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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 16, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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If : VOLUME 105 NUMBER 45 ,t5 ', FERNANDiNA BEACH, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 14 PAGES THIS ISSUE lOc PER COPY






City to Vote MY2i on Natural Gas





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either for or against a natural b I 4 !

gas system for this city.
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1 Mrs. Gwen McKendree is elec-

tion clerk and inspectors will be

Mrs. Dolley G. DuBois, Mrs. Jen-
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i '1 'ft i ingen, Mrs. Etta Mae Lambrightand \
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II Natural gas has been under
I + T 5t rF discussion in Fernandina Beach FRESH FROM "STRAIGHT SUPERIOR" RATINGS IN guine), A Touch of Jazz, Colorado Coup try, and Lulu-

I" yR I for a number of years and a de- STATE. COMPETITION at Fort Walton Beach, the Fern- Belle (featuring a Dixieland combo, and a vocal trio). In

I vision to promote such a projectwas addition the band will play the four ,numbers Mhichon', j
andina Beach High School Band, under the direction of
made in 1959 with the hiring
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t it top honors in the state competition, Father of Victory
I of the engineering firm of Harry Jonathan Hill bandmaster will present the annual Springconcert
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1PI )01'"'' .."I"r.. If. '' '. ;' : j Hendon, Florida and ,Associates and Birmingham of Orlando -,I I I this evening, May 16, at 8 p.m. in the high school Operatic Favorites (student conducting number). Featured .

;. :;';" \ \ (" Ala. auditorium. Included in the selection from the varied will be the FBHS dance 'band and a vocalist. No .

I 1ti fields of musical composition will be Polaris March, Das advance ticket sale has been made, however there will be I
REMAINS OF THE PALISADES al Fort San Carlos are unearthed by |tam of Studies were made and the City
Abend Gibet (Evening ), Vista Caribbean (Be- a nominal admission fee at the door. '
archaeologists from Florida State University, as a part of a course beta jfnrw) here. was presented a feasibility report -:;' --Pra'erl =-_ I
I The fort was active here during the Spanish occupation in the 1700'8>}5b
trench that marks one side of the fort's foundation are, left to right, \ t The report showed that gas |
Babb, Franz Mitchell Jack Manvitt and Jay Bartels. Looking on in background 'wereMrs 3038 Visit Fort
T* could be secured from the Hous-
Bartels, Barry O'Neill .and Anne ...Baxter..L..L -1.. '-1.. ';.tl.I.' : ton Texas Gas Co. at a terminal 'Given''BoulougneBy I Clinch During Week Jaycees' Installattion DSA

f J{ J{ JIt JIt ; _: ..{';f'j' ,., point on their line between Jacksonville I {; Banquet !
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: 14 f.' fr-J::::{ t1 t. ". and Baldwin. !I I It was repprted by Gil Becker,
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I ? '! State AuditorThe of Fort Clinch Guest speaker at the annu Senator Scott Kelly of Lakeland
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6n : superintendent
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J r/tIS/; /fam II I ,,, The report also showed that a i I .
4\ 4 rh'if1i: ; lateral transmission line could be : State Park, that 3,038 people had Installation of Officers and Distinguished Polk County). J .
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v ;: : 'fl: visited the park during the week. Service Awards Ban The yearly event will behdd
( ( constructed from that point to County Commission, named
f''J, \ quet of the Fernandina Beach Jun iaturday night in the Junior.Highvafetorium .
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.010.. -( *'.. ... I ior Chamber of Commerce will be beginning at 7'Q,
I .,1t.ry' j tt, .. 41.6 miles. Along the route of the cently abolished City of Boulougne visitors, 320 were campers, and ;
.,... f 4., communities of Dinsmore Garden the remaining 50 were visitors at In addition to the Distinguished
>, : was presented a list of that I .. ,
1 -: :....... City Oceanway and Yulee could !I! small municipality's outstanding I the Lodge. This brings the yearly fl. y- .n tew- N. Service Award to some Jaycee
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{ s t r- e;.. J." reportedly be served. bills as they met in regular total to 31,516 campers, 95,959 and other awards to outstanding
t>1\' t4t "-- I (Continued on Page Six) monthly session on Wednesday. day visitors and 2,728 visitors at >t nembers, the Junior Chamber an-
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l'l'II the ro. lually makes a good government
: Ir.t.t"i' The "gift" came from W. E. Lodge. '
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II It's your turn. For several years I '" \; : 'ri.'...' .. v ;, Bill 1I I Is Introduced I I who said he will have a complete d Senator Kelly, a Florida na
you've been hearing the relative f I 0 .h q School Problems 4a tive, has, had distinguished
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merits of a proposed natural gas k f! ) ;' ... I II the near future. F in city and state politics.
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system for Fernandina Beach discussed jw" ".I .,. .t of';;o; '" .'. f. By Rep. Wingate As Grissett continued to uncover Will Be Discussed r, Born in Madison I County he was
and con. Some are v : c. it. .' "t'ared'in Gadsden County, attend-
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business that
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strongly for and others art",just '. '\ tl <, To Area Quincy High School and later
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't as strongly againsUJn this issue', ... .; .; It. A't,.. : Commisswn, Chairman HarryPootfTsald Tonight. At Yulee :he University. >Jk Florida, wbuele .,k r
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played varsity foot
''II you + 1 .. : Rep.:: ClaVde'Wngale introduced that he'will call a spec; > ,1>- :
sides!, Regardless! of the outcome I .. ,., cial meeting within two weeks to fi* His occupation is General Con-
\ I U df the referendum one fact 11BRUSHING ; .'.11itI.. J : I yesterday t& create a commission deal with the problems involvedin :racting and he is in the Realty
will
needs be held
tonight
stands out strong and clear. It's '
i for the development of disposing of the personal property and General Insurance field.
;( your turn to have your 'say. Go I ; .. .. .i< i this area. I, and real estate and paying : in the Yulee gym beginning His political career. began when I

1 to the polls Tuesday and vote. It'si I OFF A ,SILL of Fort San Carlos is Miss {!i The new body, if approved, will j jibe I II outstanding bills.Continued ., at 8 p.m. he was elected to the Lakeland
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i; your duty it's your privilege.If I Anne Baxter, one of the team of archaeologists. from Flor known as the Amelia Island ( on Page Six) I The meeting; is sponsored by ity Commission at the age of I I
I I! !5. He served as, Mayor pro-Urn
historical Restoration and Preservation the Nassau County Classroom .
ida State University engaged in a "dig" at the historic I I. I
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wonder what the crack Commission and will on )
i Fernandina you Beach High School j site. The ancient/wood rapidly disintegrated, when exposed -* possess the power to issue bonds ;:! Jlycees CleanupOffer Teachers Department and invitedto ;I !

''I I Band sounds like when they capture to the air/ and promote this area. participate and discuss school Dates Set ,ForCommencement. .

: ,perennial top honors In state'' Five members will comprisethe of Cash problems are the county commissioners SENATOR SCOTT KELLY

competition, tonight is the time I II Commission, which is patterned school board members,

I Iti to; f find out. They'll be in concert j Clarke Cites Need For Hospital J : sonnel after the one at St. Augustine. Tax Assessor Eddie McKendreeand Holds In County Schools

come 8 p.m.. at the FBHS auditor-.[ t. They will be appointed by the],Ends Saturday School Superintendent John Rtiyonier .
ium. Observes National Week ,, governor, with the state treasurer' I Weisner. 1. j Commencement exejriUe fpr
4 As Humphreys .. ':serving as Commission treasurer. i iI John Tester, chairman of the I! Such questions as revaluation, House For the 1962.63 school term in Nas-
Open
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to sau County are announced
j 'Not all interesting art!. I Purpose of the Commission will : Clean-up Fix-up, Paint-up Cam- : accreditation and consolidation
in museums. Young El- Hospitals employ more than a itself has 67' employees, .:in.',20- jQb 'be to restore and develop histori I i paign for the Junior Chamber of will be aired by P-TA presidents by John T. Weisner Supenn't
facts '
liott are Jones 15-year-old FBHS million and a half workers in classifications. i cal and recreational areas and to Commerce, announced today that i I throughout the county and the ; Employee Families tendent of Public Instructions, as

I 9tudj)2, has; quite a collection of some 200 different job classifications I The theme of'National;' Hospit-| clear slums. The Commission will i j all entries for their Clean-up public officials will be asked to follows:

I India+ relics as well as many Ben Clarke, administrator : al Week, held annually during the be permitted to borrow against anticipated :i Contest must be mailed no later : discuss how they plan to meet the i Thursday and Friday last week Fernandina Beach High SchtyflL 1
of Humphreys Memorial Hospital, receipts from operationof than Saturday May 18. situations. Thursday, May 30 af( 7:30: jua.
l otfjjr! historical items he has acJ. -: week of Florence Nightingale's I I | were family days at the local
I J.J.r J quu d. I was privileged to view said Sunday on the opening of i birthday (May 12)) under the such facilities. The individual who offers the A general question and answer I! mill of Kaycnier Incorporated. Callahan High School, MoTRJgJk

?, thtftcHection this week when El. I National Hospital Week, May 12- sponsorship of the American Hos i j (Continued on page seven) best suggestion for a Jaycee I period will be held at conclusion Employees and their families June 3, 8 p.m. _

: liiAt was presented \ token of appreciation I 18. :" pital Association, is "Todays Hos- Clean-up project will be awardedten of the regular program. All interested : who toured the mill had the operations Hilliard High School, Tuesday',
i from the University of Humphreys Memorial Hospital pital Career Center for Am. dollars. citizens are invited to at : explained to them and I June 4, 9:30: a.m. Cf:
i Kiwanians Hear
f Florida for the initial donation erica's Youth." The contest rules are as follows -I tend. consumed. over 800 chicken dmI Yulee High School, Fli Uj

; toward I the purchase of a famousIn4lan "The hospital is truly a career I : I I I May 31,7:30 p.m. t-
relic collection. His dona-' Jaycees Attend of 1. The suggestions will be ners.Tour Peck High School, Wednesday,
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center. It mignt be.likened to a| Responsibilities Church of God routes were marked
June 5 8
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( tion received widespread publicityand judged on financial feasibilitywith pm.
small city, Clarke Vaid."The, I through the mill and guides were
the personal thanks of the State Convention the most consideration givento Pine Forest Community School I,
hospital requires, just about stationed at to
every every operation I
director of the Florida state museum I' level of skill profession trade and : Juvenile Court the oVerall benefit to the com- i Revival Services 'answer questions and look out Monday June 3, 6 p.m. -.

j I 'I talent needed in a.city, but it also I munity's beauty health, and safe for the safety and comfort of the
Lauderdale HALL
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1 & requires the specialized profes Weatherford ty. Naturally we must obtain the visitors. Mrs. Bertie'B. Sawyer
Honorable J. E. 'Set For Weekend
is dying haid. The sional skills of the 'nur&e, therapist land owners consent prior to following
Boulougne to the Kiwanis Hours of the open house were To Attend ConclavFof
: presented
of the Fernan was suggestion,
Three members : a particular I
death throes of that small muni- etc. ( '. that of
t' arranged regardless
ripality recently abolished by the i dina Beach Junior Chamber of : "For every hospital. patient nationally -! Club on Chairman Monday night Eddie by McKen-Program I so legal clearance will also be a The Church of God, located at I so their shifts, all employees had an I Bank-Women', Inc.I --'
in Fort Lauder- \ i prerequisite for the winning sug- '
Commerce were
I.! Florida Legislature on the recommendation dale for the annual state conven- |i there are .nearly, two and dree. He spoke on the Juvenile i I gestion. 1i jthe corner of 4th and Cedar opportunity to make the tour. I I Mrs Bertie B. Sawyer oLtEe
of Senator Hairy and for I' I Streets, will have the Rev. R. C. :, Florida National Bank
half
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C tion of that body.Representing I a employees everyphysician I Court and its duties and responsi (Continued on page seven) B. L Rauschert Resident Man will jts
JJtfaJ oji and Rep. Claude 11 iii. I practicing in the hos- bilities. t Norton pastor of the Church of ager, stated, "It was certainly I tend the Southern SoutheaHtSa

f gatofLnre plaguing the County the local club i pital, seven employees assist him' Pointing out that the problems God in Kissimmee, as guest 'gratifying to see such a good I Regional Conference of 'theN *
Cotairtl&sion. The Commission automatically were Jim Beatty, vice president; Clarke added. 't which come to this court are not 1963-64 Officers speaker for its weekend revival turnout and to note the amount I tional Association of BanC1

inherited the assets John Tester, president-elect for (Continued on Page Three) just the court's problem, but the Elected At FinalNCCTD The revival will begin Friday, ; of interest every one showed in I men, Inc., at Jekyll) Island, Gar'

I and liabilities upon abolishment the coming year and James Bowen I I people's problem he' said that :May 17th, and will last until Sun visiting the mill. Family ,day ap> The convention, set for M2'
and with them, it seems, a num treasurerelectThey ; Meeting May 19th, with all services
I I St. Michael's School Juvenile Courts had their origin day pears to have been a great suc 26, will be held at the Wanderer
berof headaches, many of which joined with approximately !I J in Chicago sixty-three years ago. I The Nassau County Classroom 4 Beginning at 7:30 p.m. nightly. cess." Hotel. ::::

became 'evident at Wednesday'sregular ,1,I 450 other voting ,delegates to pass Registration Begins I The court first in the world, has Teacher's Department held its i Rev. Marvin Johnson, pastor ex- I -

monthly meeting. A state judgment on resolutions by-laws 29 now spread to all parts of the ;final meeting of the Wed- tends a cordial invitation to the r;" 4:, : ''' ::
May
Wednesday year :
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auditor rattled off so many problems changes and participate in the world. ; membership and to the public to ,1 }ft : .
afternoon 15 the :
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nesday May i .
"if. i'. 1 1 J ;It. ;
the Commission has set 'election of Jaycee state officers. I '
that :
: : St. Michael's School announces i'! "Gradually, society has assumed Yulee Library. [attend. : '. / '. ,< .tt';. :. -
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up a- pecial session to discuss and Over 2,000 delegates and Jay- that registration for\''the kinder.. : responsibility for what happens [ Final plans were made for the I I ., ;. .' .'.. '.,:OJ.'f',.wlh. ," 't.,1..,..' 1 ...-.'--.-,
Included \ '
attempt to resolve same. I lew wives attended the three-day the sixth I to juveniles their attendance i .. 'j. 'J 1 month ''garten through grade county wide school meeting which ; Children Entering : .4iN 't' f, ;f"'{: -;., .
is a continuous: $550 per conclave which was culminatedwith for the 1963-64 session will b e at school, their care and nurture, : will be held tonight, Thursday at I fr I.' t'j'.}4 # .....
i t bill fdr the lighting of the fara- the election of Coy Bailey, 1! First Grade To >, =.-f "(FL9i -,.' ,
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1 i held on Wednesday, May 29, from l'and their development as good the Yulee gym. Jeannette Fin, I ', I I I.. ,.;I". ..". .
"wh ite way" on U S. No. 1 the Miami the office 1 ,' j. N -'; .
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out of area, to to 5 'I citizens. The most difficult as- I } '!" '
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a p.mThis cannon, president, gave a report Register In May :
as it passes' through the former | state president. : registration applies only. signment which a juvenile court ,of the department's work for theI : ;' ,: ." -' .;;, {,ry, ; a .: ::'

city Cocoa Beach was named as the to students not previously enrolled judge has is his responsibility to i I past year and goals were discuss.,i Registration of first grade ; ; ; ,. "'*
Week i! site of the 19C4 convention. at St. Michael's. remove neglected children from : ed for the coming year. I i pupils who will be entering Fer- '
This*' is National Hospital Mrs Tester, a member of the i 1 the custody of their parents," ; Officers for 1963.&t wer i nandina' Beach Elementary School ....... .;;

ana, time to and salute other such Humphreys institutions j local Jaycee Wives Club accompanied Miniature Circus' Weatherford said.Continued I elected as follows: president,'II i t[ for the 19 3-64 school term will S g -.VIl......
Memorial her husband to the con. ] ( on Page Six) I Jeannette Fincannon; vice-presi,> be held on May 21 and 22 in the
for the yeoman's work they
vention. At Woodward'Motor I dent Helen Alexander; secretary i cafeteria.
do .bringing health and comfort I I j
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to the ill I recently read an I'! Friday SaturdayAn Confirmation Rites Viola McCormick; treasurer, Fay t Registration hours will be 9 to

article that said it about as well j Legion AuxiliarySets And Supper May 22 i! Walker.. :110 a.m. and 2 to 3 p.ra. daily. -,

as any I have ever noted. It went Poppy Sale I invitation UWended ,the, : In order to register a child, the 1k
like tbs% : "A hospital is more general public by X:\C.: Ttoitt, to I At St. Peters Church American Legion Post i parent will be asked to present

thair-a building more than abed.If The American Legion Auxil-| attend his miniature 'circus being The Rt. Rev. Hamilton West, ; Slates Election Meet !1 written evidence in regard to the

.Is trained people your iary of Theodore H. Hernandez sponsored by Jack \ odward this i D.D., Bishop of Florida, will beat :. following: 1. A birth crtificate. 2. .

doctor, plus specialist consultants Post 54 will stage a Poppy Sale weekend at Woodvrazd 'Motor' Co I St Peters Episcopal Church, : Theodore H. Hernandez Post 51. Vaccination to prevent smallpox 3. k y

administrators technicians, nurses Thursday and Friday May 23rd Pruitt is a former uemployee oiI Wednesday evening, May 2"l. at of the American Legion will hold I Diptheria immunization, or Schick ? "., w.Atmw.w ar.rwe.rllr.w.K '"h ..; t
It' operating room, Woodward's, working there fromj I the I annual election Test which has proven the child
aides. an and 24th. I 7:30 p.m. for Rite of Con the meeting on I il LIGHT
THE FIRST OF THE NEW POLES erected at
well lighted, sterile, with.the most I The Poppy's are made by disabled j 19461948. /J$' firmation. Monday night May 20. immune.
modern surgical equipment. It's i veterans and all proceeds i People of all agWi .will enjoj, i A covered dish supper precedj -I All members of the Post are' The parents' cooperation in City Ball Park is shown as it was being put in place last

meal It's housekeeping, laundry will be used for veteran's rehab I this unusual and rare\.event Further .' j ing the service honoring the Con- I urged to attend and cast their getting their first graders.registered week. Watching the operation, at right are Director of

-and engineering 24 hours I ilitation and child welfare. I details nay,'bLobtaiaed: in |I innands, will be in Whitney Hall ballot for the officers of the'l:'j at this tin;will be appreciated Public Works Jim Beard and City Manager Clayton Sand

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( Tlr6"1, I IPAJc .", 1F; :N's.Lead Florida Thursday\ May IS, IOCS Included In the ,yreent: revaluapica. ''I 1 by, getHn too t greedy This coud!
r,'Fernndlna' ... Beach, fFAlighting : L > '
0. < I UTTERS :70 Jqt. RaJ"bU{ well '
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: : I ; .? $lPP, QO' more, 9erace"track f I IMAI4 1 1 ( $ of
' KNANPH; : IPG Just for leaving the shores t'the
i BEACH NPW5-lfAPR I THE EDITOR tr m()iney |4 :the 1 (Continped; frw" Page One) "- : state 9n a $! 9a111$1 i bp jj-
., TheNotion # boo $ aFgpld rost '& mjUs, wijlj j I : ers you let legislative dele-
: I I l' .I 511 ASH STREET PHONE 36S6 r 3L57 i 1.T1 mille being returned 1o the Boafs 3ocking at the new City. n djiy. AU th1s, plus cUflipkilabor- know your it.
I ; A John H. Newspaper Marina during the week of atory, basal metabolism app rates gation
Perry
May 13, 19C3 municipalities: for spending on May
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". I.... Jbr C>ldncil, tilter wJINATIONAI}Ignanrrtr II Editor NewsLeaderFeinandma streets. With the partial revaluation 10 were as' fellows, with the nUb records, elegtrocar4iogyapby: blood banks, medical; deal library We're a strange breed we
of the boat, the his ad4rfiss ,
B\ PAUL WARWICK Beach, Florida the net increase in county owner -
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pharmacy, emeigencde
t EOITORIAIAJJC for 19(4( ] and length of boat listed In--
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property taxes .
.. Dear : that partment, therapeutic x-Vay, phy- they ar+e infants so they won't bf
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I without a Enclo:fd .is an article whi4 1 about 2,0,2 mini for Amelia Island sequence mistaken for little r
Fifteen : boys in blue.
JHaTlI" long years sicat therapy, sterile supply diagnostic -
Sam d ;
; }!red; Eckalads, New :
3.14 mills
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Brycevillo
would for
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x; : jully-bone! your !11eet. x-ray, maternity department When they grow olde/ they wear 1
York ,
I ''fa .;.o '. !1. this week's columns pf. the District and 3.45 mills for the City the
C \' I Ioro a native Southerner, diedg- ,1i1 1 r 'Calico, Jack Altnun Hewlitt pp.operative recovery frilly org ies with laM ..of j
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AypITED PAIR PIJCCUJ4TI9.V T ;.d in the traditions of tried chicjen News-Leader: .i rest county. harbor, 40 feet }: &r room.j car respiratory l laboratory bws to further esjabljsh! theyfemininity.
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that almost incoaceivablj All. five cuaty coramisfioners q And all l the} while point
Published Thursday and entered it the. Post. 'OfficrFefnandina 1 SATISFACTION GU.\JU.X EP h j Lady Palm I ,*. Rip <$uinlin, Jl3m-l: ,-.and more A hospital is aforl !
eyery .
Beach, 'FI ri4a, af secpnd class mail JPaltq.I :ate hss a bitter soun No South i.foR D0UPJ.E lOUR GARBAC ]E oppose the -al.Qc1tiop; o"race. j jI }(ton/Ontario; Canada f.lft.t. ,I) 14| in microcosm, of tragedy ing tot eday v-KfO. they. aje
t : |tin jurist would be beartlesp BACK .; \'> I track money. For them Jts "Don'tjack Sea Colt, Frank Sawyer,' Boston I and triumph, of success and failure grown up enough, {p wear blue
I f.f" Subscription Ratti: enough to pronounce such: a pen John S. Robas the revaluation boat" and Mass., 63 feet..t' of jubilation and despar jeans pr ptber DUlnniW'Ipp.1rel..
i I $4 a year $2.25 6 months $1.25 3 Months ilty, regardless of how serious By : "business .t as usual" even though FL 6543X, Sherwin Coora Miami And it Is world whose activitiesare 1r *
J I S450 a year out of county lie crime involved in his sentence We have seen this week an incredible some people think the 'school sit- Fla., 34 feet eternal day i ir day out, I read it the other day: "One

f I, [ -.-_ .t would amount to punishment display of irresponsifaiht; uation i$ desperate;; l]eD-L-ij J, ua'nor not listed, tinand' night out, all Tb around, Man's I family mjd to be on radio
pore severe than the prdeab un- en the part of our local officialconcerned : $ Only one school hoard member, Charleston, S.: C. '41 feet. the; clock ,of the year." now it's in Washington". '

More Than A Clock: PuncherWe lergone, fictionally, by characf- with the managemen Frank Wajtgrs; was i in favor qfwtitini wen "C S",' Roy C. Campbell, '* :. *
Cri t.o of our tepee-shaped I'W t eoro.eStation" : :
> in the Count of Monte letter a bill i
( rs a supporting Palatka, FI?., 18 feet. | Receiving' considerable discus- And tbcn.there was the Jldly-
overheard a comment this week that throws some wi the Prisoner of Chilian. Tte for visiting boats. If administration to re-allocate the tace track M $ )B L United States Navy, &ion throughout the coastal! .wood JI.D. and his wife who disagreed -

light upon the reluctance of Some citizens, even seemingly Spanish inquisitors, In their most present continues will all at have the tproduce I money. I am tojd that' ,one 'member Ft. Lauderdale, 57 feet. of the state {3 a proposal( by area an ,. never.& name for their new
intelligent ones, to pay teachers more money nspjred moments, couldn't have terrible pac.e'e twice as much garbage'inqriJ.er i said it F.asn't! .his. ,job schools{to try- Bobby Jean JJ, c.. E. McCants, inland lawmaker that salt water home. He wanted to call it "Bed!
the
creamed up a torture more 1 J to get more money for Charleston S. 42 side Manor",
C-, .feet '
fishermen he ,,
Jicensed. Florida's
The comment, in this case, was made by a filling station I to justify twice as much and two members said that teacher (Bless Pat, E, M. Rellings. Char- I unsurpassed surf sound and ir *
bay
operator. He said, in effect, "Ite teacher. has it Pp ret tl' I Vet, |jt can happen here and Actually fa ent.?, just to keep the tepee solv. ? should be "dedicated." leston, S. C., 25 feet. offfchore fishing in one of the I only wish that I had put back

soft with a short day, a short week, and a short year lit Dip happen to this writer Meanwhile back at Fernandina Paymanock} JI, W. T. Schuendler, state's attraction enough money during the past depressions
knocks off at three o'clock; h a, doesn't work on Saturdays! ifter }J5 years of life and vcrk: I Prjefly, our commercial fishing Beach High business will go on Amityville, N. y., 50 feet.. iintQld thousands, are spent each and recessions to be
:' the North, he gave tooth this: industry in Fernandina Beach i is as usual substantial teacher Deep End, Robert A. Small J f I I
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and he has long summer vacations. in Y )rear by angling visitors, ILet's not ,! able to afford the present prosperity
peek to the first fried-chicher J almost extinct; the most chart turnover, inexperienced replacements : New York 'City 37 feet.. alienate of
visitors
even one
4' J Unfortunately this |s the picture that many people pully-bpne he ha4 seep DT tasted abe| word to describe it is morj;. daily teaching overloads, Snuffy, J. N.< Matthes, New --. our- __._ ,
: I have of the teacher's job. They should stand behipd a one ji a decade and a half. bund". If our Fernandina fishermen oversized classes, a reduced curriculum York City, 60 feet. f ; .; ; .

way ,screen and view the teacher's l day from the ringing of| I My yife plucked the nwrsel l o" lived in Persia they'd probably and a chronic, shortageof Margarc, JG.. W> Thompson, ,
the alarm clock in the morning to the grading of the Jas< ? sen'iflg platter, reyerently pine- : all be receiving U. S. foreign supnlies and administrative'assistance Trappe, Maryland, 55 feet.:. !
1 paper at night. They should also have the experiepce of sitting 1 j ad }t on my own plate as if it aid in one way or another. Ou for teachers. Elsewhere, Melois, i George'. Devon, ft. Laud-s When CASH Is Low '
at the teacher's desk and wrestling: with the problems, I were A pearl from an oyster, then'; U. S. Fish and Widllife ServM of course there are double-sessions( ierdale, 54 .tw. '. | ,
individually]) and collectively, of '35 to 40 restless and peppy sat back to watch the unbelievingistonkhment : has pot been unaware of this situation and real difficulty in finding Hi Hi, Wdt: Ayery, Bay Head. ; l II l
children for six or seven hours a day. } that \jreathed myfeatures. I II and for some years has teachers., tf. J.,. 30 fee#. r '*; I And BILLS Are High ir
A real pully-bone, byjolly. j fought for appropriations to opT The recent article' by County_ Scotty, Pea, owner pot' listed i .
Let's assume that when the filling station operator unlocks I I'm still ago ? te the research vessel "Silye School Supervisor. : Houston Sapp Philadelphia, .Pennsylvania. 3//> Call On Us.
his gas pump in the morning, he is greeted with the I In New York, where we livedso Bay" out of Brunswick, Georgia; seemed to say that all is well be- feet .'

impatient honks of thirty or more cars of assorted kinds; long, you can buy sUbhones the basic mission of the "Silve caijse we're accredited., I am told, I I )Red JCay J11; If. F. JuribeJ. J, Jupiter -
I, demanding service. As the day goes on the pressure never I in jewelry stores. Wishbone th}/y ,,3ay"( : explore the waters front: however, that the high school acv Florida, 64) feet. We're MONEY-WISE
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relaxes always thirty or more individual cars needing -all! them, not pully-bones. These Cape Hatteras$ to the Florida preditation is temporary and 'con- Corsair! B. J. Cors r, West
1: individual attention flj' the time three o'clock comes it I inferior replicas are likely to be Keys, find new fishing ground; ditional.. Palm Beach, Fla., 40 tee t.SanKat I. '4I
of gold or platinum and spangled} for our local fishermen. Ther] Ob, well, maybe everything. is III, R. Williamson, "
station that
would be hard to convince the filling operator j }have worked diligently for sever l feet. I The kind of loan should 1
; with precious stones. They are "Coming Up, Roses" : Bay Shore, N. Y., 40 right enable you to payoff
he has had a "short" day.: And when he goes home heclc't symbols of good luck; not good .years and finally perfected a William A. Childs Fitz, I. Fitzgerald, Wildwood, everybody you now owe quickly and conveniently. .
take a satchel full of paper work that must be dons I the technique and located fishing I ;
eating. Njoboifr ever thinks) pf ft if ;New Jersey., 36 ''feet, .
I ; in preparation for tomorrow's "business." gentle, laughing tl1 .of.'YaJ' that grounds where our Fernandm May 14, 19G3 Anthracity i Richard Bryon.j We'll be. glad to explain how our: I ;
: I them apart to discover who I fishermen can catch edible fish Mr. Ray Caldwell t consolidation loan plan works
i 'Here is the crux of' the misunderstanding. Education i i' pulls I Beach Haven. ., :New Jersey, 43
: prcvfessicnal job and a highly demanding job. In most gets his or her prime wish. and earn a living. Fernandim Fernandina News Leader feet, t. .1" ,
I them .at I might add, find life< JFernandina Beach Florida
Tiffany's.Cartier's fishermen ,
You buy .
can
t I f other. professional areas where "service to people" is the or from Van Cleef and a little precarious these days. Dear Mr. I Caldwell: Marie-B .1'Richie S Bright, Haft-
.
prime objective, the expert deals singly with his clients Club fold, Conn.; 40 feet.: J leans up to $600G.A.C.
is Coin
f Arpels, but you never see a p llY"t We all know a fisherman a"sh.ow.me" The Buccaneer
nit' In gl'cu p s And )jt is not uncommon for one client to need bone in a restaurant .Even the : type. so the Bureau of ,, wishes to thank you for .your repent I Tomboy,_F, R...Finley,.Ft. Lauderdale -

.. and. .. receive the service of several experts. butchers in the markets where Commercial Fisheries wiseiy ar coverage on the NationalCoin ,' Fla.b5fcet.;

.. "The doctor does not deal in "mass" cures. The I lawyer:! you can buy frying-size chickens ranged a series of daily trips from Week. display 'at the Florida pepo-Baba,I iV. Turecano, New FINANCE
does not deal in "mass" litigation. The architect does not cut the birds up in such a fashion Fernandina Beach on the "Silvei National l Bank. It's people like York, 42 feet. : CORPORATION f
de.l"fn "mass" planning. Each individualizes the problemsof II that the pully-bone disappears i : Bay": anyone welcome, no charge, you and your organization that I I .' : .
along with the bishop's nose just come and see where the helps to keep the local..communityprogressing. iYe Q k''!BoptjsfLive ',.MOUNr" PAYMENTS Fot
his clients. cannot that .
Unfortunately etfucatjon
operate liver and the gizzard, these 'CJf
and even the grounds are, how they catch YOU 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS MONTHS 12 MONTHS r.
f .\uiy r- in spite of the heart-warming picture of Nark Hopkins ; unless you raise a fuss. So you food-fish and what gear they use Thanks again.Respectfully. .Pl Jan HQmegrning .75.00 .- S 5.06 $ 5.A7 $ 7.55. .
alone end of a leg and a student on the other. It must lire a barren gastronomic life, to; do it. In a normal fishing town, .
cJf\'i*e methods of "proup" instruction without neglecting utterly stripped of pullybones.This this sort of offer ranks along Cpra B.. Winans rYe; : ,, "d y' I 16000 S 9.44 10.79 11,67 16.11 .

the individual student's problems. is .a destjny ill-becoming with Motherhood and The Flag Mrs. Cora Nirvana: ,. President Dak Baptist CblU'.ciJi 4U.OO 24.86 28.35 30.69 2.50

.It We hear no complaints about the earnings of the doc- to: any Southron, especially to and the "Siher Bay" had every; Buccaneer Coin Club. pbserve) it$' annual Church Jlomjepominjr I o 600.00.. 34.39 39.34 2.66 59.35
pne, like myself, who was raised reason to believe that she would : ((Editc:'s note: Wf too, are prone : 'Sunday, ,':'!'May Pth, with
tor, the lawyer the t architect. Why should it be different
Atlantic
a I 71 a Georgia Methodist J J parsonage be welcomed with open arms. Not to; arch our backs to occasional 1 t the Reverend Pay McJCendiefi AS 308 Avenueftrnpndina .
a with.the teacher? JJe alsp I [las invested much time and and partook ;regularly of fried 11 the Mayor Band Flower ,pats). guest preacher.' ",
money in preparing for his profession especially if hpl equippedwith 1 I bench lIorJda
chicken (completely Girl routine, but at least a certain served '
meets the increasingly i h'standards now expected of I standard pully-bones).' In I f friendliness and spirit of Pin o,.PQn.g, or, table Jtennis, -was I j A Basket dinner will be Telephone r 61-3681' .I
cooP.era- I y at an4 the is f.oTdi<
r him- He too worthy of his Jiire. :: those days, too, we were blissfulunaware j. tion. i first played at the end of the 19th ly invited noon to attend pyblic OfflciHaufj: Daily ?.S; Wednesday; i Saturday ,.1! 1
"" ly that the' underlying. denied entury, and,was originated by a ,
There is no doubt that teachers might improve their I Instead, they were : ll-J ALSO FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES, IN JACKSONVILLE! :
tate"financiall' by regcrting'to methods often used bvlabor I reason w/vs chicken's: economy; 'I mooring at our so-called "\\'tl.1 I.porting. goods dealer in Londonringland. I Cfajsifieds; fry Off j r .

But the i idea of a "teachers' strike" jars the public'ssense I I not It its delicacy happened that this great come Station', where the \V : ---.-. --; _._- -. ._. .. 4L-- '_ ;..."'.._ .__ ..- ._._1._ ..:.-,'j. .. .......... _. .-J .
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1 jl ; of propriety.l And most teachers reject this method I I reawakening so to the glories of the :I II come inside.Mat One was commercial abruptly fishing jerked} i _... ... ri. ._ __ .. <., .. '. .IIp.'' .
.r!* b ping inappropriate for members of a "service rofes- i: nullv-bone took place at Roy I lodgipg Olr)
night's
rater provided a '
sion." I Tightre taurant on the beach : for the "Silver Bay" at his docf :
i incidents : RUITT'S I M1NIATURCircus I I
similar FAMOUS
but we are sure fleet
of his
: The determination of educators to win professional recognition could occur at many other but the arrival own
.
I is wholesome and worthy aim. There is no field limited the mooring: to a .". .
,
the South. .
'
.I sro.ts.in Singt '
i :ot service (with the possible exception 0 f medicine) jn I From now on, the pully-bone is night. Again, local un-used # \
for
ranged a long
j which professional expertness is more essential than inle'lnc'artipAl ;. poing to be a regular institution be opened to the Silver Bay" aiyj
The people can do themselves a favor if then 'I sit our hque, too, eyen if I hay er clew and visitors.. It is tr uj+ .
:vi ill quit thinking of the teacher jls'dQCJ\ puncher and!} to cut up the chickens myself.'nunties hat the "Silver Ba>" is large a'ri .. .
think of him as a skilled professional servant whose worth ... f heavy seel construction. It h .,

: tr society demands recognition: in .dollars rather than in I Receivehgr rue that a yacht might not like! .. .

