Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1963
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
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System ID: UF00079912:00021
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century' Pr Best Medium i

Of Service For Local News I I I[

In Nassau County emsen cr And Advertising I

Since last- Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succession The Florida News The.East Florin, The Peninsula. The jernanorna Courier, Tte Island City Feraai!i' to Observer Fernandina Express The Fernandina News. The Florida Mirror. The Nassau County Star, The News. The Fernandina Record.
I Fernandina News-Record, Nassau County Leader, The Outlook, The Florida-( eorfia News The lernandina News, The Buccaneer. .

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/is4'andi .., i / t'Golden Crown.. Fiesta Set For June 6-1--9

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I Golf -
$5,000 Event

Beauty Pageants Natural Gas
that the natural gas discussion Rejected

1 : voters is rejecting over with the the proposed majorityof Annual HighlightsThis

system for this city, let's get into
..... a couple of projects that the city year's Golden Crown

sorely needs. Namely, and I hesitate Fiesta will get underway Thursday .

to list one before the otherin June 6, with a pro-amateur
importance, the question of \ tourney as the opening event of In City ReferendumA

sewer extension and improvementsat ".0 the annual $5,000 InvitationalGolf
the beach. .... Tournament. ,

I f i 1 Following the pro-am will be a

Boating enthusiasts had their \! \ 54-hole tourney on Friday, Sat, total of 764 local registeredvoters !I The rejection vote was almost contested for quite some time and
eyes full of plush yachts last evening ",. l\, urday and Sunday. $1,000 will go pushed the Against lever' 3 to 1 with only 261 voting in an intensive effort to influence
at the new City Marina. Three MI,1,,, to the low pro with cash awardsfor i in Tuesday's election to reject a i favor of the proposed project, ,I voters was made by both sides in
of the big floating mansions were f to t, the next 19 place also. $1,000 ]proposal that the City of Fer I which has been under discussion the pre-referendum period.
tied up on the outside and smaller w. J in merchandise prizes will also go i nandina Beach go into the natural i here for several years. First opposition to the
craft filled) every slip on the west to winning amateurs in each : distribution business. I The issue has proposed
side of the inner harbor. More l.J ,. .r I _gas_____ __ ____ ___ been strongly system began in late 1961 when
}1T ii9 Yt' flight I Commissioner E. J. Johnson, Jr.
and more yachts are finding it desirable 1 j ; Such stars as Pete Cooper, who I I

to make Fernandina Beacha : SENATOR SCOTT KELLY is shown with the new slate of officers of the Fernandina 1 won last year's event with a re- Lutherans To Meet I i ;Sidewalk Art Show (i queried Hendon and representatives Associates, of engint Harry er.I .
their cruise and ,the I
stop on Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce during installation ceremonies Saturday night. I cord 18 under par performance, Will Be Feature of J ing firm retained by the City to

I when day may, the facility not be may too not far be away able Left to right, James Bowers, treasurer; Bob Gingles, director; Curt Lasserre, outgoing I Don Henry Bisplinghoff Castillo; Denny, J. Champagne C. Goosie, And, Plan Formation
to handle the traffic. I'd like to president; Jake Mottayaw, director; Kelly; Leon Jones, secretary; John Tester, and others expected several features of the prospectus.
see some way instituted to make president; John Thompson vice president and Jim Beatty, director.. I{j again many for they tourney. Of Local Church
the boaters more aware of the Skip Alexander, famous for his as one of the features of ,
proximity of all types of business, comeback to the top pro ranksa I f this >ear's Golden Crown Fies announced that he was opposedto
however. number of years ago after a Rev. Don Himmelman announced ta. In charge of the show is the system as! proposed. His
near fatal accident heads a list ( today that a meeting has been Mrs. Claire Belcher. I stand was backed up strongly by
I slated for Wednesday, June 5 at. The show will be held under the Junior Chamber of Commerce,
Considerable publicity for Fcr- of 51 who have qualified to date.It other local interested citizens.
nandina Beach has been attendantto ::: is expected that the field will j 8 p.m. to make plans for the the trees between the Recreation and Other members of the Commission .
the current excavation of Old have to be limited long before :formation of a Lutheran Church ''I'' Center parking lot and At- I
led Ben Sorensen who'was
I by ,
here. lantic Avenue from 10 tit
Fort San Carlos by archaeological registration deadline. [ a.m.
1 at the time the
I All interested in the formationof 5. p.m. Saturday, June 8. mayor opposition
I students of Florida State Univer Glyn Waas and Bob Young are
held their belief
sity. You'll be surprised at what tourney chairmen. the church are urged to attend I j The show is limited to adults '' arose, to

has,, been uncovered during the 't Tom Tilman, director of the the meeting, which will be held in I Ii and each will be allowed 2 pic that interest the of project the City.was in the bed

"dig". Drop out and have a look of the Fiesta I I the conference room at the City : tures. It is hoped that some
beach opening phase i,i 1. 0 I In the meantime the Housing
1t talented artist will do actual i
at what may well one day be one announced today that plans Recreation Center. i
,, 1 i and Home Finance Agency, which
the fcr the
painting during day
of our biggest attractions, if a have been completed for all events, Named as a planning commit- i!: :had aereed to finance the Sir
current push for a' Restorationand I 1. f' which will begin on June 6 with i 'tee are L. G Armstrong, Burns! spectators 885,000 project, suggested that
Commission is t Im1 John T. Barnes Anyone interested is urged to
Preservation Bailey Edgar
the popular Amateur Extravaganza : before '
the matter be resolved locally -
work \\ "" Fooshee Haworth Thomas contact Mrs. Belcher, Phone
successful. Better still, y and the Mrs. Golden Crown Fred further negotiations.
sb'me'of these students in with \, Fiesta Pageant. Mike Fiala and {, 1 R. Overstreet, J. W. Weber. As 261.3161. ,! Their loan was based on an ap

some, of your social .or civic plans. i"f' W. H. Melton are in charge of the 1 plans progress others will be add. proval by the Federal Power Commission -
They'll be guests of Sheriff II. J. "1.* (Continued on Page Six) I Judge
Youngblood at the big; fish fry of s .j .. .. i j: ,| The Lutherans are negotiatingfor i from a main line West of Jack
his Water Safety Patrol tomor- -. .. ..1 1YW !": I a site for the church and the I sonville.

row civic night,clubs and they interested are availablefor in this WINNERS OF AWARDS at the Junior Chamber of Commerce annual Installation and Baccalaureate For i j location, said will Himmelman.be'announced' shortly I Fine For Selling i i The matter remained at a stale-
until this when
historical undertaking. !| Distinguished Service Awards banquet were Harry Poole, Ray Caldwell and Don It was also announced that ser- mate Commission had year
Roberts. Left ,to right, Chuck Flenniken. president of the Chamber of Commerce and FBHS Graduates Set vices will be held regularly in the Beer To Minors I the City vote to proceed with a majority the

;Many who have attended the former Jaycee president, presents Ray Caldwell, News-Leader editor, with a plaque for conference room at the Recreation i I project. Johnson again was the
launching by Ringhaver of his Outstanding Contributions; John Tester gives Harry Poole, chairman of the County 'Sunday I I Afternoon Center until the church is com County Judge J. E. (Gene) dissenting vote. ,
1,000th shrimp boat said it looked I Commission, the Good Government Award, and Don Roberts, former Jaycee president, i pleted. The first service is set for Weatherford continued .this. wwX i i ito I "State JSgnator Harry Stratton

. like Fernandina Beach Day at the receives a_ "'plague for Distinguished Service from_ County Judge J. .E. (Gene. ) Weath- Baccalaureate! for the ninety- June 16. ( serve notice "that the sale/ f'iand| State RePeCJ de Wiifcatefste {
docks of the lt. "-boat"-K. ndinjr I erford.. .4. \. I' five candidates in the 1963 graduating J beer to minors in: his county 'must. ; :, pjd nnfo tile' pie4 are .when
I' in St. Augustine. Stay -- stop. I I announced would
comPany '* :1 class at ;Fernandina Beach Keen To Head they they pro-
; ingover to attend the 11th annual High School will be. held Sunday Walter Brim Turner; operatof of r. (Continued on Page Three)

convention of the Southeast. Sen. Scott KellyIs May 26, at 2:30 p.m. in the high Turner's Grocery on State Road :
ern Fisheries Assn. were Mr. and school auditorium. 1, New Alliance 108 between Callahan and Hil-i i

Mrs. Bob Young, Mr and Mrs. Rev. James D. Ellisor, rector f .' Hard, was sentenced to pay a $500'' Square Dance Club
Louis Ferreira, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. r Guest Speaker St. Peters Episcopal Church, will'' Of Ministers' fine' or serve 6 months in jail 'after -

Hardee, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Sloan ( r\ deliver the invocation and bene County a jury found him guilty of Sets "Warmup"For
Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. At Installation"The diction. Rev.. John Dozier, pastor: selling beer to two, 16-year-old ,!
Selph and Y. E. Hall. \ of First Presbyterian Church,4 Ministers from Yulee and Callahan 1 boys '!

*tI c will bring the sermon. 1 ; met last Wednesday at the Another case of the same nature -! SaturdayThe
,I Tom Tilman has stepped into a I| greatest single economicalneed Mrs. Evelyn S. Arnold will be.Memorial: Methodist Church with I t against Mrs. Marie Stratton, I
big pair of shoA-s<< when he in Florida today is new industry : 'local ministers and formed the
pretty Five be
4 'jthe!' accompanist for the Processional I of the Points area, will Island Squares, local
succeeds: Albert Hirth as tomiiiander said Senator Scott Kelly, Pomp and Circumstance, Nassau County Ministerial Alii(1 j( heard on May 31 at 9 a.m. She I dance have set
of Lakeland he square group
Hernandez addressed
of Theodore II. as the and Recessional, War March of j jis i represented by Giles Lewis,
I Saturday night for a Fiesta
J annual I ance.An
As Installation and
Post 54. Distinguished J
American q The Priests. j election was held during ,Jacksonville attorney. .
Comilander, Mirth has made the i, Service Awards Banquet I I''the' and ,
Miss Lucy Dyal and Ken Nolan 1 organizational meeting Kavouklis
Mercury county pro The annual event is usually
local l post one of the most active t .r the Fernandina Beach Junior 'the Reverend J. W. Keen of the'
duet Panis I
will render a Angelicus secutor will the
state. Chamber of Commerce. I present case. held during the Fiesta but a conflict
and respected in the entire ((0 Lord Most Holy.) I Five Points Baptist Church was in
promoted stagingthe
and its Kelly went on to point out the
Devoted to the Legion constant j named as president. Serving with
attention to Americanism'' tremendous "population explos I Keen will be Rev. Bentley Williamson Kiwanians Hear dance early this year.
and untiring in his steering of the I OUTGOING PRESIDENT CURT LASSERRE made ion" projected for Florida and I Tilman Is Named !' of the Callahan Methodist Spectators will be admittedfree

t many ,activities of the Post, Hirth awards to outstanding Jaycees during the past year. cited that we must attract outside i Church as vice president, and and are urged to attend U>e
,1 1 is not only one of the top names I Left to right, Lasserre, Royce Lawhorne, Jaycee of the 4th capitalThe I Ii the Rev. John Dozier of the Fer- Hugh Sloss On event which will start at 8l l p.m.
Commanderi at the Municipal Auditorium.
in the Legion sUtewise but also Quarter; Bill Leuschner, Jaycee of the 3rd Quarter; Leon speaker said that Florida As 1 nandina Beach First Presbyterian
President Al Oelsner sa&Jfc-
has received national recognition Jones, recipent of the Spoke Award for the most interest is expected to increase by 92'", I Church as secretary and treasurer. of
History Atoms day that Myron Samson, popular
population wise by 1975
on many occasions.* ''r I and work during the year; and Jim Beatty, Jaycee of the to the national average as compared of : Of Legion PostAt .' Keen appointed Rev. Ran Hum- I caller from Jacksonville, wilt 'be
I 1st Quarter. Beatty was also named by Lasserre for his < I r on hand and that a large number
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of the r. BY TOMMY HALL
.A. number news photos' phreys, Rev. John Louis Jones,
connected with pre-launch activity I In' )Key Man award Wayne Crisp, Jaycee of the 2nd In urging new industry, Kelly the annual election meeting I Rev. John 0',1'ei1 and Rev. Ray i Hugh Sloss, former manager of I of square dancers are expectedto

v- Astronaut Cordon-;- -- Cooocr were I Quarter, was unable to attend the banauet. pointed out that our economy today of the Theodore H. Hernandez' Flinklea as a committee to draw :, (Cumberland Island who is now I attend.
intcrcbt'loca11y.. is dominated by agriculture Post 54 of the American Legion, Around 30 will attend from
of considerable: ,up by-laws for the Alliance. employed in office of County:
Prominently shown in the pictureswere i and tourism.In Tom Tilman was named to succeed : In attendance at the meetingwere Tax Assessor Eddie McKendree l Gainesville to annex their Knol-
I Ralph Schuiling, 27yearoldson School Problems Aired At Meeting I closing, Kelly said "the next Albert Hirth as Commander. the Reverends James Dun- told: Kiwanians on Monday nightof I .head Badge, one of the many -degrees

of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schuil- I two weeks in Tallahassee are the The Monday night meeting, ,nom of the First Baptist Church, the history of the developmentof attainable by square jjanc-
ing of this city. Ralph, a graduate Tf)f Teachers most important of the entire legislative held at the Legion home, was at-1 i i Fernandina Beach; Willard A. the atom. He was presentedto I ers. This badge is for traveling
of Fernandina Beach High School Parents and OfficialsFish I session. Let your Senatoror tended by a large number of the i 1. Brown, First Baptist Church, Callahan j: the club by McKendree, program 100 miles or more to such a func

and Auburn University, is a Mechanical Representative hear from you local Legionnaires. ; ; Bentley Williamson, Callahan chairman for the meeting.The tion.Another
Systems Engineer on the Three important topics, Reevaluation I regarding issues that are of con Named to serve with Tilman j Methodist Church; Ran Hum- speaker traced the early badge, known as the
Mercury Project. He studied aeronautical I j Consolidation, and Accreditation I 'cern." are the following: phreys, North 14th Street Bap1 1 history of the elements back to Surf Twirlers, is also a feature of
engineering; at Auburn Fry Slated were discussed at a' The evening began with a wel Melvin F. Dougherty, 1st Vice !list Church, Fernandina Beach; t the: time of Aristotle, whom he ,the local dance. After the wuiUtr
r pd has: been at Cape Canaveral 'Hv Water PatrolAt I county-wide meeting on educational come by President Curt Lasserreand Commander; Carson McKendree, Francis Picker, Yulee Baptist I js i said was responsible for the de- :session members who do not 3C"have
since the first of the space tests I needs sponsored by the the invocation by Jake Mottayaw. 2nd Vice Commander; Jack Stal- (Continued on Page Six) (Continued on Page Three) this badge may acquire by
Tcnacrcs FridayThe |i naker, Finance Officer; Howard ___ dh aneing in the turf.The ."
when, a monkey was used insteadof Nassau County Classroom Teachers :, tioth
a human. Another local young :' Department, held last Thursday (Continued on Page Two) Wrench, Chaplain; Kasley l ThoI I! ; ; : -- p Golden Sands
man involved in the dramatic Nassau County Sheriff'sWater night at Yulee. mas, Historian; Lloyd Uffleman, :1: 0i2 7---; : Pavilion has been reserved for
Patrol is
sponsoring a family I this feature.
flight by Cooper is Jerry Lang! fish fry May 24, tomorrow Those present who were invitedto Marine Sgt-at-Arms; John T. Ferreira, J .T=: _

who was with the naval group evening; at Tenacres. Serving:: sit as a panel on the discus Major Service Officer. i ff
I that picked up the Astronaut I i sions John T. Weisner Named as executive committeemen Visitors Near
I will begin at 5 p.m. and continue were, Superintendent k
'* until all guests are served. 'i of Public Instruction, Shows John Glenn were Leo May and Thomas ;:100,000 Mark At
I A picture of a baseball team members of the School Board, PTA Kaney. f
here in 1910 is sure to awake a I Members and wives will pre- presidents or representativesfrom The election was conducted by : Fort Clinch Park
I pare, cook and serve the meal,
Commander Hirth.
memories for old timers.
lot of each school, and county com Rotary
with Sheriff H. J. Youngblood'sfamous !
Gil superintendent of
borrowed from
The picture was missioners. Dr. W. D. Rodeffer'i 4.
Stephen Anderson, Sr., and he hushpuppies completingthe i served as moderator. David D. Legion Auxiliary Fort Clinch State Park, reportedthat
informa I well-rounded menu. Major Powell, Officerin M A 3,961 people had vitittd the
had a lot of interesting : Various of the
confronting Charge Marine
During the evening a boat and problems' Corps Conducting Annual park during the week.
tion on the later life of most or I
each 'discussed
school Station
were by a Recruiting Jacksonville
the players. (See picture on Page I outboard motor will be given I'representative.i i Henry Scott spokeon was a guest of the Rotary Poppy Sale HereThe :Visitors Of this 453 figure were, 3,478 were day and

9.) away. Tickets are still on sale by I, Hilliard School problems 'and Club as they met for the weekly campers
!|' any member of the patrol. I I needs and accreditation; Dean luncheon on Wednesday at Sea. American Legion Auxiliary he remaining This 30 were visitors in
Noting that favorite daughter I! Theodore H. Hernandez Post the lodge. brings the yearly
my ,
Proceeds from the dinner will'be BlanVenship discussed the needs i; side Inn.Major. : 3U$9
'jtal to #,437 day vititwi,
was working on a book report i used to carry on the Patrol's of the Callahan School and con. ; : Powell showed the Ro- 54, is holding its annual Poppy y and .
I glanced through the book '"The Sale today, and continuing Fri Y ampers 2,768 lodge gvesti.The
program of water safety. i i solidation; and Mrs. A. V. Me- tsrians a Marine Corps film en- Brownie Troop of Callahan
Velvet Doublet", which deals with Pherson spoke briefly on the over ,,, titled "The John Glenn Story"He day, May 24. ,7'
w..l: arrive
: : Saturday to speed the
Columbus' voyage in search of anew : Poppies will be on sale from 9
crowded conditions at Yulee > was presented by Rotarian
v High School Chorus in lodge.
world. She pointed out a II School. I! John Gregory, whose wife, Clar a.m. until 5:30: p.m. in front of :
place in the book where the islandof To Present Annual Chuck Flenniken was present : ice, is a relative of the speaker.The Mian's Store. I ,
Fernandina was mentioned as from Fernandina Beach and spoke guest speaker has served All proceeds will go to Veteran Golden Isle Scout
a stopping place on the voyage.A Spring Concert on, "We Need Money." Flenniken with the Marine Corps since 1942 Rehabilitation and Child Welfare. 1i/ i u 4 Rally CancelledThe
the author said
foot note by
The Fernandina Beach High'School further added that the teachers seeing service in the Pacific
the Island was in the Bahamas Chorus will present its an- newt to present'their cause to the Theatre of World War II. He participated American Legion Nine ; Golden Isle Invitational
: Being my first experience with nual public. in the Roi-Namur, Sai- 1. Scout Rally, scheduled for Satur-
Spring Concert on Friday
the name outside of this city I am Jeanette Fincannon, president pan, Tinian and Iwo Jima Sets First Practice I Jay evening, May 21, at 7 ,
in knowing if evening, May 24, at 7:30 p.m. in. opera GAINING IN POPULARITY each year, the Mrs. Golden j l p.m.
interested anyoneelse the school auditorium of the Classroom'. Teachers. Department tions. AU boys interested in playing. I Has been cancelled iadefioitely,
Crown Fiesta contest attracts of the lovely
the many
has any information on said, in representing He returned to service during \merican Legion baseball this young according to an aRBOUN'ftMfttW
and if it had bearingon Mrs. Evelyn Arnold, director, matrons of Amelia Island and provides keen competitionfor
island any
the members, Teachers should I the Korean War and has seen a Summer are urged to attend the by Sandy DeSandro,
the local name. : has planned the concert to include not be the scapegoats. Are teachers wide variety of service including lest practice: session Friday at their pulchritude and homemaking abilities. Milo City Recreation Direetor.
if if many of the old favorites, plus required to advertise when ) participation iQ the Lebanon the high school athletic field. ;: will replace Mrs. Tom Coleman, center, the 1962 titleholder Tentative plan call fw rescheduling -

Young Tommy Tilman Jr., re-j! many new songs. ( they already teach your childreQ j crisis in 1958. He wears a number Boys who were born after Au-i j ? Runnersup last year were Mrs. Lawton Johnson, the event sometime in

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Pa ge' Two T News-Leader: rern: mdlna. Beach, Florida -. Thursday:\ 1. 23, 1033 i MARINA LOG \ < Banquet ten twre "JfmJJ! I \.fly, Jake Me- ,
-- I I Jaycee ''tayaw, and BoJ9lngUs.. ? i
II Know Your Florida :Laws The annual Good Government j 1
from )
I I I i I Award was presented by Tester ". I
511 ASH STREET PHONES 366.3657 TheNotion Following a ,delicious dinner, i! to Harry Poolechairman of the t.
0 Prepared As A Public
Service B'H prepared and served by Ladies o{
Ii County. Commission,
A John nPerry Newspaper I Fatima Circle' of St. Michael's
; Counter 1'T Chuck Flennikpn, president p#.. J
Raj Oldwell, Editor and Meeaeta FLORIDA ,iv BAR Catholic Church, Lasserre made :
f the Chamber of Commerce and a
O 'Aa BY PAITL WARWICKi I I I Ir awards to outstanding .Jaycees former Jaycee president, present-
The Statewide
EDITORIAL Organization of Lawyers & Judges i -
I p I pasf year. ed' Ray Caldwell, NewsLeadereditor
o ;; AI Usft C 11' N i I For each (/ us, something new ,& Sponsored bj Nassau County Bar. Association II I IIIOW Leon Jones was named for the ', with a special award for
I SpoKe award given to the Jaycee
+ is always bobbing; in the most Outstanding Contributions to the
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iIO m''I. If'"jll! j' ficient funds to pay a lawyer out- who shows the most interest and Junior Chamber.
unexpected olacas and from the
CIRCULATION Boats docking at the new City DO. I right to obtain legal assistance.The contributes the most work duringthe Lasserre next introduced State t
ABC AUDITED PAID most unlikely directions. I
.. i i Marina during the week of Mayi i! LAWYERS CHARGE? I I contingent feefarrangement. hi year. Representative Claude Wingate, J
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Published Thursday and catered at the Post Office t I
every After 15
rears as a transplanted 17 follows, with the THE FIRST VISIT. Almost I found most often in accident
were as name i I I Jaycees for the four : who in turn presented the guest
Fernandina Beach Flprida, as second class mail matter. quarters }
I Southerner living and workin of the boat, the owner, his address everyone prefers to. know in ad- cases. I were named as Jim Beatty, De-j J speaker, Senator Scott Kelly. t
in the North, we were awav back and length of beat listed in that \ance whaa service will cost. 4. An
Subscription Rates: attorney 'must take hill Wayne Crisp, Bill Leuschner and. Following Kelly's address, \
I down in Fernandina Beach before'we 'i iI I Persons
$4 a year $2.25 6 months J1.25 3 Months sequence: : visiting an attorney are'' business expenses into account. no.ce Lawhorne. County Judge J. E. (Gene) Wea-: I

S4.50 a year out of county I and ever the revelation heard of pecan, not meal from- Charmer, New Jersey, J. W. : no exception. The solution is Aside from the fact that a legal' Lasserre gave his Key Man I therford was called on to make f
'I came Nile, 43 feetAmron simple. When you visit an attor- education is an extremely expen-l
award to Jim Beatty as the Jay : the Distinguished Service Award,

I local but in letter from
sources a I for the first time : k about sive '
i i ney a< matter, usually requiring:
a good friend in New York. IV, Sandusky, Ohio, W. the fee. Your cee who gave him most assistance. top recognition given annually by
CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS I Carter, 43 feet .f.fI lawyer will want seven full years of training, most' during the year. .. the Jaycees. The coveted award
A6 a Georgian! who once lived you to, be satisfied' both with me attorneys have thousandsof I'
Flevo, Chicago, Ill., C, AI many I' Jerry Lancaster was the only went to Don Roberts, a former
in Albany, self-confessed center of service and his *
I I (I charge. He knows dollars
COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Monday: II ', Whacker invested i in their boob Jaycee president, for the outstanding -
52 feet Jaycee to receive the Exhausted
the world's it' : that if good
industry, service is
pecan given and and offices. In addition, legal
Commission Chambers sec
service rendered during the
Kathy Barr, Fort Lauderdale Rooster Award, noting that he
I seemed unlikely there was anything the charge is fair, you will be retaries and other office help are '!
CITY' COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. Cit) at all about this famous nut ,, F. Campbell, 32 feet back and you will refer your highly paid. Frequently: as much has reached the cut-off age. for year
Gladys 2nd, Lake Allatovna, : Jaycee membership. j i New President Tester presentedthe
Commission Chambers I which would be unfamiliar. It ,' friend end acquaintances to him. as 35f"c to 50 rf of -a fee is used
{ took, however a written request Clarence Glourey, 18 feet That is the way a lawyer main- to defray office and other business Charlie Cook of Jacksonville, outgoing president with a
HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital. Din ;i from Dotty Swafford, a fine and i iI ,! Joesine II, Islip, N. Y., Peter tains and increases his practice.! expense outstanding in state Jaycee work, plaque and cited the fine year enjoyed *
ing RoomSCHOOL i beloved registered nurse from Mt. :'! Zorn, 40 feet i i In ; conducted the installation of new by the Jaycees. Tester also
any event, need not hesitate OFTEN
i 1 Dina III, Palm, Pa., I Carter, you AND EXACT CHARGE officers, beginning with incoming noted that Lasserre promoted theWives'
: N. Y. out
Kisco, to set us on a
BOARD 1st after 2nd Monday 9:30 to discuss the fee CANNOT
Wednesday : a.mi or your BE SET IN AD- Club and cited Mrs. Bob
50 feet
i Superintendent's Office search for pecan meal. She want- i i ability to pay. Not only is it completely VANCE. Sometimes isi; president John Tester.
I' a
ed soTie pecan meal and seemed !,I Rowdy, Morehead City,. S. P'I I proper, but attorney unable to tell what'his Named to serve with Tester Gingles for her work with the new
your you exactly
P.TA last I in her letter to Rowe, 30 feet and installed by Cook were John organization.
EXECUTIVE BOARD Thursday 3:30: p.m. Jr. confident, my will appreciate it. will because he is
Cafetoriura wife, that we would know all Vick, V, Kings Point New York, charge be Thompson, vice president; Leon Tester also gave a brief run-
I unable tell work i is
FACTORS how much
Schwarts 65 feet '! IN DETERMINING to Jones and Jim Bowers '' down the
about it. I Philip ( secretary, on plans for coming
P-T<\ MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High Cafetorium I Malvina II, New York, New : FEES. It i jj rare that a lawyer is involved. But your lawyer will treasurer. year before adjourning the well
We didn't know anything about York Frank Nadaline, 60 feet confronted with two legal situations -, nearly always be able to tell you Named to the Board of Direc- attended and successful banquet.
Kn ANIS_CLUB Each Monday 0:45 p.m. Seaside Inn i pecan meal and we haven'tfound i Marra Teme, Sheephead Bay,|i' that are exactly alike.' Thelawyet's I what the minimum and maximum ': ---- - .-. I
it yet, but we have confirmed fee for will
\ fee will depend that particular work
AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30: p.m. Hospital A. Marra, 47 feet
i that it does exist and are variety of factors. After be, or to give some estimate
Dining Room Miss Genie, Waycross, Georgia you you
: not going to let up in our quest .,feet have related the facts in your : of the time that will be required. AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS
Tommy Fesperman
JAYCEES Each Monday 8 Recreation Center Lounge i until we have sent Dotty a sample. i i
p.m. :I Banshee, Morrells Islet, South case, your lawyer will give you an : WHEN DO YOU HAVE TO j

LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7 p.m. Seaside Inn II She deserves far more.. ,I I Carolina, Banshee, Inc, 40 feet : estimate of'the fee.: PAY? The time for payment of RECHARGEDALL
Speaking of nuts and who I Countess II, Bryn Mawr, Pa., I How does a lawyer know what;,' legal' fees depends on the type of I
ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside ; has a better right? we also !'I Fellows Th9mpson, 40 feet I to charge? Well, he must consider legal service you wish rendered. MAKES AND MODELSGET

INN I I have reeently been intrigued by' Rascat III, Annapolis, Mary- seYeral factors. Some of these are: In many cases your attorney will
i the mild furore stirred in the U. expect a fair down payment (attorneys YOUR UNIT READY FOR Sl'3I31GIt015'!
i land, H. 0. Chessar 36.feet 1. The amount of time 'spent on
CITY PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commission ', S. Congress about boiled peanuts. ]i iI' Long Cheer, Oysterhamb Missouri .: a matter is always important. Of call this a "retainer") to Agency For CLARDY AirConditionerso
)Chambers To us the details are vague: but cover the initial work. In other
: I' II. H. Hoyt, 53 feet course, different attorneys value
Southern representatives have Paradise, New York, J and H. their time at different rates be- I matters, you will be billed at the I o--
WOMAN'S, CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's. Club Bldg. I managed to raise quite a rucus'' Co., GO feetHatteras !cause of the difference in their' end of the month, or at the completion ,: SPECIALIZE IN: -

I about acreage allotted to "pea- Fort Lauderdale, 41 experience, specialized of the service. Tune-Up
ROY: SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassau District G 2nd boiled j, knowledge, .
p.m. Friday nuts for boiling. The peanuts
j i I skills, etc. This is not to say that If you are not sure you will be ( e Wheel Alignment ..> ..
Seaside InnMEItC1IANT'S side ems to have won, feetTripsy Park Florida : there is of able to pay promptly talk it over
I '! Orange no degree uniformity.. t e Automatic Transmission.Repairs) ,
which is OK with
j i us. with attorney. You will bet .. .
McEver 30 Most your
ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noon Luncheon 'I feet lawyers know what other
Seaside; Inn New Yorkers are great peanut I Anathrop, Maryland, William' members of their profession with able to reach an arrangement thatis REYNOLDS MOTOR COiiPANYYour
eaters at Yankee Stadium, the Lewis 40 feetJunkanoo : similar ability and experience ) fair. i II''
Polo Grounds, in Madison Square I '' (Continued next week) .
Cltmt. OF COMMERCE 2nd Tuesday Luncheon 12:15: i Fort Lauderdale, charge and endeavor to keep their I Local Oldsmobile! Dealer:
Garden and in ordinary, day-by-
Seaside Inn I Florida, Ashley DewolfR 36 feet in line. Remtmber lawyers
232 South 8th Street Phone 261.3122
day existence. But we never uncovered Sally H. V., Chattanooga Tenn. know it is important that be .
one native New Yorker i : you Marine Major ___________ ______ __u___
BUCCANEER; COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month Ed. E. Hays, CO feet satisfied. -
i who ever had eaten a mess of Zazu Savannah C. E. .
Ability, 'experience and -
reputation (Continued from Page One)
GE%. DUNCAN CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Man- ,I boiled peanuts. I!. Dykes 60 feet ': are important. Good law I ...

