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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 23, 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 )
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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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Over A Century 7a: 1 7Q 1. 7 i B Your Best Medium

Of Service For Local News

ltrnanulna eWzutnutr y
In Nassau County J.ICitClt And Advertising.Vrnnn .



Sine IMI Absorbed by Purch*., Merger Succession, Tin Florida N.wi. Tht/ Em Ilorldlan, Tin Peninsula. TIll crnnnomt Courier: cha tiland City, F'rni Ncms, .Record, Nassau County Leader, The Outlook, Thf "'nrlda.I'r.l. Near The l-trnnndini News The timcanit-r !
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VOLUME 105 NUMBER 19 FERNANDIN'A BEACH, FI.ORIDATIfl'RSDAJANUARY 25: Iiil! 10 PAGES THIS ISSUE I lOc PER COPY
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I .:, I Local High School fQ'tt'lrr'. ( :'J :-rl':_ ."!.__ji1 r'I ,iI

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jusl/fam t, u'A.r Accredited For 6465By : : : :t

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!: It was recently announced by I' r'i+, -it

s S>lJ < ; Dr. llrrinan Frlrk chairman I
ot the Florida teinimlltre of ,
the Southern Association of I
1 Colleges and Schools that Fer.nadlna t u ,
Reach High School r ; Fy
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Tallahaii High School and Peek t' e' + aea 1 1L
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President LBJ I whacking of $500:; High School are again accredited l'

million from last t year's figure In for the coming school yrar. '...i ;
his proposed budget will doubtless j ArcwdhiK to Superintendent I! ':.i'l.L
pick him up a few extra supporters of Public Inslrucllon John Ue. i ?

among I he conservatives. AlthoughIt's Inner, all Nassau county schools! i ': (
a drop In the bucket when are acnedileil' by Ihr slate; u '+a r'r 4 "s3W vi

compirod to the total figure of a the abovt'.lIIl'ntlonl'd have the v 7 r

$97.9 billion. I was' pleased to hear additional Southern AKMK'lalleinaccreditution. +a tae r a r
that ,if the Items on the .
one ( pro.
posed budget Is $300,000 for tile -- !jf.tt jf.; vt 1 k '
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operation and maintenance of the :
Is AskingFor
rerimndlna Beach harbor. Tills City

welcome note was passed on to ui ,

thews.by Congressman D, R (Billy) Mal. '.1t., ;.;J/, : Rebuilding, .. ,

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If the modern trend continues, Repairing N.I 14thThe "
GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES wereHdd last week In Yulee for (the new county
television\ will have us believing '
that if we're not a psycho or have building there with County Commissioner Herb :McKendree turning the first spade- City Commission Introduced ,, r iTi; aa t
full of earth. The building when l'ompleted11I house clinic of the health I'
some sort of a fixation, were Just a county a lesoliitlon list night miucMIng
not among the normal Half the department und will also serve as a voting precinct. Shown at the ceremony, left to the state read l board to rebuild f{{ ,

shows concerning crime have the right, A. S. Scussell, county road superlntenlent ; I D. O. Oxley, 'Jerk 0 f the Circuit and rc-siiifnie North hilt Street b 4

offender with a father: fixation a Court ; ThnH. J. Shave, Jr., county attorney; Dr It. \\oolsey, county health officer; from Stale- Road 200 to the John ,

mother fixation or just a plain John B. Higginhotham, county commlnKlonr; Richard Hance, contractor for the build T, Ferreira undue{ "

fixed fixation. The trend seems to"be ing; Harry Poole, chairman of the County Commission; !McKendree; John Pierre !Stevens The resolution also will ask

extending Into the courts, more. architect; Jim Thomas, county commlsloner, and W. N, Galphin, county commis that sidewalks, curbs and gut.
and more too It seems No matter
what Is done today If the psy.chlatrtsl stoner hers be Included in the rebuilding YULEE HIGH SCHOOL will make u strong hid to lake home honors this year when n
It moved that copies of the
was
says the offender Is dts. resolution to the stale number of lovely young Indies who attend school there compete for the title of ":\111411
turbcd the case It taken from the and county git authorities proper, N H8iu Count I} in the annual beauty) pagelnl sponsored bj. their I'.T.Sl''frnl of

courts and the population of the already Chamber Membership Drive I I The resolution was Introduced thoM who have entered the compelilIon tt hedtiled .I'ebruury 1 1. are shown from left,