1 sentimental declamations l of appreciation, A o tie alongside the "Bay" for feaj .
r 4/Qno ? Of f scratching the bright-woik. Its .. ,
: Reprinted. from G jainesvjlle Daily Sun '
Rar.e Track Tax also true that to comeniently .
I ,
i: oad local fishermen for the dem- ,
i1 : ----1- .' J. 1 r 'l ":; ." .... Tallahassee State Comptroler tration cruises, the "Dai'leeds .
| Ray E. Green said today each a centrally located dock,, I
of Florida's 67 counties will re '
AUTO AIRCONDITIONERSRECHARGSP boat
: : .troqgly-built for a heavy ;:
eive $34,000 more from. the raft .
>ur Welcome Station.It I

i : track The tax Comptroller fund. said check: ng yachtsmen boils down who to this spend: the.so visit littlen ,. The Circus Is A Replica of An Old-Time American Cir :
in the mail today an
put
i1 : ALL I MAKES AND MODELS sere that; the payment i is $3,000 more our city are here today and ,\ 1.4 ..
: GET YOUR UNIT HEADV FOR SUWl; SOW! than, the counties received for tin ;:one tomorrow; our own fishermEnpd i... (U$. Built On Inch 5c fde. All Had Made. Require -
\ our own fishing industry are .r'
month last .
same year. ..
Agency For CLARDY .Air-Conditioners Each county has received r aying for the tepee and, in adution . Years To Complete. .
urgently need the help of |iyefl
,
j orWE total! of $193,000 for the curren ,
he "Silver Bay". This City and
SPECIALIZE JN J fiscal period, or $8,500 more thar '

". e Tune-Up !{hey: year.received Two for more the sage c?cVs perioc'ast vii' iverything wjr Welcome in their Station power should to at-do : Tfte Only Attrition Of Its Mind.it ; I

q Wheel} Aligpmentw bfe! mailed to the counties before :ract the "Silver.: Bay", to makehe ... 4Aft :
.: Automatic Transmission Repairs. the end of the current fiscal year crew feel at home here and to j .
he said. how we do appreciate their / In America Today I' :
: REYNOLDS MOTOR COMPANY : rock Aftr this weeks' perform- ,
FACTS A OUJ PAPER; ante a "Silver Bay Day", com- '
: Your Local Oldsmobile Dealer Wages and salaries (including Mete with the Mayor Band ;
232 South 8th Street Phone 2GJ-3J22 fringe; benefits) paid annually into Flower Girl routine wouldn't be % Mounted In A Beautifully Colored Circus Trailer With
( and allied! products in. such a bad Idea, if our officials
; paper !
.. .' I -- -- -'--.- -- fine :
I'' : ;;: = = = ::; :, ... .- Welcome Station listing 20 yisit-
'ng yachts or an average pf 3 per s The Big Top and All Its Gaiety a Side'Shows ;:
lay. This volume of traffic may

u MOVING! pay-.erved for, but the I doubt frejs it.orange juicy Me a erie Copk Tents t 9 Costume Tents t Animal :

Should we not have risked alienating 'j ;

I : To 16 1 North 4th Street On or Abpyt\ .June 1st 1 to moor the the odd"Silver yachtsman Bay"in at order the t Tents t Railropd' Show Train s 100 l Show Wagons -f r" :: l; : f:


1 SALE NOW IN PROGRESS mite'best>ar City and the?most"Silver Should convenient Bay"not our people dock Mayor and in 'OJ? Time ,Sfrejeffarade' f Many Tiny Figures. v : I ITke


f ; URGE DINING TARM3: .s'TiQl'F' liict:xpologfce of for Welcome the unseemly Station con-! Circus Is Lighted, With 160 Miniqture Lights end fia?

; WITH six THAWS ..... ...... $35,00 FI.* raJ TREE _-...--.-.. $20.00 our (
Tiis the least we can
J. : DINETTE) SPT WITH 6 IPONnums ., !i lo. seems yery !ls! Own T pe recorded 'Cirjys Band Musk and Bate. : f ;'

Ar! $ . $14,04 J nrnr J HtJJS: ....... ..... $1 J f!.Sn I am generally satisfied, with : ; ,
r STOVE the Marina, I don't ,31t double 1 1I
r ? PHS Ff.FCTRJr
roT WITH CART

r : A BARGAIN! .. . $22.50 GAS RANGE, each -___- $25.00CHAIRS I, ffho tajr garbage are paying back. for But spme t1,e tepee o! us MATURED ON TV, MAGAZINES AND ON RADIOIT'S : ,

I : I would be more satisfied jf the :

\SSO T/J:1T' or / ANP END 7'4Bt t: farina paid more attention Wthe '
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: things which are most import FREE i iRWAY
ipt to Fernandina Be 4 i iit i : ., ft' 1
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: Your Choice; : Only $1.A9 i I it r. ;, ,

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I : BUFFETS ?PPPRING$ I I Editor The, property Xews-Lfader reyaluatigi) tan q :$ E; ANp SATURDAY, MAY 11 :u, ,1t.. ; r


I I : $8.00. wN $2.50 Single; $4,00 Aa4bfeSHIER'S J Jt Bounced sor will}J b-f npt' the solve county the tax sc W a.1,, es-t...;: '! ." r 9OO.A.MTp9OOP.M.: 1"' ; ,

JVU1q} 1 problem for the J -!.3st J I l\ At' i ,:
I }iool year. There seems tc be I J) A
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t : SWAP SHOP >!nly twp ways the situation can, 'I'--"
1 be helped at the county levtl.tJ. M

.: 5U SOUTJI Fth! STREET: One track way money U to allocate to the schools all tl'dare ; \\ :;WOODWARD MOTOR CO. :: I Ii


Don't Miff This ; Sal.1I!I : ,wept for the $15.000 used I J for ." '. 'f i '''
IJg 1"
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Vays
1 recreation. The other -J .
ounty South hh.4i ..
j' 1 for the tax assessor to \ use i f .tAfFtiL. : "r : : .Jr**.''."-t ,r....". ..11-' ... ",.. 4 f'" ,. ,'

)t simple multipliers on property not :: ., 1 .

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V MI ." tioc. J ?voted for tIlt bill on final! I :Kgws-Leader\ Ferna! din Beach,. Florida Tfyirsday, ftlay:16. .1963 Page'Th\eoV 1 I
9"P.I1JJ" ,qn 1$ Elliott Jones Is d passage. ---;-;- : '; -- .
; Recognized f'itAfrjMpfion l pMyiEV1Jlligtt {Q 3. Veterans Legislation! T> I '
t > She member
1 1I Resident's Sister smpe IP2Q. was a of
(Continued from L. I yep tp. has passed without Clarke i 1
Page One) -. amepdmenpfeills. Cites tlt Central Baptist 'Church
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'. Jones! 1 .Yf J':0Id 1 high .... .. .. .. :h.> .-. of the louse relatingtp I Passes Away In
1 Included in the bills is a continuing fchool J student, receiye i } widespread r. .. t. : iT,.J l) .. .f. : < Veterans matters as fpllqws: i iI Funeral was held Monday at 11 'I
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$550 per month bill for public] y l last week when he, dug ':'1) t t ; H. #. .J99, An Act to amend, ? title i I I (Continued from Page- One) II J E ;9nvflre Frjdjjy a.m in Home the Chapel with of Giddens following
Funeral interment
lighting on the famous: white way'I. down. into his personal finances to '. I 138 of the U.S. Code. to provide ad- I
I J f along the U. S. No. 1 entrance send '$5 toward the purchase pf ; : djtjonal' compensation for veterans I, "These: many categories of jobs Mrs. Ethel D. York, 70, sister ,, in Oaklawn Cemetery with
Int6 Florida. i,Ian Indian artifact collection for 'I having service-connected dis- i! requjre a" variety of skills and i iI 1I of Wallace W. Seals of this city, : Rev. Jimmie Dobbs officiating.: .

The lights, which number, 118 ; the Florida state museun}. .1 {:1 ability! of deafness of both ears; I jntpre! ,is luke} pointed out : passed away Friday enroute to a In addition to Sfr- geaU t the
"There literally, a hqspital job:) I' I
and stretch for some distance j The. don tiqn by Ejliptt, spn of .... i If. B.. 211, An Act to amend title Hospital offer local hospital in Jacksonville. deceased is sgrvjved 1 by anoJhrbpfher ; 'f
along the highway, came in for, ay I Mr( ,, and Mrs.: Frankjin Joqes of ........1tJ' 1 ,I 13& U. S. Code, to provide increases for a everyone.: unique oppprtunity f careers; becauseof : 'i Mrs. York was born in Georgiaand i ) J.$}n T. Seals of Jackson- {
good bit of discussion. "It -gas ,,Highlands Drive was the first r ...f" ', jn rates of dependency and indemnity had lived.. in Jacksonville ville. I
M the wide variety of positions, ---- -----
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I
noted that the Florida De.ve.lop.I ( .ii 1 compensation payable to I J
receive toward the $150,000 ::1 ui
find a job to suit
may
ttl' a person
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:
ment Commission! might be jrjter- i[ needed} t to purchase the famous .. .Jj ,t" t.if!l chi4ren and. parents of deceased I his i owq interests, but still gain I II
fsted in assuming the lights t as I,1 collection! of Co}. J.eigh !J. Pearsajl 4.>>" .1fjt \. .x ,,,:,,',,.,.,,. veterans*" ; and H. f ft. 214, An Act the satisfaction of serving the CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENT? !
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ah: asset to the Welcome Station' )I ,of Melrose. The collectionhas FF ,..., / : .\ : to amend title 38 of the U. S. I pornmunity."

j in 'that area. ;; been appraised at $700,000 # ,. : it. Code Jo provide additional cornpensation I The need for'hospital personnel COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monday .
County Attorney Tho!!. J. Shave'I: and has many items which, it is ,,"oW 0 ,\ } for veterans sufferingthe Commission Chambers
t Even with the
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I is increasing.
Jr., advised the Commission that],:said, cannot be duplicated... of" J 6" Jt } JN loss or use of both voca) ever
I many persons already working inj i iI 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. City f
the i cords, with resulting complete CJTY COMMISSION -
lights were set up on a.20 Jr. J. C, Dickinson, director of : unfilled I
I t 'ft j : aphonia. I.I hospitals, many jobs are Commission Chambers
year franchise and be necessary for the county; .t set up a special taxing district if j letter to the press and .....;:.....; .,:,, < ;.'i- j:. oN. acted favorably on the Military :: hospital care.. This rising demand i Room .
they were saddled with paying.fon other pledges have been noted. Pay Increase bill, which was SQ (

the lights. t Dickinson noted that he has had ELLIOTT JONPS shown as he receives a replica of an sorely needed in to retain men estab of tion i I I i results, from from advances a growing in medical popula SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30: a.m. :
competence our military '
Attending the meeting was 'Arthur I previous correspondenpe! from El I. authentic f Jntjian totem from Mercury. Kavouklis. Kav ,, lishment. The House added amendments I I sciences, and from an increasing Superintendent's Office
J. Rhein, who stated that the 'J liott'and that it is quite evident puklis, president of the Nassau Chapter of the University ((1)) for recomputationof I.I i awareness of the need for care. I ?-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD -" last Thursday 3:30 p.m.- Jr.

City of Boulougne still' .owed: the local youth recognizes the edu- of Florida Alumni Association, made the presentation pn ,retirement pay by retirees who "W@inthe hospital field hope High Cafetorium
and II.
$3500 interest "
on property, values of the
caional Pearsall '
behalf: of Dr. J. C. Pickinson, state museum director., j reared prior to June 1, 1958, and I that every young person leaving i
from him Cafetorium
they purchased for 8 Jr. High
a collection. Thursday -
school will consider the P-TA MEETING ls.t p.m.
- ((2)) to restore combat duty pay high career I
new city hall fallout shelter and / 1 Elliott received a gift of a miniature of $55 month, retroactive to opportunities in the hospital : 6:45 Seaside Inn
playground. He had received per KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday: : p.m. -
000 $3-, t Indian totem from the mu. Reports From WashingtonBy I January 1, 1961. On a teller vote': field. The need for personnel is'
as part payment seum.. The presentation was made I ypt 4 with 292, Members for great, the potential positions are HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30: p.m. Hospital
In other business'the Commission here, by Mercury Kavouklis, local 11 j ;i final passage. There were 10 unlimited, and the satisfactions I Dining Room

heard representatives of the''.attorney and -president of the I Rep p. R. (Billy) Matthews "nay" votes. are unique." JAYCEES Each Monday 8 Recreation Center Lounge
I State Conservation Department!!.Nassau chapter of the Universityof i.I I I p.m.
!
Travel Resolu '
OUTDOOR : : 5. Congressional
and the Corps of Engineers dip't Florida' Alumni Association. RECREATION PRp. : LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 p.m Seaside Inn
MATER
GRAMS COORDINATIONPerhaps j tion. I voted with the overwhelm- FERRED BY MY ALMA -
I
f the jI
cuss Mills Creek Flood Con Elliott, who has Intentions of
( trol project near Callahan.; omeday making 'archaeology his no State in the Unionis I, ing majqrity of the House (only ,I THE UNIVERSITY OF I ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Nocn Luncheon Seaside
2 negative votes!) for this Resolution -' FLORID INN .
more "recreation" minded than
1 The vocation, has quite a collection of
problem was brpughj out I| ; I
that Members of'
that the Corps of Engineers has artifacts he h a 3 gathered in this! I! Florida. Much of our 'annual income to provide shall be limited to I was pleased to observe thjjt: CITY PLANNING J BOARD! 3rd Thursday City Commission! l
authorized a study but has pqt area. The collection is dominatedby is derived from visitors who Congress and per I the University of Florida, at its Chambers. i
come to our State for recreational diem allowances necessary exercises I
4
commencement
made funds available: and the J Jndian relics. i I r a May
Conservation {service has .the ( I purposes. Accordingly recent passage Y transportation costs for foreign conferred honorary degrees upon ;: WOMAN'S' CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg.
of H. R. 1762 by the House travel. Full disclosure of amounts individuals,
available funds for a study with of the road or cjosing it he was I I three most deserving : : Nassau District 6 2nd.
is of wide interest to the peopleof given to Congress from counterpart i namely Pr. James E. Webb, the BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, p.m. Friday.
'
no authority for an .appropriation.It t advised to act at his own discre Florida. The bill is designed to '."R funds (foreign currencies) is I eminent Administrator of the National Seaside InnMERCHANT'S \I
was ;approved that Florida's'Congressional I provided in the Resolution. This ,
delegation be pon-i I tion.A request for lifeguards! at American promote the coordination and de. Resolution, if passed by the Senate Aeronautics and Space '' ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon! -

tacted for advice on the matter. t j jRqpert I Beach; a colored recreationarea relating velopment to of outdoor effective, recreation.programs will in my opinion help cor- Administration!! ; Dr. U.the S. Gordon Seaside! Inn
for beloveji
Oliver appeared before' the lower end of Amelia .35'rear
I on Amendments which would ((1)) require rect possible abuses of foreign i Pastor of the First Presbyterian 'CH4V3ER; OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15: -
the Commission for advice bear4. The .
on. {Island was requestwas the Inter travel expenses by Members of j I'
Secretary Gainesville home Seaside Inn
91the Church in (my '
closing a road used by the (publicin referred! t to the legislative I
ior to file annual itemiz- Congress. I I ,
? ,
reports L.
t I the Bell River area. He cited )' delegation since no funds for sucha : ing the source, value,purpose, and 6. Miscellaneous.} I voted with ; church. distinguished); and Dr. Wm.Entomologist Thomp BUCCANEER: ; COIN CJ.IJJI p.m, 2nd_!. Monday J each month> .
that commercial fishermen and, service are available in the !i I I son
used the road use of each donation accepted: or the overwhelming majority of the whQ spade such important .contributions I GEN. DUNCAN L CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Monday I
pthers including
> an county. used. in connection''-\ith the I House for JI. R. 40 to provide [ industry
new citrus
00. undesirable element and that he tq Florida's each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center
program, and ((2)) place a ceilingof additional facilities for research three decades.
oyer
i would like it closed. FACTS ABOUT PAPER Ii $2.5 million:on'fexp'enses of the at State. Agricultural Experiment aaae NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH! MASONS 2nd and
1 lie was informed by Shave that State and local taxes paid annually R. 950 bill to'' 8 Masonic mple y
H. Thursdays
for
I program were"a3o"pted. A major Stations; a 4th p.m. .
the road dedicated such ,and allied VISITORS I
not by
was as paper producers for maximum t
personnel
function of the ,
Bureau will be provide
by the county and that they had amount' to over $200- that of promoting 'the coordination security in the National Security'! Recent visitors to my ,office! I FERNANDINA; TEMPLE: 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and. 4th
i no jurisdiction. As to changing I IJ 000,000. I Hal B. Mondays of month at 8 p.m.!! Masonic Temple.
J ._ I of the activities of the vary Agency; and for a bill to increase have Included: Mr. Chitty I
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I :; I ious Federal ftOnfof: which credit the lending authority of the EXT and Mr. Roy L. Liston of St. Augustine I CHAPTER, ORDER EASTERN. STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays -

I -- "- .. '''9< .., .. there are now: W l haviiig a stake |" any reduced provisions that. I'' poit.I port Bank of Washington. ; Mr. J. Howard Hall and Masqnic Temple '.
might apply to particular states.It
I in this field'dr/W;While! activities I **** Mr. Billy P. Mitchell of Gainesville
will be recalled that in 1961, Mr. J. H. TrebCQt, Jr., Mr. SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Center .
I'' touch on it fail: dir {:.tly. In ad. I ST. AUGUSTINE: QUAPRICENTENNIAL ;
at a period when we had a high Lounge
fllte JlllM10i and and I
dition Federal''aJTenTfils t are encouraged ; COMMISSION MEETJNQ E. Marshall Hall, Mr. ,
1 to qopperate with the I level of unemployment, Congress Mrs. Bill Pennington, of Palatka.; ,, HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at 8 p.m..' !
States and their l local organiza-j provided fqr a program of temporary I attended this meeting held and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brown i
I j i
1. extended unemployment I GARDEN CLUB 3rd of month at 8 P.M.
I Monday
tions in stimulatingrecreational here in Washington, and presidedover of East Palatka. I was also pleased 1AGNOLIA .
\
In A Magnificent I : Mountain Setting planning by furnishing the States I, compensation benefits, and alsoprovided by Chairman H. E. Wolfe. to welcome Principal Richard ; i ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday ......_...._............_........_....___ 8 P.M.
i and private organizations with' a means for the repayment : The Spanish Government announced C. Kahlich and the. Fort White j
of these amounts expendedin __......__... .
technical assistance. at the meeting that it! would High School seniors to Washing. :FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 4th| Frjday 3 P.M.MAGNOLIA
1961 the general fund of the '
to '
DILLS PASSED Treasury. Congress provided fora proyide a building! for Augustin's'4QQth the big i' ton. I. GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday ....._...___._..__..8.P.M. .
celebration of St.
1, Reduction of Temporary Ad. tax with respect to 1962 wages Birthday in 19(55.( AZALEA GARDEN CLUB end Tuesday ...-._..-.......-.-.-.. 8 P.M.
iI ., ditional Federal Unemployment: and 1963 wages of 0.4 percent on I tiff JI JII 220 Lighthouse Circle; ,
l
Tax and Authorization of Employ I all wages subject! to tax, namely Trade At Home
\ j ment Security; Aamipistrative Ex-, wages' up to $3,000. a :year The I I9 ORARY pEGREES: COX- STITCH-A-BIT CLUB_ -'Jit and 3rd Monday _..................._ 7:30: P.M,

1\1'l I I .. penses. I voted .for .H, R. .695,1 net ;jnemploynient tax i is the I .., .. -," ,-. .-.". = n -. : '
: "
\ t "a bill concerning the amount a\l.1 amount that must be paid to the f
I'' I thorized to be made available to Federal Government after the employer .
q : the States out ot 4 the employment I akes the allowable crdit
security administration account I for State taxes 'and for the State '

I ti, 4i 4 for certain expenses, to reduce the experience rating. The'' pet tax 0 I
,: f .1 rate of Federal unemployment tax I was raised to 0.8 percent for 1962 '. T : :
.
for the calendar year 1963, and and 1963. It now appears that the gIn ? NecessarilyNaturally
other purposes" tribe of great extra collections! under a rate of a '
:i : Old World Charm -- viideif ul food gorgeous Bridal interest to employee throughoutthe I 0.8 percent for these two years, I' OJ .. I
'
i I i shuffleboard country 'nc e Itf ,,marks the will produce too much revenue. I .i ii
Suite bingo
dancing ,
brI'gefy povies
1:1I 1:1/' first time' }}f$tore&'?/ ,rats that II The additional revenue producedwill :.

'. olyrnpic size pool, art )e wns,' and rock hunting -near taxes }have been 1 ifwej\ a insteadof be about $950 million while i So. :
I / raisd. The ehangc involving the total extended benefits under ..
j golf courses antique and craft shops Biltmore the unemployment 'compensation'I the 1961 program amounted to .

sysjeni are mpvided $ this rnea-! $778 million. Under the terms of I i
1'ff ;; Estate Mountain trails drives -pleasing rates. sure. It reduces tnejg' ra Federal | existing' law, the Government I Lii I
employment At$ilwfcible. to the would collect! $172 million more .

1 '. Write Harry Tracy! The Innkeeper Temporary Compensation'Exl. oea Act N.Unemployment of 1961 I I' legislation than needed.is The to provide.effect a of saving this II I I that you will i be better off .. 'f -

? from 0.4 to 0.25 percent :with respect to the employers of the United 1' :
As
The Manor qn Charlotte Street |In edllr, I .'IIi
; to wage;, aJd i 1\\ North Carolina ;' I Ii will ,make the'/tyiBirid i net Feder. I million. with "Pipeline Nwturql Gas" 94.L :

.1.i ',. Ij I II al unemployment tax for 19C3wages The bill also substitutes for the .. ,
L -j 0/5 rt from '
: : _- -- -_ IT_ per1Map i $350 million limitation ,on grantsto I ."
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; states to cover administrative I :. '. !
j rH. : ,. .. ....
cost of unmployment compensation ) 'ft. '
:11 II
: and the employment. service, ','

LOOK. A a the flexible.ceiling estimated receipts 95. percent under the of! : ; .,t THEE ARE THE FACTS .

regular 0.4 percent net Federal I .' ', .
WHAT unemployment tax. Applied to l ., :
.
H. : fiscal year 1963, this ceiling, will .J :

be about $400 million. Lastly, the !I 'i. ) .' >> urb n Propane Gas r \LP-( ,1 as) is alsp a Natural Gas, ac(tll ally! a refined naturaj!! .

bill extends from 5 to 10 years I, gas, with pore heat per cubic foct than pipeline natural gas. Propane contains .

Ilj ; \:'? WILL BUY AT DOWN :I the may'period obligate during for. which administrate States :: t.:"''. 2550 heat pnits per cubic foot Natural Gas contains. only 1000. ,

purpQS, certain funds transferred -1I I
from excess. Federal. tax. col. j <: i. To compensate for the lower heat value of Natural Gas your appliances must be

Mather of Fernandina/ lections. that I ... "converted" to allow more gas to be fed to. the burner in order to produce the ,
I should be pointed out "
It
lip, i: unemployment benefit standards$ I .: same heat valuevjiich you now get. ,Such conversions do not impro\e the operation ,

are fixed by the States and not I!, : of your appliances. ..

by the Federal Government. There i } v i,
.
; THIS WEEKEND MAY 17-18 I i
,. I! has ben strong reluctance if not '. But. gas of any kind is ONLY as good as the service maintained by your gas company ; .

to strong giving opposition to the by Federal the Congress Government :.:' ; lour Suburban Propane; Gas! Service plant is fully l equipped with the. (most

7 PIECE' 'PIECE' any power to fix standardsfor modern LP-Gas storage and operating facilities; More than adequate to guar.

unemployment compensation,, aptee top-notch service to every customer \

; .E DINETTE SOFA BED GROUP but, instead ''to insist on reserv- ) .
I ing that right, or those rights to .
the States because of the peculiar With Sub rban Propane Gas you have your own supply of gas stored right at *.::

: 158 $00 conditions that exist with' respectof your home JJs always there, ready for "instant" service whenever ygu want it 4' :

I unemployment i in various partsof I 24 hours a day. This means no fluctuation iq gas pressure. no pressure drops ;

It : ;&dh.4 the country. and during heavy usage hours': no interuption of service due to pipeline breaks. ; .
2. Labor-Health, Education -,_i.
Welfare Appropriations. ,The. .
3 House passed an appropriationbill : And ,finally there is COST. What are t tie| CHARGES for piping and connecting ap g n ;

1 i PIECEBEDROOM POLE LAMP1 and for Health the Departments Education and of Labor Wel,.,1 .} '. to Natural Qas? What are the gas rates; you will pay? ....t. _' ..'-* ; :

SUITE fare totaling $5.4 billion of which l j.j" a ;

: $ 81U1 "; $384.9 million is provided for, the RIMEMBER. ; :
of Labor $4 billion .
Department!! ; f
$68. I for the Department of Health,, I Your Suburban Propane Gas Service installation! ..is already .at your home.: ''IT IS.. ',:. :

I, t. : Education divided and Welfare; andithebalance several PAID FOR TIJ RE... ARE NO( EXTRA Cl w. JtdpS< !-:** .v. -NO. 4.>$pyjNG 1 .APf'tf-, .,:- ,' i -

.. related agencies. The among total amount i ANCE "C : VISIONS" TO BE )!AP. -T". : '4- i-, ..

is $liS.8 million below the' J963 } .
; FILL SIZE SET OF 3 I figure, and $309.5 million utdei ..
estimates. The House re .
I budget
r' : : TABLESs amendments that sought tc

: : ( R I, ,, TABLtS- jected prevent payments to school (districts j'j'P'
, STEP ; ( I' for schools in imparted< TABLE.Mjt.OlChoice .
1 COCKTAIL areas that practice discrimination, .

I $1788 of L. 0, WMAul\: to bar use of funds for hospital i 1 ,

Mahogany Finish constrjjetian chore. >$e>ii .:3Hcjn e j jI ia 4 7 Seuffj 7th Street Fernandina Beach, Fla. :
j practiced, and to add $10 millior Ii
4A. &A
\ ; I to funds provided for grants foi i : '
waste treatment. works construe'


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Page Four :rTP News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 .' t'

ra3 .. Mrs. Bush Hostess Circle No. 1 Meets ; j

Mamie Mills Circlet W.S.C.S. To Pledge Mrs. Geiger HostessAt y 9.fn' ,: ', '" At Last Yearly Meet With Mrs. Schroe$ j

Meets At Home of New Members At May Meeting s ,Of ; { : Of Edith Flood CircleThe Circle No. 1 of the Presbyterian II )

Mrs A. G. McArthur Tea On 27thThe Women of the Church *
i : May Presbyterian CircleMrs. Edith Flood Circle of Me- I met
r morial -for i Thursday morning at the !li8ije
Methodist met its final
The 3lamie Mills Circle of Memorial Edna Davis Circle of Me- George Geiger, Sr. was of Mrs. F. J. Schroeder in Amelia
I meeting of the May 14th at I
Methodist Church ,met morial Methodist Church met for hostess for the May meeting of'! the home of Mrs.year James Bush. City for its May meeting. I

;Monday afternoon at the home of its final meeting of the year May ; Evening Circle No. 4, Presbyterian -: Mrs. J. G. Care served as co-hos-I I Refreshments were served each
Mrs.. A. G. McArthur for its final 14th at the home of Mrs. James j, Women of the Church, at her :,I I J; .4 ; tess. : guest as they assembled, followedby
meeting of the year. Bush. Mrs. J. G. Care served as home in O'Neal last Thursday'i ii t' I ea i the business meeting with Mrs.B. .
co-hostess. j evening. Eight members were in I i .;: .. A covered dish dinner was enjoyed L. Rauschert. presiding.
'Pri the the hostess cof : by the new members and
t to meeting, -
Mrs.
attendance. Henry Allison the
,
Mrs Edward E. Jones opened : j gave
.
served delicious: refreshment Mrs. Loren chairman, :" ; 1 ,t rf- : visitor, Mrs. James Michael. | Bible study and the '
with prayer and welcomed the Clough : .<.,; :. .." r + I Emphasis -
to the.'. seventeen members piescut. thirteen members present. j opened the meeting by reading a I j '(": 'j" '\ .' i In the absence of the chairman, port was given by Mrs. R. S,' Ad-

The Spiritual Life Program wasgiven : poem entitled, "The Dollar and ...t.'''','::,;;'' f ',,.,,'c.tl-'; ,',. "'.*.\,'" lk' ,.J'- : Miss Kathleen Davis presided dur-> ler. The meeting was closed with

,Mr*. J. W. Hiers, chairman, by Mrs. J. B. Thompson entitled : the Cent", after which she reminded ,,, ; :J.1Mf' \, <': ,:::j- ing the meeting as the group completed ;( the Mizpah. ;
members that the need < .t. I D its business affairs. Plans The place for the June meeting'will :
'welcomed the members and I :
pie- "Prayer", and the Missionary I ( :1 (
I forI were made to contribute to various be
still exists
for announced later date1.
trading stamps at a
sided at the meeting. Mrs. Q. A. : Education Program was given j' the .:,:::i .i: ,, : \. ,:.. charitable organizations. Several I f
the project undertaken by :, ,
Dyal, Spiritual Life chairman, offered : by Mrs. T. II. Goolsby entitled, I, a p .
'I and urged '# If .f members volunteered to help ;
Women of the Church, : : l St.
devotional Michael's Guild
an inspiring en- "City Methodist Church in Savannah ,
"Great theWay' all who can to contribute stamps.! ., ..,: i 't q' n70M4 prepare and serve refreshmentsfor
tilled Lights Along
Georgia.
the W.S.C.S. meeting May : Has Last .
on
Geig- Meeting
A note from Mrs. George I I
,
followed I
with Mrs.
prayer. 1 < "
The read letter from
secretary a I 27. ; "
circle for the ;
W. Ji. Russell, Missionary Educa er, Jr., thanking the Until I September
t
Kenneth Traxler the circle's missionary .
tion chairman, gave an interest-I wedding present received from Following the Missionary Edu-j

ing talk from the World Outlook':, in Brazil, thanking them them, was read and appreciated. cation, the meeting was I St. Michael's Guild held 'its

Magazine entitled "A New Methodist for the aide they have given him. Members were advised that they ; the union praying of the W. S.C.S. regular business; meeting on May
/ will be in charge of refreshments fat I benediction. 8th at St.' Michael's Hall' with
: Church in Savannah, Georgia I It was announced that the Women's I 5kz
I the next general meeting of the Miss Helen Griffin
.... president,
of Christian Ser-
I : Society Women of the Church, to be held Eda Stertz Circle presiding.
Mrs. Dyal reported on the Devotional vice meeting will be held Monday II June 6. Hostesses at the meetings I ; f Our
13th Lady of Fatima Cirde'Wa3
Books the circle had purchased evening, May 27th, at 8 p.m. in for the next two months; arej r I Meets May j hostess, serving delicious strawberry -
Parish Hall. The Edith Flood Circle ,I June Mrs. John Dozier and i iI "'
and presented to the mothers : With Mrs. Davis j shortcake and coffee, X
I will be hostess for the tea.I July Mrs. Loren Clough. Four : ,drawing for potted
Sunday, May 12, at the morn a plant was
!i members volunteered to see that ; '' 1 The Eda Steitz Circle of First:
honoring the new members at this J ,,, won by Miss Jennie Pikula.
ing service.; It was announced that i iI i time. Mrs. J. W. Hieis will pre i the Church School Nursery is III 9. ,,} tt.;!...< ..t$.:.;..'.;,11. (7""'', Baptist Church met May 13th at :' The next regular meeting of
the W. S. C. S. meeting would Le ; sent the her cleaned each week for the next I f. the home of Mrs. Wilton Davis for ,
I program, using as the Guild will be September nth.I .
I held Monday, May 27 at 8 p.m. I' subject, "What Do You Have In four weeks. | NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS of the Little Women's Club are shown at the final its regular business and program j

Your Hand 1" This will be the I Following the meeting, the J, meeting last week: of, the club year. Left to right, Barby Hawks, treasurer; Carolyn meeting. I

Mrs. fliers will present the program i, pledge meeting of the year. chairman gave a talk on Steward Sutton, corresponding, secretary; Kathy Hardee, recording secretary; Judy Lasserre, Mrs. John Klarer gave the de- I Hibiscus Club

Do You, using lIaI as her subject Your Hand, "What?" j The circle voted to send a do- ship, which i is the theme emphasized third vice president; Dawn Garcia, second vice president; Mary Cleland, first vice votional, followed by the program; i To Meet Monday
n ; during May. president and Margie Brewton, president. "Educating Youth for Missions".
nation to the Memorial Fund for ; j
The service will be held at !
pledge : Mollie Thompson for the hospital i Mrs. John Dozier presented the I Mrs. 0. R. Spainhour presented a i Officers for the Hibiscus: Garden ;-
this time with the Edith Flood
Bible lesson entitled "Who isi talk on prayer, using Phillipians :; Club will be installed May
Circle serving hotes for tea in Kampango, Africa. I -k"k '
as: a
I Jesus?" which included the Great 4:3 and a talk on the highlights 20th at 6:30 p.m. at the home j of'
honoring! the new members. Confession of Peter "Thou art the I! r I of the W. M. U. work of Southern ; Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum and will

Mrs. fliers gave a yearly re- W.S.C.S. TO MEET ; Christ, the Son of the Living' __ .. ttE'ii::::; tll" Baptist Convention, held in Kan- be followed with a party. ,
:
I hurt on the accomplishments the The Women's Society of Chris- j God". This impressive lesson con-: ,, _ : ': : I sas City, Missouri, was given by Roll call will be answered by
eluded the evening's j ;! Mrs. James Dunnam.A telling what each member hiji
program. j ; : f' : :... j :
tian Service will '' ; I
I meet Monday, 'f'
circle had made during the
year ,
I Delicious refreshments were ,, '1> rt discussion was held on the learned durwg the year and the
27th
May at 8pm. at Memorial m.t"
mid thanked all members for their during the I _d .door will be
I Methodist Church. served} by the hostess 'f- project for the month, visitationand i prize donated bj'
attendance and She I social hour which followd. r Mrs. Quattlebaum.
cooperation. M for the Missionaries
I ( 1... & Q prayers ,
I This will be a tea honoring new ... .. "" ,
dosed] with a poem, "(;el's Somebody I :; rf :, on Calendar of Prayer. At the : t
and
I members Mis. J. W. fliers J.\l !
Else', and the meeting adjourned will! be in charge of the pledge I Mrs. A. C. Markham ." "). $i, ''.': close of the meeting, the hostess Nassau SCO Slates

with the benediction. I piogram.II I Hostess At Luncheon \ f( 1 served delicious refreshments to :, Tour of Farms "
4 the fourteen members and one visitor -
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1 For St. Paul's Chapter I l': i }r# rt .' present. i And Fish FryThe

( I : ) I The next meeting will be held I

i St. Paul's Chapter of St. Peter's I '- .'1' June 10th. at the home of Mrs. i Nassau Soil Conservation
Episcopal Church held its monthly ', I John Klarer.Faithful. District will observe Soil Stewardship -
tI (
r Junior&Senio; meeting Tuesday, May 14, ati: I. ;, I Week, Thursday, May 23, 2
11:00: a.m. at the home of Mrs. I to 6 p.m. with a farm tour and
A. C. Markham on North 16th'' Workers j fish fry. The tour will include inspection -

I .. PROMSTERS Street. I Enjoy Cook Out At of fish pond construction I
1- Mrs. Windle Brooks led the de- woodland conservation, dairying
I votional and Mrs. ' Monthly MeetingThe and beef cattle production.

d ,, sented the program, after which I Sunda,1 Immediately following the farm
SPECIAL Faithful Workers
P I she led a discussion on "Theology I tour at the Callahan fair groundsa
School Class of First
Baptist ,
of Concern", bringing out sugges-t fish fry and presentatiod
Church met Tuesday night at the
tions for proposed projects in ,, j outstanding farmer of the
Mart M Mdxoc'w aNEW I year
home of Mrs. L. V. Lewis, with :
; the needs .of the Parish. and outstanding woodland
meeting
conservationist -
Pictures Will Be Made In The \ i Mrs. Brooks minded the wo-i MEMBERS\ OF THE LITTLE WOMEN'S CLUB are shown after they were in- Mrs. Mary K. Moore serving as : of the year award will

I men of the Parish supper next : ducted at the last regular meeting of the club jear. Shown at % entrance to the j co-hostess. 1 be made. I

Lounge at the Recreation Center Wednesday, May 22, honoring the t Woman's Club building are, left to right, Misses Janice Fowler, Donna Landress, Ida A cook out was enjoyed by all, )' The program is being held in

1 comfirmands to be presented to Ruth Hall, Mary Vonnah, Sharon Rucker, Sarah Parsons, Charlotte Land, Mary Phin- after: which a short business session ,conjunction with the National observance '

t Friday Evening Til 10 P.M. '/ Bishop West at 8:00: p.m. She emphasized j ney, Sharon Lewis, Margaret Sturgess, Doina Becton,,Candy Caldwell, Shiela Beugnet, was led by the president, I I of Soil StewardshipWeek
the change from the us- Mrs. G. 0. Denham. Mrs., Gene i 19-2(5. This observance
'fj Edna Jane Sherman, Kathy Lewis, Peggy Thornton and Pam Daugherty. ; May ( year's
ual time of 6:30 to 6:00: p.m. due -- .- I Coker gave a most interesting devotional ,: with the theme, "We
I to the Confirmation service at t s concerning the importance I turn our Eves to the Future" underscores
(':. COME BY FOR A 8:00 p.m. She also announced the! Social Hour Enjoyed Mrs. Kitrell HostessAt W. F. Leonards Fete of prayer. I the' responsibility which,

date of homecoming will be Sun, At Monthly Meeting"* May Meeting Of Circle At Luncheon Games were led by Mrs.\ L. ,L. each citizen has in meeting the t
t( LOVELY PHOTOGRAPH \I day, June 2nd.Following Edwards, with, therprize gofng"to I responsibilities Soil 'Steward." .
the meeting, the! Of Dorcas Class. Audrey Cowley Circle Mr. and Mrs., W. F. Leonard Miss Murial'Nickleson.The ship. i

t U L\ IN YOUR EVENING DUDS group enjoyed a lovely covered I were hosts at a luncheon last meeting was Closed with Tom Ford, "Chairman of the
\ dish luncheon. The Dorcas Sunday School Mrs. James Kitrell was hostess Thursday to the Christian Wo-, prayer by Mrs. Dot Walters. The Nassau Soil Conservation Distract '
: Class of First Baptist Church ] last f Wednesday, May 8th, to the '
next meeting will be a picnic on Supervisors, along with supervisors -
men's
't I Fellowship Circle No.3 of
''Annie Brown Circle met at the home of Mrs.. Jack Audrey Cowley Circle of First June 11th at the Recreation Cen W. P. Wright, J. B. Ben
Hamrick for its monthly meeting Baptist Church. the Edgewood Avenue Christian ,
ter. nett, Russell Johnson and 'Dick
TOM DAVIS, Photographer Has Covered Dish with thirteen members 'present. I L Mrs. Joe Parrish presented the Church in Jacksonville.. Cassidy invite you to join the'

I At Meet The devotional, entitled "Moth program, "Educating Youth in Rev. Robert W. Updegraff, Mrs. Jewell Hurlbert left Tues- Soil Conservation District in this
102 South 17th Street Supper May I ers of the Bible," was presented I Missions", which explained how pastor, and'MrsV'Updegraff were day for Jacksonville, after visiting community event.