,day, each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. I Impatience with this unalloyed' Sapphire, Trenton,: New Jersey, school training combined with of the most coveted medals and

i I; ignorance plus a sort of pity for Swittik, Parachute Co., t 60 feet later legal experience constitute a ribbons of the Corps.Accompanying ,
NAS.SAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and I people who had been deprived of Sarah H. III, Fort Myers Beach, tau;er's legal education. An experienced Major Powell

4th. Thursdays w 8 p.m. Masonic Temple this delicacy, sent us foraging for Florida, John N. Jiffs, 42 feet ( lawyer may be better was Sgt. James Flynn, a Marine ORTHO ,1

AMELIA'LODGE NO. 47 F. &: A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays some small, raw Spanish peanuts Tory Lady, Essex, Connecticut, trained to handle your problem. recruiter. Flynn is a golfer of 1
a p.m. Masonic Temple which might be boiled properlyand I F. Rudolph 45 feet i If he is well known as an able note and will play in the upcom- I i
served to them .as a Hedomix, New York R. F. Mitten IMpt( YEO
i up spe- -j lawyer of proven ability or a specialist ing local Invitational tourney !
FEH-NANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4th J cial tieat. 45 feetFlorencin in one field of the law, he The film dealt with the life of

JJondays) of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple. This was at a time when the II, Wilton, Connecticut -I!may charge more than someone'I II : Astronaut John ''Glenn from his %

old Washington Market, in down ,I K. E. Gifford, '75 feet not so well, known because ,his j youth, through flight school, marriage "1'i
CHAPTER 55. ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, town Manhattan, was in fullest I i services aie in special demand. and: up to his historic flight
.Masonic Temple flower. In that old market and in 1 The situation is similar to that in into snace. It was narrated by ,

SPEjtSQS"V EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Center the other food shops that bordered |'I Just Romblin'Continued l :i the field of medicine: A doctor i i Jack Webb with a word from i 4;, I I'' '
it for several blocks around, j charges for the '
Lounge ( frQm Page Ofte) 1 more a cpraple operation President Kennedy at begin.
,- <" you could find almost any eatable., : than for the routine removal ning. ; Cf

HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday month at 0 p.m. known to man, on this hemisphere 11! ceived a note of thanks this week,(, of an appendix. j I Several shots were shown that II

f or any other. I I for a contribution to the Depart [ 3. ',The results that are achieved: were made of Glynn during the !
VIAfjNOLIA\ GARDEN CLUB 3rd. Monday of month at 8 P.H. We trudged and trudged and I i ment of the Interior in their study I t are also a factor in determining ;, flight as well as shots that were

ROSE* CIRCI.E1st Monday _,, 8.P.M asked questions, but found nary cf the migratory habits of birds. :: a fair fee. But since no lawyer taken of the earth from the cap- ',
? JFOUNDER'S I'' a raw Spanish peanut, still in its i Tommy captured a ring billed full '' can guarantee results in a contested I

GARDEN CLUB 4th Friday _?....?.... 3 P. 11 shell and suitable for boiling. (1 in his back yard recently and not- : matter, he will expect to sule.The film was so interesting I
The boiled peanut interests, if ed that the bird was: tagged, wijh'i be* paid"whether he wins or loses. that Rotarian Houston Sapp is

MAGNOLIA GARDEN; CLUB 4th Tuesday 8 P.M. such there be, ought to do something instruction to mail in the tag. Iti j i I In some instances a_ lawyer will' making arrangements to have it I

i about that deplorable situa developed that the bird was released -i take a case on a contingent fee". in local schools at the beginning
AZALEA. GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday ....___ 8 P.M. tion. by a Walter p, Nickell in ,4'This arrangement is one where of the. next semester. We Carry.A Complete Line of

i 2CO:. Lighthouse CircleSTIICIIA Needless to state, we have rather Roger City, Mich. Studies haYE'-1 th.e' lawyer; takes a percentage o, f I Rotarian' Jack Peebles of Jacksonville I

gorged on boiled peanuts. since shown that this .type gull I the recovery if he wins. If he was a guest of the cljb.:' Ortho Products
BIT CLUB lit and 3rd Monday _._..._......_.. 7:30 P.M. I
cur arrival in Fernandina Beach wide range end their age has been_](f loges he takes nothing: The client | .1
-.-- -- a little less than two months ago. : noted up to 21 years must assume the responsibility More than a million people over
And they are just as good as we'' ______ !i for court costs, but he need not 65: have not yet applied for social I Five Points Grocery .& Hardware

Try A CIissifiedNow. Ad For Quick Results remembered: them from the longago. pay a fee (to the lawyer unless i I security benefits. Many could receive -
Trade At Home I the case is won. This arrangement I benefits even though theyare
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allows many people without suf- working.
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Editor Fernandina! Beach News 'Ie

Leader "
: The term "double taxation" I,
: when med to describe the replace- :' e

.. I i meat of race money used for i iI
I schools instead of roads and
: REASONABLE PRICES i bridges is inaccurate and mislead I

ing. The statement in my last I Ii r

i week's letter that: 1.71 mills would I Quality

i be returned to the municipalities ,; ,
: for I is false because NONE of the ru- I' j I / JL_ I fi'f! ,. i I

,. I I ral millage would be returned to N _
the cities. ,
: $f1lIlifitlly'Jull ((1 I',' What would happen is that I

about $80,000 of county taxes .,'. :vN ,,.
I would be collected in the cities f

9fff tfnvitationband and tbout $')0,000 would be collected -
JW outside the cities. ALL of I II

.. the $r ,OOO and HALF the $80,000 I ......

; ,' .! would po to tie county road and ...>
.'' '''f -<'., bridle fund. The other HALF of I' ;

: ;!; 1 the $80,000 would go to the cities \
:for streets or reduced city taxes. .1 t> si tfllitr -eil r>oriir
/lr Y1 Olfi707rB! l lhC
lJJJO/fJICCJJ1JIIJ :The County Commissioners would t N V R O L E Z
e. tt t
!simply be assuming reponsibility \
t for financing cart of the cost of ,

: All Styles And Types Of Engrcving city streets which the law norm- j

.. ally requires them to do and I
which they have avoided doing / r''.
-- I !several years. The entire county

: WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE ONE OF wcuU revive the extra, $100,000 ,
;' of race track money as add-ticnal:

ENGRAVED school revenue instead of thU .
money going only to the county r ,
: LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS 1 road and bridge fund.
: What i is so castastrophic about
: I "ENVELOPES SOCIAL STATIONERY this? Why are four members of .

the school board so reluctant to .
ask for the extra race track money (
when The Minimum 1 1/ f I/ 1
especially i ;1'I
See At
: Samples Foundation Program clearly lists J JTeAolfe.YOIII'

.. this as one of the few sources of
school revenue? Do the four
I school board members believe that

I school children and school teach- '
; J irnanbina11iar1i Ncsieatr 1 cw are secend class citizens when

compared to road workers? t Chevrolet dealer for any type of truck. :
PHONES: 2G1-3GSG 2G1-3G87 i
: Fie on them. They ought to be' ..
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'ashamed. '.' __. _-- --- < ,,,,".... 1- 11 1 I I "UU" II" I "un ,"'< "
t William A, Childsi
VejRepresent: One of the Largest and Best i __ WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY rw.as
t "The American's problem is ) ,

: Engraving Firms In The United States how to support his government in '
i the style to which it wishes to

_. i become accustomed." Williami South
i i A. Muir, Candor (X. Y.) Courier. -

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Nassau Youths : Kiwflnians Hear i News-Leader, Fernandina Peach, .Florida Thur&daj*, May 23, 1963 Page Thre? I

AtlanticVlessile; Rang (Continued from Page One) i' { that everything was being done I Rummage Sale. Set
School ProblemsContinued
Participate InCooperl signation atom as applying to a I that could be done. A spokesmansaid i
unit of matter. "we have plenty of money Friday, SaturdayBy
The speaker is the author of ( from Page One) '''but cannot give it to the schools Church of God

s RecoveryFHTNC : //s Exciting As A Circus the book entitled "Universe Un all day, spend hours after school since it is prohibited by the state .
limited," which was recently pub. time preparing assignments, constitution. The only answer is: I The Church of God, 4th and,
fire( control) technician- Jerry third II. Lang class, I lished and is now working on a I I checking papers, and attending re-evaluation which U well on its Cedar Sts., will sponsor a Rum
I Under the best of conditions, second book. school functions? Teachers shouldnot way. : mage Sale on Friday and Satur-
USN"son of Sir. and Mrs.. James :
I II. I life at the Atlantic Missile Range ; ,- A group of Kiwanians from the have to plead their cause a question and answer day, May 24 and 25, in the former
Lang of 218 Dade St.. i\
aboard the fleet oiler USS serving is something like a three-ring q i >v i t r. fy Jacksonville Beach club attended i|I i parents and interested persons period which followed, severaj\ I Western Auto building across
ola, and Perry A. Nelson, ship- I' circus.It y' .' P as an interclub meeting. Everett ;, should do this for them," she said. pertinent questions were posed 1 from Askins Laundromat on South
fitter -3rd class, USN, son of Mr. is spectacular and gaudy, exciting k Fletcher of the Gary, Indiana Kiwanis Frank Walters, school board !I from the audience and answered ;((8th St.
and demanding. And for ., Club made his attendance stated in b officials. 1; Proceeds will be used for the
and Mrs. L. ][. Nelson of Hilliard, I up member, answer to some yIn
serving: aboard the destroyer USS I the modest man who directs firing ; > ,. s '"", $ Monday night. I of the school's problems 'that I: asking what the reaction of i church building 1 fund and the pab-
Shelton, were scheduled to take : operations of the Army's : President Bryan Rauschcrt called teachers are responsible for not the school board and county commission lie is cordially invited to partii -
part in the Pacific recovery of ; Pershing ballistic missile system, a Board meeting to follow immediately '! supporting the re-evaluation pro 'I would be, to a labor un I i cipate.
Astronaut Leroy Gordon Cooper I i it is a job of manifold decisions. A following adjournmentof : gram. : ion for teachers, affiliated with I _

during hU 22 orbits :of the earth | James F. "Jim Conner carries > f ''d 1t the regular session. ;!i In reply to the subject of school l ':. AFL'CIO, Commissioner Galphin 1!1I I tend meetings, in reply to a question
the title of Chief Persh- y '
Thirteen ships in the Pacific ;, bulky ti, ,, 4 dF Kiwanis golfers are engaged in 1 I standards, John Weisner stated asserted it would be only the business I would school board members
I Recovery Force were patrollingfive ing Firing Operations, Perchingi ,,fir ., ; a round of tournament play with j that only three county schoolsare of the teachers, as did CharLes 1 be willing to serve without par'::
I pre-planned: rccpvery areas i i Project Manager's Office, Army ''' %s. s the local Rotary birdie.sh oters. i accredited by the Southern )I, Jones, school board member. : Replying to, "if reevaluationisn't

during the flight. The ships were Missile Command. i Tom Shave is ceded to lead the i Association of Schools, Fernan- i Jones, again answering for the the answer, what is!", Weis
supported by Navy carrier-based Although assigned to the Mis "oldsters" in their effort, while dma Beach High School, Callahan. I schod 1 board, stated that he didn't ner said, "I think it IS the an-
aircraft and Air Force land-based I sale Command at Redstone Arsenal rk5 Jack Vann is expected to give the I School, and Peck High School. I think members should be asked to,: swer."

planes A special world-spanning Conner directs a sweeping ,. Kiwanians an edge over their op i A reply from the county commissioners I serve without compensation since !' Time did not permit further
, naval communications network activity at the gantrstuddcdi 0, S.i. ponents. assured those present I I they relinquish pay at jobs to at- questions.GOLDEN .
' links Pacific with the 'i wonder of the missile world .
tH force ------- -----
: Cape Canaveral, Fla.Largely .
Atlantic recovery force and Cape .
Canaveral. as a result of Conner's 1.. w.t '
detailed pre-launch checkout of 'M l i %+ 'r 1 ..
The primary recovery ship was components, the :: ;r ,,' :
Pershing system t.
::: : ,:
S "
the aircraft carrier USS Kear- : i'f:
solid-propellant missile has chalk- w a ":. ,4' : @
range, which picked up Astronaut -t.; ;;
'I ed the most remarkable success
up v ', / ,
Walter Schirra at the conclusion ; ::" ;;
of his six-orbit flight'l last October.. I' record ever achieved at the C@'r /
Th other 11 ships were the destroyer I' giant Atlantic shooting gallery, or JA3IES F. "Jim" CONNER, left, is shown at the central ,1F
any other known launch site in control console in the Pershing launch pad blockhouse at
USS Epperson, USS FletCher -
USS John W. Thomason, the Free World. Cape Canaveral where he directs firing operations of themissile. :' BEAGNNA J
USS John A. Bole, USS Lofberg, Conner's day is apt to begin He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.[ Fred Conner of E S T A pIN AT6WEI.
calmly enough, with a leisurely LOFtI
USSiPancan, USS Mansfield, USS I stroll! to his field activity office Fernandina Beach. The accompanying article is from the I FE
,J FrahV Knox, USS Taujsijr, USS I
whirlwind of April 24 issue of the Redstone Rocket. i .
( USS 1;. but clima with a 8EAc/lf
" J>e laven{ and Lyman I .L .L .L : ;
calculations, evaluationsand '" '" II I II N
t Swenson. I
The}) communications for the Pacific I ultimately the decision of whether I Sometimes Conner has minutesin I.an exacting pre-flight checkout'I JUNE 6-7-8-9 cROW
i Recovery Force are centeredat or not everything is "go"for an. I which to make his decisions. ;i' of the missile's components soon \
Honolulu, one of': the' world's I other launch of the Army's powerful Frequently he has only seconds ;i after it arrives at Cape Canaveral
largest naval communications stations two-stage miracle bird While Conner has several ad- 1 i from the Martin plant! in Orlan'

It connects the Pacificforce Pershing. ,'I visors standing at his side aiding do. I II GREAT DAYS OF FUN 9
with recovery elements ) Behind his instrument-laden'., him in the evaluation of informa- I i Conner's checkout procedure 1, OI
around the world and with Cape I console at the Army's launch Complex tion, it is sometimes a pretty fast !'has been widely recognized as one j
Canaveral. 30, Conner controls firing! transition from "go" to "hold." >
efficient in
of the most: the nm-
-- -- operations for the PersHni.. But the Georgia Institute of sile business-which is directly I IN THE FLORIDA SUN l I
he has technical
Broadly speaking, Technology graduate is no new. : credited with Pershing's remarkable '
direction of the missile test : to transitions. He formerly I'
i comer success record.

,1,1 1 program.As the countdown nears that i i I:, underwater worked for mine the U.countermeasures S. Navy in I t j 1 forms The his dark-haired checkout on engineer a standard per.I I II I Ocean Bathing Surf, Sound, River and Deep Sea Fishing Golf

I the button time, Conner which he shifted from e
press means
working schedule, assuring that I II
monitors input from three information underwater mines to missiles that all technical components of the i iI Tennis Bowling Go-Karts Boating Skating Sightseeing 0

sources firing squad'' streak through the air back in I missile are functioning properly'',;
personnel, the Superintendent of : Since then Conner ( ,
July, lOfiO. when it reaches its pad.Copper's 'I
Range Operations, and of course, has had technical direction of

15"1 0 the weatherman. j Pershing firing operations."I I frequently incorporated recommendations into are the JUNE I 6-7-8-9
I By evaluating facts from these found the transition sur
... informative sources, Conner must prisingly smooth," the CallahanFla. 1 Martin. Company's productionlines. '. ,

THE make a multitude of decisions. ., native says I
,j". i! Say, for example, hazy weather ; But the electrical engineer'swork Conner has definite feelings $5,000 INVITATIONAL/ GOLf TOURNAMENT
: has blinded one of the many down ; does not end immediatelyafter about his crew which runs the I II
I range tiacking cameras since the a successful firing of the I Pershing firing operations. "We i

MANs. countdown began This vital piece Pershing. are very "proud of the work we PRO..AM THURSDAY 72 HOLE TOURNEY( FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
of information is fed to Conneron I From Complex 30 blockhouse, are doing, he says, "And we'reI

the radio communication net. Conner races back to his Army I equally proud of the work we $1,000 TO LOW PRO
.' i work operated by the missile i; Operations Building and writes I have done." I ,
TQ CALL FOR THE BEST 'I range.It I reports on success for transmittalto I While working for the Navy,
INSURANCE : is then Conner's job to determine Col. 0.' M. Hirsch's Project I: Conner was with the Mine Defense

BllY ON YOUR v .. if that particular camera is Manager's Office at Redstone Ar I Laboratory at Panama City, t Thursday 7:00 P.M. FIESTA BOWLING TOURNAMENT .
I i JAMES BOWERS t in a critical position to plot the ; senal. I, Fla. He also worked for the U. S. : .: ,
*U4 Atlantic Avenue i flight or descent,of the inertially I "It's usually 3 or 4 a.m. by the Army Security Agency in Washington
r I guided missile. : time we finish our work here at : D. C.t as a design engineer AT HADDEN LANES
{ Phone] .2J V 'f 35,, \-_ Conner .fVthfeA ; the Cane on a shot night," Conner i in electronics lIe lives in June 6

STATEFARMtnsur Launch; hold and .alternats'l points out. I i Eau Gallic, Fla., with his wife, 730 P.M. AMATEUR EXTRAVAGANZA :
00\ nct CompsnUjHome > ther lifts; or scrub the shot altogether I But Conner's work begins long 1 Margie, and five children, Patrick '

-..- Orftces." Blodau l gton,Illino $ : and reschedule it at a''!, before he gives the "go" signalto 12, Pamela, 11, Timothy, 9, AT MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM
"'f I later date.Franchise I fire the missile. He perform Susan, 7, and Steven 6. I
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) : lilt. I move that the proposed program 9:00: P.M. MRS. GOLDEN CROWN FIESTA PAGEANTAT
Natural Gas the firm of
prepared by
i\ '
Available I En Nassau
Harry Hendon and Associates for MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM
(Continued from Page One) transmittal of Natural Gas froma .
Electronic I Insect Control point west of Jacksonville to I, ....,. ,
i. mote legislation calling! for a referendum

f jr residential industrial and agricultural uses .\ proven na- 'I on the gas project. I that Fernandina this decision Beach be be abandoned officially; '1 1I i Friday 5:00 P.M. LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL

tirniU} known product with 1 local l inst a llativa+. Qualified arpli I I The Commission agreed to the transmitted to said engineerin' ? I

j'I, r,n's! will be flown to see exist tin? installations and will be train. !, referendum All registered and voters the date were was notified set. I firm, the Housing and Home Finance i r 71 Senior Division Forest Hill Rcdbirds vsBohannon's
ed by factor)' per onnt'1. Age or past experience no f actor. Car I Agency, the Federal Power I II
they were eligible to vote. June .
and Commission and all other inter Stags "
previous sales work helpful For full information and details I I Ii IiI ,
write wire or phone EDWARD MILLER & SOX, I 1C. : election In the both last weak sides prior used to their the I ested parties." AT CITY BALL PARK' ,

.r.T. Drawer 837, .Stuart. Fla. Phone 2874133I advertising, handbills I Mayor E. J. Smith called for a I II
newspaper vote after second by Sorensen
letters, or radio time to present I I and the motion a was approved unanimously. 7:30: P.M.' LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
their to the
--I IT cases people. 1

i I iI i Commissioners Ben Sorensen In other business the Commis Junior Division KAC Redlegs vs Kiwanis .
and Bohannon ted the .
I L L campaign I sion heard a plea from the Youth I Senators .. ...
,..rr'v for the projectsith periodic 'Committee of the Woman's Club ,. "-.. ...
I radio addresses on Monday and : that certain construction be undertaken AT LITTLE LEAGUE PARK 4.
MOY Aw Commissioner Johnson won, the at the Recreation Center ; :
,. 4. I air The for'Junior the o PP Chamber ositiop heir. of opposi-Commerce ;;, increase to roof h.e.the available patio and space thereby for.': 'T i i'" i itI \;: 7:00: P.M. FIESTA BOWLING TOURNAMENT ,

youth activities. j. :
S Tf tion with letters and handbills. AT HADDEN LANES
,, Mrs. Ralph Wood, chairman,
,;, yf W the referendum Johnson Ii '
Following and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Woman's'Club
1 A,, 'SATELLITE" made the following statement president, attended the II

n1 1? : \. "; I meeting and heard a motion by ,: Saturday 10 A.M. To SIDEWALK 6 ART SHOW -
; ; r ,,1 ; "The results of the special : Commissioner Sorensen and, a see.
;) t i ? ,;, of May 21, regarding Natural ond by Commissioner John Tilia- ,
'N .. '.' 'tt 1 a l-P ur Pi one fan Gas, were particularly gratifying i kos that the necessary work be I 5P.M.AT RECREATION CENTER

i 1 ,,;. 1 ,, ; gives you most to me, in that overwhelming ''done as requested. City Manager June 8 _

,,,, : ,t.; -.. comfort for support was given to the position Clayton Sanders was instructed (: ', "
f { ,mss! f I have maintained the past the best of ,'
least to investigate means 1:30 P.M. TURTLE RACES---
r ; money several years. I appreciate, however I financing.Soreasen. I
', x. l.ianstautate! the interest shown by every I moved that the City !
,,.t r in turning out to register AT THE BEACH >/
,, ip, den, left, right one i i not enter into any agreement t -, ,;
"'s' 2. leeks ia any folios, their vote on a question of such with an operator of amusements]! # ,
k> aitonaticaily vital interest to the community." such as Ferris wheels, merry-go- .' 3:30: P.M. LITTLE MISS FIESTA PAGEANT J'
L Maxima air ctvexent Sorensen was also contacted and rounds and the like. Such an over, $
fin blade sin be stated: ) '_, I', ture has been made for space aft AT '
fj 4. Baifsafe Iron a9 sidts 1 am highly pleased I I the beach by a Jacksonville Beach1I ) : '
t ;+I \\ 5. Ouicttst fai ia its representative number that turn i operator. Johnson seconded and 1 !
te class ed out for the Tuesday's referendum I I the vote unanimous. | f
A atrnena; was : 8:00: P.M. DANCE FOR THE TEEN AGERS
stand for
y My
natural ;
.- 6. Cists less ttai aey on gas : Sanders notified the Commission "
ttoparalile ha natural gas came from a deep that the golf course irrigation '
1 : :
is THE
/ SU sirs tJ tlioosi hoot conviction that such a facility future i system had been studied and tha)| ,
Mather's highly desirable for' the individual bids for the necessary I

Special growth of any city $uch as Fer : equipment would be advertised for 9:00 P.M. GRAND FIESTA BALL AND PARADE OF ,
+ $2.00 Down'' nandina Beach I fejt that it ass i i1n I. the near future. gi :
M L my duty as a Commissioner to ex- I A request from the Chamberof 'I '
press by beliefs on,this' matter. 'i Commerce for the use of the THE BEAUTY QUEENSAT
6 of AfAwr WAY TO coot WITH WJVOJMMIif Since the people ofk FernandinaBeach i!i Recreation Center for activities I t
f' : h. have indirted\t\1ty are not of the Golden Crown Fiesta was I MUNICIPAL\ AUDITORIUM
z read for natural gaa at this timeI ,.
P. i .'' will turn my efforts! foto other I I An authorization to enter Into
i ? fttt-JHL-- ST channels for the and 1 '
.. KV prpgress i a contract with Hunnicutt and As
:_ y : prosperity of this city:,and will be sociates to do the regular city ATTEND CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE

a reer tnuan ur tic snn t ; ..FJ yuoow tom guided by their directions, at t'yj .assessment maintenance was okiayed. Sunday,
polls. I

0, T I I The matter last night was at completely the' regular resolved 'i!i the Following Commission the met regular with session Jim I; June 9 1 1:00: P.M. BOAT RACES. ""

i bi-monthly I :
Malone who asked that certain
I .
J ,Y : r 1 : when Johnson made},the.. following 1 features of the building code be AT CITY MARINA I ; ,

r motion: 1 discussed and clarified. -
"In view of the results of our I II '- ': ; : Tforpr : :
1fl na 1'1I1,1'r, : polnct soot loosr W trMartWliNt special election on May 21, 1963,j II I 2:45: P.M. BAND CONCERTr. : ;. r ,. '_. =
regarding the question of Natural I I MALICIOUS 1: r <, '
Gas for Fernandina Beach, and in :! THE BEACH
order to have as a matter of public i WOODS !

Mather Of FernandinaSOUTH i record of this some election official, I 'would recognition likeI f t.BURNERS I 3:15P.M.: MISS( GOLDEN CROWN FIESTA PAGEANTAT

tp asl.for. the unanimous approval <

8th STREET., Phone 261-4383-I motion of this: body on the following'I I i: '- ROB US ALL! i I. THE BEACH


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.Cage. Four -""*"" News-Leader-, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 23, 1963 Juniors Fete Senior Class At Fabulous Cinderella. Ball I Bernice Lowe CircleMayWith Mrs. Willis Hostess"i e;i

: :,' Meets In To Edna Ward ClassThe JIj

Circle Closes Year i Nita McCollough Officers InstalledAt _
Mrs. B: F. Woolsey Edna S. Ward Bibletlassof I
At Luncheon With : Circle Has Dinner Dinner Party a: $ Memorial Methodist Church t
!' The May meeting of the Ber. met Tuesday at the home of 'Mrs. tI (
Mrs. Robert I Meeting May 20 By Azalea ClubThe
PhinneyThe nice Lowe Circle of Memorial E. R. Willis, Sr., with Mrs. span
I : Methodist Church was held Wed- ;
Myrtle Burgess Circle of The Nita McCollough\ Circle of Azalea Garden Club closed J I Tarlton serving as cohostess.The .
15th at the
nesday morning, May ,
Memorial Methodist Church met First Baptist Church met May its activities for the year with a home of Mrs. B. F. Woolsey with meeting opened with the
May 16 at the home of Mrs. Robert 20th at Sue's Drive In for a din- dinner party at the Sandbar last president, Mrs. J. ,R. Hutchins,
Mrs. M. E. Jennings serving
Phinney with Mrs. T. W. '' ner and regular session. There Tuesday evening.. There were four- d cohostess.Mrs. i I:' welcoming the, twenty membeYs
Oliver as co-hostess. A covered were six members and one visitor een members present and one i.Ii I present. Mrs. L. K. Nolan gave
dish, luncheon was served the thirteen attending. visitor, Mrs. Henry Pope who is ( fa S. L. Tarlton, chairman, the devotional entitled, "The
members and three guests Following dinner, the business Mrs. A. E. Taplin's sister. presided during the business Church" and "The House of Many

present for the last meeting of meeting was presided over by Mrs. W. H. Seibert presidedover % meeting.Mrs. Lands..

the year. Mrs. Sybil Haddock. A discussionwas the short business sesion and 7 Woolsey presented the Notes of thanks were read.from

The chairman, Mrs. Phinney, held on the possibility of hav- roll call was answered with sug- I Spiritual Life program and selected 'I Mr. W. M. Brooks and family regarding -

opened the meeting and Mrs. Bur- ing two Baptist Women's Socie gestions for the coming year, r' J1 + .i as her subject, "Depends on their recent bereavement
ggave the devotional with ties next year. The members were which were discussed along with 1 1I ; You. The Missionary Educationwas and from Mrs. M. D. Dixon .and

prayer. reminded of the book study to other items of interest. i presented by Mrs. Hale Sheffield j, Miss Beverly Jones during' their.

Mrs. David Bowers, Spiritual be held today, May 23, and of the Donations were given generous- using as her topic, "Korea :',, recent illness. "
Mission for ly toward the planting of memor- Sets a Good Example. In closing
Life chairman, gave a talk on Community May Following! the short business
GiMl Timing". The secretary's which is home and hospital visita- ial trees on 14th Street and petunias she read an inspiring" poem, meeting, the class enjoyed g9. ne5pla"ed
tion. for the hospital grounds. "Worth of a Penney. the social hour. The
report was given by Mrs Sherman
Mathews in the absence of Mrs. Following the meeting, Mrs Mrs. Seibert, retiring president, i Mrs. Tarlton gave a resume of ; hostesses served delicious refreshments -

Hitchcock. The treasurer's reportwas Wilson gave a talk] on the G. A.!& turned the meeting over to Mrs. i.riSj the accomplishments of the circle followed by the class bene
for the and thanked the
given and pledges collected dedicating their life to Christ and Jane 'Scofield who installed the year ; ,diction.
members for their cooperation.She i .
\L j Mrs. W. Beugnet.It the part the W. M. U. has played new officers as follows: President -- --
was announced that the in starting and promoting G. A. Mrs. H. D. Lohman; 1st vice- ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of the fabously beautiful Junior-Senior Prom, the 1963 announced another box of : Bonnet: Betrays .
will be this weekto
chairs for the third floor had organization.Mrs. president, Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper; theme a Cinderella Ball, "Unce Upon A Time," was the crowning of Cinderella. The ( clothing the circles shipped Miss -

been purchased and was suggest. Velma Franklin gave the 2nd vice-president, Mrs Emerson ': lovely Miss Annette Jacobs was chosen by popular vote. She is shown being crowned, Jennie Flood in missionary Kentucky., Sandra Moore In

ed that some money be spent on program, after which the meetingwas Mitchell; secretary, Mrs.Mrs. J.F. M.H. with her escort, Ronnie Peters, being honored as Prince Charming I Fiftyfour5j.its were reported Little Women PixA
Ground; treasurer, I
silver for the kitchen, with the adjourned. PHOTO. BY T. H. KING i I for the past two months and 25G
'. remaining money for missions.Mrs Hobein. ---- -- --- visits for the year. ,Mrs. John Bar- lovely spring bonnet has betrayed
Phinney and Mrs. Beugnet They were each presented a Miss Sandra Moore, causing ,
Mrs. Boot's Piano I niak will be the chairman of the
Hibiscus Club Has U.T.O.
are to contact Mrs. James Mich- I, corsage of the color indicative of The 19f!) Junior Senior Prom Envelopes circle for the and her to be improperly identified '
netl' on what mission she would Students To Be their office, after which the meet- was held Friday, May 17, at the Final Meeting With : Requested At St. announced the June coming meeting year will 'i'as Miss Sara Parsons, in the picture i
ing was adjourned until October. : Municipal Auditorium, with the of the ladies who have
suggest.In he held at her home. young I
In Sunday Mrs. Gerard's
theme, "Cinderalla Ball. Cinder- Quattlebaum MeetingSt.
the absence of Mrs. Fink, i The meeting was dismissedwith recently joined the Little Women.
ella for the night, chosen bj I
Mrs. Phinney collected the eou- Mrs.\ Dorothy Boot, A.L.C.M.\ Mrs. Brooks Honored ular vote, was Miss Annette pop Jac "Hibiscus Work Camp" was the : Gerard's Chapter of St. the benediction and a deliic Unaccustomed! no doubt, to the !

pons. The W. S. C. S. meeting was will present her pupils in a recital With MemorialBy obs. Her Prince Charming was I theme for the buffet dinner which 'Peter's Episcopal Church met for 'is covered dish luncheon was I Crocks 'n frills necessary for a

announced for May 27th at 8 Sunday, May 2Cth, at 2:30 p.m. Ronnie Peters. The couple were feted the Hibiscus Garden Club J jits monthly meeting with Mrs. served at noon. tea for young ladies, in the present

p.m. which will be a tea for new at the Municipal Auditorium. Founders ClubThe crowned by Bubba Quattlebaum, I for its final meeting of the year 'Ernest Davis at her home on I I' day of leisure clothes, the

members. Mrs. Oliver gave the Those taking part will be, Gerry of the Founders president of the Junior class, and Monday evening. The party vas :, Wolff Stieet.Following I Legion Auxiliary blame for the identifying by a