crowded mental Institutions | by Commissioner John Tlllakos' Miss Sharon ( root'rII: !
Is Increased by one more. How I and seconded by Commissioner ,, Miss\ Sandra 'aulhen Miss." I'am D.IMH) and :Miss\ ,. Jenell I'err.vmun.
about a few shows of the old type, : (I '' shorn by T, H King
The'ole
Ben Sorensen unanimous
;to Begin Monday Morning was --- -
maybe of the Andy ,Hardy type, I, of the Commlsslonl'rIprl'sent. *
where the principal character I
Commissioner L. L. Bo. 'Miss Nassau County'Will
with
were happy normal people
normal pleasures or problems I: Meeting Monday In regular membership drive will begin next All members of the Chamber 'hannon was not present Be FeaturedOn yt
'I f* monthly session, the Fernandlna.' Monday morning with a kick jiff h| are urged to attend the breakfast The Commission opened bids
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I Beach Chamber ot Commerce di.I'I breakfast at the Surf Restaurant land lend their assistance to the for the furnishing of a new SPEBSQSA Show
It would seem a shame that ad rectors announced that the ''at 7:15: drive The membership committee crawler type tractor for the city's
Invitation for the Fernandjna Beach 'Is composed of Louis Ferreira, proposed sanitary landfill operation 'Miss Nassau (County'. who Kill I

High School Band to represent the I chairman, Robert While and KosI Awarding' of a contract to be chosen Suit utility night, .','b. I I.
Slate of Florida at the -World's I I will be- lectured In the annual
coo Moore. furnish the tractor was drterrrdsoil
Fair In New York could not be accepted Negro Taxi Driver allow how of the Gulden Isle Chorus
I ItI 81 revealed by Chamber Director (j Monday night"' at 7,30 to ol
The Invitation, naturally,
'I, John Kelrsey at the meeting, time to tabulate the bids the local chapter of the Sue'leiv for hI
Is predicated on the outstandingband the PresetvnlInn and fncnuraue; + ;
I that a number have already sent (Continued on pare two)
h
s perennial winning of top menl/ of Baiber Shop Quartet SingIng I + i
In their dues for the current year t
band.honors If in It were state possible competition to accept The Charged With Hope was expressed that the In America t' a1
Selling Ft. Clinch# Entrance ,
would perform at the Florida ell.hlblt breakfast will set the stage for an Other than the Guide 1 Isle their
'' I [early completion of the drive UH, such outstanding quurtcls anI
of the World Fair In the .4
Spring of 196S Betides that It President Reed Lewellen called 'Complete BarracksTo I(' the Acrosiuilcs of (h lalldu. UK

would seem logical that the 'band Beer To Minors Here |on Kelrsey for a report of current Artists uf Harmony of Jacksonville'
would appear on the Florida Show. I activities of the Chamber, His report I' Restored \ Beach, The Blackshctnr Buddies nlUUckili
case segment -of the nationally I dealt mainly with plans tnI Be <'ar, Ga, and the Inimitable +
'1 Gllld-tunl's( eif Fc-rnandlin //r
televised Today show Wonder how \I erect a set of Eight Flags of FiWj "'Osf : .
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Sheriff H. J, .Youngblood re- ,pubes Emory' _Walk.* -.aDCL..Jobllf Beach, will peiTurm
trading rtampsAAMMld take dine over"' the Chamber lighted.r f Bids will be let In the next (two
many 'vcYtletoModay that Lawrence land- ifiodtne while In the act of dcliv. .
to finance Ibe IrlpT-Would you giveyours ito, Negro ,cab driver baa !been I f erlng beer to a 14-year-old juvenille sign at Yirtee and with the membership -('weeks for the rehabilitation of the ,I This year's snow,' tnlllled: "With $f."aI'Sj ...
? What; publtaKy angle thai picked 'up by his deputies" and j driveObjectives I( barracks building at Fort Clinch, A Song<< In My Heart", Is set I

would bet! Band mattes, trip to charged with selling beer to a The youngster told the deputies of the Chamber for I announced N R, Miller, Jr., executive p m, Feb. 8 In the high school" {y'4r '
World's Fair on ,trading stamps'1! minor. that he had called up Sandlin and (Continued on page five) administrator of the Florida auditorium, A dona lion of $1 will