4 1t : FKUNANDINA) MUCH FLA. I! Mrs. Clarence Taylor and Miss I by Mrs. John Klarer, followed by' the W. M. U. organizations cultivate the ''twenty-seven members for several days with Mr. and
I' among
,
.I I
Lynn Hitchcock were hostesses to I prayer. missionary convictions in attend'ne:.[ Mrs. Shiell Sheffield, to visit Federal taxes paid annually 's"
I the Annie Brown Circle for it i I Mrs. L. A. Jones, president, hearts of youths. Assisting Mrs. in :uwThe Leonards entertained with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence by paper and allied products producers -' r

: covered dish supper Monday night opened with a discussion concerning Parrish in comparing the growth the circle at their beach Wood before returning to her I' amount to close to $600,*.
-- -- --- visitation and and development of a fruit tree Fletcher
--- -- --- --- ----- : at Parish Hall. projects. Prayers home on Avenue. home in Orlando. 000,000.
for the sick and of the ,Missionary Spirit in -- ------ - ---- ---- .
I In the absence of the chairman, were requested -- -- ------ -
,I1 Mrs. K. M. Forehand presided at and a reading entitled "A Tributeto the hearts of youths, were, Mrs. I
R.. .Bounds, ,Mrs. W. F. Miller,
Mothers" Mrs.
the meeting. There were, thirteen was .given by, IE.
; Mrs. John Wilsher and Mrs.
Evelyn Wilson. ,
: members and one guest, Mrs. T.
ot.J .
N I" W. Brown, present.It During the social hour a' gameof i 0. R. Spainhour. .
: OW y was announced that the May jumbled names of famous peoi i I Mrs. Edgar Saunderson offered
1 600 .'
4 W. S. C. S. meeting will be a tea pie born in May was enjoyed by prayer, followed by the business j Ute
honoring the new members and all, with the prize going to Mrs. ;I session with Mrs. Kitrell presid 1 GRAUATS.eNOIC1Whether k ; !I

will be held May 27 at 8:00: p.m. Klarer, followed by the servingof ing. She welcomed two visitors,
FASTER SERVICE AND Miss Hitchcock chose the poem delicious refreshments by the I I Mrs. W. F. Miller, Sr. and Mrs.

"Mother's Garden" as her Spirit- hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. R. F. 'l Spainhour.The I
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I I ual Life topic. A selection from Roberts. members were urged to at-

i REASONABLE PRICES I "The Waiting People" was chosen The June meeting will be heldat I!I tend a mission book study which ft
by Mrs. John Jones for the Misionary the home of Mrs. V. E. Ben- will be taught by Mrs. James

Education subject. nett. I Dunnam at the church on May 23, ;
,
The meeting was closed with I beginning at 7:30 p.m. The nursery -!

I : forSBcattffiitfu prayer by Mrs, Forehand. Home DemonstrationClub i will be open to accomodate

Plans ExhibitsFor the members with children. I its! a new dress, a skirt, a

Garden Association Mrs. Gene Coker dismissed ;

J fiiiffltfnutfafioub fI/'l'l Makes Final Plans County FairThe tess with prayer served, after delicious which the refreshments hos- i i; i blouse, sportswear, swim suit or fine

\ To Beautify City Fernandina Beach Home to the ten members presI
I Demonstration Club held its : I lingerie
reg- ent.
)'let .
i liJw Representatives from each of ular meeting in the Conference }

I the seven garden clubs of the Room at the Recreation Center I( Senior Citizens
Garden Club Association met recently last Thursday, May 9th, at 10''I j

i : and with Jim Beard to discuss a.m., with Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum Entertained By *r. suit trousers shirts pajamas] =

I the beautification of the city by presiding : Sax QuartetThe ,: ;
:
planning flowering trees.It The program for May, "Read- ,
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: cNldOlIIICClJ1CIll3All # I was voted to start a Memorial sented.ing Areas Each in the Home," was pre Senior Citizens Club met t belt. tie, sport coat shoes $ ori;' ".
planting of trees on South member received a Thursday evening, May 9th, at
llth Street, with the trees being pamphlet on "Better Kitchen Storage the Recreation Center, with Mr. matched
Styles And Types Of EngravingWE donated by the Garden Clubs or ," followed by a discussion on E. J. Smith presiding. luggage for college days I
interned individuals who wish the subject. I :
Mrs. Leota Swearingen, chap-
I to plant a tree in memory of The Educational Exhibits by .
.. someone. The proceeds of the project the clubs for display in the County -;j''lain, gave the invocation, a Mothers \
Fair for 1963 planned, i Day Prayer, after which Mrs. I
should be mailed to Mrs. were ; grad will be pleased with
ALSO
HANDLE A FINE UNEOF
your
i Franklin Jones, treasurer of the followed by a' discussion on the : ]Edna Grant, program chairman, ;,:
association. In this the trees dress revue. I h
ENGRAVED way
introduced the Sax Quartet. i "
t.
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can be planted when the season Delicious refreshments were en-I' a gift from :,8"
i The Quartet, all members of i ;
I .
LETTEHIIEADS BUSINESS GAUDS and weather are right. joyed by the members and .
The association all guest, Mrs. M. K. Kearse, Sr. of ;the Andrew Jackson High School j j .- r'f'M' :
: i Urges mem- I ...
ill f : ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY bers to cooperate with the clean Denmark, S. C. Tiger Band, provided the club ") ;1..r. "55
with some most enjoyable music. "
fix- campaign be-
up paint-up
ing promoted up by the Junior Cham- High School ChorusTo Those in the quartet are, Miss :
Pat Straley, Walford Sundberg 5 A..S. ALLAN1. : :
ber of Commerce. Each club is
See Samples At asked to work with its individual Present Spring Ricky Parrish and Andre Ferreira j 5' ,; / ,

I project to help wjth ,the beautification i- ,Concert May 24thThe King,of grandson this city. of Mrs. Ruby : ';; I!f

; of the city. I : ATLANTIC AVENUE ;
Members of the Fernandina Fernandina Beach High
CARD OF THANKS
}Garden Clubs are invited to participate School Chorus will present its an- 4 I

j ; :jcriiniihiiiajL1'ac1i! Neucs3er\ at the County Fair held I nual Spring Concert Friday, May j The many expressions of'
, I'I'J 'I in the fall at Callahan. It was reported 24th, at 7:30 p.m. at the high t thoughtfulness in cards, flowers' It
J PHONES 261-3686: 261-3637 by Mrs. Ethel Lucas, president school auditorium. i and visits, from friends and loved 1;

" t i i I. of the Callahan Garden The chorus, under the direction' ones during my confinement at-

I Club, that! the large niches at the of Mrs. Evelyn Arnold, has chosen Baptist Memorial Hospital and':

We Represent One of the Largest and Best ; fairgrounds will be.28 inches, high selections from the oldest to the convalescence: at home, has filled:

\ and 23 Vs inches wide, with the latest songs and a "special will my heart with gratitude and ap- j i
! sidearms being 24 16 inches be presented the preciation..
Engraving Firms In The United States pr by ensembles. I a
high. The small niches are 20 inches There will be no admission My sincere thanks and may each i i ibe ;

! 1 high, 20 inches wide with charge and the public is cordially i
! ",,, sidearms of 16 inches i invited to attend. i [(signed) Gerry, Sheffield.. -
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News-Leader, Fernp/idina Beach Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 Page Five
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United Daughters of The Confederacy : FORTRESS SAN CARLOS Registration Opens-

" Unmarked it stands,
For Junior "
& TheGarden Atop the highest dune Olympic
'
ii :Install New Officers At Luncheon Meeting Looking westward from the sea Swimming Teams ,, .'

; Basket Toward world the; .riches of the new The Fernandina Beach Department -

By Mrs. E. 1'. Wilson Jr. f .. :": .. ... Brooding with longingFor of Recreation is now accept.
r't. ; :
.. : :. .. ing registrations for the Junior
,1> .x""! .
it's wealth
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and
if'T' ,
y :11:;" ,
pjwer.
.,"'.1' "j.: : {'f .<"I :,: BY JANE SCOFIELD Olympic Swim Team for boys and
....t'J'rqviding scholarships for our
r .
The swiftly girls. Persons interested
passing years may register
young people is one of the most \ '
.jmpor ant phases of the work of :: i A s. our spring garden flowers ope and through the years formsof Have swept away by calling 2615261. There is
the. United Daughters of the begin to succumb to warm days cactus have become naturalized The mighty ramparts of it's no charge for this activity.

Confederacy", declared Mrs. H. in spite of our efforts to keep in various parts of the world.! strength. There are four divisions in the

/Iraxiy; Mathews, second vice presi .@ t the* watered and free of faded The warm weather is bringingthe Rust and decay Junior Olympics: Midgets, 10
..ff !flowers and seedpods we notice Have eaten away years and under; Juniors 11 sand
dent-general of the U. D. C. at a blooming season of cultivated
.
.d:" and the I It's war-like sinews. 12 years; Intermediates IS and
more native
gore rugged
lynchepn meeting of the Amelia i:f. t r sweet peas to a close but along
'
.. 14 and Seniors, 15 and 1C(
plants which years;
I to
Island which held seem perform roadsides and the beach
Chapter was i even on Only the cry of the seabird is
,. .
Wednesday May 8th in the homeof ,t ; r with some degree of success, no two of this plant's wildling cou- I heard years. .. :
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Mlrs.\ Henry D. Cook.Mtt. t 1 -tl, ;. ts i! matter what. sins are putting on colorful Where once, the tread of marching And understand it's meaning.That ...

.' Gordon T. Butler and Mrs +' t 4 A be I To begin naming a few our bloom. One is the shrub dauben.1 I men, the mailed fist, .. .
J, B. ,Thompson were 'fphostesseiwith : o' representative of the Opun- onia, with its profusion The rattle of arms,
Mrs. Cook in her. home on we \ Tri e of the huge cactus fam- ers 'varying from orangescarletto The harsh voice of a command, Which may rule for one brfef

Atlantic Avenue. ''- 1/J3 :pf..yeUcrW' blossoms and, no mat- ] on our island. It is most I) Above the cruel sound of the lash Must go the way of all flesh
Mathews / .
the .
_,Mrs, praised ac-
coropliahmenta of several studentsnow J .rr ktejThow common, cactus blossoms attractive at the beginning of the I Upon the shoulders of some luck- And be forgotten. ,?. .'
a r r Q' ting forth from their most blooming season and continues so less captive That the peace

on U.DC could scholarships, received whom .awkward looking stems gives onea when seedpods are kept out. It I Did fall like a curse, Which the Creator bath ordained
shf!!,, not have
;p'ew
t sense.of awe. This prickly pear also has the Spanish name of"guaeamaya" Upon this lovely isle. Shall prevail; .
higher education other "
by any x I' E'en though it be, -
growing in cur beach sand is one (macaw flower).
means. She urged the chapter to May the lesson taught by thy As it is here in this '
( of about 1500 species of Cactus The other member of the huge spot
mVJsfc'
special donation to. theStonewall
fate The of oblivion
i Al including some as tall: as Telephone Pea (or Pulse) Family to whichwe peace
Jackson Scholarship poles some tree-like and I 0 thou symbol of violence, oral the silence of itatUi, I
refer is one of our most strike
Furjd'\ as well as to continue\ its y 4 And lust for For alley shall be waited
,
hV Rrn weighing/ five tens or more, someas ing and handsome native flowers power every
contributions to the general. schol Be not lost Us. Ard mountain low,
small as a marble, some vine- the brilliantly spiked Cherokee upon every brought
.
arshir.fund. ,u M like, some shrubs, and some, even bean clumps of which we find May all men see Saith the Lord. Herbert LuK-
$ I
,The speaker also told of the air plants hanging from trees. -- --- --- ----
scattered on our beaches and
memorial which is to be erected They, in turn, belong/ to that' through our woods. We would do I
I
i at Gettesburg and she touched on great group of plants called succulents i well to bring it into our gardens
the importance of the bnnual essay i
plants which Ilan Theatre
over an extensive for against a background of i
contest in the sdf Js, I i is interesting .. .i' 1 period of time have ,adapted its tall red spikes are stunning green,
to note that the local
themselves to store moistureand
chapter has two entries in the INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS OF THE UNITED: DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY survive long periods of full its foliage of bright attractive scarlet, and beans its pods Phone 261-4819 1)V.. Roberts, Mur.'

pjfMnt essay contest;! Mrs. Mathews was made last week by Mrs II. Grady Mathews! left, second vice president drought. most useful in -arrangements. The are Saturday & Sunday Matinees At 2:30-One Show-

t ,.was gracious in.her praise general of the U.D.C. Left to right, Mrs Mathews, Mrs "'. H. Seibert, recorder While it is a member of the seedpods are constricted between

: i of the work being/ done by the of crosses; Mrs. Gordon T. Butler, registrar; Mrs. Carl Quattlebaum, historian; Mrs. succulent group, the cactus is a he seeds, so that gathered at the Friday Saturday

!r Amelia Island Chapter. 11'.1 F. Miller, Jr., treasurer; Mrs. J. B. Thompson corresponding secretary; Mrs.E. distinct family its members hav- right time and as a precautionary -

Other honor guests at the meeting P. Wilson, Jr., recording: secretary; M s. J. H. White, Jr., third vice president; ing growing points of spines and measure sprayed with hairspray WALT DISNEY PRESENTS
..
I, wore Mrs. Hugh Tiernan vice Mrs. A. L. Sether, second vice president; Mrs. Cecil H. Brewtnn, first vice president, flowers called areoles and with this colorful material for

president of the Florida Division; and Miss Marie Cone, president. The installation was ,made in the home of Mrs. few exceptions only succulent, dried arrangements does not shat- liTHE LEGEND OF LGBO"TECHNICOLOR ,
Mrs. Louis Thigpen,/ registrar, j.
\ Henry Cook swollen stems without leaves.
Florida Division Mrs. ,C. l.aveII ter.This
; Members of the succulent
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--- groupare Cherokee bean is one of
Bryan, historian Florida Division I .
distributed in many plant the Erythrinas and related to the ALSO -
levels, during Mrs. Fishler's tenure r
; tyrs. Thomas: W. Letter, director families in addition to the cactus coral tree of India said to have
II ; District 2; and Mrs. Albert I of office. PERSO \I\lS family, Our century plant is nota I been stolen from heaven by the TARZAN'S GREATEST ADVENTUREEastman
the Elizabeth the
Lyle president During meeting Mrs. Fishier cactus but a succulent belonging i god Krishna, and condemned to
.: Gaines Chapter. All of the I told of the Martha Reid mark I to the amaryllis famil/; the : on earth. The Cherokee Color .
grow
honor guests were from Jackson. i er which was placed by the chapter -. explosive ill smelling stapelia, bean has colorful tree like relatives
., ville., at the foot of the Reid Memorial Mrs. Floyd Jopes left by plane I Charles Edwards, of Ft. Gor- ofter called star cactus belongsto in Soqth Florida and some -

Each of the ladies gave a brief in St. Peter's cemetery.Mrs. Tuesday for Charlotte N. C. don, spent last weekend with his the milkweed family; the ros- of its relatives are used as shade Sunday Monday :
sketch of her duties as they concern Carl Quattlebaum gave a where she will yLUtyr several I wife Mrs. Suzanne Edwards and ette type pot plant, haworthia i ia is coffee and '
trees planta
,the work of the local chapter short resume:! of the Confederate days with her 1}| -iiSt-law and daughter, Cheryl.! close relative of the lily; and tions. on cacao I "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" :

and offered assistance at anytime Memorial Day services, at which daughter Mr.and11 airs. C. T. the jade plant the kalanchoes,
.. They were introduced by time this marker was unveiled. Mauney and family.. '. Miss Marcia Townsend, studentat the sedums and the hens and bid GREGORY{ PECK MARY BADIIAM) 1

Mr,IjII. W. Fishier president of Mrs. Fishier suggested that the and .tV.: Georgia Southern visited last dies belong to the orpine family. The Pulitzer Prize Novel Now :
Mr. Mrs. W/aUerkF. Leon- weekend with her Mr.
parents
the Amelia Island Chapter. Amelia Island, Chapter place a
The prickly crown of thorns is Comes To The ScreenOne
,Thet five Real Daughters whoarflJj0norary marker on the spot where Martha ard,moved retired to realtQfi\1i FeraaTuJina ye: recently Beach- r and Mrs. R- E. Townsend. not a cactus but belongs to the ____ ____ u _____ __. ____ .

members of the Reid's house once stood in this from Jacksonville"'and* making Mr. and Mrs E. H. Belcher, spurge family, along with its gentler Y of the finest motion pictures eie" made will n'av '
chaptpr, were invited as honor city.Mrs. their home oqASoul, are Fletcher- Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Cook and looking relatives, the poinsettia at (he Han next Sunday and Monday When I read "TO
1: guests.Installation. J. J. G. Cooper reported I ., .1t'N' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuart of and snow-on-the mountain.The KILL[ :\ MOCKINGBIRD"; I told my wife to read it and .
of chapter officers on the recent trip to the Judah P. Avenue Richmon, Virginia, are visiting for cactus family was origin- She hoc if did she! didn't agree it ruld make a mighty fine movie.: ,

by,.Mrs;. Mathews was a highlightof Benjamin Museum at Ellenton, Friends of Barney *Ha|1' will be several days with Mr.\ and Mrs. ally native onlto North and
the dale The new officers are Florida, which' was made by six glad to kmw'he'jiPconvalescingsatisfactorily Frank Durshimer and Mrs. Louise,, South. America, its range extend Only about .nce every five years dn I go out on a" '.
I limb and EVERYBODY including children, will
Miss Marie Cone evident; Mrs. members: of the chapter They :at; nomef1 following Stuart. ing' from British Columbia say enjoy
a certain picture. This I about 10 KILL A.
; Cecil B. Brewton first vice president I were Mrs. Fishier, Miss Marie ten days in Humphreys. Memorial ihrot1+gh the western United State 'r ( lOrKI GnIlW", especially if say seen from the beginning.'Wj"
; Mrs. A. I.. Seth(?r. second Cone Mrs. Norman Richard, Mrs. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Hadd<.ck I lakl;Mexico and into South Amer- V KEEP O Sunday matinee at 2:30; night shots at 7 K V Pal I.
viceP resident; Mrs. J. 11. White Henry D. Cook Mrs. Carl: Quat- I spent the weekend visiting with! ica'-as far as Chile and Patagonia. FROM BETWEENPARKED Sincerely! C. K. Beach, Owner. I
Jr."third vice Mrs. E. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Landis of Mrs. Haddock's mother Mrs. Mar- .
president; tlebaum and Mrs. Cooper. I Early Explorers took a specimen ---- -- - -- --- ----- -- ----
,I P. Wilson, J r.. recording secretary Announcement made that St. Petersburg were the weekend shall Knoules in Green Covey they i called "Indian Fig" to Eur- CARS
was guests of Mr. and .Mrs Richard I Springs.Mr. : I
( ; Mrs. W. F. Miller, Jr., treasurer Mrs. J. H. White, Jr. is chairmanof j -- ---- ----------- -
Mr Carl Quattlebaum, I Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Barney
ii ; the essay contest. i in. the local Hall. J and ,Mrs./F. R. Hahn of Orlando 'I LJ : A AI
.
,
Mrfiordoa. T Butler
l hUtAW'aa; High School:. The subject this 1 spent the weekend visiting
\. registrar; Mrs. J, B. Thompson, year is "Women of the Con Mr. and Mrs. E. .R. Bounds hadas with Mrs. IfaI n's parent, Mr. GIANTLIMIT :
and Mrs. 1
corifispopding, secretary;
"
federacv. Announcement and Mrs. L. E. I .
was their lastweekend Jones. "
I.
I W. IL SeiU-rt, recorder of crosses guests Mr.1 ; : N\ .
made that the book entitled "First II'
I Fishier introduced and and Mrs. Ray Bounds and song I and
J \\rs. Mr. Mrs. Richard Foster
Lady of the South" has been donated >,
J ( welcomed three new members oft to the school library by the Jimmy, of Jacksonville. and Mr. I and children, Richard and Jerry
; the.chapter. They are Mrs. James chapter. This book was chosen and Mrs. Joe Bounds and son, and Mrs. Daniel Foster returnedSunday :
"I A. Smith, .Mrs. Den Arnold and from a list made available by the Chuck of Gainesville. after visiting for several AB 58e
Mrs ,Ray Caldwell The chapter U. D. C. headquarters.Mrs. days with Mr. Daniel Foster in! :
doubled Miss Judy 1.JampsoJHistpdent at '
was commended on having > Grandrapid, Michigan. If
Cecil B. Brewton the :
'I its membership since it was gave Georgia Southern visited last .
i ; organized two years ago opening and closing prayers. Mrs.J. weekend with her, ',' parents, Mr. Jimmy McFarland student at$ .
t Other guests were Mrs Perry J. G. Cooper led the pledge to and Mrs. J. C. Jameson.. Miss Chipola Junior College, spent the! i I ONE WITH! $5.00 FOOD ORDER
'I I l Sandi/ord/ of Anaheim, California, the American flag/ and the saluteto Jameson brought 'Miss! Marilyn weekend with his parents Mr. 1
!
I house guest of Mrs E. P. Davis, the Confederate flag. Woody, also a student at Georgia and Mrs. H. J. McFarland. -

II Sr.; Mrs. W. F. Miller Sr. of The luncheon table was over Southern as her. weekend guest. Mr. and Mrs. Paul

''I i tab-Pity;; hou5< guest of Mrs. W. laid with a handsome white linen Cecil Pickett-Jr.--, with -the Un- Jr. and children Sandra and Warwick Stephen SNOW DRIFTOR :
cutwork which
cloth
over was
F. Miller Jr,: Mrs. W T. Waas
placed a red chiffon streamer ited States Air Force in Mississippi of Brunswick Ga., visited j I .. -
Mrs II, IL Dougherty.
an? last weekend with ..
Mr. and
will arrive tomorrow to spend Mrs. i '
Mrs Ji C. Jr., presented through the (center lengthwise. I '
I Bennett the weekend with his ;'iparcnts.I I Paul Warwick, Sr. at their homeon : :
t {to Mrs, fishier, retiring presi. Stately white Calla lilies and Mr. and Mrs. G6. tt, Sr. the beach. FYNE BAKE SHORTENING 58
white tinted Jj I' -
I teat th l Jefferson Davis Medal mums blue along : C'--

: on'behalf of the chapter for her with blue baby breath, were f ash., David Picket jofVpSijlin\ Air Miss Judith Singer of Gaines .

fl untiring{ efforts in organizing the ioned into a beautiful centerpiece.Red Force Base arfayedv\Vednesday ville was the guest of Mr. and I 3 Ibs. .

:I, Aiftelia Island Chapter and for and white mints further carried to spend severaj .pays with his Mrs. DeWayne Crisp and daughter -
her outstanding accomplishments out the red white and blue parents Mr. ancJpMrs.< Cecil Pic Stacey, for several days this I 604 Atlantic Ave. LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER

: during her two years in office.SIrV. color scheme. White shasta dais kett Sr.retiring. week. II .
f Fishier was also presented ies were used on the buffet. --- ---

i wiyi the past.president's pin as a The rooms of the home were Miss Jean Edens returned Sunday I MAXWELL HOUSE OO OO
: token of esteem from the incominj decorated throughout with lovely president and the incom- after spending/ a week's vacation ,
president, Miss Cone. The l bouquets of Spring garden ing president. in Jesup, Georgia where o tM]

chapter has received many im- flowers. Besides the visiting, dignateries, she visited with friends and rela-

\ porjant awards and ha| teen given Red and white carnation corsages guests and new members there tives. COFFEE 1 Con 48t 10 FREE

\ recognition on the i' National as were presented to the honor were twenty-two members present Miss Mary Jean Purvis of Jesnn \'ITlll:5:

well as the_. State and District I. guests and were also worn by the (. -,..._ Georgia: .is- visiting? for sever_-1 I
LIMIT ONE 0 FOOD ORDER
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al days with her .. other-in-law
and sister Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M
_
l'it -j'; yourptovd gr;duate deserves McCarthy.. FOOD FAIR Wwp4

Friends of Ken Ward will be lLYJTIPERr1Jl.llY' Wr=
glad to know he is resting com- YlISS.oO FOOD ORDER

surgery I I I COFFEE 1 lib. Can 38c F C j EXPIRES s..u r 'j
i at Humphreys Memorial
4t
i IIHIE IESI Hospital. \\ .14 ti\l .
t
: LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
Mr. and Mrs Wayne Perrine of .
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a Jacksonville spent the weekend .

I : visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Walter GOLDEN ROSEmm FYNE TASTE I GIANT DETERGENT
F. Leonard.
i FIND IT TODAY CUT
Miss Myrtice Carpenter teach. AlOGreen

.. er at LaGrange High School I Fine Tex S90C '

I spent Mother's Day with her parents :
: FROM OUR FINE SELECTION OF GIFTS Beans
L i Mr. and Mrs. Lewis: 0. Car- ,
penter. i; LIMIT ONE WITH![ $::i.00 FOOD OltHER[

: The Best InWALLETS Wide Selection Dean Oxley Jr., student at LaGrange 5 Ibs. 19c ,..
lOc
College spent the week- 16 0%. Can 1 ;
j INTERWOVEN SOCKSMen's end with his parnts Mr. and Limit One With $5.00 + FRESH .

BY HICKOUY 1 D. 0. Oxley Sr. Irs'l Food Order : i

T- J. ---- Friends of Miss Chloe
: ( 49c
g, : \ WE FEATUREJEWELRY ter will be glad to know she has orn 10 Ears

; returned to her teachings in Mi- Ii FRYERS lb. 29c
'
: The All New ami following. an illness. I Quarters i -

I i
T. N. Meek Works Manager of i
]- ---- -- TAPEREDSHIRTS the Union Carbide Ore Co., whose GROUND BEEF 3L JO = : i
Arrow S.99cCelery)
offices are in New York City, wasa : Stalk
visitor with Mr. and Mrs. E.

: TIES .' week.Roberts for several days N'I, ::' CUBE STEAKS, Frozen -10 1 For 99c 'I --- :

: FINE,.QUALITY FOR THE YOUNG AMERICAN ON_THE. r I! .":; 2 Heads .
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PUg' Six Newsreader! Fernsndina: Beach, Florida Thursday: May 16, 1963 I

,__ H'f -_---- HighS hop]l. EchQ / city'tV: te: Senator$ r. Scott!t J llyj I Bryuflt Acaemy, ,' ,

'f Tennis! Enthusiasts! Senators Win 1 151 1 1I I Hornets Edge '. 'j r : I
( from One) clntir2ued $ & BRYANT ACADEMY'S" < .
i Needed For Classes BY SHARON COUGH Continued : Fags fOjt >.* Qpt)
; ; CALENDAR OF EVENTSBV
I At .'Pity Courts; $ AsPikplapJfjsJsTwo l Redlegs 5r2 In I Hi! The activities are really.'School annual has been dedicated On the basis:ff of: the engineer's i at 26 and at 27 was elected mayor ANNETTE BRIDGES i
I jumping this week around the : tq : someone for; the past sixteen prospectus, an application wqs ; the youngest in that ctty'i hU. I
BY, S.l NDY DeSANDUO I campus! $ year?. The dedications i are as follows I. made to the, Federal Power c P\-\ for)'. Wednesday, May 15, 1963, at
I Overtime .. 7:30: r..M., last P.T.A. for this
our
Home RunsStewart Game { ':n' All the j juniors : : p47 Mrs. J. C. Bennett, mission for the necessary allofatJQp tie was elected to the. Senaf I I
:. school
Although tennis enthusiasts ... year will be held in
many %
: JNJC pig
such > J956 and
of reelected (
S (o a l was (In
"Z.: are running around 1Q48 Mrs.' Sara B. Goolsby, gas serye sy- ; school
have registered for the l The scored three ** t J9,49 Charles Cfalphin Allen Sr., stem. \ '. If- Melton t l and Russell by the largest number of vote; cafetorium. A "Box Supper" I
forthcoming tennis classes to be Pjkula'a two home runs Lons} Rqrpets .S. .. ... madjy ge\ and "Cake Walk" will take !
nducted the Recreation led the Kiwanis Senators}} to an runs in the seventh to defeat the ?: :, : ,*>4 ting everything) ,.1950 Mra, Edith Johnson, 1951 Nahm, mayor'. and city manager! I eyer received ip.t1e} J Pemoeratjc place, following the Wet
: by Dept.,, regular
we have not as yet reached the easy 15-1 win over the Chem-Cell KAC Redlfgs, 5.2, in Little League '..< .., .::j ready for ;)be t-[ IJrs. p. W, Bailey' ;composer of 3t that \\\if\e\ \ mcJde trip Jo I primary In Pplk CountrjTJiistpryHe I ing, sponsored by the homeroom? .. "
minimum number of participants Cubs in Little League play last action: last Thursday night at :t t. S:.Junior Sepur i Jhe Alma hater{ 1952 Mrs. Washington 'in,11tc J96Q tp present I was selected by1 the state mothers, Mrs. Mentoria MpblejrActing ,-.-
necessary to conduct this activity. Thursday afternoon. Pikula drpye I I the Little League Ball Park. The .:k.: ;..-.'.>..,'.. ."., Prom whichi .1 tjarice IJerpander, 1953 Thefaculty the city's r quest.Op !! I Jaycees! as one of the fjve out I Chairman. ,
.TJwse classes will begin this in 7 runs with two home runs and Hornets scored 2 runs in the .q. :, 7take place Saturday, May 18th and Kenneth : a double. i sixth to knot the score and send {t ,( ,..,.:f't' Friday 11 j t.b'J }055 Mr. P. S. Stover, 191k. Power poramjsslop> announced the 'state| i in J9G2 received the : Florida Council of Elementary
Stewart, the tennis prQfessional The Senators scored in every l *the game into extra innings. 't The seniors jire Mrs. 4. I. Sether, 195? Mrs ;approval; o ft the revested: allocation -!! Jaycee pood Government,. Education" will meet in our

who is to teach tfjese classes, ad. inning with four runs in the firston I Hep4rix was hit by a pitched extra excited'aJ1d i if :J2. Arnold *and Mr- J. H. Hill, 1958 of natural gas ant} plans Award.Senator is school cafetorium, beginning at _'"
vises that he will teach childrenas three walks, two errors and a i ball to open the game-tieing sixth f curious to see I Ii ,V Mr, M. E. Mackeever, 1959 ere made tp secure {the necfssa. yfinancing. I accomplished Kelly after dinner rated speak.n as ar. 8:00: A.M. AH members of District

yoijng as 10 year? old. single by Mikey Townsend. Doubles inning, Billy Leeper singled to i how the gay eyent will IOOL.i..- j iFernandina Beach and Amelia Island and those attendjnjF the banquet Four are expected to be present
The children's class will be conducted by Windle Higginbotham and score Bowers \yho had replaced I The band is presenting its a lOGO_ Mr. and! Mrs. Fred! In Peepmber! of 196J the city{ : assured all' enjoyable with 100 per cent participation. "
Pikula accounted for 2 runs in llendrix apd Leeper scored when '.1: Cook 1961 The People!; pf reiyed approval} pf .P loan pf ; are .! The Bryant Academy
from 9:30: 10:30: a.m. nua{ Spring Concert in the 'high fr.RH.S. I I i evening.Kiwanians. ; faculty
and the adult class from 10:30: 'he second, three errors and two pilly Stewart was safe at firston I school I J962 Mr- R. M. Gougb, $1,885,000 for the projf t. Th| (host to F.C.E.E.) will give the
11:30 a.m. at the Tennis Courts walks gave them 2 runs in the an error. auditorium this Thursday vid 1963 Mrs. Marjorie A.Chirds. Public Facility Loan'was annoupp-i results and findings of their study

pn Atlantic Avenue.All third. A single by Mark Morris In the seventh, Bobby Burton Dance ugne, May Band 16th will, at 8 p.m. The Congratulations Mrs. ed by the Community. facilities I.I ; Hear in the reading program of the
also
persons interested should ind Pikula's first home run. gave walked to open the frame, Bow- play var- I Childs! Administration.Following tfhool for this term. ,
register as soon as possible by them 2 more runs in the fourth ers walked, Leeper singled, Tommy ous selections. The band has I We are happy to announce that approval! of the loan, Monday, May 20, 1963, at 7:30:
calling ,the Recreation Dept. Office -vith Bobby Ferreir doubling in Corbett singled, Terry Rowe : worked he hard on this program and I the correspondent from the Campus the federal! Rousing and ffonje (Continued from Page One) 3.M., the fourth, fifth, and sixth
'he frame. The Senators public's support will be greaty of F.B.H.S. for the 196364schopl
same Finance agr4 to trades will the
at 261-5201. purchase present ,
safe and Stewart Agency operetta
was on .an error '
appreciated. The admission i "It is far better to correct juveniles
'inal four runs were scored in the singled. b year i| to be Ned Tyson revenue certificates in the 'Snow White and the Sewn
ixth when Eddie Wilds had angle 'Oc for students and $1 for adults He has a pose for news and should amount of $1,870,000, to be repaid during their adolesenc' Owarfs". The operetta is bfB5!
The scored their
Mixed Doubles ,; a walk, and an error and runs in Redlegs the first inning all of when with tickets being sold at the <
Dikula blasted his second home Mark Haddock singled and scored door.The correctly.] ?as sales. Interest rate was set when they have reached_ adult* ler Fourth Grade sponsor.:Wand
IJY II. B. ELLIS, JR. run. when Ricky Jones singled after schedule for the enior has This will l be my Iat! article of at 3 5/8 percent or 3 3/4 percent.At hopd. The correction of 'jqveni} Mrs. Frances Holiday. FiftIiuidixth i
." Ronn'e' McDonald doubled and two outs. Lee Godwin, who was follows: Baccalaureate, May' High. School\ Echoes. I would like i this time the engineers met jejjnquents is the most p actict'; Grad.)pQnsor. Pease f.ni*
BY II. B. ELLIS JR. teve Solomon singled to give base by being hit with pitch. 7.6th at 2:30 p.m. in the audjtor- to express my gratitude and appreciation with the City to discuss the pros and :the more human approach t< >ut and enjoy an evening o fujjj: :
on
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: WEEK OF 5-14 he Cub their run in the fourth. ed ball, also scored the singleby 'um; Class Night, May 28th at to you the readers. I nectus and make further plans. the problem. It is far less expensive \dmission: Adults, $.35 and..Stu: ,
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: Total McDonald{ ?;ngle J d in the sixth for Jones. on 7:30 p.m. i in the auditorium; an4 Have enjoyed writing this article City Commissioner E. J. JohnsonJr. |Q correct a cjiild than it L lents $.20. .. *.