"Changing Missionary\ Condition Education,in entitled Church, Keene, Denise Heifner, Melody Garden May meeting Club was a covered : Miss Sue Selph} treasurer of. the I held at the home of Mrs. Carl I the current stud 1 To Meet May 28 I club member is being placed) ,on
Quattlebaum in Amelia City, with skit was planned for
Junior class. program a the hat.
Sparkman, Laurye Campbell, fish luncheon held at the home of
and! City", taken from the World
Mrs. J. J. G.
serving Mildred Babb
Cooper as month Mrs.
next ,
Outlook. Mrs. Phinney thanked all Dwight Platt, John Wilson, Diane Mrs. Philip Jackson. I The theme was carried put co-hostess. ( The American Legion Auxiliary : The picture of the new members -
talk the
beautifully with flowing white gave a on Episcopal Theodore II. Heinandez appeared in the 16 issue
\ members for their good fellowship Johnson, Nancy White, Jamie Mis. Jackson presided! during Lovely arrangements of flow- ': for the aged i Haiti and presented I.
I parachutes suspended over stately Post 54, will hold its regular of the News leader.
and willingness throughout the the meeting and roll call was answered I
White, Julie Taylor, Debra Sims, i ers were placed at various points some handmade items made by
Mrs. Burgles and the chile bj "what the club has columns.] A mirror ball was meeting on Tuesday evening, MayS Miss Moore is the daughter of I I II
ji-ar. throughout the rooms. One of the Members reminded
Mrs. for herS Martha MacPherson, Barbara Sut- I suspended from the center casting -I ladies. were at 8 p.m. at the Legion Home. I Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Mooie.
.JJnaLcd Phinm-y meant to me. them made by Mrs. i
was a guest that it is not too late to turn
fine service chairman for the ton, Cheryl Knowles Jane Philips I I enchanting sparkles of color All members are urged to at-
as Discussions included planting at I H. J. Scofield, who used colors:; in the United Thank Offering envelopes -
over the auditorium. The walls tend. Friends, of Dan Nagel will be
)'ear. } Betsy Phillips, Sherry John- ,he Welcome Station, work at the in the portrait of "A Girl Ballet" j to Mrs. Oscar Odom.
decorated with white grill- glad to know he has been discharged
I were -
The meeting: was adjournedwith son and Karl Stein. County Fair, and Memorial trees : which hung over the mantel. ;1 The members
work draped with majestic red nine present enjoyed "Only an interior decorator can from Humphrey} Memorial
E Mrs. DavidBowers )
ft prayer by be 14th St. I Mrs.\ greeted each
Guest artists will be Sara Hanna .0 planted on Quattlebaum delicious refreshments
5e1"V'l'd bottle when it's
I scallops. ave over a emp Hospital and is reported doing
: taken from the May "Together" ,
Mrs. D. A. Kelly read a memorial member and Mrs. Cooper assigned -
John "
soprano; Dave Courson, cornet by Mrs.\ Davis and Mrs. ty. satisfactorily.GRADUATES .
magazine. composed by she and Mrs. J. The entrance pictured a medie- them their duty in serving the will be
Sietz. The June meeting -- -- ----
The luncheon followed, closing ; Karl Stein, cello; and Charles val garden and a led carpet was
Mrs. W. M. dinner to the
B. Thompson, to tasty course twentytwo held at the home of Mrs. Odom. -- ----
:. the meeting until. next year. Jones, drums. Brooks, recently departed mem- rolled out to greet the guests, I members and two guests,
----- with to escort the
ber. pages young Mrs. Scofield and Mrs. M. K. i '

"Our Founders Garden Circlewas ladies to the door. A fountain, I, Kearse, mother of Mrs. Quattle- I Piano Students ,'
OFFICIAL APPLICATION again touched by the hand of spraying: colored water, several baum. Guests In RecitalJacksonville
of and iron I Following the dinner, the president -
sorrow in the loss of one of our coats arms, wrought ,
!. FOR :harter members, Mrs.V.. M. furniture completed the scene. I Mrs. Quattlebaum, openedthe At
Brooks, on April 29. For thirty- I, business session with prayer
A Cinderella coach enhancedthe Dow Dixon, Jimmy Bush anc'Connie
: six her intense and continud and welcomed each guest. Mrs. 1..
refreshment tables. Capturingthe I Cargal were the guests of :!
K. Nolan selected Honor
and was
interest in growth programs -
j M. Conner she : CAP
of the circle, and her reg- attention of the guests were Guest for her interest in organizing Lydia as presen &G0WN..tPORTRAITS
CONTESTPLACE I 1!I her piano students in recital Sun :
lIar attendance at the meetingsas two ice punch bowls with red roses I the club 13 years ago and '
I day, May\ 19, at the Highlands
of which Mrs.\ J. J. G. Cooper I
her health permitted,
: : Municipal Auditorium long as frozen within. i iI Baptist Church in Jjcksonville.
:'s an example and challenge to all The refreshments which con- 't was sponsor, with its first meet- j
TIME: :3uO p.m. Saturday, June 8, 19G3 of us. She- endeared herself to her sisted of candied Cinderella slip- !i'i ing held at the home of Mrs. J. C. The three guests, all student .j, ,
of Mrs. Ruth N. Conner,
I t McJunkin.Roll : accom ,. .
friends by her sweet and
many candied fruit, shrimp and I II 'I
AGE LIMIT\ : 2 through 5 pers, call was answered bv i pianist in the.recital, played various '
years years gracious manner and her willingness -
chicken' pufflets, and Cinderella : ,
musical selections.
to help whenever she could I "What I Have Learned This Year".
(Residents of Nassau County Only) beef burgers, reflected the theme. :; that flowers will
was much admired. In March of It was reported Attending from Fernandinr CALL 261 5486 II
The guests danced to the musicof be South 8th Street Beach Mrs. James Bush ant ,
planted on was '
this year she resigned as an active -I' r'
DRESS Bathing Suits Sun Suits
: or The Midnighters.
flowers had been plantedat
member due to ill health and and that Mrs. M. D. Dixon.

Mail application fee of $1.00 and following informa her name was placed on the list the hospital. .... '.' .. Save This Proud Moment '
of honorary members. The circle W.M. U. Celebrates Mrs. Jack Hamrick was pre- IiJ
tion to P. 0. Uox 21 cherish her sented a gift of remembrancefrom i members with a book, "Poisonous
will always memory known i 75th Birthday At the president for her serviceas Plants Around the Home." I With A Cap and Gown -- .
(Phone :201-1727 For Additional Information) and feel happier for having
her. Our deepest sympathy is ex Monthly MeetingThe I corresponding secretary duringthe I Hostesses names drawn for th IYI
tended to her loving family." II i I year. A donation of one dol- first fall meeting in Septembwere i I PORTRAITBY :

r Pfcime _.........._ Age Woman's Missionary So- lar per member was received for Mrs. R. F. Carson, Mrs. T I II
N I "Advertising has been producing ciety of Five Points Baptist' the planting of Memorial Trees on I. Corbett and Mrs. Jack Ham I -

: Parent or Guardian for business men for many Church held its monthly meeting ,: South 14th Street with City Engineer rick. More details on the meetingcan I .
-ears and nothing has happened I Tuesday afternoon, May 14th. James Beard in charge. be obtained in the new yea :
tn'ltthii business Mts. Clyde Brazen presented I Ij Mrs. J. G. Lambrieht was placed books.

1'lrDfe Number t .....-.....................,..._ O )ease 1''rnt) rmwily Kfe.."to'- James A. TVrtian) ,ifa prograc; "Fhwwgk Jb? Years",I 1th waiting list as a new, Mrs KaTntkk presented Mr TOM DAVIS, Photographer

Pita Enclose Small Photo If Available Jr.pj Wytheville (Va.) Southwest j vV'tt told oJ haw $>> !Say of ISS8 member. Mrs. QualflffcsunJ officiated 'I iQxkattfckawa w&( a lore}? gtf '
Virginia Enterprise. thirty-two women from ten different ; at the induction of the from the c>ub. Mr.*. I* K. K &v 4fl2? South 271h Street '

.._ j states voted in Richmond, 1963-G4\ officers and thanked the I won the door prize, after whic' :
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.iI Virgin-a to form the W. M. U. This ) club and its officers for their co- the meeting was closed by the incoming FEKiVANDINA HEACH, FLAn \ V :

.. .. \ is in making the president, Mrs. A. C ,
--- seventyfa
'- -' ''- -- -- Baptist organization now operation year
most successful. She presented the I Markham. 1
old. AssistingMrs.
1\ e years : .
--- -- -- -
-- -- -
Brazell were, Mrs. R. H. .

I Parker Mrs. Katherine Williams,

Mrs. Patsy Townsend, Mrs. Lillian I

iXflX: i Still and Mrs.\ Cleo Braddock. I

< Mrs. Carrie Tyson was recog- !0 UI3I

nized as a Pioneer Woman of the
Society, after which the meeting'

was adjourned with prayer by i
< Mrs. Braddock. !
,1/6 / i'c
: In celebration of the organiza-
tion's 75th birthday, Mrs. Brazen _
: '" /1 \j\ ci i-ened birthday cake and drinksto "
the members
w ten present.

3.1'L/L \\ ,Mrs Penton Hostess : 6'."

At May Meeting of i
: 7f7 1r
teiium Ella Hardee Circle

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The regular meeting of the Ella i

: 1i.i Suburban I Hardee Circle was held at the| I II
( home of Mrs. Harold Penton on j

I : May 14th at 10:30. There were 1\), ." .,.
J\ members present. j "

: J:0': Propane we I Spiritual Life Program I pre J :I .

Dented by Mrs. J. E. Partin "A I
Mothers Day Blessing and stor>*II II.f "
: wantumFREE I Hannah's Promise to God"\, LOUNGE

Missionary Education chairman]' 0
Mrs. Gordon Butler read letter*' 0

9 GAS I of appreciation from the circle' JI i : : fff
missionaries in India and Kapan"a. t'

? I r"a. Circle voted to send $100 to,I II DANCING H '
the Board of Missions to be used i iit ff :
SERVICE Piper Memorial Hospital at ; ,
memorial to Mrs.
Kapanga, as a

_l\\ @ FOR HOME BEYOND Molly"ommittee Mrs. Hardee Butler chairmen thanked Thompson.all and officer circle,1 II : BY YOUR FAVORITE BAND 'H" c j

members for their wonderful cooperation J
0 .

.. GAS MAINS of 7 ar.the circles and gave activities a full.for report the I fi FRIDA Y AND SA TlJRDA NIGH fl flA

Meeting adjourned with circle "
Don't send smoke signals pick phone benediction and members enjoyeda
just up your delicious covered dish luncheon. 9:00 P.M. 'TI !.

and call 261-3661. Ask for your FREE Suburban. _

Propane gas service installation TODAY. ,, Thos. J. Shave, Jr. .t, Only $1.50 Per Couple JJ

: r t Named As Finance i


J. Shave, Jr., local attorney
was in Atlanta over the
SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS CO. weekend for the annual meetingof n ATLANTIC AVENUE AT THE BEACH 1. i T aa :

the Board of Governors of ca. ,

Frjmw$ 7 S.. 7th Street Phone 261-3661 Georgia Military Academy.

t ii if Shave the Finance was named Committee as Chairman for the ..rfJJldd ':J. oJJ.fJ IJ.rfJoJI/J J. zraaa.aran J'tJ.rfJ-JJ.fJ S !

coming year

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Y. Club's/ ,Hear Miss Carmichael To I News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 23, 1963 Page Fiv i

C Mrs. McNutt'Speak'' Wed Hugh Hunt, Jr. St. Michael's Guild Honors Graduates At Luncheon I i n- ---:--- {

now finished and are awaiting the I{
On Modern Art Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Turner High School Echoes. results. f fI
Carmichael of McDonough, an-
Freshmen and' i
The Hemerocallis arden Club sophomores juniors -
nounce the engagement of their
met at the Recreation Center BY NED TYSON are campaigning for next f
daughter, Carol Cowan, to Hugh
Monday night, with the Rose Garden ; Candler Hunt, Jr., son of Mr. and Hello there! I'm Ned Tyson and Friday night There will be no ad- year's class officers. The election

I Club members as special Mrs. Hugh Candler Hunt of Fer- r.' j 55 I will write High I: mission charged and the public is I I results will be given next week. !
and Joan ''' '
guests Mrs McNutt '
33gu'est nandina Beach. : -- x '< ':,: khool Echoes ,! urged to attend The songs will Ill see you then.
speaker. I 1 Miss Carmichael is a graduateof for the be of popular and classical na- t

Mrs. McNutt spoke, on modern I Henry County High School am ;ff ng part remain-I ture. Following the concert, there "To live happily in the country
art and was assisted with illustrations B.S. from ,:; and will be dance Recreation
: will receive her degree .\ ear for the I a at the r i! one mast have the soul of a poet,
by Mrs. Faith Britton, :l West Georgia College in June .. :;. school session of i Center for the members of the the mind of a philosopher the
teacher of art in the I
city's recrea- She is the of Mrs. SS ,
grand-daughter "
I ...:/ 963 G 1. Sharon I chorus and their dates. I simple tastes of a hermit anda
tion program. Joseph Allison Cowan of Conyers y ," y .. .' :;& |Gough, the form-I, The seniors have been taking good station wagon." Lee R.
Mrs, ,. McNutt began, by saying and the late Mr. Cowan, and the t ": 'r writer, did a their exams this week. They are Fleming, Zion-Benton ((111.) News.
', that most people who say they late Mr.; and Mrs. Harris Brown '' .' i eal fine job and - ---- ---- -_ ___ _Un' ____
can't stand art, really} don't Uis.PERstand Carmichael of McDonough. 45 11& jl hope that I am I
art, and that. most of Mr. Hunt, a graduate of Henry .... :.... 'able to fill her I
the artists that are accepted as : County High School and Emory k shoes. I OFFICIAL APPLICATIONFOR

masters now were harshly criti I at Oxford, is a junior at Emory The Junior-Senior Prom was .
cized and disliked in' their own i University and is employed by the big event around F. B. H. s.1 FOR

day. : I Fisher Scientific Company in. At- this week. Being a junior I mav !
The speaker gave the characteristics -i lanta. He is the grandson of Mr. N rr be prejudiced, but I think that it : GOLDEN CROWN FIESTACONTEST

of the expressionists, im- and Mrs. J. S. Hunt of McDon- s pressionists, realist, cubists' and ough and Mr. W. H. Bankstonand in many years. The members of ;
surrealists. She showed copies of ;I the late Mrs. Bankston of f1 the junior class and their spon-i
PJ'nnffs bv Gaugv'n, our first t Barnesville, Georgia.The sors worked real hard to make' PLACE: Municipal Auditorium

primitive painter, Marin, a contemporary i wedding will take place at the affair successful.
Renoir and Monet, i! the McDonough Presbyterian -1-' The National Honor Society TIME: 9:00 p.m. Thursday, June 6, 1963
impressionists; Van Gogh, an expressionist Church June twenty-ninth. held its banquet at the Sandbar I
.. REQUIREMENTS: Candidate to be married and havelived
; Matisse// a postimpressionist Restaurant last Wednesday evening -
; Picasso and Braque, I Reunion SundayFor Patricia Carman, sponsor, on Amelia Island: for six months prior to contest. i r rMail

( both cubits; and Ryder, a surreal : THE 1963!) GRADUATES HONORED, shown with Father William J. Holmes, are, from was presented with a gift from application and (photo to Mercury Kavouklis, Box i

J' ist. I Families of left to right, Miss Margaret Rhatigan and Miss Judy Rear. Back row, Terry Peterson the club. The Sandbar was invaded 149, Fernandina Bach! Fla. Phone 261-5056 or 2615849. ,;

There were also illustrations of : Eaton Myra CrewsA Kermit Keiter, Tommy Hall, Jr., J. K. Freeman and Benny Cook. Tuesday night by the young ,
the work of El Greco, Whistler, I PHOTO BY T. H. KING i ladies of the Tri-Hi-Y and the I .
: Seurat, Cezanne, Dali, Mirreau, :, reunion of the descendant! 'X I I I --- !j I Surf Restaurant served the Junior j I '

Oliveira, Pollack. She stated that and their families, of Eaton and turning home they also took a : The Parish high school I Covered Dish Supper I Honor Society for their annual: Registration Fee For Sponsor, $5.00 :.
art is changing because our civilization II Myra Crews, will be held Sun- tour of west Florida. ; j banquet. {
uates of 19t :3 honored with .
is changing. day, May 2G, at the home of Mrs > were Planned For I Last
luncheon 19th MondayBy Thursday evening, the ... .. .. .... .... I .... .
Children are sometimes able' Nellie Costa, daughter at 402 I Bill McRae, student at South! a Sunday, May by !I band presented' a successful concert Name: 'I I'S. ', .t \, .,' t-.. 4 -
i the St. Midhaels Guild with each
; I II South 3rd St.Relatives Georgia at Douglas,. spent the I Pythian Sisters in the high school auditor- %

rJ to appreciate modern art for more from Georgia and! weekend with his jjaientsMr.! 1 parent of the honorees in attend-I Pythian Sitters of Fernandina, ium. The second half of the program Address: ....._..___-....-.. .-.....--..-..-.-.....-............ .......-, :,.::....
because they don't look meanIi ance.
I and Mrs. W. M. McRae. :
Florida to attend the was presented by the Dance ,
I are expected No. 7 will have covered i
II Corsages for the girls and boutonnieres Temple a
I tugs, but enjoy colors shapes. annual affair. A cordial invitation Mr. and Mrs. W. -II. Shelnutt for the boys were given dish supper on Monday night,, ; Band. ,Mrs. J. H. Hill was the ,i jI Phone Number: __.__..._....._.._----_.__......._._----:-._.. .
Ii;1 Paintings, as poetry, should mean I is extended to all membersof ind Mr. and Mrs. II.: P. Shelnutt the graduates before entering the May 27, at 6:00: p.m. for the I I guest vocalist and did a great job

different things to different peo !! the families.I I of Roanoke, Alabama were week- church where they received Holy Knights of Pythias. I singing two solos. J (Please Print) ,,
I pIe. We owe it to ourselves to try I Rev. Ran Humphreys will be a end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Communion in a group. "Husbands of the Sisters are also The high school chorus is to I i

. to appreciate modern art, because : special guest, to bless the reunion Hamm of Amelia City. I I Reverend Father William Holmes invited and all Sisters ale urgedto present: its Spring Concert this I I! -.._- -- -.._ --.. --
modern artists are the 'sensitive and basket dinner to be served at spoke to the graduates: after attend. '
I antennae' of our times," she con one o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Murray I which Our Lady of Lourdes Circle I I :
I c:1uded.I : and children, John Lloyd and Julie I fall the funds will be there. By
was hostess for the luncheon "A pedestrian is a driver who han Thfre .
I .Mr*. Jeanette Catherwood, acting Ann, of Gainesville, Mrs. Harley served in St. Michael's Hall. 'has found a parking space." I I next, Arbor Day, the third Friday 'II
president, closed the meeting: Fink, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Head | in January, there should be real

.after presenting Mrs. McNutt and Personals and Mr. W. H. Head of Jackson- I J meaning in a proclamation, and Phone ?GI-aS19 I>. W. Roberts, Mgr. ,
MM.\ Britton with creative, arrangements ville spent Sunday, with the W. F. J we should feel the urge for Arbor : Saturday Sunday Matinees At 2:30: -One Show,
I in appreciation for Mr. and Mrs. George Loveseeare Leonards on South Fletcher Ave. j Day Ceremony. The success of a'': -- -- -.- -----

.f the program. -arrangements !j spending two weeks in Kosh- Mr. and Mrs. William Waldrop The 1 project like this can be just a be- ,';
i iI
were.made by Mrs. Jane Philips. ,, konong, Missouri with his mother, of Port Wentworth, Georgia visited einnine, a come-on to other pro- Friday Saturday ._ .
.' A social hour: was enjoyed by'' Mrs. Olive Lovesee. They are ex- during the weekend with Mr jects of beautification. i I .
those present. Punch, sandwiches, pected home about June 4. and Mrs. Boyd Kennedy GarB den Basket We are sure that all who read | "Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap"AiniOTT
and mints served. this column make a habit of reading ,,
were I lay Talbird, with the U. S. i COSTELLO
Mrs. Samuel Bailey and little i 1'I JANE SCOFIELD the Times-Union arden page : AND
I Army Engineers aboard the U. S. son, Sam, Jr., have returned to and will have noticed last Sun- "' '
GIVE FORESTS A BREAK.I Dredge Gerig, spent last weekend their home in Little Rock, Ark., day's big splash in regard to the o- .
:) with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. after visiting for three weeks Did you happen to notice in' any anybody can participate in it. I planting of flowering trees. It is : "Feudin' sAnd A.Figl1f l !

i CLEAR FIREBREAK P. Talbird. with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lan- last week's edition "-f this newspaper The Garden Basket certainly [ the big project of the incoming ad. ( ,

BEFORE BURNING! Friends of Mrs. J. C. LaViereof dress and family. tucked in among the club wishes this endeavor great success ';ministration of the Florida Federation : MARJORIE MAIN DONALD O'CONNOR

Ashville, N. C.,- former residentof Mr. and Mrs meeting write-ups, an announce-I'' and with the promise of city i I of Garden Clubs. We herein _.------ .. _n __
"'" Yf Boyd Kennedy, ment of plans made by Fernandina Beach see'm to have
\ ;1AIOI'I'' I'i Fernandina Beach, will be gladto Sr., of Savannah, Ga., are visitingfor clubs to aid in city beautification. equipment for upkeep and garden Monday '
but Sunday
j ... hear she is doing satisfactorily beat the gun! as suggested .
,\ : several days with Mr. and This was put in by Mrs. Joseph club money for a large enough i! we could begin to propagate and'Ii
I I Mission following Hospital surgery there at last Memorial week. :Mrs. Boyd Kennedy, Jr. Stubits, President of the Association start of trees to make a show, it i i raise our own material for ourselves ( "Love Is A Bail"GLENN ., ;
\ Rli of Fernandina Beach Garden has all the essentials for .
Mr. and Mrs Wayne Stuart of produc- and for our civic projects.Our '
; \\,' ,, ,'\\1,1' Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper and Mrs. Richmond, Virginia returned to Clubs, which is composed of the ing beauty for our town. We own project is just a start!: FORD CHARLES KOYER :
\'I.e c.- Joe of Ashville N. C. motor- seven women's garden clubs. We watched with much satisfaction .
1 / King their home there Thursday after and it would be nice to have material HOPE LANGE II'
I ti nti '..J 1 to Lakeland recently where having spent the past 10 days I think it deserves some fanfare, the other night about tweny-five I j coming along. Aristole tells TLCIINICOI.OU1'ANAVISION I
1'W1 1l" they; visited with Mrs. King'sdaughter with Mr. Stuart's mother, Mrs. not because it isn't what the gar- clubbers ante up a dollar each for : us, "He who sees things grow ;' .,1' .
,11 / .(Parol J, a student at Louise Stuart at the home of Mr den clubs should' be doing but be- the cause in about ten minutes. It from the beginning will have the .
t' ]Florida Southern, arid before re- cause it i iS a coordinated, con looks like by planting time next I best view of them." t .
-- and Mrs. Frank Durshimer on certed effort of the clubs to work -- ._ n. __ n__ .
South 18th Street.
} with the city in a beautificationproject.

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I Ry Stork.Club Heretofore, at least of recent : ) v> w. 'i,' ;i.4. : .' ..i', j OWEN and CROCKER bring

/i 1 :' t ., I years, each club has acted as an .
\TWICE' independent unit in carrying out
AS lI I Mr and Mrs. William Weaver civic endeavors, most of them I

1 .,' I announce the birth of a son, having specific plots around town ; A NEW CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC. .
EXCITINatJ James William, on May 7 at to beautify, contacts with city officials -

I Humphreys Memorial Hospital. : being made by as many
The little lad weighed 8 Ibs. 3% civic chairmen as there are clubs.
I .
: Graduati ozs. Mrs. Weaver is the former One can well imagine that this TO KINGSLAND And SURROUNDING AREA
/ Day i Miss Helen Abels, daughter of I was taxing on the time and patience .
i I ? Mrs. Katherine Abels. Paternal : of the officials who, while

.. ,. I grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. they welcomed and needed the S
I WITH M. L. Weaver. help of the clubs, are pretty busy
___. people.

:i CGIFTS : Scout Troop 213 Some months ago, Mr. Beard,

I t OF To Meet May 27 hearing joint meeting that of there the was garden to be clubs a I 0 Renordless what your condition has been

I : For Swim TryoutsBoy to discuss the pros and cons of a I called .
ARROW"FASHIONS I flower show, sent an offer to the LS
I Scout Troop 213 will hold group to the effect that he would! 'I',. No matter how long you have suffered.
',r i a Patrol Leaders Council and like to meet with representative!
I I Board of Review meeting Tridaysvening from each club from time to time
I i at 7 p.m. to discuss and plan civic beauti | ; Find out now if you arc a

4111/ Make hisgraduation ,I Since the Boy Scout Jubilee, fication as it concerned the gars chiropractic: case Remember -
,I ? t I regularly scheduled-for Saturdayat den! clubs. The local, garden clupissoc'ation
t a the City Ball 'Park, has been ; is so loosely organiz4 4 : if you are too busy to

I double celebration canceled, all troop members are I I its purpose of existence have! a take care of your health
with wonderful to report Mondayn'May 27, be- ;ni* been solely for.the production,
Arrow gifts. And, ween the hours of 4Jo 6 p.m. 1 to of flower shows, that it took i"et ,
what1 smart start Sandy DeSandro at"th Recreation the approval of the clubs fOf': .
r '' these handsome Center. This will be tryouts for i new endeavor. Finally, the ; I
i to a fashions lend to he swim meet to 69 held May 3' .I meeting with Mr. Beard was helird 11'< CAN!
new careers. Our it the Recreation Center swim- the plans formulated hay< '

topoftheclassselections ning pool..All members are urged Seen carried back to the clubs an< t
include o bring their bathing: trunks. mproved.
t shirts for dress and Committee memb r9 are invite This first combined civic meet : ,. :

: casual wear in o attend Friday's council meet 'ng proved that there was a nee< : HELP YOU 'L > :?/" .
y classic white, soft '"jr.: 'or such a get-together, for thcn DR. C. R. CROCKER '. t:" k' /, .
1 ""Rrt. ""ctacre ,.... 4 $ ,, ,J,
t 4'; t. tones and patterns : a: mos;:t as;: many' "u;:;, I .
"S d distinctive Jr.-High Elementary areas for beautification as ther .I Very likely, if there is a nerve pressure present. Call < > J .

4A' : L neckwear...quality LUNCHROOM MENU'S that ire clubs.many It were had to not be feasible explaine al us for an appointment. We will make a pressure pattern \ :!,< ';
F handkerchiefs. All '
designed with the .MAY 27.31 his time from the standpoint ol of your spine.
the city.. South lath Street to thE 1
$ i$1 famed
Monday: Hamburger / bun "tle of the City Limits was de "
r .. know-how that HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
diced tomatoes, dill(. pickles, sna -ded as the best area in wh'ch Ito rS-L
makes a man look 'cans, '4 apple, brownie and fc make a beginning. Flowering i
and feel hisconfident int milk. \} trees were chosen, with the sugestion i An average of from six to eight weeks, extreme cases

best Tuesday Cold cuts, potato of redbud and dogwood j
f : I may take longer. Many are relieved in a few days.
alad, pineapple salad on lettuce 'or spring bloom, and crape-my
t r and butter. rtle for summertime beauty. The
Dress shirts, English; peas, rolls
from $*-23 "ruit cobbler and % pint milk. garden clubs are to pay for the HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?

8 I Wednesday: Chicken Pileaa trees, the City to plant and water

3 r .' Sport shirts, abbage and carrot salad, frozen hem. Fair size trees to grow off 1 This depends upon each case. The cost is nominal
from $4-00 will be used and it wa'
lackeye peas, rolls and butter, rapidly when compared with conventional methods. There is DR. T. A. WEN
and milk. estimated that from a hundred'to
1 Ties, from $1.30 umpkin pie % pint
hundred and fifty trees
Thursday: Sloppy foes: toss: a no charge for consultations. .
Handkerchiefs the
it should be bought to
d salad, Mexican: corn, applesauce
.: ti .J A from! 33c cake and % pint milk nroject
% The idea of planting the trees
Friday: Fish sticks, tart OpeningMonday May 27th
broccol' is memorials was initiated be-
frY .auce, parsley potatoes, ,
II r/cheese sauce, rolls and butter. cause some of the clubs wished to

ello w/fruit, cookie and *j pint ask members for donations rather APPOINTMENTS ARE BEING ACCEPTED BY PHONE
I '
nilk. than take the money from the
Y club treasury, and it has the advantage Hours Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9-12 A.M. 2-6 P.M.

.. POET'S LAMENT of allowing members todd I
u:t trees as occasions arise when 1

) pity the poor drip-dried poet they would like to make memor- I KINGSLAND CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC
H PARTIN'SATLANTIC r 'Vhose writing is none too' adroitf al gifts. You may have noticed
I he tries to fly high}' that Mrs. Stubiti made it clear ,

.... 'he linotype guy hat the gift of memorial trees 131 KING STREET (Associated With Owen Chiropractic Clinic of Jacksonville, ) t -
; t 1H UE PHONE 261-4241 )oes something to cause him to is not confined to garden club
< KLXGSLAND, GA. (Complete Facilities For Colored ) Phone 7295644Garden
: blow.it. members. It is a city project
f : Herbert Luke .- spear-beaded by the garden clubs,! .




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PageSL Ncvrj-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday May! 23, 19G3 coast the waters rose so rapidly kit r"tF !t n rf :'ell JI\een! OC fort i .i miore bwatne n(. .,
._- I FLORIDA 1 100 :YEARS AGO the people had to climb to the top midshipman, the purser's clerk, cessary t r 'J seltliem: and they
of live oak trees_ by means of and the pilot The exact cause cf are now at arge on the island.

!FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK __ ropes'and remain there for nearlyten i the explosion is not yet known,, Many of. the. captains and supercargoes -.
May 20 The DeSoto late this; to seize and send in for adjudica- hours until help arrived The but according to the ship's cook | of blockade-running '

i afternoon discerned the smoke of: I tion all such as may have violated Salt works on East Rh'er'e "the chief engineer, who was car. vessels have been captured for the
: fI Vnun
toW USUALLY TAKEN MUSTS a steamer southeast of Pensacola, I the blockade or as ,may afford a been, almost completely destroyed ried on shore by him and by some second or third time, and for the.
: OCCASIONALLY CAUGHT and gave chase. The suspected reasonable ground for assumption I' and i it will take at least- a I others of the crew, and who survived ; lack of proper prisoner accommodations -

I On11nl\ WITH HOOK AND LINE blockade runner "threw over I that they; intend doing so. You month to get these factories In some three or four hours,, have been released"
rM GOOD TO EAT EGGS ", board portions of her cargo, but' will put in to the Tortugas for |I operation again. I said that the cause was by there Bailey also reports that since he
i : ARE MOM AS CAVIAR err she finally escaped by favor of supplies of coal and water .The The gunboat Chattahoochee exploded ': being no water in the boilers, and I took command "43 vessels ,have

fiS ES the night. It is suspected that ., quartermaster at Fort Jefferson her boilers today on the that the donkey engine was just ;; been captured b; the vessels of.
\ she was the blockade runner Ma has been directed by the commanding !Appalachicola River today killing then started to fill them when the this squadron and declared good
\ t r tagorda. general to issue you with some sixteen persons and wounding accident occurred." prizes; others have been released

May 21 The U. S. S. Union these articles. While cruising you several others. The bodies of'' The Confederate river steamer : by the court, and others still destroyed -
today seized the blockade running I will be as economical with your I twelve have been recovered and William H. Young is carrying the i, at Indian River and others I

.. ... 5 Zt" British schooner Linnet just west i coal as is consistent with an instant ,- identified, among them is the body''' captain and six men from'the destroyed ,.,'[ places along the cost. Many priaes s
I of Charlotte Harbor. ; of readiness to chase any of Mr. Fagan, an officer of the : Chattahoochee up as far have been sent in by the West
-t" L 5 22 Small boats from vessel that may come in ight" i'engineer corps. The disaster hap- as Ocheslee. The dead will be India and West Gulf Squadrons,
May :
f .<-r:r-' THE 5TUR6EON IS A U. S. S. Fort Henry captured the : A heavy'tropical storm struck pened in the vicinity of Allen's buried at Chattahoochee, and the making the number that have ,
5 ROSS -I': LIVING FOSSIL LOOK- sloop Isabella in Wacasassa Bay. the whole Gulf Coast area this Bluff, just as the boat was get-,, wounded who can travel will go I come in for adjudication since
M- :: INS LIKE ANCESTORS : evening considerable damage ting ready to to Columbus 1 1853 to be 70."
I OF BONY "r i She is enroute to Key West for causing : move upstream. Georgia. I January ..,
PLATES -- THAT LIVED 10MILUOU adjudication, along with nearly 3- to property. Crops in the immediate I May 28 Further details have Federal Admiral Bailey reports f f '
LINE r ay YEW AGO 9 GR.OWS 000 pounds of corn taken from a vicinity of Tallahassee' I now become available on the from Key West that in additionto As a result of res aafc is the
SLOWLY TAXING ABOUT Confederate flatboat on May 14, }were damaged twenty per cent: events leading up to the explosion the destruction of the Cuba, detection and treatment of cancer,
BY i. 3.0 YEARS TO MATURE but has commenced leaking so I and the amount of property lost I of the Confederate gunboat I II the U. S. S. DeSoto capturedseven : half of those who develop' the "

9 AN ANADROMOUS FISH badly that she will put up in Tam on the coast is estimated to be at I Chattahoochee yesterday At noon I II more vessels during its recent -i disease can now be saved. The
I ASCENDS FLORIDA'SFRESti pa Bay. Lieutenant CommanderA. leas $500,000. Mules, horses, oxen, I she was lying at anchor at voyage. Four of these were American Cancer Society says

A. Semmes, U. S. S. Tahoma,, carts, and wagons are lost and r Blountstown Bar with steam up, taken in one day, May 25, in the that many lives are lost to cancer'
I WATER /VEIS TO expresses the view that neither : destroyed, which will be .difficultto i ready to run back to the town of Gulf of Mexico. because of late detection and,,

:. SPAWN YOUM RETUKtJTO the Isabella, nor the corn, which replace, and about forty or Chattahoochee, from which place Admiral Bailey says that shipsof treatment. Support the American
SALT tVATtt TO GROW was damaged, is "worth the ex- ; fifty thousand bushels of salt she had come the day previous.The his blockading squadron have Cancer Society's programs of research -

9 RECORD MIGHT 811 pense of a trial, even if she couldbe have also been ruined. It i is be- men were at dinner when captured so many vessels recently education and sen ice.

