules Commit .* *
TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, fJteen15) miles to a tne Clerk of this Court and to serve a I
..AI.EXAXmmPT8.. point of the intersection of said copy thereof upon the Plaintiff or
317 N. FLKTCIIKIl furnished. All electric kitchen. centerline of tne St. Marys River Plaintiffs attorney whose name and I tee.This is not unusual, for as leg- : -
Phone 2G1-52G9 or 201-3230. tic uiiu tne Northerly extension of address is:
4 UNIT APTS. Completely fur. I the West boundary of Section Thirty Mercury N. Kavouklis islative proposals pile up some

ni!hed. Call Jax., Fla. after ((5, SMALL UNFURNISHED house .nine (o9)), Tovinsiup Five (5)) P. 0. Box 462 1,400 already have been introduced -I
I hortn Kange Twenty-four (U4) 24 South 4th Ltreet I
.:PO.. 5-1. ICO. M23c for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call East (Sarah Petty (rant): said Fernandina leach.: Florida as of this writing only a
-- 2Gl-5277forfuithcr information. tract cf land to include but not not later than May 25tn, 1963.If portion of them have any chance ,
I SPARTAN TRAVEL TRAILER. be limited to, the beds and bottoms you fail to do so, decree pro con-
25 foot self contained. One bedroom tic of tae bt. lur>';> River and all of fesso will be entered agaittst you for of gaining passage. I
the water bodies, streams creeks, !the lelief demanded in the Complaint. The rules committee thus is setup
new fri iJnire. Beautiful rwo BEDROOM unfurnished bayous, laguons. lakes, inlets and Toe nature of the suit being divorce. I
ly furnished. Inquire Shiell's triDutanes of tne St. Marys River Witness my hand and the seal of said to decide which bills get favored
house. including all islands formed by Court at Fernandina Beach Nassau treatment and come up on
Swap Shop, 511 S. 8th St. tfc & if if said rier; said tract for the pur. County. Florida this 24th day of Ap.'il consideration. I
I the House floor for
poses herein described snaIl be AD. 1DKL
WAREHOUSE & OFF1CE. Phone TWO ROOM furn. hcd apartment said ta contain approximately one s- D. 0 OXLEY The unusual feature this year I
2G1-3549. TV hundred eighty-one and eight,tenths Clerk of the Circuit Court
tfc is that 'after the first 20 days of I
,. __ _. ((1..1.11), acres, mote or less. : 4t 4 25. 5 %, 9. 1 16 I
-- -'u. : II. F. SAflLMANPHONE Said Trustees have determined that --- the session each bill (other than I
PAINT for 201-3221 the lease hail require royaity pa "'
local legislation) must gain approval I
every purpose, colors and white. ments of cne-eighta in kind or in PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE
DistributorSWELL'S SWAP Vaiuc for oil ana gas proJacid frelI OF APPLICATION FOR of the rules committee before I
said laixJs and fifty cents per long TAX DEED it for consideration -
can come up ,
UOP, 511 ,South 8th St. HELP WANTEDTWO ton for sulphur. Salt and/or brines See. 194.16, F. S. around !
produced fro.n said lands. and an annual NOTICE IS HEREDY lIVEN that (there are ways to get
HOUSE TRAILER with Frowns rental of ten cents per acre in Cornell Benjamin the holder of the! this but they are most difficult).
EXPERIENCED waitresses advance for first 25c acre I
attached. Terms arran lod. Ph. I for immediate employment. Lan-I j for second >ear. year 50c per per acre for following certificates certificates for a tax has deed filed to I! be said is.. This approval by the rules committee Look what

