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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: January 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
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Slnct 1858 Absorbed by Puretin., Merger or Succession, Th. Florida Kcwi, ", Eail Florldlin Ttit Prnlnnuli. Th. rrtlnnmni l'ftu"er. 'll>' Inland City rm.iW''ia uiwmrr Frrnindlnn Exp"'... The Fcrnnndmi Newt The Florid Mirror, The" N" ...IU ("ounl) Star, Th. New. Tut FermindiM, Record
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I /utl/amllll1' Two Nassau County Youths f"t, Teenagers BoundTo







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Congressman: I D R. I Billy' !Mmthews -
Don't t forget second polio
your announced this week fumi
vaccine Sunday See In thin r
itory his Washington/ ollke the following In Local Robberies
Issue fur time and place.
appointments of young men trim ,
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The pot continue to boll on the I fi Service Academies:
proposed bridge from Fernandina
Beach to St. Mary's which would i A principal. appointment' to the \ pnllmliuii)' 111'11'11111la./ licld 1 tensed two others for limilficH-nt

link Florida and U S. Air Force( Academy lit Cd. r'llilm fur a stilt nl !Neye' lien. in lid'nc'pIhii'i'
Georgia along the
Eastern St'aboard. Mere this week orado Springs Colorado, went! to au'sI i hu 1II1I' ,,'clI\: but ke into ,others, In the Bnng are
;)avid Sit ken, Mr. and !Mrs. and relilii'il.
was another representative of Wilbur ? son of UMM l'ut'at' bIiNilll'MM Juvnille* and hnxc had a lie'in'Ing
Wilton C Stokes of Callahan es anil a he'nu'>
Smith and Associates, cnqi- IIIrlll' Coiinlv Juclue J. K. I iGcncl 5 5Vl'uhhuo'rlultt
flooring consultants, "ho have A principal appointment tn' the LOOKING; OSKU: 'IUK. .. ANCHOR:' ( POINT:' on Ihe Florida The1 lii'ailng w as tutu" hifiHC \ who also selves as
U S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Jhishht'o. nf the \l'I'all' '" '\\(1111! Montr. Juvenile
!been retained jointly by Georgia side of the proposer! bridge from. Krrn.indina; 1 teach to Judge
Springs ohm wont to Hiihard) St. (; this week Will 1)01111(1,. |Ihn'l' III I lie H,vinilli Hie llirti JUI ellll'a have been
and Florida for a feasibility report M.iry'n, 11., was! II rrprt'scntatiie of \\ ill
'V. Sapp son if !Mr and Mrs gang over lo ('Il'lIlit' COIII'I 811I1 fl'. nliasrel, Into their
on the bridge./ The personable l>ur Smith nnd AxMoiiiites., I.. (Velriienn.. The firm ufrun..ultinll parents' custody
Houston. Supp of Fcrnamlinn( BenchA in all all a lairr .
young man, L. CedrIc Venn, was first alternate1 appointment to I engineers i Its conduct/; II feasihilit\ Mincj appe'iirnncrThe )

seeking Information on what bridge in Ihe joint( Ceorcri.t-Klorida; effort. Left to riftht. ('Ity. ( lltn-p boiiiul over In Circuit.
Ihe U S. Naval Academy at Annapulls : County To Get Court, me Cusej' Campbell. Jr, 19
builders might find In the beds of ,
the Amelia !and St. Mary Rivers to William M Sue-alt. Jr.. Attorney' II. \\ I'ishler long H si' run if ndMiciile. of. Ihe In. riniKl:" Kobi'rts.! n, and! Jerome

tin' of Mr, and Mrs\ William Mjwcatt terstnte link, Venn. JirkiNxluirfl.; of the Chumlivr of Spanieling. 17 Both Campbell and.
Once he has added his findings to
the Information also secuied! by Sr.. of Kcrnamlina Beach Commerce Koud nnd BrIdge Committee, anti :M.mtr; K.: J.i Type III Polio !Spuulillng sue In county Jail to

the consulting firm, a report vlll And a third alternate( appointment Johnson ho issued the cltj'Huleonie' lo \\'cnn. A all ult ti'lul and /Mobcrts Is free on

be forthcoming and the future of went to Thomas W. Oliver! fin.il: rt'lltoolbilil report is expected in the next I few Vaccine Sunday $:>0l( bond
III, son of Mr and Mrs T. W.Olh'.r. .
hopes for the bridge will hinge on DAVID STOKES RICIIARD SAPP months Ihe gang Is alleged' to havci.
the final analysis It I la my beliefan Jr, of Fernandina/ Beach Kloli'ii n number, ) of Hhnlgiiiu., rlllcs.riullos .
In the event the principal nomination 'Sunday. Jmmiiy' It) Is the cl.ilo,
) liiniuuluis, rudioH.
affirmative decision will be wntrhi's
( lu the :Naval/ Academy docs Hi'l lor t the 0 till iii ,phase? of tinSiibin '
and reached Northeast and Florida Southeast will Georgia attract? i Clinch Historical Society Granted not qualify, alternates will be considered I' I County Commissioners Okay Repair Of Oral Pnllo Vmeini1 program/ anil biislnossi-s. ( minify, Ireun the home and Iho

to take '
(III Nassau
In order of nomination. pliicr ( olinlv.
additional tourists In unbelievable Congressman/ !Matthews staled Damaged Roads In Area Near Callahan iOu 01mile L Kuckcr rhiilrmunuf Dipulv,, Sherllfs, John "...dhll' awl
Lots of Luck But No Luck With Lots '
numbers Wishful '
thinking You I I that "these al1llulntml'ntsll're till' :Nassau, (C'niinO. Chapter nl t'ui i In Ti'lfiilr move-red a lassie:

bet! But soon a reality I, bused on the young ml'lI'a grades I the Nilionnl; ruiimlillun"I poilion of the loot from a locker
pIn i I Moiling cRlrirtiiv. In regular II also., Hint nl the-! "IVek Ilmh hehmil .
Amelia Island's Duncan Lament over 100 )'ears old and Is located 'lln the Civil Service Commissions > wan akrml( I Ih lYm- he polio Hum will bo uvmmisluni

a telephone conversation with Clinch Historical Society has been in Old Town. designation examination and his miml'ilv'! session the :Nassau C'liiinty I mission ami nlfululs( of hue Mile again. In the samp dilutions, In.ellis tin inul from Jurksonvillc pawnshops

Congressman D. R. (Billy) Mat. I I the subject of some unusual luck. The bad luck cam when the society general traits of personality and I Board nf Coinmisgloncis authorized Road Dip.irlrm'iil, should dlse.iss. I II county All persons irs malic 3 mid uppiehencled) the sus.I .

thews In Washington earlier thin First they had the good luck of discovered that It had neithera leadership" I a request to the Stale Hood I i l I placing a m'w' leuiil. limit on litany months In. Ira yun shuuld. take I pen'In.

week I was privileged? to get firsthand ,' securing a badly needed building lot nor funds for the purchase of Matthews further commended Department for cmi'igoncy work truffle using thc me.Hems of S.111thI tie \'lIl'I'llIl'," Itmkrr continued, Itelease-d by Justice of the Peace

confirmation of the appoint I to house exhibits and meetings It a lit: on which to put their newly I that BO voting men from 13 counties I on !muds In the Callahan au'o'a.I I I and SI21 that aie now' budl. )' In. I "Piompl si'i I Inn liy Ill/ins III>l MiMire' were Monlit Drunimond,

mont of two Nassau County youths was a gift of St. Simon's Island acquired piizc of the Sub Congressional. District Cost of tin- repair will be paid I null I of repair, :Nassau Ciiiiiilv h's' i's't'hiIl.'d a III inul .:IIIl'III' Kimnell. ID, tor In.
|I"'S'
to V. S. service academics and realtor Fred T. Davis. The Gouglu1 fiom! I hie cituntv's sc'ciuidary. ruad Ilieri'pnlrs me lurdul on S-IOH Millnlint evidence to warrant .
This prlzo' Is due to be rl' tJr. took the examination in competition while ipiilemic nf' Ijpe I pullii whenin prune
the naming of two others as alter house, as I II! I Is commonly called, Is eel when it will represent one of for the 6 vacancies to the repair fund i ilruni I C'all.ilimi lo where It hlt..r'l. or IJ.lino liiilivliliin's. took Sabin !'u t Hi II n
nates During the course of the '. with and
si" els S 121 on S-I2I
the most colorful phases In reient various military academies which f Slat Tvic|> I I'nllii, Viicilne In i Dit.oninir ".
conversation, Matthews praised the hlstiry It was cine of the old pilothouses I had to be filled this \cur Hint I point lo wlu-ie It InlerKi'ils However. the threat lit

educational. system of Nassau used from the period following The Congressman aaid that "the I' County Officials will) rlnrlda I 'wllo\ In mil yd ovi-r There an- Commissioner Poole
County for furnishing two of his The limmlHslim
the revelation until nearly fait that 2 of my pilnclpal appointments was asquainlidwill titus ,olInr iliiiWIHUH. tvpeM of polio)

sin annual appointments a. well. the time of the mills It was a came from Nassau I Turn In Excess thi( niTil for I Ilium'iliale virus 'l's) pi II anil Type III," i Guest Speaker At..
as the two alternates He commentvd pairs by A. 1. ThunipMin. rl"1
time when the Job of the hnl'borpllut County reflects high credit on the |I n.ild) Itmkor"Iheie, .
that this reflects high mlllllh'nllll1'( rniiluiMT( foi this J
linking( lumbering and ship. educational system of Nassau 'I '
credit? on Nassau educators and I Snot. wlii Kald that the1 will lie (one dUfcmucl
I lions In
I Fees i see I Kiwanis
ping was the? mainstay of the communllv County Wednesday Meeting
heartily agree In this connection? I question' mlijit well liccnmc1 (Impassable l i I stun lilt' I IIrN PIIIIHD ami (time

I want to emphasize that 60 young unless Miry are repalieil! sriond) mt for Siinel.iv, : piirt'iitH

men from the 13 counties! In Mat. The Douglas Dicker collection of I)! Rites For As Is usual at the first Bonrd of I nuu'. will hi'! required t hI sign a consent BV TOMMY: HALL

thews' Congressional district took historical objects which represents i Monday I County Commissioners meeting He Intimated that, heavy slip) fur nil minors who wish to I Harry Poole. representing? din.l .

the examination and that as I Ihe life-time work of his father, I each year' county( officials rrporli'd trucks using gnsulIlIl'l I take? HIP vaccine These will be l trlct one and past chairman of the
are thebvpnts
has been otfered to the society for Mrs. Nelson their excesi fees from the I (Contlnuid on page six) Board of County Commissioners
mentioned pant
before only six can be I I Moyer,, I than U !S. I am! thai the roads a'e, I II I
exhibition assuming they have a I )'eaf' operation told Klwanlani on Monday night of
chosen (See news In this
story .
not tteslgiio'it! ( t thin type traffic I
building AND: a lot on which to put I The largrHt! amount In rxcrs I Iflt: : : the MIII Creek Water Shed Pro.
Issue). N> I < i
-_ ,, j coftVctfon.'i It .
Ira Hall who reported $3.J03M. I ed by the Board as a district '
Have you sent In your pledge It wan discussed Hint, although pro.
card to the Chamber of Commerce Society members? are employingevery I Funeral for Mrs Margery Cox; Of this sum, $409171 goes' to the I the SRI) sets" the loud limits for I Lutheran Church !posal for the Cillahan area.

? Most businesses have received means at hand to secure a Mover. 47. was held Monday at 2p.m. i i Commission and $'.%13.98 to Ihe roods they can be changed if the I I Poole/ was' Introduced by Stuart

the cards, along with professional lot In 'HIP near future Members I at Memoila! Methodist Church, flrI I B"."t 1 I county commission requests such ) Davis program chairman

men and It only takes a <(
relatively few minutes to fill one Mllburn McLcod and Dr Shelby I Ox.iy repoiied SIS II47.:! all of (Continued on page alit' > puijiHl( Ihe speaker? gave Klwan.

out and send It back In the self A. Wilson officiating. Intermentwas which goes to Ihe C'ommlssiiin and I Hie Pi'line of Peace Lutheran. lain a resume vf the functions of

addressed and stamped envelope. SENATOR FRED O. "BUD" Personnel Changes In Bosque Bello Cemetery $47.J4 10 the School, Board I Church, will ullliliilly open, ill I II Ihe commission In county !govern

The growth of any community If i idid I Dickinson made his formal announcemeil Mrs Moyer died Saturday morn. On October Int. Judge J. Ki :. I Rotarians Hear I lehailer' for time firm time on .sun- ment

I 'mined largely by the type1 for governor today Are Announced Ing In a Jacksonville hospital\ i Gene l Wenthrrford nude his final day, Janii.iry. I"in' Thnm I planning) t'u.uopori.ugue. board authority

Chamber of Commerce It fosters at Tallahassee. Dickinson will (I She was a member of Memorial !lepnrt of excess' firs, shoe at tluil ComboAt In bi-iiimi'( :: pint 1 I of tln> ;congie'gallon; :.:::, I 'with mat of the city commission) ,

Do jour part today with your con. be In Jacksonville Friday morning Methodist Church and a memberof time he was placed on a bmliiH by F.B.H.S. will sign Ihe ehurli-r, during the I he said. Ihe commission has only

trlbjtlnn and other assistance and I at 8 a.m. to confer with his I I: By School BoardThe the Florida Nurses Association I the slate Klsl.iturc. Illx/ npuil, t ill mill'nlnU S'vll-e, Tilt''' will Him be 'such power at Is specifically, set

added prosperity will be accrued. supporters. Nssau County cam. A native of Indiana Mrs Miner 'I that lim.l'as for M.nil:\ :13. t Weekly Meet a a|lIst'hut thaiter/ for' the chllclien I II foiHi by law whereas, the city,

I palgn manager for Dickinson Nassau County Board nf hud made her home here with her Also on October, Slurllf II J. I lor lIme mllllilro'tuilillt) to sign I through Us delegated power to enuit .

The death of Florida Supreme Is C. B. (Pele) Ingram. Public! Instruction met yesterday family since last June when her a\'ouallblood.lho budget, ntuim-il also$ .2 eiprralc's<'II84( U IhiCommlHmon on(' I Calls for meows.. held' yi>slcr. Ihe dLlY1111 be concluded with II I i ordinances has a much broader
Rev Nelson Moy"r.las
Court Justice Glenn Terrell and the in regular monthly session and husband, ? ,'d funds. /il.iyi !Itiiluiy. Cliil Inniliiiin meet. a ionLJrcuiilioiiul, eovired illHh dm. I authority))
of Memorial Methodist an uniixi
naming of Attv.. General Richard New Building Being I made several changes, In personnel appointed pastor ._ lug o VIM time', Indicating In an rxluit nir for the! ihailrr Klgmrs nnd Continuing he said 'Unless we
Church moved title --- --
Ervin to fill Terrell's post Is of''I Superintendent John Wolmier told They Jiml how rlllhllolll III'ally the Ilie'lr( frlrndH All thiwe planning tc. i the1 Commission; i have specific

more than passing Interest here It Constructed To House the Board of the following! recommended from Jacksonville of where Trinity Hev Mothodist : Lions Hear TalksScholarships high seheiol ('mnhua iiielved bicoini' |iuit/ of tin new eoiigrcga authority either by virtue of a leg.

has been pointed out to us. !Mrs Becker's PharmacyConstruction changed, all ofI hlthll're Moyer was Church.pastor Rotarian lloiminn Supp iirogruin lion. at'/ in, 'Kill let be pii'ftonl foi/ Ulullve sot or under the power

En In is the former Frances Baker approved: ihalriniin, 11111'011111'1'11 |II.> trio the Hlgnlng vented by the Constitution no mat.

of Jacksonville and Is the niece: of has started on a Appointed as h'al'herall'rl' Donald In addition Is survived to her by husband two duughtors Mis. I On h Dnwn Carcla at the piano, !-okIJIIK.r| | A chinch chuilcr i II oil III fll'illl ter how tit-nimble a project? maybe

!Mis. Ira W Hard e, Sr. and the new building at Ihe corner of Atlantic E. Lohman "'nloe High School ; Moyer, Miss Sharon Ann Mover and Hill on Mix.ipliune" mill think document, for pri'si-ntiillon lilliie'I we ore without authority touppioic

late prominent Ji'dge' Ilinton J. Avenue and 11th Street to James W Lundv. Foinandlna Miss Roth E. Metyer. a non Nelson Club Jone'-i on I he churns" and/ th,')' proeieelicl directors eif Iliei Horld.'i Synod ol' It. r

Baker of this city. James A. Ky. house Becker's Fharmicy The Beach Jr. High-Elcmcntary St'h"ol; P. Moyer, III, all; of reman- ParticipationTwo I I to, steal tin- dhow "'111' inn- the 'Lullietun, Chinch In America, "No Individual commissioner",
Jr. well-known In this Mrs Marco II. Reed, Fernandina KiilanH ml'llI'n, of lie- he said. "has lo
lies slate new building, being built by W M Beach her Mr and o ro' I 'I'r. as well as to !government olllclnls authority approveany
as a former Cnlversily of Florida Shellac, will\ also contain oilier Beach: Flementary School; and dma Webster; Cox parents of Jonesboro. Jacksonville, nun mldresxrel nnndlna Beach (High School Bund) for recognition of a s.luprihit : prujit! or work, without the

football! star, has been named to space Mis Pou4.v Collini, Fernandina Mrs the Lions Club; on u.s'huteu'uiuitus and anil Orchestra directed by JonaIhim iliurllal <" inl/ulIon cOIII'urr..nl. action of the other
sister Mrs. Betty Jeffrey I
replace Ervln as Attorney General. The building which now houses Jr. 11:gh-Elt'mi-ntary School\. Indiana of ;Jonesboro a ,, and Ihree brothI club participation! as the local civic Mill (Continued on pugei six) number of the board The cunv.

Kynes' wife, the former Marjorie Beach Beauty Salon will be moved', Resignations! of Miss Patricia S. ,' group met Twsilay at Seaside Inn The dcli-ctlons! pl.iye'd rungi-d( In S iluiillmicd on page six) "
Charles M. Cox of Blloxl. Miss,
II la it and a daughter of the late ,to another location, The beauty Carman, Fernandina Beach High I I crs.Francis W. Cox' of Orlando and In regular weekly session? I virk-ty from ballads lo JIll and. Rehearsals
Leland Hlatt Is a niece of Mrs. will Into School and Mri Sandra J. Wort. The first nf the two speakers, Included "The Stranger on the Intensify

Woodrow Stewart of this CIty. Our quarters shop now move occupied the by adjacent Beck.cr' man Fcrnandina Jr. HIgh.Ele. Robert L. Cox of Jonesboro R. W. Galphln ,I i Harold Red' Milton a former I Shore," "Missy" and the particularly As Golden Isle Chorus
Pallbearers
were I
thanks go to Mrs Gordon T Butler mentary School. president of the? Jacksonville Downtown :i calche>y progressive Jazz num.
.
Pharmacy teacherswere A. B. Maxwell .Jr.. T. B. Wells, Lions; Club told. of, the workheuuug her Readies For ShowThe 11
for this Interesting bit of Information. Appointed as substitute ( ( e? "Take Five mudi- p< polar 1
Where the beauty shop now Mrs. Geraldine Chantey, Jr, J. Sam Gallaway Ralph A. done by clubs of that city In by tin- Dave" Bruneik Quintet,
I
stands will be Julian D. Sewell. Uoldin Into .
a parking lot and Cornley and i.'hlu.run dun IntenslfiiKl
ft Fernandm.i, Jr. High Fleme'ntary promoting Mholandup for dixctvIng Prc'slddit/ Hugh Stone.' Jr. pie"
the new building Is - 1 reluursil .
being ;
an they
constructed pre.hare
School and !Mrs Patsy E. Donnel.ly Mudcnl sld('" over. the meiting" whl'h18M
AlA what a heck if a name' on the back part uf (hocorner I Bennett Graham for. I the! annual show on rib
Voice High School Milton laid (hit the brains of he'III ul till' Seanlelu Inn ,
for each a scenic route along Florldd lot The parking lot will I 8, I II
A leave of absence was granted Funeral Friday our youth must b(' ulvin a dinner V IB li or i were Inlrniliind as Ilin) '
s Atlantic the coast True it has serve both the pharmacy and the !Mrs Gall !M Hester from Tube 'I' in expand Me-( noted Unit of the !MeCnrmiik and A. I D Allen ol I This I year's. show, lltlrd With A I I
clubbed
been Buccaneer Trail
beauty salon as well as Dr. D. 11.Jacoba' High School, cffecli\e Fcb 4. I At Oxley Chapel upper ten PIT tent of the 'bralnn'l Jacksonville Heoch iiililoii Me-. Song In My Heart'. Is lillled ueven -1I
but how actually call I It! that
many
office another
Mcliaepioperty diIv 1,5 l our natlnn imlv onehalf Gray of hellir) than Ihe oiilntuiiding, ,
when giving directions ti> tourists Appointed as substitute bus Bennett "Pop" Graham. 79 died puisnetheir lirynon (My, N. Call/I/
or others AlA Is as Incongruous a ors were J, F., Slaughter Callulun Tuesday night at Humphreys Me. capjbillliis In higher ('hula., i-rnmiilliiK/ Utah' hire ( liiif, Bill, peifornianicH/ nf (lie past I 2 yearn a

name for this beautiful and historic High School; Orbun C. Crim Fcr.nandma morlal Hospital I tlon !tuuuns'n l llrx l>udliy pnliliiily, anil( mlvirliHliiki .

route ai Is Fletcher Avenue for a Church Women Beach schools: Mrs. Kubv /He had made his home, here for lie cited Hint athlillis tire itmir (ill'S's' fInn the- hiKh si(hunt, Kiv chaiinian, ,/ nnnouniid Mils '

street Hut runs along Florida Plan For World Skipper, lulce High School, and 28 years and wan a carpenter until able anel Important, In the youth ('lnl) st.'ee. fieorKP; ( SheFfIeld inul wick toil/ Mini N.IHSIII Liunly will

first and finest beach Perchance Douglas Hodges Callahan High/ 111 health forced him to retiie (Continued on pagi1 plum- > Hay Itowr I bc fi'utuieel, in the 'lirst half of the

the mapmakers and the State Road Day of Prayer School. Funeral will be held tomorrow show. ,

Department might be cajoled one Representatives from !Mrs Helen L. Scott was namedas Friday( at Oxley Mortuary\ Chaprl ...
eight For- '
day Into using Buccaneer Trail as nandma Beach: churches mil In a regular bun driver for the Bt 11 a m., with Rev J. W. He-cue, Alton H. Sikes ;::1

the sole designation for the route Whitney Hall Wednesday night of Yulee High !Sehoeil paMor of Five Points Baptist et DK J. BHKE WIISON./ pres.lelrn .
In other business the hoard opened Funeral TodayAt
fhiirrh fiffirlfltlnffInterment
this week The of Bernard Junior Collrft,
need for World liv
C
bids xnH! warded contracts for i : i" i Z ,
Annual Container of Prayer was explained I 'by; Mrs will be In Bos-que( Billet: t Bethel Church i Cotoa, Is scheduled la( speak
slxi I
Otto Phanstlel, chairman of Chris (Continued on page I I Cemetery with Oxley' Mortuary in ,|I before the Frraandlna Beach

Credit Union Meet tian Social Relations of St. Peters charge of arrangements runer.il;: ''I'o Alum II. Slkes, 41.whn : I I i Junior High-Elementary. 9chMl'
F1 '
Set Tuesday NightThe Episcopal Church. Ocean Terrace Motel t ; 1 died t Gables I Monday, PTA. January I, m the prob. '
\. \ 141' suds hold. ut 2JO; (Imluy lit 'Billii'l,
Plans were made for all church.es Florida Public Utilities hem of chlld-leacher relallo
First New C of C :. !: '1' :... i
Church Illlllaid Burial I
nt'ar wasIn
annual meeting of Container to participate In the worship ( ship In grade schnol.
Mutual Credit Union will be held service to be held on Friday Feb. Member For 1964The Lends Electric Unit J J '\ llilhi-l, Cemetery; with Oxley ,I ( See story on page three)

on Tuesday? January 21 1 1964 at ruary 14th, at 10:30 a.m. at St To New Smyrna BeachThe .!j t'f ;; ( \ ji Mortuary in charge of arrange.nmeoha. '

7.00 P.M. In the Personnel Confer.? Peters Episcopal Church first new member to Join ,, t, t' '% .t I II I Fernandina Beach
the Chamber of Commerce for the local Florida r. ,.
ence Room division of the 'A .J: .. Mr bikes Is>> survived by his i
current year IS the Ocean Terrace Public Utilities Co. came to the ; ..t / 'I' 'ha. wnlow I II.I two daughters,. Ue-e- I' Weather
Reports of Ihe various of f leer :i
i. Reid To
RepresentSoft Motel which has Just recently aid of .New; Beach till, lJi. !"
directors and committees will be Smyrna ); dec and "1'al.sy Sikis, Jacksonvillea U AII'.d' Weather St.illfin
heard at that time regarding thenciivilles ,{ Water Company opined for business' on South f letcher ,week with a loan of one of their !.ii.)_ 74> J' Hlepion, hreddle Dinni'y/ ; twooio'tshomsgilu.'rs I ,South, 7th. At Llm !Stnvt
Lewis l M'lan )
Avenue. Cooperative Ohnnrver
of the Credit Union during mobile nc-raling units .:. ..... .... ,,;j | Kaun" anil laser,, Mi,. Mill Ruin
l*>3. Election of new member Announcement Is made In this The first business to renew his :New Sm) rna Bench suffered an "),'nnc'y. oil ,of VVmt Palm /hunch" ;

to the Board of Directors, Super Issue of Ihe appointment of John"SPf'I'dy" mcmlMTuhip for I I'M! was Spl'nl'lIGroc..ry. emergency with the breakdown of NOT TO ttK; OITDOVE: ) :' ; 'Ule() \Ian'Inler" made f tir four 11.1.',.. IrsI/ F: Muling amiMr Thursday., Jjn Jan 10 9 till 73rrlel.iy S4 .12
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Reid to handle local er- part of their electric power plant bid (thus week to make; himself known in *. K F: Walker IlillUrel, Mn
visory( Committee and Credit Com. sunny Mnrid.i..
vice" and salt sales for the also! on South Fletcher ; Saturday. Jim /It 34 39 ./.11S'mndsv
LindsaySoil and the unit here rushed
was J. ,
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mule will follow, which he did leaning many Icy Hped.uleM; Monday right I ,Jan,
Water Co. of Jacksonville The Chamber l I. urging that all there by rail car ; Mr. J k lI..b.r..,. Olnsmure, and 12 65 49 170

A number of door prize consist. Reid who resides at 1517 High members send In their pledge Since Jacksonville powl'ra.. Ihrmiithout the city lilt Ihe wintry M.IH! m eil intu the eve-n hrolhi'rs, L. l I' hay ColtiinNoa ; ,:Monday, Jan, 13 62 36' 0
log of household appliances with land SI. has cards that IIlalf. The Sheffield home. South ) Tuesday! Jan 14 40 23 "TJ
I been a Container as soon as possible so secured by PIC for distribution on Ihlh Street i pro :/ ami Johnny, Milliard/ Leon, ,
a total value of $6000 will beassarded Corp lab employee for 7 years \this year'i membership drive can here t.ie mobile unit have been vided thin ritreed "winter,, wonderland" which proved Went Palm Beach and Herman : Wednesday, Jan 13 41 23 t

\and, Is active In Cub Scouting. be brought to an early conclusion used for standby quit an attraction for all the neighborhood joungsteri.! I iCallahao. j nl Iloruta tsesuher'lbUtllIIItll.I. furnished .cuiuartsoy'u' .*



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Pnir Two News-Leader Fcrnandina Bench! Florida-Thursday Janucrj 1C 10C4( nine" oriental rug! pajme
: several of the operations In bOlo
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we
in a tiny cafe run Jay gyp I
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A Florida Cracker In Europe I heard accordlaa played In, the lllng were demonstrated. At 'he
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER J French style. Thlsi was the only I conclusion ef the tour we were"told
I that could\,buy some charnpaj' ,,
we :
Church heard' of what we
time w. any
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M'' til ASH UTREET PHOMM Jilt IM1 ''I Editor's( NoteMrs: El.nhetfCrntchflcM : reminded her of an auctioneer call. We found (hat there was an elevator I I think of a* French made but they dldnt offer any samplo.