LB 5."lENGTH 14 FT. gotten to Key West." The Isa, : lieved that between twenty to I suddenly she exploded, killing 18, he has more prisoners on his I
BARBELS- f 1 bella's crew escaped except for I: thirty lives were lost. On Dick- and wounding seriously some 10 hands at Key West than he can "When the bread won't rise

ATLANTIC one old man "whose extremity erscn's.! Bay nineteen persons were or J2 others and, a few slightly.,She propsi'ly care forr "We have ono nowadays it's tune to repair thtolster. j'
MOUTH Li-) ,. --- prevented his running." drowned, and six others at Goose eighteen, and a few slightly.. She fit, place to confine them, nor Clnthey : ." Lloyd S. Waters,
> Creek. At one farm along the sank that afternoon. Among the accommodate them at the Mountain Home (Ida.) New>,
] PROJECTS L I KEA ,a The U. S. S. Sunflower arrived 1-- ---- --- .
TUBS 70 SUCK U?FOOD FROM THE' this afternoon at Key Wes '
BoTTC4II The U. S. S. Huntsville has to- !

I FLO KID A GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION day put in at Key West transporting -
+ .___._ thirty-two prisoners. Theyare
r.J off the Cuba, sunk a few days I II
"One reason politics makes I ago steamer in the Union.Gulf, and the Spanish i! .

such strange bedfellows is that May 23 Governor Milton, ina
all kinds of people enjoy the, same t ar ;Lyg letter to President Davis, protested '
bunk." Orville Campbell, The z the action of the Confed I !

Chapel Hill (N. C.) Weekly. 1 ssgy Y r.a I erate Congress which reduces the BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE'
number of overseers who are exempt -

BE CAREFUL from conscription. The Governor -,, .
r 'I'b4. bi argues that not only will it
tJ'd, WITH FIRE. weaken the Confederate army by

YOU CAN'T i ,:," "t.. -.:.. reducing its food supply but it '
also directly conflicts with Florid -, NEWS-LEADER THIS WEEK !
'\r BUY BACK 'i law, which requires at least :
}CY one white male adult, either owner I ,, I
or overseer, to reside on any
fr1 plantation where slaves live. The !!
; 'I '
that the Act
Governor says i "1 \
errs in its basic assumption that "
there are enough able men over "
i END ; !r7pd to as conscripted I .
X 4 145 years serve _\ .
overseers. This i is not so, at least \" "
I iyrl >$ in Florida where most competentmen I pUif % "1(0. "

I over 45 are in Confederate
Y .
.RAKlNG service, either as volunteers or as ''

I overseer's substitutes for wage younger in Florida men. An is I A\sJ .'r W "', .
from $200 to $COO per year, but :
''as a substitute he could receive I 1
4hSHOWN from $500 to $5000. Hence, the (1. : '

I, lure of money, Milton argues, and '
the belief in a short war has encouraged I
most capable older men
I I : I .
It ''in Florida to enter military ser 1, i I" 1
I the 1I I
vice. The Governor assures
President that Florida overseersare
\ I II II I not members of rich families'] '
I attemptin to avoid conscription 1 JSa ', e Yt. ]
who have distinguished --
I but are "poor men
I 1I themselves for their
ABOVE IS A SCENE from "Love Is A Ball" t. and integrity"May 1
I industry_ ,
shewing Sunday and Monday: r at the, Ilan Theatre. 24 The Federaa bear I 1 .
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that there is a sizeable contingentof ,

Too Late To Classify at Confederate Fort Gadsden troops on the stationed Apala- !: S T

I with new chicola River. I -
of vessel loaded with
w I BY RUSSELL KAY Learning a ,
cotton on the river about forty-

TA R I Electricity.e don't know working. Fortunately I had enoughto five miles north of Apalachicola! ,

what it is but when we are denied get to the hospital and back. I the commander of the U. S. gunboat -

\ its services even for a short 1 At the Tampa General,the electric -I Port Royal off ApalachicolaBay I

time we realize how much we doors didn't work and it took I last evening dispatched a, I. ,
have come to depend upon it. i power and brawn to push the boat expedition with orders to.

I I Recently a. Tampa Electric I doors open. Then the elevatorswere I capture the sloop. The expeditionwas
II Company major power failure set deader than door nails,' 1 successful and the sloop Fashion -
Tampa :and, surrounding areas on I had to walk up five flights of i having on board fifty bales ,
their ears for several hours. I stairs and it nearly killed me. Icouldn't of sea-island cotton, was taken.A j I ":. ,
PICKS UP CLIPPINGS barge was also destroyed, as The News-Leader/
got a double dose since my wife breathe normally for 30 I
LEAVES & DEBRIS was in the hospital and I was minutes. I was the facility at Davit's Elbow ,
where the Fashion had repaired.May .,
".Takes the hardest work out of batching it and depending upon I The wife, much improved was : R. B. l-
\ ..mowing! Vacuum sweeps your electricity for just about every sitting up in bed listening to the I 2G The Honorable Florida t
I .lawn as it mows. Bag clamps thing. I radio, J. had given her my batt- Hilton has returned to )
on-off from Richmond. lie has not yet
.'for easily;opening expands Our home is just about as electrified tery set when she went to the I I' .
easy dumping. Lightest announced himself as a candidatefor
"elght, highest powered, I as you can get one. We hospital, and she didn't have a'' re-election, but the Tallahassee -,
easiest handling and easiest I depend upon electricity for cooking care in the world.
indicates it will YOUR
I i Sentinel support SHOPPING
starting. hot water, shaving, toasters,
I The organ at the church was I him if he does: "He has ,attained I .
e. waffle irons, air conditioners, [ .
r Dot putting out, and with the ,aid' a position of influence in I II
and radio tele
washing drying, ,
f O t I vision, vibrator chair, heat, re of a pitch pipe the choir did the I I Congress, not hastily acquired,

frigeration, dish washer, to say best they could. When I got, in II and we hope he will consent to
another term and let us
nothing of lights.It my car to go home the batterywas
.1 was a grand and glorious dead. I walked a mile to a reap ience."the benefit of ,his exper- : :
i Spring morning, I arose blessing filling station and asked if they A letter from a soldier, published H : : ,

a.. I Mother Nature for her generos could recharge it. They couldn't in the Floridian and Journal GUIDE !
ity. I put the perculator on for asks why "the good people of
V no juice but they were kind
coffee and set the toaster,
-CONVERTS IN A JIFFY up I Leon County are not following
I then I started to read the I I enough to send a man with a
paper. of different ...
SIDE DISCHARGESnap I the example of the citizens i
; ::fOR The lights went out, the air con i booster to get me started. I drove and ,
: I counties in Georgia
i : off grass catcher chute. : ditioner sank without trace, Icouldn't 25 miles charging my battery and for the I
having: public
.nap on converter plate and because electric saw a lot of Tampa I had not "' 111
my in In the of better ard.
assisting of the government newspapers news
for .
.clippings are discharged onto seen
needed juice, there was years.According I fThere's
razor : bacon!" Madison County ..
the lawn. No tools needed.ee I procuring u, .
it today! no hot water, the refrigerator was I to our electric clockI I'' is doing her duty in this respect -I products and services is as important much significance in this '
: as silent as a tomb, the waffle got home before I left as it was according to the letter which ; ,
'...'. rift $10995 iron colder than a polar out of business. Then a neighbor I
... iwNN I ; reports a meeting there where modern that of
I r to today's family as for local advertisers. the -
.ar Ala bear's nose, and I was back in pounded on the door because the prices were fixed for bacon and For only in
the stone age. fool bell wouldn't ring. He want i '
EASY TERMSFIRESTONE' i But I had to >get to the hospital I' ed to know if my electricity was : a brought committee to the appointed government to have agent it current events or features concerning newspaper can people of all age and .

R to look in on Mama. My car start- off. He got the answer in all, the I "Could this not be done in Leon '
ed like a charm but at every I languages including the Scandi Soldiers like to eat meat as wellas home and family, food and fashion, income groups find the information :

traffic. light motorists were glar- navian. I those who stay at home. Some

I EACH SUPPLY ing at each other four ways because I Don't get me wrong, I'm not thing of the kind ought to be hobbies and health. and inspiration so necessary for good ,
I the lights weren't working.I griping, I know these things JoI I done. Can you not suggest sometime -
slipped into the gas station happen. Maybe it is a good thing For the medium, .
118 ATLANTIC AVE i I for a meeting? newspapers are by Citizenship and for the enjoyment of
no soap the gas pumps weren'tVi | to make us realize how fortunate I The Federal steam tender Eu- '
--.. ---- -- ---- --- -- -- i i we are and it gives us an oppor- genie has been ordered to duty in which most people shop. t No other a better wqy of life. ,

r '- tunity to count our blessings. the Gulf of Mexico.It I II
.. power was off nearly four hours I' is announced that "The .
a medium supplies the and detail And because newspapgrsqain their
I variety -
add it cost the.. Tampa Electric spian Entertainment" will be .

= Company: our $10,000 an hour in given, in Tallahassee: by ladies I I '
DISTillED WATER lost revenue. I probably saved from Jefferson and Madison Coun (
.. 30c but it was surely grand when ties, aided by their Tallahassee ,.
they restored and I could prices and benefits and advertisers are provided IH \
.. power friends, on the evening of Tues- compare : newspaper
return to the soft life to which I "
j day and Wednesday June 2 and '
= GALLON (No Deposit) 35c I had become accustomed.. 3, for the benefit of soldiers' fam- choose the comforts and convenien-. the .most productive medium of com- ,;

ilies. They will present an adapt
I tion df Shakespeare's King Lear, ces that 'make for a full living standmunication with customers. .. I :.
j More school Children die from I the burlesque Bombastes Furioso,
j GALLON (Deposit Bottle) $1.50 I cancer: each year than from any and Tampa, the latter an early I I.

other disease. About half of them | melodrama founded on the early I II
die from leukemia, which is cancer ( incidents in the history of Flor- .
of the blood-forming tissues. :ida. The charge is $1 for adults ; Fernandina Beach NewsLeaderPHONES

j !; The American Cancer Society is I and 50c for children. I
: HAR.DEE BROS. spending more money for rettarth i May 27 The U. S. S. Sunflower ,
l on leukemia than is any other has received orders today !

1!voluntary health organization. from Admiral Bailey to proceed
I' ATLANTIC AVENUE Help to continue this research by to the Tortugas, where it will rig i : 261-3686 261-3687

-. supporting the Society's 1963 antly "overhaul and examine all j
Cancer Crusade. vessels you may fall in with, and I,


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rNOTICE That would make Newa-Leader, Femandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 23/1963' Page Seven
OF TAX SAL! 'an. S epubll- ___w_
High-Lights ans from Palm Beach County,

he other two being elected afterae ed why a $5 million allotment for I I The press members also can be I

Notice it hereby given that on the tat day of June 1083. at 11:M roan at the governor fired Sheriff Martin Dade County was not included. To found nearest the bar at the free : Now Is The Time To
City Hall. Fernandma Iteacfa. County of Nassau State of Florida tax certificates BY JANICE SWEA1FHi
; : will be sold on the following described lard to pay the amount due !e.llenberger, to have tha Senate get 14 more votes for the bill, feds I Remodel
for taxes herein set opposite the same together with the costs of such sale Because of winning the de. ,ring him back in office. If the I was the reply. I Cabint members. They can be or Repair

and advertising fOiL merit race, Mr. :enate hadn't done that, Palm i! With an increased urban vote seen in the lobbies splitting their

Amount oi "'? Powell's homeroom A each County probably would.ave ; in the House, and some decreasein I sides laughing. They get 'elected

I Taxes fr' I was treated lost its two good represen- number of the medium-sized 1 1 every four years anyway, so their 4136bionlhs}
Mock Lot Owner and costs
3 23 thru 23 (f. \\'. Christopher 11.76 ': i by the school l Letter ativesR, Democrats Emmett Ro..1! county representation, indications: I main worry is to try to see how

I 19 thru 26 Charles A. Hall 4 Wife 2.08 ; !"to a trip to Ma. Capitol ,erts and Jerry Thomas. are the ban-rural issues will become i much money they can talk the
4 N'j of 27 thru 30 Charles A. Hall & Wife 42.SW ? I and .
into The
7 1 thru 7 Ethel Taylor 1:IB t rineland. Sites of And you can add the impeachment more more prominentand legislature spending. To Pay
a SIt of 1ft thru 14 D..W. Perkins 4.31 ,. .,l. interest, such as BY JERRY MOCK proceedings against that Re- heated. belly laughs come when the leg .

8 NH of 10 thru! 1* Ceorge 4 Lizzie Christopher 61.18 the fantastic Ma- TALLAHASSEE The Florid publican judge down in Pasco islature tries to find out whereto :
IN'. of 27 thru :g. '
N!, of E 7' of 30 Christine ),I. Clark .93 k rineland pools of Legislative has been busy in tht bounty. That will bring a few Tallahassee It sometimes is find that money. Fernandina Lumber

It $!; ,of 1 & Lot M Charles F. Rogers 2927 ; fam vjs! porpoises 1063 session working up a pro housand more Republican votes, difficult to tell the cast of the Freshman legislator. Thfs group & Supply
litnnie Ellerson 1436
13 10 1 9 &:, 34 1. D, Hirth 12246 were enjoyed gram that could bring a few mort egardless of the outcome. current legislative comedy without usually comes somewhere betweentwo South! 3rd Sf.Jh"ne 2613641

11 19 &: 20 Jessie & Stella Hadsot 1.89 oy all that at- seats to the small but growing All in all the Legislature has a list of character. Here is a extremes. On one end is the 1
li. 4 Reba J. McMahon 187 I __
13 10 thru 13 George
UN" 25 Diana -H. 4 A. R. Clark. Jr. 1.26 tended. Mr. Powell said, and I strength of the Republicans. jiven the Republicans a pretty I i partial listLegislator. guy who listens to the advice of -- u -

22 14 & E 32: of 15 Katherirrt H. Askins 2.3 I I quote, "Even porpoises can learn!" : One Republican bill is this un road head start towards the next He spends considerable the veterans and keeps his mouth

I 28 26 13 12 r Laura Bennie Ellerson Ellerson 4.49 1.13 Everyone in his room reported pledged elector proposal wherebj election. time and effort to get elected shut. He is usually replaced the

24! Nit tit $ It Lot 2 Dan H. Nagel 9.69 I they had a wonderful time. Glad it could work out that a Republican at home to come to Tallahasseeand next election. The other end is halt'

31:31 I 11& J.t thru 18 Albert Florrie Hirth Williams 1368 2.01 you all could go. : cant vote for a Republicanfor Tallahassee At a recent see how much money he can: the guy who thinks his hometown

32 S Vf of 14 Ernest W. 4 Ann Lee Freeman 1.79R i Next on the activities before President. tress conference Coy Farris Brymt spend in a two-month period. He reporter was sent to Tallahassee I

33 11 D. Roberts (Est) 15.93. summer is exams and graduation.Good I As a matter of fact there isnv: indicated the specter of sectionalism ; usually will tell you he's a conservative to be his (the freshman's) own I "
34 E: 54' of 1 Allan W. Cook & Wife 27 89 I
34 S': of 3 Emily Commodore (Est) 3.11 luck everyone with your much of anything that can makea has been fading in Flor- but that term appliesto publicity agent. This one also I

:, M: RN: of W 3/4 of 4 Florrie Williams: 181 exams! Republican more furious than da. :il some other county than his or gets his in the long run, but, un I InsectsON

:34 31 S'i EN cf of 6 7 Joshua Charles &Cover Emma Dove 235 172 Tins will be my last column andI denying him the right to vote foi From events of the past few some other project than his. ;fortunately, sometimes lasts longer i

I I f' 33 Si, of 5 K. C Crisp 43.67 I want to take this opportunityto II Nelson Rockefeller for president.It's lays, it would appear that the I Porkchopper. He is a memberof than the other extreme. AZALEAS, CAMELLIASGARDEtUAS.
40 N'i of 4 Walter: L. & Mary: K. Champion 124 that Nelson has much '
41 N q of 5 Arthur C Markham 2.12 thank everyone who read my governor may: have been on the Florida's exclusive establish Taxpayer. He can be found at CITRUS

al c': olE'J a Arthur C. & Flora C. Markham 6273. I aricles. Thanks to all of you who support in Florida. As a matterof jptim'stic side. ment in the Senate. He can be the exciting functions such as the I I

48 45 NE 1/3 of 8 of 8 C.W.B.A.. Ingram 4 J. M. Pinckley 44.01 4.14 furnished me with news. I've en- fact, Barry Goldwater from If the issue of the urban as op. identified usually by his portly first day when the governor SPRAY

52 f.',' of 2 Vernon S. Simpson 24.10 I joyed writing the column and out in Arizona undoubtedly wouldbe Josed to the rural elements in- manner, the fistful of proxy votes makes his speech and the legislature ISOTOX & VOLCK TOGETHER

*. 1" N 85' of 8 .' ........ Carl D. & Velma 0. Gileo 5944 209 I hope that the lucky person next the top Republican choice in ?olves sectionalism, evidence is he carries around to committee begins. Truth is the legislature -
71 2 Simon Kirrg IN ONE QUICK OPERUIOUIUse { !
71 5 Joseph Simmons %.01 year will enjoy it as much as I this state. .his has intensified rather than meetings. never does anything the I

73 4 11. .D. Roberts (Est) 1835 I have. But the Republicans would vote diminished. Lambehopper. This is a rather first day, waiting for the tax- the ORTHO Sffiy-Etta: Spry
S ,c' of !S Jan Jul. Inc. 21
11It and it makes them the correct formulation automat
E td of N 15' of 3 Joshua Dove 449 Thanks to all!! Bye.WinnDixie for Nelson, It is true a certain amount of ill-advised term for a group of; payer to go home. Then the legislator
83 3 T. C. Herring 743 I squirm at even the thought of being starts to work and does ically. ISOTOX Garden Spay provides
banding of the
together .
80 N'4 'of 5 Willie W. 4 Rosa A. Williams 2..01I denied the right to vote for a legislators persons on outs. They compose work in the insect fighting lindaw, ma-!
,/ St! :f of 7 Orion J. Lawrence %..23n occurred in the current session,, a club mostly because theydon't his most important athion and DOT. VOLCK Oil Spray,
t 1 Dianna Roberts 1489. Opens guy they don't like, as long ashe's along with the three previous apportionment belong to the establishment, wee hours when all the taxpayershave I also an i insecticide: helps ctau-
M '
M N of 4 Chl'j.tilRogers
?!? !S', fit 1 .. Joseph Simmons Jr. 2.23 a Republican. special sessions. Leg- or porkchop club. A lambchopper gone to bed.Smokey cars adhere to I leaf surfaces.

84 N 75 of < W. A. 4 Julia Pinckley W.07 New Supermarket Of course, there are Democratsin lators, for instance, from Es- can be spotted at the tail end of n
\ H c'0'. nf 7; N 2? Of I' W. A. 4 Julia Pinckley 6007 : the same boat. The jolly sena- i'
tambia and counties in the I most committee table. lie aLo
1l" Bay
125 .3 4 12 Mrs. John Cox 1 06 any
r ,
Irvine L. K. Edwards Says:
Francis P. Tocco 3725 I tor from those from Brevard be 4b : ..-
W It e. rjorth joined I can distinguished during the B
126:! S>, of 14 & Lot 15 Irene S. Thompson 29.97 BeachDoors has said more than once he would
At and Lake in Central Florida because he .
Neptune : in at. voting is almost in.
> S. 31.81 I OIC*
121 N of 14 .1 13 Irene Thompson vote for most kind of Demo- I
1.' ..4:1'. ft' 11U Louise 4 Josephine Sbley 397 any tempting; to take control of the variably on the losing side. trffcnf ii.::. : DM
James Durham 1.80 crat. K..ANO THAT\ *N3T All-WS PF.DfCOSKl '
,Nl; of 8 :
I Senate. This might be termed a Governor. This is the they
125:! 5 42' of 1 Fairly F. Styron 1.38 were opened todayat b I guy I ONE Of 1k e f AlT WfMlES OF OUR .11.1
of this
17 N', of 10 1 Vincent & Annette Williams 21.13 ultra modern supermarket Another illustration reduction in sectionalism. !let the people elect so the legislator k_ RR 55-n! AN ENEMY WHICH TAU0 I .,.... ,
13S 7 & W C' oi 8 Frances L. &: Stanley E. Wblte, Sr.138 located at 1209 At- drive for the Republicans is that |B4t, reapactediy, during the can hay someone to blame ,S OIIRWDCPIAM ALMOST WMtUl A3 u \4- C-.Li' .

131 '11 4: 12 Rosa Lee Bryant 69.84 lantic Blvd., Neptune Beach, Flor party loyalty bill. The idea was present session, many representa- for their problems. He often won A ESCLTCf iM"EIFSStif: 3.. ; t..lli..T"" .O'lhiJI U;,," "' '''.

10 N't cf 2 William B. Kittrell &: Wife 1.35 the needs of this to correct a situation that exist- eves from the urban areas have ders why he ever went to all the 1' .I .. I ..
r Josiah ft brie Mixon 7209 I ida. Recognizing .
141 4 : ed back when Florida was a one- ,
cooperated in those from trouble to his .n "
1'? Si, of 8 10 MrCollough I%.45 fast growing area, Winn-Dixi opposing get job, especiallyon .I --2 We A Complete Line
143 N'', of 1 k l. Leo McCnllough 51.COTommle has erected its finest store, designed party state, where everyone had the smaller counties. the gruelling trips to Rio and Carry fftrt-..
144 V ; (If 5 Lee ft A. S. Oliver .79 to be 100 cent loyal to hold a I. ,
per An aHem! to chaise the distribution Paris and Tokyo. '
1'fl N'' of 8 Thomas Alhertie Jr. S4 to provide the last word in of Orlho Products .:
i 2201 party office. The bill was to makeit of tax to the Aide. This is the behind : 7
147 S', of 8 Sarah Williams customer convenience and com. gas money guy ......,.
147 ,S it of 8 Albtrtie Roberts 81.63 I 90 per cent loyalty.: The bill founds; brought coalition forces the scenes who does all the work
14* 8 N4 of 7 Josiah Mixon 117 67 I fort.
11q<< fi 38' ftf SIB of 8 Buell M. Crisp 25.12: of was watered down in hopes it I Of.b'g and small counties in op for the legislators and others. He Five Points Grocery

1W ..13 &: S ?V lit 14 &: 13 Harvey L. 4 Myrtle L. Splvey 73.83 J. H. Guthrie, Jr., manager would get through. It was fur position. got his job through political acumen __
1U.7 8 4 25 thru 23 C. Edwin.& Mae lUrth 10521 the new Winn-Dixie store has ther watered down to make it o.k. I & HardwareFive 4
t III' K 14 Elbe 5' Freeman 321 this store The recent fight over dividing and hard work. Also his ire MAAAE SAq
154.17! thru 20 Amy Benjamin 23.38 been watching new if a guy was just a little bit disloyal I Lake Okeechobee brought these father controls half the votes in

1M }\ A 23H7 Mary Morris 127Clarem 3.81 grow with anticipation. Now his I before, but require him to races into play. Sen. Ralph the county. Points Ph. 261-3203
11 12 Mary Morgan the most
H7' 10 A :?0IV 4 Huglt Johnson 45.70H customers can shop in 100 per cent loyal to the party in i Blank of Palm Beach County, after Secretary. This is the person _. --- -- --- --
,J2 & 13 V. Runes. a 21 modern, convenient manner. Theycan his voting from now on. Nobody losing his fight/ to keep most hired by the legislator to protect ,o u4cs

1,71 J JMl ,> 4 10'' Elbe Verdie S.Thomas Freeman 22.34 1.08 breeze down the aisles or cheer-shopat I has said what will happen to I of the lake in his county, pointedcut him from the taxpayer. If you I Trade At Horne

JJ t. 12 J. C. 4 Willie Merle Heaters 1.32 their leisure. This bright, those unpledged electors if they the division in the Senate. The don't believe this try to call a Thanks Senator-for reminding
1M 2 thru 4 Constance S. Gateuood Est( ) 1854 ful Winn-Dixie has thousands i careful! .
new all the Presumab- us to be .
unpledge way. "
'I -7 11 Elbe S. Freeman 14.36 16 senators voting or paired a- legislator some time. (Sometimesa
1')IMllft 9 V>rmta Edwards! 1.CT of tempting menu t ly this will make them disloyaland I ainst the lake bill represent 3-, phony gets on the payroll --- --- --
\ ;11 WlUard W, H Je-uie'1.. Rowland 15H right at the customers finger tips. unworthy of the party office. of Florida's
108,43 ft 4 Shirley 4: Itartma Ann Reed 36 OSJfthn I 800,000 4,950,000 people though, who thinks her boss is !
111 .1 A D. 4 11. 1. Cnleman 111 Long time Winn-Dixie employees Then there was another bill to I Blank pointed out. The 25 supposed to serve the public. She Custom Made

' 178.11 & 12 Flijjh W. 4 EWse Flemmuaf 1..7(1(il will, staff the new store, J. H. take the party qualifying money senators vho favored the bill is in danger of becoming a pest, ,
Alice Turner 1 75 I
David &
111 S lit 7
12 dub i A 4 n of 2; Guthrie, Jr., ,store manager; J. from the counties and give it to i along with four others who did thou h, and often lasts only one F Siip Covers Drapes,

f C D of 2 Henry richer 2.3 Purcell, market manager; and J. the parties. This met a storm of ,not vote, represented about a million session.) .
?"14 -N W of S 5 7*' rf C ftf 1 Edwin L. & R. L. Brooks 123 plus the counties who S FINEST MATERIAL
Hunter produce ;
i manager indignation
214 "N 50' of S 78' ftf It ftf 7 Vernita Edwards 52 H persons. Lobbyist. here: is the guy whois .
214 Gib C lit 9.) S 8' of D of 9 Joshua Dove' Sr. 4.11 I II many ether familiar friendly have been trying all this time to 'I The trend, then, if no loner indespensible at the legislature i t GUARANTEED
21V *:', lit B "f 1" Samuel & M. Reshard: 31.U I' I "
,I ""''I 50' lit !.' fIA' lit n of 5 Joseph. F. Bruni Jr. 3.11 faces. figure' out where to get more I sectional, certainly appears headed He picks up the tab for the par WORKMANSHIP .........
215"S14'ofAof5- : N 36': .- The Jacksonville headquarteredchain money than they already have, | toward more intense urban- ties. S "'REE ESTIMATES .....

of.5 ViOJ3 Samuel Barton:Rethard: 5.00 1.16281'"Cuh is celebrating its 44th year let alone lose some they had count i rural elates. The reapportion. Reporter. These persons can be
A Irt *
"4'*ub S 29' r f D of 4 .. Hfle! Saddler! I.U.. f The growth of SYinn-Dlxle Food ed on. This means some of those< ment of the House brought, for found in cases in either house | Jerry's Draperies= \

2)6) 'Sub It of 5 Daisy M. Bailey: Rebecca Souther In Stores, Inc;, is a phenomenal suc- downstate Republicans that have< instance, 14 representatives to The care, though, is misleading,, t

?h2 D ftf 1 "': .--+ .: w A. P/rkley! / ", .-. F- r80.14 .ress story of American enterprise:r plenty of time and money and energy TJlahassee from D.de County. It's to keep the public from hear & Slip Covers i

511'A & Tl ftf 3 .f' w. A. Pll1rkIY' 20.94 From a meager beginning of one to push. their cause have 1 to ;i M ens point in an appropriation ing how hard the press is laugh '
\ ?1A...cuh T of 5 i Annie Colemm'. 12Q In southern Florida, forty- mostly with the $100 :a committee aak-. I ] rnone 2G1-741; 1120 South 8th St. r \
21*< Let In C, 'A. Tobipltins Sal store compete meeting, someone ing at the comedy on the floor,,
k. 9.86 Winn-Dixie has for JFK that bring -- .. f
elate -
V* 1 ft 10 Co A. Tompkins four years ago, dinners --= ,, -
2TO-Sub H of 2 John Miller 1.54 become the seventh'largest food in .$100,000 that someone wa; -" ,- --- :c II -- "' >>-1 "''''' I
of 2 ,'t* James U. Pratt 3.95
210: .uh D
?'a "S-ih A r>f 7 \ A. I, & 11. L. Williams 3.110 chain in the nation. keeping track of. I f

2V: J\h A of 8 P-ud llt\fi..v 3U Now operating over GIG food There are the smaller thing s, .. .
,Soh A wi1Ne Mt'Onl t.M I .. .: .
Ill o1 .
231 ,Sub D of 1 Rudolph Williams 3 M centers in Florida, Georgia, South like the Lake OWcho'nee bill} that. ,., f
?M Sub N 73' ftf D of 9.1 j Mrs.. Robert Babb 1.71 Carolina, North Carolina, Ala Sen. Ralph Blank of Palm Bead},I "
231 Sub C of 10' Mrs Robert nahh 201 Mississippi Louisiana, Ken said will retire him in I
\ bama County
?T! R 11 1: N 28' of A of.J Jne Q. R. 1. Drown 164 I .
:S2.S 44' of C of 2: D ftf. 3232rVC Albfrt' Patterson 45.15 tucky, Tennessee and Indiana, favor of some ambitions Republi'I
: lit 3: N 44' of D of 4." Winn-Dixie now has modem
II of 3' N 44' "f A'if 4 A\btrtl Rnhf.r" 17211 ,
?33 m N 50' of S 78' of n of. 1.eort A Francis foodman 5353 warehousing and distribution centers -
?M 5.\ R .Totf'oklns. 1750tt in Jacksonville Miami and orated in Valdosta Georgia.A :
?'i Sub c n ftf i Uampton I Nancy .Od/'lm 61 "
246' 1 thru 3: !9 ,* 10 C. A. Tompkins 41.93 Tampa, Florida; Greenville, South modern food testing labor; COM MER C I A l

250' P.rt of 4: N';: of 3; Carolina; Raleigh, North Carolina tory is located in Jacksonvill
53 sq
** Ji'racflflrt of 7 Cnfltn & Lillith 1. nuclan
256 N', of 82M Joseph 11. Norma Rowe 4.31 Montgomery, Alabama; New and is maintained by top < .
Nx of 3 Wm. & Margaret Morrow 9.116 Orleans, Louisiana; and Louis testing technicians to insure thai Mol!
2N' Frnt'st A. A. L. M. Davies 1 '5' the of the oj -
ville Kentucky. In addition the quality producs
1.93 !
?..q1" A S' nI *M1 P. n. Haddock
275' 1". thru 9* 6 thru 9 company has manufacturing plant their own manufacturing plants i ......
East of RR John ElizabethStilwt'l1 7.06 levels and al ,
1.15 producing salad dressing, mayon maintained at top : ( -
Emmett C. Little I
2n 6 ft 7 S
:,n"1! Herbert J. r..nner Ry31J 1.4 naise, and peanut butter under the the products of their many sup

215A: 30 Charles. .Conch. 1.64AT44vTIC Dixie Darling label; a coffee, tea pliers.
I Astor In comparison with the origin PRINTING I I
llir.HUVDS and spice plant producing I ; f, .......
A .sssy of 1 Jltaftit H. Campbell 1.691 Brand products; and an ice cream al family operated store, Wins .: ':.j- f'" ",..

lee Dixie nearly 14,00{ .
SIUJ.E A ROTHcmin plant producing Superbrand now employes '.' .;i. .
D, 1 & Eta of 2.:_ N'i! of Eli! cf 4 Ceorr 'yep. 1.81 Cream; and two Palmetto Farrr full time and 9,000 part time.