I Team St4ndingsV! L Tins fhe only other hit by the Cubs. Lee Godwin, fireballing right. Graduation, May 30th at 7:30 p.m. *very much and 'I hope that you ., raised a number of question? to support a criminal. Wednesday, May 20; 19631 :!$
Bidden Lanestyv'e 5 ,& 2' 4873 Hijrpinbotham, Morris, Ferreira hander for the Redlegs, tossed no- 'n the City Ball Park. If the wea. ,'he pubjic; hive enjoyed reading! :on the prospectus and asked that "Another resp6nsibiity] of r '*.M. an appreciation" program
? o.:4: 41* 3% 4816 Townsend and Wjld collected hit balls for the Redlegs, striking her is inclement it will be held J Jt :t jis much as.I baye enjoyed writing further action be deferre4'until juvepile court she, dependent of vill be given in our shopl cafg-
5 3 4875 "its to store in the Senator hit. out 13 {hornets, until the sixth the Recreation; Center. it.Ned. be could further study npd: .discuss .!neglected child who has bees orium at this time, Miss Helen
vip<* with| Pikula. The Fernandina Beach High will.e net W >fkl!! "".
ooa Fair 3 5 4lifi1lio..2 when the fame was turned over you the project as J prppo ed. abandoned or improperly care Carter, who will retire June
Fletcher Shurley did the pitch- He later raised objection fc *J, 1903 will receive special) hOn-
2 C 4813 : to David Key who was then the -- (or. These become wards of thourt )
Kay's 4 4 4893 !ig ftr the Cihr| r'J and allowed the the prpposed system and was, Irs on this< program. Miss Carter
Mary victim of the Hornet uprising. and Jheir .future js of para
Senator;) nnly 8 hih, but nine Cub "
? Terry Rowe started the hill backed up by t the Junior\ Chaniber; ount interest thei as taught: for many years
: 3CaniesIadden on Junior 71 thp court
High Tram, did his High Lighf
rrors not help pitchingause. of Commerce and
later iroujrhout
I thpr' in- Nassau County. All
t Lanes 2409 for the Jlqrnets and\ tossed shut- ohysjpal j well being also a prim :
ferested 'ormer
students
parties.When of Mjss Carter'sive
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put ball until he had to leave responsibility.
I'i 0.. G 272rjo Score by innings: I the and homeFinancing "
BY JANICE SWEATT Housing been extended special invi-
after the i '
sixth with Martin Hoi- !
'But, the continue1"the
4 2442 Senators 49.2 214 15 8 4 i t speaker
: Agency l aniHthe thai ations to be present and on time.
High, Ind. 3-Games Cuh000 100 139 ton holding the Redlegs in cheek Hi! The students went to Hil-! pnd place tied between Sandra Commission was split on the court's responsibility is als This program has been planned .'
Piknla and McDonald; Shurleyand ;;n the seventh. RQwe struck out hard( for the Math Tournament f oore of Fernandina Beach, Doris issue and that local oppositionhad the public's responsibility, an' o be one of the greatest ever
D. Taylor C97Cs8
: Gass. 9 and Holtpn 2 in allowing the ;K Quarrier of Callahan and Ida without the support and cooper
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called halt help'ushonor
J. ilcKendreeI yesterd4y a n cj been raised they a witnessed, so plan now to
Redlegs only four hits. JJalas of 'Yule, apd fifth place ticn of an enlightened publ'c, th
: Gal I after the forty] :t to further negotiations until the one that) has given fwaivv-
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the
Leeper ,
Billy }leading
was '
fulfill
their
<: pent to Jim Corbett of Fernan- Courts (could not responsibility
minute test, thr matter. was resolved locallv. Tears of her life to tjie teaching
High, Team Came hitter for tile }Hornets with 2 pits 1' hI
CityBoviling presentation o' ..." '1J (lina! B ach. Until t this i time both sides have in these areas, Tofession to help girls and boys"o
while
Mary Kay's 893 Tommy Corbett and Billy '
r f Jfaflden Lanes 855 Stewart the others. awards tool #. ; f.. When flIt] the points were added sttyck t o their guns antJ the matter onc1 ded. be better citizens..

J I'o,4 848 League Mark gave Ifaddock, Bob Godwin. place. Mr. Houston -',*,:.:, and averaged, Fernandina Beach has been at a stalemate. Bob Cenek had as his uestQb'
Lee'Key and Ricky Jones collected I Sapp mad: won the whole tourna.me! in- Recently, ,after the Commission! Jarvis pf Container! Corporation Each year cancer costs the paMonal .
t, : High, Ind. Came the presentation ; I pluding both Junior. and Senior yoted< he four Redleg hits.
B.. floland) 2'.12rl:; BY II. D. ELLIS, JR. to the Iligh Divisions. majority plant. of The Amer-i
Score by innings: ftllowinf : a ,yotef Senator ,JIar- vears pro uctivlti'
J. JGKendree students. I Last Wednesday Miss Hanna's Stratton and Claude Win. scan Cancer that
246 Total Hornets[ 000 002 3 5 4 3 ry Rep. Society explains
D.. :Jhglor Team Standings W L Pins Redlegs 200 000 0 \-. 2 4 3 Representing I I choru presented a most enjoyable gate moved into the picture and It's a 004<| i4ea to' visit youi 'ancer also'costs American business !-
I' .JIih Scratch Howlers Godwin concert. said they would pass legislationto social security office before yoi and industry. the loss pf valuable ,
No.2 3 1 2777 Rowe, Hoi ton and Burton; the seventh grade, Diane Davis of
:.= I.sJjN Morris & Payne Body Shop D. Key and lIad ock. Fernandna Beach first Cherrj Edenfiejd, Connie Car- promote a referendum on the apply (or benefits, so you will executives at the peak of
E. Flint 190-485) place Robert Johnson won of Fernan- :.. gal, Kathy Rowe, pmie Lathrop question.The\ |\now what proofs you may need their efficiency and 6f trained
Q. Joyce 158-454 2 2 2762ladden ; find! Jim Saunderson participated City Commission voted unanimously t9[ bring} with ypu. workers at the height! of their
lina Beach
I V. Hodge 1GG-U2 Lanes! 2 2 2730 Jf.-High Elementary Carolyn Burden'of I'. in a piano concert held last week for 'such a referendumand productivity. The dollar loss is in.

I Gents Becker's Drugs 1 3 2759 MENU'SMAY2O21 Haddock Fernandina of Hilliard Beach and tied for Walter I'' at the Civic Auditorium! in Jacksonville fhe date was set fpr Tuesday. -- estimable. Jleln! cut down this

J, McKendree 201-538 high Team, 3-Games LUNCHROpM and Gary Sterling of Yulee second and did a wonderful job. May 21. pumber are expected tQ turn out tragic loss. Sunpoit the American -
!; C. Hodge 213-523 2777 placed fifth. j,Congratulations! J Both sides .are making, OYfT'1 to either ratify{ or reject the proposed I Cancer Society 1963 Crusade .
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; R. Hidden 182-509 No. 3 2762 Monday: Meat loaf, mashed From the eighth grade, Celeste 1 i I See you next week. tures to ,the voters and a J ,system. ..LL* ;.; :

i'' Becker's Drugs 2750!) otatqes, buttered peas and car-, I: v ..r.1:;; i .-_' T : \ :
Hardee won first place, Kathy I
rots, sliced tomatoes, rolls apd '
r: See High, Ind.! -.GamtsR. )utter, chilled pear halves, and % Allison second and Janice Sweatt\ .
.t third, all of Ferpandina Beach. ff.TOTAL '
pint; milk.
Hadden .593S.
Fourh: place went to Carol John. PERFORMANCE : (
Ham
I "Hi Neighbor"WITH Bohannon 575 Tuesday: wgreen :
( 575 beans, and potatoes, tossed green son of Ililliard and fifth to Joaji'!
B. Joyce
ne J 9JHof Yulee. The ninth .
JIM i WATSON \ salad, cornbread and butter, apple I
,I I High, Team'Game pie wI cheese wedge an.d % grade first place went to Vincent
t\. .* ; And On May 20 I IQ. .2 tics pint milk. White of Fernandina Beach, sec-. I : ;rt ; :
Special GuestGordon
Pecker's Drugs 903Hadden Wednesday: Hot dogs I buns,
Lanes 934 Ranch style beans cole slaw,

ii I Ellis I High, Ind. Game 'resh fruit salad, raisin cookie '
f I and % pint milk. IHEY1
: Nassau CountyAgricuIturil C. Hodge 231 /21 S
t Thursday: Beef Stew wI ,
Agent I IIJ K. Skidmore 216 1 brown gravy, steamed' rice, cejery \ ..eI ,

') .i4At 6:45: A.M. S. Bohannon'llJligh 210 sticks, stewed tomatoes, whore )7wsJf _
IJ i i'I' Scratch Bowlers kernel corn, biscuits and butter. .5

R. Hadden 200581S. peanut butter leg and % pint ea _
: POWERFUL Bohannon 192-521H. I .Q*

'I'\'I''l\ I II Ellis 188-517 milk.Friday: Grilled Cheese) sand- Miami has already outlawed, .
I CHANNEL 12 B. Joyce 179515C. wich, lettuce and' tomato salad, 'em, several states are about to -
I WFGA-TV I lodge 210-511 : frozen baby limas, jello w/fruit. pass laws and a 'bill before congress ofi
JACKSONVILLE H. Wilson 185- 09 chocolate cqke wi white icing and would prohibit permanent
lIB( K. Skidmore 194-5PiJi I.to pint mil)*. detergents from inter-state com, ,
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cfl so names detergepts have been Th. S

!if O ALL THE REGISTERED VOTERS : and polluting lakes.: watr. 4Rd systems the demand, streams: is; I -A(

;T that changed.And their. chemical make up be' > 4'q tfyt

the detergent makes are __
: in the of Fernandina Beach : 1 in 'a real lather. They yell that it i
City t ,
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I years to clean up their cleaning I
stuff. ___ a
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.: : :'Hot c' just[ Property Owners or Hojne Owners L. i The Soap and Detergent Association -'
says it will cost the makers i
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million to change and more

\ : This coming Tuesday, May; Sit ypu will have the privilege of voting for a to buy Jack Lescoulie's soft-soap) tt .

-* step in carrying Fernandina Beach forward, along! with the advancing( ) times, contract ,
The whole industry: would be
) or just !jetting it <|rift along. : upset in the midst of planningnext S S
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: My spbject as I guess you know by now, is Natural Gas for the City of season's tv commercials and .
I' Fernandina Heach. As one of your 5 City Commissioners, I would like to let I training women on how to look

\, : you know what I have found to be, true acfcrdin j to my study qf this project : at the camera they don't knowthey're .

.;. : and the information. I have secured from qualified engineers in this field. I III : If the on.detergent boys honestly

II I I know you must have heard lots of pros and cons on this subject but want to clean up their products I fOliO 6AUX1E M/XL SPORTS HAXOTOP .
quickly they could use each oth
I ; here] are some facts: I ers. Then they would be really IF: YOU KNEW PAT '

: : 1. Natural Gas for Fernandina Peach will not cost one penny in taxes, nor I clean.

: ; will any money need to be pledged to its support by the people of this city now I And this bhh-blah about it TINY LUND KNOWS ABOUT FORD DURABILITY. .YOU'D BE OUT ENJOYING A '63 FORD :

: or eter. It is a self liquidating project and will stand solely on its 'o'n. taking three or four years to .
S make unpolluting! detergents is a
2. The first year after .t the natural gas line i is completed (if you vote for lot of hog-wash. 4sk Tiny. Lund about, Ford durability: He'll tell you how it You c n't put a long-term warranty like ours op a short-.\' '. ,:

,. Progress in Fernandina; lleach) your tie-ins and gas jet changes will be mjde helped him win America's toughest stock-car.competition, the term car. The '63 Fords have a better warranty because they're

I : free of charge. Your gas rate will average approximately 18 to 19 cents per I FACTS ABOUT PAPER Daytona 500. Lund placed first in a Ford,with four! other fords built better than any Fords in history. You see evidence of this'right

gallop.! Pulp and paper industry has behind him for an unprecedented seep of the fust five extra toughness in Ford's outstanding compejifiye WipHhis year. :

invested more than |7 billion in places. Only the Fords were tough enough to stand the pace. '63 Fords won the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and AllinijXXfy
t : 3. You can tie into the system or not. If you do tie in apd for some reason plants, research, and equipment and the demanding Pure Oi| Performance. Trials.' Only

t : decide you do not want it, you can disconnect, witji no obligation. \ I pew since} 1947. .Greater. 'Y' durability. I is the reason. Ford is able. to offer a. totaljar ". 1 I- cars with total performance could. roll up' so' many big wins ,

\ ; 4. There is no doubt in my mind that Natural 1 (Jas I ip Fernandina Beach warriDly. Only a true, totaj-perforjrjance "car could "offer 0 .- Before you-buy any new car,test-drive' the solid, silent! uper

!I \ .. would )he q J great inducement to small i industries to 'locate in our city. This as complete .a warranty as this.-with no strings attached Torqye fprd. If you haven dnven one J lately! }ou can't really :

c) : would be good for our economy. "SE C. B. "fprd Motor Company warrants to its dealers,and its dealers, know what new fed is like.--Remember: If ifj built Jiy ford, '
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1 : 5. I have been asked, "What will you gel out of (this?" I can only say ; in turn, warrant to owners as follows: That! for 24 mpnths or if,i built for performance. total 1 performance. : :

: that: as your City Commissioner it is my flhligatipn tp urge, (tQ tfoe umqst| Tef3 INGRAM"FOR for 24,000( mites,whichever comes firsvjrep replacement, including .}f dM fJI taD mikt. whichever comet fir$1, (or the Iff cia f/ ot N' yvt 289Cl :
S real progress for Fernandina Beach and Natural Gas is certainly a big step in related labor, will be made by dealers of any part .D.
: that direction. It is not the biggest thing that we could have but certainly a .Ts with a defect in workmanship or materials. Tires .re not covered :.

tooth in the gear tlat) we need to t turn us toward t tjiat pal. So, a progressin j I .Real; pstate J** by the warranty; appropriate adjustments will be made sohd. stan! SUPER TORQUE :

: city| is all we expect to get out of it. Let's, vpte ")'ef1." in i i that directon.f : Life Insurance by the tire companies. 'Owners will 'remain responsible: (or ice sa HMS THESYVBOtCf! '

\ : !It! has been said that this project just won't pay its way. But Instead Ii Retirement Income J & [pqrmaj maintenaqce i services, routine, placement blades of f brake parts, S FI R 0 I J

f : of sitting back and letting it'c meThnddie, they are spending some cold cash Health & AccidentHospitalization ; such as filters, sparkplugs, ignition) .Iper (; /Vit '
\ or clutch linings, and normal deteifJeftpf| ( soft trim and l .IICTI j.
: in leaflets and other propaganda against it. ,
items. .
. appearance
. \ : Folks, let's give it a try. We cannot advance sitting stilL Major Medical *- .



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Drury- Gets I Loans Expedited Bill Is Introduced 1 I \\ -Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 Page SeVSngrpwnies _

WorK< Scholarship V -
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Become
I i t Florida JoythernLAPLAND \ i For Veterans In (Continued T5" From Page'' '.One) I % F I' PROCLAMATION Jhe hospitals employees.Of ,..\"i
Girl Scouts At
r I Atf present an ..archaeologcal; I II .
Drury of Fernandina- Donald Beach If.is Home Financing "d.g"pis underway; ) I the historic I 1 1I 1t I Weekend HolidayA WHEREAS our hospital servesin every 100 hospital employees",

site of former Fort an Carlos I : the interest of each. person in J54 ere involved in the profe&ioaal -
Florid>> and the original foundation is be I .h 0 Brctamie Holiday and cookout this community; and care ,of patients. Sixteen work
I Veterans in those areas jf Flor- ing uncovered. PJans: 'are to rebuild was held Friday night, May: WHEREAS our hospital is : p the housekeeping and nwinlcn-
awarded work scholarships to ida where private financing for .and preserve the fort as a t c. .//.t a. 10th, at the Jetty Lodge vithsixtyone staffed by professionally rained lance department; 11 in dietary
aisHf in a special biotic stQdyt GI home loans is not available I f : ..
historical attrac iorL 'i girls from the Fernan- personnel who daily provide diagNostic Jl{ in adnrniitation, and 3. in.
' 'college is making for the National" that the .I ,.
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Vet
advjsed today
were I I .t dina i "i.t
Science Foundation. ..Wingaje submitted. bill on .earls are,; 'participating. therapeutic, and rehabilitative ether areas
has
Administration! now '
I erans Monday tO permit' the county( to t p. : Assembled around the campfire ) services of the highest quality -
A'graduate of Fernandina Beach funds available to permit immediate I
provide hospitaHzatiotin3urance on the beach Friday night, to help maintain the health of Hospitals need the supptrrfr"of
School, he is junior, maj- fulfillment of applicationsfor
IUgh a i for county employees: tlndar the r -5 the girls listened to Ralph Wood our citizens; andWHERSAS their communities. At pHK t1f,"
orn; jn biology. His parents are direct loans from the VA. S
; act the county could pay all or] j jI jI I tell astounding "ghost stories" as our hospital fur. 55.5 per cent of all hospitals have
jjr' and Mrs. Ranzy J. Drurj. C12S9ph Until recently, eligible Florida ;, part of the premiums. Elected I only he can.Saturday ther serves the community as a organized ;yjiHanes, with neatly1.2 -
Fifth St.
| veterans had to face long delaysin tls. \ "
county officials will not be covered I the Brownies cooked million members.
teaching institution for health
The.resear. h project,, financed obtaining direct loans because a W ......
the -
: jn measure lunch fires and at 2:30( andWHEREAS -
I i8 i over open : personnel;
br a. $25,590 grant awarded Florida the special insufficient funds for to the handle program the Also introduced by Wjngate I the "Fly-Up" ceremonies were our hospital offers The total assets of hospitals: yNO are v
'
1 Southern by the RationalSptnce were ed.! After they had crossed the $19 billion, an all time high. '
Foundation, Is the first ; large number of applications, Thomas was a bill to establish a law library career opportunities and rewarding .*-.*
"Brownie into Girl Scoutin :
Bridge"
in Nassau County. The bill lifework to in -
G. Hall, Nassau County Service many persons
biotic study, of Central
ytaf-round Officer, explained. provides that the cost of such a Y Lx j, ? and had thrown off their this community and An average of nearly 1.4 million -
.. Florida's plant and' animal would be defraved by .4. Brownie hats, Mrs. Dot Segal, iif'hw-;*
In recent months the VA has II library I WHEREAS each member of persons are patients (
life, assessing a filing fee of $2.50 for field representative, welcomed the pitals on any given day.
I. sold large blocks of direct loan SHOWN ABOVE 4RE 'TWO CHARACTERS from the our hospital staff performs a task
into Girl with the
Scouting
in' Circuit girls
action
Patronize Our Advertisers mortgages to financial institutions each suit or movie "Lobo", showing, Friday and Saturday y at the JIm essential to the recovery of pa- '
--..- --- -- seeking investments and the Court t Theatre. i'i'f Girl Scout handshake and salute. tients or to the safe and efficient Of the hospital dollar< &$;.4 ,
proceeds from these sales go I Win ate also submitted'a bill I The Brownie Holiday proved to operation of the institution; cents goes for professional rare

back into a special revolving fund I directing the County Commission 'be most successful and a good NOW THEREFORE BE IT I of patients; 12.7 cents tyc hoise'r.

provided by the Congress for financing I to investigate a claim by George 100 1 time was had by all. The scouts RESOLVED that I, E. J. Smith, hold and property; 11.2 cents for i
direct loans to veterans, : Leslie Bryant that he suffered an FLORIDA YEARS AGO would like to thank the leaders Mayor of Fernandina Beach, pro- administration; 11.1 ce *s for

Hall pointed out injury while serving' sentence and mothers for helping make I claim May 12-18 as National Hospital dietary, and 8.6 ceets for Mier
p Sale of these mortgages to pri- I Imposed in the county jud e's I May: 12 Governor Milton an the cause of education, ,in cpm. 1 this such a delightful weekend. A Week and salute Humphreys items.
interests does not is seeking $1,000 the I special thanks to Ralph Wood and I -- -- --- ---- -
vate financial I court. Bryant nounces appointment of Mar- mon with other enterprises, must Memorial Hospital for their con-
Ma alter the interest rate or other i I Iconsideraions J m damages. I iano D. Pappy of Tallahassee as necessarily languish during the i Tom Farr' for making the bridge'J tinned progress in health care;
granted the veteran I J Impiessment Commissioner. .- Ap continuance of the war, but no and Gil Becker for the help he for conducting: the educational TROUBLE 1

by the VA. i praisor. John Finlayson, Jefferson matter: to what extremities we gave at the fort I programs that insure a continu-

protection for Hall stated that there is no Jaycees' ChcmUnContinued County, is also"serving: as a. may be driven, we sincerely hope'I The girls who participated: are ing supply of well-trained health GETTING

t money-our I waiting list now and machineryhas commissioner. that the doors of the School House as follows: [personnel, and for proyiding a '
Policy: I been set yp in the Loan; f iuar- ( from Page One) Flol'ida'sVeath r. this past will under no circumstances be I Troop No. 407 Cpcile Bennett i i growing number of career oppor- AUTO :.

m? todayl! anty Division of the St. Petersburg week has been unseasonably, cool. entirely closed. However, hard the !I Debra Blanchard, Jeanette tunities for the youth of America.E. '

I Regional Office to insure 2. It a particular eye-sore has "Old timers" report that it,is the pressure may be, however, imper- Lawrence, Holly New some, Carolyn J. Smith, Mayor INSURANCE? : :: .
I rapid processing of any applications been spoiling your pride in Fer "coolest spring" in their memory. ious the necessity, there are other Snyder, and Marie Struss. Fernandina Beach, Florida :

: from those eligible areas nandina Beach, fill in the form According to a report at ,the sacrifices which we can afford to I The leaders were Mrs. Venits I Need SR-22 Filinq. < andliability .. U',
A James Rowers I where VA "guaranteed" home below, clip it out of the paper, Southern Baptist Convention, make better than the School I Newsome and Mrs. Mary Struss. insurance Ask
i loans are not available from private and mail it to "Clean-Up," P. 0. House. We are, therefore, for the your agent to send your
in this II
meeting Augusta, Georgia No. 355 Virginia Al- HOSPITAL FACTS
.311 Allatillc An' Troop .
to us if you've.bees
sources. Fernandina Beach, Flor 'I application
of the of and
I '.o- lf\ : Box S57, week, the Florida Baptist Churih-; : sae youth our city excelled relicttd. '.
JacquelineCook or
Phone 261-3382: Kay iJoyette
I' ida. adjacent //country, .anxious to see I verson
C '" es contributed only $6 for foreign Pam Dan We can insure almost
PAPER Marsha Daniel
FACTS ABOUT ,
the doors of the Seminary reopen, I The total number of personnel ""
d'.STATE in 18C2 compared I at fair rates regardless -
missions as I .
anyone ,
Three out of five people believe iel, Lynn Gooding, Vivian Harvey, has
uusrur I 1861. Gifts for and' happy to learn the trustees employed by hospitals more of driving rec
To Clean-Up, P. 0. Box 357, with $154.89 in I,
Mann,
that trees are being cut faster I : Denise Heafner, Beverly This
FARM MUTUAL have have consummated arrangementsin than doubled since 1946. re- ord. Fire theft comprehensive -
1do.obUt tnsscseca ra./sor than used whereas there is I Fernandina teach, Fla. domestic missions, however, regard to it, which promise Janet Mayo, Lorraine Meeks, Pam flects the growing number of services and eoltisiea'also ..
.." Olf",:IkIoIIinlQl,id/mia! r.wuru 94% more growing wood now thanin I suggest! your. ckari-up., project increased from $50 in 18ol to better t things fpr the future." The ''Melvjn i Joycjs: Mitchell Cathy provjded by hospitals. available. Premium may ..
\ 'tit I I. $4G3jQO; in 18G2 lead i1''
and Susan Witt. The be paid in install!
1935. I be paper says the legislature at its Vann easy ,II '.
-- ---- -- ;. A Florida newspaper says that next session must make it one "of ers were Marlene Heafner and Two-thirds of a hospital's operating men t s.

s.t' .... ';: "some of our Southern soldiers, I the primary objects ,of its policy Joan Alverson. The mothers were, expense goes for payrpll ,To Afcnls: We will be ,,
I who have wives and children at and deliberation to provide | Blanche Vann, Ann Daniels and which is returned to the commun- (rinsed to srncl compete'
wapjand
Located At: --- .. ..
: &fJc nlnce imloonFloiida's -L .. home, have. married again among II means to educate the poor I Iris Boyette. -- I lit on m/uirf. Broltr- ",
II .. ( Submitted By:; ,-" ; the Virginia girls. These sweet I children who have been made orphans i Troop No. 179 Sally Adler, Mary Julia Brewton and Pat one 1$ Aligned; Risk ? "

.' 7Print. : Name I and lovely (Jairis'els ,little thjnfc} a.s by this cruel and unnaturalwar. I Beverly Bohannon, Diana Burns, I Pailey. Tlie l leaders were Pat flan.TODAY'S .
....., Oldest qnd i Most Historic they take these gay young gentlemen ." I Amy Crumpler, Caroline Dickens, i Piper and Joann Taylor. The
(.,M I Address: ," for better or worse that i The Clerk of the Tallahassee Julia Ann Dressler, Kathy' Gal- mothers were, Mrg. Thad Lee; t.I .
Fernandina Ileach's Favorite Meeting Place Phon" ) -- they have left other deyoted i Council announces that henceforth I jphin, Kay Hanna, Betty Hardee, Mrs. Dot James; Mrs. Sue Bailey '

: For TJie Finest In Beverages ,r::.- r ... wires and prattling babes_ be- :i "no citizen will be alI Nina Herring, Ann Jones, Sue;\ ; Florence Mieisejevibki, and I
lieutenant wrote Lowe, Ann Merrow,
hind Recently a Lauren
i i lowed to remove slaves who are Kelly
I
and Mrs. Bill Pyyion.
N :... Boiled Shrimp Ham On Rye 411 entries must be, postmarked. "a, very Jopg, endearing! letter to ; ill,>to any premises located out of6oW9 Sandra Miller, Debbie Sims and'I Mr -- ---- -, ,
'" no later than 18 May: 10C3. In his wife and children and at J at the gf the City Susanne Weatherford. The lead
i ,:? .Kosher Sandwiches Barbecue case of duplicate) ',"sugoattons' theartier the same time wrote a most affed- without. permission expense from the In- ers were Carolyn Qalphin} find HOSPJThL ,.,.: --,
I tionate loving letter to his newly I Weatherford. Mothers who "
e: postmarK will l enote the! tendent. ( Peggy
: -- -- -- -- Unfortunately 1 ,
r q ., wmner.J married hride but- The U. S. S. Huntsville today : helped were Mrs. Ginny Lowe
for him, fig sent thX wrong 1! Mrs. Jean Hanna and Mrs. Nancyi '

A Classified Ad For Quick Results Trade At 'Home I letter to each so that his. lovely I captured Spanish steamer the blockade Union running in the I i Herring. ; ;>CAREER CENTER:;;; :

J \ Try (! bride got the letter intended for Gulf of Mexico west of St. Petersburg I Troop No. 330 Sally White,'' '. ,.J \
I'the wife and she the other. It I show that she Jamie White, Julie Taylor, Lisa -
,| created quite a fuss in the family Her papers bound for Mex- Stone, Ann Robas, Donna Ragan,' J Q' "FOR ; ,
II of Havana
I if not in both families." is oat. indication she Lori Pyron, Cynthia piper, >4iy! '''
but from
i May 13 The U. S. S, DeSotoon Jcp; every I Olivia Patrick, Mary Luch Mier- j
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: : ( : to run the blockade -1
\v2 panning i
of $ AMERICA'S YOUTH
( blockade duty in the Gulf pejewski, Janice Lovequist, Lucy
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I
your into M bile.II. ,
i Does flTitime,; forGet : Mexico{ captured the Confederate Libby, Julie Je, Julie Lasserre, .
/ aTUNEUP schooner-- eabird- olt: ->rgnstcu'fqBay. "the U. S. S. DeSoto today captured ,I Pam Kittrell, Esther 'Kavouklis; fiHHUJiflier.Mg JagfcJBtHgaWyTJ '

[ TrER She is oi ereil e for adjudication, and the, DeSoto Mississippian! with 187 bales of I Higginbotham, Louise Britton,
the ----- - ----.
'thatr and four barrels of turpentine --- -
L Commander reports i cottpd -- -- - ---
$ FALTER t
f better ,security of the Seabjid and in the Gulf of Mexico. r f' r ,
I
f for the preservation: of h>r' cargoI AHoard were six persons, "not ,
;.ti" from took out of her six demijohns- tone, of whom would acknowledge

I I drS1M4'I spirits, said to belong to, her I hinfclf to be her master, not one
crew." |t araon r them at first would ad-

I The U S. S. Huntsvillft today i I mir he spoke or comprehended
1 If so. ... I captured the Confederate schooner I English.: She is enroute to Key

,A. J. Hodge at sea off the J' 9r. I We4 :for adjudication.;

; ,ida east coast. ,
I J /, May 14 The U. S. S. Fort
I .. Henry today captured a, small Seafood Recipes I
I your cars] motor ready for flat loaded with corn in Wata-. "
near Cedar Key. !
I t: carefree driving in the warm"P sassa Bay 1G ,Tke Fedeiaj'sphooner .I/BSTiil, : IN CORAL SAUCE I Our Precision Tune-Up Get Our Brake Check-Up Let Us Check Your 'Vhm.t tWill
May tender to the ?'lobster) tails (or 2 cups. lots! Bring Peak Perform- Now! Your Life May Ie- Alignment and Balance
Two Sisters
weather months ahead U. S. S. Magnolia; reports the ster meat) I ance Back To Your Mo- pend On The Prompt AcYou'll Drive More Safely) !
i THIS C tablespoons butter or margarine -
tor. tion of Your Brakes.
WFF : capture of the Confederate schooner .
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SAF :< *
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F1Y gERV Oliver S. Breese off the Flor? -.- .
flour
5 tablespoons
10
i it' Only. / 0 FFCas ? ida Keys. The Breese has a general -
I cargo aboard and ,was: pat ,12 Jeup cups half tomato cream-half paste milk COMPLETE' ONE STOP SERViCE FOR ALL MAKE< CARS

i f rQute from Havana to Bayport. 1\ h May 17 The Coal fednat I!
% jjarljc juice
teaspoon
see
I 66 blockade runner Cuba was barged ,
\ '6-8 Tabasco
drops :
late this afternoon by her own r ,
a b a Horren's
1/8 teaspoon ginger Auto 5erw&eeC"&
; f r crew in the Gulf of Mexico to
J Il by, ,the. U, S., S. 1/Steaspoon curry powder
any sixcylinder ; as present capture 1/8 teaspoon mace I ..
eo. f DeSoto. The Federal vejsfl had "YOUR RAMBLER DEALER"PHONE :
l car" ( 1"Ii __ Remove lobster meat from .
Southern
the ship
been chasing shells. Melt butter in a skillet'Add ; ,
U 088 S 1 J j j jt for more than six hours. The flour gradually and blend in ; 26WU7 ol/l ANA TiOXITVP; STREETS !

J any eight Confederate cargo was estimatedto milk-cream. Cook until thick. Add r .- "
t I cylinder car ." ) be worth at least $400,000 in tomato paste and seasonings. Add : t .. ..
specie at Havana and at Mobile, the lobster meat and turn heatto
\\J *Part extra If needed a million and a quarter. summer
I
until ready to sarve.
1
j I wha NowAf Your favorite Store
today
The U. .S SKana Good over rice or chow mein p.. a
II t WE DO ALL, THIS. captured the Confederate schooner noodjes. Serves 6. II
Hunter hound from ;Mobile to 1t
0 Clean,and Adjust Spark Plugs 0 Check Coil and Condenser Havana with cargo of cotton.
sty May 18 The Kanawha today The American Cancer Society i Ask for It. i
11 0 CJean and Set Points
0 Check Generator and captured the Confederate schooner has designated 1963 as f'The Year ,
{
0 Set Timing Voltage Regulator I Ripple in the Gulf. of the Volunteer" in behalf of the p t
I May 19 The West Florida more than 2,000,000 volunteerswho I .

0 AdjustjCarburetor. ; 0 Check Battery Seminary\ of Tallahassee has pro make up the organization: : ..r 'THE TASTE WILL TELL" ;
rl cured the ,services of a man as | which is seeking to conquer cpncer'I II t

JU tHSay "CHARGE ITII. e. Taka months to pay principal for next fall. The' school i through research, education and I ''ROE v
6)11 open about the first uf Oc 1.service. Support the efforts of HOlt Hill DAIRY j
tober. In making this announcement these volunteers during the 1963

"the Florida Sentinel says ,Cancer Crusade. .
: U\LY INDEPENDENT DAIRY SERVING

AS Virsson NEW TREADS S S ) FERNANDINA DRACH"t

: APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES t,7 1
\ y For Home Delivery Coll 261-3198' :
1.\ WHITEWALLS- ANY SIZE'I 63 COMET

I i3' i Narrow or Wide Design, I ;. ; Fernandina Beach ;

S I 1 Tubeless or Tube-type 4 for SPECIALLY PRICED AT I rx ;r ?"< TASTE THE DIFFERENCE ;

fl u g Sg' g g 'fSjTISSSJW,' MM II f

I Our New Trtadt. identified mark, I i xt les:. *
by Medallion. and thop ar TASTE THE FRESHNESS. !
GUARANTEED
a' xf ,
1.Af auul drfect ui workraandyp md iylarialc durinf L(* of )real J. .
1.(Ai wrt in.xt nomul roaj hwrd /e cpt rp.ir bU punctui,) ncoun 49"Plus I f, ,Direct From Farmer To YOU! :
n mnr&r PWWWW tar use Kir U nonthi. '
.RrpUcrnirab praraiej on trwi ueu and Used oo Gat prices current icI-T I
( tune ol *dlrWmert. '
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II TASTE THE RICHt ESS 'i
'm tax and 4 trade-In tires IIII 111 :

FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK $1895IftSSERRE i II III IIi IIi Move, Up To Quality Use Permium I


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Y, FEASIBILITY' LIABILITY; OF CITY AND TAXPAYERS ,, V SURPLUS REVENUES V

: The City of Fernandina Beach on April 14, 1959, employed Harry The revenue certificates will be secured solely by the revenues from I
Hendon( and Associates, of Orlando and Birmingham, Alabama. .
: : the system. No tax moneys or other funds of the city will be used either! The proposed gas system will have to go through a

I Studies! submitted in July, 1959!) and brought up to date in March, for the construction or the financing of the gas system. It will be''entirely build-up period of getting. customers connected to the sys \
19GO, indicated the complete feasibility of constructing a natural gas and fully self-supporting. ;' Hq
r distribution system: to serve Dinsmore, Garden City, Occanway, Yulee JI1 f"GJ-{ tem. In addition, reserves must be accumulated to protect -
and Fernandina Beach
t the bond holders. For these
reasons I no surplus funds:
The Federal Power Commission law with determiningfeasibility
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charged by
are anticipated during the first five of operation
years
economic held hearings that included this project from April, r
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1960 to August, 1961. In these proceedings expert members of the Com ; After this development period, rates that are necessary
mission's legal, engineering, and fiscal staff, qualified consulting engineers ; : '
and financial the economic feas in these early five years will, if continued, produce substantial
experts thoroughly investigated PUBLIC REGULATION V.:,V. ,
E ibility! of this project. tYom tnis evidence, taken under oath, the Commission .. ,j profits to the system. The distribution of these

I? >p made a favorable ruling.Many The system's operation" and rates will be subject. to control I only, I by" surplus revenues will be to the General Funds., of the City
bond dealers, including some of the largest in the country, '" ,the city commission. Notethat neither the LPG or oil dealers are'sub=< t-f- ':" V t. . h ; V '.
i have shown a continued interest in the possibility of purchasing these sect to public regulation. I of Fernandina Beach and can be used for any'. lawful pur
revenue V certificates when they are issued. !. .
V pose. .
The Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency investigated the V
economic feasibility of this project, including a field study, and has t
agreed to purchase the revenue certificates in the amount of $1,870,000
*- to he repaid solely from the revenues from gas sales. The interest V .1.
rate will be 3/% or 3t%. *. .
COMPETITIVE FUELS V ": .
The final proof of the economic feasibility of any public improve-
ment project financed by revenue certificates is the successful sale of ,
; the certificates. This improvement program cannot and will not be carried Dealers of competitive fuels in Florida have attempted to hold back ..'. <.\...:;..
t out unless revenue certificates covering its entire cost are sold. the entry of natural gas into all areas of Florida. In doing this the usual .
argument has been that natural gas is not cheaper nor more dependable.f.l '

,: ..:) :; GENERAL SERVICE

'. :. Equivalent Cost of Natural Gas ComparedWith "
LI' Gas

Gals. of Equal To ICO""PARISO'N
OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT ;r '. LI'Cias Equivalent Natural Gal LPCiU .
OF RATES Used PerMonth la Cubic Cost of At Cents
I .
mr led Natural ,bas Per baL
This Is Comparison 0 f Hates Charged By Natural Gas The city will employ a competent, experienced gas manager who '

Distribution i Systems In Peninsular Florida and Those will answer to the City Manager. Radio equipped trucks and trained 7.5 643 $ 1.94 25.9c23.Cc :

I Served b y' Florida Gas Transmission Company (General ; servicemen will be on 21-hour call. fA ('\:. 10.0 VS57 2.3G r

4 Sen ice Hate) As of March 1, 1963. : S $t.1 12.5 1,072 2.78 22.2c .
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15.0 1,286 3.16 2Uc

'l INVESTOR OWNED SYSTEMS 20 1,715 3.' O 19.5c

Therms per month 5.0 10.0 25.0 50.0 100.0 > 25 ': 2,143 4.65 : tl !816
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Cu. Ft. Per month 485.5 971.0 2,427.2 4,854 9,709 30 2,572 5.40. {Oe
CONCLUSION'
Daytona Beach $2.01 $3.67 $1.85 $13.10 $20.70 40 3,429 6.90 17.3c

De Land 2.26 3.56 7.06 12.56 22.56 50 4,286.5 8.40 16.8c
No other feasible plan to bring natural gas to Fernandina Beach
( EustisGainesville 2.53 3.84 7.47 12.82 20.92 75 6,430 11.80 15.7c
has been suggested, offered or even possible at this time. r
2.60 4.10 7.75 11.00 17.50 100 8,573 15.01 15.0c .