A John K. Perry'! Newspaper daughter of Mrs. Faith for a higher bid and mint they I I to the top of the Arc, so away After an hour Itf waking\ around so I didn't buy any.

.. .. Rr Oldwull. Editor and! Mantes Pearson cf) lime city, It currently In were trying to sell the place ,i .
Services Wrlfcbadrn, Germany with her' Iran.. sure eOld n't sell It to and U'lk-Bi: I i wonderful, Naturally, we mined 1 on the bus bur Kay and Mary dun goes through the area betuce" ,

",...'" NATIONAL I band, Major John Crutrhfleld. and the price Included a staff of about I: the decendlng elevator and had to I{i would liked t to have staved for a ,I the Marne and Meuse Rivers S'ht "
@A.Ao. EDITORIAL 1I1( 'r ASSKMBLlf OF GOO! family. I was prlvllexed t 10 read :31)0\) servants'! However, we en) 'tyed wait for the next one while our aU,.I, week : tome of the major battles In 01,: .,

.. I IA S C TldN:' Rev I* A. Lri. Pastor some. of her Mien hum and Bering the Hill of Mirrors where I Ruled ten minutes stretched Into evening WII discovered World Wars were fought We! w,

". H ;(i;'IAN I:) I ;l=- :J 10.00; am. ........ Sunday School found them to Interesting. I pre. the Treaty of Vwalllet wee signed twenty Reaching the ttrcc-t. we :'''that Sunday there, are hamburger eaten laParis. I the remains of World War I tromp
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.. U III vailed her to contribute! and where Queen Elizabeth and' took elf on a run toward the restaurant .
I IuO: '" a.m. ..... ..... VVonh'y! Service on similar I They ara called VHmpy's : ei beside the highway and a num.tber .
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"' 6:JO p.m. '..' C. A. Youth S.rvie'll news letters to the Nowi-Leadcr. 1 I the Kennedys dined when the) I, We were relieved to hear nothing but hamburgers of military cemeteries One
.,, ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION 1W: p.m. Evangelistic Service hope the lot'en prove a* Intern! visited Paris on State occasions. I I, the tour guide call us and to learn I, _and serve French fries or any other I i large/ cemetery had both the French

Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office( ,rhuradtjr, mid week service tag to our readers as they are to The hall was empty: of fur.t'ture as I I I that the bus had followed and wan feed no littldently their mustard Isho'tcr and German flags flying over ,"

..M Fernnnillna Beach Florida at second class mall matter. 7.30; p.m. me.) well but In a room opening onto It waiting I : than that la: Germany. I but a stone wall\ separated rue,
Subscription Rates: > the table on which the treaty was The afternoon's! sightseeing began i:.I of each nation's dead. We
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14 fear 12.25 6 months $1.25 S Months We hive seen "Gay Paree"! Taking From the Before returning to the hutch we I graves
.lulI'dl'1S displayed Isle U Cite. Wo ride
'11 FIRST BUTMT: (iit'Rrii at the de punt also passed an American ccrnrleiv
MftO a oul of of of lee three-' chocolate and coffee in a side
)year county advantage one I had
_. _. ... Rn. J. T, F>uitium l'nlnr great hall ue looked down Into th. the Bastille and drove through the 'I the utl"es.I which bad a huge square irmmi.ment. .
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marveluue It f rmnl gardens ; While thegardens
wlt11tht'lr Latin
WTorsMp Services; S.,10: A.M I: Quarter passing I .
and I went tin a gnided tour,, We \ e sipped slowly while watching
fountainsOn
Realistic Controls i 11:00( A.M many of the Palais du Luxembourg
Firearms for
I : left WleRtofldcn. by bin early ' had
Saturday afternoon we where tile\ French senate
7.10 P.M .
: ''at a restaurant In front of g niomorlul
and rode alt ,
The American people' and the peoples of the world teiMtay School9:46: A.M Friday arriving evening In Paris abojt 7 AM.nlpht."We our only thtmce for nhcipplug, since 'I. meets we saw another smaller'! Monday morning I was prepared the door : to heroes of an rlil'rl'ur
? Union _. 8.IS P.! the rest of the weekend war pirn.! model ct Miss Liberty. I for the maid and opened
the death of President John This Trtnfng >f.1 Before leaving Verdun Kay unit
F. taken hotel and served
mourn Kennedy wa: were to mir and could at the llrst kick. By 7.30 A.M. our
I ,',./lIr SorTic* "..?....? Wednesday breakfast without! ned for u> Kay Mary Returning to (lie City Island we and to a bakery and bought oar must
then even arc. the bus
an incredible tragtdhleh shocked! all civilized human 7.JO: P.MCALVARY i hardly wait It spend their moneyso visited Notre Dame Cathedral luggage was loaded on I valuable souvenir six loaves of
trig nor we again boarded '
Wings.!" Those who treasure the right to keep and bear *TISTCHURC1I (Tie but for rooms a visit to Versailles. we looked for souvenlrl, how. Again as at Versailles, many of we headed for home look! us througR I French breadl I We ate one! t6af he.
be rout
found most of them to Our return ,
arms and the other basic American freedom the of BA I I ever we 'the original furnishings and statutes I tEhelmi fore we got home!II.
use a
In. the! courtyard of the Palact terribly! expensive considering their the famous Champagne region
rifle to assassinate our nation's leader Is a calamity added miles but our driver
for knew
were two
around while waited (for French kings
we a pho where the
It) our grief at his lose Sunday School .. 10 I Kay was fascinated with Paris. out the bishops') hats hanging In fabul. short cut so we didn't have
Morning Worship ... .. ... 11 A.M'j tographer to tike a group picture: Long after Mary and I had geneto the chancel cad explained that, crowned. The buildings has II to
? ? I buses
In this disturbing time, there is a tendency to /seek a In front, of an equestrian statute of she remained I ously carved figures on the outside I watt. Normally tour are pas.
Evening Service .......... 7:30: bed Saturday night when their bishop died the hat he la with minimum formality
sed
Louis XIV. Then we were escortedto the Interior Is austere. I outmost
but
solution crimes of violence. The follow. standing on the sma'l' balcony 'conwcrailcn.
sweeping to days wore at was suspended
POINTS BAPTIST I the entrance of) the palace wherewe the chancel!, quite close to tie high of us wanted our Pil&SJ1II1.
irtg\ the tragic events on No. 22 1963 the eruptionin riVB : outside our room which overlookedilhe : from the She was Joan of stamped so the tour' guide collected
saw I were met by our French guide, district of the : I iIece I altar, there. Is a !figure of <<
OIUKCII theater c.ty.) quite proud of two rose windows I
the radio and television of a little old man with a high pitched I' ;'Arc which Is startling \because If. them and asked the French'et.-
press, a highly-emotlonali/.ed i
;. w, I keen, ..to' I volre who led us through the building morning we were awakened 1 I which, I must admit were life-like. home officer l to affix! his cfhuai I:;: i|
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to the with which the terrible deed >:45 am. .. Sunday School the door and However, who so
reaction weapon was : -" ? and explained each room Hi by a knock on very pretty. anyone we visited a champagne i s'amp.' This caused a bit 'nf orm
In Rnelms
performed Never before has there been such a wave of 11:00: I.m. _?.... Morning, Worship I furnishings and Us function. Most! by someone calling My Immediate I I has seen the afternoon sun shining factory .Iu. We were led waving and shouting by both IM/
J.SO: p.m. ............ Training Union ,,"ponseIU to answer In German through the rose window of Et I and' short and
anti-firearm such vocal and dew I of the burc since no one extensive eellers the delay was once more
feeling or almost universal rooms are through! its
.'::3(1 p.m. ........ Evening Worship land the knocks bicame louder Iran Peter In Fernandini, would be I I II II back In Deutschland,
where
has wanted to expend the money to returned to tile factory Itself we were our
old for tighter controls over the mail-order sales' of gun ITednetday prayer service 7.3P: quickly to open the dour as it impressed only by their size. home from home
the furniture destroyed of making eham-I away
Although much of thin wa hysterical In nature, it hat pm. I I during replace the French Revolution II seemed to be In danger of splinter. Our last step eta at the Louvre I the entire process .

had Its impact upon the U, S. Congress and it will most certainly CHURCH -tf Ing. There stord<< a maid holding a I We had been told< that we would'!
have its impact upon the legislature of each of the : OK I.OICur. > As we walked from room t to tray she had b"e kicking the see Venus lie Mite the Winged
I II voice became
CD; states and Cedar Sl.. I room, the guide's 'duct! We had breakfast In bed. :I I Victory and the Mom Lisa and
IU". L. Marvin Johnson, Pastor shriller, finally he was shrieking What a marvelous wiry to stag hat all\ we had to do was to Id-
;j No group of Individuals! has done more over the I Phone 261-3807 lBy I this time we couldn't understand the day, kicks and all! low Genevieve. This was quite a

ot: is doing more now, to evaluate the problems years'l 10:00: im. ,-.! ?,.. Sunday School I a word he nald. Kay laid he When we boarded the but for a I task as on Sunday afternoons therein

firearms and to protect the right of law-abiding 11:00 a m. ......" Morning Service tour of the city we were greetedby : no admission charge and It: appeared oFFIcIALs

citizens to keep and bear arms than members of the t." E. Friday Evening 7:30: pm CHURCH: OF CIIIISTSouth another French guide this times I to me that all 50 mi'.lka: (

al Rifle Association/ tf America. The NRA believes that 1:30 p.".. ..,. ... Evening Service I Nth Slr.t'tKt'lIn..th wrmrn named Goncvlcve Our Frenchmen had chosen that day REPORT
I Prayer meeting Wednesday I.. Junes, MinUter I first 1 stop) was at the lovely Church ,I. to visit the museum. We started In
firearms legislation is of insufficient value in the
prevention Sunday: Bible Study... 10 00 a.m
7:30: p mrV Inc' the Sacred lleirt ""Sacre Coeitrl, the section where the sculpture Is
of crime to justify the Inevitable restrictions which' TV Cr Morning Worship .. 11.:00 am perched atop a hill overlooking the i iI displayed and saw, In addition: to c ,

such legislation places upon law-abiding citizens Nevertheless II CHURCH: OF GOD OF ,, Evening Worship .... 7:00: pm I city. A'tliough' there was a great I I Venus and the Victory) many Anolios j'

it does not oppose proposed legislation to prohibitthe PROPHECY fr 'Cl deal of hate, we had wonderfulview and Dianas We were allowed
sale of firearm to persons who have been convicted of Rtv. II. C. Drury. Pantnr ST. rtlER'S:: EPISCOPAL: from here saw' being I I Ii 'ample time there but when we

a crime of violence, fugitive from justice, mental incompetents 1(1.00): a.m. .' Sunday Sihjo! tHUKCII i cprbrated m we were unable to I I entered the gallery where the paintings Steady

and other undesirables, or to proposed legislation i II am. Moimni. Servut The lie,. Jnnca /1). I.llisor, Rectoi sulk around inside fie: church but were, It was a different story

to make the sale of firearms to juveniles subject to p.uen- 7:45: p.m. ... .. ... Evening !St-rvic ":31) A.M Holy communion we staved long enough: to hear the Our guide suddenly got/ in a hurry tom-
tel consent. 7:45: p.m. Wednesday, V.LI!. Str- 10.00: A.M. Choral EucliurUl Agnus Del. and we found ourselves running growth .

I vice fur young people. I 11:15 AM.: Church School For the next<< hour we rode i+ down corridors In order not to get

The National Rifle Association Is opposed to the registration : P.M. Episcopal Young through: the streets of Paris while lost. She paused about I minute In based

of the ownership of firearms at any level of gov. I ST. I'Al'l.'S L. : ChurchmenThis Genevieve pointed out the principal front of the Mona Lisa then t lock

eutmcnt ; to the requirement of a license to purchase or I CHUKCII I ( U I the schedule of every (I buildings monuments etc. Mary I off again. When we climbed back
I a
a firearm to control which dUntminatory Amelia City Ncir IntcrstctioBAM Sunday wltn the exception of the was delighted to see the authentic In the bus everyone was breathless __-- on sound
: ; measures levy -
pgpsess I last Sunday of the month) obelisk In the Place de la Concorde I i Thus ended our guided\ tour of the >::
or punitive taxes or fees on the purchase orwnership A. F. Gerbhardt Pastor SUNDAY OF THE x 5 ..(..,%
LAST I
because she had been studying i city of Paris Aia t
of firearms ; and to legislation which denies or stabilityOur
00 Service MONTH ,
Morning at
I : am. I about Egypt in school Later In the afternoon, Kay'lIUggestIon. _
interferes with individual rights of our citizens or is designed
for the purpose of circumventing due process of BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 1000; A.M. Morning Prayer Tower Iron the Paints do Challlot I Market. It is a place that defies of condition for the reflectssure
Jaw. 429 South 6th Street I and Sermon then crossed the river and rode by description and wan the hlghpolnt statement year

I' Rev C, W. I'agc Pastor I 11:11: AM. Church School the National Military Academy ''St. of the whole' trip for her The market ,i steady growth, upon a foundation of soundnessand
Reputable gun owners maintain that legislation should 1 Sunday Service.: 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young I I Cut' and then to Napcleon'i tomb covers an area of several stability. And this growth in turn represents

_.-t be aimed at the firearm but at its misuse. The NRA I 10:00 A.M. ............ Sunday School Churchmen This biiildinz was being cleaned so I blocks where there are literally progress! fcr our many customers and( fiiendi in this

': docs not oppose reasonable legislation regulating the carrying 11.00: A.M. ... Morning Worahl', I I ittt ftSPRiNG1IiI.L we c'lmbrd' over scalfolding! and miles I of shacks and sheds with;: I community. To( you who favor us with your Innkin?

- of a concealed handgun but it does oppose the theory ,:: 6:30: p.m .................."......? B.T.U BAPTIST nines to enter. Perhaps the most narrow alleys running In all directions. business, we renEW our pledge: of unswerving btevvarcl-
- that a target; shooter a hunter, or a collector should be required 7'00 P.M.Mun'i Prayer Service CHURCH: I Impressive monument Inside with The crowds were so dense sh'p.&LORIDA'!' .

: to'meet' the tome conditions.. It strongly supports T.SO; pm. _.*.., Gv,png! Worship j State Hl.'ay 107 Nas mi'\IUt the exception, of course of Nap I that once we stepped Into an alley I,
legislation providing' severe "additional penalties for the I Tuesday), Rev Dai E. "Wad, J'aifbr. oleon's srarcophagus! was that of we were: carried along WWI Ibt

: use of a dangerous weapon in the commission/ of a crime.It T.OO: pm. __..?.......?.. Visitation I Pastors Prayer Time Marshal Fcch. : tide end It wai almost Imo-ss.me! : I II National Bank
r -trif I (For Men) ....i 7 am., At lunch time we ate In one of out. Absolutely everything/ I

is certain that anti-firearm sentiment will remain a I T.\ lmSAnp.PrIST Sunday School .. 4V-am; ithe I C:1amI : ; I Icffered for sale there, Wo saw new -Mn..aN.MM?-....-....
: vital problem for some time. Regardless of what the U. S. CII U/U'U/ Morning Worship J lit a.m Etynees. I clothing and rags, parts for ob.... at Fernandina Bach

- Congress may ultimately do in the way of Federal legislation I Amelia Road Phone :2HI-.1IS7 Training! Union .<... 8:13: W' I bus was scheduled to leave the 'Tote, typewriter, teardrops for 'E:
that state legislatures will attempt Rev. I.oyd Chambers Pastor Evening Worship .... 7.:JO p'.m\ girls and I walked down the strccM',ehandc'.iers; firearms armor, :
h certain
: it many / ._. _._
I ... ... Wednesday: L the Arc de Trliimphc to wet II' furniture. One wrrM MVO" MNMOI I
In the Sunday School ... .. J 10 a.m. : tipti v to l paintings of the
kind another. Nothing
- solutions of one cr present
) Morning Worship .........._ II am Men's Hour( of Power .J7.; ., p..m. 'I close! look at the Eternal Flame I women on our tour bought!: a "gen-,
: crisis has changed the fundamental policy of the National _.
Prayer Service ... .. 7.0-pm..
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Fxrninif Worship ............... 7 p.m ;
Rifle Association of America. with respect to the purchase, WidneiolHV Service .. .. .... 7pm "Who oever wit may 80m.."
possession and use cf firearms'! by law-abiding\ American ft
cit tzel1s for lawful purposes.! I PINE GROVE H.I'TIRTClU'IH'11 NORTH Mih STREET
w rF BAPTIST: CHI: Kill iD.45 /,

It is important that each gun owner formulate a policy ,, : a.m. ._._........ Sunday School,
- to his thinking and that he accept the responsibility Rev. A. Z. knight Pastor .
govern own 11.00: am ...,.... Morning WnrWu'1
Sunday School .............. 945 am
: as well as the privilege, of making his views known : f1:30: ( p.m. ... .... ... ...." BTU
... .... ..
Morning Worship .. 11 nun
- to his elected representatives. The time for hysteria andnamecalling I 7:30: p.m. .... Evening Worship
... .. .
I, tl 1:00: a.m. .. Morning Service '
: is over. It is time now to point out calmly I 7ao: ( p.m. .. Mid-Week Service.Wednesday.
7:30 ServielW.MB
EvunmellDtic
and logically the areas in which legislation is proper and ,I : p.m. : .

. effective in discouraging ownership and misuse of firearms 7:30 p.m. Wednesday V.I,.B. YounfirVnuU I -fttt *
- by criminals and other undesirable The lawmakersmust I I MEMORIAL METHODIST Z'////

be enlightened on the views of reputable citizens wh"[ 7'4ft Priivpr Mw*'". ('ii t'ItCH V

believe In the Second Amendment to the Constitution of Tuesday: Singing Practice.. 7.10: I II I Nelson I'. Moyer Pastor ,,. ,.. aoawtlliuttont .
and\ who believe in the :' 0:45: am. ...... Sunday School .
r the United States of America preservation -I pm.
11:00: a.m. ....... Moiniiig Womhij
Ct oft \\
and *
of our heritage to keep and bear arms. Then
.rniM'E: HP PHUT.: 8:111: \,.m. ? MYF Supper Pro
only then: will we have the basis for developing realistic\ I.lTTIIEIt ClllliCII( Kram

: firearms! controls. Donald R. llitnmrlmnn, PuHtor) 7:30: ,. Evening. WurehrtFIRST
Reprinted from American RiflenurWATER *
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RYTEItl.1N
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rrrr. Worship Service .... 11:00: a. m. CHURCH:
.. -trtt Rev John Duller Pastor 'r R e

..... 11:45 A.\1.:
I( Chinch School :
(Hold( at various members homes)
: CONDITIONING Worship Service .. .. .. 11 :00 A.M.
Wednesday: IIlid.\\'eek Bible
': Youth Meetings ........ 8;00 I'.M.
: BY CULUGAN Study 7:30: p.m l.m.1(I Chinch School .........a7:30:: < I'.M
Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30 .,
oft < *
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at various menthe hnmen
: Completely. Automatic Salt-Free Drlhrry ST. MICIIAr.L'S CATHOLIC/

Too Late To CHURCH ,
Classify:
: 14 Day tr.. Trial Rev. W. J. Holnun, Pastor

H DEALER WVYTFl\ M.uy Cater Sunday Ma. .............. KnO. 4(1(

: SWIMMING: POOL FILTERS: tt CHEMICALS: Paint proilmH III t KrrnAulinaBciu : Sunday ??..?.. 7..1U:: a m I 1wNa..yMq

a 'li. Can hnvp n-liir line of Sunday Muss ................. lit 3nl f.Chevrolet's::: :
:r Carl and Hunrm QunltMmom Phone 2 I prndiuu Phone 724 2HI: \ or write 6th 8'lnl'' : am '5 zfct
= fe Mixwi' Phone 2GK5057: I5:,>1 Inlxcrsiiy BUM Jax Mr Monday, Young People 7pm

Nr. I Kane. JIHj) Daily ........................... .. R t! in

:Saturday ......... Convent Chapel
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Teen Exec. Board
Masonic Bodies Hold Joint Installation Of Officers I .... .... ,_... I- -- ,/
Social Rriattpna| !Mrs Flora Markham -
Plans FaceLiftingFor P."I, ifiS. Supper, Mrs. Dot

Following a banquet enjincd b\ Odum, li'iu'e: !Mri Grace Law.
rente V'H'ilP' Mr Mildred
some 63' MJMIIIH!\ and their wive{ Pirate's Inn Babb
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bn Amelia Pcrsonn,, Hurtoulh.! Mr. BUSY
(LodgeNo/ 47 F & A.M.
Stewart v'n'M' Thank Offering
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Saturday January II, at Hielieiiejllim :... Mrs lji ti| A,kln., Periodical;
RAM for a Joint public installs.Itun
C'enler I he KxouitheHiiHid ; Ana Mr January of olll'el's.9.Wurnitiplul. Thursday evening/ or Ihl' Teen Club' met The v' sk bold ",i'M Mi" ", porothy Blalotk,
undo objeiluc uf I Ihr meeting was College
Master I). E. :Nelson the plannlnii and stalling ol re.mII'lInli Chapi .c c'liiirmei arc: Mrs
welcomed memoirs mid Ih'ir1 iveslo ,' Pirilei: Inn Marj<>ri<. -fHto" M! t, Anne's, Mrt.Bobljlc .
the Installation cereminilfsMcmbeis II is hoped that this will encourage tflf, ,t\. St. Oerard'l; Mr,
and wives tntrrdcti\ < I regular ailenil.imp dining Hie FloraAikDaln 1 | st. Paul'i, Mrs
thrm a' ,' eaq a I wRxa officers were recognl/ed. Arl'rI summer immilnThiise Mrs Alicia.! Miurley St. Monlci'i.
brief speech rl'lI1l11l'1l1tllllO/ 'III''rMalld
for the -- ---
present ineellnu I
members for their loupcrnlinn( Im'Imline: President Mike Klnlu ('J.1\rlletl( Ads! IMyOffHere's ,
dm Ins the pasteiir \\:11.\' : I) KN : tM,1 _
Vlit pieKlclenl" rii.nleM Burns
el sni reduced 1 I' !M l.wurle \
Treasurer Kn-ddlp Muli.iel.; Rifrr '
Cason ns Instilliiu otllecr and!
L P,M. John Thli-sk as Installing No
A'H miirslialOlfiicis. mad Irs. n.lll'h'ood.| Wom.m'n
Club, updiisrr, and Hecreition Ct-n-
Installul fur the coming .Ire dirrrfore Dun Nanney and C
iyy's year for Amelia LI'dlSII.. ..7.r&t. ,.
/ T n '8allllr'. were asked fur dug. Better TimeTLere's
.\" ate Fred MeLam. woi',hi|). Uislioin which would be used as
ful miisler. Dunne :Nt'sot, '. tn I'II. (I.enin for the rimnilellng of PInile's -
lor Hurden.; K. U. \\a"d. Jr. Junior Inn Old furniture Is now be- r1IIS4

warden; J. II t\III1N.II'uMllrl'r\ \log\ collected lo be used on the n to clean up
J T. !Midkiff. setrcliiry lr) Iflpn, p.ilioKiuIt. ) ur0utuandingObllcationt

Wolff chaplain' : K:. Fcoslur. "('11. : |arson vim then asked to ;\ ANN NAM.S.! a Ktudont' at William ('o-ey t's'Ikge'
-& lor deacon, L. llolllnimuilli.: junior in lIattlt'MhlrJr. Mksi il'li' IH shown in the dmrits .
eliniinilc 1 tuples' until he iclcitcdthe >ippl renter void and new.
deacon S. E !Moore,
: senior
niiihi ndeiiiialo l.iiler nnmeiweie intr a n'll'r! p in Persona) and Social Development
steward: Franz lJIdll'1l. junior
stcwnrd: J. I I. Smith tiln, ; Lauiie Hiiu ehled w tutu wuuld be wild t the Undcmic, Venn Dr. Woodnm (Clark, ,endith
Caws, marshal KiiiLiblo bur the club d.inclnil p.illo. II f(T: nv i,""It'III. Miss M.irlh.i 1I11l.lnl'l.un is the! cl.uiKhler -
!Mine" suggested! were: The Cilolio, df || Nolktter
1 Dr. G. Ralph Wollf pirsetili-d, the Mr. mid Mri.! James 1' Nails of rn.indma Beach
She Traveller, Till and
Diinwon.
Past Ma-lcis jewel to Past Master I tlu' liold; I'osl. She I is ii senior majoring in the field uf l'du'lltinn.nn
D E ;Nelson; has! won st-vernl titrlanding honors during her ('II11PJ.fda14 ::
Ancillicr met tlntf' I U planned( | in the realm of "For the second Place
partftouhrly beauty
I John W .Iu ('l' high priest of Thursday. ..Iniiiiniv 10, at 3111; p mat .
Nassau chapter' SO. A'l! |lIu{ \al Arch the Itetrralion Center. All year she has l>i-en ('ho"pn11'1 one of the five most ltiutlful -

MjisriH. welcomed meinlnTs and members, of UK exeeullve baud ) kirks< on the ('arl' College ramptm.
ROYAL ARCH MASONS nf Nassau Chapter No. Installed as officers for the comintf wives to the ('(cercinnnies and, aftera sire urged to be picsenl. .tort
,> ear\ were left to right front row, S. E. Moore( principal sojourner; Charles brief nddicHR liilrodnied, fast t -- ----- whatever cash Isttesded
L'rynn captain of host ; Charles Johnson m aster :'lrd veil; J. Leonard Long ro\al arch High,;: Pi'iesl John Tlilrsk us Install.. St. Peter's Church Marks 105th Year to do

captain. ; James S. Sle> nn. chaplain; Jim Heard secretary ; back row left to right, m Inn orikcr and, Piist High/ PiisotHodnt'y Scouts Guests On the Job rirht.