ASKINS OCEAN CITY ., t Salad plants in Orlando, Florida; The company hrs approximately .
:a -4 Mrs. Clara T. White .59Ceor and Greenville, South Carolina. 27,000 stockholders, of whoa .......
"* Lpnme H Pope 8 K) j ..
?7". ** T. Days; .
I :
4,500 .
27 S .JwrsT George!: T. Davis; Lonni H. Pope 159Jamei I Modern bakeries' operated bj are emploccs. t. 4. .. .
in Jacksonville With its for fat
Winn-Dixie are located reputation l .
A"W PORT 75' of mum 23 thru 30 CASINO TRACT D. ft Ruth M. Gordon 183.'" and Miami, Florida and 3 dealing with its customers nnc

J '5 ft 6 C:forge T. Davis 23.01ur.ACOY Greenville' South Carolina, which employees, Winn-Dixie looks to i 1; Is A Specialty With Us : .

TERRACE produce Dixie Darling Bakery; future of continued growth an .

J N 50' of A of 11 Oscar Sorensen S 58 products. The latest addition is a l success in Florida and throughou "It .!

"Crackin Good" cookie plant op- the southeast. ;-

0 Marguerite S. Dobbins 140 M ,
14 Katherine Arrtngton 7151 OLD TOWS <
36 L. A. ft Joyce McKendree 143(7 1 Sri of 6..: George T. Davis 12:r (1"w
56 Marcia H Cusumano S 10 4 12 thru 14 Floyd D. & Juanita G. Knight 1 5<
John Cook .1 1aivcr ;
12 8
BEACH NO. 2 Construction Co. 50(C' Check supply of Letterheads Business
13 1" 2 your Envelopes
II&; S'1 of 2FkRRFRl'S Earnest B. A Clara U. TJount 88.50 14 3.4 & S>i of 5. 8 thru ,
9. 11 & 12 B. J. Wilder; George: T. Davis 10:;
REPLAT I : T. Davis
161&N1of3 Uviee 21. -
32 II. B Mead 3063.B3 Altimese & Reed Cards Office :..
163,4&6 Henry 36 Forms, or any other kind of printing you '
21 AU lots (less ROW) B. J. Witterxi T. Divis 83P. :
t.EORGU '. 31 1, 2.34N'i of 5. S!iof 8 J. Wilder & Heorge: T. Davis 41
2 C. H. K. Corp. U 34 3&4 B. J. Wilder & George T. Davis 24
3 ft 4 C:. 11. K. Corp. and if the is low
require quantity call.
I 9) Il. H. K. Corp. 68 OUTLOTSW e may just give us a : ..
4. 27 C L 11. K. Corp. (!) 71' of US' of S ISff ; ... -
30: tl. 11. K. Corp. 63 w71'ofE145'of I,
43 U. II K. Corp. (8C3 S 13tf of NS of 2 John J.,. & Lois J. Peid 13.;2
45 H. II K. Corp.
1'0 W L. Hinson 4.'ti AZALEA TERRACE: NO. 1

111 W. L. Unison 50.76GEORGIA 3 Theodore F. &: Blandena B. Marsh 445' I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start .

YtaNANDINA hEACH N O. 1Paul 8 Paul!:. It Cora Bibb 45 J .'
133 E. BibbCatherine 5384 ; "
m C Amoztomt 110 5u OUTLOTSlegin turning keep complete file at
our as we a our .
218 '.1 t ilr*. Annie R. Pours 93.ti2U : 1 E.. Cor ef 223. 3:
Harriett M. Den 1.35 W 303'; N 30': E 75': N
244. 246 ft 247 Harriett M, Deu 304 1501E150'1S13C!::
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Paste Eight New -LeaQer, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 23, 1963 Mrs. Maria Swails Named FiestaContinued---i1r-. -' NEWS FROM of sharing with Mrs. Fields tie f
tff ... .. ". .:..:....."'......" -.-.. .: "< ::. .'-:I"'t. :;""::'V-": <.w'' ... : i: :: 1 1Mn. i / ( From Page One) improve the reading of our bqjs If
: Laid liMon Academy
; To Bryant
>< ". : Rest Here of the YearlBy and girls,dirs. Fields
: gave many
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': : L wtu anti 10 rest Wednesday after-I Mrs. Pageant. On April 16, our Bryant Aca that we may be able to relate
is A > noon in Bosque Bello Cemetery Also beginning Thursday night demy Faculty met in a calledmeeting some of the ideas therein to o3f i

...../Af,.j,.. or I'.. .1.. I. ,<'.," .'., following funeral at 4:30 in Oxley is the annual four-day bowling; along with our Principal, individual activities, as well as ,to !
;: /' L Mortuary Chapel. Rev. F. A. tourney at lI:1' den Lanes with at- James B. Bryant, who conducted our faculty study (the improvement -

\ t ': Picker, pastor of the First Baptist tractive prizes being offered to the meeting. Mrs. Minnie Fields, of reading) as a whole. :,

....J .. 5 ;;I Church of Yulee, officiated. bowlers throughout this area. Specialist in Elementary Educa May 1. 'fur May Day activitWs
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: :: : : ;:: .1'1 Mrs. Swails died Monday morning Roger Hadden is in charge. tion, Department of Education, took place on our campus between
J: ...x..( ..u. :'/ : TMi in a convalescent home in On Fridayt Little League base ,: Tallahassee, Florida, was guest. 11:00 A.M. and 3:00 PM A good

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is survived by four daughters double header scheduled. At 5:00( were
$ .' .r ((25)) P.T.A. members in attendance
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". it: :: ''''''.'' ':::': .: Mrs. A. C. Colbert of Yulee, p.m. a senior division game will Kendree is handling the arrange-
;'i ivi '" '. :.::::;: : .:: :.: that engaged in the closing
i :",. : : ) Mrs Beulah Wiggins of Floral pit the Forest Hill Redbirds against ments. 'I
the Bohannon Highlight of the Ball will be of our May Day activities The
i City, Mrs. 0. D. May of Florence, Stags at City ; '
i S. C., and Mrs. Verna Lee Scrim- s Ball Park. i the presentation of the contest- I adult softball game. 1

geour of Akron, Ohio, three sons, At 7:30, in the junior division, ants for the title of Miss Golden The First Grade Section-One, 1
I A. J. Swails of Yulee, E. F. Swails the Kraft Athletic Club Redlegs Crown Fiesta for 19l After each cf Bryant Academy is happy to

of Columbia, S. C., Lee L. Swailsof will meet the Kiwanis Senator' I contestant is presented individually announce that Lavern Patricia
Floral City; 20 grandchildren; U the Little League Park. League they will promenade around Wallace, and William Curtis WaH
27 great-grandchildren; and a President Pete Schuiling is in i the dance floor with their escorts I hour were elected by the student
brother, Dennis Wingate of Yulee. 4 charge of arrangements.On for preliminary judging. body as "May King and Queen i",
4y for IMS. The class has an enroH- ,
? On Sunday the Fernandina !
Pallbearers were Dave Terrell, Saturday a Sidewalk Art :
Beach Boat Club will gent of nineteen $tud ntte
.Z .inv. Show has been arranged. (See stage raceson
J. S. Stevens, L L. Owens, Henry
Fw feel' this have been an enjoyableyear
the Amelia River and the usual
details in in this issue).
Flood, Joel Nalley and T. 0. God story
large crowd is expected to and trust that next term '
fre]. On Saturday afternoon at 1:30
line' the docks and the new City will be the same. ,
the Lions Club will stage Turtle
Marina. First race 'begins at 1 Friday, May 3, The Honor Society il
Races at the Beach. Complete details -
I Keen To Head The "Man of the Year" award, will be carried 'in a later edi p.m.At met in room three to enter ,f:;
presented annually by the Yulee tion. John McClane and W. H. 2:45 the famous Fernandina tain fifty honor students thai
FUTURE BEAUTY QUEENS take their "place in the sun" each year during the Gol (Continued from Page One) P.-T.A., has been presented this' Melton are heading up this event, Beach High School Band will be maintained an of 3.0 and ,

den Crown Fiesta, vying for the title of Little Miss Fiesta. Competition is always keenin Church; John R. O'Neil, Bible I year to Bob H. Springer. The with assistance from other Lions. : in concert at the beach and following above for the average fifth sixth week .
this group of little hearlsnatchers, and there is the ever present question, "who Baptist Church, Fernandina Beach; sward is given for service to At 3:30 Saturday another will be the highlight of
will wear the crown this year?" Applications are being taken for the 196'J: event whichis John W. Dozier, First Presbyterian I school and community and for highly :popular p.m. event, the crown- the Fiesta, the parade of the i' pentd This \as certainly indica'I'I
Church contributions: to the young people beauty in bathing suits. tive of progress in ar
Fernandina Beach queens
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the and best Fiesta yet. of Miss Golden Crown
being predicted as biggest ing a Little that this marked =
John Louis Jones Methodist of the achievement, in
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Church, Fernandina Beach;; has taught in the Municipal .Auditorium. Harry East end of the parking area, adjacent 'i' of or student body as honor ;t

Increase In Sales FloridaCouncil I Wilson Funeral J.V.. Keen, Five Points Baptist Yule High School for six years Poole is in charge of this event. :, to the beach, and Miss Cobden honor students.soeiety The members entertained of tM by
I : Church, and Youlice G, Carver, I Also the Crown Fiesta of 19C3 will be were I,
on Saturday, Jayceesare
and i is assistant principal of the Principal Bryant and faculty
Associate pastor of North 14th :* i chosen by the judges. Dan Daugh-
:By 'WiniiDixieNoted Reports Held Tuesday At Street Baptist Church. j,,' sc hoo!. Fiesta staging, a dance,: new for feature the Teenagersin of the : erty is in charge of this event each ml' ,bers.followed Remarks by remarks were made frflj by f\
Springer is active in the Methodist tI
I I the parking lot of the beach i The Fiesta Committee of the
the "honer society member as thy
For by Raleigh I W. fircene, Jr. Hedges Baptist Cancer of the colon and rectum t Church where he is Music recreation area. Maxie and His i Chamber of Commerce is Ray quietly enjoyed the refreshments
; ): r>>atrmanf Flisissia founri1 of iindzzstry \ strikes 70.00Q Americans each! hector He w a member of the \ Sharps will] play for the dance i Caldwell chairman, Dan Dau hrtr .m d listenetto the soft music jji 1
ear Accardiug to the Rmer1. aniS B&Kr tif attmtYSfc features -< Reed Lee Qli >
As 831 er 12t aaes jtlt.asehas ) ; : 4&c: C2D
NVinr ? } : mians ta 55m, !'unetat was: fold Taejxtej' n', can Caneez S&tPly, neary 4DDDD \ fcvse. been axw.uj'wi.At : } Burns )3ahgyp aD
been registered by -
Yulee 1 i the Yulee District Chamber of This is }} 1m' wP
Church at ll rxow .
; Baptist
become Hedges
That phrase is going to Jack Woodward '
which die of the disease annually although !- !J: Dixie Stores, Inc. operate:;
Hannah 0. Wilson, who Commerce well keep in the Know about our
Floridians for Mrs. I Secretary you
increasingly! important to : as as
number of supermarkets in this three out of four patients Golden Crown Fiesta Ball : (See complete schedule of
a Sales for the four-week period The Backbone of Florida's ;, passed away Sunday at the home I could be saved by early diagnosis,: I j I of the Nassau Classroom Teach will begin at the Municipal Audi events in this issue of the News. latest happenings around 15.A.

ended May 4 were G5,312GO economy i is tourist business, piob- I of her son, Arthur Wilson, in Support the American Cancer So er's Department of the Florida torium with a name orchestra I| Leader, and entry blanks for contestants ]
compared with $60,303,653 for t the I, ably more than 13,000,000 Jacksonville. i I ciety's 1963 Crusade. Education Association. furnishing the music. Carson Me- in the various events.) Trade At Home
I ors in 1&G3.I ViSit-I The_ Rev Bobbv Sheffield' pastor .. -- .
'corresponding time last year, an -" '
:increase of $5,008,953.A I I Because of our geography officiated at the service at ::1p.m. ,:-: :' : _'p__ { .1E ,. _ __ + IJf '-
and graveside Hughes
sales rise also was recorded {I natural assets we will continue tc
:for the 44-week period ended May; enjoy the benefits of tourism, but Cemetery.She I'
.4 when the volume amounted to [ it alone is not going to be enough I is survived by one daughter
.$704,955,223 compared with $654, i to support a state that is now I Mrs. Helen Wilson of Melbourne

;928,872 for the similar period las I the nation's ninth largest in population ; five sons, E. F. Wilson, If action is dish

year, an increase of $50,026,35 I and adding permanent residents Jr. and Howard Wilson, both of yyou've oar i
'or 7.64 percent | at a rate of more than 3,000( i Fernandina Beach, Arthur Wilson ,

For the b2-week period ended persons a week something near' Jacksonville, Richard Wilson, ,

,May I 4 sales were $8 2.274,413; :200,000 annually I Camp LeJeune, N. C., and Ronnie
compared with $7C9.s O,793, an Part of the solution to our Wilson of Y ulee; and 12 grand- I
'increase of $52,433,620 or' 6.8 I economic needs for the future is children.
percent.WinnDixie. new industry. This will be the industry : Pallbearers were J. S. Stevens,
now has 609 retail; needed to serve our own' Clyde Higginbotham, H. S. Mi just to comeFORD'S
stores throughout the South compared people, but it also will be the industry Kendree, George Sutton, Bob Carter got try

with. 561 a year ago. I born of the space age i in and Buddy Claxton. I II I

area. which Florida figures so promin- ",
ently. SUMMERI I
hear a quail this morning :
i The government estimates that :
1! in just ten years from now, 72 i Singing to the sun.
"SEE C. B. flutelike denotes
His lilting, song
percent our gross pio-
1 1I i That summer has begun. NEW ;
duct will be in products that don't : .

, 'Pete' INGRAM"FOR even exist today. They are being ; ,
I I hear the sparrows
1 invented, discovered and! perfect
i Beneath the window, there.
ed right at this moment, extra-
A staid old crow is offering
I ordinary oy-products of our spate I
Real Estate his early morning prayer.
probing I

Life Insurance I' is desirable industry i in i They all seem glad to be alive TOTAL
Retirement Income many vvays. The largest part cit This lovely day in May; PERFORMANCE CHAMP
is not the industry of smellj
Health & AccidentHospitalization I factories and belching smoke j I No And worry drive to their beset joy them away. I

i stacks.! It is a highly scientific i anskilled

Major Medical I industry, and not the least 'I Tis only I that sits alone

Disability Monthly Income I by-product of it is in the caliberof As age creeps on, and care.
people it will attract to live : Unsure of life and love am Ii; i
BOHANNONINSURANCE and work in Florida. This kind ol :
L. L. I Assailed by doubt and fear. .
I people command the more substantial :: ," ,' '
salaries. 0, could I .be as blithe as they, ..... .
Phone 261-5269 I And this U where industry will No sadness in my soul, n, .....::--
I mean tourism. I'd, gladly, change with them my -- ..
New York City is the biggest I place I ,
I in the nation, yet 8i r
i tourist city And dwell in their green wold.
'percent of the people who vise I i r .' :

New York do so primarily for could live without remorse .I'- .
If I \ -
BESTBUYS! business reasons. Their tourist I And in heart, '"= = : : l-= t- j
sorrow my .. -
time and expenditures are by- J- .-1I'JII-.I1 -; .- : c-=- ; _. ii'1 njii i'M3roT Mrytfr: ___=
It'd barter my remaining years . _
: products of their business trips. I And live with them, apart; j. _
A. I Now, the significance of this i is .. ._ _. .. -
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,that the typical businessman who Apart from grief at failure, I --' : L. -
will over sever h -
travels average Apart from toil and care; I "" ""." --:::::.:-- --
trips{ a year as compared to ar I i To greet the joyous sunrise I I
average of one trip a year for the i
19GQ Foun $1095Auto : tourist. And it's glorious beauty .
Herbert Luke
2 Dr. 6 Cy'l I By bringing industry and business iI i- I ."
Trans. Extra Clean I to Florida we will be bring I :.

ing people in numbers to mate I

'39 RENAULT $150] I an unprecedented demand for
tourist attractions and facilities. Ii
Smokes Bad
I This is why I say, with great i

emphasis, industry means tour-
1962 CHEVY CORVAIfAuto. i fP1rJ i
ism.It ,I
Trans, is important for every Floridian -
$1695 I
think in terrm of new Ir r
to II
R. and II.
: business and ird-ntr? for Florida II I

j each to help in hfe own way; r -tBURNING I
'5S FORD CONVERTIBLE to create tn economic, pc'ut'ca ,1It
climate favorable to
and physical
A Good Buy 695 I business.

This means, among other

*961'I"ALCOX I things, electing public servants
I with an interest in promoting our

.1 Dour $1295 Sedan : industry, it means endorse i 63 SUPER TORQUE FORD DOOR HARDTOP I
meat of expenditures for hie\'i r
education to create the intellectual I W ... ; r

WILLYS JEEP WAGON environment necessary to, space( :, r Come drive our new Super Torque Ford "fastback" hardtop same model that made car ; ..
work I I'i I
and it means
4. Wheel .
.Drne' $495 ing with our present because industry our tc''i ? i history by sweeping the first 5 places in the Daytona 500 This is Ford's total performance in '
see that it is happy

best advertisement for new industry action and what action It proves that Ford has the handling, the braking, the endurance,
19 FORD. $695 is: satisfied and contented ex I BEWARE I '

.V$' Ton Pick UpSTOP isting industry. I the go-power-everything it takes to stand up-and then some-under

These are things Floridians !, Fire is a dangerous tool...

BY ought to confronted have on their daily minds with athey but if you must burn, tale the type of driving you do And right now you'll save extra. because .
Wait until
every precaution.
.TIIIS WEEKEND AND matters and concerning the future our of state our ,chit its. wind is low and humidity is we're offering FAST ACTION SPECIALS every car in stock priced
future high. Clear a wide firebreak !
LOOK AT OUR NE11'AND dren. around area to be burned. to move out fast! Act fast while they last come in today! FD R Di

USED CARS ONDISPLAY. "Don't worry about finding youi Have plenty of help and

station in life. There'll always b somebody around to tell you whereto don't leave until the last ACTONS THE BIO ATTRACTION-SEE YOUR DEALER

get oft E. M. Remsburg,, spark is out. Help Smoker i
Vista (Calif.) Press. Bear Prevent Forest Firesin
the South!

Lasserre Motor People Do Read Even tYorEr -'SF I LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY

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I '. I News-Leader Fernandina Beach. Florida Thursday, May 23, 1963 Pays Nine j i

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BY CURT GORDON A.dk: 'i''" V j .' i Winner of FBWGA
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i Mike Pikula belted a home run : been having good luck with trout Handicap Tourney ,
'for his- Falcon team in the Senior and flounder. Mrs. Skipper says BY WILLIE MATTSON i

;League: last week in an effort to I I live bait is expected in soon for *i Mrs. Tom Lannon is the new '

,keep pace with his younger brother ,; you fishermen. I Handicap Champion. Congratulations CARSON MCKENDREE I
Stewart, in the Little League : pr Marge. II
;who bas smashed three homers I '
Potts Fish Camp on Lofton Mrs Lannon defeated Mrs. H. I
80 far this season. Mike' Rice belted t'
I Creek reports Randolph Robinson E. Williams 3-2 in the semi-finals I There will be a boat club meeting this week. Several of the slips
number for
two the Redbirds':
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:last week and is the leader in the I caught 24 mixed bream, Eugene to advance to the finals, while this Friday at 8 p.m. at the have been leased by local citizens,
,home in the Senior I Hickox 15 red breast and 3 cat-I Mrs. Edison Casey was battling club house. Let's try to have a '; and this provides a steady income
run race
fish, Bill Thompson 20 bream and I' try, 'Mrs. Bill Melton to a 3-2. decision. ,I, real good turn out for this one. .' for maintenance and other ex-
gue. 6 red breast. Mr. Evans brought in Mrs. Casey and Mrs. Lannon ,' Final plans have been made for penses. We hope to have tempor-
a six-pound black bass, Buch I met last week Thursday in a our annual cruise to Daytona i 1 ary access to the ramp for use
Tommy Skipper, for L'l
:the Methodist Braves'hit shortstop his first I Harris and sons caught 18 mixed .. t 'Ti 3x ,! gruelling fight which saw Mrs. : Beach, but there is always some- I during the Fiesta weekend, for it
home of his Little'League bream and catfish. Herb Potts Lannon come out on top with a [I It thing to discuss before a cruise will be sorely needed. The boat
last week against the Sena.career caught a five and one-half pound ; 2-1 win. J I of this distance. It's about 125 club is holding races that Sunday,

tors. Skipper probably had his black bass and two pound ones. I Five members of the FBWGA ;, miles one way, and it usually June 9th, and full particulars will
best day in hitting as he smashed i Mrs. Potts and Ralph Kostoff both i I entered the Jacksonville City 'I takes about six hours to make it. be in the paper later.

out three singles along with the I landed two-pound one. Beck and Ladies tournament last week, I Latest addition to the number Once again, for those of you

home run in five trips to the Barbara Nightingale caught 28 playing four different courses. going is Bob Tarpley and crew, that won't be at the meeting, the
I mixed bream. Plenty of bait of all Monday they played our own golf i i and Charles Jones. Charlie has a
plate # I kinds are available at Potts. d course, Tuesday Beau Clerc, new outboard inboard that he boats going on the cruise will
I leave from the city Marina at 6:00
'k u ..... Thursday Cecil Field and wound j wants to give a good workout, and :
Henry Wortman caught six I this You
a | a.m Saturday. do not
I Friday at Selva Marina. this will certainly do it.
up iI | j
Hank Bailey joined the home \ '
and a. quarter pound Spanish i NY have to be a member of the boat
blasters this week when } '' We had two winners out of the i j Our newest member of the club I
mackeral off the jetties last week hej II i, club in order to join the cruise
'end. He could have the record for I cracked one as his Stag team defeated I five, which was a pretty fair av- : is Hydie Peterson, Jr. Welcome i j which is set up each year for the

the largest one ever caught. the Pirates Monday afternoon .: SURE TO STIR UP A LOT OF MEMORIE S for old-timers here is this picture of the erage. Mrs. L. C.in Shave the "B"was Division second ':': aboard Hydie. purpose of promoting good fel j I

# a Ii championship Rexall baseball team here in 1910-1M2.. How many can you identify : of runner-up the Championship Flight-, i Most of you are wondering just'' lowship and an interest in boat
Cry Bunch and Royce Law. -{;: I without, looking at the names and how many do you remember after checking the !!' and Miss Lynda Mattson won the i l when the club house will be mov- | ing. It's a beautiful trip down the

borne brought in a pound cobia i Bud Holt reports from the Fer- names. Back row; l left to right, Bert Murphy, Charlie Mann, Charlie Vance, Willie : "B" Division of the First Flight. '! ed. I talked with City Engineer inland waterways, and the Daytona
fct the jetties .last week, so it appears -, nandina Beach Ocean Pier that : Suhrer and AI Schroder. Front row, left to right, Roy Rogers, Henry Livingston i; Others playing were Mrs. Robert Jim Beard today, and he says as Beach outboard club pro- i
that fishermen are beginning I trout fishing is good in the early i h Leo ,Shave, Vernon Shave, Stephen Anderson, Sr., and Robert Johnson. : Bryce, Mrs. Glyn;; Waas'and soon as the fill is brought up to vides a safe place to leave your I
to bring in a variety of fish Manager boat overnight. So those
morning and angel fish are being was Ed Hopkins, not shown. I I Mrs. Ed. Mattson. I level, which they are in the pro gas up
jjn this J\rea..A.. ..A. "\. i/ / caught along with the trout. I -- ------1 I I The May meeting of the FBW- cess of doing right now, the pil rigs Friday, and lets hit the river
V ,r H I ing for the club house will be set Saturday. See you at the club
I II I I I GA was held Tuesday noon at the
I The Nassau County Sheriff's I I in place and the house moved. Jimis house 8 p.m. Friday!
Mixed Doubles Alvarez Seaside. A slate of officers was
,Water Patrol held Ladies Night Senior I Tosses Falcons Take Lead I I
League I ,!, presented and approved by the working just as hard as he can >
'at Porter's Fish Camp Monday BV ,H. .B.. ELlis, JR. i( members and installation will be to get the Marina grounds in '.

fish night fry and which.made they plans are for undertaking the big PITCHING WEEK OF** 5-21 1 0-4 Win For Stags ,In 1st 1 To Defeat H held at the June meeting. I doing shape,a and fine he job.and Use his of crews the Marina are ;! MORE SPORTS

Alvarez Stags' 2-0 ,I Team Etandinsr L Pins S
Friday night at Tenacres. I .
,Miller, Stags 2-0 ;, Hadden Lanes 8,y :3 H 7W' Against is terriffic, and they have ON PAGE 8
The fry will begin at five o'clock Pirates I I Pirates By 14-5 an error and Mike Pikula's home'run had a full house several nights
and people will be served as long Oliver, Redbirds 2-0 No.4 75 7197 sent three runs across the I -- ., -- -
'"as' they come. The boat and motor I LEAGUE STANDINGSthru j No. 6 6% 5% 7BJ4 plate for the Falcons in the fourth
which the club has been selling I ( May 20) I No.2 57 7361 I i The League-leading Stags defeated -1 Bobby Johnson's five-hit pitch-j I j' and four walks and singles by '
Mary Kay's i 5 7 7322 1 the Pirates in Senior League ing and Mike Pikula's home '
tickets on will be given to some Stags 4 0 run Mike McDonald and Jerry Dudley -r
lucky person holding the winning Redbirds 3 1 Food Fair -4 8 7100 : action Monday afternoon, 10- blast gave the Falcons the spark ,II scared five runs in the fifth for
I ..3GamesNo.2' 14, as Benny Alvarez tossed a six- to hand the Pirates a 14-5 Senior 63 COMET
ticket that Friday night SheriffH. I Falcons 1 3 I High Team 'I hitter for the winners. i ji j the Falcons. I '
i i League 'baseball defeat last week
J. Youngblood originated the Pirates 0 4 : 2548 Burgess had three-for-three to
idea of the Water Patrol for the I : Hadden Lanes ". 2479 : The Stags scored early as Ted 1! at City Park. I lead the Falcon hitters while Bob-

benefit of the public for search RUNS BATTED IN I II I Food Fair 2439 I Anderson walked to open the j I Six hits and five runs in the !! by Johnson had two hits and Pik- SPEClAUJf PRICED AT

and rescue work in this area. Allen, Stags' 5 I High, Ind.; Games game and Hank Bailey followed 'first 'inning gave the Falcons i ula a home run. Charles Burns, I
t. I Conner, Stags 41 IL'!i Flint 735 ,; with a home run, but before the lead Jerry Dudley, Mike McDonald, ,
commanding in
Lee Godwin had a fine day I I I Miller, Stags 4 I V, Hodge '. 704 j inning was over the Stags scored game. Jerry Franklin, Dickie Fox, Price (
Tuesday afternoon when he toss I Cover, Pirates 41 I D. Taylor 663 I two more runs on singles by Bil- I Price Poole started things off )' Poole hit safely once for the Fal-
eda two-hitter, both infield, Gilileo, Pirates 4 i iII I' High Team Game i ly Miller, Mike Conner and Harry : with a single and Dickie Fox, ; I ; -C

'struck out 13 Senator batters and II Mike Rice, R'birds 4 i No.2. ,. 914 Mills. Miller's double in the second II Granville Burgess, Jerry Franklin cons.Larry Gilileo led the Pirates
Charles Burns
Pikula, Falcons
:blastod a long home run. 31 I Hadden Lanes 886 scored another Stag run, then Bobby with two hits with Bubba Williams
.... :. Burgess, Falcons 3'' Mary Kay's -. 844 two walks and Miller's third hit 'Johnson followed with singles to ; Ralph Starratt, Billy Boy
,Billy Miller is leading the Sen- C. Burns, Falcons 3 ', High Ind. ,Game'L. I scored two Stag runs in the third. produce the six runs. I It ette hit safely for the losers. I
for League in hitting with a .583 I Beville, Redbirdi. 3 Flint 268 ,f The Stags scored two runs in the t A single by Larry Gilileo, two f Score by innings: SI89500LASSERRE
'.bating,, average. He has also toss- BATTING D..Taylor '_'' 267J. : sixth without a hit and scored the i I walks and a wild pitch gave the l Pirates 012 002 5 5 2
ed two pitching victories against (Top' ten) ,McKendree 257!I final tally in the seventh on a I Pirates their first run in the sec- Falcons 501 35x 14 12 2''
'no l looses' for his Stag team. Miller, Stags .583 f High Scratch Bowlers j I j I double by Alvarez. :and! and two walks, a single by tf Weisner, Starratt and dilileo;

# & +" Starratt, Pirates .461 Ladies. I I I An error and Alan Cover's I Bubba Williams and Gilileo's sec-. '' Johnson and Fox.
Mrs.[ Skipper reports from the I M. Pikula, Falcons .454 \ Velma Hodpe 181-518 single gave the Pirates a run in ond single of the game accounted!I II
Nassauville Fish Camp that trout tare Gilileo, Pirates .429-* Eleanor Flint 168-4371 I the first, then singles by Ralph for two Pirate runs in the third. I II I i ii "Usually a'husband grows alone !
biting good in the area. Some Mike Rice, Redbirds 3W)?Betty McKendree 157-4131 I Starratt, Bubba Williams and,i I Two walks, a single by Ralph especially when the little woman -
young drum have been caught by I Allen, Stags ,335 Gents I Larry Gilileo scored only one run'' Starratt and a single by Billy| hasn't had a birthday for the
Yulee fishermen during the Beville, Redbirds.3.57 Larry flint" 214-5731 Boyette sent the final two Pirates last 10 Bennett, '
some 1 j for the Pirates in the third. A 1'I year. Kenny Ii
week and a group from Jackson Bailey, Stags y82' :Jack McKendree 222-547 single by Johnny Weisner scored runs across the plate in the sixth.I Greencastle (Ind.) Putnam County -| MOTOR COMPANY

ville had good luck with trout.' Conner, Stags ,;3081 Cecil Hodge". 223-522 ,, the final Pirate run in the sixth ;: A single by Granville Burgess, Graphic., .,
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I Alan Cover and John Weisner got I 1
I the six Pirate hits with Bill Miller I BAKE RITE OR FYNEBAKEShortening
FERNANDINA BEACH. 1 leading\ the Stags with three
[hits and Harry Mills collected two. '

I t Hank Bailey smashed a home run

"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" 'with and, John Benny Allen Alvarez sharing, Mike in Conner the I $\\, 3lbs. 58e ,

m r S i, Stag Alvarez hitting struck out nine and i '

walked three in pitching the Stagsto LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER
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Gas Co. ,,I Stags 410 202 1 10 9 11, 1 lb. Can
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Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. I
Monday Thru Saturday I Mike Rice banged out three OOO
Phone Day 261.3711 Add 30 Minutes Far Roll Processing base hits, including his second lSc
Night 261-5338 Fernuidina Harbor Developing & 'Printing i 1 home run of the season, to lead M (M'Tomato) Juice Jar
Kodak Film the Redbirds to a 7-2 victory over ;
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Friday, May 249U2 Weddings Ricky Oliver did the pitching TALL
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LASTS :3 OK 4 1 TIMES Saturday, May 25 Phone 261-4586 just one hitter. Granville Burgess 7 Cans
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11 :-t4! a.m. 5:41 a.m. the second, then singles by SteveBeville
11:59 p.m. 5:55: p.m. 21.HOUR SERVICE I and Beryl Rice followedby SALAD DRESSING 39c :
\. Going Fishing? Phones Mike Rice's home run, scored I' qt. DoDRESSING qt. 29c

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Fishing Tackle Wednesday, May 29 General Contractors i and Steve Beville doubled in the''

12:55 I fifth to score a run. i CORN
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Equipment Thursday, May 30 CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS to account for the two Falcrfn Roast lb. 43c. 12 0%. 49

1:52: a.m. 8:28 a.m. KITCHEN AND BATH tallies in the second inning. : _
FIRESTONE 2:51: 8:55 REMODELINGComplete Steve Beville and Mason Bean
p.m. : pm FANCY RED RIPE
BEACH SUPPLY Showroom each collected two hits to follow FARMER GRAY"

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Rodeffer hit safely for the Falcons '

; : FISHING Score by innings: .
? BOATING SWIMMINGGOLFIXG Redbirds 210 211 0 7 10 0 Smoked Bacon lb. 29(1

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f r Skipper's Efforts + home for the winners in the ; rues in the fifth and the | hit attack while Tommy Freeman
, fifth final Brave run was scored in the collected two hits. Carlton Gejger,
1 Fail As Senators A single':.tj- Carl Harris and sixth without a hit. Al Talbird, Mike Maloa .and
Mike Douglas hit stfiiy for the
the left Paul Schrantz and Mark Mor
Skipper'j run over Braves. _
field fence. for two ris led the Seqators at the pl ltewith' '
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: Our : Top runs fof the Braves |jn the third,1 i two hits apiece while Windle BravesT 062 131 13 13 2,
and singles b y Harris and TommyFreeman Higginbotham, Stewart_ Pikul!*,| Senators 903 Sax 2#* Ifr 5
.. Skipper, all-round Methodist scored another run in Bobby Ferreira, Mikey' Townsend,' .
player, blasted a home the fourth for the Braves. r I( Ricky McDonald and Ladd Gordon, Brown, Talbird, Skipper and
; run and three singles, but the Singles by ''Harris, Skipper and ,, had hits for the winners. .Mitchell; McDonald, Morris and
: to the large : Braves still fell before the Senators Freeman along\ with a Senator er_ Skipper with four hits and Har- Pikula.
20-13, in a free-scoring bat- .
: who cast i i! .
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... +1 I: !" : hit batsman, singles by Bobby } / : + ": YOU'LL BE -
Ferreira, Paul Schrantz and Mark
: | : Morris.,and a double by WmdleHiggmbotham. ;
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exert their back for six runs in the second on
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: 1' Bruce Gregory and Mike DQu las,.