( llialeah 1.99 3.23 7.91 13.00 20.10 The plan proposed is feasible and will be entirely without cost or ,, 125' 10,716 18.05 lUc :
Jacksonville 3.51 4.27 8.05 14.15 25.75 financial obligation to any taxpayer. The system will be financed solel(.$. "\.' 150 12,800 20.73 13.8c : :

Lakeland 2.51 3.82 7.45 12.80 20.10 by the customers who connect voluntarily to the system. ',V .' 200 17,146 26.08 13.0c :

Miami 2.01 3.62 8.35 14.35 25.45 250 21,133 31.44 12.Cc :
North Miami 4.02 4.02 8.15 13.20 20.51 The natural gas allocation will expire on September 17, 1963. If 300 25,710! 36.80 12.&

Ocala > 1.98 3.09 6.22 10.41 17.71 the city does not proceed at this time under this plan, which required 350 .30,006 42.16 Q lee 4-, ;

Orlando. 2.51 4.07' 8.30 14.35 22.05 over three years: to develop, the city will: be precluded for many year '. : r 500. 42,865 $58.23 .,, 1k '. 1 :
from having this desirable and economic fuel brought into the t'
Plant City' k 1.97 3.07 6.17 10.31 17.42 area. .
V';' r TYPICAL AVERAGE CONSUMPTIONS
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SanfordSaraiota 2.28 3.68 7.48 13.48 23.48 rh -
3.00 4.75 10.00 16.25. 21.25. V a. .. Cooking Only: !98.6 Gal LP Gas or 8,451 Cu. -Ft.
Tampa 2.60 4.61 8.14 13.19 20.49 Natural Gas. Annual cost of natural gas ,
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$21.72 (equivalent to LP "as@251 C ,
West Palm Beach 2.72 4.21: 8J>,3 14.33 23.33 : St': gal.)
Winter Haven 2.55 4.05 7.79 14.04. 26.55 .
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lja V Space Heating Only: 335.5 Gals. LP Gas or 3,052'
Average $2.53: $3.89 $7.78 $12.34 $:=
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Cu. ft.atural Gas. Annual cost of natural t
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gas: $68.08 (equivalent! to LP : ;
MUNICIPAL SYSTEMS
.... gas @ 17.7c per gal.) '
: Clearwater $2.02 3.2:: $6.57 $11.22 $19.32 B E SURE T 0 VOTEIN ;
Cooling Space Heating: 40f.1 GaU7LkjLias or 1
Foil PiercePalatka l.f 5 2.95 5.85 10.05 17.10 Aitlal II
41,50'and Cu. Ft Natural Gasa I cost
: 1.70 2.70 5.30 9.10 15.70 of natural gas $80.40 (equivalent to .
I St. PeterilmrKLmburg 1.97 3)1) 7.32 9.02 16.72 LP gas @ 16.Ge per gaL) : '
SPECIAL ELECTION
1.97 3.07 6.17 10.37 17.
I "" : Cooking, Water and Space Heating: 641.8 Gals..LP :
Clement City 2.00 3.25 6.50 11.00 18.75 Gas or'55,023 Cu. Ft. Natural Gas. Annual : :
Starke 1.95 2.95 5.85 10.05 17.10 cost of natural gas $1 02.00* ,

Average $1.94 $3.17 $6.22 $10.26 $17.40. Tuesday 'May 21.1963 j I (equivalent to LP gas @' 16.0c. per gaL) :

Frrnamlina BeachProposed 1.52 :*d l 5.15 9.39 16.71 :

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.... e pt, I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 Page Nine

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BY CURT GORDON _, fr nt
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The first week of Little 'Leagueand ,! 35 mixed bream and Randolph

Senior League baseball has i Robinson brought in 44 last week.

been completed and it appears I Herman Roper caught 10 large !;

that th
beat in the Little League while with a two-pound catfish. Sam

the Stags shape up to be the win. Gainey and John Sullivan brought I .

ning team in trie Senior League. in 17 mixed bream. Potts reports I II
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BY LT. COL EBEU PHILPS "Family" Artificial Reef Everyone can contribute to
i con put
The. way these youngsters play | he has plenty of bait available I II
this war WANTED OLD AUTO AND i structed. Ten units of tires and : this project over. Wednesday
though, prediction can changein and fishing should improve
says
TRUCK TIRES OLD BRICK I cement have I 22 at 6 all
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already been ,constructed May p.m. members and
days time. There have been by the end of the week. '
USABLE BAG CEMENT (Unmixed by members t interested in bet.
on an experimental persons creating
some good games, some real close, 1:: i iI ,
). basis. Now that we ter saltwater fishing will meetat
and we doubt any team will havea Bill Miller and Mike Rice have
The Fernandina Beach Offshore knew how it is done Herb White's Outboard
in either league. I we are readyto Saleson
runaway blasted the first two home runs I
-{ Fishing Club is now running at go into production, but we need South 8th Street ready to go
( j of the Senior League season. '
( The Fernandina Beach Pirate i # a I full speed toward getting the'; the materials and the man power. to work.
baseball team decided to go after i John Beckett and Roger Had- -- ---- -- i; Wear work clothes aQd,. >ring

some titles and traveled to Live j den took first place in the Jack. I j heavy plastic or leather gloves.

Oak to beat the Bulldogs for the 1: sonville Class A Doubles Bowling Annual Rotary- I j i Season Schedule I Ladies are invited to cheer us on
and supply coffee. It would be
Keystone Conference Baseball 1 I
Tournament. They racked a score ,.
I
Championship last week, Live Oak of 1348 to very nice if some business in townI
I capture top prize. Kiwanis Tourney Set For Women's i
had won 13 and lost only one : I would like to( contribute something -

game during the season, but the j I The largest red bass reportedto WINNERS IN THE BOWLERETTES LEAGUE are shown at Hadden Lanes with tro- 1 for the workers to nibble

Pirates before forgot to look at time the and record date was hauled in by Andy phies they were awarded. Left to right: Gloria Hadden of Hadden Lanes, for high Set For May 25 \ Softball League ,ion But! we need those tires. Fill
game :, Allan on Monday night at the Ruth I I!
Williamson
of
game; Setzer's for second
promptly trounced the Bulldogs high game; Shirley Jackson of Hadden ing stations, auto garages or individuals
[ South jetties. The weight of 26 Lines for high with The annual Rotary Kiwanis The Fernandina Beach
Women's
A with Ronnie Sapp tossing for the game handicap; Mary Jane Wilson of Bailey's for high series who have old car or
Pirates. pounds was attested by Andy'sfishing > with handicap; June O'steen of Waas' for second highest series with handicap; Grace golf tournament is slated for Sat. !;,. Softball League will begin play on truck tires they can spare, please
Ed Moore and
-tI Henry Wortman.companions, I I Joyce of Hadden Lanes for second high game, with handicap and most improved bowl. 'irdav, MI\7,25.! at the Fernandina I Wednesday, May 22, at City Ball ,, deliver them to Herb White's
Beach
Tommy Jones, rightf ielder- I II er; Patsy Cottle of Setzer's for high series; Velma Hodge of Hadden Lanes for second The Golf Club. Park. ; place or call him at 261-4489 or

catcher, and Steve Beckett, third |I high series; Eleanor Flint of Setzer's for high average. one-day tourney will'start Sponsors of teams in the Lea- E. B. Philips at 261.5313 and we
baseman for the Pirates, were Lions Hornets Edge at 12 noon with foursomes pittingtwo I| gue are Hardee Bros., )Ieer's'Grorery will pick them up. We also need

selected for the Keystone Con- players from the Rotary and Moore's Grocery. ;i that cement and sand to mix and

frence All-Star baseball team. I against two .from the Kiwanis. Team managers are Jake Bunch I put in the tires to hold them
: Redbirds Defeat Each club team will!! be
Senators 7-6 In playing I'
Congratulations to both and Bee- ;, for Hardee's team, Larry Flint down. If you can't come and work
kett will!! be back again next sea. I News of theBOAT a best ball match with the opposing for Meyer's and Bill Dopson for'Moore's. : buy a bag of cement and bring it

son. I Little: i Pirates 8-6 As team. Points will be awarded i I i to us to use.Remember.
League Play : for each match and in addition
t.c CLUBBY points will!! be awarded toward the League umpires are Al Alvarez,!! this project is not
Tough luck has plagued some Al Johnson and Bill Cox. j just for the benefit of Club mem-
Rice Blasts overall winning team.A .
of the Little League players ear- : The Hornets and Senators battled Homer Concession ,stand will be open bers. Everyone who is interestedin
plaque will to the winning
I ly in the season as little Steve down to the wire Monday afternoon 'Y II I go at all games and proceeds will go good fishing and everyone whois
I club. A social will be held
Hendrix received a broken arm before the Hornets final : The Redbirds defeated the Pirates to purchase trophies. I interested in a better and ncre
last week when hit by a pitched ly edged the Senators 7-6 after "' CARSON McKENDREEWe 8-6, in Senior League base. Immediately following the tourneyand The schedule: (all doubleheaders attractive Nassau County and
all will!!
ball. Mike Sapp broke a finger ; two outs in the sixth. i I, ji ball play last Wednesday afternoon non-players ) Fernandina Beach will benefit
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and Mark Haddock had an operation .I I The Hornets took an early 4-0' although Alan Cover, Pirate pate. partici.1 May 22 Meyer's vs. Moores j I'from this project. We would like

to keep him out of action for I lead only to see the Senators had a good attendance at interested, I have been informedthe 'pitcher, struck out 14 Redbird Pairings are as follows and Meyers vs. Hardees. : very much to hear from the City

awhile. battle back to knot the score with the regular meeting last Friday marathon race that batters and allowed only sever the Kiwanis team listed first: I May 29 Hardees vs. Meyers'and : and the County official.: and the

oft I two runs in the third and fourth. night and it's sure a sign that the i from Sanford to Jacksonville was each run ; hits. Rudy York and Jack Vann versus Hardees vs. Moores. Jr. and Sr. Chambers of Com

J Stewart Pikula, Senator Little I The Hornets scored two in the | boating season is here. Several year will be held in Sanford this Mike Rice opened :the game Buddy Burgess and Tommy I June 5 Moores vs. Hardees'': merce and learn what assistance

Leaguer, has blasted three home sixth to tie the score again. |i copies of the proposed remodeling coming Sunday, May ,19th. The with a long triple, Barry and Shave. I and Moores vs. Meyers. ; they plan to offer.

I t runs so far to get a good start in I If An error, two walks and a job on the clubhouse were entire race will!! be run on the big !Beryl Rice walked and Richarc' Herb Bailey and Wesley Arnold June 12 Ie'ers'S.. Moores I Long have they sung the praises
home Jones double Terry Rowe the : presented to the members IS. Ken Forehand and John Jones. and Meyers vs. Hardees. of saltwater off
the run race. Ricky by gave by : lake at Sanford, with classes for Williams and Winton Harrh fishing our
f is the only other player to hit a Hornets three runs in the first, i Commodore Thomas. Thanks to ,. all, boats. This tends to be the 'singled t6 account for the three Gordon Butler and Exteen Cor1Sett \ June 19 Hardees vs..Meyers .! shores, but have done little or nothing

home run..A I then an error and a double by''the time and effort put into the Jargest family boat race of the Redbird runs. vs. John Gregory and Bob and Hardees vs. Moores. to help the fisherman and

H, .H, H*, Martin Holton gave another run beautiful job done by Ray Love- year and a testing ground for The Pirates came back in the Phinney. June 26 MOOl'es5.. Hardees ,, the fish; get together. The Fcr-

Jake Bunch and 1) Gary went in the third. j!quist i the members accepted the boats and motors Drivers meet last of the first to score three Tom Digby and Bob Cenek vs. and Moores vs. Meyers. i nandina Beach Offshore Fishing

to the Jetties Ian week and A double by Windle Higgin- plans as drawn. Financial support ing is at 11:00 a.m. with the race runs and tie the score on single Newt Roberts and Otis Lynch. July 3 Meyers vs. Moores : i Club was formed to do just that,

brought in eight nice red bas .II botham and Stewart Pikula's home I I' for the cost of these alterations starting shortly after. See .you in by Ralph Starratt, Larry Gililee Lonnie Hollingsworth and Cheser and Meyers vs. Hardees. i and we need official and unofficial
and
Gary caught seven and Jake one. run gave the Senators two runs I I was pledged by several members. Sanford! and a double by Alan Cover, but Lovell vs. Dan Daugherty July 10 Hardees vs. Meyersand help of all kinds to make that

# if I in the third and two walks and a. Jn this way, all members will be the Redbirds scored two more Emerson Fizer. Hardees vs. Moores. dream a reality.
Bobby Moore and John Bodine single by Pikula accounted for 2: 'able to enjoy the full benefits of runs in the second when Picky Bob Ferreira and Bryan Maxwell July 17 Moores vs. Hardees Bring, send or call for pickup

brought in seventeen whiting at i more runs to tie the game in the, | the clubs facilities much earlier Braves Hand Jets > Oliver walked and Mike Rice vs. John. Duffy and Frank.and I Moores vs. Meyers. tires, sand, cement, brieks- etc.

Porters Fish Camp last Tuesday I fourth. | than had been hoped for. Some of belted a home run. The fifth Redbird in Jones. July 24 Ie'er's's Moores 1 to Herb's prior to May 227 and

afternoon. Roy Jackson said he I Singles by Billy Stewart and ;'the changes incorporated in the 7-4 Defeat With i I tally came in the third or John Weisner and Fred Cook and )Ieers's.. Hardees. ,any time they become available

didn't know how big the fish they Holton gave the Hornets two plans calls for two sun decks, or ; two walks and two wild pitcher 's. Houston Sapp and Charles July 31 Hardees vs. Meyers'' j after that date. At 6:00p.m.: .
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caught were, but he thought all I runs in the fifth only to see the I observation decks, one at each end I!! and the, sixth run was scores eacock. and Hardees vs. Moores. 1 bring yourself and' your; work

would fit into a Bull Durham tobacco Senators come backk with singlesby Iof the building measuring ten by Talbird On Mound i i! when Mike Rice singled and late Jim Bush and and Stan Chuck Tarlton Flen-vs. Aug. 7 Moores vs. Hardees : I,clothes buckets and shovels. This

sack. Bobby Ferreira and Pikula in twenty feet at roof level. Com j i: scored on a passed ball. The ina'' 'larry Sahlman. and Moores vs. Meyers. Ii I is an excellent opportunity for

'fir '\, } the sixth to tie the score again. plete kitchen facilities will be installed I Redbird run came in the sixth or niken. Aug. 14 Winners Playoff. I the Scouts and other boys between .
Bud Holt reports from the the The Hornets won the game making it possible to handle The Methodist Braves handedthe singles by Steve Seville and Barry I Alternates are Jack Woodward, The first game will. be playedat the ages of 14 and 18 to
Rotary Jets 7-4 Little Lea Kiwanis, and )Frank{ Hawks, Ki
Fernandina Ocean Pier that trout I after two outs in the last of the small groups for lunches parties. a Rice.A 7:00: .pm. and the second gameat show; just how'interested you aren
( are biting much better since they.! sixth when Stewart walked, Rowe etc. It will serve as headquartersfor gue defeat last Friday afternoonas double Starratt wanis.Classifieds. 8:45 p.m. i becoming a part of this organization .
Al Talbird allowed the Jets by a triple Ii IiPatronize
r are moving out to deeper water, i I j doubled and Pikula failed to field all boat club functions, such I by Gilileo and a single by .JohrWeisner : and getting a chance to
three hits.
only Talbird walked
t which indicates there 'will be I a Holton tap back to the right of. .family suppers meetin nights,: the Pay Off Our Advertisers tangle with a really big fish.
1 three and struck out'three and gave Pirate thei:
1. plenty of trout for fishing at the the pitcher's mound and Stewart boat races and other activities. final two in the fifth. .
did not allow the Jets hit until runs
} Pier. Holt says he has plenty of cored the winning run of the !j In other business, a proposal the fourth inning. a ,j| Mike Rice was the leading hit

,, bait available. game. :: was made and accepted to coop ter for the Redbirds with a single
Stewart Pikula was the leading erate with the Chamber of Commerce lead The Braves jumped off to a 6-0 triple and home run, while Steve FERNANDINA BEACH'II .
six in
Fish Lofton hitter for the Senators with by scoring runs the(
Potts Camp on a i in promoting a boat race A Beville, Barry Rice, Richard Wil. 0'
first. single by Tommy Free x
: Creek reports bream are continuIng home run and three singles, with
I to tie in with the Fiesta .actives: Hams and Winton Harris hi
walk for Carl Harris
to bite at a fast pace. Bobby Higginbotham and Ferreira accounting weekend. The races will be heldon man a a I safely for the Redbirds. OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES"
double
Mike
single'by
by Douglas, a
Love and Robert McGirth caught for the other hits. I.
:} 'Sunday June 9 at the Center Talbird, and two Jet errors {i Ralph Starratts four hits topped
Terry Rowe and Martin Holton I St. dock.. I. the Pirate hitters while Larry
accounted for the six
had hits to lead the runs. i
two apiece
!, I Gilileo had a single and triple
Classes will be set
i up so near The Jets scored two in the
Hornets in hitting, with Billy runs |
Alan Cover single and double
j j'I : Leeper and Billy Stewart accounting ly everyone will have a place for fourth on two errors and singles': a and Business MenGeorge's -
, I z- for the other hits. his boating rig if the desire to by Lloyd Uffleman and John: John Weisner, Bobby Stover and Directory Furnished By These Merchants
Roger Wolters
enter a boat race gets the singles.
I Score by innings: upper Cover. Two Brave- errors allowed'
Score by innings:
hand. Certainly the Fernandina
002 202 6 6 6 Eddie Justice to score the third
Senators I Suburban
your Beach Boat Club is most anxious Redbirds 321 101 0 r- 8 7 f FLORIDA'SFIRST
'I S Hornets 301 021 7 6 1 : Jet run in the fifth and two walks .;. .
Pirates 301 020 0 6 11 ?
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to in for
serve any capacity a and single by Donald Suriano -
Pikula and McDonald Rowe a '
house ;
and Burton. community effort, and a lot of accounted for the final Jet tally:and, Oliver Fullwood.and Barry Rice; Cover Machine Shop GOLF COURSE Propane Gas Co.
preparation and work into
their goes in the sixth. !, j
making a boat race a success, so SERVING ALL
Harris doubled for the Bravesin 2 'N. FRONT ST. EXCELLENT
Classifieds Off
: home Pay if any of you boat club members YOUR NEEDS IN
Alvarez Pitches 18-HOLE
:I Y I I ___ care to volunteer your services, fourth, but could not score Machine Work I LP GAS AND
call Carson McKendree, chairman and the final Brave run was scored LINKSat GAS APPLIANCES
( Now Is The Time To II I in the fifth without base hit. Welding, Brazing
If something happens of the project. a Stags To 6-3JWin
7 South 7th St.
to you there can be money Remodel or Repair Several of the boaters are giving John Cover, Lloyd Uffleman Marine Repairs
: to help pay oft the mortgage their outfits a test run in pre- and Donald Suriano gave the Phone 261-3661
\ with low cost mortgage re paration for the annual cruise to three hits made by the Jets with The Stags; edged the Falcons Special! Service To T I 0 E S
I 6-3, in a good ball game player Shrimp Trawlers
1 demption life insurance. '
36 Dayona Beach, and from the response Tommy Freeman, Carl Harris, T. H. KING I
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I Leave your family a home, I've received from the Mike Douglas, Al Talbird, Mark -
not a debt. See us now. I and Bruce last Friday afternoon. Benny Al- 8 to 5 -
general boating public this pro Crumpler Gregory get Open a.m. p.m.
I Months did the for the win- JETTIES PHOTO
varez pitching SHOP
tfj mises to be the biggest and best ting'the' seven Brave hits. I' :Monday Thru SaturdayPhone
ners and allowed the losers, striking
WOOTENInsurance To Pay yet The cruise starts at the Cener Day 261.3711 Add 30 Minutes For Roll Processing ,
Score by innings: out 11 and allowing only five
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AgencyCALL St. dock Sat., May 25th, at C jet3 000 211 4 3 6 I hits. Mike Pikula and Bobby John- _Night_ -_ _261-5338_ _ Fernandhu Harbor Developing & Printing-
Fernandina Lumber a.m., giving us'just a little overa Kodak Film
Braves 600 Olx 7 6 4 son did the pitching for the Fal
ELLEN SHANK & Supply week for getting everything I HIGH LOW Photo Supplies
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I cons, allowing five hits and strik
261.5503 hip shape. Rich and Burbank Talbird and BE WISE.I tilovie Colored
I South 3rdSt., Phne 261-3641 ; i f ingout 5. & Regular

) ," For those of you that might be Douglas. II I _Billy on 'Millers .home run in the Friday, May 17 Weddings
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1 I third inning was the big blow for "Porcelainize" 2:19 a.m. 9:06: a.m.Portrai by Appointment Only

I I the Stags in posting the victory, .2:58 p.m. 9:28: p.m. Studios At 504 Ash St.

y- fromSPORTSMAN'S I as the blast sent them out in frontto Phone
stay. LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES+ Saturday, May 18 261-4586

Three walks and an error gave LONGER THAN 3:25: a.m. 10:03: a.m.

i the Falcons a run in.the first and ORDINARY WAX JOB 4:03: p.m. 10:31: p.m. G. E. (GLENN)
two walks and a single by Pikula

% ,, accounted for another run in the LASSERRE MOTOR Sunday, May 19

WHARF second. i 4:30 a.m. 10:58:: a.m. KITCHENS

J'Cf i Two errors gave the Stags a CO. 5:03: p.m. 11:31 p.m.
run in the first before Miller's ElectricalContractor
FOOT OF ATLANTIC AVENUE II home run :tlonth singles by S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 Monday, May 20

([Hank Bailey, Mike Conner and 5:29 a.m.11.f51 a.m.
NEXT TO MARINE WELCOME STATION -
Combs accounting for t a e two 5:59: p.m. 2MIOUR SERVICE

PHONE 261.3137 FERNANDINA BEACH. FLA. runs in the third. A walk and a Going Fishing? Phones.

double by Benny Alvarez gave Tuesday, May 21 261-5194 or 261-4379

them three more runs in the 6:25 a.m, 12:26 a.m.
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Marine Sales & Service I fourth.The Falcons threatened to Complete Line Of 6:52 p.m. 12:43: p.m. Porter & Lovequist

,; score in the seventh when Mike Fishing Tackle Wednesday, May 22 General Contractors ,

ELECTRIC MONORAILFOR McDonald and Price Poole singled Rods S Reels 7:18 a.m. 1:20 a.m. SPECIALTIES -

i but could not get any runs.Miller's OutdoorCampI.ng 7:44 p.m. 1:33: p.m. WOODWORKING
home run made him the PLASTIC SURFACING
SAFE AND SPEEDY LAUNCHING = -w" I top Stag hitter while Alvarez, Equipment Thursday, May 23 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS
KITCHEN AND
\ Bailey, Mike Conner and Wayne 8:11 a.m. 2:12: a.m. BATHREMODELING

'. Bait :- Ice -:- Gulf Marine Gas & Oil Combs hit safely for the Stags. FIRESTONE 8.35: p.m. 2:24 p.m. J
Complete t Showroom
Mike McDonald, Price Poole I BEACH SUPPLY
Mike Pikula, Dickie Fox and Tides Courtesy For Color Coordination
For
You Need
Everything Sport Fishing GUIDE FISIIIXG G Granvilte Burgess got the five ; 112 Atlantic Are 251-4182 Coin Geodetic Survey Phone 261-3068

Falcon nits.-

Score by innings: I
Tarpon Boss Falcons 110 010 0 3 5 '4 i.

" BOATS) \ Fishing or SightseeinglOHIRES (! Stags -102300x = 6 5 3 t! A FUN IN THE SUN

Trout Mackerel Pikula, Johnson *nd Fox; Alvarez ;

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Page Ten Xews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 I ---- Amount- of I i NEWS FROM the Boys' Eoc&r Room, day and
Oeieription' tad .... Tp. B{. Acresl,1iI. Onn' Taxes ; *
I 'i' < I I J and Costs evening. ; l. .
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NO. 2 I The MAY 21
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NOTICE OF TAX SALE Description of Land See. Tp. Rf. Acres Owner TaICS r j \ ,
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I : aadtJ1 !jdt 2M &: N4 of 207 Dell I Harriett M. 13770 : PlaY dlOOl in' the Game RooTl "

PT. of'Lot 9 In 0; 3 Pg. 248 Co. Rec. I I Lot 244 Dell Harriett Merle 507 I BY at 9:30: a.m.,. Joan Bean': Instr. ,
NOTICE Is hereby nven that on the 3rd day of June, 1963. at 12:00: noon 14 2N 26 EESapp 8.24v : Ut 245 Dell. Bartlett Merle $.07 SANDY DeSANDRO Brownie 355 in the Game

at the Courthouse. FernanrtiTi Hea/h. County of Nassau State cf Florida PT. cf Lot 9 ia or 10 Pg. 433 Co. :j.... q: 1C1286 Dell. Harriett Merle 5X7 : Troop .
tax certificates! will be sold on the M'owiiK described tend h pay tie Rec. 14 25 28 Sapp. J>f..E. E. & )I. F. 824]rUt 247itlock Dell. Harriett Merle 507 THURSDAY, MAY 16thFlaysehool I II Room at 3:00 p.m. .
amount due for tues herein set the name together with the : i i 1 Lot 17 Sader Estates Jones R. > E. 9.00 *
opposite costsof PT. of Lot 9 In DB 253 Pg. 63 Co. Rec I IWiliford. in the Game Room Ballroom Dance Class ( 11*
Estates age <
such, sale and advertising costs. SubLots39&69 14 2N 26 Franklin E. IJ4 !I Block 2 Lots 22 23, 24 Sadler Sentell, F. IL 69.10 I
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In DI 273 Pg. 430: Co. Rec. I Ex Parcel at 9:30 a.m. Joan Bean Instr. 13)) in the Conference Room at 11 j
In DU 251 Pg. 162 Oi. Rec. 2 3 26 4 Alberta Chester W. 14.98Mitchell. ., I '
No. lEt( N'!, of Parcels 2 ft *In or
Description of Land See. Tp. Rf. Acres Owner Amount rues of I A In) DB 153 Pg. 408. Co. Ree.2 (Less 3 ;6 24 19 S Buster L. 5,71 22 Pg 371 Cs tt'.J / '.14' 3 29! 'I Paramount Investment Corp. Adult Ceramics: Class in th* : 3:30 p.ra. j t
13.43 ,I Ceramics Room 9.30 Tap banee Class in the Audi '
and Costs DB. 153 2 11 1 Mitchell Buster: ".M at a.m.,
; In Pg. 409 C:) Rec. 2 3 L. I .. ;
In DB 27] Pg. 464 Co. Rec. 20 3 29 Poarch. Frankie D. Anderson
In or 18 Pg 46 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27 Sanders Cart J. A Flora J. 4.131 1 I 'I" 15.16 Martha Jean Puletti, Instr. torium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne II
BILDH1N" IIEIf.IITS UNIT A IS 28 23 In or 18 Pg. 295 Co. ReI!. 42 2N 27 Perry. Johnny Lee Ml i iPoarch I
i Lot 91 Mlramar Beach: Frankie D. Anderson Ballet Class ((3 & 4 ) in the Owens, Intr. \
In or 20 Pg. 570 Co. Rec. 42 2N 27In Bartlett:. T. E. & Maria Janis | i! yrs. I :
Block 16 tots 39. 40, 41, 42. 43 & 44 Sagass. Olaf 164 5531. > 2153 ; Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne I, Ballet Class ((9.11)) in the Auditorkim .
Block 1<> Lnts 29 to 32:! Saur. Miss L. 1.26 or 20 Pg. 574 Co. Rec. 42 %'i'27 Latham. James W. &: Glad). \1UMHTS SIB. I Owens Instr. :
In DB 178 Pr. 257 Co. Rec. 12 IN 23 :3 I Oreen. Mattie 18. 1Darby. ... 7341Jacksoir. I: at 4:30: p.m., Julanne

Lot 1 5 ,X 23 57 F. W. 14.98 In DR 167 Pg. 154 Co. Rec. 4% 2N 27 Francena 231 1 Lot 34 8'. cf 32 Howard,'.Rrtv W. 32.51 I Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the Owens, Instr.

In or 23 P*. 192 Co. Rec. 27 2N 23 Johns. Uarquard J. & Rettv I LotS3.53 PincWey, ,Wifliam A. 3C638 Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Jalanne

Jem 1.12N Tl'LEE FARMS SUB. LeI fJ MrAleatey; Grace: K. fctx I Owens Instr. Atlantic Avenue Playground: ,
Lot 31 1 37310 1l5on. Mrs Charles M. 339 I Block SLot 4 N. IS Ft of S Ocean City Brooks Js L. 137.70 I I supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., '
Lit42 132310 Bradley: ft: Bailey 339: PT. of Lot I In or 4 .Pg. 23 Co. Rec. / Ballet Class ((5 & 5 yrs) in the
Lot 31 1 32310 tlbtO: B. M. 3.39 .. Harold PORn'o Hugh Sides, Supv.
42 2X 27 1Sub. Driver Clifford &: Jane OCEAN(: CITY SOUTH Auditorium at 3:30 Juianne)
Lot S 13 3' 23 10 Krog. Herbert A. 335 M.' 874 : p.m., Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in
In or 20 Pg. 463:) Co. Ree. 14 3 23 i Johnson. John N. &: Julia Owens Instr. I'
Lot 2. of Lot 1 in DB 273 Pe. 436 ,
1) Lot 3
Block Lee. Thad S., Jr. & V. M. 14.66 the
r Ceramics Room at 3:30
L. nn! Co. Rec. -.'j' '42 2N 27 Carter James C. & L. C. I Ballet Class in the Audi : p.m.,
463i ((7-9))
LtM Ruth Block 15 Ut i Lee. Thad S. Jr. M '
1532310: Flowers. A. 303 PT. of Lot 8 In or 12 Pg:fW4 Co Rec i & V. Martha Jean Puletti. Instr.
Lot5l> ?* :37310: Pelle. H. E. 339 42 2N 27 Butler, D. P. ft: Edna A. s.u' (cuss He) 2387 torium at 4:30 p.m., Jslanne
1.* 4 3232370 DarbY, F. W 1124 PT. of Lot 9 in or-2 Pg. 170 Co. Rec. Mock 21 Lot 5 Tinsley, David. P. & Janrose Owens Instr. Tri Hi Y in the Game Room at
1'EI, of NW'S 11 4 23 40 Johnson, C. P. 1064Birnett 422N27 Gold Carl 55.31 i 13.75 ; 7:30: p.m.
Block 1 Lot.16 Yulee 'I Heights Sub. ,, Walters. Frank E. Jr. & E. M.I' Atlantic Avenue Playground,
In or 14 Pg. 36 Co. Rec. In Lot 42 Edward J.. Sr.. 42 2N 27 Cold, Carl 127.721 Block 22 Lot 2 Walters 1316 I supervised play, 3:30: 5:90 p.m., Baioeihhop Quartet in the Con
23 4 23 1 Xathryn A. 1.72 Block 2 Lot 2 Yulee .Heights Sub. 42 t Block 22 Lot 2 Walters Frank E.. Jr. ft: Wai- 1 ference Room at 8.00 p.m.
IV SW 4 As Dese. In or 7 p". 13 fo.Ree. 21127 Church. Joe &: Ossie 6.43 ters. E. M. (Less He) 9243 i I Hugh Sides, Supv.
2323 Tay'or! B. J. Doris A!'m 2,45 I'.lock 22 Iii 7. 8, 9. 10 Jones Edward L. Jr. & Johnnie I i Block 5 Lot 18 Oak Lawn Park No. 4 Diancey George & Wife 1466 : Senior Life Saving Course ini i Adult Ballet Exercise in the
I
In or 20! P(. 531: Co. R,c. 41 4 23 11 Barker: Land Co. 3,501.43 Town of Yulee 15.48 Block A Lots W. 75 Ft. of 25 to 30 Auditorium at 8:00 Julanne
NS of NE'. (I>ss NE' of N1'. ft I DB 158 pg. 131 Co Ree.tIn (Less I Inc. W. Port Beach .Casino Tract Gordon; James D. ft, Ruth M the Pool at 4 p.m. i : p.m.,
Owens
NW 4 of KE, F.t Hwy> Acres RR ROW & 6 Acres Hu'V ROWI 1 ..' 27148 Barker, Richard D. 48.57 InJH? 275 P,. 124 Co. Rec. Being In Men and Boys' Health Club' in
the I
Game Room at 8:00
In N', of NE'4 In or 23 P,. 117 Co. Lot 9 Sub of F. Grit Land" 51 3 27 13 Maggie : 37.201Bak11n I CIty OF FDNA. BEACH Men and Boys' Health Club in I the Boys' Locker Room, day and

II"e. H 24 U Crew*. James Dannie 1.76 In or 18 Pg. 310 Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Timothy 231 I the Boys' Locker Room, day and evening.
To'. cf N2 of NE' IS IS 24 20 Crunig. B. C. &: Wife 1580Brycevllle Tn (IF 20 P(. 7 Co. Reci In or 18 P?. ,
Block Let J3 Christopher G. W. ft L. M
:
562_ _Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Nellicl ff. Samuel &: B. L. 3.53 1015, evening. WEDNESDAY, MAY! 22
TOffX OF CRAWFORD Stll. I N 460 FL of Lots 70 to 77 Inc. As DPECIf I
Block: 3 Lot 24 Christopher Lizzie & : FRIDAY MAY 17th
ceorge
Girl
Scout Troop 108 in the
:? or 3 Pg. 522 Co. Rec. (Ex or 5 Pg. '
Lot 1250 15 IN 24 10 Turpentine Corp. 270 272 & 274) 4 2 23 12 Jones Thomas T. 28.94Sines j mock 3 Lot ?5, Christopher, N G. W. 10 965 13 Sub-Teen Club in the Game :, Game Room at 3:00: p.m.
3. 9 PT. of Lots 70 to 77 Inc. In or 5 Pg. Block 3 Lot 30 Davis. J. I Room at 7:15 '
C. & E.
Mary O'-i Atlantic
Lt12& 23 1M24 10 B-jfe\il! Turpentine Co. 318 7.f61' pm. Avenue Playground
270 Co. Rec. 'i' 4. 2 23 3 Jtf( >n R. & P.. S. ,
1.i41303 23 IN 2410 Bryceville: Turpentine Co. 3.18 In flit 56 Pg. 53 COL, Rec. .4 2 28 Vonnah. A. L. 2108J/ Leary W. J. & Roberta. Louise Men and Boys' Health Club in supervised play, 3:30: 5:30 p.m.,
,
Bock! 40 Lots 8 to 27 Inc 24 IN 24 Darby. Marie: II 88 I In or 20 Pg. 225: Co. Rgv. 4 2 28 Harris James 0. & Nellie D'I j Block 3 Ut 31, 32 Harris Tommie 7010 the Boys' Locker Room day and .
Let 18 11 2N 2410 Haley Mrs. Virginia B. 3.39 161.061King I Joe. Jr. 4. : Hugh Sides, Supv. I

1ft 01 15 Pt. 4fiO Co. Rec la fir 15 P. i: In Dr. 262 Pg 112 Co. .Rec. 5 2 28 Joseph D. & M M. 9.00 1 i Block: ; 6 tots 19!) to 26 Inc. Hall Lucille Charles J, A. & Wife lo 956Hail. .15 : evenin ': Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in
4C2 In or 15 Pt. 4q<< In or IS Pg 458- t j Lot 2U (Less W 160) (Ex DB 254 Pg. N' of 29. 30 I Jr.-Sr. Prom in the Auditorium the Cei
8 Lot 2'1. 23. Chares
A In or 17 Pg 370 23 2N 24 Mid State: Investment 23 .E3MM Co. Rec) Ocean Breeze Sub. Block A. ft Wife 4fif antics l lioom: at 3:30: p.m.,
In Co I'k. II P*. 178 Co. Ree % or 15 |,12'1 5 2 23-7 Tyson John R. & Joseph R.I Block 7 Lots I 2. 34 7, Taylor. Ethel 5.0'1 at 9 p.m.SATURDAY. Martha Joan' Puletti Instr.
Block 7 Lots to ne. Taylor Ethel 5.60
State
Pg. 125 Co. Ree. 25 2N 24 Homes Inc. 55.31
10.50Tysok ( Block 8 Lot S4 of 10 to 14 Int. Perkins D. W. 27 W MAY ISth :i Senior Life Saving Course in
PT. of Lot 21 In DR 254 Pg. 127 Co. Block 8 Lot N4 of 10 to 14 Ine. Christopher, George & Lizzie i
SOUTH BILLIARD sun 5 4 I 2N 24 I Rec. Ocean Breeze Sub S 2 28 Joseph R. & Ida L. 69.60 i' Jr.-Sr. Prom Swimming. Party the Pool at 4:00: p.m.