K..:. Carson, king; !Kermit McQueen, high priest t ; and ,A. :M. Campbell scribe. Not Price as Installing m.ir- Carrier Saratoga As Annual Is Held 8
allot Meeting January
pictured are 11. F. Stone, Jr., treasurer; John Think,' master 1st sell; Jo R. Hounds,
m.arter 2nd nil; C. Hilton Cook sentinel; and "Frank E. Walters marshal. Ollkers Installed, fur Nassau Hiiv SiuiilH of Den 3, Park litruJuycd I ISlubll. Our simplifiedMoney
ChupliM" Nu Vt! Itoyal Arch Masoin a trap, lo Mj\port' luxlS.ituiday The (IITilli( Annual Milling' of. SI.Filer's miles are, Hulph! Wood, Joseph
11 t o4 r: for the whtre aboard Kplsein.il: (hiiuh im ..Ian.nnry .. E. K.: Ui*,ur unit' Dan service letjApt
Mgo coming year ore Kcrnilt thl'Y111 'In
convenience.Evsrything .
A van nHiinl| nil It prayer byFuller :i Dougherty.
C !Mi,'Queen, high piles) : Ifolxrt F the, Aniriflurier Saratoga Is
I I .
James :
I n. HlisorThe Following the I annual meeting,
Carson king A. Marshall : The I rip was arranged by Raw
; Camp / first order. nf Imslm-m Will vestrymen met for organization to suityou.I .
a bell scribe, Hugh .F. Mom-. Jr" Ire l I'. Huberts M.M C.S. ullmhedIn I Ilic 'II..tlnll, nl 111'11''I..tr'III1'n., K:. pin'poses. They are, Arthur Markham .
Ireasuier. J. A. Ik'aid. I lie' Siratoga., father of !Seoul .
: steielaij; K 'fldic' I.asseire. Sinn Stewart Senior Warde-n: George I.awh'nCI' I
Charles' K, llr\an' tiiplain of hush' : 1 Gcrnld Itolierl.H, Another f/lthl'r.1 and Gilbert \i/rnrromln, who will Junior Warden, Otto Phun.ktlrl .
Sanford E. Moore, principal so. 'Carl Hurfuid, ulso atctimpanled the |IIlrl1l1l serve Hint1 Venn, ami Olio Plum- clerk: Joseph hliiblli. I
journcr; J. Leonard Long, royal ). |Nile), oho will nerve 2 Kurt. urer I ; and Albeit llardakcr,
arch captain.: John Thiisk. master II.KlillKlit of the lour Included a t'lIlll1'rlIll1or\: lepiulivl'' (the" up.polnlment ant treasurer, Ir'.lIi'l
lot veil. E. It. Hounds, 2nd ROANS UP TO $800
s : master visit to the engine roast the! flight : of MIH\ II L. ll.iuull-: Officers of the ('
veil, thai lei Johnson, muster 3rd ,, de man as thiilrmun of the Altar {a.s; Betty Ualncs. pre-sldent; ,
veil; C Hilton Cook sentinel, I, chiefs I Guild fur 1 I'M! OeoiKi' tawreneeat ICain\ Vlrcarrnnclo vise presl I. ,: -. G.A.C.FINANCE.-
James S. Stevens chaplain, Frank''i: On the rilinn home, the group choir diirctor: Mm T. N Law- dent I Mrs Alice Bodlne, secretary, I II II
K. Walters, marshal I''visited I I the ksonvllle 7.mwhere retire organist: l : and Mr. HeUlicr I and Mrs Hazel Jones, ticnsuier 1
The Past High Priest Jewel was they enjoM'd reciting the anlm.'ils Shinny, Acilvlo innlliei. were lnst..l'e'd: Sunday at tin, ten
piesenled lo Past High Tries John 1 land i lukinB!! a ride of their choice. I'uiil Hums, Ail for Maiklium, o'clock sirs h'e, together" with the C W. Jtiye-e by Jim Beard, | AII"lIIhlll.rt" It mlv Klltrl'll.I I George: Lawre'iiee and K: V (line'In new officer of the Vestry j Ml Atlantic Annul
Larry I Kulluoixl Johnny Lloyd, were! rUtted an deputies lo inert Committee chairmen of the f IrHintiniLADIES' leach funds '
I Cerald I Burton), Mike and! Tony will) the I Aniiiiiil Ciiimell, lit the Churchurmen I are; Mn. Car, lyn fsispnsas 21l I811
Trade At Home Vaughn, Gerald Rokrls, Civil Goal Sin-paid Chin'ill III .lickson-, Vl/rarrondo' Christian t1J1'lIttlln: -tCftrl-- ofnttiltratesop' ,
Ci.iiiR'S and l Den Chief Jnc Lucas yule J.inuuiy 20 Ihiniigh :HI I, Alter. Mrs. (Carolyn Phimstlel Christian I
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OFFICERS OF AMELIA LODGE 47 F & AM installed for the coming year are, left

to right, front row, Duane Newsom, senior warden; Fred McLean, worshipful master; I
Ken Ward junior warden; Dr. G. Ralph Wolff chaplain; back row, left to right, L. M.

Holiinggttorth.: : junior deacon ; J. B. Evans, treasurer; S. E. Moore, senior steward;
'Franz :Mitchell, junior steward; and J. L. /hmith tiler. Not pictured were, J. T. Mid-

kiff E. Fooshee, senior deacon and Laurie Canon, marshal.
secretary ; ; MEN'S SUITS AND SEAMPRUFE SLIPS
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State Park 'the Fort Clinch State Park Advisory Dr. J B. WilsonTo SPORTS WEAR
Ft. Clinch $6
Council will be held Monday, SPORT COATS Regular Now> $399

Advisory CouncilTo January 20, at 8 p.m. at the Fort Address P-TA 25% OffLADIES'

Meet MondayA 'Conccislon. On February 6 1-3 OffMEN'S i
N. E. Miller Jr., Executive Ad. NYLON PETTI SLIPS
reorganlzatlonal! meeting of''I mlnlstralor of the Florida Board "What Is the correct relationship i SWEATERS '-""' _
lof I Parks and Historic Memorials between: child and teacher In grade SHIRTS 'LADIES'
Tallahassee, will be present to dn- ichuol" Can t thin relationship havean SPORT $199
cuss matters pertaining to Fort alfcct! on evenluul college!: preparation .
Cooper's Laundry Clinch and the Park. I ?" These questions and 25% Off '' ""

Also present will be Gil Becker I others like them will\ be answecrd ____ TO%r; NOW $259 LADIES FALL HANDBAGS
by Dr. J. Bruce Wilson, president |
Coin-Operated park superintendent and Carlos I of Brevard Junior College CocIa.III LADIES' DRESSES 2 For $5.00
Maxwell regional supervisor. be speaks to the Fernundma I II
Laundry and Dry Members of the council arc \V N. Bench Junior Iligli-Klenionlary VAU'KS: ; : One $2.99 1-2 Price l
Group _ ,,_ _
Cleaning Galpliln, John Ferreira Gordon'I PTA. on the evening of February $7.95; TO,8001'ALttIE4tJTt$900 -

Butler T 11 Asklni and Thus J. ,,8. 2 For $5.95 ALL CO'STUM E JEWELRY-
Mrs. Doris! Howard, Shave, Jr. Dr. Wilson, who has served In VAI
Manager I I his present position since 10; /hat :;.;$500Y"815.9TO$1100::

More than a million earthquakes MTllten several research publications :! BOYS' SWEATERS AND 1-2 PriceCORDUROY
11th & Beech Street! shake our planet each year and I' reflecting his Interest In the VAJo i.
not one of them can be predicted relationship between achievementand $21.95 $1500
'-' -I corking patternsHe JACKETS MATERIAL '

received his doctorate In RduI .
DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST I cation at the University of Florida LADIES' COATS & JACKETS 1-3 OffBOYS'
In 1U55 with majors In higher education vr.29yTd? Now 69c yd;
IN AN and student personnel sir. VALUES; TO QAAVAUIKS; TO()
$ $
vices $10.95 yUU $21.95 PIJVU 'O Jo;
ONE LOT OF 59c YD. PRINTS
Through the years he has served SUITS $10.00BOYS'SPORT
AUTO In the positions ol teacher, athl air VAM'KS; : ( LOT '
director, research stuff mcmlxr, $17.9-1! ; TIIOO\'AUlfS'J'$1500| || $ ;' || 4 Yards For $1 .69

-. 0 .. .... consultant college dean and col.lepc _
s. -- -- -- : COATS $7.00
f- president lie IN a member (if VALfKS:! TO .
; j TUNE.UPTu several honorary and professional $ .IS.'J. $2000 RAYON PILE RUGS
issoclalions IndudinlWho's Who _
In American Education: BOYS SPORT SHIRTS t
dive Your Cur Limner R bxe461klrking $28 -
The program/ promise to be an GIRLS DRESSES
Life nnd Get: l Better Interesting one. All mcmbiri and KKfi.: : : Fnimi .
$1 69 S $1.99 -
Mileage: I. e tOur Expert tend.Interested persons are urged to at Reg. $2.98 & $3.95 NOW $1.99 $I.UH! IDEAL DIAPERS $1.69 .,

Mechanics Keep /It e' )0AIIII
Reg. $4,98 & $6.95 NOW $3.99
In Perfect Con Local Students MEN'S SWEATERS AND

dition. Receive Degrees Reg. $7.98 & $10,95 NOW $4.99 BATH MAT SETS $2.87'

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An En I( I lne Tnnr-l'p At Florida State JACKETS
GIRLS COATS
& JACKETS DISCONTINUING,
May l He Just What\ Your r

Car Needs For Fallt l ed Florida Thursday Slate a University graduating anmuinc.class of Reg. 56.95 to $9.95 NOW $5.99 1-3 0 f f CARPENTERS' & PAINTERS' "

Starts/ In The Early; I IJlorntng 591 students who completed requirements

*. Reg. $10.95 to $15.95 NOW $7.99 WHITE OVERALLS ;
for degrees/ during he( MEN'S DRESS SLACKS
trimester just (ended
Registrar Murray W'. Konna Bald CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR KUOKKNSIKS:: Only I $199
ONLY $6.50Lasserre ;
1-3 0 f f
6CkorSCyl. diplomas! will he sent out in a few
days to 4H8 who received a bath. /
Plus Parts elor'i degree', 79 who received a 25% Off

master's and 24 who received ------ MEN'S SPORT
doctor's degree./ --- ; JRTS
A. S.
ALLAN'S
Motor Co. By their Included home town the grad. SMALL BOYS' AND GIRLS \.M.ON AND ,
notes :

:-JASS.\l' (Ol' TV SWEATERS 1 1=3 OFF $1.69 $1.99 $2.99 Atlantic Araltue -

82!9 South Hth !Street'\ (I'hnne 261-iS19: Yulee Neil Allan Hewitt, BA :

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PIlIff'Four NewH-lffiderv Fernandina Braclv Florida-Thursday,. January 1ft1D61 must seek her own answer
I Episcopal Chapter Mri Leo May entertained (he
: To Wed Janudty 31 chapter In her home for the Ian.

I Mrs. lames Ellisor Presents Program At t, Miss Diane bland Weds Charles Story,) I Of Discusses Tbday's The Women"Is Role I II'ol'slehall'l1a"nary meeting. Mrl., lead James the Lynn groupIn ,

Mr. and Mrs. C J. Dixon of
.* i5rft
Loncfteon Meeting of Sf Paul's Chapter (Cairo, Georgia announce :the en.garment the woman' place In the Chairmen prayer Mrs. Willufm O'LearyI
and forthcoming mnr. "
I home Discussion of this age old presided over' the business meeting
uf daughter, I
rlage their Myrtle
Mrs.. helm Joyce Crooks was can life Is footed In Christian Love, to Eugene Powers, ion of q-Wstlon' began Monday evening/ as during which ohrfpttf' ruler were
KosfrsR lo St. Paul's Chapter, !Epis. I truth," Mr and Mrs Lee Power of WIU the St. Gerard' chapter of the I liven/ to aft the members present.

copal Church Women on Tuesday following the business meeting llamsburg, Kentucky 'Women of St Peters Episcopal Mrs May was' aiilnted a* she
morning at II.06() AM. and program the group>> enjoyed a The wedding will be January Slut :Church FEMININE began study of the book | served refreshments by Mel

Newly Installed Chairman, Mrs delicious buffet luncheon! with MrlElllsor In the chapel of the First Baptisl' I Frleden.MYSTIQlE: by Mrs. I bert Babb. .x**
flora Markham, conducted the at (tit coffee sef. Betty
Church, Ffrnandlna Beach Thosi present lncIudefMrl\ Al.
business session making the following vlce. Program Chairman MM. CftfoPhanstlcl
MU Dixon a graduate of Cairo I 5rrt Hardat, Mrir drac/! Mean.
and her Ms4Jerome
announcements: On January Attending th# miffing' "''t'rIlle High School received her degree assistant Mrs Ernest-Davis, Mrl Charlesjuf'Mrl
28th, Beth!) and 30th. the Church of s.4I Lancaster presented the I
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following: Mm Helen Joyce Brnnks/ from Georgia Southern College Lovell, Mrs.
the Good Shepherd, Jacksonville, first of a two\ part program which ROil Bobby
Mrs. Urn fiance
Mrs. Flora Mnrknam Alene S'alesbnro. Georgia I VUcarrondo, M,.. Phan-
will host the 121nt t Annual Council will be continued! af the chapter'!, I M
Carson.New.man
Barber Mrs. Nellie Adirm, MM. I was graduated from ,
Mrs
stud Mrl. O'Leary
and the 74th Annual Meeting of d'r February meeting Accordln lft May
Jane Senflcld Mr. Adnllnc Rrobstnn t College, Jefferson City, Tennessee '
Babb Walter Smith andMrs
Mri Mrs ,
Phanstlri.. FEMININE :
the Episcopal Churchwomen, with Mrs. the .uthe '
BA ItEccmrnlcs
Mrs. Ella Mae LambrlcM, receiving a degree i : Lancaster.Mrs. .
r MYSfUfVteJUKft' till! stand i "
from and
delegates every parish Mrs. Mary Evelyn Wood find Mu. and Accounting.
mission conducting the Cliurch'i Emmie Sue Elllsor Miss Dixon Is presently employ. kw. ? 'fey that women .aren't using all of I
their! ahDrty'In the home. The Johnl! Button, a sophomore
buslnesa. On Monday evening, I i Board of au.
ed by the Nassau County }
January tflrt at 8,02: P.M. tile Women The chapter will meet/ with Mrs. Public Instruction, and Die bride. r v, Thor .ties the role cf women student at Livingston Slate College
Flora Markham February ? I
of St. Peter's will hold their I on Monday/ / n rtnlng to Include Industry fn'OIlIt'j Livingston Ala? has been placedon
( r I igroom etect Is employed by Con.
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10 h at 11;:00 A M.TapperBreidenbock F' ,
for
quarterly meeting In Whitney nail Italncr I Corporation of America ifeislohs In addition to the the! Dran'i List the past

with St. Paul's Chafer lefvlnt at tft The couple will reside In Per. I She! conclude that each woman school quarter
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Markham tonedhe/ meeting I r rt
Wedding Performed .
to the chairman, r&JI
over program ,
!\Mr, Jane Scofield, who had pre. iIn I I I Texas Chapel February 14thValentines
I Plans
pared a very tlme'y!' tonic M discuislon I I May Wedding I I-i' \\j
entitled "Americanism! v* I Miss Dorothy May Tapper, :
Communism." I daughter of Mr. end Mrs 1 Dave Day
Mrs, William Dallas Morgan announces .
r-
Tapper of this city became the T .
Highlighting the dWiml-nt' / I was I' .
the engagement of her ... ,
bride of Harold Jay Brclitcnbnck, r
a most. Inspiring devotional and ( I daughter Glenda Sue Morgan, to ;: it' You Tan Stand Being
|den November 29 S o'clock In the
revealing talk an the subject by ot : f. Mr. Robert! Muller of) Miami. :l A Sweetheart All Year
Mrs. James Elllsor. who tiirnmar- I Shepard Air Base Chapel, Texas, her'Jance .J ; '
lied and brought out the Importance -I with. Father Shaffer officiating I 0i Miss Morgan and are ; LonlC .
.AmcffianIdrtfs Snrpeant Brcldenbock Is the son ? II serving with the United States \ :
of maintaining our I I ] > GIVE HER ANEW
Irt remembering. (that eui!, of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brclclcnbnckjof txLk; I :Alt Force and are presently sla-

Individual l ,IS dependent cfl fTnd, Cascade, Idaho ; turned at Eglln Air Force Base tr+

using four sentences from the DC. I Following' all Informal reception i a A May wedding Is planned. Vinyl Corlorf
claratinn of Independence tot affirm -{I Tat the hume of friends, the couple I ,' i ;! Armstrong

this point: that, according! to left for a trip to Oklahuna City, st Larry Lemacks returned Kitchen Floor
to Rutherford
writings by Carl Marx "hi order and a visit with his parent: In AZ' -I'I If
to destroy democracy they must Cascade Enroiilc to Foil Walton I II Wt Metropolitan( Business School '
destroy Christian!!}." I Beach where Sargcnnt Ureiclrn- r In Dallas, Texas en Tuesday after 'I P rlerfYequlst/ Ii
Mrs.-' Klllsor'f rinsing wordi I back Is stationed, they visited her r spending the holidays with his l
were," "the strength1 out 'Ameri parents here parents' Mr and Mrs. Alvin Lo. tn Color Center I .
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I The wedding of Miss Julia Diane I ) =d d'r3 #. r3d 4

'''Boland lo Charles Hubert Story Mrs. Owens Presents

: ilan Theatre 4 was at solemnized 4 o'clock In Saturday the Community, January I Informative ProgramAt ANNUAL JANUARY

I Methodist Church Belle Glade, Circle Meeting Hibiscus Club To I

with Dr C. M Cotton of Miami Ii Meet January 20 !

Phontf 2(1-4849 C. E. Beach Mgr\ / officiating at the double-ring cere "The American Christian Is twicea
mony, assisted by the Rev. William citizen He ls a citizen of his The Hibiscus Garden: Club will

R. Boland, pastor of the church and of his nation." Such !meet Monday, January 20, at 8
church. were some of the points stressed pm at the home of Mrs J. C.

: FRIDAY & SATURDAY The bride Is the daughter of the by Mrs. W. C. Owens In the pro. McJunkln.

: JANUARY 1718 Rev and Mrs. William R. Boland gram, "Citizens of Two Worlds" A door prize will be donated by
of 324 N. W. Avenue D, Bella Glade which she presented( to the Shirley I Mrs. J. M. Bird.

: trlday":30: Saturday 2:30: & 7:10"SUMMER' : and the bridegroom Is the son of Ledford Circle of the Baptist Woo 1

Mr, and Mrs. H. T. Story of Jack rnan'J Missionary Society Tuesday Senior Citizens
: lonvllle. morning.

HOLIDAY"TECHNICOLOR I A program of organ music was Mrs Phil Stewart, Mrs, Leroy Plan Purchase Of

presented by Mrs. J. E. Williams Jones Mrs. E. R. Bounds, and Game EquipmentThe
: Mrs. W. T. Waas assisted Mrs.
Mrs Vince Marqueas was soloist.I .
Owens as she discussed four ques.tlons Senior Citizen's Club met In ,
Friday 9:05 Saturday 4:05: & 9:05 I The beautiful chancel was enhanced
: "Who Is A Citizen '" "What I regular session Thursday evening,
: by arrangements of giant
Is Christian 9. Mrs, Ruby King played )I II
"TARZAN MAGNIFICENT"SUNDAY white chrysanthemums and gladiolus Citizenship" "Can I January
THE I Christian Principles Be In of piano music after
In polished brass urns, banked Applied I a program Men's Shirts Ladies Sweaters
"
Civic Situations and 'How do I which Mrs. Adam Mlllsop, club
by palms and tall lighted brass
Christian and Civic Citizenships president held a short business
: pyramid candelabra. CARDIGANS AND BULKY KNITS
Compare and Contrast?" I session which was opened with I Manhattan Wings and
& MONDAY I Given In marriage by her father Brought out was the point cf view I prayer by the club chaplain, Mrs. WOOLEN & ORLONS

JANUARY 19 -20 tile bride was radiant In a flour that both types of citizenships were\Sam Swearlngen. I Form Fitter. Long Sleeve '
: length wedding,"' gown of white silk 'I U3 OffLadies
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Sunday ,, 230; & ,7::30 Monday 7:30: !organza over faille taffeta The necessary and Important Slue!I Pressed A motion to acquire additional SPORT AND'DRESS .
I the Idea that Christians should games and equipment was adopted

: "TWILIGHT OF HONOR"RICHARD ;medallions back empire, accentuated bodice re-embroidered featured with Italian a Italian bowed lace ernment be Informed should about use their their civic volei gov., I was by the welcomed club, Mrs.as a Rex new member.Clark St. I 20% Discount Skirts

and work actively fur the .
lace neckline and long fitted sleeves pieservatlon After the business meeting the
CHAMBERLAIN of justice, freedom, and (able
members In
engaged games
extending a point over the hands.
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equality. Chilsllmi citizens must be Refreshments were served by Mr, I ITdlllsop. ONE LOT 1-3 to 1-2 Off
(I>r, Klldare's First Motion Picture) The plcnled skirt embellished with willing I to accept positions (if leadership .
scattered Italian lace medallions I I
terminated! Into a chapel train Her and continue to support The next regular meeting will beheld Shirts
I their churches and Iho Ideals for(I I 231 Sport
finger lip veil of French Importedsilk which they stand," Mrs. Owens Thursday evening January LADtES'MATCHED
I Illusion Ml from a crown of at 6:30 p m. at which lime I a eov.
need pom;la and;: leaves of FrenchIllusion. I continued I Bred dish" supper will: be served, Long

She tarried a white Bibleami Prior to the I program: Mrs.Bounds $1.98 Coordinates
SleeveJdntxen
cascade bomiuct of white' r ldom Itcvd.Hlnns 3:1: !
/ a Bykota Class
crchids and lIIy.or.the.valll'Y.I< 1-6 comparing the chinch today I
with the church In Sardls as to the 1] Holds January i 1-3 Off
Miss Sally Ann Iloland was her I
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I full calendar of activities and ManhattanS
slster'x' mold cf honor. She were j Meet Thursday
I Mrs. Herb White Jr presided !
a light aqua silk faille sired l I
rcoianightsrt i (over a business session. A Utter of Mrs E. R. Bounds entertained Girls' Dresses
length lire** Her matching aqua' VI e aters
hunks received and read! from I
: hut was worn with a short Routing ( was I the Bykola Sunday School Class ot
a 6-vear-old boy from I thl' Jacksonville the First Baptist Church Thursday
tell mill the carried a bouquet of ZII'S. CARDIGANS PULLOVERS
r s.? Children's Hume thanking evening, Mrs. L. M. Ilollingsworlh 1-3 Off
camming and
ep pink roses I''the circle: fur: his Chrlxlnins: Namessere i I wan cohostess.Mrs. f
Brldesmn were Mlns Joyce 25% Discount
Story of Jacksonville, sister of the given: out for vlsUtlin: dur : O R. Spalnhour read the SIzes I-.1: 3-6X 7.11
In addition, to cook .
groom sod Mist Bonnie II. Sanfordof ing January a scripture from the second chapterof '
.. St. Petersburg 'I donation inn a slik J pcrsrn. I II 1 Deuteronomy and Mrs. II J WOMEN'SCasual