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I News-Leader, Fernan'dina BeacK, Florida Thursday May 23, 1963 Page Eleven I I. I

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Moore-Hardee Win :I Cubs Belt 18 1 Base Water Patrol Has tW'S% HEftI! I

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As Season Opens i Hits To Defeat Dinner MeetingFor ;

I In Women's League I KAC Redlegs 13-4 i Ladies NightBY 1Ti'1iIFSFIIIE! 100 EXTRA i I

A large crowd was on hand :I I The Chera-Cell Cubs 'belted out CURT GORDON I IAIl/ II II 'ii \ :()9{(;GREEN STAMPS ; i
Wednesday night to witness the 18 base hits and scored 13 runs COME IN! THIS
The Nassau County Sheriff's WITH COUPON AT YOUR i
opening games of the 19G3 Wo to shellack the KAC Redlegs, 13- I
men's Softball League, Meyerswas 4. Steve Solomon was on the Water Patrol entertained at a NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE 0i i !
the victim of the opening mound for the Cubs and did not Ladies Night at Porter's Fish Getyoarcopyoftlie i i m Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With ..
night games, losing to Moore's in allow the Redlegs but four scat- Camp on Monday evening with a May 25 A S5.00 or.More Food Onkr I
the opener, 16-11, then droppingan I tered hits in posting the victory. large group in attendance. I i i
8-1 loss to Hardee's. Solomon struck out ten and walk- President Bob Carter presided, ) I \ NEW ;! \
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Meyers' team took an early 4-2 ed six. with the following members and I

i I Moore's lead game over, but put Moore's 9 them runs in ahead in the the third to stay.In first by. Gass Shurley Ronnie, Larry singled 1.cDonald Gill in the and, first Fletcher William inning ny wives Roper Bodine,present Mr., Mr.and, Mr.and Mrs.and Mrs.Red.Mrs.Herman Batch.John- ,;', I 4h1r (GREEN!:!: STAMP :'.......'......................................,........ : I

elor, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackson, -" .
the nightcap, Manager Jake I i I to give the Cubs two runs, i
Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCall, Mr. F CATALOG 1
I double McDonald and !
Bunch veteran Hardee team then a by a
and Mrs. Bob Steffens, Mr. and
scored an asy 8-1 win over Meyers. single by Shurley scored two in *
the third. Mrs. Porter Barnard, Mrs. Car- 98
ter, Dr. B. C. White, Johnny'
Meyers. team was made up of The really big inning for the Thirsk, Leroy McKee, Curtis SAVE 200 'limit 1 with $5.00 food order. Center Cut :
the following players: A. Knight, Cubs was the fifth when they or Breakfast
Smith, Gene Lasserre, Conway
shortstop; L Evans, Ib; L. S. banged out seven hits for seven :'
Davis and Sheriff H. J. Young-
I Gill, 2b; E. Evans, cf; V: Brewer, runs. Mike Ashe singled, McDonald blood. Pillsbury Flour 39
If; M. Tiner / H. Jernigan, rf; hit his second double of the BAG 5'1. I
J. Gass,3b; E. Flint, rf; C. Knight,I game, Shurley singled, Solomon The menu consisted of barbecue I H
and beef, baked ham, coleslaw
Gass am
p; and C. Dopson, c. I doubled singled Jimmy
potato salad, baked beans, MORTON CHICKEN '
Moore's team: R. Guest, 2b; J. Peacock singled and Walter Stur- stuffed TURKEY :
deviled eggs, celery pick-
Flowers, ss; M. Hamilton, If; L ,I ges singled. les, lettuce and tomatoes, tea and
Sigmon, Ib; I. Mullis, c; P. Scar- I I Lee Godwin and Ricky Jones coffee, along with cherry and apple Meat Pies. 6 i.
singled in the fourth to give the FOR
borough, rf; J. Forehand, 3b; S. I Redkgs their first hits and first pie. j! !
Silva, cf; M. King, rf; C. Gass, p, I runs of the game, then Godwin Most of the meeting was takenup .
and Mary Reynolds, c. I and Jones singled again in the with discussion of the big fish
Hardees Townsend, If; Her- I sixth along with three walks to fry to tomorrow ,
give the losers their final three night, May 24, at which GOVERNMENT

tallies. time the outboard motor and boat Fruit Pies 3 $1 1 I INSPECTED
McDonald and Shurley were. the will be given away. Serving will FOR LB.
big men in the Cub attack with begin at five o'clock Friday after- SMOKED :
/ noon and will continue as long as
each player getting four-for-four. ,
The paint that Larry Gill, Jimmy Peacock and guests are to be 'served. '! ,
changed Walter Sturges had two hits The Water Patrol was starteda REGULAR 39*
America's few months with Sheriff .
j apiece white Mike Ashe, Steve ago .
painting habits- Solomon, Billy Gass and Wesley Youngblood being the instigator j! Grade .
Douglas collected the other Cub of the fine club. The main pur- : t. "A" Quick Frozen :
pose of the organization is to be ,
I \ DUPONTLueit hits.Lee beneficial to the in toe ;: E
Godwin with two hits and I public way "
Jones with two hits of water safety. Sheriff Y oun -
Ricky were
all the hits made by the Redlegs. blood, knowing that this area is Baking Hens
Score by innings: an attraction for a great many l' il'
I Redlegs 000 103 4 4 2 pleasure craft as well as many ;
Cubs 202 27x 13 18 0 fishing vessels, initiated the idea
L Key, R. Godwin and Jones; of the Patrol for search and res.. D :
'VALL Solomon and Gass, Douglas. cue. Any member of the club is
PAINTI subject to call for rescue duty at ED 51RLOW W-D Brand
I time of day or night. CLOSE TR
any i s ; TENDER, L8.98
rington, 3b; Mattox, sf;' Minton, Ticket sales for the boat and HEAVYDRESSED n.EtI5 ,
, '. No mixing or stirring ss; Smith, 2b; Henderson, c; .Bee- motor and dinner will help defray k 5 (
ton, Ib; Alvarez, p; Roland, ef; expenses for markers and signs : St e a
like ordinary
i Doesn't drip or spatter I Mullis, rf, and Davies, rf. which the club plans to erect in I j
paints H Dries in minutes I The women's league will have the rivers and creeks in Nassau ': : OUND'. \ & DRAWN

a Clean up with soap and water I games every Wednesday night. County, therefore, the Club hopes i <. CUT BONELESS R :. B
II I President Tom Becton indicated to have an outstanding attendance FULL 88 ? \. :
NASSAU BUILDING another team will probabl7 be at the Fish Fry. I MkStes LB.
I added to make a four-team lea- Members and wives will prepare (

& SUPPLY CO. gue which would eliminate one and serve. the meal., I .... : :
1129 S. 8th Ph. 261-3618 I team having to playa'double- .' CHUCK t \ .
header each week. I ; CLOSE \ \ .; Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru May 25th
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As Lee Godwin '
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Lee Godwin tossed sixhitban '- '
and struck out 14 as the Redlegs I r obs t" Preserves. 24'OL 39x
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I yEApJYAR : handed the Jets a 13-5 loss in I S ik ... .
Little League baseball. Godwin did k t p.
WrrH not allow a hit until the 4th inning i FRESH GRou1')4 ,. SAVE I6< EACH DEEP SOUTH PEANUT .
when he was nicked for two hits LEAN: l!. $189 .
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and two runs by the Jets. PKG. : . 24'01. JAR 1-,
I Two walks and double
uciNI0 a by Beef
Godwin in the first the Red- ; '
legs their first three runs of the 1
'II game, then walks to Jimmy Avery I ; / Detergent GIANT 481.
and Dwight Key along with sing
I HYJfJ. les by Robert Godwin, Lee God-
win and Lee Key produced four SAVE It EACH ASTOR POLY-UNSATURATED
runs in the second for the Red-
legs. Three walks gave the Red- GRADE "A" SUPERBRAND FRESH FLORIDA Shortening CAN 58y2JO ;
legs two runs in the third withouta

There's plenty more ahead this summer. So why hit Ricky and Jones three,walks Lee Key and account-singlesby &/ LARGE EGGS SAVE lOt EACH DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN

not do something about it before another day jed for two more runs in the j i .
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J Page Twelve News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, May 23 1963 1P'IuuI.r-.;: t mvtiZ cl I I I
Detrptiuo; i of Land iff, Tp. ;f. AefH GnSc.. ? Taxep

'i. -S l t ,.-S.4... S v..;;-c and 5sai: At The ChurchesST. I

of Land AmeQt ef 00. FDNA. WACU XO, 2 .
i NOTICE OF TAX SALE Krljtlon gee, Tp. Jtg.PT here' Owner 'IIn

aid Co.ts Lot 266 ft N4 Of 20 '

of Lot 9 Ja! or 3.1',. J4. Co. Ree. LOt :u' -'. 'Dell. Harriett Merle '5.01' CHURCH I CHURCH II
: NOTICE hereby men that on the 3rd day (June.. 1M3 at 12:00 noon : U 2N 16 E. E. Sapp |.]4 Lot 245 DeL Harriett Merle 5.01
at the Courthouse Fernandiira It aeh. County of Nassau., Slat of Florida PT. of Lot 8 j to or W Pg. 433 C*. Lot 246 Dell. Harriett Merle $.01 i Amelia City Near Intersection J. W. Keen, Pastor
tax certificates will, -be sold on the foltainf described land to pay the Rec. '14 2N 26 Sapp Dr. E.': E. ft Jot F. 824Wiltford Let 247 Dell. HafT e Merle '.01 I
amount due for taxes herein jet opposite the name together wift tat costs PT. of Lot 9 In DB $3 pg 63 Co. Rec. I Block 1 Lot )7 Sadler< Estates Jones .R. E-; 9-lK)( AlA 9:45: ajn.' ,.___ Sunday School

l of such sale and advertising costs. Sub Lots 39 'ft t9' 14 2N 26 Franklin E.: ft C 821 Block 2 Loti 22. 23, |4 Sadler Estates Sentell F. H. 63.1( A.F. Gerbhardt, Pastor 11:00: a.m. Morning Worship
lIlt 275 .
In DB t51 Pg. 162 Co. Rec. 2 3 26 4 Alberta Chester W OB ft, Co Rec. (Ex Parcel ,
lUt No U) (Ex of dOO: ajn, Morning Service Union
I Alnnnt of In OB }:93 Pg. 4Q8 OP.. pea (Leu f h I Ntt' Parcels 2 ft 3 In r 5:30 p.m. Training II
t t Description of Land See. Tp. Rf. Acres Owner TaxesCosts A) 2 J 21 19 Mitchell. Buster L. 571 21 Pg. 371 'Co, Eec) 14 3 29 1 Paramount. Investment Corp. 8:00 ajn. Sunday School ":30 p.m. Evening Worship .

I jid In DB. 153 Pg. 409 Ce. afe. f 3.26 1 Mitchell. Busier L- J6 I : 134::
IIA rJB 275 Pf.; 464 Co. Rec 20 3 29 Poarch Frankie D. Anderson Vednesday service 7:30:
18 46
In or Pg. Co. Uec. 42 2N 27 Sanders, Carl J. ft Flora J. 4.13 'I
BALDWIN HEIGHTS UNIT A II U 2) In or 18 Pg. 295 Co. Rec 42 2N 27 Perry Johnny Lee 9481 Lot II 15.K MEMORIAL METHODIST p.m. '
: In w 20 Pg. 570 Co. Bee 44 2*' 27 liartlett, F. E. ft Marl Janis M"amr. P aeh1IAMHY8 Poarch Frankie. D. Anderson! CHURCH '* *
Block 18 Lots 39 40, 41. 42, 43 ft 44 Safass. Olaf 164 t 5531] 21.51 I
lUock\ 19 Lots 29 to 32 Saur. Miss L. 126 In or 20 Pg. 574 Co. Rec.-42 2N 27 Latham James W. ft John 1.. Jones pastor ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC I Ii

In DB 178 Pg. 257 Co. Ree. 12 IN 23 3 ( reen. Mattie! 18,61 C1af.l1: .pD.I 10:00: .m. Sunday School CHURCH

Lot 1 5 2N 23 57 Parby, F. W, 14.88ft In DH 167 Pg. 1ft Co.; Rec. 42 2N 27YULEE Jckso Francena. 231 'I Lot 54 SU of W Howard i
i In or 23 P*. 192 Co. Rec. 27 2N 23 Johns Marquard J, petty I Lot 53, N' Pinckley W. 32.51 UQO; a.m. Morning Worship Rev. W. J. Holmes, Pastor
r 1ean. 1.72 FARMS SL'B, Lot 40 McAIeavey Grace K. 366.31 904) 6:15 p.m. MYF Supper & Pro- ( Sunday Mass 2nd; 4thi
38 Neilson. Mrs. Charles '
II. 3.39
Lnt I S n 10
Block. 5 Lot. 4 N 13 Ft of 5 Ocean City Brooks, J. L. 137.70 grams 7:30 aja.
lot u 1 3 2J 10 IJradley &: Bailey 3.39 PT. of Lot j to or 4 Pg. 2J Co. Rec. i Sunday ___ .

Lot 31 1 3 3 10 iibsoo B M. S29 42 2N 27 1 Driver Harold Clifford ft .Jan OCEAN CITY,SOUTH PORTION\ 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship 1 Sunday Mass ___ 1st, 3rd
Lot 8 13 3 23 10 Krog Herbert A._ 3.39 1L .
\ 1t or 20 Pr. 489 Co. nee. If 3 23 \ Johnson John N. & Julia Sub. Lot 2. of.Let lln DB 273 Pg 436 JiJock | 5th Sunday, 11:30; a.m.
I 1.. 1911 Co. Rec. 16 Lot 5 Lee. Thad S.. Jr. & V. M. 14.66 ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL 7
43 2N 27 Carter. James C ft .L. C. I (3 I Monday Young People p.m.
1.Ot 30 11 J 22 18 Flowers. Ruth A. 3.03I PT. of Lot 8 In or 12 Pg. 184 CO. Rec. Jfloc H LOt 52J .. Lee Thad S.. Jr. .& V. 1!. CHURCH ,
Lot 51 24 3 23 10 Pelle. H. E. 3.39 42 2N 27 Butler. D. P. & Edna A. 824 S S (Less He) %3.81I Daily .. ._ .._...__ 8 a.m.

; .. Lnt 4 32 3 23 70 Darby, F. W. 18.24 PT. of Lot 9 in o'-2 Pg. 170 Co. :Rec. Rlcdo Let 5 1 Tmsley, David P. ft JanrObe The Rev James D. Ellisor, Rector Saturday J _-, Convent Chapel

\ atr 01 N\VI.i 14 4 23 40 Johnson, C. P. 10.64Barrett. 42 2N 27 Gold, Carl 95.gj I 1375 7:30 A.M. Holy communion 6:30 Communion in Convent
t Block I Lot 18 Yulee Heights Sub. '. Walters. Frank E. Jr. ft E. M. :

.In,. or 14 Pf. 38 Co. Rec. In Lot 42 Edward J., Sr.. ft 42 2N 27 Gold, Carl 127,72 Block 22 3.ot5 .. Walters 1516 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist ', 6:30 P.M.Young r op1e's
23 i a i Kathryn A. 1.72 Block 2 LOtS 2 Yulee Heights Sub. 42 Block 22 Lot I : Wallers Frank E., Jr. ft Wal 11:15: A.M. Church School
IN SW>; A$ Dese. In or 7 p*. 14) Co. 2N 27 Church Joe &: Ossie 643 .5 ters E. M. (Less He) 92.41 Meeting
Rec. 23' 4 23 Taylor n. J. & Doris Ann 2.45 mock 22 Lot 7. 8, 9, 10 Jones Edward I... Jr. &: Johnnie Block I Let If Oak Lawn Park No..4 Chancey, George & Wife 1466 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young '*
l In .or 20 PI*. 549 Co. Ree. 41 4 23 IS liarker:. Land Co. 3,56448 Town of Yulee 15:41: BlOCk A LOts W, 75 Ft. of 25 to 30Ine .Churchmen
NH of NE'4 (Less NEU of NE'4 &: In DB 158 Pg. 131 '&>. Ree. (Less W. Pprt ".f ech Casino Tract Gordon. James D. ft Ruth IL (This is the schedule of
g NW of NE:" E of Hwy (Less 0 18A) (Ex or 6 Pg. 505 Co. Rec) 51 3 : 9296 every i FIRSTSSEMBLY OF GOD
l Acres RR ROW & I Acres Hwy ROW 27' 148 Barker Richard D. 48.57 In DH 275 Pg. 114 Co. Rec. Being In Sunday with the exception of the Rev. E. 'A. Lewis, 1'astor
(Ex or 23 Pf 117 I IS 24 18 Crews. Billy Jr. 909 Robison Altomees ft SimmonsLot Sections 15-1617-329 16 3 29 Allstate Homes Inc )929 last Sunday of the month)

In N't of NE:% In or 23 P*. 117 Co 9 Sub of F. Griff Land 51 3 27 13 Maggie 37 2.0 cITY OF FD.V4 BEACH I 10:00: a.m. __, Sunday School
l Bee. I IS 24 H Crews. James Donnii 176 In or 18 Pg. 310 Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Baldwin. Timothy. jjjNelhcliff. LAST SUNDAY OF TIlE il00; a.m. __ Won hi:? Service
of of 18 IS 24 20 Grunif. B. C. & Wife 15.80Bryceville / I I. >
f E. % NEU NE'4 In or 20 Pg. 79 Co. Rec. In or 18 Pg. S MONTH
Block 3 Lot 33 Christopher G. 6:30 C A. Youth Services'7:3Q
W. & L. M. _
: p.m. ,
562 Co. Rec. 51 3 27 Samuel
I! & B. L, 3.53N 7:30 A.M. Communion .
TOWN: OF CRAWFORD StILL 400 Ft. of Lots 70 to 77 Inc. As Dese 10,15 p.m. Evangelistic Service
J:1oek J .1..0 2< CJiristopher. Uzi i
Iff or 3 Pg. 582 Co. Ret (Ex or 9 :Pg. : '. 4 George 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer I Thursday mid week service -
: t 1250 15 IN 24 10 Turpentine Corp. 270. 272 ft 274)) 4 J 2* 12 Jones. Thomas T, 2894 tlock 3 Lot Is' Chnstopher G.V.. 1015 9.65 and Sermon *
/ 389 PT. of Lots 70 to 77 Inc. In or 5 Pg. S 7:30 p.m.
Ici 1268 23 IN 24 10 Bryceville Tutpentine Co. 318Hryceville 270 Co. Rec. .4 2 28 3 Jones John R. &: n. I.'.' 788 Block I Let', 30f Davis J. C. & Mary E.; 0'. .11:15 A.M. Church School .7"r ftTABERNACLE

Lot 1303 23 IN %4''10 Turpentine Co. 318 In DH 56 Pg. 53 Co. Ree. 4 2 28 Vonnah A. L. 21.08 'teaT. W%J., & Roberta Louise 5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young ,
Block 40 Lots 8 to (7 Inc. 24 IN 24 Darby Marie H. .5* In or 20 Pg. 285 Co. Rec. 4 2 .48! Harris,-James 0. & Nellie It. U:1IJBlockS' '. BAPTIST
L Lot J6 11 2N 24 10 Haley, Mrs. Virginia D.39 161.06 ": ., It.S1. 5Z. Harris Tommie. Joe Jr. & Churchmen CHURCH
Lucille J.'
I In or 15 Pe 480 Co. Ree. In or 15 Pg. In DIt 262 Pg. 112 Co. Rec. 5 2 28 King Joseph'D. & M. M. 800 lock 6 Lots 19 to,26 Inc. 10.15. *
Hail Charles
I A. & Wife
9 56
I 162 In or 15 Pg 464 In or 15 Pf. '58.ot Lot 28 (Less W 160)) (Ex DB 254 Pg. Amelia Road Phone 261-3437
.., Block 6 Lot N of 27 29 30 BIBLE
'I In or 17 Pe 370 25 2N 24 Mid State Investment 23683 127 Co. Rec.) Ocean Breeze Sub. .' v I, 4 ; 28. Hall, Charles A. & Wife 46 23 BAPTIST CHURCH
In Co. ,l.k: 18 Pf. 170 Co. Rec. ft or 15 5 3 38 1 Tyson John B, &: Joseph R. lilock 7 tots t\i i :34 Taylor Ethel 507 I' 429 South 6th Street Rev. .Lord Chambers, Pastor
V nc tajior.
Block I IMS W
123 Co. Rec. 25 2N 24 Mid\ State Homes Inc. 5531 jstcei: 990
Pg. 1050 Sunday School ... 10 a.m.
i Block 8 Lot S 4 of 10 to 14 inc. Perkins D.V., 2794 I Rev. John O'Neil, Pastor ? ?? ??
PT. of Lot 28 In DJJ J54 Pg. 127 Co. .. block.8 Lot N4'( 10 to 14 Inc. Christopher George & Lizzie Morning Worship _.......... 11 a.m.
I SOUTH BILLIARD SUB 5 ft 6 2N 24 '. Rec. Ocean Breeze Sub 5 2 28 Tyson1. Joseph R. ft Ida 't. 69JO Sunday Services:

,16 Block 8 Lot NU of 27. 28. 29, 30 Clark Christine M. 4.75 10:00: A.M. Sunday School ; Evening Worship ?_..,..._.., 7 pm.

mock 309 Lot 3 Carr. James G.. Sr. .811 PT. of Lot 28 In DB 254 Pg. 127 Co. Block 9 Lot S 4 of 1 & 34 Rogers. Chares F. 46.23 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship I Wednesday Service ........._ 7 )i.n.
Block 375 Lop, Hodges Mrs. Minnie .88 Rec. Ocean Breeze Sub 5 2 28 Tyson. Joseph R. & Id.LLess Block 10 Lot 9 Ellerson Bennie 46.23 ,V -b .Ar

Block 421 Lot 5 Crosby. W. H. .8e ( He) 47.23 mock 12 Lot 1 Askins T. H.. & Katherine H. 6:3Q p.m. B.T.U. :
I Lot 2 WUla-Vtlla Sub. Pinckley William A. & Julie CHURCH GOT
Bl424 Lot 9Hlocjt Saracino, '!.Jr,., Josephine ,88 Me 161.06 2844 7:00 P.M. Men's Prayer Service OK OF
Block 14 Lots 19. 20.IMP Hadsock. Jessie ft Stella 6.17
K L.McCreedy
471 Lot 5 .n .. PROPHECYRev.
Block 476 Lot 21 ,- Mrs. Aagitof .ae Lot 4 Willa-VWa Sub. Taylor Robert J. & Elizabeth Block 14 Lots 30. 31 IMP McKendree Barbara A. 25203 7:30: p.m. ?._ Evening Worship

In ftp 22 Pe. 95 Co. Ree. Dese As Pt. U.! 10.92 mock 18 Lots 24, 25 Clark: ,Diana 11. ft A. R. Jr.. .. Tuesday: II. C. Drury, Pastor
: Lot 9 WiDa-Villa Sub. Fullard. Jimmy R. & Armo 1. :
of i'3 3 24 20 Taylor Phillip E. 4 Peggy S oJ.OJ .
J. 657 < 10.92Lot Block 23 Lots H E.- 35 Ft. of 15 Asking Katherine H. 9.00Tihakos. 700; p.m. _-_. Visitation 10:00: a.m. __.?. Sunday School

r la DH 262 Pg. 228 Co. Rec. 5 3 24 1 Donley., Arthur & Willie Mae Lot 10 11 Willa.WOla-Villa Villa Sub.Sub. King Pinckley Floyd W.C.A.&&Wynelle Julia 10 2.79.42 Block Block 24 26 Lot Lot 1 E'' of 16 Jenkins.. LUbe Mrs. Pete 4623 1.92 '* '* 11:00: a.m. .__..... Morning Service

In or 18 Pf. 575 Co. Ree. 5 3 24 12 Investment Brokers Inc. 7281 281 Lot 15 S. of Hwy. In PB 255 Pg. 405 Block 29 Lot S': of 6 SWU of 7 Freeman Ernest 122 CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service
(: Azalea Garden Sub. Unknown
Cerbing 13 2 28 '.n
Block 32 LPt 11 Williams Florri 23.37 South 14th Street W.M.B.
PT. of W4 of Lot 13 In or 18 Pg. .
In DB 133 Pg 65 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 SIn Means, Everett
Co. :Rec. S 3 24 Roberts, Sylvester L. It Julia 22916 lilock S] Lot S. 80 Ft. of 14 Freeman, Ernest W. & Ann
A. 513Fredrickson DU' W Pg 361 Co. Rec. (Ex or Lee 10.92 Kenneth L Jones Minister 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young

Lot 28 53 24 10 Mrs. E. 3.39 16 Pg. 29-or 21 Pg. 580,or 22 Pg. 89 & I E10et 33 Lot 11 Roberts, R. D. (Est) 1422 Sunday: Bible Study... 10:00 a.m. People <
90 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 Williams. Willie B. ft E. C.U.37
) S4 of E'j cf 1) Lincoln Sub. In or B In or 21 Pg. 580 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 f.'tewart. Willie ft Beatrice J.07Mclinde mock 33 Lot 13 Harris, Helen 3.33 Morning Worship ._ 11:00 a.m. ft
Pg. 30 Co. Rec. 9 3 24 Evans J. L. & L. M. %,81I' Block 34 Lot E, 94 Ft. 011 Cook. Allan W. & Wife 4623
In or 22 Pg. 89 Co. Rec. 14 2 28 Ada 507 Klock 37 Lot SW cf 6 Cover Charles 730 Evening Worship .... 7:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Let 2 Riverview Sub. 14 2 28 Dasher. Lonnie E. 10.42
TOWN OF WLLIARD I Lot 3 Riverview Sub 14 2 28 McFarland Azzie Lee .507. Block 40 Lot Nl| of 4 I K.Champion. Walter L. ft Mary 667 Tuesday: Singing Practice .... 7:30 Rev. J. T. Dunnam Pastor

I In or 14 Pg. 229 Co. Ree. Being PT. JIJocll 4} Lot 141k, of 1 Bruce,: Joseph A. ft Velma M. p.m. Worship Services: 8:30: A.M.
Buck 10 Pt. of Lots 2 ft 3 In or 6 Pg. Xin,. Clarence R. t Yvonne of Lot 2 15 2N 23 Scott. Eugene 7.86 -
84 -Co., Rec. U. (Less He) $8897 1275 .(Held at various members homes) 11:00: A.M.
Lot S4 of 24 15 2N 28 Burns Nora 4.75 ;Block 41 Lot N 4 of 5 Markham Arthur C. 9.00 .
I' Block 13 Lot In DK 27 Pg. 944 Co In or 22 Pg. 353 Co. Rec. 18 2 23 Anderson. Azzie Lee 22062 mock 41 Lot S4 of 6 I Markham. Arthur C. 82.82 Wednesday: Mid-Weck Bible 8:00: P.M

Rec.Bl Davis, 0. D. 8152Ruccione fleck 47 Lot SW! of 2 Crosson. a, R. (Est) 2337 Study ..........._._.. 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:45..A.rd..
23 Co. Ree. F ,2.81 Block 52 Lot $4 of 6 N. 5 Ft. of 7 Perpena. G L. 3251 Thursday; Ladies Class 10:30 a.m. Training Union ........... ..6:45 P.M.

mock 57 Lot 18 McNeil Bertha & Jeanett 2.31 Block 1 Lot 6 18 2 28 Lewis J. L. 1879 Block U LISt WJi of 8 King ,William 273 (Held at various members homes) Prayer Service _._.... Wednesday
Block 58 Lots 1 & 4. PT. of Lot 3 Lot Block 3 Lot 17 11 Z 28 Simmons. William Butler & Block 65 Lot 81 U of 7' Treaye. Claudia Bell 7.59 *
7:30 P.M.FIRST .
Elizabeth 2|>2.S3 filock\ W Lot 9 Williams. Rudolph: 617Dove
2 (Less or 9 Pg. 384))J Hifginbotham. John R. 3720 Block 3 Lot 20 18 2 28 Smith Frank U. 160.56 Block 70 .Lots 3, 6 Lillie lEst) 3.33 CHURCH OF GOD ft ft ft

Block 61 Lot I Ouens, Leroy & Doris 1.58 Block 3 Lot 23 18 2 28 Davis Alanzo & Pauline 16.51' Block 70 Lot 4 Dove. lillie (Est) 6.23 Car 4th and Cedar Sts.

lilock 75 PT. of Lot 3 In or 21 Pg. 200 Block 4 Lot 25 18 2 23 Williams. Lincoln1 C. & P Block 71 Lot 9 Simmons, Joseph 1183 PRESBYTERIAN
Co. Rec. Marder. Louis ft Sylvia 4083 133.20 (lock 71 Lot 9. Simmons Rosa Ann '5,07 : R< r. L Marvin Johnson, Pastor CHURCH
Block 6 Lot 45 18 2 28 Smith. William J. 11.93 mock 72 Lot 3 Burns. Net; 16-51 Phone 261.3807
Block 78 E 1/3 of Lot 2 King. C. E. 10911 Block 7 Lot 53 18 2 28 Smith. William J. 6910 Block 73 Lot 4 Roberts R.. D.
lilock 80 Lot W 70 n. of 2 Higginbotham J. B. 9.02 mock I Lot 58 13 2 28 Moore. A. T. 16056 mock 74 Lot E4 of 8 Monroe. Simon 279 10:00 a.m, Sunday School A. M.