SC1-52J4.: tfc non's Firebird Restaurant, UJ!1 year third tnereafter year and $100 Primary per tenn acre of per the sued thereon. The certificate numbers takes effect also in the you can buy a World Faymous MAYTAGfor
aid >ears of Lsuance. the descriptioncf Senate 'but usually not until the'
V HOMESITE" S. 17 North Yulee Florida. MDc I lease will be ten )'ears.
the arrJ the
; U A on the NU property names in sessIon. I
be' the baI5'of of the
The bidding shall on fading days
su River Beautiful higu COOK \WAlTRESSES.llust !I i a cash consideration fur the lease i Which it was No.assessed .are as follows House it took effect
AND I tne amount of which cash considera I Certificate 2J6: Year of Issuance session in the during these 3 BIG DA YS

I and dry lots at Nassauville have' health card. Apply in per. lion shall inc:ude offer of rental for I lOCI Description cf Property Clock 242 Sub i mid-way, after 30 dajs.There I II II. .

Others with waterfront privil. son, Blue Seas. MDc! the first )ear at the rate stated above B. D. of Lot 2 City of Ternandina t has been some disgruntlement -
of the lease form is availablefor
Copy leach:
Small payment. '
eges. situation but
-- -- ---- inspection in the State Land orIfice over ,
I Term to uit. I'hone Francis GREATEST PART OR full time I ot the Trustees of the Internal Name Irown.: in which assessed. Mamie. much of it has been aimed at the

}:lIi.,, POpular 5-2CC1,. Jacksonvilli ): opportunity open in Fernandina i'Tallahassee,''I Improvement, Florida.land Elliot The .suecetsfali Building, I' All! of said property being in the. confusion resulting from the bottleneck. -' MAY TAG
County of Nassau State of Florida.. IS
ffc.UlUiB Beach.: Earn up to $H5 and more i i I bidder will be required to pay all Uuefrj/ *uch tertificjte or certificates A larger house, more
from the start I j I costs of advertisement: of this Notice '
- serving s all be redeemed according to newcomers, more business to I Automatic
: SHADED) J LOTS at Amelia Watkins customers household All bins luUbi oe "uecuu.pa.tieu D/ laU e property described in :uch 4-CYCLE
Certified or Cashier's Check f.r tic certificate certificates will be sold transact, means the bottleneck : ,
100 X 145. $10 down $10 I I product with Good Housekeeping full amount of the cash consideration I' to the highest bidder at the courthouse becomes more acute. Washers

per month. Call Howard Hammond Gu: rnntee. Full or part offered as bid. door on the first Monday in I
One legislator complained for
Sealed bikes be filed in the ,
may ,
Month pf Jurte. 1963, which is the 3rd
:2Gl-37U.! : f: time man or woman needed at St:1teL.nj: Office, Trustees of the day of June 1963. instance, that since the ,rules 'p -
---- ---- once. Set your own hours. No Internal Improvement I Iund Elliot Dated this 2nd day of May 19G3 1&
had been divided into
MODERN: FOUR BEDROOM: f. 1ft investment.Vrite Watkins Pro- Building Tallahassee, Florida, in advance (SEAL) D. O Oxley 4-CYCLES 88i
cf the sale date hereinafter subcommittees he couldn't find
bath home m":ar new school. Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassau ,
ducts, Dopt M-l, P. 0. Box I !>stated or may be presented to the I County. Florida.
out who considering his bill. Automatic
was Fully
$GU.50 month with leasoiubledown 2147 Memphis Tenn. ,I Trustees si their meeting OR said 4ts 5,2, 9, 16,23: Sith
MIGp date in advance cf the opening of the I Another complained bills were
payment ---- -- --- -- bide The sealed bids will be opened l being at the of the hat : : Lint Filter Tub Trade
tf # -:- GIRl7 FOR GENERAL office an1 read at themeeting of the said PUBLIC NOTICE,