Hick Hancrck of Ja: <'ksonvillc I A week of prayer In Mmch lobe I II Durham offered prayer. Men's Slacks ,
t 't was the /groom's best man Ushers I dedicated to Home Missions, Mrs Holllngsworth class prcsl-
I. were George Bolund', brother of was announced Mrs. T. P. hull' dent, :presided: over a short( business i Shoes
I he bride, Deullt Draa and John I was saluted on her bh.thdllYllIh ': meeting after which garnet YALE :Vy'DRESS

: Ryan, Douglas Bennett and Jim I' a song were played. Mrs. W. A. Lawhornc '': OVER 120 PAIRSTO
slnaf Barbary all of Miami. 'I Refreshments were served I the I and !Meg Mabel Milton won prizes I 250 f f v b >
Mrs B. W. Peeplcs offered the ? !
!Mrs. Boland wore for her doughler's 11 members present i i I $300
closing prayer. Refreshments were
wedding a peacock blue silk ..
I served to the 11 members. Pleated Models -
sheath dress with matching ncces.
I Missionary Article
.Y serif and a white orchid corsage :
Mrs Story chose a pink silk sheath j( Discussed At Annie "White Elephants"Sold :25% 0 f f BOYS' SUITS AND

dressvllh slight flared skirl, pink
Brown Circle MeetMrs. At Azalea
wool jacket: and a white unhid I i ONE: GROUP ODD) SIZES SPORT COATS

coo rsa pImmodlmely. Ferris Jones and Miss Ljn Garden Club Meet
to buy'N. following the cere Hitchcock cooperated In giving I the FIRST
many a reception was held hi the program for the January rmctiiiKof A "White Elephant" sale wani QUALITY $5.00pr. 25% Off
church parlor. of the
the Anme Brown Circle. The i I the order day Tuesday as
The three tiered wedding cake eleven members met In the home the Azalea Garden Club met lethe
with pink roses was topped( with Maxwell home of Mrs J. J. G. Cooper,
of Mrs Bert ONE GROUP
wedding bells and Illy-of.the.val- : Co-hostesses were Mrs. Lynn and BOYS' SWEATERS ANDCorduroy
Irv, Flanked by tall silver candelabra For the spiritual life portion of i Mrs. Harry Lnhman. YALE IVY
.ti art with white lighted/ tapers the program Mrs. Jones presented The Items to be auctioned were

1 Cake heart shaped mints and nuts I an Roblson.article The by missionary missionary education E. V, { wrapped which added to the fun. Slacks JACKETS3| OffWAIST

were served from the brides table, The sale was to raise funds for the
.. by Bliss Hitchcock was
topic given
overlaid with a satin cloth and a I club treasury
"
"Jerusalem, Jerusalem:
wide satin and net ruffle t touching entitled Prior to the sale President Mrs.
2A TO 31 WERE
The business meeting was
ELECTRICE the floor. Around the edge of the pre.sided Lohman opened the business meet. $6 MEN'S JACKETS
: Chairman Mrs Fred
table were entwined. fern and tiny over by Inn with prayer. The! roll call was $8.93Men's
Bond Officer's were given,
bogs of pink rice, tied with pink reports answered by naming a flower that
(I after which a letter from Mina Vic. 1-3 Off
satin ribbon. Coffee and raspberry! reseeds
I
BLANKET the circle's missionary,
: torla Lang
E punch were served from a lace Miss Ruth Morse recounted the
read. Suits
covered table. |was December meeting In the absence
!Mrs Story, who attended schools Nineteenlsits: were recorded lor[ t the regular secretary Mrs Jack MEN'S LONG SLEEVE
I for the month. Mt'mbrra'rl' re.
In Fernanillna: Beach Is a graduateof Armstrong! gave: the treasurer's re* DACRON AND WOOL
Columbia High School Lake minded of the W.S.C.S. Lllndll.tll1I port. Mrs. Nancy St'lbcrl81 appointed WINTER WEIGHT Banlon :
: Honest Injun, you just can't beat the City, attended Wesleyan College, | be held January 27. as publicity chairman Shirts
I
: warm, safe comfort of an electric !Miicon. Ga.. lo years and will The meeting! wan closed as the There' was an exchange of flower Nationally Advertised

: ;: : blanket. There's still many a month State gradual University In April from Florida ( diction.members recited the circle bcni- i cuttings Mrs.! W. J. Courter won the door SJ: ONLY $4500 1 13 0 f f ,

: "of cold nights ahead here in the Fern- Mr. Story, a former student nt I prlre Refreshments were served SHORt
"" FSU Is presently employed hv the Edna S. Ward the 14 members present.Mr 20% Off
ht 'ancfina Beach area (our apologies tom Seidxmrd Railway In Tallahassee I SLEEVE

I the Chamber of Commerce ) So where they will make their home Bible Class Set I and Mrs. E. Valero spent the Soorr Coats

at 824 W. Pensacola St. To Meet Jan. 21 'weekend at the Veterans of For.I
'' chpose your electric blanket now. i i l j ji i,leu Wars Ath District Encamp ,
I Mr. and Mrs E. R. Bounds attended The Edna S Ward Bible Class'of ment held at Palatka. Mrs. Viler I Reg. $29.95

I the wedding of their niece, I i the Memorial Methodist Church: l Ie Department of Florida Crtmrnm- I
!Miss Nancy Bounds to N, F. will be held Tuesday January 21 I I Ity Service Chairman In the Department Reg. $39.95
Fordhnm. at Riverside Park Me. at 8 p.m. In the home of of Florida Ladles Auxiliary PRICEBAILEY'S
florida Public Utilities Co. Ihodlst Church In Jacksonville on I Charles Poners. Mr. Allen '' to the Veterans of Foreign
January 5. Mr. and !Mrs. W. L. I will be co-hostess. MrS'j Wars of the U. S. The next meet. HATS /2 I

i I Bounds of Ocala returned home I All members are urged to I ig of the unit will\ be held In St. I

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Bernice Lowe CircleOf Nctvs Ikudet, PVinundina flench, Fki'ida-Thuruttlay I : t January! JC, l&CI! Page FiI'
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Methodist WSCS Wed February 14 Tilsley.! Renshaw Engagement Told -
I larger and more vigorous\ In growth,
Meets Wednesday are more florlfernws. andilwr"hng l -
Tie engagement of Miss Louise er than thaw grafted! Tn*"*
Methodist The Bernice WtriT tyn Circle] nf the Roberta Cluinh to Charles! "James Mrs. Klarer HostessTo J The siotk We here in FcrnaiMtina,
met Wertm- Beach! have seen evldenf'" nfti
day mor II In the home of Mrs. Smith Is announced\ by her moth! r Eda Stertz: : Circle In the \lIIlIrll'rft1rlllll"\ grown by

A. IrArlhur with, Mr. C W er, Mrs Louis Robert Church Mr Monday AfternoonMrs Garden Baskets (he Ihdie! Peterson on farlunlnnatok

81l1pbllum. eo.hodess Smith Is the ion of Mr. and Mrs .I The bullet'n' reports lint:

./ Preceding the meeting rpfresh- g ab Joseph Peter Smith of Buffalo New svia, John Klorer was hostess\ tithe < menu were served to the 12 iwm. York \ Eda Stem Cliche nf the First now obtainable frrm some ritld' '
ben present' Baptist Church it her home Nun I nurseries ard further stales that
Mrs E. P. Wilson circle chair. Miss Church tended Fcrn.in.,, day afternoon. Currently the m the best ujialitv rose plant tib'a' ''B-

man presided during!! the businessJneotlnj. dlna Beach II all School!, Mrs O. R. Sntlnhnur, circlechairman Hardenlnn! now Is able Is a Florida Fancy' eonlnn.ergroun .
The chairman urgedmembrrs Mr, Smith Is serving with the opened with an Inspir. thin of our overnnr : plant ,m lortunlnin! r.o*.
cp 0 work Jammrv 12: .11. /! : stork.
to attend the evening U S Navy ab-ard the USS. Sara. ti lag devotional and (lien' conducted
n.ANTI\(5: ( WKrK: : { '
Other' roltl.loc.k.lhle'h.. thoiiga
service on Sunday! night at which brief busines session,.
time Mr. 0. T. Butler will be In 'f Iota! now stationed at Mayport./ a ('(loot's cm F'rid.iy. nut sn good have proved charge cf the program rclebrut. t The wedding will be an event of Following reports" Mrs Ida, Pi- Shish! being! tlu orv for Florida, ore Or II,icy.lirM .
leg the 25lh 91' Friday, February 14. at seven Hilr- via presented a 'new rommmillv J inn irv In (lie diiv! / \ and Him I m'lIlflura'k., .
anniversary of
WSCS! the tv selects In HIP Chapel of the project) lo 'the elute. to which the the obxpivnnio, nf .\u l I I (It lists rn III'"'r own rnuli' exepjit,
Tint 1 Bmllst: Church members Voted In contribute Honda Onveniiir ; / ) for' ('I'rlllinhrlh/ varieties du not
Tie spiritual life program/ al All friends and relatives of the Mrs kluiyr, Y.W.A. Director, orii.imritlons and live as Irng as grafted rnes. -
given by Mrs R. W Calph'n.' us. couple arc corcllal'y!' Invited! to the asked the member to sponsor a tens in plant trees ] Remember Hint ycur rosa 'h-d
log as the topic, "To My wife on and reception to follow Mother-Daughter banmiet during,. economic' '
ceremony must have six or more noun of
My Death", taken from the "To.gether" Immediately In 'the Social] Hall of YWA. Fetus Week February 911 tlielie resoiirres of !\ sun, morning son being the best l.It l.

magazine Ihe church.'Church. Mrs M B. Brannon social practice of ',,' should be well (drained well d S,
Mrs T, W Oliver chairman will Ix- In nf tills
presented the The betrothal of Miss Barbara j charge Day was Initiated and fortified with organic mitrrjsl.
missionary education entitled "Me. Shelby Leigh Deemp I Lee Tlntley to Arthur Allen Ren- special occasion ninety-two years agn Plan to spurn hush cones (three or
thoctlftt Missionaries In Taiwan". ey Women UniteIn The Royal Service Program was
later
shaw It announced by her parent, Inns Stale four fret apart for the medium.and
The chairman thanked the mem- Mr and Mrs William Edward Local CouncilUnited I Rev. and Sirs David P. Tlnsley. presented by ]Sirs C. R Rutledge torn set dates for Its ( tall growing varieties, and beris
ben for serving MYF. upper Dempsey, Jr., of !Memphis Tenn, for Soulh Fletcher Avenue assisted by Mrs. Huberts, Mrs aecoidnnee Ilh four to six fl'l'l'hl,' arc easier tj
during December and Mrs, R. F belatedly announce the birth rf a Church Women of Fer. The Is Grant and! films Klurer Entitled Wllh the hitter << cure for
prospective brldegrrom "
Carson for decorating the church daughter Shelby Leigh December nandlna! Beach have chosen "Citizens of Two Worlds this wan ,
on a nominal the peril-tiling It Is fort '" We have only tried In ghee a
son of Mr and Mrs Walter
the Sunday before ChrUtmni. 18. The little lady weighed ccmmiltro to select offlc- the first of three programs on Ibis the .rt-
Ing Renhhaw of St. George Georgia, na ml i n a Hrni'li !' : / / / iltcrmn of some 11 'imp
Members reported 33 visit for 7 Ibi. I ozs Mrs. Dempsey Is the era to In.iunuralp a local council nub jeet. held, Us Inltlul !\ !. ant rniikideralliins/ for rose !mw.Ing .
the month former Diana Morgan daughter al a meeting held recently Wedding vow will\ be exchanged During the social hour refreshments Street plniillnA last I ) "i> that. while, wuilini rot \ if
Mm A. 0. Me Arthur and Mrs of Mrs free Morgan and the late: The nominating committee eon. ''on June II at the First Assembly of were served to the eleven" ueiuher prevents (' rose hullelin, 'In arrive you( pet

T. W Oliver volunteered in serve William D 1 Morgan sisls of the following' : Mrs. Fred God, Church\ In_Filkslon. Georgia'' : members present.The lion InIII/ Arbor ) know the uencral: type of plant )..<.H
on the Memory Chapel cnmmiilppMembers -- February ml'l'lInllI III he verse, II hv driving ( should hive: and where sun should
ll.iworth Mrs J. B. Thompson; he'd' nl HIP tonic of :Mm K:. J
were reminded (jf the Eastern Star Fetes ti> M'(' thin first pripmo 'lo, I 1'1.11I1| II.
WSCS ]luncheon and mettingUhleh \\ 11be\ guests.Mrs and Mrs Oltn I'lians-llel The John Smith. nf trees from Ihp (' i / : Our gardening\ Mini I paste, sj
will he held on .Januiry 27th Hale 8111'Ifl'I"11I he ho*. Sixteen representatives, from 8 I Joyces (,llIh In the ('Hv, : sail ily. and proper llnilnu Is tine'
at which time the District officers less' for the February\ meeting. churclie-s, wire In attendance At Farewell Supper YWA Career Girls \missed the wrllo-up ( ': / I of I lie must iiiiiiiirl.ini nlliihiili's, of
I holllos ire nf HIP : l< a Krrrn. ihiinib,
I Mr and Mrs. John Joyce were Meet Monday With variety \\lilch has s

honored Friday! : evening at a farewell Mrs. C. B. BrewtonThe (>If beingerv / / "
supper given hv the officers' mnlcil In rondiidc .
and members of DIP Frrnandma Career Girls YWA of HIP Bund marl, (lilt-en( | SOFTENERS'
Chapter 55 of the Order of the First Baptist Church met) Monday only-five foot' ]
Eastern Star 01 I he Surf Restaurant evening with Mrs C. B Bievvtm Ir('(', In all.

'Pioneer Mission Work in the l Dint ]IP! \thin 1W4
Acting ns Master of Ceremonies Midwest and Northwest". pieRented non 'for tree pass \\ COMPANY .
JilDUTCOUPON Hugh I Mime, Jr presided over (he by Miss Ruth Cux a upccliil\/ dfurl In
J) :, Tank Cur ('orJ). :
affair. Gifts from the members Plans were discussed fur nil ml- that a Irep Is : .
were presented Mr. and Mrs, meet of prospects and several I her of the I two local ,
; JO 'l'e.Joyrl'. \Ideas\ ; were presented the group tJ den Clubs has been' That = ,
retired past high priest' ofIthe I enhance Interest and Inspire DIP 'I responsible( : fur the ;r.:

Fernandmn Beach Royal! ArchMason group such as the Mnlhrr-Diiiiih-\ ,: three trees tills vrnr I REID '
her Banquet) the Maich Week, of ;
has recently been trout.fend year as part iif the "
In Ills position I as a talc I Prayer, and the! Y W.A. Conference! ', Hnrldu) Fpileinllim, of ; .
: Gor. at 11,- and In April the Street :
conservation officer to Puma The jjoiil out hv :"
da. Mrs Joyce Is a member of The next regular rnffllllJf1'111 hl'1 the Iwo year period! I Home'j) < > Florida : I
the Order of the Eastern Star. I held Monday, February 21, ;at Ihrhome I pl.inled In Fit rlda.
of Shirley and Gall: McKcndree. r
The Jaycee, after nkJng'ole ) I It Is rose planting To Handle
home on Amelia, (h : U i I ember and Juniiiry > .

years, left Wednesday! for Punta i Carl Janet and Laurie Canon ire time I for North & SALT SALES ::
Cords baie-ront pi/mils. This
I reported recovered from Injuriesluslalned
Those enjoying the with I rliullural Extension !\ In : I
: supper I In an automobile wreck University nf | : Employed The .
the "foyers were: Mr and Mrs I near Baldwin over I weekend, tab For 7 Yours
real/ (Chrlstma : '
Hugh Stone, Jr Mr. and Mrs W. I I
: SALE R. Brlnson Mr.? and! Mrs James I Mrs F, J. Selirnccler' relumedFilday I rose lovers nn up.to., In ('sib Scouting
alter sneiiiHnu; three weeksIn I I
Beard Mr and Mrs Sammy
Biiniinuluni. Alabama visiting'
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stevens i For Service
Mr. and Mrs J. I I.. Bums ami famIly little notice on HIP I
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rounds
,
I '
It said tho
Mis Sehiwdrr< and Mm Rows lour
her and Mrs. Bill Campbell Mr.
,
sisters. rented tiiHimllv \
I DIP
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Mr.
and Mrs Hermit McQueen.
1nn $:W\ fur the night
hn land i Mrs I.onnle llollinuswoith.Mr Friends of Hi,'mer, Nobles will be Such iilee ml
.n b000 lh. : and Mrs F.. J. Smith. Mr. and u |
awl v.i glad/ In know that he 1 III Improving' imiiiil for Hunt' ,
s Mrs. Joe Peacock Mrs. Stella after being seriously{ 111 and rnn.I where .vise alonn lh '
i j i Sloan, and Mrs Grace Peters I fined! at Humphreys Memorial Hospital I hut fur tin- (' ,)
? yl I where! he Is convalescing.CAPITOL to working", In North ,
"Pruning" DiscussedAt was n shoiKrr. Mi '
i he almost lull I hN :r
aMaM f January Meeting A
I the dill, presented to
Nrl.nl Slat kit'k'w clt glGTl y' rrr Of[ Home Demo. ClubThe $.IH he forgot

/ Fiiitiiniitrly, lio '
I Metol taMetal et' 'auwlalaeb Fcrnandlna Beach Home ten hill HtmlM (l y
Reit.
Gnt Demonstration Club held Its Jan. I pind hiM hili. no hiM ,
Airplane Type
Iran Skillet SI'69 11'/I"Steel Tai kit uary meeting Thursday In the! Rec. I LETTER suffer from HIP

ell sta. 3.44 / ar./d rl'atlon enter.. I lint'eirnre. ,
; I
fired an/ tar ikh.n.J hlllttj hsel.l 86c State Roenlof OliepoiU
$ I Mrs A. W PankP, vice prril. TulliihaHHce -- The -
s.f.ty ngsrlra. awraw a.wA d05e1 say l 5.,105.nh 5rrarMl dent, presided The program dls. I Control which jtulrtcs F'lardi'euniversity { me Unit. ,
5mn.ns str'st.N t M cussed "Pruning" Mrs. Mary N. system, melts niitnml- mid loiifid.int{ In (diiv; i ,
Harrison. Nassau County Hume ly it Horn Raton In nn tiUru-cx-] ant will he leaving ( '
5 I I Demonstration agent! presented I cidslvc OHlul.liKlimcnt,. ii'ni.lcrid 'For unotlii i job>, |'iiwt' > ,! f
: 'some useful] reminders, on DIP pruning with pelf euurxci and marinii. try. Ki-vrrul, In' ,' '
of shrubs, rosp bushes hedges. I It In thcrf'foie nut:: the kind;J of, p"rh.lIy, lire '" !
Hea'f.Duty 'and trees sauce la this ana I place one uxuully would find, (lie fonder Ornln city t ,' .

: like Basket Westline : After the program a social hour un-plutulutir nc'Winiii'r| | icinilrrmt. |' Olirynnt -- '] \ jour own cnn come iflorl-' .
was held and refreshment cif conk. i : rmysntrdly> fl'om-u :
Bumper 1 | rost Home Loan :
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let and coffee were served I by the A reporter for mn "if the MitIIIIIKTH !iiilnniiiiiry mauve
Jock hostess, Mrs A. J. Moore In the Htii'v' showed, up, unir, n ('Hml'iliiry ns ( \ ( ( Tcim t urrunjnlHn; : :

: 91 ; ReQa4,4S The next meeting Is' sot fur Ftb- however,, the I night, l lxfoie the neiiplp' feel if ho Is .. :
ruary 13 at the Recrrtiflnn Center, hoard met and, without rcmHiilvittion ic, will hove tu show .
AJ5" HS to the tariff |'ir of( tin iluh I hoiixh hn U In sun \' | |
Rehr. 3669 Mrs J. A. Price, of Denmark: to' rpirlslrr nn a guest' / Federal
t $1.49 t S. C., arrived Mondiy for a visit The opinlcr' wndi-il/ <1 through, the I Ikneedeep thin IH ineiinilient' ,
tiee.t.av7 to his room mid .Inn thud helped gel" "
carpets
with Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper at her
17342 Marry ntnhnd In", It hello rep a.nWa sign home on South Fleuhcr Avenue.Mr I rafter the hrlllmy left atr'lchedi, j I. iniiility runty by Loan Assn.
... hop big ...... and bra ..,...Ic.1 Atiah.d hanllai out fur a moment to tnjoy the iieil, a lot uf oil ;
IS" II..1 Wish cIe..,. a1 ......slr .1bJ and Mrs Carl Quattlcbaum, luxury: Ills rnjoymcnt, hovvvvr -- .
and daughter Bonnie, have returned, was nhoi.t-lived. Avenue :
from a visit with relatives In Den. When he arose mini wnndi, .red( <1 Trade At
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mark and Blackville l S. C. nhnut the riietin he came upon thei t ,
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"r" Pix News- ncer. Fernandina Beach", Florida( -Thursday, January 1C, 1064 I

High School Echoes. Lions Hear Talk Explorers OrganizeUnit I I Hospital Auxiliary

I : Junior High-Lights County To Get I I "Hats Off" LuncheonSet

BY NED TYSON (Continued, from Pag. One) Sponsored For March 3

Jl1: I (Continued prom Page One) Hello, -- _. 1of I our nation but that In the final .
i The Hospital Auxiliary to Hum.phreys
'"The Dramatics Club met Mon. (Clinch HistoricalContinued furnished at the various clinic local This past week at B11S. was I Delta Zeta analysis, brains and not brawn will I By Water PatrolSea I Memorial Hospital mat
fl>y at seventh period far a puppet long, the type of week Icachris pray for Pledge weigh the scales In our favor. He Tuesday afternoon In the hospital

show sponsored by Mrs. Faith "Visit one of the clinks listed but students dread. It was exIremely I should urged/ be that outstanding In the scholars Explorer Ship No. 1 recognized lame
Brltlon. Demonstrations the ( from Page One) uneventful I Iof the .
on below with your children sometime way as athletics are often eulogized. Boy Scouts of America met
Richard Sapp has received an I Monday night at the Fernandina The meeting was opened wllh a
firm and leg movements of the
are participating In gathering re. I between I and 1p.m.\ Sunday. .
appointment to the Air Force Academy j Bench Boat Club with Fred Town"send. prayer for hospital auxiliaries
s uppels were given cipes for a historical cookbook en. There Is charge for the vaccine, The second speaker was Robert j :
no In Colorado. Appointments! 4 who member District Commissioner' BSA, which the group said In unison.
w ordered their I titled "Island Cooking under I but a 25c donation from everyonewill to the service academyi are few Carter, spoke as a presiding. Mrs. Ben Dickens, tray committee
w of the( Board of Directors of the
pins and years Eight Flags" It Is to contain 100 help defray the cost of the and far between; for this reason j jI Townsend discussed all phases i chairman, reported that attractive
of the State
P Mid-term exams recipes signed by the persons submitting program" I wo are all very proud of Richard. eM I Beard Scholarship of Health.Program I of the Sea Scouts For those who tray favors were put on the pat.lenls' .
begin next i Tho Seniors got the results of the trays for Christmas Mrs,
Place where polio vaccine will were unable to attend the recent
them and will be sold In Carter told of what Is being dune
week, but the
;
1 College Board examination Tuesday This J. J. 0. Cooper, chairman of Ihf
II be administered: organizational meeting. newly
schedule will re. the hope of raising funds. by Jacksonville Lions Clubs to
; most were pleased. unit Is grounds (committee reported that
Fernandina Elementary I organized bring sponsored
lend recognition to the intellectually !
main the same The noted Florida author, Pr,
s Last the Nassau Sheriff's petunia plants had been planted)
School, Peck High SchadVideo Tuesday gillcd, much In the same way by County
I" with some exams Frank Slaughter has written a new tight the Pirates Water Pnlrol. and that the hospital had been decorated .
lasting/ two Elementary School, as ath'etes are honored at dinners ''
;)
book, THE PHOENICIANS whichIs Heated with Christmas trees and
asily
Thad Lee Boat Club
Bryant Academy 'jmiqui'ts and the like | represents
days due to be published In May,
f'< F.T.A. met last I Callahan Elementary! School, he Yule basketall He cited the placement tests that! live, conducted the election of arrangements
Plans to A Plans made and
are now underway ar. were commit.
.' and Pine Forest tram The are given each year to 9th grade I Mike Pikula as Boatswain, who In
4 Thursday range the handling of the sale of I toes appointed for the annual "Hats
entire Pirate I
Milliard Town Hall. students to determine the cou.ethl'Y I turn presided at the election of the
a"aida.. Dues were taken up and lab editions of this book, In Kcrmm- quad was play. Olf" luncheon and hat show which
other officers
should take through high
Karen*Brewer, the president, pre.Tented I Idina Beach solely by the Ilislor.I ng good ball but will be held Tuesday. March }.
school and to the 12th grade students Mike Rylant WAS elected asBoatswain's
I teal Society The auxiliary voted to buy an
the program. I I Personnel Changes lonnle Sapp was to determine those eligible ] Mate; Pent Penton as
I Persons Interested In donating he game's out. I oxygen tent for the hospital of the
See you soon.4Moe for higher education. Yeoman (secretary); and Chip Lee
cither lot In the Immediate Old type deemed most suitable by the
|: a landing player Carter said that of all the slu- as Purser.
'Town vicinity or funds to go toward (Continued from Page One) ,P : t he scored an I: Miss Susan Crisp, a sophomore dents In Duval County schools, Adults Admiral )I' doctors
were
present
Americans died In highway II was reported that pictures
of lot and
the
purchase a amazing thirty I
Elementary Education only 2T 6 will make the score of 430:; !I
major bas > Ralph Malone, US\ Retired Fred
furnishing. two Sousaphones one purchased by the auxiliary have
accidents In the United Slatesduring moving costs may contact cither six ((36)) points
been initiated Into Delta Zeta So- or higher of II possible grade of Thad Mates Clark
Townsend Lee
for Fern iiulmu Beach High School been In the .
: placed
the past 60 than were Ira Hull society treasurer, or Mrs. patients' rooms.All
years Our B-tenm also the
won prelim. <
senior test
4 iI( In the placement
clnl
Sorority at Western Carolina Walker
Bronklns and Emory
bund and one for Peck High! School members asked to
were keepan
killed In all American Nancy Sclbert at Lcwcllrn'sWATER
--- wars.. .- -' .. . band, a movie projector for Fcrnandlna (nary contest C' Urge. She Is a member of the These are the students, he said, I I Commander Walter Brobslon, the; accurate record of hours given
Bench Elementary School Friday night we lost the varsity Student National Kdiualinn Association who win be recognized! at the dinner Skipper, was not present because at the hospital. Refreshments of
mid I overhead projectors for I as well as the B-tcam basketball mid the Association for sponsored by the Lions Club. I of a previous engagement. Cokes and coffee were solved the
to Starke The Tornadoes Chlldiui! Educiitlon Carter urged the local club
CONDITIONINGBY county schools. game ,I toj I I The Sea Scouts will meet every 21 members present.
defeated the Pirates in the final I Miss Crisp Is the ddttghter of consider plans fur such a program 7.30 ., be.
at
It noted that the money Thursday night : p m
was
CULLIGAN which will he expended for the moments of the action-packed var. Mr and Mrs. Buell M. Crisp of hero ginning January 23 All buys be.twocn There are a lot of good ways to
slly game.The this city In conclusion he told of the Lion I
musical Instruments and projec. I I the ages of Hand 17 who become a failure but never taking
Completely Automatic Salt Free Delivery turn Is from funds biidiMcd fur the I Junior Class sponsored a I A graduate of Fernandina Beach Scholarship House in Tallahassee, are Interested arc cordially Invitedto a chance Is the most successful.
RENTAL EXCHANGE UNITS Trustees election In :November.: sock hop following the game We I High Sellout she nos a number of where deserving students may slay visit and look Into the activities .
seniors certainly do hope thnt they the National Honor Society,. Little on a cropcratlvc basis at muchless '
The election was paid for by the Nof||I this organization.
14 Day Free Trial lots I expense than in other places'afforded
County Commission because of the are making of money for the Women Annual Staff, Thespians, .
them. '-- '-' -
Carl and Bubba Quattlebaum Phone 261-3224 vote on Constitutional 1 Amendments. Junior-Senior the Ilunwciunlntf! Court and a The Interest of the local l club, 1"
See you next week I cheerleader I urscl\es for membership
JeNNie! Mixon (Phone 261-3057: which already has a scholarship I I'I I In prepare the congregation( and will bo. 4