Block 90 Lot I .Not) Mrs. (1. Thomas .86 : mock! 9 Lot 73 18 2 28 Afro American Pen. Bur. 9.65 mock 75 Lot 9 25 Ft. of 5 Jan Jul Inc ,6.44 11:00 a.m. Morning Service Worship Services; 11:00

Block 06 Lot 23 HaJl S, L. .86 mock 75 Lot f 4 of 1 Buns, Nora 1.43 7:30 Sunday School 9:45 A.M.

lilock 97 Lot .14JilockJOl Yearsley. C. S. .86 AMERICAN DEACII SUB NO. 2 Dock 80 Lot N4 of 5 Williams, Willie W. ft: Rose Y E E. Friday Evening p.m.r Youth :Meetings ..._. (6:00: P.M.i'oi .

Lot 8 Foran, Helen M. .86 rr. Ann 13: .75 ::30 p."!. ,_ ?_ Evening Service I
Block 104 Lot 6 Upknovin) 4)6) Block 11 Lot 6 18 2' 28 Afro American Pen. Pur. 736 Block *0 Lot S4 of 7 Lawrence, Orion .. 5.97 Prayer meeting Wednesday t
BlocK. 104 Lot 19 Fink. Mrs! Jennie. R. .86 Hlock 12 Lot 9 18 2 28 Davis, Alonzo. Jr. 29776/ Block 81 Lot 1 Roberts Dianna ".9.1 -
Dloc 03 Lot,23 t Ljen, H. H .86 Block 13 Lot 5 18 2 28 Williams. Willie B. 475 Block 82 Lot S4 of 1 Simmons, Joseph. Jr. 507Pinckley. 7:30 p.m.

lUocl( 11 Lots 21, 22 .. Schramm, Mrs. Metta .86 Clock 13 Lots 12, 13 18 2 28 Peek. Percy 1422 Block 84 Lot 5 William A. Julie Me '
S. BlGcit)17! Lot 6 : Osterman F 1. JB6 Block 1) Lots IS 16 18 2 28 Armstead Bertha 6910 S -. 557Rlock84LO3'N. ,
Block"J 127 Lots 21. 22 24 \ Anderson J. E. 1.22 mock 14 LOt J 18 2 28 DtVaugn, Lrola ,B. 46.23 75 Ft of 8 Pinckley. .} William A. Julie Me NORTH 14th STREET
ltlock -127 Lot 2U: Neilson. Mrs. Charles M. .86 Block 14 Lots 13, 14 18 2 28 Tatum. Clarence- 1422 I 9246Pinckley BAPTIST CHURCH
'. Bloc T138 Lots 8. 9 .. .". JDlociri36 Krogg. Herbert A. .86 mock 14 LoU 15, 16 18 Z 28 Plummer Eddie Lee 14.22 Block 84 Lot S, 50 Ft. of 7 N. 25 Ft i :
'. Lot 20 I'.lock. August F. .86 mock 15 Lot 10 .: 18 .J'28 Mitchell Lennie 865 of 8 William A. Julie Me Rer. Ran Humphreys, Pastor
Block Lot 13. 14. 13 SAkes Carl R. ft: Ethel (Less Block 15 Lot 13 18 2 28 Cook Luther ft Alma M. 137 70 -' suaIUoct 9:45 a.m. Sunday School
He) 8.24 Block 17 Lot 3 18 2 28 Davis L. C. 738 125 Lets 3. 12 Cox. 101,.. John ,2.20 I
Block 146 Lots. 3. 6. I. 10; 13 to' 16 Block 18 Lots 10. 11 18 2 28 Davis Alonzo Jr. 1651 lilock 126 Lot 5 5 Verdier Lawrence, Jr. 7.3 11:00 a.m. --. Morning Worship will you

Ine Lots 18. 19, 20 I 21, 24 Wright W. L. 389Deimtz. Block 128 Lot 11 Tocco. Francis P. 55.38 7:00 p.m. ___.. B.T.U
lUoclr-147 Lot 18 Charles A. M AMERICAN IIEACU NO. 3 UNIT No. 1 mock 126 Lots N4 of 14 ft 15 Thompson Irene S. 5995
Block 147 Lot 19 Nicholas, Cherry .86Higginbotham. i Block 126 Lots S4 of 14 ft 15 Thompson Irene S. 5538 8:00 p.m. _,. Evening Worship 11 leave

Mock'147 Lots 20, 21 John B. & Win. Block 1 Lot 2 (Ex N 5. Ft. of 2. 18 2 28 Afro Am ricalf Pea JJur J37.70 I. Klock 127 Lot N. 60 Ft ef 1 Reeves Rosa M. 759Holzcndorf 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Services

elle. 2.45Olbsoff. 1 Lot 6 18 2 Afro American Pen. liur (. Slock 129 Lot 4 Marie H. BOO Wednesday
mock 28 \\ 83McFarland.
Block-147 Lot 23 .. .' > R. M. .86 IUock 129 Lot 4 (Less He) Halzendcrt, Marie H. 91.(6
Jllock HO Lot .20. ...'& Cnlckle, Mrs. C. E. .86 I I Block 1 Lot 7 II 2 :8 Azzie Lee 18.79 Block 130 Lot 'N4 of, 5 71orry. Reyrfard H. ft Syhda '* I $50,000

!Block 153 Lot 4' Campbell' Mrs. William A. Block 1 Lot 9 18 2 28 Munroe. Ella Z. 108 ". 1 12.33 ST PETER CLA VER'S I I
Block 131 Lot 7 Union 610 736StJTQn.
(tstJ. 1.36 Local No.
I Lot 10 18 2 28 Afro American Pen Bur. 1879
Clock 135 Lot S. 42 Ft. of 1 Fairly F. 759 CHURCH ;
Block 154 Lot 13 Case. M. H. .88 Good Insurance
Block 1 Lot 11 18 2 28 Lucas. Elcee & Willa Lee lUg Block 137 Lots '1. '2' Card. Alice B. 7.99Williams. planning
lock 154 Lot 21 Rollins, Mrs. Joe (Est) .86 5th
( 3rd
( l Block 2 Lot 9 18 2 28 Sunday ;Mass 1st, with even a modest
Mason. 16.51 i
Myrtle incomecan
lilock 155 I.ot'l'') .-._. Post. Mrs: Sign A. .86k Klock. 137 Lot N.4 of.10 Vincent ft Anette
Block 157 Lot 2 redrickson, Mrs J:. ,86 PT. of Lot 1 In or 17 Pg. 643 Co. Rec. 23.87 Sunday 7:30: a.m. build an estate of
& 24 2 23 2 Walters. Uurford E, ft Fran. Block 131 Lot 7 W. 6 Ft. of 8 White Stanley E., Sr. &: Francts .
t Hlock 161 Lots 56.. 7. 8 Less Hays He Thomas) R. Carol 19.11(i. I ces W. 33): S L. 525Klttrell. Sunday Mass _- 2nd, 4th substantial proportions. Plan

Block 161 Lots 13, 14. 15. 16 Cainey.. W. C, Jr ( Julia AimLess Lots 10 & 11 (In or.21 Pg. 310)) G.A. moot UP Lot N4 of 2 William B. t Wife 4.75 Sunday __ 11:3 a.m. your family's financial
( He) 1911 Prince Survey No. 1 24 2N 28 Williams, Clarence & Stella Block 141 Lot 4 Mixon. Joseph ft Irrie 23.37 PINE GROVE BAPTIST security nowl

Block 168 Lot | Palmer Edward J. .!.86Belue 5.13 Block 142 Lot S4 of 8 McCollftufh. Leo 16056
Mock 168 Lot 14 W. F. .86 In DB 273 p,. 461 Co. Ree. 2*. 2 21 Melton. Joseph Marie 2.31 I Block 143 Lot N4 cf 1 McCollough Leo 4.47 CHURCH

mock 10) Lot ISlUock Peele. H. E. .88 Lot 1 In or 23 Pg. 83 Co. Rec. G. A. Block 146 Lot N 4 of 5 Oliver, Tommie Lee & A. & Ret. A. Z. Knight, Pastor I WOOTENInsurance
2 28
'117 Lots 8< to 16 Inc. Unknown 231: i Prince Survey 34 Durr. Lige.J & Ollie 211 9 25
Block 179 Lots 1. 2 Andrews (J. W., & Ma. Sr. ,f6 In DIt 151 Pe. IV Co. Rec. 24 2 28 McMickens. Henry 2.31 I Block 146 Lot N4,of 6 Alb rtje. Thomas. Jr. '..75 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I
Block 179 Lot 7 Creen.: H. F. .86 In DU 175 Pg. 256 Co. a eo. 24 2 28 Freeman. William 1.22 Block 147 Lot S 4 of 1' Williams Sarah '2337 Morning Worship 11 a.ra I AgencyCALL
In 6 45 Co Rec. 34 2 28 L. & K. 0' .il
Block 180 Lots 7. IJllock Unknown 1.22 or Pg. : Eaton Roger Mary Block 147 Lot E4' Roberts Albertie 101
180 Lots '47 18 19 (Les TO RD) Andrew (]. W., Sr. 1.221 I (Less He) 8.24 Block HI Lot W4 i>1' Roberts Albertie 13770 Training Union 7:00 p.m. j ELLEN SHANK
la DB 268 Pg. 157 Co. Ree. 39 2 28 Jortes Charlie 4.13 Block 148 Let N4. of 7 Lot I Mixon Josiah. '10.42
Shock 180 Lot 20 Airireus. C. W., Sr. .86 Evening Worship __ 8:00: pjn
Block '181 Lot 4 Belu. W. F. ..86Staggs. I In DB 109() Pg. 237 (Less 30 A) 40 2 28 Je ell. 4l.i C. .86 Block 149 Lot !.'.. If Ft. of 7 N. 64 Ft. 261.5503
Jllock 182 Lot 23 W. C. M Iu DU 275 Pg. 267 Co. Rec. 40 2. 28 Brazell. Hilton L. ft Z. A. 413Itrazell of 6 Williams. Nelson 65 02flIocIc Wed. Night Prayer .

Block'207 Lots 1. 2 NwnumNutz. Mrs. A. E. .$6Schroder In DB 273 Pg. 190 Co. Rec. (Ex or 15 141 Lot S 3| Ft. of S4 of 6 Crisp Buell ),1. 23.37 Meeting ___ 8 p.m.
)Klock 208 Lot 8 Fred .86 Pg. 545 Parcel No. 2)) 40 2 23 H. L.; Kennison. CH. Block 15J Lot 15. 16 Freeman Elbe S. 1422lienjamin.

Mock: Lots 9. II to II Inc. Mfrhaut. Mary 1.58HIppsley 37.70In Block\ 154 Lutl 17 to 26 Inc. .Amy (Est) IMiMorgan. Wednesday:
In DIn 2/3 Pg 112 Co. Rec .9 J J4 James 231 DIt 199 Pg. 111 Co. Ree 44 2 28 4 Baldwin: Evelena O 4.13 Block 157 Lots 11. 12 .< Mary, 5.07 7:45 -,-- .,..Pray..r Meetinet Try A Classified
Block 71 Lot 17 North HUliord Tmac In or 20 Pg, 399 Co. Rec. 44 2 28 Wilder, Arren &: Addie M. 2.31 Block 167 Lot 19, 29 Jobnsorf, Clarence ft Hugie :.95 r .-
Sub. Murray E. R. 136 In or 22 Pg: 412 Co. Rec. 44 2 23 Hersey CaTSHell 2.31 lilock) 158 Lots ... 13 Burgess H. V. 279 --- I

lilotk 1 Lot 22 $. Milliard Terrace NQ Itlock 1 Lot 4 (Less W 105 Ft. Wilders Block 166 Lots 7. 13', Freeman Elbe S. 965 .t', Amount of
3 Dean.L Charles H. 136 L'ub Plat No. '2) 44 2 28 Frederick. Harold E. & E. J. lUpck 166 Lots 8. 9 ) : : Edward, Vrnita 616 Description of Land See. Tp. Rt. Acres .. Owner t j Taxes
In or 17 Pg. 438 c>. Rec.. 9 3 24 McKmnon Hosea & Margaret (Less He) 5581 Block 166 Lots 17 to :20! Inc. 1Itlock 1 MizeU," Everett f 2337 .. I and Costs
7341 Lot 21 Wilders Nassau River Front 166 Lot 28 Roland( Willard W, ft Jessie \ .'1 : II 'w I
r Parcel B 44 2 28 Kephart Francis W & Ila n. j .,.
In DIt 128 Pg. 74 Cn. Rec. (Ex or 3 1 9 23 OLD I TOWN
408 Co. Rec) 9-3242A Williams, MeUar 824 15.98 Block 167 Lots 12 to 16 Inc. Cover Charles ft Mary Jean

U lQ pg.or 3 Pg 408 Co. Rec 9 3 24 Donely. David & Mozella 231 Lot 5 St. Patricks Cove Jacobs Owen Charles G. & V. L.. 10.42 16106Miller Block 5 Lots 10, 12. 13, 14 Knigit, floyd D. & Juanita 41.ii4z4. .
I In or 18 Pg 554 Co. Rec. 9 3 24 Pearson. Mary 122 Lot 6 St. Patricks$ Cove Turner. It. 907 mock 168 Lots 7. 8 Alberta 279 809
Lot 13 St Patrtcks Cove Franks Woodrow 114.83 Block 168 LoU 9. 10 Walker'Joseph &: Alfred 7.59
In or 18 Pg 555 Co. Rec. 8 3 24 Pearson. Florine 1.22I Block 7 Lots 10, 13. 14 Mrs. WJUjam 18.79SWier
Lot 17 St. Patricks Cove Tinsley. Ross 759 Mock: 170 Lot 3. 4 Colemao John D. & M. L. 5.07
17 63 Co. Rec. ((50 x 75)) Cenrtrwtten Co. 11483JUtort
Pg Block 13
lit or Lots 1 2
of S'i of 10 30 3 28 Bruce. Joe &Velma M. 9196 12 W. ft Eloise
9 3 24 Houghbrooks Tob &: Kate 37.20 Lot 84 I Block 170 Lots .11, Fleming Eligah Block J7 Lots 3. Mc47vIrt IS.; ft D. C
Lot S4 Of 23 (Less E. 93 Ft. of S 2) A 809Meltan
19 3 24 10 --Palmer Edwin J. 3.39 5588MarkU
37 ,
Lot In DB 272 Pg. 271 Co. Rec. 30 3 28 2 Phillips Charles R. ft Mary I Block )72 LOts 29. 30 W. H. 8.65Willlamj
In or 17 Pg 479 Co. Ree. 20 3 24 Mid State Homes Inc. 3(70 J. 82.98Lot E. 150 Ft of W. 255 Ft of SH of Out *. Arthur C. & Tiara
I In or 9 Pg. 646 Co. Rec. (Ex or 12 Pg. Block ISO Lots I. 7 Nelson 9.65 Lot 229 1472
979 Co. Rec.) 20 3 24 Davis. Oeorge ft: Edna R. 281 33 30 3 23 6 Armstrong. Emma (Est) 333 Block 180 Lot 8I Williams, Charles H. 507 E. 78 Ft. of S% of Out Lot 229 !Markham Arthur C. & Fl iOr.I
Lot 7 Askms Five Points Melvin. Kenneth J. & JudithC. I Block 111 LotS 4 of 7 Turner. David & Alice 7.59Blockll2LotSub5A&RofZLOtSUb
In DB 264. Pg. 34 Co. Ret 21 3 24 Claude Silvers Arthur 0; Reynolds.55.31 10.92Lot I C. 7.86

PT. of SE" of NEU In or 22 Pg. 287 15 $. 50 Ft. of 16 Askins Five C & D of 2 Fisher. Henry 12.33 I:RA W. HALL. TAX COLLECTOR
Ric. 22 3 24 $mit.h. James M. ft Dorothy Points Hold Carl '10.92 Block 187 Lot 2 Hull. Alice C. 160.56 !MSSAU COUNTYYe .
Co. 5561 Lot. 44 Five Points No. 2 Thompson. Leonard & Louis Bloc .187 Lot N4 of 6 Walker Hazel M. 800 -

In or 1A/ Pg. 231 Co. Rec. 28 3 24 1 McConnell. Henry W. ft Mild- M. 23966 1 mock 188. Lot 1 Ashe Palmer J. M. 1183
read C. 2.81 Lot 23 Rayon Terrace Savage Robert L. & Dorothy Block 188 Lot 3 !Renshaw Samuel E. ft Betty

353 Co. Rec. '37 3 24 Kuhlman. Verne & W leie C. 1375 R. '.50
In or 18 Pg. ) 4 Hardee Oak Grove No. I. Thompson. James W. &. Eleanor of 3 W. of Rd. 206 279
King. C. E. Sr. & Berth Clock D Lot < Illogic 196 N4! / Durr. Ligc ft Ollie :
1,38306 I 1082 Block 206 Lot 1Itloek Simmons, Arthur .133 I
N. 100 Ft. of W. 100 F Jl/lanok
213 Lot $
Lot 26 32 4 24 10 Kane Francis }'1. 3.39
In Chan. We. 17 Pf Ml 4 IN 25 z Pope Ella Mae 7291 OAKC.ROVESL'IJNO.3 .. of 1 ((100x100) Armstrong. A. V. ft Gladys 2809

C6 Co. Rec. (Ex 273 Pg.
,, ItS In DB.264 Co. Rec Pg.) 10 IN 25 4 r.radielc. H. W. ft: Beta 463 Block 1 Lot I .... Jones L. Derrell 4.If Wack 21UJ 42 H cf C. of 2. S. 58
Hardee. W. L. & Etoora L. Ft. of D. of 3 Samuels. Ollie Mae 3E3
16 Pt 140 Co. Rec 37 IN 23 Iturch. Doris C. 231 Block L Lot S
ll or '
In DB 216 Pg. 153 Co. Rec. 14 2N 25 4 tioodman. Annie L. 2.31 512 Block 214 tub Lot N. '59 ft. Df S. 78 In A Magnificent Mountain SettingOld
Hardee' W. ,. & L. Ft. of B of 'I' Edwards Vernita 5.57
of NE > of SE> of SEVi In or U Block L Lot t J. Elnqra .
PT 4 4 S "
Pf. 169 Co. Rec. W 2N 25 Itoatright. JeneUe 291 283 mock 214 Su* W4 tl D of 19 W!i of .
SE: Cor. of SE. (Less 2>,A) Block L Lot 7 Hardee W. ,L. &: Elnora L. N 14 Ft ef C of to' Mote Francis ft Wife 809
19 2t 25 2lt Rlakely, Mary (Est) 19.11 466PtOllips. Block 215 Sub S4 of, B of 1 Reshard. Samuel ft: M. 69.10
17 Pg. 475 Co. Rec Heing PT. Lots 12. 14 If Cashen Lot 20 Charlie R. & M. J. Block 215 N. 24 Ft of A of 6 (AA IB
In or i 950Graham. 23: Pg. 134 Co. Bee.) Williams Edward ft Leanna
of NEU of SWU 19 2N 25 I Mid SUtc Homes Inc. 95,31 or
IS DB 202 Pg 187 Co. Rec 19 2N 25 Arline. Carnelia 54.81Melton. Lot 11 Cashen Park Sub. Rewcy ft Nancy 7.1.
525 Block 216 Sub A of S Webb. Roscoc C. ft Isialeene
11or 6 Pg 488 Co. Rec 19 2N 25 Missouri Bel 2.31 .
Lot Thomas Manor Crowley Albert J. & E. D, .?9 7 86
424 Co. Rec. 29 2N 25 i Clark. W. E. 993 5 2
Dl 104 Pg
In DIt 2J3 Pg 46 Co. Ree 29 2N 25 Jones Elliott E.. Jr. 5481 In or 20 Pg. 509 Co. Rec. (AA) PT. of j Block 216 Sub C of 4 Atkinson, D. 0. 187
511 Lot 8 31 3 28 2 Ivey, George E., Jr. ft Dollis mock 216 Sub D of 5 Uooroe. S. J. 616PinkJey
tflfLOt1Btk41o33Pt Ree. Neuromb Sub. 31N 25 Blount E. R. ft Juamta 281Bunkley A. 11.42In Block 218 Sub Lots A, B. C D .f :3 WtfUam A. ft Julie
Co. or 21 Fg. 563 Co. Rec. 38 3. 23 Walker. Robert Tyson & Me 18393
of 1 Newcomb
3 Lot N 200 Ft.
llfcck 32 2N 25 Angelia Carter 463 (loria .. 1.72 Block 228 Sub F of I Williams, Esther 187
Sub Co. Rec. 100)) Block 230 Sub It of 2 John 3.33
609 Co. Rec IIIBloC'k In or 21 Pg. 501 ) (60 x I' Miller
19 Ifeutg
In or 3 New Pg.comb Sub 32 2N 25 Howard. Ellis ft Vera Jean 1.71 50 3 21 Nobles Charles J. & Lillie IGoodell : Block 230: Sub D of 2 Pratt. James H. 11.83
3.11 Block 230SubDof3SubCof3 tlrUfi Dora Fay
In or 19 3 Newcomb Pg. 612 Co.Sub Rec. 32 flame 2N InS 25 Chaxers, Dorothy M. 1.72 In 3 Pg. 230 Co. Ree. Lot 16 Glen- I Block 230 Sub A of 7 Williams. A. J. ft M. L. 507

In lilock DB 275 Pg :98 Co nee. 42 2N 25 >i Marshall. E J. 1.22 ",c: 50 3 28 A. J. & Ana V. 4.63In.PorUo.1Leul3AotLet2&II Block 230 Sub A of 9 Lindsey. Paul 567WilOams. '
Block Sub 907
( 231 "D" of | Rudolph
18 437 Co. Rec (lEx DIt 2W
'tin DB Pg. 6311i Dll n Pf 466 & PB 97 Pg. 16)) (Less IllockZllSubN.721t. of D c.l' liabb Mrs. Robert 418Jijtbb

Pg. 265) (Ex DB 262 Pg 51 2N 23 > J1o tr lht. Marion 193 18A) (Ex 262: Pg. 57)) (Ex or-1 Pf. Black 231 Sub C of 19 Mr Robert WCirtef

43{ Co. Rec. 51 2N 25 1 DaMs/H-; Ul 137)) (Ex or 3 Pg. 5|) 50 3 28 24la Tiryson. Alice L. 1069llryson I Block W Sub S. M Ft .f A cf 2 N.
Inor6 Pg 251 Co Rec 11 2N 25 Stalcup. SU R. 4 H. V. 36689 W Part of Lot 3 50 3 28 93In : Alice L. 20.41 42 Ft of R of 2 nul3aBlxk222LOtW'jofS.44 9-57
DR 272 Pg.
In Mid Slat InsKtment Inc 5481 DB 180 pg.lIOCo. Bee 19 3 28 3 Miner Mrs. F. B. 7.36 i Ft.00 C VprI4 Charm wonderful food Bridal
lit DH 275 Pg 331 Co. Rec. 51 2N 29In 7.56BIockN,442teAcfl ) gorgeous
Meade. H. It. OIZW.50F1. ft Elite
ofDof3 Albert
Dll 271 Pg. 53 Co. Rec. 51 2N 25 1 Keen. J. W.; Weintraub. Henry Lot 32 Fdaa. Read Rtplat 23.371 Patterson.
114 Lot 6 Bucks Fdna Beach No. 1 Dobbins. Marguerite S. ft6fcefU. LIMIts 18343

",1o1331P.PlgeSub 31 22423 OesMre.AnusW.&S..M.' S : Lot 36 Bucks Fdna Beach- No 1 McXendree, L. A. ft Joyce t Block 222 &lbCt43N,44 It of D. Suite, dancing bridge, bingo, movies, shuffleboard,
4C3Plair. 1511McKendree. ofvbd3 Roberts. Alberta 4173B

*Lnt 59. J P. Page Sub. 51 J 23 Rubin 413 Lot 36 Bucks Fdna teach No. 1 1.. A. ft Joyce Block 244 Sub A, It. C ef 4 < va. James H- 4 1. M. 965Buchan Olympic size; pool art lesons and rock hunting -near
69 J. P. Page Sub. 51 2N 25 Mellon, James Henry:; Jones. (Less He) (9(9 lock {aft Lot: Part .f 4 N4 of 2 Fraf ,
Lot ,loren<< ..63 mock I Lot I S4 tt 2 Bucki Fdna.B I. Lot I CordeD ft LOAth L.
#ch. No 2 Blount. Earnest B. ft: CUra G.11SM. 11.13Bloct golf 'courses antique and craft shops Biltmore
Al1ofiLe3SWWjbfl4E.0fNWl .
( 16 3 25 578 Darby. F. W. 144.37 251 Lot SH of 5 Smith. Mary V. 317TUiikos

,,All.of 44 S |5 VAIn Darby. F. w. 6449Haddock. mock 1 Lot U Soyth Feacn Sub. Morgan. W, D. 14Pmckley. : U42S.30 Ft r.l1 Sorensen Terrace ),{n. Pete 12.40 Estate Mountain trails drives pleasing rates.
Block 2.0 5 4 L. ft Meta
DIt 182 Pg. 84 Co. Rec. M 4 25 10 R. C. 303 cf. f Tajlor CJarrnce
IB v U Pg. 366 Co- RC. 34 4 2S 1 Alderman Benjamin ft Mae IU VIEW SU* JL ._ : 'B'IUd

*. 17 Pg. 23 Co. Rec. 35 4 2S 4 Geter.CintOn&UUieMail.$5In Etta 389 Block 5 Lots t t> I N. !. Ft of Lots 274 Lots II U 14 tee. Barber. EsteDe 1.12 Write Harry Tracy The Innkeeper

,In or or 18 Pf. 461 Co. )tee. PT. of SWU, 6 & 'IT Lots 23 to ,22 InC William. ft J, M Block J74 LoU .II. 21 Inc. Breeden.. Hcbart K. ft Cractc 13,\9StiDwefl. ,

of PT.NEU of Lot(Lot 9 In 6))DB ,19 Pg.39 215 4 S Co. Melton Marie ft Joseph 2Jt BIockSLctstolN.IOFLCfLOtI Piakiey. Wdunj. L&JM.S 15 fiG1 Block 279 LM K to 22 Inc.Block John ft Elizabeth 191* The Manor on Charlotte Street in Asheville,

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GA. TONA. BEACH SUB. 279 LoU 23. 28 SH of 27 to 31
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of Lot 8
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LoU 27. 47. U. 4* M. H U I 5 Carter. A. W. 15 J8 I Block 298 LoU Bf. II' Charles .83
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1 News-Leader, Fernandjna Beach, Florida -, Thursday May ,23", 1563 1/Jge Thiteei2t

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I __ -.1 IP To \\11 be honored on' Wednesday
r Bryant Academy Bryant Academy
I NEW THREE BEDROOM home, I night, May 29, at 7:30 p.m., in

II I WANT AD RATES hardwood$65 month. floors.Just outside$150 down city, HELP WANTEDMALE '-T A News Honor Helen Carter our This school cafetorium.is being planned." .

.05 per word .75 minimum limits. Ph. 2615419. M23p OR FEMALE collector- I for the honoree, in that she hast

Card of Thanks Resolutions salesman for an' establishedroute BY FRANCES HOLLIDAY Miss Helen E. Carter, elemen- I given many years in thje teaching

and SjmUar Notice FOR RENT in Fernandina and Yulee. \ The Bryant Academy Parent-i tary teacher in the public schoolsof profession to better the >JJves> of

.03 per word 11.00, minimum, Should live in or near Fernan Teacher Association held its final\ Nassau County for many years, I our boys and girls.

meeting of the school year recently -: She will retire on June 12; 1903,
Yulee Must have
Cal 261-3686 dina
or: 2614687or or .
FOR BEACH RENTALS, call 261- liability insurance. ApplyL. in the school cafetorium, I Assistant Chaplain, )1c Julius which ends our 1902-68 school
or place ad at\ office 4642 W. I. McCranie. Will be
' B. Price, 1554 Walnut, Jack. S with Mrs. Gladys Henry, vice- Henry. I term.
511 Ash Street glad to show anyone the beach sonville. M23pIF I president, presiding. P.T.A. Banners were won by I An invitation is extended .to all

t, apts and cottages. tic I II Among the more important : The Second Grade Mrs. E. M. to be present, and on time. A spe.