THREE BEDROOM f, l'i baths.m':1'JUrul work. Must be accurate \\ithifiguies. J Trustees June 11. PiGS! at 10:00: AME I NOTICE TO CREDITORS: without tegislatots: being given r;_ j Water Level Control
( S T,) in toe Board Room of the rLOIUU.STATUTES advance warning they could
lot near high sihool. Good
Some typing. Governor's office in the Ltate Capitol 1
$10,000ith $350 dO\\ I, $GJ.50 working conditions. Excellent I l.uiloing, Tallahassee, Honda JIDI.E. NASSAU COUNTY, fLOU- prepare to defend or attack them. ; Water Temperature ,
m9nth. benefits and Said Trustees reserve the right to re- IDA IV PROUVTE. All of which adds to the confusion i : Selector
i and all bids. _
I I jetS any In re: Estate of
fr for ORDER of the Trustees of the of this trying session. f I
Phone 225-5122 appointment. I) I'.Y MORRIS C. MOORE Deceased: ; Giant Sized Tub
STILL NEW: MASONRY, three tic Internal Improvement Fund cf the To All Creditors and Persons Hiving Here is a list of the rules committee I m

bedroom home, $600 down, only Equal Opportunity Emplorer State of Florida.Farris Bryant Governor. Claims: or Demands Against Said Estate which will have life or I : k Safety Lid Snitch

$55 month including tax and in -- Attest: Van H, Ferguson You and each of you are hereby death control in the House over iI" :

A surance. ; GUARANTEED N. Y. li\'e-in Director Secretary notified and required to present any many bills the remainder of th '' _
4tS 5.9, 16, 23, 30 Model A-100 -
claims and demands which
I ; ad you. session
maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare :
ft -- ---
either of you. may have against the
EXTRA I&, Three bedroom ,vanced. Mallory Agency, 57G I PUBLIC( NOTICENOTICE estate of Morris C. Moore. deceased William V. Chappcll Jr., Marion -

home. Not a project top neigh. Merrick Rd., Lynbrook, N. Y.MICp. OF INTENTION Judge tate of of said Nassau County County, to the Florida County at chairman; F. C. Rowell, Sum-

I borhood. $12,600ith $COO TO MIKE APPLICATION his office in the court house of said ter, vice chairman; C. Fred Ar-
_ _
County at lerndndina Beach. Florida
down. rington, Gadsden; John L Ayers,
I CLERK FOR CLOTHING store. I ILORIDSTATUTES within six calendar months from the _
IN COURT OF TilE COUNTY JUDGE time of the first publication of this Hernando; Julian Bennett, Bay;
List experience, age, references. NASSAU COUNTY, STATE OF notice. Each claim or demand shall Wilbur Boyd, Manatee; Hal Chaires : .
three bed. -
masonry Write Box AJ c'o News Leader. ILORIDl. IV PROKATE. be in writing and shall state the --
room home, reasonable down tfc In re the Estate of place of residence and post office address Polk; Velborn Daniel Lake; I I Over 14,000,000

payment and monthly payments. Estrlle (rund Reynolds Deceased.To of the claimant and shall be David C. Eldridge, Dade; Osee R. Months No
I All Whom It May Concern: < sworn to by the claim At. his agent, Fagan Alachua Griffin 24 To Maytags have been sold
Ben dur-
S Notice is hereby given that Charles or attorney, and any such claim or ; Hill Payments J 15

John T. Ferreira & Son I SITUATION I Executor I!. Reynolds of filed the his estate final of report Estelle as demand not so Mabel filed C.shall Mocre.be void. Jr., Polk; J. J. Griffin, Os- Pay ing the Last 56 years. Until une
ceola H. E. Lancaster GilchrUt
50 Phonr 2614571 WANTED Crund: Reynolds, deceased; that he As administratrix of the Estate of -- -- ------ -- -- ,
------b I filed his petition for final discharge Morris C. Moore, deceased. Woodie Liles, Hillsborough; Frank -
DOZIER & GAY PAINT ari that he will apply to the Honor. Thos J. Shave Jr. Marshburn
Paint I Levy; R. 0. Mitchell,