Your Water Conditioning Service fund, was attested( by a number of the
Only I come confirmed members on
Trade HomeOPEN
Home Owned With Service Day or Night At County Commission Jr.-High Elementary questions aimed' at the speakcri. day that It Is formally constituted

Lt'.VCIIROO.M: MEM'SJan. I and organized( As members of the

(Continued from Page One) 20.24 Prince of f PeaceContinued congregation we pledge! to supportIts Plywood4x8 .
I efforts and do all within our ,,
The present load limit on the roads Monday: Spaghetti/ wground ability to advance its growth. We
Is 20,000 pounds per axle and It beef and tomato sauce, tossed salad I ( From Page One) will also support the greater work
suggested that this be reducedto rolls and butter, apple sauce,
was I I of the Church and the advancement Int.
18,000. ',-i pint milk.Tuesday The charter of the Prince of of the Kingdom of Christ I
: Hot dogs / buns baked Peace Lutheran Church reads:
The Commission expressed through the Benevolence programof
I I concern
I beans cole slaw cherry cobbler, "We the undersigned believing In I
7 'Til 11 1 Every Day I also ,be that Involved pulpwood and trucks that a might hard l-4 pint milk.Wednesday. I 1 I the Lord Jesus Christ as our Say. the Church at large i I

I : Roast pork w/ iour, and desiring to have I place THANKS
OF
ship for the operators might be CARD
i brown gravy steamed rice, slewed In our community where we and
11'IIINIT Involved. They were assured by I $275I
FAST SERVICE II tomatoes, concealed!: cranberrysalad our children may worship Him, We wish to take this opportunity
Tompkins that this was not the
on lettuce leaf rolls and hut. hereby petition the Florida Synod to express our appreciation to our
11 GOOD PRICES problem at this time. ter cocoanut cookie, '1 pint milk. of the Lutheran Church In America many friends for their sympathy,
1 kL A I A R K E T 1 The Commission heard reports Thursday: Corned beef and cabbage and the Board of American Mis- for food, flowers, kindnesses, and

CLEAN STORES I from several county department seasoned white beans spiced slons to permit us to organize ourselves I most of all. their prayers, through
'heads as well as Justices of the beets and, onion rings, cornbread into a congregation of the' out the sickness and loss of our

'peace and I and butter, chocolate pudding v/f Lutheran Church In America, ant'' husband and father, Frank Lee. Hardee Bros.
I were eTaxnAsseSanrxEdlorbla whipped (topping, "a pint milk, to support the congregation by such A special thanks goes to Dr. C. B.I'
SHOPJACKSON'S Ira Hall I, Friday: Salmon loaf, buttered means is the Church deems wise Brewton and Mrs Oxlcy and
Kendree and Clerk of the Circuit paisley potatoes tomato wedges, and advisable to foster Its growth staff May God bless each of you, I I
I Court D. O. Oxley. (Sec story on frozen green peas rolls and butter I If this request Is granted, we pledge (signed) Mrs. Frank Lee I. Atlantic Avenue
HLER 7'DOD ]LIL1C .ICZ OIA ALa excess feel.) cake w/ orange sauce, Mi pint milk. that we will faithfully and diligently and children. I
I The meeting adjourned at noon
for the Commission to Journey to '

Yulee for ground-breaking ceremonies .
.
.
'I 'N" N' _,
of a new county building N
Where Your Trade
which will house the Yulee voting!! Y'f
precinct and a clinic for the county f

Is Appreciated health department a ? -M1 s
Commissioner Herb S. Me Ken-' Q 'w u s iY i/ y

ACROSS THE STREET FROM WOODWARD MOTOR CO. drew of the Third District turned
the first shovel full of earth.

Among the many others attendingthe
groundbreaking with the Commissioners

PRICES GOOD THURSDAY-FRIDAY Pierce Stevens were of Architect Jacksonville John i9 1

I Richard Hance of Hance Construe
I'' lion Co., who was successful bidder
for the construction, Dr. B. F. s((

SATURDAY SUNDAY Wooly, county health doctor and
I members of his staff.Commissioner. ', w10.w
I\

I Poole

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FOREMOST mission holds one regular cifflclal
: board meeting each month although
many conference meetingsare I
Half i necessitated to accomplish the

business of the board. I II ,
Gallon I "The county has authority to Issue 1<
Ice Milk 39c bonds for roads and public
buildings and In charged with the ti'
CartonCOPELAND'S I rare of the Indigent. The commlston :>
regularly ouch year appoints

a county attorney, a county prose-
ruling attorney, road supl'rlntl'nd-I ,
ALL MEATWEINERS ant and a county .
"The records of the commissionand

-' its actions arc public and maybe i
: 1 Inspected by any citizen at the

office of the clerk of the board. ': Iw., a,
who Is also Clerk of the Circuit |
Pound 45cCOPELAND'S Court. This office Is currently held

by D. 0, Oxlcy," Poole stated
Pkg. At the conclusion of his tiilk. .
Poole Invited questions from Ki-
wanlans.
I Poole Is commissioner for District
One, which Includes the North
RANGER SLICEDBacon I portion of Amelia Island, and which
encompasses the City of Kernan-
dlna Beach. District Two, which I
1
includes the South portion of Amelia
Island, Is represented by Commissioner

P;Pkg.45c Five 11 I (Callahan; W.;1 N.area Galphin.)I Is I represented District I I THIS RUG WENT THROUGH THE TORTURE

: by Commissioner, Jim Thomas;

Commissioner the Yulee Herb Area Mc-Kemlroe- DistrictThree represents TEST. It Was Subjected To 40 Days NYLONC

and Commissioner John
;

FRESH BAKED I: Four.Hlgginbotham Milliard Area.represents District of Grease and Grime While i I Exposed To LI'! s

I Guests at the meeting included
I Louis "Buddy" Klnser. guest of Traffic A t The Downtown Gulf Station. ; To SU ,
Family Rudy York; and Miss Sue Sclph
Key Club Sweetheart who accom- TO ll D
It Has Since Been Cleaned.
panied Ned Tyson. The Key Clubbers
BREAD Size 10c I were Introduced by KlwanlanLew ; To tnY T,


__ Loaf I I Bill rtlen Webb newly elected president See The Results NOW
TO O1R
music
I presided, and piano 1SE
for club singing was provided by TO
Klwanlan Louis A. FerrelraDo AT k IST'I
TpE 'T

GOLDEN RIPEaananas I Porter & Love uist e Tr

YoU.KNOW ? HandmDaef feta

I III II THE FLORID TOURIST defrjan Etes"and or Pe.

Pound INCtlSTftY 13 WORTH
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rough but t t11.* Pirafpi should be Newa.Ll'lIdt'I', Fvrnundina Bench Florida Thunulay, January 1C 19C4 Page Seven
Scores 25 Pirates lose To --
I able to take care vf them Sapp

ft - Sports SlantsBY Through the IIr pe'lne., we un : Points As Pirates Starke In Thrilling (IKAC Wins Title In (}iicen nnd Vat Smith came through huff demand that we will hifte genii with 8 poiiili apiece\ Geislit' Hobinson play-olf willi the secondhalfCommercial .
i teams taking/! spring baseball train Commercial scored 7. H bert l.lmd seorpd : l/-ajue winner
ling at the local camp during Ihs I Defeat Macclenny Game, 62 56 LeagueAt *, Steve h|>i>iue 4. Jim Thornton! 3und Beslili. K\('. Pltlnburg Plate
CURT CORDON I{ Coming Spring: Training It'ulonl.AUlntl Ivcy CYump. 2,
additlorto Arllnqtnn! Sport Shop and the Al11IAC I.
wiN be welcome
a I BY CIRT CORDON BY nat CORDONThe Jacksonville In the second gamp of the week(
Congratulations are In order this I Mike Cook Benny Alvaret and I the Minnesota organltatlon line) the K\C leered a 71.67'IIIury Matlnrs will enter the City-
week for Richard Sapp Fernandlna I Steve Beckett took bad spills dur. H will' give: our total tuisetosll fani' : The Fcrnnnflina Bench Viral... fitsrke TnmailnrN ronllnuc la K'haM.. \er> AMT1MC of the Naval Air Lea gue for the ,second half of ploy "
Beach basketball player who :'Ing the ball game wllh Starke. a chance to sec the team pla\ led by Ronnie Sapp who scared I 11\\ dominate the Fernamliiw Bench Conch \Vyman Hitches' Klitlon, Roheit. Llovd scored 1H to
has been awarded a chance to attend -,I Cook! appeared to be hurt when he f during the regular baseball teases points, debated the Mactlvnn Pirates as they downed our team kl'lhllll'am\ hat captured HIP fit vi 1. lead KAC with I'liilip RublnsroisrnrlnR
the Air Force Academy. It Is I went up to clear the boards and as they will be the trlple-A lean Wildcat, 5H.3S, In I "Kcj'..ene ('lIn. 42.(W, in basketball anion last Kri., half title In the Jaekminvlllp. Commercl.il 17. flernlri ihinson:! 16 Worker* should check their no.,
understood that Richard received fell on his hcsd but came up going lof tile Minnesota organisation/ I ''ference'basketball- game Ttlcnrta dub nigh at I the local KJIIIHiinnie I.easne rare The lixnl Steve Speinc 10, Jim Thnrntnn Rand flat sonority nrroiiiitu at Icsnt one"
an appointment to "attend any of' : again 'tl"'rtr I II night\ at Mnci-li'iiny. R.ipp dropped a t"opnlriiir tram' lout only our IMIIIO! dining hey Crump" 2. Eddie McQueen terry three ycnm cspctlally how I \
the three major service' schools "ft I The Kentucky Wildcats will be Ii The game Opened at a ilnw\ par'' In otter two and one half I the flint half of plav who have' worked, for mare than*
but chose the Air Force over Army I I The Kraft Athletic Club won the i Gainesville on Saluiday, Fpbruarj II ai the WlUlcitt held I margin fli mlnnies of play In tln opening l.at t with the. K\C defended the ,failed to more but \pli>ed a whale one emplnjn, Pmtul: card rcnueot

and Navy It Is a wondcrlul I first$ half title In basketball play In 1, for a basketball game with tin only 8-7 at Tae end of the nrHt quarter to. live .nandina the( Piltxbmg Plate (Hut team 515.1wllh of a ilefen.sive' !game firm 7iM4 Is available al all Hoi'ltil

deal for Richard and we all hope ,' the Jacksonville Commercial League Florida Gatora If you want to wt I eight minutes of play. The Puree firm' score In (Ito hall KIIIIIO. HUM. Piiiltp Knliliiion lenilinx! the Coadi llnulies says the KVC will\ Rpcitrlly disirkt offleps!! .

him the best of success when he and Coach Wyman Hughes Ilhp. game we luggett you\ get tour started hitting In the tocimd Man,< ever. Ernest! Jenkins mured on a .._. -- ... ... ..-
finishes al Fernandlna High.r I says his team has been promotedto as soon as possible through and scored) 19 points while Mac'. chanty tons alJ"hn\ \ William
< ir i3r the City League for the second I your I Ivor He student at Kinrlda. I dhmny scored only 12 and .Forum' lidded m field goal to put Stark e
The Fernandlna Beach Pirates I half of play The KAC team has We think tickets will be scarce al dine held a .W-20'; lead at the 1II11f ahead 3-2 after three minutes nf

lost a good bnkl'lball111mI'/ loft,i lost only one game during the season game time way point In the contest, Rnuol play The game was tied at 1.7
week to the Slarke I Tornadoes and i so far '* Sapp led the way In the 'I'cond alter four minutes but Shod OWN!
we believe: the first quarter did the I I 6 ir Dick Pierce, one ef our favorite period with 8 points sprung a fast break on the Pirateat SO EASY TO I
trick. Starke took a real good lead The Fernandlna Beach Pirates sports writers from Charlotte will Mike Cook and Ronnie Sap that point and scored fh'e
In the opening period which proved'I will entertain the Bolles basketball I not be making the !trip to our fair shared the scoring duties In the straight field goals before Fernan-
to be the factor as the Pirates I team of Jacksonville here on Friday city this, year because others h.vebe third period with Sapp icorlni 7. china was able to score on a field' I
played on' even terms for the final i nluht at the local gym, Coach J a assigned to make the trip. It and Cook 6, to give the Pirates a goal by Ted Slescr.!: Mike Coo I ALL BRICK
two quarters 'I Bob Stover says 'the Cadets are won't seem the same without Dick 13.8 tcorlng lead In the third pei added two more field goals betel S 50
--.-- -- --- around as he has been I fixture lOll the end of the period but the Tornadoes i 53
since the Hornets made their first I 8opp and Joe Thrift led Femur- held a 21.13 lead at the ('nd NOTHING DOWN

appearance at the. local training dina to a 19.12 final period ai Sap of the first eight minutes PER MO.
Stop By and Let Us Install I grounds.(\ cored S points and Thrift yacht Joe Thrift started hitting for the ON YOUR LOT"SHEWOOD"

Your 1964 Florida License I A up 6. Plrnlea with a left hand Jump shu, :
I Ronnie Sapp came; through with I Bonnie Sapp cored 25: lo Irnd from around the cliclo and srrl'll!
Tag. another tine scoring effort! Tuesday' Fernandlna while Cook cored T. 9 points In Ih* sensual) qunrli'i,
NO CHARGE night making: 25 points as Fenian, Thrift 10 Ted Sieger 5, HKhsr Suwr',: came llimuuli with six aiv
dIal defeated Macclenny 58.88. Sapp 2, Benny Alvarct 2, and the Pirates cloned I the scoring goon |
AYE HAVE THE MOST POPULAR Friday night the pirates entertain Richard Schtimas 1. the Tot nlldM" al thr end of tin!
BRANDS OF OIL INCLUDING the Bolles Cidcti It the local gym. Terry Tharps led the Wildcat half but the vlnltors hold a 37-.1:
i wllh 14 points with Cary Tsylor''rnnrgln.
SINCLAIR. scoring 10 Play continued about lie( .al11l'

Holly Henderson! Mgr In the B game the fernancllni during the third quarter as tin
RUIIER I Tornadoes scored four field goal
team wen a close! decision over tin
young Wildcats 2734. Barry Rio and one free shnt during the (elgh
ESSO SERVICE Fernandlna scored twi I
STAMPSAny wii the leading tcoror for Fernan minutes
Boa with 11 points Beryl\ Rk'e< field goals and five free shots all
629 S. 8th Street scored S, Richard Fox 4, Hani t the third stanra ended with Sl.iiki
Size
Bailey I. JIm Corbrtt 2. mill holding a four point lead will
---'---" a score nf 4fl-42.
Any Shape Harrc'll was the leading score
e
Steve Beckott Ronnie Sapp anThrift
with ..
TICKETS OH ULI AT CIRCUS IITI Inquire At For Mnccli-nny scored quick baskets foi
JackMDvlllt C>lli. Mi, 1141Or 1. Mon et. BOX SCORE'
M .. sot.,. I.m P.lan.nn NewsleaderPhones FERSAp.DlX'G.; F PTSRle Fernandina cnrly In Hie fourth per
SlIllp 0 2 2 did and the Pirates pulled wllhlr

Cook 1 3 1: 2 points of the Tornadoes ate. .
"aA .a
2I0-3GM 261.3087 Ron Sapp 10 I 25Tbrtrt three minutes had elapsed In (thi tI.e "p'
8 0 1treger 10 final quarter Richard Sapp saul I
2 1 5 two free shod with I about. flvi
\IVllrl'l 1 0 1 minutes to go In the final period 10 MASTER BUILT IY
O. I tic the score at 50.50 before Gem "
!khomaa I
Pins tossed la a two pointer to t'' '
Beckett 0 a 0 LAZE AU 'n' '
toward 0 0 0 put Slarke ahead again. Becket MEYERS & ,
OUT oAID Voblea 0 0 0 came back to score tram the field f !
Ferreira .0 0 0 to knot the score at S2-32 amagnlu HOMES awCOA4PUTI
the Tornadoes went out In'
INSURANCE sidle< 211, it 14ACTUNNY :tIJ '
FG F PTSTharpe front when \Mlllums scored a fret .IADY TO LIVI IN

8 ,2: 1. I IlJ'aylor shot to make the score S3-52 with) IUILTTO 'HA S'ICIFlCATIONS__________________ .
a 0 JO four minutes remaining In thi "
4 % Bennett I 0 ZPorlenneld lame. WRITS or PHONE TODAY Darn More About M. NW HOME OWNERSHIP .. .
C 0 81 I Ronnie Sapp came back with I a I PLAN Clip and "Mhd, the, r.npan 10DA11 .

)option 1 0 2Morrl. basket to send Fernandina out In MEYERS G LAZEAU ..AMI..... ........ ... "" .................

r 1 0 :z I rant. 54-53 with three minute; HOMES INC. AOORISS ....... ................
For BetterRisks rotate 18 Z 38 I I left but Richard Hobbs scored! two lictO; : iji'I AID .

remanding T 19 13 JII 58 quick goals for Starke to put the. I P.O. lOX 4211$, JACKSONVILLI ............,.............. '" ..................

John T. .F.rf.ra. Ifacclepnyr 8 12 8 ,12 :J III visitors ahead 57-54 with a mlnuli CALL TOWN :.....................STATI .............
and. hail 'remaining In the con
| It r.. MT iviNiHa snows im. it, is, ii a n. 11 A.MATINIIl me pHONE ...,, .......
ONE
ill* row /. a..,. 14, 4 r M.I ton. II, lilt t M'IS :I (rSon. lest. PO 5.1604 'LEA" CHICK ( '
ass. lt-11 J... It, 1 PM.. I fun. own bt p ouran, wt mint to tan lot E
s-n scored two fee .9
Children ."d., 12, fc.ll ,ric.. All MltlMM" ....,t 1 f Mi, I.*. It. McKee To Head Ronnie Sapp U S SB04 A.FERNANDINA. _. .
'
50'g Atlantic shot with one minute to go In the
Ticket ReHervatlWMiy I. Made .hi Feraaodlni Beach game to pull the Pirates within)
At Waas Orug Stare ea Afantle Ave. Phone 261-5571' Water PatrOl As one point of Starke as the sent -'- -
ALL BESERVED SEATS stood 87-Sfi bur Williams scored I.

1964. PresidentThe i field goal and Hobbs added cm
free shot along with 2 free shag\
BEACH
by Bishop to give Slurke the 112-51:!
Nalsau County Sliorlff. victory ,
- Water PatN '''met In TfRiilar *nilon Both teams scored Well from thi

dot headaches? \ .t;-. J JOwn last Monday night at Porter'!. I charily JII" doing the game aiSlarke JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN
[ 'Hsh .Cams Hi Qld) Town .anl Leroy I scored on 12 nf I II while,
McKoe was elected president fm Fernandlna scored on 16 of 21. : lEACHES"
the new y ar. McKee dtllows Bob' I Ronnie flanp led the Kernnndine

Carterwho/ served as president foi point makers with 14. Joe Thrill Directory Furnl.hed Sly These Mer".t" and BUlln'M N.nGeorge's ,, -
P.S.No.l.8nRailMr: | 1963. Carter was presented a plaque I rented. 13 Ted BIcRcr 10/ Steve Hoc.kett :

: ;+r' Elvis you ill tbisixtranlM by the club.pherFf'It. ,8 Richard Sapp 6 Mike Cook ,
tilts futures ; / : .. J,, VounbiiH(( 'il .was ::5. Suhei ban.
elected vlce-prcsldrnt Waller Sur Dick Hobbs scored IB to loud I
tia 1' 5l Safe..Ud Advanced! Ine, secretary and Gene Lasscrrotreasurer Burke |hi scoring, with Wllllumi T I IDE.5 COI
Unit Contraction I scoring 15, Jankins II, Bishop 10 Machine Shop Propane Gas
J :: Dees-Dip rutlprwr. Chacles Little and Warren Rmltl Moody 6 and Pass scored 2. ALL
SERVING
!r Ing up to Mw rodffln vein tinted tTi as new tnernbrrs flf A real lowJMiirlng content wai 2 N. FRONT 8T. I. Ilmil ,, TOUR NEEU1 1M
Vl Uouble.9afely he dub, which now. has a mom featured In the preliminary game

\ a gas guzzler? Bowled over b, car cost T Brake VC rsmlc. icrshlp of all. I belwlt'n'IIII'( B teams of. the Iwo Machine Work Add II Mlaa.s Far can APPLIANCES
Armored 1sheye( The Patrol Is sponsorlnfl t the Fn with Smrke cdulng the PIrates ,
.
ichools
A is Get Intent rchff. with a Humbler' Welding Brazing I
thirsty car an ex-
/ Intwys ,
tem fllllpda,1Ie111J1Pn.lve 11O.!
lorer Scouts Ship No. I South 7th St.
> 26.23.Fernandlna 7
llarhar
lag
headache Hutanving. Blurt with the lowert- ... Fewsa
Ir Curved. s4!
brlKfoo the ages of 14 ant! failed to score i Marine Repairs fi41
aPamblerAmeeicanI. i priced US..bulltcat.'Enj1oyhigh win"* all models I'h""p 2111.
/fumed for award-win, ,"d.-ill ysluI'tnnny; RumWerex-- s 117. with meetings every Mondaj print In (lhc1flisl quarter V Roof Top Trstel LOW
the Boat Club at the Gill>l scoreilil mcn
at .
night Virtues
ning fuel economy. tra values at no extra coat Rack S of ( \ t I tame and only four Shrimp Trawlers
on wagons I if, Center Street .Ust MnndkvilKht all during/ the game. Beryl' HleeIl'd T H. K I N G
I there was a total of 1R boys, with II, Mike Conner scored 5., All Work Guaranteed Friday, Jal17

porting t 10 sponsors Clark Brook. I Barry Rice 4 and Hank B.iili-y 3. Open 8 a.m to I p.m. 9.6: a.m. 1:39: a.m. PHOTO SHOP
P S.11o.2.' / Rambler I ai and Emory Walker Reddish pored 11 points to lead
PrewonWormed the Monday Thru Saturday 9:6: !) p.m. 4:21. : p.m. n..n Proeeaalnr
Racket ky rust? means lop'' spotty' 41t t I nembershlp Col. Walter that classes\ In Radio. I larks I II ,sets'Ing. Phone Day 211.1711 .. DnelnI" II Pri"Unr

Get the long .1 America's lowwt prices* oglcal Monitoring will begin on I BOX SCORE flight r. 261.5331 Saturday, Jan. IR Kodak Flint

lasting beauty Hambler Americana lanuary 27 at the courthouse with I F rumllM It I IP 10:27: a.m. 4:22: a.m. Phnn Rulrolle10:43 /
thai you pay t oft'enyouthelowe.t- the next class to be held\ on Fobrv.iry I File Sapp 0 8 I : : p.m. 3:14: p.m. Movl.CflIartd: I: Rawlar
Rambler II priced models built 2 I a I S'E
t fr 3.The. Conk; B E W .ddln"
the only car Does/iiiirbuinrnttlt? intheUS.A.* latest t rescue by thr/ ,alrolWII Hon Sapp 4 6 14 a Banality\ J an. 1" Portrdtsi by Appointment Only"Porcelainize"

with Dl'ep.Dlp last week when Porter Burn Thrift 8 I 11:11 5JO am. 50. Alllh St.
Ramblers Advanced : a.m. : f'.flfM' At
ruslpiroa8ng of ird and Johnny Bodine pulled In teller 5 0 10Scckelt
Unit Con tucUen ]11:33] : 1:50: p.m.
p.m
body clear up .. Tommy tflzell and his wife from 3 2 I Phone 261-4586

to the roof has loosen no and body rattle boKa! toy l the Kings Bay area along with Alvarez 0 0 0 0 0 LASTS: OR .4 TIMES blondny Ja. 20
Junior Joies. ichomas 0 i.ONGER THAN Rowland'sORDINARY
Totals 20 16 56iUrke 12'00; m. 8'01: am.
'Companion awl Moon. ./nOs ara' wggeilcd rehash, prtcn far ,lou**.pruti moitti. It t tl.l WAX Jon 6:40: p.m UPHOLSTERY

t/QVORTOOMS' ,.., M Jenkins/Ullams 4 a 3 3 11 15 LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesday, 'Jan. ZI PO YOU ,NEED eat arratnTI
c'OY"lIIr"
Rambler 6 oral Nrw
Get instant relief-get 8 2 IB
Hobbs 3 0 0 CO 12:2I: a.m. 7:00: gm r ..W owsS.
r
Woody 11):: 7S8:
p.m. p.m.
1$1.8I II Bishop 3 4 10 8th St. I'h. 2fil 1.3819 Nrw ..:: rnvrsa1Vedneadny.