1566 'Block 8 Lot Nof! 27. 28. 29. 30 Clark Christine M. 4.751] at the Pool from 3-5 a.m. '! Adult Ceramics Class in the
Rlock} 309 Lot 3 Carr James 0., Sr. .86 PT. of Lot 28 In DB 254 Pg 127 Co. Block 9 Lot S4 of 1 & 34 Rogers, Charies F. 4623 :
I Ceramics
Block 375 Lot 3 Hodges Mrs. Minnie ..86 Rec.. Ocean Breeze Sub 5 2 28 Tyson Joseph. R. & Ida I* lilock: 10 Lot 9 Ellerson, liennie: 4623 : Tennis Lessons at the Tennis Room at 7:80 p.m., Mar

llock: 421 Lot 5 Crosby W. H. ..16Sjracmo I (Less He) 4723J I IPinckJey. Block 12 Lot 1 Askins T. H. & Katherine H. Courts at 9:30 a.m. tha Jean Puletti, Instr.
1 I Lot 2 Willa-Villa Sub. William A. & Julie I
Biock; 4t Lot 9 Mrs. Josephine .88 :i Me. 161.00 % 23.44 Senior Life Saving in the Feol l Men and Hoys' Health Club in
1'JocU: 471 Lot 5 Innis. E. L. .881 I I Block II Lots 19, 20 IMP Hadsock, Jessie & Stella 6.17
Blork! 476 Lot 21 McCreedy Mrs. Angle .86 ;, Lot 4 Wdla-Villa Sub. Taj'lor. Robert J. & Elizabeth I Block 14 Lots 30, 31 IMP McKendree. Barbara. A. 252.03 at 10 a.m. *! the Boys: Locker Room, day and f
!,
In or 22 P*. !95 Co. Rec. Desc As Pt. I I! \ < 10.92 Block 18 Lots 24, 23 Clark. Diana H. & A. R. Jr. i, Cub Scout Swim in the evening.TIIURSIHY..
I Lot 9 Willa-Villa Sub. Fullard Jimmy R & Armo J. 383: Party ,
t>fSE'4 c/E'4 3 3 24 20 Taylor, Phillip E. & Peggy i
I. 6.57 10.92 Block 22 Lots 14 E. 35 Ft. of 151 Askins, Katherine H. 9.00 I ITiliakos Pool at 1 p.m. I MAY 22
Lot 10 Willa-Vflla Sub. I King. Floyd C. & Wvnelle! 10.421Pmckiey. : ,
lit DII :2!i! Pg 228 Co. Ree. 5 3 24 1 Donley. Arthur & Willie Mae 'I Block 24 Lot 7 : Mrs. Pete 46.23 Cotillion Club Danee in the
Lot 11 WiUa-Villa Sub. W. A. & Julia 279 mock 26 Lot of 16 Jenkins Lillie '
2.81 i E'2 192:! Playschool in the Game Roomat
,,I Lot 15 S. of Hwy. In DB 255 P,. 405 S' of 6 SW>4 of 7 Auditorium at 9 |
In or lpg573 Co. Rec. 5 3 24 12 Investment Brokers Inc. 72.91' Block 29 Lot i Freeman Ernest 1422 p.m. .
}'F. r\f W!* cf Lot 13 In or 18 P<*<. W5 Oerbing Azalea Garden Sub. 122 28 Unknown 1.45' Block 32 Lot 11 Williams, Florrie 23.37 1 Men and Boys' Health Club in' 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr.
In DB 133 P?. 65 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 5 Means Everett 22916 Lot L' CO Ft. of 14 Aduit
Co. Recj 3 324 Roberts. Sylvester L. & Juli- mock 32 Freeman Ernest W. & Ann. Ceramics Class in the
A. 513Frednckson In DIS 14 Pg. 361 Co. Rec. (Ex or I Lee 10.92 the Boys Locker Room, day and
16 Pg. 29-or 21 Pg. 580-or 22 Pg 89 & i''Block 33 Lot 11 Roberts R. I Ceramics Room: at 9:30 a.m., Mar
: D.
Lot 28 53 24 10S'j Mrs. E. 3.39 : (Est) 1422ii I evening. I
cf Eli *t 13 Lincoln Sub. In or 6 90 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 Williams. Willie B. & E. C.24.37'ewart lilock: 33 Lot 13 Harris, Helen 3.33 tha Jean Puletti, Instr.
I
I In or 21 Pg. 580 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 Willie & Beatrice: 5.071| i iMcHride Block 34 Lot E. 54 Ft. of 1 Cook. Allan Wife MONDAY, MAY 20th \
Pg. 30 Q> Rec 5 :J :24 Evans, J. L. & L. M. 2.81 : W. & 46.231, Ballet Class ((3 & in the
P 4))
In or 22 E9 Co. Rec. 14 2 23 Ada 507 mock 37 Lot Sit of 6 Cover. Charles 730i
Lot 2 Rnerview Sub. 14 2 28 Dasher Lonnie E. 10.42 .. Children's Art Class in the Art I I.
TOWN OF MILLIARD i Block 40 Lot N'x of 4 Champion. Walter L. & Mary Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julan
Lot 3 Riverview Sub 14 2 28 McFarland Azzie Lee 5.t 07
K. I Room at 3:30 Faith Button i
6671| p.m., I :ne Owens Instr.
In or 14 Pg. 229 Co. Rec. Being PT. v ,
F.lock! 10 Pt. of Lots 2 &: 3 In or 6 Pg. King. Clarence B. & Yvroin ofLot2 121123 Scott. Eugene 7.86 Block 41"Ut N4 of 1 Bruce Joseph A. & Velma 13.75:M '[i nstr. i Ballet Class ((0; yrs.) in the
84 Co. Itec. B. Less He) 538.97 '
( Lot Si* of 24 15 2N 28 Burns, Nora 4.75 I Block 41'Lot N4" of 5 Markham Arthur C. 9.00 Atlantic Avenue Playground Auditorium
at 2:30 Jul.
BIcck 13Lot In DR 27 Pg. 5-U Co. In or 22!:! Pg. 353 Co. Rec. 18 2 28 Anderson. Azzie Lee 32 .62 I'lock: 41 JM , of 8 ., Markham Arthur C. 82.22 j : p.m.,
Rec Davis. 0. D. 9152 ,|1 Block 47 Lot S'2 of 2 Crosson. (I. R. (Est) 2337' supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., I j:1\anne Owens, Instr.

Block 25 PT. of Lots 1. :2.! 3 In or 247 Ruccu>ne, Norman A. & Ans< AMERICAN BEACH SUn NO. 1 Bleak 48 Lot NE 1 '3 of 8 Pinckley W. A. ft J. M. 37.TO Hugh Sides, Supv. I Ballet Class ((5 & <*>) in the
Pg. 233 Co. Rec Una F. 2.81 I Block; 52 Lot S4 of tf N. 5 Ft. of 7 I Perpena G. L. 3?.51 Ballet Class in the
mock< 57"Lot 18 McNeil. Bertha &: Jeanette 2.31 Block1: 1 Lot S 18 2 28 Lewis. J. L. 18.79 I Block 62 Lot W j of 8 King William 27D Teen-age i Auditorium nt 3:30: p.m., Julanne

Block! 58 Lots 1 & 4 PT. of Lot 3 Lot { Block 3 Lot 17 18 2 28,\ Simmons. William Butler & I mock (5 Lot S4 of 7 Treaye, Claudia Bell 7.5i i I'Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julaqne 4 Owens, Instr.Ballet .

2 (Less or 9 Pg 384)) Higginbotham John P.. 37201 Elizabeth .252.53 mock 63 Lot 5 Williams. Rudolph 6.17 I I(Owens, Instr.Preteen Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium J
Block 3 Lot 20 18 2 28 Smith. Frank U. 160.56 Bock 70 Lots 3, 6 Dove. Lillie Est) 3.33 I I
Block 61 Lot 1 Owens Leroy & Doris 1.58 II Block 3 Lot 23 18 2 23, Davis. Alanzo & Pauline 16.51 I Block 70 Lot 4 Dove Lillie (Est) 41i 23 Ballet Class in the t: at 4:30 p.m., Julanne

Block 75 PT. of Lot 3 In or 21 Pf. 200 ItIock4LotS 18228 Williams, Lincoln C. & P Block 71 Lot 5 Simmons Joseph 11 'l Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne (Owens: Instr.
Co. Rec. Marder Louis & Silvia 40831! ; 138.20 I Hlock: 71 Lot 6 Simmons. Rosa Ann 507 .
109II1 Blo klIot4S : 18 2 23 Smith, William J. 11 *3 mock 12 Lot 3 Bums. Nora 16.51 1 Owens, Instr. Atlantic Avenue Playground, !
Block 78 E 1'3 of Lot 2 King, C. E. .
lUcck7Lot53 182211 Smith, William J. 6Ufl! I I BloekilLot4Illock Rbberts. R. D. (Est) P 65 Island Squares Club in the !supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m.,
Block! 80 Lot W 70 )'to cf 2 Hijginbotham. J. B. 91.02' mock 8 Lot 58 IS:; 2 28 Moore. A. T. 160.56 I 74 Lot E'i of 8 Monroe Simon x %.19 ,
BlockUOLoti v North, Mrs. (I. Thomas .861 Block 9 Lot 73 18 2 28 Afro American Pen. Bur. 965 I mock 73: Lot S 25 Ft. of 5 Jan Jul Inc 6.441Burns. i I I Game Room at 7:30 p.m. I Hueh Sides Supv. -

Block 1)6) Let 23 Hall. S. L. .861 j Black 76 Lot S.4 of 1 Nora 1421 I Adults and Teens Ceramics, j Senior Life\ Saving Course in
'
mock 97 Lot 14 Yearsley. C. S. .86 AMERICAN BEACH SUB NO. 2 I I IUock80LotNiof3! Williams Willie W. ft Rose, \\t I Class in the Ceramics Room aHt i t he: Pool at 4:00: p.m.Senior .
IKock: 101 Lot 8 Foran, Helen M. .86 Ann It ![ .
Block 104 Lot 6 Unknown .86 Week 11 Lot 6 18 '2 23 Afro American Pen. Bur. 736 I Block 80 Lot Sit of 7 Lawrence Orion J. 5.07 t 1:30 p.m., Martha Jean PuJetti, I Instr Citizens Club in the

li'ock'! 104 Lot 19 Fink. Mrs. Jennie B. .86 mock 12 Lot 9 18 2 23 Davis. Alanzo, Jr. 29776 i I mock 81 Lot 1Binckt2ImS' Roberts. Dnnn- li' mi I I j[ (Conference Room at 7:00: P.M.
Blotk: loa Lot 23 Lyen. H. H. .86 Block 13Lot5 13 2 23 Williams. Willie B. 4.75 i oil Simmons Joseph Jr. 507i I i
Block 111 Lots 21. 22 Schramm Mrs. Metta .Kf! mock 13 Lots 12. 13 13 2 23 Peek, Percy 14 22Armste3d Block 84 Lot 5 Pinckley. William. A. Julie Mc I Cotillion Club Board Meeting j jIn Mothers Aux. of Troop 191 in

))! flock 127 Lots 21.! 22!:!, 24 Anl! rlion.. J. E. 122! mock 14 Lot 3 13 2 23 DeVaugn. Leol B. 4623 mode 84 Lot N. 75 Ft. of 8 Pinckley William A. Julie Me i
I I'lock 127 Lot 23 ); U'OO, Mrs. Charles M.16/ Block' 14 Lots 13, 14 18 2 23 Tatum, Clarence 1422 92461, Hemerocallis Garden Club i io < Adult Ballroom Dance Class in

Block\ 134 Lots 8. 9 .. v ';,, Krogg. Herbert A. .86 Ittock 14 Lots 15 16 .. ,18ii' 23. Plumrrer Eddie Lee 14.22 Block 84 Lot S. 59 Ft. .of 7,N. 25. Ft.of t he: Auditorium at 8 p.m. 11,he Auditorium at 8:00: p.m.
Block 136 Lot 20 ." Block. August F. ..MSites. Block "I5eLot 10 *'**#-** **1S&2 231 ./ )Iitchell, Lennie 965Cook. 8' .. Pinckley. William A. Julie! 'L. 1 '
Block US LoU 13, 14, 15 ; Carl R. & Ethel (Less Block 15 Lot 13 18 2 28 Luther & Alma M. 137.70 92.96 Jaycees in the Conference B. *.m I Mfei and *3'" Health Club in

He) 824: mock 17 Lot 3 18 2 23 Davis L. C. 7.36 Block 125 Lot 1. 12 Cox, Mrs. John 2 a :J it 8:00: p.m. "' : tl!be Boys' Locker Room, day and
I Block U6 Lots 1. 3. 6. 8. 10, 13 to 16 Block 18 Lots 10, II 18 2 28 Davis Alonzo Jr. 1651 Block: 126 Lot 9 Verdier, Lawrence, Jr. 7.36 I Men and Boys' Health Cl }bin'e j I
Inc Lots 18. 19. 20. 21, 24 Wright. W. L. 3.89 Block 126 Lot 11 T"cco, Francis! P. 55.33 7ng.
_ _
I-lock: 147 Lot 18 DemiU Charles A. .86 I AMERICAN BEACH "NO 3 UNIT N*. 1 mock 126 Lots K'i of 14 & 15 Thompson Irene S. 53.S5 ... \
Block 147 Lot 19 Nicholas. Cherry .86 Block 126 LOU S 1 of 14 ft 15 Thompson. Irene S. 55.31

Mock: 141 Lots 20. 21 Higginbotham, John B. & Win- i Block I Lot 2 (Ex N'5 Ft. of 2 18 2 28 Afro American Pen Bur 137.70 mock 127 Lot N. 60 Ft. of 1 Reeves, Rosa M. 759 i Amount of
\ Block 129 Lot 4 IHallenjorf. Description of Land Sec. Tp. Kg. Acres Owner Taxes
cUe 2 45JlDsorf. Holzendorf. Marie II. 9 00 .
i I '
Block 1 Lot 6 : : ;-
18 2 28 Afro American Pen. Rut 114 831MeFarland. I '
Block 147 Lot 23 ( P. M. .66 Hlock 129 Lot 4 (Less He) J Mane H. 91.961 and CottaKeitfleyd
Cluck: 14J Lot 20 Knickle. Mrs. C. E. .86 Block 1 Lot 7 18 2. 28 Azzie Lee 18.79. Block 130: Lot N' 4 of 5 harry Reyrrard H & Sylvia ln '"1 f" ''
ILD' TOWN
ItIocklS3Lot4B1.jck Camsbell. Mrs. Willvam AEtt I BtockILot9 18228 Munroe; Ella Z. 21.08 ; 12.331!I" x f *' .. .
( ) 1.36Ca Block 1 Lot 10 13 2 23 Afro American Pen Bur.: 18791 1 j Block 131 Lot 7 Local Union No. CIO 73 ;
154 Lot 13 e. M H .86 mock 135 Lot S. 42 Ft. of 1 Styron Fairly'. 7.3fl !I B Hock 5 Lots 10. 12, 13, 14 D. & Juanita a.
lUck 1S4 Lot :21! Rollins. Mrs. Joe lEst) .86 Block 1 Lot 11 18 2 23 Luca;. Elcee & Willa Lee 18.79 1 Block 137 Lots 1. 2 Card Alice B. 750 809
'lock 155 Lot I'') Post. Mrs. Sign A. MFredrlckson ,1 BIock2LotO 18228 Mason. Myrtle 16.51 j Clock 137 Lot N.', of 10 Williams Vincent & Anette r Mock: 7 Lots 10. 13, 14 Hartley ilri. William 1879
Block 151 Lot 2 Mrs. E. 86 PT. of Lot 1 In or 17 Pg. 643 Co. Ree. 'I, 2387 E Mock 13 Lets 1, 2 .. Saver Contraction Co. 114.83
Slock 161 Lots 3. 6. 7. 8 Hays, Thomas R. & Carol H. I ", 24 2 28 2 Walters, Burford: E. & Frances I i[ Mock: 133 Lot 7 W. 6 Ft. of 8 White. Stanley E.. Sr. & Frances r Jock: 27 Lets 3, 4' ::-' KeVjrirt, Rfeert T 18.; 4: D. C

Less lie) 19 IIOainey. I W. 331J,: U ... 525 5588
mock 161 Lots 13. 14, 15. 16 : W. C. Jr. &. Julia AimLess Lots 10 ft 11 (fIn or-21 Pg. 310)) G.A. I! mock 140 Lot N4 of 2 Kittrell, William B. & Wife 4,75 I 1 EMixon. 5.: IsO Ft. of W. 236 Ft.. of Stf of 0* MtrkhMB. Arthur 6. ft Flora
( He) 19.11 Prince! Survey No. 1 24 2N 23I Williams, Clarence & Stella i I Hlcck 141 Lot 4 ; Joseph & Irne 23.37McColkmgh. L.ot229: 1472
Block 163 Lot 4 Palmer Edward J. ..ftB 5.13 Block 142 Lot S4 of 8 McC..ltoucrh, TEO lIP( 54 E Z.: 73 11. of S4 of Out Ut 249 M.Hriia. *>, Arthur C & Flora
Ulock: 163: Ut IIItlock lue. W. F .M I In DB 273 Pg. 461 Co. Rec. 24 2 21 Melton. Joseph & Marie 2.31 ,,:I mock 1'3 Lot N't Of 1 Leo 447 C. 788A
139 Lot 15 Peele. H. E. .86 Lot 1 In or 23 Pg. 83 Co. Rec. G A. j': Bicck 146 Lot N4 of 5 Oliver, Tomrr.ie Lee &. A. S
T.lotk: 117 L-ts 8 to 16 Inc. Unknoun 2.ill. Prince Survey 24 2 23 Durr. Lige J. & OHie 2.81'McMickens 525Albertie IR W. HAtL. TAX COLLECTOR
Block 179 Lots 1, 2 Andrews IL W. & Ada. Sr. ..fUreen k 'n nit lil; P- 1 ill C->. R"c. 24 2 28. Henry 2311 I 1 Block 146 Lot N4 of 6 Thomas, Jr. 475 NA:SSAU! COUNTY
Block 179 Lot 7 H. F .BI In Dlt 175 Pg. 256 Co. R cc. 24 2 23 Freeman William 1.22 meek! 147 Lot S', of 6 WiJi:1ms.tr:1": : 2337: ---
Block ISO Lots 7. 8 Unknown 1.22 In or 6 Pg. 4J5 Ca. Kec. 34 2 23: Elton, Roger L. &: Mary K Block 147 Lot E 4 of 8 Roberts. Albertie 101 11 .

I'.lock 180 Lots 17. IS. 19 Less To RD) Andrews. u. \v $". 1.2 (Less He) 824 Block 147 Lot W4 of S Roberts, Alrwrtie 1"70Miton. : ____
Mock IfO Lot 20 Avt1.rew. (:. W.. Sr. .?6Belue. 'Ir: DB 263! Pg. 157 Co. Rec. 39 2 23 Jorres, Charlie 4.13 mock 148 Lot N4 of 7 Lot 8 Josiah 10.42 I
Block 131 Lot 4 W. P. .86 In DB 109 Pg. 237: (Less 30A) 40 2 23i Jewell. C.. C. .f6 Mock 149! Lot t:. 86 Ft. of 7 N. 64 Ft.
I.Uk 182 Lot 23 ta es, W C. ..f'lrmM.Nutz. i i tlu Di: 275 Pg. 267 Co. Kec. 40 2 2tf Brazell. Hilton L. & Z. A. 413 of6 Williams Nelson 6501 I
Block 207 Lots 1. 2 / Mrs. A. E. 6Srhroder. In DB 273 pg. 190 Co. Rec. (Ex or iiI Mock 149 Lot S 38 Ft. of S'J of 6 Crisp, Buell }'f. 23 37 :
Mock: 208 Lot 8 Fred .?6 Pg. 545 Parcel No. ?) I. 40 2 23 Prazell H.' L.-; Kenmson C. mock 153 Lot 15 16 Freeman Elbe S. 1422:! '
lUock 203 Lots 9. 12 to 1) Inc. Merhaut Mary 1 5" I II. 37.70 Bl"ck 1M Lots 11 to 20 Inc. l:*>niviMn Amy (Est) I"Morgan. 'Jf1 t
In DC. 122::! Pg 342 Co. nee 8 3 24 Hippsley,, James: %.31 In DI 199 Pg. Ill Co. Rec. 44 2 28 4 baldwin Evelena 0. 4.13 Block 157 Lots 11. 12 Mary 5.07Jthnsor
Block 71 Lot 11 North Milliard Terrace, In or 20 Pg. 399 Co. Rec. 44 2 23: Wilder, Arren & Addie M. 231 Block 151 Lots 19. 20 I T a .V* ,* CUrence ft Hugie J-6 |
Sub. Murray, E./ ii. 136 In or 22!:! Pg. 412 Co. Ree. 44 2 23: Hersey. Carswell 2.31 Block 158 Lots 12. 13 Burgess H. V. 2 'jq :
Block 1 Lot 22!:! S. Ihlliard Terrace X t 3 Dean. Charles H. '1.36 !"'.Jb. Plat No. 2)) 44. 2 23 Frederick Harold E. & E J.I I Mock 166 Lots 8, 9 Edwards, Vernita 6.16 ,, WEATHER
In or 17 Pg. 423 Co. Ree. 9 3 21 McKinnon, 'Hosea & Marfrt (Less He) 55.81 mock 1G6 Lots 17 to 20 Inc. Mtzell. Everett 2337''
3.41 Lot 21 Wilders Nassau River Front J Mock 166 Lot 23 Rowland. Willard 7. & Jet'ielU I
In DH 123 Pg. 74 C-v Rec. (Ex or 3 Ii Parcel B 44 2 23 Kephart. Francis. W. & n> R I 525 !, FORECAST:
Pg. 403 Co. Rec) 9-3.2 2A Willhms. Acellar 824 '. 1393: Block 167 Lots 12 to 16 Inc. Cover: Charles ft Mary >'"> j
In or 3 Pif. 40* Co. nee 93 24 D-melv. Dmd & Mozelh :.31 Let 5 St. Patricks Cove Jacobs. Owen G. &: V. L. 10.42 I moo( ,
In or 13 Pg 551 Co. Rec. 9 3 24 Pearson Mirv 11" \i Lot 6 St. Patricks Cove Turner. Charles I 11.! 5 taI I I Block 164 Utl 7, tI Miler Alberta %.'19 I IW1Iker
In or IS Pg 555 Co Rec. 9 3 24 Pearson. Florine 1.22 1 Lot 13 St. Patricks Cove Franks. Woodrow 114. I Block 163 Lots 9, 10 Joseph & Alfreds 759i j
Irt or It Pg. 68 Co. Rec. ((50 x 75)) Lot 17 St. Patricks Cove Tinsley, Ross 7.59 I i Clock 170 Lots 3. 4 Colemarr, J<*a D. ft M. I... 5071,
9 3 24 HoughbrOt'tt Tob &: Kate 37?0 I Lot S'.. of S'a of 10 30 3 23 Bruce. Joe ft: Velma !>1. 91.96 I Block 170 Lots 11, 12 Fleming Ellgaa! W. ft EloIse
Lot 57 1932410 P"1'ef, Edwin J. 339 Lot Si, of 23 (Less E. 93 Ft. of S'iJ I 800 I
In or 17 Pg 47<> Co. Rec 20 3 24 Mid State Homes Inc. 36.70 In DB 272 Pg. 271 Co. Rec. 30 3 28 3 Phillips Charles R. ft: Mary Block 172 Lots 29. 30 Melton. W.' H. 9 6.5 todaytomorrowevery -

In or 9 Pg. 646 Co. Rec. (Ex or 12 Pg. J. 92.96Armstrong. Block 180 Lots 6, 7 William. Nelson 965 I
579 Co. Rec) 20 3 :24! Dl\1s. Te rw ft Fdna R. 2.81 Lot 33 :303236 Emma (Est) 3.33 Block 1(0 Ut 8 Williams, Charles H. .071) I
In DO 2$4 Pg. 34 Co. Rec 21 3 24 Silvers Arthur 0: Reynolds I Let 7 Askins Five Points I' Melvui. Kenneth J. &: JudithC. P.l'ck Ul Ut S'i 6f 7 Turner. David & Alice '
Claudt 55.31 .. 10.92 I Block 182 Lot Sub A & B of 2 Lot Sub 7.5'// day with a
PT. of SEU: of NE'i In or 22 Pg 237 Lot 15 S. '50 FL of 18 Iskirs- Five C&Dftf: Fisher Henry .
Co. Rec. 22324 Smith. James M. & Dorothy Points ,' Cold Carl 10.92 Block 187 Lot 3. Hun Alir C. 1m> M I
3i81 Lot 44 Five Points No. 2 Thompson Leonard .& Louise I Block n Lot N'J of 8 Walker, 'Raze 3!. 9.00

In or 10 Pg :281! Co. Rec. 28 3 24 '1 McCwnell. Henry W. & MiM- M. 22966 mock 188 Lot 1 Ashe. Pal/rer ft J. M. MM
read C %.81 i Lot 23 Rayon Terrace savage Robert L & Dorothy Block 188 Lot 3 Renshaw Samuel E. &: Betty

In or IS.; Pg 353 Co. Rec. 37 3 24 Kuhlmj!: Verne & Wjlerte'C. js t'i 1375 R. 9.50
King C. E. Sr. & Bert"* ;. Block: D. Lot 4. Had Oakovg No.' Thompson, .James W. & EIeariot : mock 198 N'i 'of 3 W. of Rd. :200! Durr, Lige A Ol'ie! 2.79
1.38306 i V 1002 Bifck! :2D6 Lot 7 Simmons Arthur 3.33

Lot 26 3242410:! .K,ne. Franrn M. 333 I \ Block: 213 Ut N. 100 Ft. of W. 100 Ft.
In Chan. We 17 P,. 515 4 IN 23 2 Pope. Ella Mae 72.91Crsctck. 0\K. fiROVE Sl'n0 3 "> of 1, ((100x100) Armstrong, A. V. & (:cJ'ttfy:
In DH 26* P,. 66 Co. Rec. (Ex 273 Pg. 'J 1. 2809'
613 Co. Rec) 10 IN *5 4 H W 4 Reta 4 11.1 Bicck 1 Lot 8 WTO" .. Jones, L.: Pencil 4.16 mock 214 N. 42 Ft of C. of 2. S. 58
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In or 16 P*. 140 O Rw 37 IN 25 I'.urch. Doris C. :'1Cioodman. Mock: L Lot 5. Hardee. W. L. & Elnora L. Ft. of D of 2 Samuels, Olhe Mae 3.93Edward
In DB 216 Pg 158 Co. Rec 14 2.\S! 1jI Annie L. %.31 OO 5 12Hardee Block "14 5Mb Lot N. 50 Ft ol S. 73 > 'Y
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PT. ff N't a. of $E'. of SE'1. In or 12 Block L Lot 6 W. L. '& 'Elnora L. Ft.ofBof7 Vernita 557
P*. 1&: CX Pec 19 2N 25SE Boatnaht.: Jenehe 2.81 %.13 Block: 214 Sub W', of D of 10 W'i! of ROOM AIR CONDITIONER !
Cor ol SEU (Less 2'!A) BiockLLcti Hardee, \V. L. & Elnora L. \ 14 Ft of C ff 10 Mote Francis & Wife 8.09 I
19 2N 25 24 r.likely. Mary (tEst) 19.11 JTITb 466 Block 215 Sub SU of n.of 1 Reshard. Samuel &: !.{. 69.10
In or 17 Pg 475 Co. Rec Being PT. Lots 12. 14. 16 Gasmen l6l- Phillips. Charlie R. & M. J. Block 215 N. 36 Ft of A of 6 (AA In =
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i lit DB 202 Pg 187 Co. Rec 19 2N :5 Artec Carnelfa 5U1Melton Lot 11 Cashen Parkl.. uto I f i Graham. Dewey &: Nancy .W. 716
In or 6 Pg 4SS O flee 19 2N SIn Mis urt Bell ? 525 Block 216 Sub A of 2 Webb Roscoe C & Isialeene : .=- :: .:::---- --- : = = -

DB 104 Pg. 44 Co Rec 29! 223 1, C4,tk.; WE. 5 "3 Lot 5 Thomas Minor Crow ley, Albert J. ft E. D. 2.79 7J PII I jJ-- .. -. -
In DII 233 Pg 45 C" flee 2 q !N 25PT Jones. Elliott E.. Jr. 5481 In or 20 P,. 509 Co. Rec.. (AA) PT. of Block 214 Sub C of 4 Atkinson D. 0. 1.87 !
: rf Lot 1 Block 4 In or 22 P(. 511 Let 8 'L' ,313282 Ivey, Ceorge E.. Jr. & Dnllis meek 218 Sub D ft S Me.sree, S J. 18Pmkley
Co. Rec.1 Ne' "comb Rub. :31 2N 23 Blount E. B & Juanita 281 A. 1142 Clock 218 Sub Lots A. R. C..D cf 3 William A. & .1.'i"j I
I' Itlnck 3 lot N 200 Ft. of I Newcomh la or 21 Pg. 563 CoTRec; 38 3 :!SIn Walker, Robert Tyson ft Me 13193
, Sub 32 IN 25 Burkley, Angela Carter 463 Gloria J. j.72 BIock228ibFof8 Williams. Esther U7
, 4 In or 19 Pg &w! Co. Ree Being In or 21 Pg. 501 Co., Reed ((60 x 100) Block 23 Sub R of 2 )Miller JrhiT 333 -J
Block 3 'Newcomb Sub 32 2N 25! Howard. Ellis &: Vera Jean 1.72Cnavers. 50323 Nobles Charles J. ft Lillie I. ':-lock 230 E.\JbDOII Pratt James H. II 113
l In or 19 PS sis & Rec Rci". InBlock :..61Goodtn. Block22OSubDof3SuiCof 3 nffin.; Dod Fay 9 rc
t 3 New comb Sub 32 2N 25 Dorothy M. 1.72 :, In n 3 Pg. 230 .'01 'Rec.L t 16 GleR' BIockI3OSubArf7 Williams, A. J. & M. L. 507
, In DB 275 P,. 2T3 Co. .Rf(. *:2 15 Marshall. E. J. 1.22 wood .. ..-.....,...'. 50 3 %SIn A. J. ft Ana V. 4.13 Block 230 Sub A of 8 Lindsey Paul 507 .
E Portion (Less ISA nf Lot 2 & In 507Babb . .. .- ... .... ...
In DB IS Pc. *37 C- Pec Ex DI 263F j : Block 231 Sub "D" H 1 WHlums. Rudolph -!( :u ..:..;..,:! -':
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51 2N :s 3 r.satriH. Marion 6 F3Divh. l'A) l Ex 2C2: P?: 57)' ) tEx or-1 P4. I I Block 231 Sub C of II Babb; Mrs. Robert 73fl ; i. s I. .
r In W 8 Pg 432 Ct flee 51 ?N 25 1 H L. 231 137> 4F.'( or S pg. 53) 50 3 2* 24 Bryon. Alice L. 1069 I Block 232: *uh S. 58 Ft ofA OlIN. .'.- ---' -- .---
In DIJ 272 Pro 251 Co. Pec 51 2N 23 Shlct!). Seth H. ft H. V. 36689 InWPartofl.o13 5032853 F'nrwn. Ahce L. 5>J1 42 Ft of H of 2 Carter Emma 5.511
Iff Dl! 275 Pf 359 Co. Rec 51 2N 23 nil Site Im,.f Mit Ine 54.fl I In DR 14 Pg. It) Co. Rec. 19 3 28 3 Miner. :Mrs. F. B. T3fl Block 232:! Ut W'4 of S. 44 Ft of C 7211 I
In DU :.1 P,. 53 Co. Rec. 51 :%'CJ 1 Keen J. W; Weintraub, Henry lt 32 Frtnx lieaeh Replat Utade H. 1:. 23371 i of 2V 50 Ft. *f D If 3 Patterson Albert ft F.ISie S"P'" Model
! 1, 41 tot 5 Bucks Fni I'e'lchl"\ DrMuns.: Marguerite S. 160M Block 232 N 44 Ft. rf A of 4 Roberts Alberta .18343 :, We have the
Lot 32 J. P. Page Sub 51'C 25 Cheshire Angus W. & S. M"I I I Lot 34 Bucks Fdna Beach No. 1 McKendree. L. A. ft: Joyce Bock:32 Sub C of 3 N. 44 Ft. of PElf : just right-size model to meet yourr.eedseverything
463 15.18 4- Sub BoIJ ROberts Alberta 46.73llovs j from easily-installed units and
Lot 89 J. P. Page Sub. II 2X 35 Plair. Rubin 413J Lot. 30 Bucks Fdna Beach No. 1 McKendree, L. A.* &: Joyce Block 2'4 Sub A. I:. C of 4 James H. ft JM. 965.Buchaa.
Lot 69 J. P. Page Sub. 51 2N 25 Melton. James Henry; Jon* (Less He) 63601 l I Block 250 Lot Part of 4 If 4 of 3 Frsc t heat pumps to 29,090 BTU units powerful enough to
Florence I< l fk 1 Lot .1 S4 of 5 2 Bucks Fdaa. c.1'Lot 7 : Cordea & Lflrth T.. J cool your biggest room. Come in and see them.
All of Lesi SW 4 W, of NEU of 63i II i Beach No. 2 Blount, Earnest B. & dar i 12. 3 < ,
;. NWH lC 3 28 57* Darbv. F. W. 144 :' 115.83 Block 256 Lot SH *f 5 Smith. Mary V. 507 '
AH <4 44 3 :29 253 Darby F. W. 14 1j Bicck 1 Lot 12 South Reach Sub. Morgan... W. D. 1466Pinckley Ut 2 S. 10 ft. IIf 3 Sorensen Terrace Tiliakos.: Mrs. Pet 1140 L. B. Reese ,
,,' In DR 1ft: Pg M C-*. Rec M 4 25 10 Haddock. R C. *. ,1 Block 2Q Sb of 9 Taylor clarence L. & Met I
In or 15 P|. 366 Co. Rec 34 4 25 1 Merman. Benjamin1 ft: M 5EAVIEW SUB H. I1J6 .
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of NE>; (LotC) 33 4 25 Melton. Marie & Joseph 281Sapp. 15." S. *' *
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.' ,. Ri c. 142N 26 Edwin E. 8.24 I ft: 27 Lots 28 M 32 Ine.Gi (Less He)!, > 321.12 15 16 1101
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:-. OF TAX SALE -= .-: .-'N.: .'.,." ... News-Leader. Fernandina Beach, Florida .- Thursday, Slay 16, 1963 Page_Eleven

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P If I ; ';" will have as its new chief probablyR.
: < ' Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1963 at 12:00 noon at the f.' :"=<<: ,. City Hall Fernandina Beach, County of Nassau. State of Florida, tax certificates H'; :iI-2 :t'< .... ysw Capitol LetterBY
will be sold on the following described laird to pay the amount due 1 2:1 ', .. County. It will contain a Republican -
for taxes herein set opposite the same together with the costs of such sale 1I 1-' .; rAr ..k : Bill Young of Pinellas Coun-

:J .' and advertising cost JERRY MOCK ty and Sen. Verle Pope of St.