now for Spring: Complete RELIABLE COLORED girl wants able Nassau J. E. Weatherford.County. Honda County on Judgeof the 4ts Attortay For Administratrix 52, 9, 16, 23 Leon; William G. O'Neill, Mar MAYTAG Home

stock, colors and white, for regular days work. Phone 2(514814. ( 23th day of Mav l'K3.! for approv 1'1' 01 -- ion; Bobby. Russ, Wauchula; Jack Laundry Package !
same and for final discharge as Executor -
every kind of paint job. M9p of the estate of Estelle Grand PUBLIC NOTICES Saunders, Monroe; S. C. Smith,
SWELL'S SWAP SHOP, 511 ---- ---- Reynolds, :deceased on the 8th day of NOTICE TO CREDITORS Desoto; George G. Stone, Escam- !

South 8th St.FOR. YOUNG LADY WANTS job typing May. 1063. IV TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT bia; James Sweeney, Volusia and With the purchase of a World Famous IaytVrin Washer
shorthand Charles B Reynolds ; ,
filing. Full or IV AND FOR NASSAU COUNT,
-- ---- -- ---- part.time.Phone 2G1-3178 MICe Executor of the estate of ILORIDI. IV PROI1ATE. Harry Westberry, Duval.., i You will receive the following absolutely FREE .
Estelle (:rund Reynolds, deceased. Case Number 2021.
: RENT Albin C. Thompson. Jr, In- re: Estate of Joseph Minify !
Attorney for Executor. Askins. deceased.To PUBLICNOTICE 1. Heavy Duty Drain Tubs Imagine get the
308 Atlantic
LOVELY VACATION Fercjndina Beach. Florida. Having Claims or Demands Against 9, 1963 2. Giant box of Tide '
'I. oceanfront 4t 5-9. 16 23 30 Said Estate: NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVZN. that -