!>ass 1 0 2 I... 22 run Alma tern
Totals' 25 12 62
J ernandlna 11: 20 9 14 5(1ilarke ( 1 1:29: a.m. 8:0: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES
r 21 16 9 16 62 Going Fishing? 1:55: p.m. 8:34: p.m. W. PH Un and Deliver

1 Thursday, 'an. 23
& Lov.quist
Porter
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_u._. Page Eight News-Lender Fernandina Beach, Florida-Thursday, January 16, 1964 ,'
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BowlerettesStanding Classic All Flavors' Superbrand 7
CityBowling : sAVE
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LeagueBY BY AXGIE As Of DREW 1-H I I Bowling LeagueBY ICE q.JI' _

I High Tram l-Gamrs
HENRY FILM IIKNKY:: ELLIS
Land and Williams 2651lleddv : !
Week of Week ol 1-164 I
1.8.64Toll Kilowatt 24.-)3: CREAM
) Beach Bar 2J01! Total W-D BRAND SIROIN OR FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
Team StandingsV L I'ins High Team Single Train Standings W L Pin I t
Morris fc Payne Body Shop Lund and Williams W! No. 3 28 11 17885
No. 2 19 20 165991 REG. 59* I Steak 88
44103
.. 41 23 Reddy Kilowatt 853 IDh lB. ;
Beach Bar 36'a' 27'' 42122 Beach Bar 810 No. 4 17 22 170B8 'I HALF 49; i .
No. 4 35 PI!' 44431 High Ind. 3-Gumrt W/IIrp No. 1 14 25 16526
.juc. 29', 34'', 44741 licit)' McKendree 5T2! High Team, I-Gamn lie GAL. W-D BRAND BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP '
Hadden Lanes 27 37 44136' Rowland 5U6 No 1 1435 I
Carolyn
Becker's Drugs 23 41 41514: Stella Doland 531 I No. 3 1385 ROOoSTOatS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Hlgk Team, I-Games I' High lid Single Came I No. 2 1293 PRICES GOOD THRU Roast. Le 8 8 ,J 'o'
No. 4 21120 Carolyn Rowland 201 High Ind J.Gamei I WINN DIIII, moan, INC ".copyaNC-Ina, JANUARY 18TH /
Beach Bar 2828 Bitty McKendree Iu2 Billy Joyce 521
KAC. zw Dot Odom 1H1 Henry Ellis 497 ''Sunnyland Sweet Hickory W-D BRAND BONELESS RUMP OR ROUND
High. Ind. i-Ganiei i Roger Jlaclden 492
Johnnie Williamson 6541 I Team Standing W L Tulall I'ins High Tram Game a
Roger Hadden 624 Keddy Kilowatt 29 19 368031 No. 3 527 Smoked Roast 88WD
620 498 HAMS 1L
Stanley Bohannon Hndden Lanes 24 24 382115/ No. 4 -
High, Tram Gamer Beach Bar 24 24 388H4 No. 1 485
Jit)" 4 10291a..th Land and Williams 19 29 .38360 I High Ind. Came I BRAND T-BONE "
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Bar 1002 j High Scratch Bowlers Billy Joyce 215
13c.::: 9891 i iVT Carolyn Rowland 6171 Buddy Diiland 205 j BUTT :
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...L High Ind. Game Betty McKendree 4J9 Roger Iladclen 191 ihank Steak LB, 98
--Henry Ellis 261 Ruth Williamson 429' High Scratch Bowlers ,
: Johnnie Williamson 413 Billy Joyce 215-521 I ; .
::: Dot Odom
--6U lcy Bohannon 2281:: Grace Joyce 3U! I Henry Ellin Iladden 191-492 184-497 HALF !; Half 43% W-D LEANER, FRESHER, 100% PURE
,r =: High Average Bowler I Team Sponsors Roger ,

::Stanley. Hadden Bohannon 1 187 T8ttoggr Hadden Beach Bar Lanes' I Cecil Hodgo high Ilaclilon Average Bowlers 185 184 L8.49ll J Le Gr. Beef 51 ;

fefcMle. Williamson IHa"CWH Land and Williams Roger r ::
Hodge 1'83oHJl Reddy Kilowatt STANDINGS: OF 1.8 I. f :

=- Beckett Skidmore 1"5HKHber i I Teams High triple i :to-=: ..JJ--: =--=-"____ __ _...:'::- : ..... :.. '!. .oj
1731
nni High Scratch Howlers, Clowns To Star As No. 2 1 1537 i

--Johnnie! Williamson 2J -b01| Individual I .'. hIII'Jh'! I :XQ
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high aVrrine ..... .....
Stanley Roger/ Haddcn Buliannon 212-5'i7 21'1-o'U: I Jax Hosts Greatest Roger Iladden I' 'lft, 50 Extra VM Green Stamps

John Beckett 193-5581: : | High triple i iIf' r W. SNIN WITH THIS COUPON) AND PURCHASE OFJU1K

Henry Ellis 2.15.IOTommy : Show On EarthA Cecil HoclKO HJdilen,! 6W 663: "' r ONI a.L.. ,... ,......IDI

Tllman 181I-524! Larry Roger Flint 624 I w Breaded Shrimp
STANDINGS OF 1.8 circus without clowns would ben (yAOaAT18 1 4
High single rl+ 6oooTNAUJANUAartlrNM
TemaScratch like a football, game without the I Klebrr Skidmore 233 I AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
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single LK,+ hr
football. You would have some Buddy Doland 232 i OTrt 61CARNATIONMOR dtrty
Beach Bar 914 classy performers, but a necessary Billy Joyce 221
F1DCP Single Ingredient would be missing.! of i
1 We need<< sponsors (for some
Ni 4 103BlaMvlduals The Ringllng Bran, and Barnum the teams ,) ', -__- ,
& Bailey Circus which comes to I 4L.:... )'! ) d"
PEITLK "
Stanley-: High Bohannon average scratch 188 the uary Jacksonville 23, Is aware Coliseum of the popularity on Jan-I that will feature eight performances : E BUTTER 50 Extra:.v/:Green Stamps]" '
High Scratch tingle In five days at the Coliseum. I WITH THIS COUPON' AND PURCHASE OF
of the beloved funny men and as a '
wire
performers
Wild animals high
Cfecll Hodge 244 result, had the greatest collection 1 eN01 {uAUno Ga"nN
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Johnnie Williamson 238 jupglers, and the one! hundred-' Idahoan Potatoes i i
faced buffoons found
of whit any-
Into the two
that
228 plus elements go '
Skidmore TALL
Kleber
HDCP tingle where. and a half hours of family enter1talnmcnt 8 $1 0000 TNAu JANuAaY tatty"
High
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Carl Green 763Henry Comedy Is a serious business will thrill and enchant j I CANS AT ANY WINN DIXIE
281 with the clowns. Their gags and the crowds. | 42

Buddy Ellis Grldcr 254 funriV business doesn't lust happen.It Evening performances are scheduled (Limit 8 with $5. order or more) h49"
Scratch triple Is created. They sometimes for January 23 24, 25 and 27 ;,
spend months working on a com THRIFTY MAIDEvap. 1-
with tickets JfX
K.AC. 2593 I at 8:00: p.m Matlneei. ox
plicated situation that mny take for children, will be held 1::"'> ".'
HDCP triple half price Milk 1 10cSS $1 mirrExtrs
seconds to :0'CGreea Stamps'
Becker's Drugs 2)96!) only minutes or present I I. Friday, Jan 24 at 4.00 p.m.. Saturday .
High average IIDCP I before an audience January 25 at 2.30 p.m. and i I WITH THIS COUPON."! AND PURCHASE OF

Roger Hadden-. 196 I Outstanding among Rlngllnft I I Sunday January 26 at 5.00 p.m. I II (Limit 10 with $5. order or more) Limit one with $5.00 order or more. Pvt' 1.01. Casa Muou1S'''aAO' ''
High Scratch. triple Clowns Is Paul 1 Jung, known In thebusiness I I I The 1:00: p.m. matinee on ,Sunday I II
Orange
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Delight
Stanley Bohannon 6W as a "Producing clown. [ will be full price. I
Roger Hadden 640, During the off-season of the Ring:i I I Tickets fur Ringing Bros and GOOD TNgU j.NUAU IIfNq
John Beckett 616 ling<< Bros and Barnum Ballry Barnum fc Bailey Circus are available I AT ANY WINN-DIXI[
High HDCP' triple Circus JUng spends his time In at the Jacksonville Coliseum I SAVE 8* EACH SAGE FREESTONE LIMIT 2 CANS, PLEASE dx
v1 James Lynn 689 Tampa, creating many of the Intrlcate -I and Auditorium and the downtown
Howard Wilson 611 gags and props that later ticket of I Ice In Hemming Park W
Gilbert Hadden B7D appear so ridiculous during circus Prices.: $350, $2.50 and $1.50. Peaches No-2'/a'CAN 19 4 "
performances. .;:.. .".
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The dozens of clowns are only a I 50 Extra Trade At Home
A Classified Ad of the Greatest Show On Earth
Try part SAVE 12* EACH LIBBY'S TOMATO Limit. 2 with $5., food order WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE 01'

Two tan' Oo\e aN, 6
Onion Rings
JuiceSAVE
19
46-oz. CAN '
GOOD TNRU j.NU.OY
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AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
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8* EACH HEKetchup, Limit 2 with $5. food order .::'-_


,1 V\. 1..damE 191. "

50 Extra.
:) WITH THIS COUPJr! AND PURCHASE Of'
,-- SAVE 6( EACH.' SOFT WEVE'Limit 2Twln, Pocks "1 L .
no. 40 oa. Jo. DsaUIOVTN
.. LaIN' Peanut Butter

,. Tissue 2 ROLL PKG. 19* """"" GOOD TMRU j..UARY IIYN .

AT ANY WINN-DIXII
63 .AI.
.. SAVE 1 10* DEEP SOUTH SALAD ::.-.;

K .A+N. .Aw

.. Dressing QUART 29* if. "":"SOExtrsd.al."GreeRStsmps'w': ;

WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
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SAVE 10* EACH JIM DANDY .010' 18.01 ens. Dnscow' GOOD

: Big 60 Family Cremes

.1. .fir Grits. 5 la, PKG. 25 "' 66 AT GOOD ANY TMRU WINN J'NU.RY' -DIXIE.TN' dx


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FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM J WINESAP COOKING OR EATING
i WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFOutlier
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eat OIIL
TTouper
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:: ( ( 0 r n EAR 5; |i Apples549'tlMfaMilMBNttW ; ; .. Blue Blades

.: Give Me. .. i 67 AT.OOD ANY r.u j..U.RY-11THWINN DIXIEirEo.oowwww JfX

r' iG When telephones looked thin back In 'I ;. .::.'"
P f'1 way \ _-=-7: ----r- t J
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Y i IIl'ol,11| ] around, predicting that this new"plvmo" ....... '1 ":r' < .'
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never on. ... --
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'I .. '} ) graving providing! broader services. I j's y X "' :: J rt .t/ (l'i
: L t Tcxijy, hero in Honda, Southern Bvlt has r
1"t more tliun 1.bT>Onoo telephone in opera / *y YOUR 1 CHOICE 1 { r' r r .Ir YOUR 1 CHOICE I r l Wlt.l lII"5'P

: ? ti dun. And utill (ho |plmning and working II : "'
t (1 1 goes on. In 11)84! more than $79 million : : BLUE OR WHITE ARROW I.I VACUUM PACKED
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: as I phonefu'ilitilwundimproveeaiutingones.' Detergent Astor Coffee
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: t' !i I 1i reuth 41'1 $762 totiil million investment' in Florida will c I.: i GIANT BOX Jffi l |I 17'1!x t '-"- CAN 49:11:::

t e 4+ 4 Tin'x are tome tit the glens for 1964. Like \:' SAVE 11< 48 l; f \\:, \ SAVE 14'

: 1 t loridj )itsiir. Southern Hell\ Is pledged to \ .1 iiYI\ : J4
: Pro6nwAnd wo'\o' tomo: a long way ; ;

/ : y r linen 18H.a !. DETERGENT Save 21g It'1 n'os ,,. MAXWELL HOUSE Save .12in. (/


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-- NICE, CLEAV:!, furnished apartment UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY High BM3 Hatch Vtllelraat'ttm' France. Doc. 20

WANT AD RATES Adults only, 1306 Atlantic commission earnings with a |;rimIng '. Dr. B. F. Woolsey I Mabuary spending llu Christmas find. New

.: Ave Phone 261.4835. tIc 60 year old company selling On USS Springfield War holulajt there '

.: M per word .15 minimum I world famous Goodyear mainlenancc During her Sixlh Fleet assign.I .
Card of Thanks Resolution PRIVATE ROOM half block prmliicls. Rod Tormo In I Issues Warning Now In France I mint, SI.rlIlJllicld111I vIsJC(:parlous

and Similar Notice Post Office. Private entrance. his first full <,car earned over i I MKlllorrniieini countries

: 'S per ward! '1.00 minimum .-Phone. 261-5186 .or 261-4341, tIc 20000. Don Kirby opened over The Little Bird Sez: On Rabid Coons I II M.ibu.irv' third ,G.dm tltlclt, :l'sson boiilswnln'smnli of Mr I She noiniully operates put of
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Cal 261-3686 or 261.3687 FIVE ROOM furnished 150 repeat customers on cine exclusive I und Mis, O.nlcl L Rrahum of :MWSiiiilli i Vlllelriiiuhe' !
apartmentfor Consolidated product his I .__.
: or place ad at office rent 432 North 3rd. Phone second Managerial a HUNGRY M VYS: H.K.AMSKKK: : ; The r.icriHin wan: u.iiulrrniK I I onI I I Flruliir Me., Keriimidnu M"A
year. opportunity ;:: : livestock expert predicts*
,IBt-ach. Ha Is ulmmd the
: 511 Ash Street 2G1-4945. I lie roatMdc' near tic lilnhunv 17 se-rvlnil '
: -------1 J16p for men experienced In a Trying to find the Pork in Pork and : wi'lKhlnK HUH lint In a il.i/cd; ('i;>iullIliin ,i i jltuMnl, mlKKlle- rruUor ISS Springfield | that butch, of the future
paints and roof coal Ings, Many will onlv boneleiM "meat.
BE\CH RENTALS I Means li im.tlr.ml of n lilt'It IVCTIIII.V! rcHiimcd dii. stoifcj
or the ( In fhkl.t'nlnd appininllv ran,
: exclusive and noncompetltlve! repeat l'kfR Tliut iiaiiiKlH like 'render to
a sin
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FOR SALE WINTER RATES. For InformationCall people' nnil (lds( when" hiM |ti't'ill. I Ill's as Iliigshlp for I tIc- Sixth Heel
Items. barrier, Div. .
Age no SmKl'', "" the hallll'"l'jtl'r">
.. W. I. Mt'Cranlc, 1.4642.( erslfled winter and summer line. 'Po tI Inr urllims wcurcimilcd' lu the1Si ,1:Iin lice PoII'IIIt<'rrltlwln.I -

SINGER CONSOLE We take care of all financing t ni c HiKhuuy riiirolTrK I I Silln| llild rollrvwl the IIlIldl'llI

ZIGS.ZAGS. all attainments )per. MCE 7-ROOM house South 7th shipping and collections Fringe >|> 'r l I., A I'liolpi killist! thenninial -I[ mlsmlf cruiser tSS 1.illltKuck

feet sewing condition( Balance $tO .St. Phone 281-5840 J16c: benefits Include free life tnsur. and im liislriiilinn nf tlioI'ounlv .1 I IVc li: al Ituta SI'IIII1.I .
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or responsible party) assume $8 FOUR ROOM: FURNISHED: apartment -. ance salei bonuses Write Con. llrullh Dcpailniftil I mil). I After lIne il.tyo nin-rulionH with

': monthly payments Call 2M-4157; I Newly refinished, Space solldated( Paint and Varnish Corp., nnltc'il It to Ihr M.itr Hoiud ol I N"rth \tUnlir Tic.ilv (irKanlrnllciu

JIBe East Ohio Bldg., Cleveland Ohio( Health for pxamiimtlon, fur rnlilcs i i\\lti) I fun'PS in tile Wc-Htcrn Me-d- !
.. for one car. Phone 2613308. 17
Tlie raoriMiii was rabid iimntliiiu llpir.nifun, SpihiKlic'ld' headed, fur
HOUSE FOR SALE S. 3rd. ..J1cTWO :
or rent 60S
(to Iho liibcir.iUny, tc'sls Tlio mam.
South Gill. Phone 261-5952 after --- .
SITUATION' In.illuiiH of Ilio uiiiiiml's bi.nn" !Is. I
BEDROOM: furnished
5:30. apart.
:: : J23c lie bll II'I'lu )hi'
All sue rc'vi'iili-d ( donilly have to given.
ment electric Sadler Rd. WANTEDWILL
:,: QUAIL DRE'SS iJiiii: each Phone 261-589S. tee SI tutu' ojitiw/ rubles I Dr U PWiKilsiy An 1111<'('11'11 iinimal has lost his ,

Orders of 10. 83c each Phone .- ------ I county hciillli lllcr.. iiiiluriil friir (oC dogs and humans,

261-4983 or 261-52J4 tfc TRAILER SPACE, near O'Neal.: KEEP children In my home I Ht.ilccl that riiuluiR tIlls rub'il' limn mid Dr Wuoliey and thus In pur.lluilaily WEAR

Large lot, plenty room for chil for working mothers. 2 )'rl. up I I itilic itt's that rubles I U Mill wide, dllnlll'roll. Hi! fmtlirr

: RABBITS::" all agu. Phone 261- dren. Phone 01-1123.. tie 130 N. 6th St. J2Ju' 5101\t'usii oinonx the rut'('lit Its III( the cautioned all 1'11I'1'1111tll' ( warn children L'FTER A

.. 3172. JIBe --- mT'iiArS: I comity lie sulil thill fur i'\ny umrnlilil not to XD nt'iir unv all I 111111
WORK:.
'I -- Fl'RMSHKD efficiency apartment ironing or nicc'ifii\'$ found ind klllcil lit that acts slranuc'ly/ or appeals\ toIM ..

:: FOR SALE. HOUSE: on South, 6th on beach. Phone 201-41141 cleaning Lucy Mae DCI8lIl'y.1 I loasl n: .2" ,1d.liters, roam I llic' woods( nick Slid) animals should he WINNER' AM numc
... St. Will lake lot. or what have Phone 261-4733 J 11111. bite1 lAiTY POSItS CONTUT"
after 5 tic It/,idles cnu be kpienil by the rcpoitcd< \ lit unit'

you on down payment Ph. 21i1.(> : :____ RELIABLE COLOn ED yomnnwants ; I u rabid imimiil or bv toiiimt III -----

; 3377. JiBcWEDDING TWO BEDROOM FLRNISHEDApartment. : Job, Will keep children, do ( iinlinal'i siilha wllll a bienk .... ,
w -- ---- I Private entrance. 421 domestic voik. Phono 2C142J6JlOp. I 1"1 the skin, The tllHonsc m.tv bc

: : CANCELLED N. 3rd St. Phone 2613452. J30c -- -- '- mid l'III't'Io'd by most
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3 leitum rooms" <.f furniture( brmd
new;:, NE\FR USED Coil $W. \VIIIsacrifice : VACATION: APTS. -- I I PUBLIC NOTICE warm hl 1118. Nn iiKuicy down' $2 diiitN! ixisseiinn scpilrreU,
vk I n.torjgeu I NATONAL furniture OCEVSrRO.NT: APTS. completely PUBLIC NOTICENOTIE Min n K TI) rni. :I' III" I Blood Bank At
b |IIr.) WooUi-y
ufid liiim.m IM-IIIIW
TIIF KltRr Ill Till COl '
Warehou J623 Bern l licK FL fl2o 61, NTVJt
furnished, Day. week or month. : TO rKMIITOUSIIIIHIIM
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Open ddllv 09 Bit DO Pun U6 ) e'rtnt I CIIOI.1.011.: said Hint nu rones of human rabies
111 S. Fletcher Ave. 261.58i8. tic -'Clln'TY SIlO, IS l'IIClIIAT.:
::: Jacksonville, Fla. I IN", Tile ( mElt? OK SItE I "lnrlllI'1C"nly
III ret, F'sltle: 0' "Il.r t', 0I'Cotl, Humphreys Now hail' be-on reported l III<
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Aoywheei UCACII APARTMENT: furnished A, IN PROIIATb, IT. AIIpgr.; .:" sod Prrumi Ilitlni Ileiillh Ix-pnrlmnils In the

_J16o I or unfurnished Year round rent. In rem EsUlp or riilini or Dcmandi A'not' l Said frslain pa't I ti: years -

: NEW TWO STORY I10.ME, 3 i Howard Hammond ph. 261.3733. OTIS All LtKOHIIIDU'K.Crrdllori and P rome., nrccanrilTo Hiving I ,You and rich' nf I Fully Accredited Dr. WiHilM' ">y nnaln uriii'd nil tin!!
you are hereby nn.
tic Claims or llemindi *|iln>l laid EfUlei 01\ nero wbu have not hud their dogs
tlfled and
bedrooms one and a half baths required to present any
I claims, and demands which Innocululrd aiialnsl rallies lu Ito.not'diule'ly .
m You end each of you or Accreditation (if tie
central ire hereby Iliimphroys
heat. Brick you
2.ear. garage. FURNISHED: HOUSE for rent. either ol you mny have again*! theeulate :
notified and I do There Is no elite '
: and California recKiaod. 307 North required to present any of Waller, r. MiCall. decejtod. Memorial Ilospllal HI nod Bank by so. COLORS
S. Slit St Call 261.4663. tfcFOUR claims and hied
I I 126 demand u vnu. orestate lute of Nns.au. Countv. Florida to for rubles mice tho full symptoms
: the Ihe AmerUan Associmlon of Blood
as 15th. Phone 261.3309.( tie tther' ad you. may hay. I the I' .
Honorable J
I"e E. Went(her ford: County' I Idc-vclopv. The law ntulos that In
lot ol Otis I Hnddock.
Leroy -
Banks
-- ROOM unfurnlbhed 2 car Jackie nf NJSHIIU: County, and file the was announcrd this week' by
THREE BEDROOM, masonry home. I I garage apartment at beach. $55 ed Judge late of of Nueaaqd"VIcunty.laid Cbunly. to the r County I i lame 1 In hli offu: In the County Courthouse the Assorlallon and the blood I IUHV uf allY animal blip suc-li ai

Living alr-cwdUloncr'. Car. Mirt 1a'.fJCoulfty I In the City of Fernandma Beach dig, or cat, Ihe animal must toeimltutuilided
room year round. Call 261.4602. tIc Hi office In the \ houM Naiaau Coumy, Florida, within sixcalendar bank' medical director. ...,..
.. POrt. utility room. Landscaped at rernaUdlni Beach, i months: from the date of I the tor a period uf two "
"You are hereby recognized FROM DU
as PONT
within six calendar manthi
: 905 Amelia Dr., 1750 down, $58 APARTMENT FURNISHED, 2 / first publication of Ihls notice: Each wrtks Ihe lime nccessuiy for sym
time of the first I nubllratlon .
I Florlda'j claim or demand," shall be In ,,'rllln,. maintaining or rxeecdlnit the standards I .....
month. Phone- .9JW107. J23c bedrooms private entrance, notice demand; Two shall cnplel'be i In of wrlllnj each I : : and shall atate the place of residence (lC bloml bank prrfnrmnmf as ptoms to 1Il'l>I'ar. If the animal can So Lovely to Live With
Phone 2614227. tfc : and pout slid readdreao. f the claimant be proved not to be rabid the pie.
M:: fc-araze. I state the place of realclence establlKhed by Hit Amerkun A soclatlun .
FLEX A L CUSTOM MADE office add,... al the claimant and I and shall be sworn lo by the venlatlve rabies shots may not So Much in Good TasteDon't
: Venetian blinds measured and SIX ROOM downstairs, beach I ihall be morn ta by the claimant, his claimant luch Mi claim aMen I. or attorney anarrv of Blood Bunks stated DrHnsHpr .

installed. Wide Janice of colors. duplex. Unfurnished. Ph. 261. agent, orottornel'I,,: accompnnled filed skull be void.or demand not so L. Mulnwarlns. president I fall to see the exciting array of new paint '!