I .. Tallahassee Although Johns member of the
Amount 01 no one County, a

Taus seems to'was; to talk much about minority bloc. Another member
I Block Lot Owner and costs ALL THE CASH YOU
3 23 thru 25 0. W Christopher 11.76 kr1Jj'Prb it, a shakeup appears imminentin may be Rep. Tom Slade of Duval

w. 6 19 thru 26 Charles A. Hall & Wife 2.03 the so-called Johns Committee.The County.
6 N'j of 27 thru 30 Charles A. Hall & Wife 4293
, .. 'I 1 thru 7S4 Ethel Taylor 1.75 committee apparently will R, J. Strickland, Chief Investi-

.. a of 10 thru 14 D. W. Perkins 4.31 have a new cast of characters, a gator.who was under fire for his
.. a N', of 10 thru 14 & Lizzie 61.18
George Christopher
.. a N'-3 of 27 thru 29. i. : new leader from the House, and a investigation of the University of NEED TO REMODEL

N', of E 7' of 30 Christine M. Clark .93 new chief investigator. South Florida at Tampa, and the
9 S't of 1 & Lot 34 Charles F. Rogers 2927 Ill
I 10 9 Bennie Ellerson 1436 Many legislators approve of the arrest of a Capitol newsman, ap- 1 1vo

13 1 & 34 L G. Hirth 122.46 1 v v ''1 idea of the committee but enough parently will be replaced.The .
14 19 &: 20 Jessie 4. Stella Hadsock 1.83 J
.0' 18 10 thru 13 George li. & Reba J. McMahon 1.87 disgruntlement over the way it status of Mark Hawes,

K 18 24 & 25 Diana H. & A. R. Clark, Jr. 1.26 has operated apparently has committee attorney from Tampa,
22 14 & E 35' of 15 Kathenr H. Askins 2.32
It
.. 26 12 Bennie Ellerson 1.U brought forth a promise of the is a question mark. Hawes drew

26 13 Laura Ellerson 4.49 major shakeup in order to assure some legislative criticism for his
w 29 N', of 3 & Lot 2 Dan H. Nagel 9.69 SHOWN ABOVE ARE TWO OF THE STARS from "To 'it will continue. recent defense before a joint ,
,31 1 &. 14 thru 16 Albert Hirth 207 "
32 11 I Florrie Williams 1368 Kill A Mockingbird, which also stars Gregory Peck, Best The committee, named the Leg House-Senate hearing of the activities -

II' 32 S 80 of 14 Ernest W. & Ann Lee Freeman 1.79 Actor of the Year for his role in the movie, to be fea il islative Investigative Committee, i of the committee.Sen. .
33 11 R. D. Roberts (Est) 15.93
S I 34 E 5V of 1 Allan W. Cook & Wife 27.89 tured at the Ilan Theatre Sunday and Monday. Charley Johns of Starke,
S 34 S', of 3 Emily Commodore (Est) 3.11 .
of aesthetics but an economic for whom the committee is nick-
34 S', of W 3/4 of. 4 Florrie Williams 18.35
34 Ely of 7 Joshua & Emma Dove 1.1% must. named, already has offered to step
e 37 S' cf 6 Charles Cover %.35 FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTSBy
.. a Since 1928 landowners have down, although his offer was in
38 S', of 5 K. C. Crisp 43.67
40 N>j of 4 Walter L & Mary K. Champion 1.24 planted nearly one and one-half rather vague/ terms. New blood in

41 NS! of 5 Arthur C. Markham 2.12 billion seedling trees mostly the committee might head it in a
Buren E. Brice Chairman committee .
41 SU of 6 Arthur C. & Flora. C. Markham 6273 i i erways under chair
U 45 E>, of 8 C. B. Ingram ':.08 Forestry Committee ,. i iFlorida's I manship of Jim Wellman, Lake slash pine. different directions and take some
.. 48 NE 1/3 of 8 W. A. 4 J. M. Pinckley 4.14 land has Yet, eight million of Florida's of the pressure off from higher
cited the
half-billion dollar for- repeatedly i
52 L'1)! of 2 Vernon S. Simpson 24.10 opportunities
20 million
I acres of forest land education circles and the ,
1 & N 85' of 8 in the of news ;
54 Carl D. & Velma 0. Cileo 2.09 est industry can be doubled tree-farming
71 2 Simon Kutg 5944 if not slash pines and the opportunity' need to be planted to bring them media. Several papers have takena
tripled. Forestry
71 5 Joseph Simmons 207 even now into full production. If future industrial stand against the activities of
73 4 R. D. Roberts (Est) 18.35 is worth five times what it was for industry in the use of low
1 75 S 25' of 5 Jan.Jul, Inc. 223 25 Two hundred thou- [ quality hardwoods and small cy- demand for wood and the committee.
years ago.
79 E 60' of N 75 of S forest is met that
4.49 fact
Joshua Dove resources
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t. S If hue substantial equity in
Both much : a
80 3 T. C. Herring 743 sand Floridians depend directlyon press. are growing alone would you jour
80 N', of 5 Willie W. & Rosa A. Williams 2 07 the state's woodlands for their I I faster than they are being used, mean triple expansion The recent House vote on divid

80 Sij of 7 Orion J. Lawrence 2.23 livelihood. but use or cut of Florida pine is of Florida's forest industry. ing Lake Okeechobee among five home, we can, if you prefer, refinance your ., '
81 1 Dianna Roberts 14.89 I
Landowners foresters
81 N'j! of 4 Christine Rogers .60 The wholesale value of primary dangerously close to its present investors and timber farmers, counties apparently' cleared the present ( to provide the additional
be- mortgage
82 S<,, of 1 growers I
Joseph Simmons Jr. 223 manufactured products of growth rate. way for passage of other legisla ?
U N 75 of 6 W A. & Juba.Pinckley 8007 lieve it shall be met.
84 S 50' of 7; N 25' of 8 W. A. & Julia Pinckley 80.07 the industry is rated at $500,000000 ,- I In 1961, net growth of pine As a member of the Florida tion. Considerable trading of funds needed for a major project of remodeling

125 3" 12 Mrs. John Cox 1.06 per year chiefly from pulp, growing stock was 209,800,000cubic votes on the issuev s obvious
126 11 Francis P. Tocco 37.25 Board of Forestry, I am in a
126 SU of 14 & Lot 15 Irene S. Thompson 29.91 paper, lumber and naval stores. feet, while the pine cut was position to realize and know the f and now that sticky subject is or expansion. Come in and talk it over

126 N'j of 14 & 15 Irene S. Thompson 31H Remanufacture adds millions' 202,900,000 cubic feet. Thus, only tremendous effort and past, at least for the time in the
I 131 Si, of 3 Louise & Josephine Sibley 3.97 3.3 of Florida's annual success I House members get to
more, annually. per cent can on I
132 N', of 6 James Durham 1.80 the Florida Council of 100 has f
135 S 42' of 1 Fairly F. Styron 1.38 Florida's primary wood-using pine growth was available as a accomplished in informing the nation other things. The feeling of the i fi i ,
\ 137 NIl of 10 Vincent & Annette Williams 2113 plants include nine pulp-mills, 171 needed reserve. House on the matter came out I I I!
J 138 7" W 6" of 8 Frances L & Stanley E. White Sr. of the opportunities in Flor- FERNANDINA FEDERAL SAVINGS
136 sawmills, 21 veneer and crate The United States uses paper ida for new forest industry. Our when the proposal tame up on

} 13' 11 & 12 Rosa Lee P.ryant 69.84 plants and 21 treating plants. products at the rate of 440 poundsper committee members have the floor. About half of the House

lU 140 4 N'!, of 2 Josiah William&B.Irrie Kittrell Mixon&: Wife 7209 1.35 Pulpwood production in 1961 totaled person yearly compared to a before the Florida Bankers appeared members got up and headed for & LOAN ASSOCIATION

142 S'i of 8 Leo McCollough 1245 2,058,749 standard cords world average of 57 pounds. National Association Florida Board of : the doors as a joking, half-rer .

143 N', of 1 Leo McCollough 51.80 an increase of eight per cent over pulpwood production in the ious indication that they didn'twant
146 N>, of 5 Tommie Lee & A. S. Oliver .79 Forestry and many other outstanding I
I J 16 N1!, of 6 Thomas Alhertie Jr. D4 the year before.In U.S.A. has nearly doubled since organizations in the' anything to do with the issue 202 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-5 502

r 147 SU of 6 Sarah Williams 22.01 addition to the pulpwood 1950. But all forecasts indicates ,
147 S', of 8 Albertie Roberts 81.63 I state, promoting what is aston- :
harvest another cords of continued increase in
t 148 8 & N', of 7 Josiah Mixon 117.67 1,600,000 I a per capitause ishing to many, the second largest .
149 S 36' of SU of 6 Buell M. Crisp 25.12 pulpwood were imported from adjoining of paper and wood productsin industry in this state Patronize Our Advertisers '.
150 13 & S 25' of 14 & 15 Harvey L. & Myrtle L. Spivey 73.83 states in one year. With the U.S.A. and worldwide. I r'at. ,
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I 153 7.8 & 25 thru 28 C. Edwin & Mae booth 10521 -
this Florida mills' total of The value of
1153 15 & 16 Elbe S Freeman 321 output forestry even
1154 17 thru 20 Amy Benjamin 23.38 pulp now rates third among all now the state's second largest industry -
I-I156, 222 Mary Morris 3.97
; 51 11 & 12 Mary Morgan 3.21 the states. could pfe expanded from ,
51 19 & 20 Clarence & Hugle Johnson 45.70 Apart from pulp, lumber pro two to three times through reforestation -
I 5& 12 & 13 H. V. liurgess: 327 duction exceeds 350,000,000/ board utilization research, Tire That's / 1 1 i e 1 /
160 1
Elbe S. Freeman 22.34I
I. ,161 9 &: 10 Verdie Thomas 108 feet each year. Gum naval stores intensified management of timberland -

181 11 & 12 J. C. & Willie Merle Hesters 1.32 and 'wood naval stores last: year and expanded protectionof
166 2 thru 4 r Constance S. Gatewood (Est) 18.54
totaled almost Florida woodlands from forest
$42000,000 one-
CHECK
166 7 & 13 > Elbe S. Freeman 1436
166 8 & 9 Vernita Edwards 1.69 half of which was in payrolls.. fires.

i 186 28 Willard W. & Jessie.L Rowland 1.SR The natural resources and wat- Reforestation is not a matter \ OUK
168 1 & 4 Shirley at Itarbara Ann Reed 36.05
170 3 & 4 John D. M. L. Coleman 3.11 x \ SERVICEDEPARTMENT
170 11 Ie 12 Elijah W, &; Eloise Flemminr 1.18 OLD TOWN I
181 St',' of 7 David Ie Alice Turner 1.75 1 S4 of 6 (Cenrtf T. Davis 1VFlnjd \ \, \ \ f
102 Sub A & 11 of 2
? 5 10 & 12 thru It D &. Juanita G. Knight 1.54 j
C&Dof2 Henry Fisher 2.38 12 8 John Cook .7JMcr : III \ \ ";1
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214 N 50' of S 12' of Cot 1 Edwin 1. & R. 1. Brooks U 13 1 & 2 : Construction Co. 5007 S \ \ ..,.:
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214 N SO' of S 7a' of R: of 7 Vernita Edwards 2.18 ;
14 3. 4 & S'a of 5. 6 thru
21t Sub C of 9 S 8' of D of
: 9 Joshua Dove 5r. 4.U 9, 11 &: 12 B. J. Wilder; Ieorge: T. Davis 1020:::>> S .....
215 Sts of B of 1
M. Reshard 31.1K
Samuel Ie 18 .1 &. N', of 5 Ones; T. Davis! 21 :>V
215 N SO' of i 64' of D'' of 5 Joseph F, Bruni, Jr 3.11
18 3. 4 & 6 Altimese & Henry Reed 3.62
( 215 S14'ofAof5N36'of : 21 All lots (less ROW) B. J. Wilder & (:eorge T. Davis 8.31
215 Sub II A of of 5 10 I Viola Barton 1.16 31 1, 2, 3 & N>z of 5, S'2! of 8 15. J. Wilder & Ceorge T. DavisI.I)
Samuel Resh3rd 5.00 34 3 & 4 B. J. Wilder & leorge T. Davis 2.40OUTLOTS ..
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216 Sub 5 29' of D of 4 \ Belle Saddler %..41t
(4 215 Sub II of 5 Daisy M. Bailey: Rebecca<<: Southers1.22 L

W 71' of 145' of S 136'
218 C&Dof3 W. A. PiJ1tok'ey 80.94 W 71' of E 145 of .
t 218 A & II of 3 W. A. Pirtrkley BO.94 S 136' of N!- Of 2 John L &. Lois J. Reid 13.30
218 Sub F of. 5 Annie Coleman 1.20
I 216 Lot 10 C. A. Tompkins 5,19 .tl.UE.TERR.iCE NO. 1 I
223 1 a: 10 C. A. Tompkins 9.86I 3 Theodore F. &: Blairdena I). Marsh I j.
210 Sub II 'of 2 John Miller 1.54 U51''! ., ;
230 Sub D of 2 James H. Pratt 3.95 8 Paul E, &. Cora Bibb 45.20 I *? t
\ 2.'lO Sub A of 1 A. J. It M. 1. Williams 3.80 .
230 'ub A of 8 Paul Llndey: 34 6. OUTLOTSlegin ;
t 231 Sub A of 1 Willie .itGiU 1.64 : S. E. Cor. of 229. . W t
231 Sub D of 1 Rudolph Williams 3.111' W 303'; N 30'; E 75': N
231: Sub N '"lZ' of n of 9 Mrs. Robert Babb 1.'l1 1364'; E 150'; S 136'2! ;
( 231 Sub C of 10 Mrs. Robert lIabh 2.07 E 78'; S 30' to POISE Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 917
1 232 B of 1: N 28' of A of 2 Joe O. & R. L Brown 1.6" 78 of Sts of 22DSIDLER Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 5.00' <
232 S 4-1' of C of 2: D of 3 Alberta Patterson 45.75 I' < ,
232 C of 3: N 44' of D of 4: ESTATES De Luxe
I w II of 3: N 4-1' of A of 4 Alberta Roberts 11.12 1 11 Eula R. Reynolds 7.61SEAVIEW I Champion I Ii4 i 1
I" 232 N 50' of S 78' of B of 4 Leon & Francis Goodman 53.53 'A V'L i
245 5 It 8 C. A. Tompkins 11.50 SUB i ,
24S Sub C 6: D of 9 Hampton B. & Nancy Odom 64.6l' 7 14 thru IS; 17 thru 19 pr'. First Choice As Original Equipment '' 1
2j6 I thru 3: >9 \ 10 C. A. Tompkins 41.93 E of ROW C. E. & Edmee W. Layton 20.63 I 1 v $ ) L \ 1; 1 1I :
250 Part of 4: Nl, of 3: 21 15 & 16 Ceorge: E. & Margaret W. Tyson .83 On America Finest 1963 New Cars II 1 I
f"ractlort of 1 Cardell k Ullith L Iuchan 63 ill 24 5 thru 8 Ceorge: E. & Margaret W. Tyson 117 i i I
:256! Nit of 8 Joseph: H. Norma Rowe 4,31I More Traction Greater Safety I
1 281 NIl of 5 Wm Margaret Morrow 9.86 SOUTH BEACH SL'B I 1
Wide, deep tread full All! action tread desifn with wonderful I
269 3 Ernest A. Ie 1. M. Davies 1.5 1 12 W D. Morgan 4156', gives I
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269 19 &; 5', of 20 P. O. Haddock 1.93 3 3 J. T., Jr. & Ii:lie D. Holt 1961 I traction-even in the renter of new Tyrex*cord body that's stronger more I / I, I I
I 273 19 thru 22 It G thru 9 3 4 thru 9 James T Holt, Jr 630.891UNPLATTEU the tread there you need it most durable and fives greater road stability. t t4''iI I i
East of RR John It Elizabeth Stilwell 1.06 .
219 6 & 7 Emmett C. Little 1.15 : AREA I Longer Wear Beauty Styling I I I In
:8a 9 ,.", Herbert J. & Renner Ryals 1.6-1 Begin N. W corner of lot 91. New rubber compounding plus Modem, hifh style narrow white l I
:95 29 6: 30 Charles Clinch 1.64 Miramar, W of N line for 125'S Firestone's miracle tough sidewall is protected by N I
75', E 125', N 75' to POI Frankie D. Poarch 4.56 a I
ATLANTIC lIIG1lLtUSA liegin: S W. corner lot 46. IMuamar synthetic Diene Rubber fives prominent, protective curb I i

S55i' of 1 Juanita H. Campbell 1.69 V 125', N 5045'., i I thousands of extra miles scuff rib for lasting beauty ii,t ,+ I( I
E 125', S 59.45 to FOB Camden Enterprises 19.62 !, I Ib f'
j SABLE t nOTIlCIlII.D I
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SKINS OCEAN CITY Described in OR 10, Pg. 213 David H. Britton 23.35 j P W ON SALE AT
i .8 4 Mrs. Clara T. White 6.59tleorge
I 4 : T. Davis; Lonnie H. Pope 659 WINDSOR PLACE NO. 1 JKR
J [ 5 Ceorge T, Davis; Lonms H. Pope 6.56 1 6 Hugh Jr. &: Phjuss J. Buchannan 7799 REDUCED PRICES 1.
2 4 William Cathn 57.36 I
I t EST PORT I1CAC11 CASINO TRACTA <
W 75 of 25 thru 30. James D. & Ruth M. Cordon 18394 J. CLAYTON SANDERS ,
J 3 & 0 George T. Davis 23.01DE.tCow TAX COLLECTOR |
.. CITY OF FERNAVDINA BEACH. Lifetime
; J TERRACE FLORIDA Get Our Just Say"Charge

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J N 50 of A of 11 Oscar Sorensen S 58 -- Guarantee t UK
i ,. Low Price It" DOL aCC
plus
DUCKS BEACH NO. 1
s xd onYour Choose Terms
6 ', Marguerite S. Dobbins 14028 24-Month your
14 Katherine Amngton 7851 fi Size
36 L. A. & Joyce McKendrte 143.67 I II II | Road Hazard Pay monthly

56 Marcia H. Cusumano 45,86BUCKS Guarantee Today semi-monthly or ; kl r4j dlfli'' ,

BEACH NO. I ,
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II&; S', of 2 Earnest B. & Clara G. Mount 8850 1 1 ,1 p a b IM Ir1

lEHIU.KA'S RLI'LAT 1
3: H B. Meade, 30.63GEORGLI f

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2 H. K. Corp. .63
314 (:. H. K. Corp. .83'
20 n. H K. Corp. 63 |I
27 l:. H K.' Cnrp. 63'', dealers
\I 30 t;. II. K. Corp. 63 !\ Firestone

43 t:. H K. Corp. 68))'i < I > b more than travel
45', U. H K. Corp. .68' i s I s nonce you
110 W, L. Hutton 490 .1.1S coast t o coo st wherever
111 W. L. Hinson 50.76 from
s and stores 4
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GEORl.lA FKRNANDLNA BEACH NO. Z HAZARD GUARANTEE > -t

135 Paul E. Bibb / 5884 1 GUARANTEE ROAD road hazards (ncept r eWencountered liable "
191 Catherine U. Arringtoa 11050 LIFETIME against normal i
218 Mrs. Annie R. Powers 9595 II in workmanship End in everyday passenger S..

245 Harriett ),1. Dell 1.35 I ritcrulsfortbeUfcoItheonpnaltread. punctures of months specif ed.
:U, 246 & 247 Harnett M Dell :3041 I II mm car use for number
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I HAMIlY'S Sl'llDlUSlOX current at time
34 & Sty of 32 Roy W Howard 15.73 I'I ,k prorated on rod wear and dosed on list prices
:33 & 35 W. A. Pinckley 26010 ;.a placements
33 W. A. Rimes Hughlet Carter 64471 + -
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53 & 53 Mrs Harry J. Bennett 14283 t rl GUARANTEE ft H : ..,r : ?W (
Your Firestone @j. r ,18:7;:
AMLLLl LiIltlioeSE KEbLRVATIO: N provides protection agamit; f U -,,' tents
IN FLORIDA illizi
16 Wm. McRae 49.58 ChutkholtS
I of
.O Curbs
504 51 Kinney C. & Kathryn LUaddock II I tire UHure from donw St/s rs loU les tans e


M.tIISIILANDSImmediately $ =.13 BEER IS A NATURALAs .::1 road hazards like these- Spikes , rfnl t} Gr

} N of r.lock223 .. .1 : yi4 art r e e ,a
A 253 & Outlets 19 & 2 e.l.XS, natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from : s T ; vt yyr+asr r
of Ecans creek, also &!lW i
Marshlands N. of Elk 250 which it is brewed beer is florida's traditional beverage of :. TYREX( Is t certKi iton! mrk of Tyrt., I... '.viscose tk/ e cd.Priced .-

except to Lokey Robert Downei :.:3 .' moderation.light, sparkling delicious. ri... ., .. .. ",,.

MIRAMAR BEACH 5198 t, And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a as shown at Firestone Stores; competitively._ ,. priced ot Firestone Dealers_ and_ of all-"') _service. stations displorin9tst J o n6 .ii i '
38 & 39 Marcia H. Cusumana
41 Frank R. & M. H. Cusumano 27.24 major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For .. "

91 Frankie D. Anderson Poarch 11.34 example the Brewing Industry is responsible for millions of

lit GROVE PLACE dollars paid annually! to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be

22 (less N 9') T. C. A Nancy Herring 11.08 made.into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are BEACH
26 Fred O'Steen 18-42
spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida,

OAK LAWN PARK NO. I beer belongs,..enjoy it ffimfon
5 *. :. George Chaacey k Wife 2924 t SUPPLY.

OCEAN CITNORTH ".' 1- ;

3 3 .R. L Robinson 29716 tl\ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
34 ..' .,R..L. & ll. E. Robinson 10.99 .
I 74 .."' Grant'W; Blum J 1.51 .W: FLORIDA DIVISION. '
9 1, 2 4 N', of 3 :' ,,; .,* "1 Maurice- & Jean Urmanee. i 14.37. 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482I 4
OCEAN CITY SOUTH
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Page Twelve yews-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 r .- -- L -, -.- -" .p. -- .- ...
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I At The Churches Revenue Service Ii G11.FN, i PfP cwf N Ay ,
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MEMORIAL METHODIST CHURCH OF CHRIST To Begin Survey Ii Ii10f I i GETYOURFREE COPY
CHURCH South llth.Street i 1 100 EXTRA g g
John L. Jones, pastor Kenneth L. Jones, Minister i

10:00 a.m. r.._. Sunday School Sunday: Bible Study ..10:00 a.m. Nassau Firms |ii iiI j ii GREEN STAMPSWITH OF THE EXCITING NEW I
11:00 a.m. __._ Morning Worship Morning Worship ._ 11:00 a.m. .w L
.... The Internal Revenue Service ,i i
6:15: }I.m. MYF Supper & Programs Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. I THIS COUPON AT YOUR fal GREEN SIMP
Tuesday: Singing Practice .... 7:30 will shortly begin a "compliance j isurvey"
of many Nassau County I NEAREST FRIENDLY WINNDIXIEGood
7:30 p.m.
p.nu ar Evening Worship (Held at various members homes) business firms to determine if 'j i Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With
Wednesday: Mid-Week; Bible they are aware of and complying :; May J 18th A $5.00 or More Food Order. % ( (

ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL Study....................... 7:30 p.m. with Federal tax laws requiringthe j ATKt
CHURCH Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. filing of tax returns. 11 ,,d dcwLw 1 .
m The Rev. James U. Ellisor, Rector (Held at various members homes) I i The survey, which is expectedto &UW" ''I cwrn.TMI Vr \

7:30 A.M. Holy communion take about 3 months to complete ;i 5
10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist FIVE POINTS BAPTIST will be conducted by Re- Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru May 1 18th y ST
11:15 AM. Church School CHURCHJ. venue Officers who will check a COPYRIGHT-WINN-DIXIE STORES.'INC. -1963 S nd
5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young cross section of non-farm businesses 5! r
W. Keen,,Pastor : SMOKED COLONIAL BRAND QUICK FROZEN
Churchmen to if all tax
see required
J:45 a.m. ____ Sunday School I ,
(This is the schedule of every 11:00 returns are being filed on time Cut-up HenSLB.29
a.m. Morning Worship according to District Director,,
Sunday with the exception of the
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3:30 p.m. Training Union Laurie W. Tomlinson.Mr. r A
last Sunday of the month I
) ,':30 pan. Evening Worship REG. 98$ SUNNYLAND
LAST SUNDAY OF THE Vednesday service, 'l:3(' Tomlinson emphasized the
MONTH prayer survey is not designed to audit returns .7 PIvI Sli. Ham". 791
p.m.
but is to ascertain the
7:30 A.M. Holy Communion '* '* and extent of r'1i
awareness compliance
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayerand NORTH 14th STREET with the tax return filing % s '.I4'; : REG. 99* TARNOW (PLUS 50 STAMPS)
Sermon .1 / /
11:15 A.M. Church School BAPTIST CHURCH requirements of the Internal Re- 1 SHANK Meat oaf 89
Rev. Ran Humphreys, Pastor venue laws and to check the com 1MB.i
5:00 P.M.
: Episcopal Young
9:45: a.m. Sunday School pleteness of Internal Revenue's HALF
Churchmen n:00 &.ra. __ Morning Worship recently installed Master File of i ,, ',.. y. 4q REG. $1.49 TARNOW (PLUS 100 STAMPS)
tr 7:00: p.m. n.T.u.1 business taxpayers.He .
: BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 8:00 p m. ---.w Evening Worship i further emphasized that Meat Loaf 2'A-IB.$139
429 South 6th Street
7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services most business managements comply
Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor Wednesday conscientiously with the tax REG. 59< COPELAND ALL MEAT
Sunday Services: laws. However, Tomlinson explained ;
10:00 A.M. r.rr.r Sunday School '* since the laws are com r.7 x/ WHOLE or BUTT HALF LB.4S Franks LB..49
11:00 A.M. _. Morning Worshi-- ST. PETER CLA V R'S plex and there are many types of v ,

6:30 _,,..__._._ B.T.U CHURCH tax returns such income, with .-. ..---- "< .' '_..... .' ,. .
p.m. as "
7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service Sunday Mass 1st, 3rd, 5th I holding, social security and a .:d.: ; .. _. ...=_ _. -iJ..__;:: _.. .__ .. _. ..... "_ }"'" '., ..'-.....'.:.... .'..'.'".:.*..'..._....,'v....\..'..:.''''r.< ,",'' )':."'.,,,'.;...:,> f:.

7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sunday 7:30 a.m. number of miscellaneous excise
Tuesday: Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th ,, taxes, some business taxpayersmay '
7:00 p.m. r.r.._..._ Visitation! Sunday -. 11:30 a.in.1 not be fully aware of all of D golden Io P '.
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--- -- ---- -- I the specific tax returns which apply -

j to their business operations. bantam ,r. .. )} j : .
; "Compliance surveys" ate made if 1
under the Internal Revenue laws, "fHf) '
I, Tomlinson said, and are a con- sweet 4S. .; :
DISTillED WATER I II It 8 8 Il m 8 TENDER, CLOSE TRIMMED SIRLOIN '::' / f-\.' : -vJ
.; tinuous part of the regular tax U., GO ERNMENT GRADED >-: "' :) ,'.tqu ;
enforcement designed to Florida ''
program it. .
:''maintain high levels of taxpayer .
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i compliance. Compliance surveys .. .
!/2 GALLON (No Deposit) 35c i'J high will be standards conducted of under fairness the usual the No otherLBSteaks 'I. corn r .;( < ..S\' '\

1 1 Internal Revenue Service requires Beef could FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND 4.... :: .: ,
in its dealings with taxpayers: f ".*.4-. -1.<"
5 GALLON (Deposit Bottle) $1.50 .II Internal Revenue, he said, ,recognizes be so:0' L "< )
that most of the delin- LB. I.
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!'quents which may be brought to Naturally Tender :
j, light will be the result of honest J t
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I misunderstandings and oversight. FLAVORFUL CLOSE TRIMMED CHUCK : '
HARDEE BROS. i Tfye rare instances of flagrant C

i abuse which may be discoveredwill j .
I of course, be dealt with ac- RoastLB49/h/>
ATLANTIC AVENUE I cording to law, he said.. I i .. t.

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PINE GROVE BAPTIST LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT / t{ .
W.D Brand NATURALLY f 1
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Rev. A. Z. Kniht, Pastor I TENDER beef is trimmed L. )

Sunday School ._ 9:45 a.m. by experts to remove exmf I mfy S LB. ;] 9 ear r(

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Morning Worship 11 a.m cess fat and bone. Com- m BliF 9 0 \ '
/:: ;: Why waif? Training Union 7:00 p.ra. W-D Brand beef 'is ea6
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I pare.
Evening Worship 8:00: p.m.I EXTRA LEAN FRESH GROUND '
I.":; Redecorate today with Wed. Night Prayer of guaranteed for quality. y.; ,

Meeting ..._._..- 8 p.m. and value or your money: db LB. U 9
..J74. X :MWDUPONTThe Wednesday: j; back. Aged for tender- .B 5 $1
e e
.,.. PKG.
1 7:45 ...._._..._.._ Prayer Meeting': ness. ; '.' MORTON Banana,. Choc., Neapolitan, Lemon Coconut

b/ ( ST MICHAEL'S* "ft CATHOLIC"fr | :..' ; ;:, :'" "">' <<"':., \...:.:.':. 'A.t_...<:i...........:% ;.,/,;....L!:..., _. NOx..1 .." '. ". ..,.-::,...' .;..>;/.J. .i.*.....".. ...,. Cream Pies" 2 FOR 891
Lllclte CHURCH I

? Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor I': LAND 0' SUNSHINE.. Pure Creamery QUARTERS JESSE JEW LL FROZEN Chicken, Beef, Turkey
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th

I Sunday ..-._.. 7:30: a.m. Meat Pies 4PJEPKG.69
\ Sunday Mass .__ -._ 1st, 3rd''
4'1t1ti1Paint
'f 5th Sun'ay, 11:30' a.m.1 '
; Monday, Young People 7 p.m. II LB PAN-REDI FROZEN BREADED ;

I Daily .._...--, 8 a.m. U er 9
'- I J I clean, easy -*-, Saturday Convent Chapel S S Shrimp e 2LB.PKG.1LIMIT
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: >>:30 Communion in Convent
If.lIJ;;J quick v/ay to paint! I 6:30: P.M. Young People's ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER OR MORE. PAR-KB4 LIMEADE, or KENDAL FROZEN 1

J J::!. Meeting. j ".,._. _._ ... .. '.- .,. .. ......... ......., Le d 8 S 1
:: I JUST LIKE ON TVl ;GJ;: t : r r ::v" .r .1" va:.:.SI :rYr.;' : ; .Y m 0 n a e 6.0%Cans
a -+- --- in I ...... ,..."""w _._ "- .__ .,,," ..i>.'.,. M.( :- ."t.... .
'. "Lucite"Wall Paint needs no bothersome stir CHURCH OF GOD I .. ,
I I Cor. 4th and Cedar Sts. ..,{ .v -.. .. A vJJ.y. ""
mam1 1!
ring or thinning-doesn't run, drip or spatter I
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: Rtv. L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor : I 1711E. I \
like old fashioned with I <. 'j- .
kV paint-spreads easily Phone 261-3807 I .t' \ .'.7. 1. r,
: roller or brush over any interior surface!/ 10:00 a.m. ._ Sunday School} '' '" (,;
11:00 a.m. __ Morning Service < I
/j" TASTES AS GOOD AS PERKED LJJ4Y} BLUE WHITE ARROW
FRESH.
: LOVELY RESULTS FASTI -, 't.!? E. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m. I or

: ( '"Lueite"Wall Paint dries in minutes and your 7:30 p.m. ._ .... Evening Service i w I

room is ready for use immediately. Clean : Prayer meeting Wednesday.7:30 p.m.- ;. '- Inst. Foigers : !if Detergent 1

.. J- hands, brushes I rollers with soap p and water. i. '* .. ;.: (

I N COLOR IDEAS '** ***$$>&#\ I t. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I: : ."I: ". ''. v\': m : '1t J
Rev. E. A. Lewis, Pastor I II : .
Leaf through "Da Pont Color Scheme Classics -' I 10:00: a.m. __ Sunday School i 10-or. JAR f 1 It GIANT BOX33.SAVE42 t :
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I ,"or taVe it home on loan. I 11:00 a.m. _.._ Worship! Service i < i f t < .1
: I Shows hundreds of attractive I 6:30 p.m. >_ C. A. Youth Services : ., ...-,, 'f ;. j C: lt SEll i;' "
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7$0 EVangelistic Service : J
p.m.
color schemes in readytouse rhursday mid week service ..t .Q.".''::1. 'ID.-- .'..,..<.;,'I
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: 1 'Incite'1 Wall Paint. 7:30 pan.TABERNACLE II I INSTANT COFFEE. Save 22* i IMPROVED Save 21tItitAt iJ.Jj
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I Ik BAPTIST I II Astor IO-oL 771l? Tide GIANT 581 4 1/ '

o j I CIIURCII. I Ii \ 11 ,

i,i Amelia Road Phone 261-3187 : Limit one with $5.00 food \ Limit one with $5.00 food ,,4 ,
Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor i
.. 1i i Sunday School 10 a.m.1I!1 1 I l'h. order or more. ,' /ft\, order or more. .iir .

i Morning Worship 11 a.m.I' '1 1 H )" .:. _
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.. 1 Evening Worship 7 p.m. 'I (l:.. .,I; ..j. : I
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Wednesday-b Service 7 p.m. t' .l'f.; ..i. : a.II


CHURCH Of GOT) OF I SAVE 21 Limit 1 with $5.00 Food Order, --- -, SAVE ,20* DEEP SOUTH Limit 1 with Food Order, wv-- ,


... 10:00 Rev.a.m.H.PROPHECY_C. Drury Sunday, Pastor School Astor Coffee -1 UB. CAN 38? Mayonnaise QT 29;

11:00 a.m. ____ Morning Service ARROW or SWANEE FACIAL (. .; .s-: SAVE lOt t DEEP SOUTH JL
I

7:30 p.m: Evangelistic W.M.B.Service ,' Tissue. 2 400.CT. BOXES 39 Salad Dressing QT.29

7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.LB. Young .. .
: : NEW DU PONT"IUCITE" People ;

of: 1- IJl J7i J-
6. ". WAll PAIN'I'22 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I L Ia 4a ,-Haw .N.a-' ; I' MM

\ Decorator Colors vVorship. J.Services T. Dunnam: 8:30 Pastor A.M. I i i 50 Free iw'urew Sims .50 Free M .'W: Green St lpS M Free d.IfJ/- Green Stamps

11:00) A.M. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of

: $7.45 8:00 P.M. I' FouR PACKAGES FIVE CAMS FROZEN OwIROIEM"' SOUTHERNSll'llylan

Sunday School;..._... 9:45 A.M. Lln. Meats Hawaiian Punch i Coconut Cake
: GAL. Training Union __ .6:45 PJI.I
GOOD TARO MAY ITII GOOD THRY MAY IITN GOOD TNRU MAY IITMAT
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Service __ Wednesday
Prayer
: ,, ALL PAINT For Matching Woodwork,' 7:30 P oM. ANY WINN DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE AT ANY WINN DIXIE
d
1e14'R rate puct war ro Kitchans,and Bathrooms: 1 2 l 4Y 1lwr. 3 fT nor.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
DLi Q Satin
CHURCH

; Sheen Enamel Rev. John Dozier, PastorVorship .....1..:(.. n.r..Wa J r,. I ; 1 I J J'Ji=:.:.:.

$3.05 QT. Sunday School Services_; ..11:00 9:45 A.A.M M. M Free Hw Green'Siiim M Free : rCreeB Stamps ,M Free 3&C Green Stamps .