I YOU ARE 21 of and items of,business was the acceptance Richo, Sponsor, and by fifth and I cial invitation is I extended' to all
years age
LOVELY VACATION ocean Executive Commit I Holli-' of her former students Sd 'that
: FOR SALE downstairs !I would like to learn waitress .. of the sixth grades Mrs. F.

front apartment I tee's report which .indicated that day, sponsor. they may honor "Miss Carter".'
work, see Mr. Bqwers at Blue .
with fenced in yard. Sleeps 10 ----- --
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T' -- -
one homeroom mother from each ; ----

G.. E. VACUUM CLIJANp, rood to 12 people. Phone 261.3174.tic Seas. M23c : : ;i community will 'be asked to collect ..... .
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condition, $60. Phone 261-3439 CLERK FOR CLOTHING store. : dues for the summer months, :;1 ", .. ", j. L ,

M23p List references. (to be reported at the'first P.T.A.
in September.) ,
Leader. meeting
ONE USED 1959 model P.1000 MODERN, FURNISHED APT. Write Box A, do News Present homeroom mothers arc :

Ford tractor, Fpir condition. 337 N.. Fletcher. No. 3. Hot tfc as follows: Grade I-Section I I ilET US.HANDLE: ,EVERYTHING l nH' r

Will sell for '2.500 pjish. Rcaponable water furnished, $60 mo., year .
NOTICE Mrs. Elizabeth Dinkins, Grade I- : '\ : ,, ... .= i'
PUBLIC .. :. ..
\ offer will be considered. round. Apply apt. 1, Phone 261. I Section 2 Mrs. Bernice Price, i ,',,:.i3' !. '.." ,'.., ,\' ...... ." #
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CMl 3114. tIe .. : y .
Artwillvounj El 3-645(5( TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ,
or NOTICE 1 Grade 2Mrs. Lena Jones, Grade "t.i:;t ...." .. "
22>5122 between hojirs of 8 Grade'
FURNISHED APT. for rent Ph. NOTICE is hereby given that the 3 Mrs. Mentoria Motley, 0 '
a.m. and 5pm.CHIHUAHUA 3IOc I Trustees of the Internal Improvement 4 Mrs. 'Laura Rhodes Grades
261-4320. tfc Fund of the State, of Florida will offer II r4LT- Grade If you_have more bills than you can pay call
5 and 6 Mrs. Gladys Henry,
PUPPIES, retristrwl. ----. for sale and receive competitive on us for a loan We'll the entire
I arrange
White Grade
APARTMENT, newly decorated, sealed bids for .a State Drilling Lease 7 Mrs. Ruby and
Phone 2C1-4341.( or 261., $30. 309 S. Cth St. Apply at 111 for ml gas. sulphur, salt and/or 7)y 8 Mrs. Lucille Rainey. transaction on terms to suit you As a
518(;. tfcTWO brines. covering the interest of the Copr. LAFe
S.SthSt. tfc said Trustees of the Internal Improvement i The ,principal commented on matter of fact, we'll even set up the pay '
, Fund in the following described the large number of parents participating
BEDROOM HOUSE on 1H -lands the ol DON'T ONE ..SoRf ment schedule to give
sovereignty in County YOU HAVE WITH A activi- you every possible
FURN. house the
acres. Third house on rfrht off''I Nassau in, the State of Florida, to-: '
I Bailey Rd. 1% baths. 1891 S. Fletcher. wit: DOOR TH15' ''GHN ties and in "Operation Alphabet". advantage.
$250 equity '
mo II All or any part of the lands be.
tfc: Phone 2613472. M30c longing to the State of Florida andtiHMerlvina He also commented on the eagerness .
tho c.t;; Marvc River of members to participate
I THREE BEDROOM unfurnished bin i a"strip of land approximately I : 'be
UPRIGHT PIANO, small ant one hundred ((100) feet in width :. PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE in the softball game to playedon

size, $200. Also, short length house across from Yulee Bap- from the' center line of the chan PUBLIC NOTICETALLAHASSEE. OF INTENTIONTO June 1, sponsored by District
I tist Church. Phone nel or bed of the river to the mean FLORIDA MAKE Four P.T.A. Nassau County vs.
blue formal APPLICATION f
gown, size 15 2255270.M23p high tide mark, being the bound. NOTICE FOR FINAL DISCHARGE loans up Mi to $600 -
,$15. Worn of the Duval County.
once. Phone 225-5461( ary line adjoining riparian '
landowner; said strip of land com NOTICE is hereby given that the Parents were informed of the
after 3:30: p.m. M30c Honda State Road Department will IN COURT OF THE COUNTY JUDGE "
AT BEACH DAY OR WEEK 2 mencing at a point on the l\.
Marys River at the intersection of offer for sale and receive competitive NASSAU COUN1Y, STATE OF problem with children oossinp. 0. A (' FINANCE
FOR SA1'ELEASE OR RENT- bedroom furn. apt. 261-3218 or the Southwesterly boundary of Section scaled bids for a State Drilling. Lease FLORIDA. LV PROUATE. Highway 200 in going to and .
723 Fletcher. tfc Forty.three ((43)). TownshipFour for oil, gas sulphur, salt and/or In re the Estate of ,
I Grocery store with beer license, (4) North. Range Twenty- brines, covering the interest of the Estellf drund Reynolds Deceased. from school, and an immediate response CORPORATIONAMOUNT '
I service station with living quar.ters three (23)) East (Martha Dell said Florida State Road Departmentin To All Whom It May Concern: as to solutions was given. I
SMALL HOUSE, close in, plentyof rant) and the extension thereof the following described lands in Notice is hereby given that Charles General announcements May '
corner 17 and 2M. shade. Couple only. No dogs. with the center line of the St. the County of Nassau in the State of II.. Reynolds) filed his final report as j "
Phone 2255210. J6cnOMOUTE Marys River and'thence running Florida, to-wit: Executor of the estate of Estelle 29 "Appreciation Program, j YOU_ en 24 MONTHS _20 MONTHS 11 MONTHS _12 MONTHS

.,.. -.---_. Apply Seaside Motel, 261.4503 downstream a distance of approxImately All or any part of the lands belonging Crund: Reynolds, deceased; that he honoring Miss Helen E. Carter, I S 7.5.00 S 5.06 S 5.47 S 7.55
tfc fifteen (15)) miles to a to the Itate of Florida filed his petition for final discharge, ,
MOTOR point of the intersection of said underlying Highway numbered U. and that he will apply to the Honor retiring teacher, June 3 Registration -I 1 160.00 S 9.49 10.79 11.67 16.11
BIGGEST BOAT VALUE in I centerline of the St. Marys River S. 1, being a strip of land approximately able J. E. Weatherford, County Judgeof for First Graders; June
town. 16 ft. Cartercraft with THREE BEDROOM house, Five wit the Northerly extension of Two Hundred (200) teet' In Nassau County Florida on the 4 Honor Society Meeting and I 25OO 24.86 28.35 30.69 2.50
Poln.ts Cal} 2615421. tfc the West boundary of Section Thir. width and commencing at a'pointat 2atn clay of May, 1963. for' approval of '
Hdmolite motor. Less than 1 ty.nine (39), Township Five (5)) the intersection of said Highway same and for final discharge as Exe. last day of school for pupils; June 600.00 34,39 39.3 2.66 59.35

year old. Boat Motor Tilt North. Range Tuenty-fcur ((24) numbered U. S: 1,.'and the cutor of the estate of Estelle irund 12 last day for teachers. ..,
FURNISHED, NEWLY decorated East (Sarah Petty rant); said center line of the channel or threadof Reynolds deceased, on the 8th day of Atlantic Avenue
Trailer $1100. Call 261-3733, downstairs apt. 1G N. 5th St. tract of land to include but not the St. Mary's River. thence May 1963. Newly elected officers are as 308

Howard Hammond. tfc. tfc be limited to. the beds and bottomsof running South a distance of approximately Charles R. Reynolds follows: President Mrs. Men
Phone 261-4227. the St. Marys River and all of Two (2) miles. to a Executor of the estate of Fernandina leach, Florida
the water bodies, streams. creeks point at the intersection of said Estelle irund: Reynolds, deceased. toria Mobley, Vice.President-
1957 PONTIAC, two door, radio UPPER hECK APIS. Completely bayous lagoons lakes inlets and Highway numbered U. S. 1 and 4lbin C. Thompson Jr., Mrs. Gladys Henry, Secretary Telephone 261-3681
and heater, excellent condition. tributaries of the St. Marys finer the South boundary of Section Forty Attorney for Executor White Assistant Secretary
furnished including TV including all islands formed by .Nine (49)), Township Four (4)) 3C8 'Atlantic Avenue, Mrs. Ruby __ _Offici Hours Doily ?-5; Widn/ doy Saturday_ M2 ,
Paid $795. A buy at only $450. Phone 261-3118 tfc said river; said tract for the pur. North, Range Twenty.Four ((24)) Femandina Beach, Florida.4t Mrs. Emily Gilyard, -
Phone 2615376. tIe poses herein described shall be East said tract for the purposes 59. 16, 23, 30 Treasurer Mr. Alonzo Autry, -ALSO- FIVE CONVENIENT OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE
said to contain approximately one herein described shall be'said to irDoes 1
"- DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT: hundred eighty-one and eight.tenths contain approximately Forty-Eight Chaplain Mrs. Ruth Walthour,

USED LAWN MOWERS.; Good Unfurnished. Corner of 4th and ((181.8)) acres, more or less. and five-tenths, (48.5)" acres. moreor I Py'I5. NOTICE

) selection. Phone 261-4482. tfc. Said, Trustees have ,determined tha. less. CREDITORSIN .
Calhoun Street, across street the lease shall require royalty payments All or any part of the lands belonging THE -COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT j; .'.-,- -" 1
from school. (St. Joseph's Academy of one-eighth in kind or in to the State of }lori a' un iy: AND }OR NASSAU COUNTY, ':"\- "";!\ : "- --
300 ACRES WITH 9,000 feet ). Phone 261-4200 or 261- value for oil and gas produced frca denying Highway numbered S-121. I 1LOR1UA. IV PROllATE. your I
said lands and cents long
frontage on U. S. 11'at Yulee. per being a strip of land approximate. Case Number 2021. It's time for
tIc ton for sulphur salt and/or brines a
3800. ly One Hundred'(100)( ) feet in width Ip re: Estate of Joseph Manley
$400 per acre. Willing to trade -. produced from said lands, and an annual and commencing at a point at the Askins, deceased. STUTTER1
rental of ten cents per acre in of numberedU. and All Persons
part for front home intersection Highway To: AU Creditors
ocean FRESHLY PAINTED advance for first year, 25c per acre S. 1 and Highway number. Having Claims or Demands Acaust: gine
I lot at Fdna. Beach. "Richard TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED; for second year SOc per acre for ed S-121. at Boulougne. Florida: Said EsUte: e TUNE-UP

HarVer, 2724 Park St., Ph. EV :, 421 N. third year and $1.00 per acre per thence running South a distanceof You, and each of you. are hereby FALTER
8-2V.91: apt., private entrance. year thereafter Primary term of the approximately Four ((4)) milesto notified and required to present any jERKs
Jax. M30p 1 3rd. tfc lease will be ten years. a .point at the intersection of claimS and demands which you. or
The bidding shall be on the basisof said Highway numbered L'12.1AND either of you. may have against the I from
a cash consideration for the lease, THE South boundary of Section estate of Joseph Manley Askins. Deceased ?
the amount of which cash consideration Thirty.Three ((33)), TownshipFour late 'of Nassau County. Florida ,
acreage. Brick, 3 bedrooms, furnished. AH electric kitchen. 'I shall include offer of rental for ((4) North Range Twenty- ., to the Honorable J. E. Weather.

hardwood floors, fireplace, bath Phone 261-52o9> or 2613230. tie the Copy first o( year the lease at the form rate stated is availablefor above. Three ((23) East, said tract for tue ford. County Judge of Nassau County,
shall be '
purposes herein described aqd file the same in his office in theCounty
and I &. separate dining room, inspection in the, State Land Office said to contain approximately Court House in Nassau County -. If so1
fenrp', VA approved. Phone 261. SMALL UNFINISHED house of the Trustees of the Internal Forty Eight and fue-tenths); (''J.U: ,. Florida within six calendar ,
3395. tie for rent 1310 Franklin St. Callinformation Tallahassee.Improvement Florida.Fund., Elliot The successful Building acres more or less. months from the date of the first publication -

2 1.5for further bidder will be required to pay all Said Florida State Road Department hereof. Each claim or demand
-- -- shall be in writing and shall state
has determined .that the lease I
advertisement of this Notice.
ALEXANDER ArTS.I \ tfc costs of shall require royalty payments of cure- the place -of residence and post office
All bids must be accompanied by '
address of the claimant and shall be
I 317: N. FLETCHER JEDhSb Certified or Cashier's Check for the eighth in kind or in value said for lands oil and and I sworn to by the claimant. his agent, Get
from car's
unfurnished gas produced motor for
rwo full amount of the cash consideration I your ready
and such claim
4 UNIT APTS. Completely fur- offered as bid. fifty cents per long ton for sulphur, or attprpey any or
imbed. Call Jax. Fla. after C, boose. Sealed bids may be filed in the salt and/or brines produced.from said demand not so filed shall be void.Dated .

PO 5-4460./ M23c 6 State Land Office. Trustees of the cents lands,per and acre an in annual advance rental for'of first ten sNANCY May 6. 1963.ASKINS HERRING carefree driving in the warm-
Elliot "
Internal Fund. .
TWO ROOM furnished apartment. Nancy Askins Herring as Executrix
year, Z5c per acre for second .year,
I'.uiiding. Tallahassee, Florida, in advance
HOUSE TRAILER with 2 room ,6 of the sale date hereinafter due per acre for third year and $100 ley Askins of the, Estate deceased.of Joseph Man- weather months ahead
SA3LMAN stated or may be presented to the per acre per year thereafter. Primary
II. F.
attached. Terms arranged. Ph. be HERBERT Wm, FISIILER
Trustees at their meeting on said term of the lease will ten years.
Askins ,
Attorney Nancy Herring
2615234. tIe PHONE 261.3221 date in. advance" of.the opening of the i The bidding shall be on the basis of as Executrix of the Estate of JosephMjidey SAFETY
Diets me sealed mas win oe openea a cash consideration for the lease Askins, deceased Only
and read at the meeting of the said Ute amount of which cash consideration I .
BUY A HOMESITK 4t 59. 16. 23. 30
on the Na Trustees June 11. 1963 at 10:00: A.M. <<>n shall include offer of rental for
ran River Beautiful high MISCELLANEOUSVANITY 1(EST) in the Board Room of the the first year at the rate stated above.
Governor's office in the Slate Capitol Copy of the lease form is available i PIJPUC NOTICENOTICE
and lots at Na
dry auv\ne\ Hutlding. Tallahassee Honda. for inspection in the office of the I
Others with waterfront privileges. BEAUTY SHOP i Said Trustees reserve the right to reject Florida State Road Department Room OF APPLICATION JOB 6 6/ .. \
I down any and all bids, / 125. Krevard Huilding. Tallahassee TAX DEED
Small payment. Thrifty permanent wave, 595. I r.Y ORDER of the Trustees ,of the Honda The successful bidder will be Sec. 194.IS, F. S. \,
T"rmi to RuiL Phone Francis Distinctive service, budget Internal Improvement' Fund of the, required to,pay 'all cost.of.advertisement -' : NOTICE IS HEREHY; CIVEN: that 0 ( ,
State of Florida. of this Notice. All bids must be Cornell Benjamin the holder of the ., =;:
Ellis, POpular 5-2I( Gl., Jackso't- prices. Telephone 261-4686 for Farris Bryant Governor accompanied by Certified or Cashiers' following certificates has filed said any six. r'J= ; _-.u :

villt. ffc. appointment tic Attest Van H. Ferguson Check for the full amount of the cash certificate for a tax deed to be is .
Director.Secretary consideration offered as bid. sued thereon. The certificate numbers 1 cylinder car I. ( l!

LARGE SHADED LOTS at Am. HOME fADE POUND cakes, 4ts 59. 11, 23. 30 Sealed bids may be filed in the office and cf the sears property of issuance and the the description names in j }I
of the Florida State Road Depart ,
lia, 100 X 145. $10 down. $10 1 layer and birthday cakes, pies. ment. Room 125 Brevard Building, which it was assessed are as follows: 888 -
PUBLIC NOTICE Certificate No. 226 Year of Issuance
per month. Call Howard Him- All kinds. Call Patricia Lodge. Tallahassee, Florida, in advance of 1960 q.-- III
INVITATION FOR BIDS FORADDRtSSOGR.I the sale date hereinafter stated, or .1 .. ,
: tIe
mond, 2613733. tf: 2G1-5332 '1I EQUIPMENTThe may be presented at the sale in advance .i Description. D. of J.ot of 2 Property City of Block("ernandinaiseach. 2tf SubB. car _
Hoard of Commission of the of the bids. The *
County opening .
Parts extra if needed
$500 DOWN, $62.25 A MONTH iF YOU HAVE a drinking prob- ers of NasS3u County Florida offer sealed bids will be opened and read Name InIohich assessed MamieDrown. JI
\ lemT, te Alcoholics Annnvmous. for sale and invite bids for the following June 11. 1963. at 3:00 P.M. (E.S.T.) .
buys two bedroom hove, large described in the Hoard Room of the Florida WE
Box 338. city. F.L-G-7700 I equipment AU of said property being in the DO ALL THIS. .
rooms, $7,000. One (I) Model 192-50 ADDRESSO-! State Road Department. Holland Build county of Nassau. State of Flonda I
CRAPH: FRICTION FEEDER used ing. Tallahassee. Honda Said State I
Unless such certificate certificates -
'* FLOOR SANDING ana refinish. vith Model 1100 Addressograph machine Road Department reserves' the rightto shall be redeemed according or to 0 Clean and Adjust Spark Plugs 0 Check Coil and Condenser .. '

THREE BEDROOM, 1% baths I in?. Floor tile Paul E. Hanson. for automatic. feeding equippedwith reject any and all bids. Jaw' tie property described in aich
1 -- HO AC motor BY ORDER of the Florida, State certificate or certificates will be sold
0 Clean and Set Points
beautiful lot near high school. Phone 261-4609. tfe This equipment may' be seen and Road Hoard. U, the highest bidder at the courthouse 0 Check Generator and

$10,000ith $350 down, $C3.50 examined by contacting E. N. Me- John R, Phillips, Chairman door on the first :Monday in
\ I II 0 Set Voltage Regulator
Kendree. Tax Assessor, Room No.4. Month of June 1963, which is the 3rd Timing
month. County Courthouse Fernandina Beach, Attest F. K. Strickland day of June 1963-

if WANTED londa Secretary Dated this 2nd day of May, 19CL:: 0 Adjust Carburetor 0 Check ,
I Sealed bids marked "Bid for Ad 4t 59 16 23, 30 (SEAL) D. O Oxley BatteryI

NEW MASONRY, three dressograph Equipment" together Clerk of Circuit Court of Nassau ,

bedroom home, $600( down, only FURNISHED HOUSE with twoor with Hoard deposit of County of 10'",Commissioners of bid payableto of ;*U County Florida. 5-3.9.16,30 Just Say "CHARGE IT" Taka months to pay

$55 month including: .. tax and In. three bedrooms by June 1. Nassau fulfillment County of bid.Florida.shall conditioned be submitted on PUBLIC NOTICE

surance. Phone 261-5827. M23p to D. O Oxley Clerk: to Board County NOTICE TO DIDDERS PUBLIC NOTICE

-V Commissioners Nassau County. Sealed bids will be received at the office NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NEED A USED air-conditioner. Florida. ut later than 10;00 o'clock of the Amelia Island Mosquito I'LORID.STATVT S I
AT YULEE, masonry three bedroom Phone 2614892. M23cINSTRUCTIONS AM June 12th. 1963 at which time Control District of Nassau County, pf THE COURT OF TilE COUNTY firt'Ont NEW TREADS

home, reasonable down same will be considered. Florida at 7 N. 4th Street. Femandiira JUDGE NISSIU COUNTY, 1LOR-
--- -- -- Sale shall be for cash payable
rayment and monthly price Beach. Florida until 200; PM. rri IDA, IN PROBATE. I 'A\\\ APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES
'' I within ten ((10)) days acceptance day May 31. 1963. for the ffllowing: I. re: Estate of
of bid by County Commissioners. Con. .
MORRIS C. MOORE. Deceased.To I
I I One (1)) New Dyna Fog 1200. Mos
veyance: will" be by absolute bill of All Creditor* and Persons Having WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE -
John T, Ferrrira & Son quito Fogging Machine, as follows: ,
sale.The Claims or Demands Against Said Es-
( 50* Atlantic Aif, Pb! 261-3371. Board reserves the right to reject Insecticide output -12$ GaL Per ;ate: til Harrow or Wide Design,
... ran' all bids. Hour.
Jon SECURITY be by any or You and each of you are hereby
'.. r. yours Dated this %3rd.. day of May. 1961 -Dimensions 57" x :3T in", notified and required to present any I: 4ll I Tubeless Tube-type
POSTERBOARD -. sIll! sizes and preparing now for coming Civil TOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS J.-Full Remote Controls. Claims and demands 'vyhich you. or'' a 4 for

colors, for school projects, win. Service exams. Send name, address SIONERS.HJORIDA NASSAU, COUNTY' 4.-Pouer SlIP Gasoline Engine. either of you. may have against the I _): ._ il.1 g' .

dow cards, etc NEWS.-LEADER. and phone number to NATIONAL / By Harry Poole, Chairman. 5.-Burner to operate on Diesel Fuel estate late of of said Morris County C, Moore.to the deceased.County Our Ntto Trtodi, identlfed by lltdolUon end MOp mark, art v '

:511 Ash St.1D57VOLWSWAThN. : TRAINING SERVICE Attest: 00.S. Ju ----- INC. Box 500, Greenwich, Conn. D. O. Oxley Clerk. .-Metered.Hour Meter and Temperature his office la the court house of said I 1.A/i'uul detect* la voriunubhip and materials during Lit of treai.
2t 523. 30. Meter, County at rernandiaa Beach. Florida 1 2.Ajiinit normal road hazards (empt HpiuaLb. N'Cturh) 4949
:2 door sedan JU25c ControUble output.' within, six calendar months from the towd H tvtryday proengtr car II8Ior if monlhi.
top condition, white sidewalls i I PUBLIC NOTICENotice '1.111'011 AC Generator Plant. time of the first publication of this RtpUctmenU prorated on &rtad YrW' aDd bated on Ek price current '
-Price must consider trade in of Eouce. Each claim or demand shall at tune of adjudmral
radio and heater, $750. 1 I II is hereby given Out the unders'gned. OJd "Dyna.Fog Machine 600." be. in writing and shall state the I, a
Call 2613178. M 3c I pursuant to the "Fictitious AU bid must exclude aU Taxes. I place of residence and pout office address 1m El Plus tax and 4 trade-In tires
Name Statute" Chapter No. 20953. All bids must tate earliest delivery I of the claimant and shall be _
: I Laws of Florida mi. as amended by date. I sworn to by the claimant his agent .r ,, '
SELL OR TRADE -. Jacksonville. Chapter No. 26760. Laws of Florida AU bids must be marked on outside I or attorney, and any such claim or FREE OAR SAFETY CHICK !

home in University Park, 1 mile 1951, being Section 86509. Honda of sealed envelope "liid on Fogging demand. not so filed shall be void.
: I Statutes. will, register with, the Clerkcf Machine," and not to be opened until Mabel C. Moor, I
past Jax University. Owner. I I II the Circuit Court in and for Nassau 2:00 P.M. Friday May 31, 1963." As administratrix of the Estate of II
builder home 34 year old, qak County Florida upon receipt of proof The Board of Commissioners of Amelia Morns C. Moore, deceased.
floors I I II of publication! of this notice, the fictitious Island Mosquito Control District of Thoj. J. Shave. Jr. I I
pressure treated sub. name tOWitcOOPER'S ; Kfesau: Cwtnty, Florida reserves the Attorney For AdministratrixU
floors, plasteredvalls, eat.in LAUNDRY i right to reject any or all bids. and to ,,4 M. 9. 19. 2319SAFETY3
GE electric kitchen 3 Under '" hichIo'e are engaged in accept the cheapest or best. if such -EI BEACH SUPPLY$
bedrooms I
I business at 201 South 14th Street in I action is to the best interest of said

2 full tile baths, entry hall, dinIng the City of Fernandina Iteach. Florida. Board. I Is ......-....- .-
: room many other extras. I VKEEP 0 & That the parties interested in said THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
business enterprise. are as folio A i: OF AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO
On bus line. No qualifying: Ph. FROM IETWEEN CJiarles M Cooper or Luella Kathtr- CONTROL DISTRICT OF NAiSAVCOUNTY.
Charles M. Cooper RA 4-5918. i I ine Cooper, his wife Sole Owners as FLORIDA 118 Atfontif Avenue Phone 261-4482
M23c PARKED CARS I an estate by the entireties.it By U. Ralph Wolff Chairman in Florida
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I Page Fourteen News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, May 23., 1963 I II .
News From Adult Ceramics Class in the Ballet Class ((5 & 6)) in the Senior Life Saving Course in
Ceramics Room at 9:30 a.m., Mar- Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne the Pool at 4:00: p.m.
I tha Jean Puletti, Instr. Owens, Instr. Adult Ballroom Dance Class in
The Rec CenterBY Ballet Class ((3 & 4) in the Ballet Class ((7.9)) in the Audi- the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.
f:fje $ake Saloon' NE Auditorium at 10:00: a.m., Julanne torium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne Men and Boys' Health Club in
Owens, Instr. Owens, Instr. the Health Club Room, day and
NW SANDY DeSANDRO Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the Atlantic Avenue Playground, evening.Cub .
Florida's Oldest and Most Historic NS Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., Jul supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 p.m., Scout Pack 171 in the Game
,THURSDAY, MAY 23rd I II Bean Dance Rehearsal in the anise Owens, Instr. I Hugh Sides, Supv. Room at 7:15 p.m.
Favorite Place I Auditorium at 7 p.m. -- .. .. .. _
Fernandina Beach's Meeting Playschool in the Game Roomat ---- -

For The Finest In Beverages 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr. Island Squares Club in the
Adult Ceramics Class in the Game Room at 7:30: p.m.

Boiled Shrimp Ham On RyeBarbecue : Ceramics Room at 9:30: a.m., Adults and Teens Ceramics C. ,
Class in the Ceramics Room at
Martha Jean Puletti, Instr.
Kosher Sandwiches BY WALTER J. PRESTON, JK. Ballet Class ((8 & 4 yrs.) in the 7:30 p.m., Martha Jean Puletti,

DIRECTOR Auditorium at 10:00 a.m., Julanne Instr.

Owens, Instr. Men and Boys' Health Club in L=H '4 ) i1
The following are names of Ballet Class ((6 yrs.) in the I the Health Club Room, day and I :( C j t % C- I
Hurricanes for the year 1963, in Auditorium at 2:30: p.m., Julanne evening. !
'alphabetical order: Arlene, Beu- Owens, Instr.
OrmstrongSALES I lah, Cindy, Debra, Edith, Flora, Ballet Class ((5 & 6 yrs) in the Beginners the Art Room Square at 8 Dance Clubin
; Ginny, Helena, Irene; Janice, Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne! p.m.
__. 'I Kristy, Laura, Margo, Nona, Owens, Instr. TUESDAY, MAY 28th
I' Orchid, Portia, Rachel, Sandra, Ballet Class ((7-9)) in the Auditorium \ li
t t. Terese, Verna and Wallis. at 4:30 Julanne Playschool in the Game ROOD
I I Originating from now until Owens, Instr. p.m. at 9:30 a.m., Joan Bean, Instr.

AND INSTALLATION I December, generally in the areas Atlantic Avenue Playground, Brownie Troop 355 in the Game ?( 'J ;
I far to the east and far to the supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m. Room at 3:00: p.m. :
west of the tip of Florida they dugh Sides, Supv. Ballroom Dance Class (age 11-
PORTER & LOVEQUIST I will reach their frequency peaks Senior Life Saving Course in 13)) in the Conference Room at
during August, September, and the Pool at 4 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
Color Center8th early October. Conference Rm., Senior Citizens Tap Dance Class in the Auditorium

St. At Five Points Phone 261-3068 They will wind northward along Club at 7 p.m. at 3:30: p.m., Julanne ,
Downs Carpet Valspar Paints Wall Paper paths charted by the U, S. Wea Adult Ballroom Dance Class in Owens, Instr. *
ther Bureau with an accuracy the Game Room at 8:00 p.m. Ballet Class ((9-11)) in the Auditorium -
that will aUow for Mothers Aux. of Troop 191 in I
-- ---- I emergency I at 4:30 p.m., Julanne
I preparatory measures and evacua- the Game Room at 7:15 p.m. I Owens, Instr.
tion from low ground. The twists, Men and Boys' Health Club in / oi:
DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST I turns, circles, stationary swirls the Boys' Locker Room, day and Atlantic Avenue Playground,
supervised play, 3:30. 5:30 ,
and other caprices that mark the evening. p.m.
EN ANAUTO' of hurricanes, however, Hugh Sides, Supv.
Bourses do not lend themselves to fore- FRIDAY, MAY 21th : Ceramics Class ((10 and 11)) in
rrfflnsHRjvn I the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m.,

:' ,\f.. -. :v\-*: ...V.. ., '.''''' '. .... casting. Sub-Teen Club in the Game I Martha Jean Puletti. Instr. ,',.1'.1J'

? ':': ': .< .; .<, (: ::" ;;":,: ) ::' :<: \/-0/ )J.tV'Y ; I each One hurricane prediction will is write certain its own- Room Men at and 7:15 Boys'pm.Health Cub in Game Teen Room Ballroom at 7:30 Dance p.m. in the '.* .

', t history, will vary from past storm the Boys' Locker Room, day and Barbershop Quartet in' the Conference i.. .
-FRONT-END[ CHECK I patterns, will go where it pleases evening. Room at 8:00 p.m. "
and do what it pleases with
i no High School Dance in the Auditorium -
Adult Ballet Exercise in
difference to local traditions.For at 10 Senior Chorus)
"SPECIAL" ONLY $6.50For far-sighted communitiesthere SATURDAY,p.m.MAY 23th4H Auditorium Owens, Instr.at 8:00: p.m., Julanne
are defense measures that I Be Certain They're Safe
Men and Boys' Health Club in
can be invoked with advance natural .
disaster planning including: .Play Day in the Game Roomat the Health Club Room, day and

Alignmentand warning systems, evacuation 10 a.m. evening

$3.00 To I cedures, realistic residential pro-and Auditorium Piano Recital at 10:30 Rehearsal: a.m. in ,the WEDNESDAY, MAY 29th and count the cost in pennies '
commercial building codes, shelters -
Balance FrontWheels I and public education. 4-H Play Day Swim in the Poolat Girl Scout Troop 108 in tin 1

I. For areas hit and hurt there is Bean 1 p.m.Dance Rehearsal in the Game Room at 3:00: p.m. Keepsakes, Jewelry, Tax Records, Wills, Insurance Poli
help. City,. County and State Atlantic Avenue Playground,
Free Brake Adjustment Agencies are geared for disaster Auditorium at 2 p.m. supervised play, 3:30: 5:30: p.m., cies. All the things you wouldn't want to lose and
Teen Club in the Game Room at
With This Big assistance coordinated by Civil 7:30 p.m.Island Hugh Sides, Supv. the things you couldn't afford to lose are sure of .
Defense. The American Red Cross Ceramics Class ((12 and 13)) in
Special t / and other national and local organizations Auditorium Squares at 6:30 Club p.m. in the the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., protection against fire, theft, or loss in our modern
have plans that can Martha Jean Puletti, Instr.
WE ALSO HAVEQUALITY m 1 be implemented immediately. SUNDAY, MAY 26th Senior Life Saving Course in vaults. And a Safety Deposit Box costs you just penniesa
Where the effects of the hurri- the Pool at 4:00 p.m. .
cane have resulted in widespread Piano Recital in the Auditor I Adult Ceramics Class in the day .
disaster the federal government ium at 2 p.m. (Mrs. Boot) Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m., Mar (

will step in with emergency aid. MONDAY, MAY 27th tha Jean Puletti, Instr.
I The contact here is also,? civil De Bean Dance Rehearsal in the I II
fense. Children's Art Class in the Cer- I Auditorium at 7 p.m. I II FLORIDA National+ Bank
GOODYEAR TIRES Nassau County Civil Defense amics Room at "3:30: p.m., Faith Men and Boys' Health Club in I !
published a Natural Disaster Bro- Britton, Intr.Atlantic I the Health Club Room, day and at Fernandina Beach
AT SPECIAL PRICES chure last year. This is still per- Avenue Playgrouna, i evening.
tinent and copies can be obtained supervised play, 3:30 5:30 p.m., '
at the Civile Defense Office. Hugh Sides, Supv. THURSDAY, MAY 30th aJ

Teenage Ballet Class in the Muwn netiu DEPOSIT ""..." coireunoN
Playschool in the Game Room ,
Co. "The man who quits complain. Auditorium\ 3:30: p.m., Julanne I
at 9:30 a.m., Bean, Instr.
SiredMotor jng about his wife's cooking:: Owens. lestr.Preteen I .. .
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proves that she's learned betteror Ballet Class in the ---- ,.

C29 South 8th. .. 1615819k he has." Kenny Bennett, Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne
Greencastle (Ind.) Putnam Coun Owens, Instr. ISN'T THIS ELECTRIC BILL
ty Graphic.
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the land sales.

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of suspected hanky-panky in : y. /
such deals. I think three or four .
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a'% R others bogged down. f
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going at this thing backwards.Oh .
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''e been frauded, alright Maybe
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t.. say, for a swamp buggy ride.

But having buggy toured one :'.::
f\\,. of these semitropical, scenic, sub- i : x..,{.r. :h 4 4Nyy
if" dived, reptile infested savannahs
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afraid this case may be
headed for the courts. The
.than a Personal, Colorful tion of whether what' was ques sold you need is a pencil and paper to see just how big a bargain electricity really Is!

was land may never be decided.It Look at Reddy's wages on your bill-then divide them by the number of jobs he did '
is a legal question, not sociological
EXTENSION PHONEPamper So the Supreme Court for you with his work-saving'a fiances. It isn't much per job is it? The dollar you pay

wouldn't consider it. in today than ever before. No Wonder folks agreethat t
Reddy wages brings more ,
Mom with the '
3 ear-round time and step-saver-an extension phone. ..
Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it most-bedroom, The greatest and costliest single ELECTRICITY 1 is the biggest bargain in I the household budget! 7

kitchen, Florida room, patio. To order, call your Telephone Company Business medicine undertaking is the in broad the history research of .

Office or ask any telephone seni man. *3 program against cancer, accord Florida Public Utilities Co ;

\ -Southern- ( fle ll' ciety.ing to Help the American step up this Cancer research So-

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