downstairs apartment I You, and each of you. are hereby pursuant to _Ejection 9, Chapter 18296 3. Big i sturdy clothes basket $3 000
\ with fences in ytrd. Sleeps 10 PROBLEMS Have bi:, PUBLIC NOTICE notified and required to present any Laws of Florida known as the Murphy -
claims and demands
which or Act, the
I )'ou. fallowing described land
to 12 people. Phone 2G1-3174. 1 clean truck for local moving. NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO APPLY either of you tmay have against the in Nassau County, Florid*. will be
tie Also, complete lawn mainten FOR THC P1SS1I.E OF LOCAL estate of Joseph Manley Askins. Deceased offered for sale at public outcry for
I LEl.lSLATIOV AlFECTLVd TilE late of Nassau County 1'101"ida. the highest and best cash for '
bid. laundry package i
-- -- --- --- subject
--- Phone 2G1-5135.
ance. M16p CITY OF FERN 4NDIVA BEACH to the Honorable J E. Weather the
APTf t to right of the Trustees of the Internal ,
FURNISHED GARACE -- ------ NASSAU COUNTY. FLOaWA. ford. County Judge of Nassau County Improvement Fund to reject 0 your old! washer when
electrically! equipped hot and LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with f NOTICE IS HEREBY Given that. and file the same in his office in the any and all bids at the Courthouse 0
cold water. Phone 201-4258. II Dex-A-Diet tablets. A full application will be made to the Leg. County Court House in Nassau County beginning at 10:00. o'clock A. M on I II. you trade it for a '
islature of the State of Florida
during Florida within six calendar the 17th., day of June 1963 Outride
., : : M9p weeks supply only 98c at Lock- its 1963 regular session, or during any months from the date of the first pub- of municipalities easement for road I I brand new Maytag
-- -- wood'a Drugs. MICc I' special session thereof, for the pass lication hereof. Each claim or demand nght-ofway 200 feet wide! win be reserved
TWO BEDROOM I, unfurnished, age of a special law affecting the shall be in writing and shall stale from any parcel through t \ wringer
City of Fernandina Beach. Nassau the place of residence and post office which there is an existing state road. I
downstairs apt. Newly decorated VANITY BEAUTY SHOP County Florida, the substance of said 'I address of the claimant and shall be As to all lands title to one-half of all I ,
tile floors. L. L. BOHAN- Thrifty permanent wave, $5.95. proposed law is an ac to amend Section sworn to by the claimant his agent petroleum and three-fourths of another i
H of the Charter of the City of or attorney, and any such claim or pineraIsriD..
NON, Real Estate, 13 N. 4th Distinctive service, budget Fernandina Beach, Florida, the same demand not so filed shall be void. fissionable material is reserved.reserved. All
St Phone 2CI-52C9. MOc prices. Telephone 26MC8G for being Chapter 8949 Laws of Florida Dated May 6. 1963. DESCRIPTION I 3
----- Special Acts of 1921; the purpose of :s, NANCY ASKINS HERRING Block 4 Lot 6 OLD TOWN of
ONE OR TWO BEDROOM fur- appointment tIc this local. law uill be for the electionof Nancy Askins Hemng. as ExecutrIX Fernandina Beach.TRUSTEES City th HARD BROS. pays
a Major for a one jear term to be of the Estate of Joseph Man- OF ,THE INTERNAL
nUhed air-conditioned apt. Electric HOME. MADE POUND cakes, elected by the quafefied electors of ley Askins deceased. IMPROVEMENT FUND OF THE !
kitchen the Qtv of FentmduM: teach /HERBERT Wm. FISHLER STATE Only
and heat OF FLORIDAy
By week
layer and birthday cakes
pies. CITOF
REACH Attorney for Nancy Askins Herring. D. 0. Oxley p
month or year. Phone 2C1-589C. All kinds. Can Patricia Lodrre J BY: /$; J. CLAYTON SANDERS as Executrix of the Estate of Joseph Agent Trustees I. I. Fund 218 ATLANTIC AYE. PIT 261.3GOI
tie 261-5332. tic ManagerIt MarJey Askins deceased. Nassau County Fttrlda. ,
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Page Twelve News-Leader Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday May 9, 1963 t -
--- News From Revival Services CusYdnfMade

s The Rec CenterBY At Five Points Slip Coders-Drapes. ;
Time To Clean and Store Baptist ChurchThe t GUARANTEED