: PORTER A: 10\E
: Center. Phone 2 l.301i8. tfc FURNISHED APT. V4 block I void. Marv Ann Haddock Walter,s, WALTER!., McCiill.r MI-CALL Jr JR. I, ringed maklntf certificate the preseiifallon Is >onr"The formal en. I: bc-lnil enipliAeil In his Insltliitlim\ Just arrived from DuPont. These new

: REMNANTVINYL ACCOLONIn of Post Office. Private entrance, Otis A. artmlnlitrator Leroy Harldo.k.of the donoosedPirst Entjte of /1SAHELL/ Mi'CALL STUIII lEO offlelnl rc-coid uf this action We meet the I psluhllthi "Iondardl'and ', paint colors selected by I leading color con''r'c'- '
lionell McC. 1I SlurnciAi consultation service, .
stock. 9 ft. width. $t65 iq. electric kitchen. 314 Alachua I pubtientlon Juruary y, 11154rho. executor and kxeeutrlxresncctnely hope' you' will dixpluv( tills award 10 provide increasedebolt'Iy sultant will be teen throughout the New YorkWorld'
.. of
yd. Potter & Lovvquist Color: Phone 261.5186 or 2614341. tfc :So Shave Jr.. Attorn.vtt of the t-sl,ite of. In a prominent plaie l>I'eauMel'1! thus usMirlns patients .....
10. 14,23,30
_._ I Wailer r'. Mc-Call rlircdbcd's ot human blow( transfus. Fair Modern HOUSE OF GOOD TASTE.
....
: Center. Ph. 2fil-3008./ tIc I HbHBrRT Win I' IS1ILLKllerbeit : sluiro jour pride In Its slunifl., .
NICE THREE BEDROOM unfutntshed -I PUBLIC NOTICE Win' I Ishlir ,. : nine," lie conUiuied Ions Be among the first to enjoy) I
'?
: REDECORATED bedroom home;, home at Five Points. M>, Atlantic Avenue Commenllnit tbal: (llumphrryi'
NOTICE FOR BIDI I dma lleacli llnrlda CnnKratulallnM Ih,' lumiillal's gtiv.t'rtilr.g these style-setters In and 1f i
ernun
UliNicI Hunk U
oak floors. $850 wlih $260 down. Call 201-i4iil. tfc ihnt the Memorial llonpllal t
hereby liven
I ,
Jidcr; Attorney for laid evluleAt boind and staff Dr. Milnwai .
home. Set
on own then
: $57 per month. Truiteei of Humphreys' Memorial I 12-28. 139, 10 (tIltttf mnif than :Sill(){) bliHid bunkiHhlih your I .
ONE BEDROOM furnished apartment I Hnipltal! ( will receive hiria, uir- 'Inn pointed out Unit "this recount '
I have been l'c'I'III1I'd t throuxliIII at
frft 1--- touritoritoday.MXUaGOOD/ *>IE
A M 1IM4 for
lit 10 00 Februnrv' 10. 1I ;
North Fletcher. Year round ion llu1 American Also-
: STILL NEW masonry, three bed. ) I the furnlihlnt, I of PSI'ENSKB IHUK I PUBLIC NOTICE bv : 1 in hiouram. I lIe. Mulimuihm em- u- -- juiimmustWjNASSAU /
Pin 2613595. tIc elation of Blood Hanks Is
rent. MILK to laid inilitutiononaycoriybasis. assurance
home near high school. I I ph.ml/cd Hint "the 1101 kIllliu re.
room Detalli and ipeclflcntlona( may NOTII f TO I ntIUTOHSrlOKIIM I of continued Interest In I :
$350 down $53511 per month. BEACH APARTMENTS I be obtained from the olllie of the eroit TON your rstabllblihu l'I'IVl'1a IniimfiiHlim uf lilond pro.
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year IN ISlE: lllinr lit 'IIIH. tOfSTV: the rnc-d-
lilnliosl
Administrator Klthln the time allotted, ciiiullty
: '* vldccl by blond bank aeindlledbv
: furnished Jllll.K,
round. $35-$55 month The N/tNHtt till Nit rUKIIM "
Hoard reiervei the right to re I teal to the
THREE BEDROtJifr masonry, two electricity included. Ph. ject any and all' 'bidsDATED 'IN I'HOIIATK. care pullenls you serve I Ihe American AtHiiilutlon! of.UliHid
I In rn, slate nfMAUALINk Accreditullon v as precedi-d by a
THIS 2ND DAY OF JANUARY .
baths family room. luOO square I IPoint. I 261-5446. tic 1M! E )S"* C.MIKFNllecrssrd:", I and Banks can hnvu full cunfldeni'C
comprehensive questionnaire BUILDING & SUPPLY CO.
feet. Beautiful lot at Five for C W. BrandiesC tint: the hunk hat voliinlarily
.. with DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT W, Br edira. chairman To All Crrdllciri and Fresco llsvlim physical Inspection uf the blood met high utandaids uf inocedurpiand
$13,50ql''P'etel'an I Hoard of TruiteeiHumphreys Cliilmi, or Urmandi Aialiut Said ...., of the Asioclallon's'
: )junk by one 1129 South Sth Street Phone 261-3648
: low down paymtnt unfurnished. Coiner 4th and Memorial Hoipllal( ', talelVou > I Is cuntinimlly) KlrlTlnil to uffer(

John > I'I'It notified and required I lo present si.y1clalma The purpose of the voluntary Inspection .
T. Ferreira & Son ; : : -' -- .
School St. Joseph' Academy and demanda which you, or
and accreditation ,
108 Atlin-if: AT*. I'honr 261.5571 Thone 201-4200 or 2C1-3800.! tfc PUBLIC I NOTICECircuit editor. of you. may have al,ilnal the f program
-- I Court. Duval County, Florida estate of Mjddllne Edna vrkcn, dai sponsored by the American Assu-

0. TRY DIADEX TABLETS (formerly unfur- Jacksonville. T radar Company, Inc., .d.id, late of nld County, to tlieCountv elation of Blood Banks, Is to ele. '
I ONE FURNISHED one Judge of Nassau County Plcw-
a tlorlda corporation
... Dex.A.DieUI' name rushed apartment oceansiue. V s: I Ida, at his office In the court h' e, yale t the slardards of practice 'I'I'I

same formula. Only .98c. LOCK. Tear round, 120 S. Fletcher. 'I J. U. Davis of said Counlv at fernandlna I Be!. ',>v\lhln\: the transfusion' I service; to lii.Ill.l/
Florida. within sin calendar mOl:
Cast Vo Ivai L niv E si" IONT /
: WOOD'S DRUG STORE. J23p Phone 261.8138. Jc NOTICE OK SHFHIrtS SALE from the time of lIce Ural publlcul Flildeiut' the blood bank director In
Notice li hereby liven that I, Herbert I of thIs notice Each claim ur demand -
: THREE BEDROOMS:o. 2 baths I J Youngblood !I'erl.f NJ.. lull be In writing and ihtill stale, .
UPPER IECK APIS. Completely lau I Inrlda, bv virtue ol a Ihe place of reildence and pool onto PUBLIC NOTICE
breakfast nook dining room. I furnished Including TV I Writ C.'t"ee: : Issued out of the I add cess of the clulmanl and shill POlITICS FOR BIDH
large family room, cedar lined Ircult Court of Duvul County I lor- be sworn to by the claimant his NOTICE I" hrnhv liven that the
Phone 261.3118. tie ida, the 6th. of aKunt, o altornev 7, and any amhcljim
: storage room, larice double Kar on dip Decemner Hniird of Trutteei of S Hulnphrevi Mofhurlul -
or demand not so filed ihalMJI .
110.1 In that certain wherein
cause
ll'i.pinl will receive' loins' altA
.. age, covered patio. Lot 136 X 194. TWO ROOM furnished apart Jackionvllle Trart'ir Compunv. Inr void .*.'" 10 oil AM February 'dii. HIM for
1803 Beech St. Phone 261.4167. ment. a Florida enrpnratlon. was plaintiff VenlU I Newsome. As Admiei4g.; I lie furnlKhlnii nf I.P I l.AS' Hi tIe hiwpllal : 'TIll
and J, V. Duvla was defendant have trio cum tentamtnto n e of Blue throuah 12 31 64 Average ye".r.
... tfc '* '* tl In my p0 mess vii the following de- I lust Will and Te.tament ofMddjlme t Iy tonnumi'ilnn I la apiirnxlmaluly, : 3.:Mmillom
--- THREE ROOM furnished scribed property In wit: Edna i.erkcn; deceased ., Delivery will be nfien enough
earageupaitment. First' pubhcjtliin' Jjnuary.. 2, IUMThoi \ I
: NICE, LARGE LOTS for sale. One SirIuS Mixer Model 10MX Serial I tic I Iniure en arirqunte' supply on riiiiid
J, Shave, Jr.
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Attorney
No. shIn with crushpr millModel ; U furnl.h
t'l
mile The auccesuful blddc-r I
Good One ... .
.. term quarter CR35 Serial No 575J Filter 41.. f a in 9* .
tf '* '* and Inmall lank. blot gohls5I: and all
., South of Five Points, on Amelia and aireen. Motel U herUI No service! necensary t" keep mid In. 'I
:NICE-'; TWO bedroom house, un 62321 One Forrt Tradur Model S41O f
2 Rd. Cull 201-5421 tfcFURNITURE PUBLIC NOTICETO itiiuilon In fursIctasss' :' con ,
-- furnished. Serial No. 127293! ditlim, All bliJn mu.t be tOoled, cleanV
-- One Corn Picker Sheller Model TIlE 611"IF"IIIII.R AVI' mocked and filed with the Admin.xriiliir : .
2 APPLIANCE 801.13 Serial' No 1910ai HORROHINit I MhMIIHIM: n. t FoR. ; wllhln the time allowed The

.., Repossessed U. r. &tnuwiPRONE property of the laid J, V. Davll.defendant NI'lUIl1VII.'HAL' MVINI.I AND :, It'.,.andresetve a the right to reject anyATFn Get Ready
.. 5 Complete Z61-32Z1 that on I lie 3rd day ofFebruary LOAN AKHOCIATIUNNHlce and all bids NOWWITH
1064. A D. between the Is hereby liven that the annual > Till! 2ND DAY OF JAN.
;: Rooms hours of aale namely" between eleven I.I meeting of I lIce ihareholden I and VARY. IWM\
.. Pick Up Payments FURMSHED GARAGE APART. I clock forenoon and two ocloLk In borronlnn members of The P oman' for C. W BrandiesC I
... 51 afternoon on 1 thi said day at the dlna Federal Savings and Loan A"sr>.
Due to navy transfer I cart no longer MENT on North lint Street. Ph. : W Brnndlei. ChalrmuitHoard
.. tor urniluit. would like Ocr I North door ni the County Court HomeIn clnllon will' he held at 202> Atluntle of 'I'roeioeeIitaint.hceys
p v my I 2614503. I Avenue. F dma, Bench. Florida. 50m'N18in'ote
i: kiimeune with a K'xxl job In take up Fernandlira Beach "Naiiau' County Oman Memurlul Ilimpllalt : I THERMOLAIREGAS
pavmenli. Furniture c ,n>_ut. of Ipino I i Florida.' I shall offer for sale 'to :the on Wr'lnetday. January IJIh, I'M! at ID Id ,
onto bed |ruui>. lend t.iblei. Itbenutlful FL'RMSIIFI GARAGE apartment highest bidder C oreas h 1 In hand, the 200PM I
.. This Is for the of
lOB above described property: ai the property meetlnf purpose
Innipi repllner choir Waler furnished. Phone 261.4258. I of the said J. V. Davis, defendant hearing repurli: nf the amocMlonelection HEATERYou
:!: >q 'It of enrpet' I J16C : of a board of' dlrectori for
Philco Console TV The above described< property maybe the erfsuln year. atom l any other bust GOODYEAR
:: Bedroom ronnliU nf full sloe rtrencr. I viewed, it the N.RU County Prl- nnoae may properly come beforeHFREURT
0 Chen A bookcase bed Second bed son Farm Hilllard, Florida .am. get all the best features in
room consi taciOc.iple bunk bodoc I MISCELLANEOUSFOIND Dated at F.rnan diva I leach, Florida : V HUHCF'SS! President l.Ift'timeGuarisslre ,'ltl
h, converti lu twin bed, 7 piece ttinctto his 2nd. day of Jininry 14: JOHN T, r En RElltA. Secretary the Thcnnolaire of choice.
oil with, formica top. Stove & refngeruturalao i H J Youngblood. 21 1 1-2. II ( your
Included I : WALKER HOUND be. Sheriff Naiiau County, florid -

'a ORIGINAL: PRICE I tuvett VoIce, Hilllard Owner Sty:Deputy Emory bherllfII E. WalKer PUBLIC NOTICE : ( l lOO'< Vtv;} :Ml'1"' ,
su
$1122Balance Identify and pay ad. Phone R. C. H. 9, an. 23 NOTIcE Km Bum J

: Now I McSaln, Clinch Drive, 2614215. NOTICE li hcrvny given' that the I i ONOMV: ) 1JEAUTY:
0 $276 PUBLIC NOTICE /llodrcl nf TruHteri. of Humphreyl M. ,
F6c murlal M',pitul' will' ncclva. bills alto All Weul.ifrN. Iinv oUst certified heater Thcrmolalre heater is
: Weekly Payments of -- 1:01: THE CfIl''TY II'D'E'II clIenT I Ill itt 00 A M Kchruarv 20 HUM l..r ( $plus jour
: $250() MILL DO SEWING I In my ho';;. 1:01: I\1D OUR N'ASIiAli Ulli'lU.t the furni.hlnsi 01 'lAI'NURY' Sr,H. Tstorhs'seTube Ijerffirmjiice that; converts every Ft j'led like fine fUl'niture with
Nn down no ment till 2613026. J30c LOKIIMIN VICE to laid Inxiltutmn throuun :
money -- pu> Phone
: Feliru.iry. Auli for Chief Mllipa;: furniture : : BE: ESTATE orLAIRA 12 31 W Detalla anil iirclflcutUinamay Type bit of jour gUll Into body v.arm- uttiactivf saddle brown finish to
.. be obI ..oced irvin tin, ullua' of1th
W storage alNational Furniture LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IIELLE JEPPREIce.0nceased.. AdmlnMrator. All bids must h., '000x13: r 11.00- ing comfort. blend with any color scheme.
:: help with your drink. FINAL NOTICE scaled claarly marked. and flied cub I :
3622BEACH the Aclmlnlitrator within Otis 1111..1.. | I -
0 BLVD. ing problem. Write Box $38, Notice Is hereby floes that the undermined kiwcd Tba Hoard. r *ervti the right'to :, :;o") 13'I I 12.00

0 0 Next So.'g.,le fluM FL .2501 City or Phone Jax. El 67700. 'A D on 1903:the filed'linn a itdy flirul of account December : DAn rc1r! <>t THIS nnr! and 2ND all DAY hida, OF JAN. I 750x1; | 14.00"()() ('o\s'm(1t'fJO: ( :
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open dally 99 Sit 9.e Sun. U ( leg of her. admlniitratinn, of the esl. ,ilef .1.o. UAKY. IMIor "
: Jacksonville Fla. FLOOR ANDING and relll lh. Laura llelle Jeffrey. d..c..d.. ( c V. fciandln I 800x14( ) I 1:;.00 beautiful enameled' cnbinet _ _ _ _
AuuredAnywhere lug. Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson. and nolle ia further. liven that alter c W Hrandwa, Chairman .
ce Delivery publication, of this notice once euch I oard .., Tcsioluestlaiit.hreys l 070x15 I 12.25 life-time cast irwi burner, p<-r-
ce Phone 261-4009. tfc week lor four consecutive weeks. .
jpplication Memorial H'.npit.il
-. J16c will be made In the 'Honorable a 111.16 I, 700x15) 15.CO maiicfit alumiiii/.ed stool airHowinterior. Check Our
\' smXG- I I J E. WeatherfnM, __ _
I \ MACHINE REPAIRS County Juilxe
: 1957 CHEVROLET PICKUP new of Naiiau Countv florid, for upi Ixhuniie Plus 'I u Whltrwalli .
stake, new battery Good running! any make. Stoves cleaned. I i proval' of said accounting and for fll1I I Ial PUBLIC NOTICE 2.M:; New Tank

: condition, Make otter, See at 211 : Buy) Hell repair u.ed furniture. diichane of Ihe .sliced. 0.1 MtrilK II UK HIIIHI I'npulur Sloe Recaps SH.'.
Ph 201-3112 or 223-52114.:; tfc Executrix I of laid eiUM I NOTICE In herel) iiiven, shot the ,
Atlantic Ave or call 261-9033 Laura "idle Jrflrevi' Hilcomne. i I nard: nl Tru,ti-i til Humphrey Me. Plan
.
: I I Laura llelle Jeffreys tl'tconheAs I nmrli.l llospilal will reieive bids, un- Stop By and Let Us _
Executrix: I i inf II, 10 m AM feitru) :jn 14: 'l.r
FOR RENT I HELP WANTED the EIUUI of Lauri Belle Idle rurnuhlr nf .fIr.roxlm..lv. I II fun, Safety Check Your GoodHousekeeping
[ Jeflrevi I I fdllnni' nf Nn 2 (mrte Vlr. t.L fltL: It's Less
DOceasedTO I OIL All hl'la muni rie sea ltd. clearly TiresLasserre I
.. I STESOGRAPIIERCLERKliHh I THE EXECUTOR OR ADMINS.! ..irked and filed with the Adn 10''.. _
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: OCEAN FRONT DUPLEX upstairs TRATORThe : trjtor WIthin the time allo"ed Cc's- Than YouLa2s.s14J
School Graduate general above notice must be puhllshed, tract In run through 13 31 114 The
or down. furnished Fenced I office 1 experience. Five day week. I In a newspaper published In NJS..M Board rener\ei. the fllhl lu reject. any Motor
yard. Call 261.5047 ICe' County once a week for four Mi pub. ondulihids i iUAIII
: I, Own transportation Apply Ini, llcatlons and the proof nf inch publication i 1) THIS 2ND DAY Of JA.. I ThinkIP

: TWO BEDROOM: furnished apart. i person Personnel Office, Term. by the paper Iwriith! filed will In be this furnished oftireJ you L'AIIV f''r''C.. w. Rrandiea ;, 1 Company YULEE. FLA. Gas & Appliance Co.

.. ment electric kitchen. Year Inal Paper Bag Co., Inc. Yulee, I F. Weatherfurd I C. W.. Brandies. Chairman
.. County Judge ,....... nf Trtuteei I
I VIa, JI6c II IIft
round rent. See alter 5pm or K. K Me llrith. All>. Humphreyi Memorial Hnapltal' SINCE: I !91>H I>
: -S all M1-S489. tIc I Equal Opportunity Employer 4t 1221. 12 t. It 1-st J.t



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_Page Ten_ Xe\ya.Leader, Fernandina Peach, Florida -Thursda)', January:.. J964!) I PFC Paul Williams

-- Serving In Germany
Pre Ballet Claw in the Auditor
flews From lum at 10.00 a.in., Julunne Owens, For The Homemaker BAMBCRO. GERMANY: (AH- SLEEPLESSNESSWe

Instr Paul TUIIIama,
TNC) Army PFC
Adult Ceramic asm In the Ceramlci ion of Met Adam Williams, 823 S, '
The Rec Center who are each day eonwlmis of the cnmfQrtlnf effects of
Ruom at 1.30( p.m., Hank By Eleventh St., Fernandina Beach
Sides, InxtrAdvanced. Fla., and other members of the 4th the ability to sleep, might set be too concerned about those who

BY !SANDT! Pe9ANDRO Ballet and To Clans Mrs. Mary N Harrison Armored Division 14th Artillery : are not s* fortunate, unless we have at some time bern afflicted
In the Auditorium at 8.80 p.m. Jul participated in Fxerelse BELLOW I with the Inability lo get& restful/ or sufficient sleep

THURSDAY: JANUARY: 18th. (| at I.30 a.m., Carolyn Vlzcirrondi anile Owen, Inalr, Home Demonstration AgentJanuary WEDGE a 4th Armored Division : A type of Insomnia that results from the brain having too lit.
Playschool In the Came Room ] adult loader Advanced Ballet and Toe Claw: [ field training maneuver near Bam
tie resistance to normal nerve Impulses, Is often. due to disturbed
j
In the Auditorium at 4 30 ,
-- pm. F berg, Germany, In early December
circulation tlf blood t. the brain Because the nerves which con.trdl .
Julanne Oweni. Innlr _........ .ww.ww.wwww In addition to testing the combat I
I Adult Ballroom Dunce Clan In readiness of the 4th Armored and that circulation<< also pass through. the Intervertibral openIngs <<' .
I li a good time to removing small twigs and some of
n the Auditorium at 8 00 p.m., Mr, "groom" your yard Remember. I(the tildcit times, Improves the the various units of the VII Corps ,I vttcbral dlstwlim Is I ofun the cause Of this type of Insumnla ..
and Mrs: CD Becker, Instr. which participated In the exercise, I .
that your flower beds should be at plant form It also regulate
Men and Buys Hoftlth Club lithe least 4 or 5 feet wide allow Ina [height and produce better IIl1hl problem of communication and Chiropractic care results la more relaxing restful sleep,
Health Club Room, day and I
Leave security Involved In large scale]
plenty of room for your plants to conditions within the plant \
.. evening grow and develop. at ,least half the length of ('al'h troop movement wire sludkd I

.,.. 1f J I Alia ttic play Avenue 8.TO.Playground 8:JO p.m., nup.crvlscd DMNannoy outside Be lure Che that drip the line-plants from the are roof wt year main -oane old. The that first Is flowers one to can thl't'e t b4' Williams of the 14th, a :' r:;- ::1I I l BatteryC Bnttal;:; i Hours[

I tame Amis after Ion near Furth Gthnany, enteredthe
as plants thai are too filoae to the expected eight( to nine
Fri
FRIDAY, JANUARY) Hlh. walls lever develop normally. Usually pruning! Army In July 1)62!) and completed Mon., Wed.,
Sub Teen Club In the Came Roomat and basic combat_ training all 912 & 2.G
they are thirsty, and poorly To avoid dieback eneouras
7:18.: p.mPrivate cut ghoul Fort Gordon, Ga. I 6
shaped Theft what happens to the rapid healing, pruning
Party In the Conference walls! the plants often scratch be made Just above a dormant bud'' The year-old soldier l in a 19>8''' 131 Klnjcs[ I Street
Room at 7:30: p.m, and wound surface large graduate of Greenville Training '
them, repainting certainly can (leel) mt Phone 729.50141Ingyland
Men and Boy Health Club Is be difficult When you put out a (han thumb size should be pn. School
the Health Club Room, day and plant, 't* sure to remember Its tented with a pruning paint When'' Georgia "'

evening size when full fpomn. M entire 1 removed, mak
'SATVRDAY.. JANUARY 18th Plants in the front of a house a smooth cut at the Joint of Jun< p
Ceramics Pouring Class In theCeramic. should accent the house not Mde hire, DR. C. It CROCKER DR. T. A OWEN
Room at 9.00 a.m. Hank
It. It Is Important to properly place 'Gardenias! generally speaking are
Some, Iiulr the plants but equally Important to'' pruned when/ the blossoms are cut.
Puppet Theatre (Cages S-8)) In the keep them''' trimmed and tfiaptd. Sometimes these are placed so'' Kingsland{ Chiropractic Clinic
Club Room at 10:30: a.m., Faith (i .
Azaleas are very popular hi this that it Is desirable to control the )
Britton, Innlr, area and are often planted M sIze. Then! general principle ( '
912) In "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
(
: Puppet Theatre lallel
small plants and allowed to jnst pruning are followed:
604 Atlantic Avenue the Club Room. al 11:30: a.m., Fall!) grow'. Soon they become infolds A. Keep In mind the shape 01 1 of Jacksonville"!
M Britton, Instr.I
behind which hides a house These the plant, do not attempt to box or
------ at
Teen Club In the Game Room
| plants may be pruned 'tt out back flat top If*.
Merchants Green Bonus I 7:10:: p.mCotillion. quite easily They should be pruned B. Trim off a limb at an "eye;" --
Stamp Club Dance In the All-
right after they have bloomed. limb or flat against the trunk.C. I
ditorlum at 9:00: p.m. This la true with most spring
-"- Treat larger cute with Ire
,: BOX OF 100 Men and Boy. Health Club In blooming species, audi as brtdal paint te protect the plant from ,. .. ", .
the Health Club Room, day and .
wreath, ahella, hydrangea, and oleander rot, or Insect.
.; TULIP ENVELOPES evening!!. Because flower buts are D Slant cut to encourage growt

SUNDAY, JANUARY 1Mb. formed during summertime, bios la a given direction The plant wllgtow \
: 50 FREE STAMPS Lutheran Church Meeting in the toms will be sacrificed If plants In direction of angle or DOES VOURENGINE

:, LADY FAIR Conference Room at 11.CO .am are pruned la late summer or winter ',ant'. STUTTER e 1 s

MONDAY, JANIART tOrii, E. Remember If a plant I II too ,.
FRENCH STICK, BREAD Teen Ballet and Toe Clan In the Crape myrtle bloom OB the new thick on the center It will affec

Auditorium at J:30 p.m., Julanne growth, to It la. standard practice the passage of sunlight, needed for: JERK FALTE
: 25 FREE STADS' L Owens, InatrBeginners to prune this favorite after the leaves rood productions, TO R ..
> I Ballet Class In the shed In tan or winter STALL?
: 1 LB. CUP "- MAYFAlft Auditorium at 4:30: p m? Julanne Rosea should be pruned during
: COTTAGE CHEESE I' Owens, Instr, December or January. Major yearly A GET A. .
Girl Scout Instruction In'Folk pruning consist of removingsome TUNE-UP ,
:: 25 FREE STAMPS Dancing In the Conference Room at healthy top growth as well Cfltltol Letter
3:15: p.m., Sandy DeSandro, InRlr.i a* twigs, and branches! that Ire
,.' I0c OFF -1 QT. CAN i Ceramics Clam (ages 9-111) In the dead, diseased, Injured, unsightly, BY JERRY MOCK Only

Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank or thin and spindly Shortening (Part tw tt two parts)
J. HtKWAXBO I, Sides, InstrJaycees main canes and lateral branches, TALLAHASSEE A group enlist

-: FREE STAMPS In tie Conference Room the Steering Council for the Florid, *
at 8.od'< p.m. ervlsed play 3.:SO.9:JO pm. Dm Committee for Fundamental Am
7 1 PINT Adult and Teens Ceramics la the Naaney 1nltr.nJ&D.Y erlcan\ Freedoms Is lighting tbe
Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m, Hank : JANUARY Hit civil rights legislation before the
: CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID Sides Instr I Playschool In the Came Room U. S. Congress any sixcylinder

.:: 25 FREE STAMPS Island Squares Club In "the Auditorium at 9:30 am, Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, i The Council: I II made up motel; car
at 7:30: p.mHemerocallls adult leader. of hotel motel and builders group:
tJi0.2Y CANS Garden Club In Die Tap Class In the Auditorium at :end farmers (Hotel motel and any tight 1
3:30: p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr, restaurant group are prime target 8Qg cylinder car,
Club Room at 8:00: pm
,FYNE TASTE SPINACH Intermediate Ballet Class In the of the proposed civil: right
; Men and, .Bo I' Health Club In Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanni( legislation), It* head is Fred Ken Paris extra If needed )
I 60 FREE STAMPS the Health Club Room day and Owens, Instr Sr., a Jacksonville) attorney Kent: j
evening Sub Teen Ballroom Dance Class son, a close friend of Gov Farris ,
.. BOTTLE OF 100EXCEDMN Atlantic Avenue Playground cupCooper's In the Came Room at 3:30: p.m., Bryant Is a member of the Slat
I Sandy DeSandro, InatrBarbershoppors Junior College Advisory Commute
'i In the Conferenc and owner of a group of theater WE DO ALL THIS.. .