\\Touth Meetings 6:00) P.M. WITH THIS COUPON; AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
-tr ONC 100-Cr. Pee. FOUR tZ-OZ CANS G f.oo on MORE WORTH or
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Dixie ea Bags /I e s ri"'Nf Health eau Aids

CHURCH GOOD THRO MAY GOOD THRU HAT ITM 6000 THRU MAT IITH
; NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. Amelia City Near Intersection UTM
AU AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE, AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

1129 South 8th Street 9 Phone 261-3648 A. F. Gerbhardt, PastorS 4 S _-- '- '- -- 4 da 4ua.S .

$() a.m. Morning Service
I 9:00 a.m. Sunday School ... '

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\ I ON THE BEACH 2 bedroomapt. PUBLIC NOTICE I Wanted Help In r Ranger Olin Mercer

year round, unfurnished. Seafood RecipesENGLISH
WANT AD RATES 224 S. Fletcher Ave. Call 2G1- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
NOTICE !m Getting Fish and Advises Against Any
.05 per word .'5 minimum 3733, Howard Hammond. tic
NOTICE is hereby given that tteTrustees :
: I FISH 'n CHIPS Fishermen Together Burning At This Time
: Card of Think Resolutions of the Internal ImprovementFund ,
APARTMENT newly decorated of the State of Florida will of. I I

.. and Similar Notice $30. 111 S. 5th, St. tfc1" for sale and receive competitive 3 pounds fish fillets (trout, Old tires, sand, gravel, bag Citing the present increase of

.03 per word $1.00 minimum for oil.bids gas.for a sulphur State Drilling salt and/or Lease snapper, mullet or other variety) cement, bricks, etc. are urgently forest fire danger throughout the

.4 Cal 261-3686 or 261-3687 SMALL HOUSE, close in, plenty j i brines. covering the interest of the 1 cup flour with 1 teaspoon salt needed by the Fernandina Beach county and surrounding areas,

-. or place ad at office of shade. Couple only. No dogs. J said Trustees fund in of the the following Internal described Improvement and *4 teaspoon black pepper Offshore Fishing Club to use in County Ranger Olin D. Mercer ,

... Apply Seaside Motel, 261-45031 j sovereignty lands in the County of 311 added. Artificial Fishing Reef Construc advises everyone against any
511 Ash Street Nassau .,. '
in the State of Florida.; twit
tic : Roll fish, which has been washed tion.Deliver burning at this time.

i- I All or any part of the lands be. and dried in flour mixture. your donations' to Herb "Wild fires in Nassau County
THREE BEDROOM house Five I longing to the State of Florida and Whites Outboard Sales S. 8th
: underlying the St. Mary River, ESTATE Rolling m flour first prevents fish on have increased due to careless

FOR SALE Points. Call 261-5421., tfc i being a strip of land approximatelyone : :;:, S and breading from separating. after St. or call 261-4489 or Eber Philips ness," said Mercer. "In the pastwe

hundred (100) feet in width frying. at 261-5313 and they will have have been lenient in making
NICE ROOM with private bath from the center line of the channel .:i:':::
::: TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on Vi or bed of the river to the mean Next, dip fillets in a light bat someone come by and pick them cases on persons setting fires care
private entrance, half block I high tide mark. being the boundary '::' up. but in the future these laws
4 acres. Bailey, Road. Phone 2G1- from Post Office. Phone 261- line of the adjoining riparian ter made by combining 3 slightly lessly

'. 5394 after 6. tic landowner said strip of land com ://t: beaten eggs, 1 cup inilk and 1 cup will be enforced."
4341. 261- 186.
or tIc mencing at a point on the 1.
flour. Add U teaspoon salt Mercer noted that the ]law

:: UPRIGHT PIANO, mall apt ]FURNISHED NEWLY decorated the Marys Southwesterly River at the boundary.intersection of Sec.of : :::: : Fry in deep 'fat until brown.1ave milk into wide bowl. Mix, salt, states that the careless setting of
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size I tion .three ( : pepper, flour, cornmeal and cay
Forty (43)
$200. Also, short length ) Township oil hot but not fires on someone else's land constituted
blue downstairs apt. 16 N. 5th St. Four ((4) North Range Twenty. U.u smoking. enne pepper. Dip fish in milk, is
:; formal misdemeanor and
gown, size 15 Phone 201-4227. tfc three ((23)) East (Martha Dell Drain on absorbent paper. Serves a
$15. Worn once. Phone 225-54Gll Urant) and the extension thereof 'E 8. then in flour' mixture. Fry in 1/8 punishable by a fine up to $200
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with the center line of the .St. .() inch hot fat until brown. Turn
after 3:30 p.m. M30c 1 UPPER LECK AM S. Complete. .or up to 3 months in jail or both.
Marys River and thence .
; running
--- -- II downstream ; CHIPS and fry other side. Be careful to Citizens urged U exert extreme -
ly furnished including TV a distance of approximately are
: FOR SALE, LEASE OR RENT- Phone 261-3118. tfc fifteen ((15) miles to a : $ 'S have fat hot but ,not smoking. I' caution during this criticalperfod.
point of the intersection of said .
Grocery store with beer license centerline of the St. Marvs River 7illf.. Cut four peeled potatoes into Drain.. fih on absorbent paper. .

: service station with living quar- FURNISHED AI'T. '/fcllocr from Whiz the Northerly' extension of cubes about 1 inch square. Let TARTAR SAUCE f
the, West boundary of Section Thirty /7 stand in cold water hour
..' ters U S. Post Office, eYectrfe'I I ehen; an or
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corner 17 and 200. "nine ((39)). Township Five (5)) '%..,// Et'JHE 1 cup mayonnaise : "The federal government now
Drain and
.N. Phone 225-5210. JCc private entrance. Ph6fl
4341 or 201-5180. tfc East Sarah Petty Grant); said HOT ONLY BOUGHT THE 500 ACRES Sprinkle with salt. Let stand 1 .tablespoon Tarragon vinegar much as it did when the income
tract of land to include but not
.
HOMOUTE: MOTOR DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT be limited to, the beds and bottomsof iBUT PAID CASH./ NOT BAD FOR A FIRST minutes. then dry again. Line 1 tablespoon pickle li h" tax law first went into effect
BIGGEST BOAT VALUE inf I : the St. Marys River and all of bottom of fry-basket with pota- Are the 90 times
salt Question people
Unfurnished.! Corner of 4th and the water bodies, streams, creeks SALE /4 teaspoon :
EH ?
BOSS
town. 10 ft. Cartercraft with toes (do_not use more than 1 lay.
bayous lagoons, lakes inlets and 1/8 teaspoon pepper as :Wfll governed: as they were
I Calhoun Street
Hdmolite motor. IAS than 1 across street tributaries of the St Marjs River, er at a time). Fry in hot ((350: Degrees Mix all ingredients and chill! then.?" --- W. II. Plourd, Fullerton
.. year old. Boat Motor Tilt I from school. (St. Joseph's Academy including all islands. formed by F.) fat used for, frying fish
-
). Phone 201-4200 261- said river; said tract for the purposes I Makes 1'.4 cups. (Neb.) Nance County Journal.
:' Trailer $1100. Call 2C1-3733: or herein described shall be for 6.7 minutes, or until soft ----------- ---- -- -- --
I .. Howard Hammond. tfc. I 3800. tic said to contain approximately one PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Raise heat of oil to 400 DegreesF. I ,

--- --- FRESHLY PAINTED hundred((1318)) acres eighty-one, more and or eight less. tenths IV TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF TlIEFOrRTII TALLAIUSSEE, FLORIDA Add all potatoes at once and i
: VERY BEST
IN FOR
TWO IN ONE CRIB with innerspring Said Trustees have determined that JUDICIAL CiRCUIT. IV. NOTICE return to fat until brown. Drain DRIVE THE. .
TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED AND FOR NASSAU COLMT, 'LOl{
.. mattress, excellent eon. i the lease hall. require royalty payments IDA. NOTICE Is hereby given that the and sprinkle fish and chips with
dition. Reasonable. apt, private entrance. 421 N', of one eighth in kind or in LV ChANCERY, CASE NO. 2660 Honda State Road Department will (NAN :
2G1-4709. 3rd. vaiuc for oil and gas produced: frc.n EDNA M. hTRLUAU.ON offer for sale and receive competitive salt and tarragon vinegar (optional
,
tIc
I it:: MICe !said lands and fifty cents per long Plaintiff, sealed] bids for a State Drilling Lease ). Serves 6-8. f:
:
, 1 ton for sulphur, salt and/or brines for oil, gas sulphur, salt and/or 0
'hvo- TWO BEDROOM apt. upstairs, I produced from said lands and an annual 4,5.JOHN WARREN STILLWAGGOV, orines, covering the interest of the For authentic English serving, AUlD. ., .. ... T'f
I, 1957 PONTIAC, door, radio furnished. All electric kitchen. rental of ten cents per acre in Defendant. said Florida State Road Departmentin place each serving of fish and : ... .-":. -.. '::, '.<,4>
advance for first year, 25c per acre the following described lands in ...x.... .. .:.<--. .. .. G. ... :$:.'" \./<:'-t{' / < .
and heater, excellent Condition. Phone 201-5209 ; NOTICE OF SUIT chips on a square of waxed paper, : '. __:
or 261-3230. tIe I for second year Soc per acre for the County of Nassau in the State of : : ; >; .. -A'
.
STATE OF FLORIDATO IIIr' ::;
Paid $795. A buy at only $450. 1 third year and $1.00 per acre per : JOHN WARREN STILLWACCON Florida, to-wit: and place in a newspaper rolled ; :

:: Phone 261.5376. tfc SMALL UNFURNISHED house 1 year lease thereafter.will be ten Primary term of the 91.14 Sutphin Boulevard All or any part of the lands belonging to form a cone or horn of plenty : ;:: :''1f. .:'>. fTUNE4JP

for rent. 1310 Franklin St. Call The bidding shall years.be on the basis Jamaica Lung Island, to the State of Honda REAL ENGLISH FISH 'n I :rr.:; 1
: New York underlying Highway numbered U.
t&ED LAWN : Df a cash consideration for the lease,
MOWERS Good I 261-5277 for further information Fix !
plenty
: You are hereby notified that a suit S. 1. being a strip of land approxi. CHIPS -
: selection. Phone 2G1-4482. tfe. I tfc 1 the amount shall include of which offer cash of rental consideration for- has been filed against you in above mately Two Hundred ((200) leet in To Give Your Car Longer -

.. I the first year at the rate stated above. entitled cause; and that you are hereby iuuln md commencing at a point PAN FRIED FISH WIThT.tI1TAR .
and Get Helter
t
to file at line, intersection Life
iwo required your answer with ot said highway -
III 300 ACRES WITH 9,000 feet BEDROOM unfurnishedhouse. :for Copyof the lease form is available the Clerk of this Court and to serve a numbered U S. 1, an'J toe SAUCE .
( inspection in the State Land Office Let Our Ex- .
Mileage
: frontage copy thereof upon the Plaintiff or teoier line of the channel or thread J .
on U. S. 17 at Yulee. 'I] of the Trustees of the Internal
Plaintiffs attorneyhose name and of the SU Mary's River, thence t 6 small fish ,
'* ]Improvement Fund, Elliot Building. Mechanics Keep It '
pert
$400
per acre. Willing to trade Tallahassee, Florida. The successful address is: running South a distance of approximately U milk
: part for ocean front home or TWO ROOM furrLshed'apartment ;bidder will be required to pay all Mercury N. Kavouklis Two ((2) miles to s. cup salt Always In Perfect Con-
1
P. 0. Box 462 point at toe intersection of said % teaspoons
lot Fdna. osts of advertisement of this Notice.
at
Beach. Richard -
24 South 4th Street Highway numbered U. S. 1 and
dition.
teaspoon '
All bids must be accompanied 1/8 pepper '
: Barker, 2724 Park St., ,Ph. EV H. F. SAHLMAN Certified or Cashier's Check for the by Fernandina Beach! Floridanot the South boundary of Section For. flour 0 '
: 8-2C91 Jax. '. PHONE 261.3221 FuLl amount of the cash consideration later than May 25th. 1963. ty-Nirte ((49)), Township Four (4) % cup An Engine Tune-Up
1fWp ,
w ,,. offered as bid. If you fail to do so, decree pro con- North, Range Twenty-Four ((24) U cup white cornmeal
... fesso will be entered against for East; said tract for the YourCar
Sealed bias may be flIed in the you purposes 1/8 teaspoon cayennepepper May Be Just What .
the relief demanded in the Complaint.The herein described shall be said to .
THREE State Land Office, Trustees of the
BEDROOM home O'Xeil
HELP WANTEDIF Internal[ Improvement Fund Elliot nature of the suit being divorce. contain approximately Forty Eight lemon slices i Needs For Fast '
f with well. Can be financed. Iuilding. Tallahassee Florida, in advance Witness my hand and the seal of said and five-tenths ((43.5) acres, moreor I Clean, wash and dry fish. Pour :
: Phone 201-4785 after 4 p.m. of the sale] date hereinafter Court at Fernandina Beach, Nassau less.. Starts In The Early '

.. Will trade for house ;stated, or may be. presented to the County._ Florida. this 24th day of April, All or any part of the lands belonging -, f
trailer.
YOU ARE 21 years of age and ; Trustees at their meeting oil said AD. Ij63.: to tne State of Florida underlying Morning.OMLY.
,I : M16p would like to learn waitress : t{late: in advance of the opening of the S- D. 0 OXLEY Highway numbered S-121, Tallahassee. Florida, in advance of. .
work 11 bids. The sealed bids will be opened Clerk of the Circuit Court4t being a strip of land approximate. the sale date hereinafter stated or -
: see Mr. Bowers at Blue J :and read at the meeting of the said 4-25, 5 2, 9. 16 ly One Hundred ((100) feet in width may be presented at the sale in advance
MODERN COUNTRY HOME and Seas. MICe Trustees June 11. 1963 at 10:00 A.M. and commencing at a point at the of the opening of the bids. Th! $6.50 6
; : acreage. Brick 3 bedrooms, I (EST) in the Board Room of the PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE intersection of Highway numberedU. sealed bids will be opened and read I" l.or8Cyl.
GREATEST PART OR full time Governor's: office in the State Capitol S. 1 and Highway numbered June 11. 1!63, at 3:00 PM (E.S.T.) : ..
hardwood floors, fireplace, bath r.uilding. Tallahassee. Horida. OF APPLICATION FOR S-121, at Boiut/ugne, Fioriaa; in the Hoard Room of the Florida $ Plus Parts
:2 and U, separate dining room, opportunity open in Fernandina Said Trustees reserve the right to re TAX DEED thence running South a distanceof State Road Department. Holland Build-1 I
fence VA Phone Beach. Earn up to $G5 and more ;ject any and all bids. Sec. 194.16, F. S. approximately Four ((4)) milesto ing, Tallahassee Florida Said State':
e. tpproved. 21 l- HY ORDER of the Trustees of the NOTICE IS HEREBY lIVEN: that a point at the intersection of Road Department re.en'es the rightto J
** 3395.: tfc weekly from the start serving J Internal[ Improvemetft Fund of the Cornell Denjarmn the holder of the said Hignway numbered !,'121 reject any and all bid ] LaSSerf Motor CO.

.. --- Watkins customers household :State of Florida. following certificates has filed said AND THE South boundary of Sec. BY ORDER of the Florida State'.
Farris Bryant Jovernor: certificates for a tax deed to be issued tion Tmrty-Three ((33), Township Road Hoard.
with Good
ALEXANDER APTS. products Housekeep Attest: Van H. Ferguson thereon. The certificate numbersand Four (4) North. Range Twenty. John R Phllms. Chairman
2 337 N. rLETCH I ing Guarantee. Full or part Director.Secretary sears of issuance. the description Three ((23) East; said tract for the Attest: F. K. Strickland i 629 South 8th Street Phone 261-3819 :

5. 4<< UNIT APTS. Completely fur11II' time man or woman needed at '4ts 5-9, 16. 23, 30 cf the property and the names in purposes herein described shall be Secretary
which it was assessed are as follows: Eaia to contain approximately 4t 59. 16. 23. 30
nl hed. Call Jax., Fla. after ((5, once. Set your own hours. No Certificate No. 226 Year of Issuance Forty.Eight and five.tenths (.....5) -- --- --- ---- --- --- -- ---- --- -
5* PO 5-4 ICO. M23c investment. Write Watkins Pro- PUBLIC NOTICE 1960 acres more or less. I -S ,

: duets, Dept. M-3 P. 0. Box NOTICE OF INTENTION B.Description D, of Lot of 2 Property City of Block 1'ernandina: 24 2 Sub I ment Said has Florida determined State that Road the Depart.lease I .'...... :'.......... .y..7.'.."... y.;.."..:...:.. ... .. .. :., I

"' SPARTAN TRAVEL 2447 Tenn. TO MKC APPLICATIONOR i each. ; ,
TRAILER. Memphis, 3I16p FIV\L mSCIURGE shall require royalty payments of oiia-! .
: 25 foot self contained. One bed. FLORIDA STATUTES Name Hroun. in which assessed Mamie eighth in kind or in value for oil and YOU'LL BE
I GUARANTEED N. Y. live-in gas produced from said lands and
... room, new frigidaire. Beautiful IV COURT OF TilE COUNTY JUrnE.NASSAU ; All of said property being in the fifty cents per long ton for sulphur, $4 .
: ly furnished. Inquire hJcll's maid jobs. $35-$55 wk. Fare ad- COUNTY STATE OF I County of Nassau State of Florida. salt: and/or brines produced from said ,
vanced. 576 1LORID1. IV PROIt\TE. Unless such certificate or certificates and annual rer.tal of ten
Mallory Agency, lands an
Swap Shop 511 S. 8th St. tfc
sfcaU be redeemed UNHAPPYTOO
H according to
In rr the Estate of cents per acre in advance for first
Merrick Rd.
Lynbrook N. Y.MICp.
WI laU e property described i.1.uch
Eitflle PI' WAREHOUSE &: OFFICE.: Phone < To All Whom It May Concern: certificate or certificates will be sold aOc per acre for third year and $1.00 q
_ to the highest bidder at the court .
Notice is hereby given that Charles per ucre per >ear thereafter Primary
? 213549. ::2 tfe CLERK FOR CLOTHING store. II. Reynolds filed his final report as house: door on the first Monday in ertn of the lease will be ten'e..s.. !
Month of Jurte,
'* --------r Executor of the estate of Ef.tellec 1SC3 which is the 3rd The bidding shall be on the basis of
.' hOUSE: TRAILER with '2 rooms List experience, age, references. : Reynolds deceased; that he day of June 1963. a cash consideration for the lease. I ) ;'k
Write Box A, c/o News Leader. filed his petition for final discharge. Dated this 2nd day of May, 1963. the amount of which cash consideration S
;, attached. Terms :arranged. Ph. and that he will apply to the Honor (SEAL) D. 0 Oxley shall include offer of rental for
.. 261-5231. tfc tfcMISCELLANEOUS able] J. E. Weatherford. County Judgeof Clerk of Circuit Court Nassau the first year at the rate stated above. IF YOU MISS

<\ --------_ _ Nassau County. Florida on the County Florida.PUBLIC .. Copy of the lease form is availablefor
4ts
Istn aay uf Alav 1963. for approval] cf t l __ 5-2,9,16.23 inspection in the office of the
2-.BUY A HOMESITE on the Nas- same and for final discharge as Executor Florida State Road Department Rom

sau River Beautiful high I of the estate of Estelle Crund NOTICE 125 r.revard: Itollding.: Tallahassee OUR GIGANTIC
Reynolds, deceased, on the Uth day of )',!)rida. The successful bidder will be .
: and dry lots at Na: auviIie. May. 1K63. NOTICE TO CREDITORS required to pay all costs of advertisement I

: Others with waterfront 'privileees. MOVING PROBLEMS? Have big, Charles H. Reynolds] FLORID STATUTES I of this Notice. All bids must be
IN TilE OF TILE
,*! Small down payment. clean! truck for local moving. Estelle Executor d'rund:of the Reynolds estate ,of deceased. JLUOE,COURT NASSAU COUNTY,COUNTY JLOR- Check accompanied for the by full Certified amount or'of Cashiers'the cash

Term to 'suit Phone Also lawn Albin C. Jr. IDA, IV PBOilATE.
Francis complete maintenance. -, Thompson consideration offered as bid. RANGE
I Attorney for Executor, In re: Estate cf Sealed bids may be filed in the office
Ellis, POpular 5.2rGl" Jaclsojj, Phone 201-5135. MICp' : MORRIS C. MOORE Deceased.: .
!
308 Atlantic Avenue of the Florida St'ite Road Department
____ ____ i
ToIl Creditors and Persons
H viII f'eramdina Florida.4t Harms
17c. lieacn Room 125. Brevard Building,
-t LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY with | 5.9, 16, 23, 30 Claims or Demands: Against Said Estate --- -- -- -- -

*LARGE SHADED LOTS at Amelia Dex-A-Diet tablets. A full You: and each of you are hereby .

=: 100 X 145. $10 down $10 weeks supply only D8c at Lock- I PUBLIC NOTICENotice notified and required to present any

month. Call Howard lIamI. wood's Drugs. MiCe of Special Election claims either of and demands, have which you. or BEST BUYS!
I. per .. NOTICE IS HEREBY lIVEN that you may against the SALE

.,' mond, 201-3733. t?: VAN1TY"BEAUTY SHOP 'the City of Fernandina Beach will holda estate late of of said Morris County C., Moore.to the deceased.County
... Special Election in the City Commission
---- -
Thrifty permanent wave, 595. Meeting Room at the City Judge of Nassau County Honda, at :
1.$300 DOWN; $02.23 A MONTH his office in the court house of said
\ Distinctive service, budget Hall. South Second and Ash Streets,
: bedroom home City of Fercandina Reach. Florida County at Fernandma Beach Florida \ ..
two on
t buys
: lArge prices. Telephone 2GI-4CSC for within six calendar months from the
Tuesday, the 21st. day of Mjy A.D., !
time of the o YOU CAN OWN A NEW RANGE FOR
first of
.. rooms, $7,000.t.r appointment. tfc 1963.: Utween the hours of 7:00: O'Clock publication this I '
.4 notice. Each claim or demand shall
:
tr -- -- AM and 7:00 Clock P M", for the
be in writing and shall state the !
M THREE BEDUOOM: 1!% baths HOME MADE POUND cakes, : !purpose Municipal of Gas ratifying System or rejecting a place of residence and post office address 1962 CHEVY CORVAIIl AS LITTLE AS "

1 beautiful lot near high school.j' layer :and birthday cakes, pies. The names of the Clerk and Inspectors of the claimant, and shall besworn Auto. Trans. I, s, ., .

;: $10,000 with $350:> down, $1 H3.50 I All kinds. Call Patricia. Lodge.} I appointed by the City Commission or attorney to by, and the claimant any: such his claim agent orj, $1695 : ,
of said City to hold such election I R. and II. \ F
month. 2ftl-5332.: tIc are as follows: Clerk: Mrs. Uen demand not so filed shall be void. I 3.00 Per Month ;: : :
Mabel C. Moore.
,
fr 'r I McKendree. Inspectors* Mrs. Doiley I .
iF YOU HAVE As administratrix of the Estate of. '38 FORD CONVERTIBLE I ,
: a drinking problem C Dullois Mrs. Jennie W. Sanders
STILL NEW Morris C Moore YOUR OLD RANGE
MASONRY three I Mrs. S. H. Suearurgen. Mrs Etta deceased. WILL COVER DOWN PAYMENT
write Alcoholic
bedroom home, $GOO down, only I mous., Box 338. city. EL-G-7700* Anrmy" Mae Birx-h Lambnght. and Mrs. Frances Thos Attorney J. For Shave Administratrix Jr. I A Good Buy $695 I '

: $55 month including tax and in 4ts
5.2,9.16,23 Ij
DATED AT FERNANDINA BEACH.
.* surance. FLOOR SANDING and refinish- FLORIDA. this IGtn. day of May A.D., 1961. FALCON j NAME BRAND RANGES Roper
I 19))}. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE ,
"'r'r I
: Irg. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. J, CLAYTON SANDERS Ii

: AT YULEE, masonry three bedroom T'Jn" 261.4609./) tIe I.Acting City Au[>iMr and Clerk: TO CREDITORSIN 4 Door $1295] i Hardwick :

.*" home, reasonable down I --- City It of lernandma Reach Florida 5-18 IX TilE AND COUNTY I'OR NASSAU JUDGE'S COUNTY COURT, Sedan ALL THE LATEST FEATURES .

: payment and monthly payments. LORIUA. IV PROIIATE. .t-

.. WANTED PUBLIC NOTICE In Case re: Number Estate of 2021.Joseph Mauley ;."l J YS JEEP WAGON I A V/IDE SELECTION ON DISPLAY Caloric :

,: John 1'. Ferreira: & Son Askini, deceased. .
NOTICE OF SALE
To: AU Creditors and All Persons .. i 4-: Wheel $495 I .
504 Atlantic Art. Phone
21.57II MUSICIANS WANTED to form Notice is hereby given that pursuant
___- straight-lend to a Final Decree of Foreclosure liaiing Claims or Demands Against Drive w Enterprise
band. Need
new 1 Said Estate: I ,
entered in numbered I
: : FObTEHBOAHD all sues and guitarist, 1 steel, 1 bass or vio- j i i in the Circuit Court cause of Nassau Csun'ty. 2633.. You. and each of you. are hereby

colors for hr.ol projects' window linist 1 drummer. Must have \ Florida. I will sell the property notified and required to present any :' '
rbinis and demands which
>ou. or INQUIRE ABOUT OUR
SItuated in Nassau' County. Honda :'..f STOP BY PACKAGE PRICE ON ANEW
.
: either of have
cards. etc. NEWS LEADER, own instruments. BeeBoppmjineed f described: as: you. may against the ,
.. 511 Ash St.FOR. Lot 11 of J. P. Page's Callahan estate of Joseph Manley Asluns Deceased ,
not apply. Write Band, P. late of Nassau County Florida TIllS'EEKE D AND '
Subdivision. Nat Book 3. Page Z)>>. WATER HEATER AND RANGE
.. -.- ---- -- -- 0. Box 585, Fernandina Beach. current public records of Nassau to the Honorable 3 E. Weather. j
County Florida.at ford. County Judge of Nassau County I ::LOOK AT OUR NEW
: RENT MICp and file the same m. his office in the "
public sale t) the highest and -
'-- -- -- ,' %
County Court House in Nassau Coun-
.. WANTED TO used best bidder for cash, at the front doorof USED CARS ON
BUY pay ty. Florida, within six calendar .
I the Nassau
County Courthouse.
: ', in good Phone 261- months from the date of the first pubj j IPJSPLAY.Lasserre
LOVELY VACATION : pen shape. :;Fernandina Beach Florida between liCotion hereof Each claim ; Good
demandshall
oceanfront or
4400. tfci 11:00 A.M., and 2:00 P.M.. on Friday Housekeeping
.: downstairs apartment May 24th.. 1961 be in writing and shall, state
the place of residence and post office
tE I with fenced in /5D.. 0. OXLEY (
yard. Sleeps 10 CLERK CIRCUIT COURT address of the claimant, and shall be
g to 12 people. Phone I ,(SEAL) sworn to by the claimant his agent

t.. 26W174.tfc jlI COLDMAN: PRES'R &: LEWIS or demand attorney not, so and filed any shall such be claim void. or Motor Gas & Appliance Co.

-- -- ly Attorneys-s/ Sidney Plaintiff E. Lewis Dated May 1, 11s53. I *. sr
*! furnish I /$/ NANCY ASKINS HERRING
: TWO BEDROOM d.ho seIt :307 First Hardc &: Trust Building

[ for rent at Five Points. Call J tcksonviUe 2; Florida Nancy trix of Askms the Estate Herring of Joseph as Execu-Man- ti'Company: f .

I It-, 2C1-4CC3J tic r rJ It 5-15 /HERBERT ley Askins. Wm.deceased.FISHLER YULEE, FLA. YULEE, FLORIDA


I Fon-- BEACH RENTALS, call J Trade At Home Attorney as Executrix for Nancy of the.Asians Estate of Herring Joseph, .S/ 8th St.; Ph. 261-3819 L-P GAS DELIVERY AND SERVICE

t' 26146tY.. I. McCranle.! tf Mudey Askins. deceased. I .
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: Page Fourteen News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 16, 1963 I Free BrocKures :

I I t'j '. Custom Made M Of Picnic GamesAt @mstrongV(

;0 Slip Covers Drapes !! Comedy Dramas Recreation Dept. ', .. ,"" __,........... __ '''- ;I

FINEST MATERIALS The Department of Public Rec- :
GUARANTEED t Set By WomenOf reation of Fernandina Beach now
umt r WORKMANSHIPFREE .1 has available to the public a complete i*

ESTIMATES *.: Palmetto ClubThree no .charge.brochure of picnic games at I j I! SALES AND INSTALLATION ,

: : Jerry's Draperies one-act comedy dramas I These brochures may be picked i j PORTER & LOVEQUIST :
., -, will be presented at 8:00: p.m. up weekdays at the Recreation ''
a & Slip I Covers tt; W+' tonight, May 16, at the Hilliard partment Office on Atlantic A De-I' Color Center
School auditorium by the Palmetto -
r'Iiuie 261.c11 1120 South 8th St. Club women. nue.For 8th St. At Five Points Phone M1-S06S:! : I
further information call26152C1. "
Downs Paints Wall Paper
s Carpet Vabpir -
These, plays are based on situa- .
-- -. ti tions that are both timely and!
f I laughable, a true fun feast for-ev I -
i::.t. ;3 1.1: eryone. The play, "In Broad Day,
.., : REEZEunder i light" by Lynn Blanning, presents Trade At Home Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results
_
y JC"" _;i a charity sewing circle that is| ._ ___ __ n ___ _._ __ __ _
--- --- -- ---- --- ----
better at gossip than sewing. One
(
of the members, a recent widow I
provides the most juicy item of i f
I gossip when she is seen ,about', :
town with a handsome young man. : your home ir:
The surprise ending will tickle '

.w b .4 you"Have pink.You Had Your Opera-I will do : :

tion" by Howley Barry is a takeoff I youPROUD.
on that strange malady called I '
3 1 "Hypochondria". You'll double-up i
laughing at the speedy recovery' '
r of this pseudo-sick society woman I
5 when her well wishing friends I .
a 9' i I predict only the worst outcome'

ColorweldMarkU HONORED FOR 18 YEARS SERVICE as Scoutmaster '. of her forthcoming operation and,

M, of Troop 89, Boy Scouts of America, was Ralph 'Yood.1 I. wish."Diet her Begins good-bye Tomorrow"forever. by ; .,

The recognition, in the form of a handsome I Mary Stearns is a lively interpretation .
..:, ; ,,: ; of the problems of the II
was made at a recent Court of Honor. I
I II I LIIN ,
Cool breezes are all you'll feel as you relax outdoors diet conscious woman, spiced up
colored cook, -
with the antics of the
protected by Lifetime Colorweld Aluminum.
7.r: Lulu.
COLORPORTS ARE... : __ I Other major features of the .,
Guaranteed leakproof evening will be intermission entertainment -

Available in delightful colors to suit your taste g.a I by members of the !
Childrens Theater group.
Inexpensive, goes up fast
I Members of the cast are as follows -
S Strong enough to last and last. > .

For a beautiful "extra" to make your home more livable Y I : "In Broad Daylight" when MODERNIZE
call us about a Colorweld Mark II Colorport Mrs. Stone, Lillian Mikkelsen; you
C ?' tr Mrs. Whippet, Diane Gilbert; Mrs.
EASY TERMS AVAILABLE a j Limber, Ann Bulford; Mrs. Miles, ,
Willie Bulford; Mrs. Jones, Eve-
/ lyn White; Mrs. Johns, Jean Best Wishes To The Jaycees '
i-1.i :
IL Casey.
!
ENJOY f- .1 "Have You Had Your Operation"Mrs.
a I Gordon, Frances Palmer; : '! On Their :
ter.. 4.4 OUTDOOR I Mrs. Harris, Mable Mathias; Miss I I '
ti Allen, Esther Wade; Flo Martin,
LIVING Eugenia Wallace; Mrs. Murphy, Cleanup, Paintup, Fixup Campaign .
| Catherine Heflin; A Patient,
'.. .. I Carey Smith; Dina, Catherine You Can Do Your Part Too.
Make YourBackyard I RECEIVING HIS STAR SCOUT badge and certificate I Johnson. ,
A at a recent Court of Honor was Larry Lannon. Makingthe "Diet Begins Tomorrow"Mrs.
p Fun Spot presentation Scouter Jerry Stouffer, left as Gray, Lorayne Johns; Check On A Home Improvement Loan

;;; OUTDOORGRILL proud papa, Tom Lannon, beamed at right. Ann Smith, Mamie Johns; Lulu, '
Eugenia Wallace. : At The
FOR The children participating in

JJARBECUE PITS I Florence Nightingale Set Precedent the are, curtain Brenda time Hunter entertainment, Ricky Sel- 'i

domridge, Jerry Gray, Lorraine

ONLYMAKE : For Future Nurses Club At F.B.H.S. Clarke Nicks,,Ronnie Melanie Haugh Buchanan, Don, Tim :! FLORIDA National Bank .,

I I aels' Russell Johnson, Billy 1\iCh-l at Fernandina BeachMEMUI
I When the famous nurse crusader -!I the nursing staff in providing:i I .son. Piano solos will be by I II
$32 I Florence Nightingale, developed - the first hospital schoolof patient's recovery. I AU.proceeds from the plays
Ii '
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f nursing in London over a century -I' Clarke cited the Nurses Aide ; will be used for college scholar-
i ago, she was establishing Training Programs conducted at I I ships. No tickets will be sold, donations rtoiui cifosiI iNivuNCC coiroufiOM
i the hospital in its present day I II the hospital in the past a werelyanother of 50c for adults and 25c
role as an educational institution.I example of how essential I'for children are being requested.
THIS A DELIGHTFUL SUMMERSEE i I Today, the education of medical educational programs are to maintaining .1 1 -
personnel is one of the primary I good patient care because j i
THESE TODAY I functions of a hospital.: they help' assure a continuing supply
I During the observance of National of professionally trained peo-
ATPOINTS I ple required for complete medical j
i Hospital Week, May 12-18,
: I
and hospital services. In addition,,
Ben Clarke, administrator of
Clarke said, "our educational pro-
Humphreys Memorial Hospital,
FIVE GROCERY called attention to the 36 young grams provide the necessary training 'J
for
for
rewarding careers
girls who are members of the Fu-
ture Nurses Club of the local high hundreds." of young men and women \ .
& HARDWARE school, doing volunteer work at
The American Asso
I Hospital
the hospital. This, and other endeavors -
ciation, of National Hospital
similar in nature, are sponsor
FIVE POINTS PHONE 261-5203 I called "paramedical careers", as Week, is focusing attentionthis i EVERYBODY BENEfiTSl! :
-I these persons work closely with year on the hospital as a I
youth career center. In hospitals I
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throughout the entire country !
there are opportunities for inter-I'

DMsmMe sales are ROCKEnNG! esting and rewarding

{: .: \ I ; the areas paramedical there is a field.shortage In of many pro I, II I I I

: c ,, ;J fessionally trained hospital personnel
/
\ to perform the many ser
::' vices needed to speed the patientto oBFAC
II
C;
a successful recovery.
llfl/qll1ilI I t': ] Some paramedical personnel per !

form their work like nurses, social
workers, and physical therapists
t directly with the patient. Others :
,
isihe work in pharamacies, labora "
tories, medical libraries, and med
ical record departments. j :
Paramedical careers require ad
ditional training following graduation I :
w
from high school, with edu-


Going T ing t'V !rational ities. Training l requirements among may include the varyingconsiderably special from I

one to four years of college plus

I graduation from a hospital para I.
medical specialty school.. ,
1. "The future employment outlook H !,
u. wt.AA if, for professionally trained

Nearly 1,700 people a day are discovering what a thrill it is !I personnel at Humphreys Memorial is I
and throughout the nation ex
to step out in an Oldsmobile. Reasons? Plenty! cellent," Clarke continued. "Not' .I

Sleek looks. Sensational V-8 performance! Plus the kind of\\ 0 X only do shortages exist in many
areas but it is certain that con t
economy that made the Olds Dynamic 88 Class "G" .. : tinued progress in hospital ser ,

winner in the Mobil Economy Run. ...!. ,,.& .... i vices will create an even more
need in the future"Larry -
-=--, I 1.! : acute I
.' From all indications, this promises ;
fl J: :J" "4 < .
to be the Fernandina Beach -
.-.....w : Kelly With
-:: ,., area's tourist season. .,
greatest
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-.1q Trane In
< Company "
I And no wonder. you can't beat ..
LaCrosse WisconsinLarry
f.TAnan.WAGN our tourist attractions. Everybody .

Kelly, son of Mrs. Helen '
Kelly of Newnan Georgia and benefits from the tourist season ........'....... r
the late Dan Kelly, Jr., is now so welcome them with a smile.LORYDA .,
associated with The Trane Company -
.
i air conditioning and heating .1f .jJ.

firm in LaCrosse, Wisconsin < : .
Kelly is a graduate of Newnar

High School and was a member oj; l I
:: J"'o,> the Ramblin' Reck Club, Bulldog '
; .. Club, Circle .K Club, the trianglE < '! : : .' h'.} I Ir'

Club, Kappa Alpha fraternity am NUIC mums co. ..:)\S J : {
the Council Hono:) :;
COHVCTTlBLtTHERFJ"SOMETHING
DTIUMtC \ Interfraternity
., .. :
Board at Georgia Tech. He re' ,.; {\ \
ceived his degree in Indostria ;
-- PTRA')ABOUT OWNING IX OIDSMOBILE! SEE YOUR FRIENDLY OUKHOIIIE DEALER!-- Engineering from Georgia Tech ii I ,,' _, :
March and is a member of th
232 South Phone American Institute of Industria

8th Street Reynolds Motor t C. O. 261-3122 Engineers.Kelly is the grandson of Mrs I

D, A. Kelly fir. of this city


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