Those Blankets and Quilts THURSDAY, MAY 9: 13)) in the Conference ,Room at Rev. Elwin Anderson, evangelist -I t FREE ESTUIA TESJerry's
3:30 p.m. of Jacksonville, will deliver -
A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine. Playschool in the Game Room
Your Local Medical Society and the Tap Dance Class in the Audi the sermons for revival ser- Draperies
Florida Medical Association.THE at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. vices at the Five Points Baptist !
USE OUR NEW I Adult Cera torium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne ;t ,a
nits Class in the & Covers
Church Slip
SICK CHILD'SRECOVERY Owens, Instr. beginning May 12 and I
I Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m.,
Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. Ballet Class (9-11)( ) in the Audi- continuing through May 19. I none 261-.iv41 1120, $q|uth 8th St.AUTO .
I Home Demonstration Club in torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Rev. Anderson will bring his .
Children with chronic diseaseor t .
COMMERCiALWASHERS first message Sunday evening at .
the Conference Owens, Instr. ,
a physical handicap need special Room at 1000 the 7:45 worship hour. :
care and nursing for long Atlantic Avenue Playground, I
I I periods of time. If the child is a.m.Ballet Class ((3 & 4 yrs.) in the supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., Rev. and Mrs. F. A. Picker, Jr. I .
: at home the aim is to try to Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne Hugh Sides, Supv. of the Yulee Baptist Church will AIR-CONDITIONERS
j make it possible for him to live direct the music and the nursery
I as other children do. To the Owens, Instr. Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in will be for all services. II"
I child temporarily deprived of Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., open iRE-CHARGED
the activity of normal childhood Auditorium at 2:30 p.m.,. Julanne Martha Jean Puletti Instr. Rev. J. W. Keen, pastor, extends -' \
a program should be arranged a cordial invitation to the
Owens Instr.
that will permit work I Ballroom Dance Class (high membership and to the public, to : ALL MAKES AND MODELS : Ii
25 Ib. loads only SIc I play, sleep, rest and nutritional Ballet Class ((5 & 6 yrs) in the School; teens) in the Game Room attend each service and the bas-
meals. Children convalescing at Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne nt 7:30 p.m.Barbershop. ket dinner
I home can keep up with schoolwork Owens, Instr. on the ground May
For CLARDY Air-Conditioners
in instances. Quartet in the Con 19th. Agency
many Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi- ference Room at 8:00
: ,
up to 9x12 rugs I While the sick child needs p.m. 0 ;j i
torium at 4:30 Julanne
and p.m., Adult Ballet- Exercise in the
I rest protection he should WE SPECIALIZE IN '
not be coddled to the point that Owens, Instr. Auditorium at 8:00 p.m., Julanne PIIIET1Q \
I he feels helplessly dependent. It Atlantic Avenue Playground, Owens, Instr. 121 o TuneUpWheel
is important to allow the childto supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m., Men and Boys'' Health Club in 0 Alignment
do as much as he can for Hugh Sides, Supv.' ( Automatic Transmission Repairs
himself while watching out for the Boys' Locker Room, day and 1 f ff&
his comfort and safety. This i i Senior Citizens Club in the evening. .
ALSO 17 DEPENDABLE the same policy that aids thou- Conference Room at 7:00 P.M. !u REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY '
sands of adults who are handi- WEDNESDAY, MAY 15: lyBlltPINNIYNobody's j
Adult Ballroom Dance Class in
MAYTAG TOP LOADERS ; capped normally and as learning possible to live within as the Game Room at 8:00 p.m. Girl Scout Troop 108 in the asked me yet whether j Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer

their limitations. Mrs. Conner's Piano Recital in Game .Room at 3:00 p.m. I think Nelson Rockefeller would 232 South 8th Street Phone 261.3122
The chief point in training to the Game Room at 7:30 p.m. Atlantic Avenue Playground, hurt his chances for the presidency -I ,

Only! 25c for 9 Ibs. able ward to self-sufficiency take care of one's is to self.be Men and Boys' Health Club in supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m.., by marrying Mrs' Margaretta -
Hugh Sides, Supv. Murphy.Before
Children who are convalescing the Boys' Locker Room, day and
or handicapped need hobbies evening. Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in anybody does, let me aska
that offer variety and stimula- the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., li'l quizzer. To wit: What
Eight50-lb. Dryers 1 lOc tion. The recovery of a chronically FRIDAY MAY 10: Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. chances?
sick child is influenced by Senior Life Saving Course in flIt; eAi(11f21Magnificent
the family's confidence in the Sub-Teen Club in the Game I don't want to discourage.'
the Pool at 4:00
physician and other medical per-- Room at 7:15 pm. : p.m. Rocky. If he wants to marry Mrs.
11t sonnel who can inspire a child's Adult Ceramics Class in the Murphy, chowder, overalls and all,
faith and cooperation. To under- Men and Boys' Health Club jn Ceramics Room at 7:30 p.m., Mar
it's alright with me. I think she
Beach Laundries stand what treatments will be the Boys' Locker Room., day and I tha Jean Puletti, Instr. might contribute. a lot to his cam- In A Mountain SettingOld
Ingram given and why they are used evening. I Men and Boys' Health Club in paign fun. I
helps a young patient to accept
the Boys' Locker Room, day and
the situation. SATURDAY, MAY 11: But I'm afraid some killjoy will '
"MAT THE BEACH Fortunately, childhood illnesses evening. recall Eddie Windsor and Wally'I
r are mainly of short duration Tennis Lessons at the Tennis THURSDAY, MAY 16 Simpson, and, how they were
.. but when longer periodsoccur Courts at 9:30: a.m. : throne out by marriage. II
special care and consideration Teen Club in the Game Roomat Playschool in the Game Roomat be it
must be emoloved.PASSBOOK That Rocky may playing
_., .
-- -- -- ---- 7:30 p.m.SPEBSQSA. 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr.
cagy. He may be planning to try I Ito !
in the Auditoriumat Adult Ceramics Class in the l
10:30 P.M. Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m.' Mar- kid Kennedy out of the White j