Room at 8:00: p.m.. which have been the object of race
'I. lOG FREE STAMPS i Laundry Painting for Lellure In the Clirt pickets '

LIFE LINE' I Room at 7:30 p.m. Members of the committee In. O Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and
.. Coin-Operated Men and Boya Health Club It elude: Keith Henderson of the slat
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'. TOOTH BRUSHES I the Health Club Room, day and motel association; Dave Arpln, ex. spark plugs condenser
Loundry.nd Dry evening. ecutlve! secretary elate hotel asso.
100 FREE STAMPS Cleaning Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup elation; Paul Brown, president, O Clean and Check ii
3:30.5:30 DOlt tel. generator
ervlsed play : : p.m., state hotel association: Ralph I
ALL TYPES ROSE .FAIR Mrs. Doris Howard, Nanney, Intr.WEDNESDAY Ion, state sattlemens association: set points and voltage \
JANUARY !!ad. Andy Lay executive secretarystate '
.. NYLONS Manager Ceramics 'Class (ages 12.M) lithe dnlry products association: "regulator
Set j. j
Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m.. Ray Erskine, executive secretary, timing
14th & Beech Streets
STAMPS
50 FREE
Hank Sides, Instr Florida Home Builder Association:
Adult Ceramics Class In the Ceramlcs and Chris Jensen, Florida Dairy Q'AdJust caTburetor'.Check battery.
- -- -- Room at 7:30: p.m., Han) Farmers Federation and a Bryant ,
Sides, Instr appointed member of the State Mill laadixscazrzaaW.
'. Men and Boys' Health Club In Commission from Ocala. w' .,..,.Yr,.
:';. the Health Club Room, day aid The steering council works .

: Here's a' list of American production cars with evening Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. through Constitutional the Florida Government Commission In fight on

ervlsed play, 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don Ing the civil rights legislation In
Nanney, Instr.
standard that deliver THURSDAY, JANUARY I3rd. Washington Florida Commie t
engines more horsepower it In a letter on
Playschool In the Game Room don stationery Kent told his fel.
t' 9 38 Carolyn Vltcarrondo,

t I per pound of car weight t than the '64 Oldsmobile adult:Pre am leader Ballet, Pals" In the ,Auditor ,ow Prentice businessmen, Commission to contact director* George, rat

,. i'Hisoffice II I equipped,' I 1 wrote
1
I, lum at 10.00 a1.ifi Hulanne Owen,

i f &&&%# Holiday Coupe or Sports Coupe: Instr Adult Ceramics ?Class In the Cer. to Kent your, "with general machinery membership for malllni or to
,
other. Individuals to whom you
amlcs Room at 3;:30 p.m., blank any "
nay want to appeal for support,
Sides, Iaetr.Advanced
Ballet and Toe CIa,. Businessmen were asked to make
; : In the Auditorium at 3:30: p.m.,, 'tax deductible contributions l
'' 'JII I I Julanne Owen. late hrongh the Commission to the Cordinatlng .
Advanced Ballet and Toe Clan ) Committee for Funda
in the Auditorium at .:30 pm, mental American Freedoms In

JulanneOwena, Instr Washington u t
Senior Citizens Club In the Conference Prentice said he has already reelved 9
: f ;t Room at 7:15: pra I some $8000 In contrIbutions
'. Adult Ballroom Dance CUM lathe from Florida citizens the month r .
: '(NONE) ,;Y' Auditorium at S:00 p.m", Mr since the drive started What money
I \ and Mrs Gil: Becker: Irate, II not needed by his organization, I
: r: Men and Boy Health Club In he I mid. would be forwarded to thirganlzatlon I. DUBOSE. MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR
the Health Club Room day and In Washington. Moneys MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT
evening : raised Prentice said, by cam.
Atlantic Avenue Playground sup. signs within groups such as hotel
i ervlsed play 3.30.8:30: p.m., Don md restaurant associations
r. Nanney Instr Despite 17000 budget for hit f f r*.tOfl' NEW TREADSAPPLIED

FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE FUN rfflce, said Prentice, he "probab.
i CLUB ly won't spend anywhere near that ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

The Department of Recreation of nuch' The money he said will WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
e Fernandina Beach will conduct: an 110 for such as direct mall or "any.
afternoon of fun for boy and girls there the committee sees fit" Narrow or Wide i Detlgn,
of the 5th and 4th grade The actlv.Uy Here la a sample letter submit r Tubeleat or Tube-type
4 for
will be held la the Auditorium al rd along with a contribution date
the Recreation Center from 1.30S )- $: from a real estate broker 1 la .
.00 p.m. starting Friday, January 'ensacdla\ : Our NM TntJdiait h V.. IM end ihe, ash are
mains 17th, and continuing every Friday Inclosed herewith Is my contrt. GUARANTIED
I thereafter For the first day of fun hut loa. My wily regret are that 1 1an I.1.: AxlMt AfilMl" Mnul MMi t. mrkmukl(* nd --sewn fmtaf lift tl .... 4949 .
fmtam) mow
the program' will be attend:, I' 't make It more at t this time tor*to r'r.mMtlu.MvhMMMi .
1IRlR1 Country Circle Dance 'erhaps'later on I can u .. II vwM. .. ...*. wmr u4 km* M IM sets. smut

il1A111ONISI' Western For Little Square Sisters Dance) tines"I feel and rather I don strwmly see" how any on these Am .- .. .. "w; ,', .,-i-i.; j;::;" ,.""i7.;, Plus tu and 4. tndatn' tfnPiI1flTZT1

10 minute break I ritan In their right minds could
M WRaNaxw.r Group Game (Human Tic Tae Toe be in favor of further extension o! FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK !
a a. Folk Dance federal power."
1 --...t dm.,V.lri M .*MM r.SI dicta wW.11-eW HI..Mad IN......MrN Western!. Square Dance (Divide the The address of the CoOrdinatIngrommltte
.... ..... .. .. _... Fundamental Am-
Cw N. CMM M'M* CM,> MM |IIIIIPI I4MIIMMlM ew aNM.1 .lM. Set! ) for
: ...... ''N A__?d.ae _1 Ai""" wwl bow _wwl,IN rsw GMt Sewn,..... ...,t j Fold Dance (Dance of Mexico) clean' Freedoms II Suite 520, 301
t tit Country Circle Dance rinl Street N. E., Washington D.
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(Ballroom Dancing will not be In. C.5 Chairman of the group la WU. BEACH SUPPLY
:.....' WM.NUWUniUUI...UMUI1US,M MIUM,HWK MU aU'lttKXriWI.IIBI...Ml. ..... eluded In any of the programs, offered lam Loeb Other officers are J. J. :
r to this group) Kllpatrlt'k.'Ice chairman; John C
232 So.th Phone The dress for this occasion will iatterfield secretary' treasurer:
p Motor Co. and dreis. md John J. Synon, director
Reynolds be school clothes for boy
!th Street 251.3122 es for girls. The Department .1( Satterfield 1 Ia the Immediate past I 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482
Recreation wishes to Invite parents resident of the American Bar
.4- IrfILQWLilt'leitggiis .NIMg1griaw4nallataaaamucIWI. .. to the activity as .,..,..tor.. UiocUU:
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Ten News Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday January 16, 1964
rage PFC Paul Williams
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Pre Ballet! Class In the Auditor. Serving In Germany 1SLEEPLESSNESS 1

Hews From lum InRtr,at 10:00: a.m.. Julanne Owtna, For The Homemaker BAMBRRO, GERMANY
Army JfC Paul Williams '
The Rec Center Adult Ceramlts Class In the Crr.amlcs KM of Mr,*. Adam lama 835 S, : effects of
f comforting
the
Room at 3 30 p.m? Hank By Eleventh Bt Fernandina Beach, We who are each day conscious (
tildes, InctrAdvanced ? the ability to sleep! might net b. too concerned about those who
Fie. ., and other member 'ot the 4th
Ballet and Toe 'Claw Mrs. N. Harrison are not I. fortunate, unless we have lit some time been afflicted
BY SANDY DeSANDRO 4 Mary Armored Division I Nth Artillery'participated
In the Auditorium at I:M p m Jul. In Exerflne BELLOW I with the Inability to get restful or sufficient alrrp.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18th. i at 8 30 i.m., Carolyn] VlzcarrondoPlayschool ,, anne Owens, Inslr Home Demonstration Division
Agent 41 h Armored
I Toe WEDGE .a A type of Insomnia that results from' the brain having too lit.
Clans
In the Cam Room | adult leader( Advanced Ballet and Bam-
.. I Iin the Auditorium at 4:3D p.m., berg Held, training Germany maneuver In catty near lk>< I tie resistance to normal nerve Impul l. Is often due to dlslnrbrd

Julanne Owens Imlr F...... ,.M MMVVIVIIMYM W _______n.nn.nnnnn__. In addition to tenting the 'embl"r'I' circulation Clr blood to the brain. Because the nerves which control .
Adult Ballroom Dunce Class In thai circulation also pass through; the In''Verll'brlll' openings
Armored and
readiness( of the 4th
January li I good time to removing small twigs and some of
the Auditorium at 8:00 p.m.. Mr "groom" your yard Remember the ,oldent Banes, Improves! the the various unit: of the VII Corps I volebral distortion Is ofUn tIll cause of this type of Insomnia. ..
.
und Mrs: Gil Becker InslriMen
that your flower beds ihould be at plants form It also regulates!/ which participated In the exercise .
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and 'So tkinllb Club lathe
health Club) Ileoin, day and least 4 or' S feet wide allowing height and produces better light: problem of communication and Chiropractic care results In more relaxing( restful sleep
I plenty of room for your plants toKrull' conditions within the plant Leaveat.leaet security involved In l IlriCr.scao'tNJOP ]

S I evening Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. and develops half the length of each movements wire studied I
Be sure that the plants are net main cane that la one to three William, a win-man In BatteryC I
1 1 revised play 1:30.11:80: : p m Don
.. 1 i Nnnnry, Insir. ? outside he drip line .from the roofplaitti years old. The first /flowers can be of the 14th Artlllrry 2d Battalion < Hours
as that are too close to the expected eight to nine weeks alter near Furth, Germany enteredthe
FRIDAY, JANUARY 17th.I :Mon., Med. Fri
walls never develop normally. Usually pruning Army In July 12 and complcted
I Sub 7:15 Teen. Club, In the Game Roomat they are thirsty, and poorly To avoid dltback and encourage I I basic combat training at 'I 912 & 26 e

: p mPrivate Party In the Conference shaped Then what happens to the rapid healing, pruning cut should Fort Gordon, Ga I
I walls 1 the plants often scratch be made just above a dormant bud The 24-year-old soldier Is a 1916' 131 KInifs Street
Room al 7:30 m
I Men, and Boys'p Health Club In them, and repainting certainly can (eye) ml wound surfaces larger graduate of Greenville Training Phone 729-5614 ,
be difficult When you put out a (than thumb size should Ve pro. School ,
the Health Club Room, day and N'
'evening plant 'toe sure to remember Its tected with a pruning paint When Kinzsland, Georgia
I size when full __D, .a entire branch Is removed make
JANUARY Hth d
SATIRDAY.
Plants In the front of a house I smooth cut at the Joint of June.
I Ceramics Pouring Class In the should accent the house lot hide Inns. ; DR. C, It. CROCKER fill T. A. OWEN
Ceramics Room at f 00 a.m. Hank '
It. It Is Important to properly place Gardenias generally speaking are
Soles Inslr the plants but equally Important to pruned wdcn/ the blossoms are cut u1>
Theatre (ages 8-8)) In die
: Puppet keep them' trimmed and diaptfl Sometimes these are placed so Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic
Club Room at 10.30 a.m., Faith ,
Azaleas are very popular In thin that it Is desirable to control the ( )
Inllir.I .
Biltton
area and!! are often planted ,.as size Then general principles of
I Puppet Theatre (ages 9.12) In "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
mall and
allowed
plants to "JamZrow" pruning are followed
604 Atlantic Avenue
the Club Room at 11::JO a.m., Faith ihkilAi of Jacksonville"'
Soon they become
Britton, Inslr I II A Keep In mind the ahape ot
behind which hides a Louse These the plant do not attempt to box or
I Teen Club In the Game Room at
plants may be pruned tt out back "flat If*. j

Mdfdwnfs Green Stamp Bonus !7:10:: pm.Cotillion. Club Dance In the Auditorium I quite easily They should be pruned 19. Trim top oft a limb at an "eye," -
right after they have bloomed I
,
:
at 9.00 p.m. limb or flat against the trunk
This Is true with most spring
C. Treat larger cuts with tree
Health Club In
Men and Boys'

h: TULIP BOX ENVELOPES OF 100 evening the Health Club Room, day and wreath dooming ahella species, hydrangea, such ,.1 and bridal ole rot paint, or te Insects protect the plant from 'Mt 5F1 : !r'66e4-: : : ;: .,W ..wLt:.... i.i f M.' 9.

ander Because flower bull are
I D. Slant cut! to encourage growth '
SUNDAY, JANUARY 1Mb. formed during summertime, blossoms la direction The plant will :
a given
: 50 FREE STAMPS\ I
YOUR
Lutheran Church In the DOES
Meeting
'
will be sacrificed If plantsare
._.... enow In direction of angle or
;, LAf-F) AIR .T- Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. I' pruned In late summer or win. "point'.

r MONDAY, JANUARY Mtta. ter. E.. Remember If a plant Is too ENGINE STUTTER, ;
FRENCH STICK MEAD Teen Ballet and Toe Class hi the Crape myrtle bloom on the new thick on the center It will affect!

Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Julanne growth, la It la standard practice the: passage of sunlight needed for FALTER

: I 25 FREE..SA.11'8' 1 Owens, Instr.Beginners' to prune this favorite after the lea. food productions. JERK, ..
I Ballet Class In the
yea shed In fan or winter.
ORSTALL1
: 1 LB. CUP MAYFAlft Auditorium at 4:30 p.m., Julanne
I Roses should be pruned during
: COTTAGE CHEESE I Owens, Instr December or January Major yearly A.Capital GeT A. .
I Girl Scout Instruction In Folk pruning consists of removingsome TUNE-UP ,

25 FREE STAMPS Dancing In the Conference Room at healthy top growth as well Letter I ..
3:15: p.m., Sandy DeSandro Instr ai twigs and branches that are

:' lOc OFF 1 QT. CAN i Ceramics Class (ages 9.11)) In the dead diseased, Injured, unsightly, BT JERRY MOCK Only
Ceramics Room 3:30 Hank or thin and spindly
at : p m Shorteningmain )
faR AX (Part tire af two parts
.: Sides, Instr canes and lateral branches TALLAHASSEE A group called

W FREE STAMPS Jaycees In the Conference Room I the Steering Council for he Florida *
.. I at 8.ou* p.m. ervlsed play 3:30-5:30: : pnt. Dm Committee for Fundamental Am. .

1 PINT ,Adult and Teena Ceramics! In the Nanny Instr.TtJE8DAV erican Freedoms Is fighting the 'ier

Ceramics Room at 7:10: p.m. Hank JANUARY MsL civil rights legislation before the I'
:
CHMCOftL LIGHTER FLUID Sides InslrIsland Playschool In the Came Roomat U. 8. Congress ft66 i I

:: 25 FREE STAMPS Squares Club In the Auditorium (30: i.m., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, The Council Is made up mostly carI e'

W at 7:30: p.mHemerocollls adult leader of hotel motel and builders groups
2 NO. ; CANS Garden Club In the Tap Oast In the Auditorium at and farmers (Hotel, motel and W .)

Club Room at 8:00: p.m. 3:30: p.m., Julanne Owens Instr. restaurant groups are prime tar. car
; FYNE TASTE SPINACH Intermediate Ballet Class In the gets of the proposed civil rights
,
Men and Boy Health Club In JI
Auditorium at 4:30: p.m", Julanne legislation). Ill head Is Fred Kent .Parts extra If needed
the Health Club Room day and
50 FREE STAMPS Owens Instr Sr, a Jacksonville attorney Kent
_
evening Sub Teen Ballroom Dance Class lon a close friend of Gov Farris
.'. BOTTLE OF 100EXCEDWN Atlantic Avenue Playground sup.Cooper's in the Game Room at 3:30: p.m? Bryant, Is a member of the State

Sandy DcSandro, Instr. Junior College Advisory Committeeand
I it Barbershnppcrs In the Conference owner of a group of, theaters I WE DO ALL THIS.. .

': Laundry I Room at 8:00: p m.. which have been the object of race -
100 FREE STAMPS
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Painting for Leisure In the Club pickets I I

.. LIFE LINE Room at 7:30: p.m. Members of the committee In. O Clean and'adjust 0 Check coil and
Men' and Boys' Health Club In I
J I CoinOperat.dLaundry' elude: Keith Henderson of the state .
: TOOTH BRUSHES and Dry the Health Club Room day and motel association; Dave Arpin, ex. spark plugs condenser

evening ecutlve secretary, state hotel association
100 FREE STAMPS Cleaning Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. ; Paul Brown, president Clean and Q Check
ervlsed play 3:30-5:80: : p.m., Don stole hotel association! ; Ralph Cel. generatorset I

ALL TYPES ROSE FAIR Mrs Doris Howard, Nanny intr.WEDNESDAY.. Ion, state cattlemen association, points and voltage .
JANUARY tbtd. executive '"
Andy Lay, secretary
NYLONS ,
". Manager Ceramics Class ( 1214)) In '
ages state dairy products association; 'regulator .
50 FREE STAMPS:\ 14th &: Beech StreetsHere's the Ceramics: Room at 3:30: p.m., Ray Ersklne, executive secretary, Set timing ;h:
Hank Sides, Instr. Florida Home Builders Association:

... .- -.. _. .-.- --- Adult Ceramics Class In the Ceramics and Chris Jensen Florida Dairy Q.AdJust carburetor 8.Check battery;: |
i 100 -- Room at 7:30 pm., Hank Farmers Federation and a Bryant-
r- Sides, Iimtr appointed member of the State Milk i !.:I
a Men! and Boys' Health Club In Commission from Ocala,

the Health' Club Room day and The steering counrll works

a list of American production cars with evening Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup.ervlsed through Constitutional the Florida Government Commission In. fight.on l
iT
4 play, 330.530: p.m., Don ing the civil rights legislation/ In R
-' Nftimey, Instr.TlIlJRSDAT raarr
standard that deliver JANUARY (3rdPlayschool Washington
; engines. more horsepower In the Game Room at In a letter nn Florida Commit
don stationery Kent told his let.

r I per pound of car', weight than the '64 Oldsmobile 9:18 adult::Pre am.leader Ballet.Carolyn Class- In the Vlicarrondo.Auditor., Prentice low, businessmen Commission to contact director* George

I, him at 10.00 n.'rti.,' ffirianne Owens,'' : "His office Is, equipped' I wrote I
: F-85 Kent, "with machinery for mailing
Holiday Coupe or Sports Coupe Instr
: : to
Adult Ceramics Class in the Coramlcs to your general membership or H J
Room at 3.30 p.m., Hank any other Individuals to whom you _
Sides, InstrAdvanced. may want to appeal for support" ellil

t Ballet and Toe Class Businessmen were asked to make _

rr, Cal In the Auditorium at 3.30 p.m., "tax deductible contributions'
Julanne Owens Inntr through the Commission to the Coordinating
Advanced Ballet and Toe Class Committee for Funda.

In the Auditorium at 430: pm, mental American' Freedoms In llil llilf

Julanne Owens, Instr Washington J
Senior Citizens Club In the Con. Prentice said he has already received f Pi

.: fercncc Room at 7:15: p.m. some isooo in contributions
Adult Ballroom Dance Class In I from Florida citizens the month
1(NONK) the Auditorium at 8:00: p.m., Mr. since the drive started What money! e1. 11

I IS and Mrs Gil Becker' Inslrs Is not needed by his ornnnlpatinn, 1
Men' and Boys Health Club in he said would be forwarded to the W. I. DUBOSE. MASTER MECHANIC IS AN EXPERT IN THE USE OF OUR
the Health Club Room day and organization In Washington Moneyis MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT
evening raised. Prentice said, by campaigns .
Atlantic Avenue Playground sup. I within groups such as hotel .
S '-I't ervlsed play 3:30-5:30: : pm., Don and restaurant associations
t Nanny Instr Despite a $7000 budget for his TirtOfi NEW TREADSAPPLIED
:
FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE FUN office, said Prentice he 'probab-
t. CLUB ly won't spend anywhere near that ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

The Department of Recreation of much The money, he said, will -
WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
ternandma Beach will conduct an go for such as direct mall or "any.
Lie afternoon of fun for boys and girls' where the committee sees fit" Narrow 'Or Wide Dtilin
of the 5th mid th grades The actlv. Here la a sample letter submitted Tubeless
\ w+ or Tnbt-lyp fop
ity will be held In the Auditorium at along with a contribution of 4
_. the Recreation Center from 3:30. taoo from a real estate broker In

5.00 p.m. starting Friday, January17th PensacolaInclosed: Our 1rr..... dent 'y Medallion sand chop mart anOUAMANTBBD
mom and continuing every Friday herewith Is my contrt.tnMion .
'. thereafter For the first' day of fun \My ashy regrets are that I J.. Af..M MM* .ta tnrkMHklp. nd MUrUte tmtnf lift.f ...... 4949 .
r A< >Mt MtMl IM4 taw* l' Mpl tmlnkte -) -
\ I the program will be eftered:. I can't make It more at this time YN ..aea./ MTCnriMiiM forts MrtkT
e _l r Country Circle Dance Perhaps later on I can u74 ;;.. ;".:L= .* *"** wee*** *..** ** IW prlw ww.k
r feel rather strongly on these
DancetFor
"I
Western Square
,.J. ; ," ', ,,, Plus Irldl.ln tfret
Am. : i iI' tax and 4
( Little Sisters) Issues and 1 don't lee how any
r lHlAGOON/Sl'-- 10 minute break erlcan In their Tight minds could JIIva;

a.uwr M sours.., Group Game (Human Tie Tae Toe) be In favor of further extension of SAFETY CHECK !
Folk Dance (American Ctrl Polka i 'Federal power"The
: aaMH.bd, c_'1.1-..._ ...* Dm MS Cotton_.-_ ....ifMM WO(New!Nww. Western Square Dance <( ... Ca,.,. ndd.r c.... opal. Cwm __ M< pmirf .l Mr nl..M*M_d.r Committee for Fundamental American
r ...... .IS awl,.. ,...........I Ad,....alas Mw...._I a.._01olI ...........-" \\I)II 301
Suite S20
Fold Dance (Dance of Mexico) Freedoms is
I Country Circle Dance First Street N. E. Washington D.
(Ballroom Dancing will not be In. C. Chairman nf the group la William i1 rtstont BEACH SUPPLY
, ,;......."' ''''''''.11I wun aaua..lrwwasrocraNStnoarnssaNanNrNnareNtanaat.auaa.N.. .... eluded In any of the programs of. Lotb. Other officers are J. J. I

' cued to this group) Kllpatrtrk\ vie chairman: John C.
232 Solth Phadne The dress for this oooaatoi will Sailer-field l'CretetrelsurPr; I

Reynolds Motor Co. '261.3122 be school clothes for boys and dmi.es and John 1. Synon director i
Soh Street
for girls The Department .r( Satterfldd la the Immediate past 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482

Recreation wishes te "Invite parentsto president of the American\ Bar
a .4.s.; __IuiimguaMlasaiconnon sirMNa.mmot. wunmluRhltnl9iii' the activity! as spectators. Association.



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