tha Jean Puletti, Instr. House. If so and he marries there I
Men and Boys' Health Club in .
the Boys Locker Room, day and Ballet Class ((3 & 4)) i in the may be 6,347 adopted children I S + t cl
LOANS evening. Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne waiting at home for him after his 1
Owens, Instr. honeymoon.And I
MONDAY, MAY 13: I Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the against the Kennedys he'd
Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Jul have a better chance if he changed
Children's Art Class in the Art
anne Owens, Instr. his to Murphy instead of
ONlwR name
SAVINGS LOAN PLAN YOU DON'T Room at 3:30 Faith Britton,
Instr. p.m., Ballet Class ((5 & 6)) in the changing her's 19 Rockefeller.Of World Charm wonderful food -gorgeous Bridal

WITHDRAW FROM YOUR SAVINGS Atlantic Avenue Playgrouna, Owens Auditorium, Instr.at 3:30 p.m., Julanne every six :persons who get Suite, dancing, bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard, I

supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: 'p.m, Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Audi cancer today, two\ will be saved Olympic size pool, art lesons, and rock hunting -near
Hugh Sides, Supv. torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne and four will die, according to the
BORROW WHAT YOU NEED AT 5 % % Teen-age Ballet Class in ,the Owens, Instr. American Cancer Society. Num- golf courses -antique and craft shops-Biltmore : I

Auditorium at 3:30: p.m, Julanne Atlantic Avenue Playground, bers 1 and 2 will be saved. Num-
REPAY AT ONE TIME \ Owens, Instr.Preteen supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., ber 3 will die but might have been Estate Mountain trails -drives -pleasing rates.

I Ballet Class in the Hugh Sides, Supv. saved had proper treatment been

OR IN INSTALLMENTS Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne Senior Life Saving Course in received earlier. Numbers 4, 5 and Write Harry Tracy, The InnkeeperThe
Owens, Instr. the Pool at 4:00: p.m. 6 will die of cancers which can not
Buccaneer Coin Club in the Art Adult Ballroom Dance Class in yet be controlled; only the resultsof Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville,
the Auditorium at 8:00 research these
Room at 7:30 p.m. pm. can save pa- .., ... .
Men and Health Club in
Boys' Carolina
tients. the American North -
YOU GET THE FULL AMOUNT OF YOUR LOAN Game Island Room Squares at 7:30 Club p.m. in the the Boys' Locker Room, day and Cancer Support Society's 1963 Cancer .

evening. Crusade.
Adults and Teens Ceramics
IMMEDIATELY Class in the Ceramics Room at
7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Pulet'ti, ',

WITHOUT DELAY, DISCOUNT, PENALTIES OR Instr.Jaycees in the Conference Roomat \

8:00: p.m.Historical.

Society. in the Officeat -
SERVICE CHARGES 8:00: P.M.Beginners'.

Course p.m.Men in the Auditorium Square at Dance 8:00: : AH Hands (}1/eI" I I

and Boys' Health Club in

l ernandina federal Savings the evening.Boys' Locker Room, day and

.AN ELECTRICOverheadSwirl

Playschool in the Game Room
Apd Loan Association I at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. :
Brownie Troop 355 in the Game

I I Room at 3:00 p.m. 1!
Ballroom Dance Class (age 11AllNEW I
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