*: ordered several cans of beer dellv.ered Board of Parks and Historic Me. secure admission, r '
Sandlin was apprehended by De.
After almost 200 years of enjoy. to him Sandlln allegedly /mortals at a reorganization meetIng (u:
Ing freedom to worship''!' as we buys the beer from a dealer and i Two Are Bound of the Fort Clinch State Park 1 12,834 Receive ?4M00

please as sought by our forebears then adds a fee for his delivery' Advisory Council held Monday
when they came to this country', service, evening/ at the Surf Restaurant S
To Circuit CourtIn
the Supreme Court apparently abw Sheriff Youngblood said! that he Miller sold that the work would Type III Polio r,
feels that the right not to worship cost an estimated $:l'>,OoO. Miller I II
I had received a number of complaints
Is more Important, The Civil Lib. Phone TheftsTwo I also reported that the forts new
regarding Sanillln's
enter Union with encouragementby I tlon He added that the complaintswere opera. ,I' entrance station has been, com- Vaccine Sunday rMia. An
the Supreme Court now seeksto tripled rxcpDl for some onvlns Inbe I
bar students from a mandatory from. both white and colored men charged( with breakIng i done around; the building and I During I lie coiiiily-wlde distribution ADDING) TO TUB; KEEN; C'OMI'KIITION: ; of thin year'

Pledge of Allegiance to the flag paientsSandlln and entering telephone! j on the parking nre-a The Slat of Type 111 Siililn oral polio "Mi.su' NIIHHUU County" beauty pageant(, nn annuul event
Is out on $500 bond pend.a booths here and the of
unless the phrase "under God" Is ling hearing in the court of County tools, possession before Hoed Department will do the pay. vaccine January It), I 12,8:14: people1 sponsored by (he Yulee School I'.TA will be, left Miss
removed and an attack hat been ( I burglary appeared Ing which Is to start In the next '' Carol Ann Mallard /and :Miss Lynda 'onner, students at
J. received the vaccine, according to'
Judge E. (Gene) Weather. I II County Judge( J. E, iCene) Weathcrford I
made against singing of the hymn I ford, I yesterday and waived a few da.ti county health rrcoidw, Callnhitn High. The event will be held February 1 at the
"America" at school exercises It was disclosed)! that plans are Auditorium.
I preliminary hearing In Hint court This Is approximately 2IM) mure Municipal Photo by T. H",King
Add to this the bills that have been I being considered which will makeIt
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than attended the December I, Rail
Introduced to remove Our motto I School I Out Monday, The men, Hubert Ray IIIgKln- possible for a historian/ from the)
from coins and currency. In the "I But Teachers Get I hotham of Jacksonville and Robert University of South. Florida to clinic fur Type I vaccine-,
name of the freedoms! that have Lee Watkins of Alachua, who have I, upend a month or longer at lisp Claude Hunker chairman of the Marshall Rowland To Emcee ContestFor

made this country great, what |"Busman's Holiday" | entered not l guilty pleas, were I Fort d..lnlresl'ar'h. / en the history Nassau County Chapter/ of the National .
next? bound over to Circuit Court I eif Amelia Island roumlatlon, said that make. I< "Miss Nassau of
"fr Though as far as the student They are accused of breaking New council officers, were ele-cte-d\ : nl> clinics are to be old-red as lot- County" 1964

Doubtless a lot of local memories i I are concerned, the Nassau County Into phone booths at Gordon Automotive for the coming. year, They Include' tows for llmne who mimed pievloui
were revived with the announce. I jschoo's: will be closed, Monday Service, Blue Seas Dine- t.ie:. followingW. : N. Galphin. vaccination periods, : Marshall Slims' 1/11111./ owner of miiiulHv and enthusiasm, Ho Jlaiserved
ment last week that one of the old |January. 27, the schools will be far aurant and City Recreation Center chairman; John Ferreira, sl''r('. Theme missing the clinic held niello/ Million VVQIK In Jacksonville/ an emcee for a nnmbuc houses In Old Town has been acquired from lifeless They were apprehended by Slit '' tary; and members T, II. Askins. January 19 may niukc-up; mid ucllknuwn' personality In this beauty pageants and *nnw*
by the Duncan' ClinchHistorical CLIFFORD W. BRANDIES: of During this "Teachers' Planning Vernon Guest and Officer Curtis Gordon T Butler, and Thomas JShav At the Yulee Health Center any area will nerve as mateler of ceremonies throughout Giorgla and Horlda.
Society of :net Island: )I Callahan was again named Day" Instructors will attend meet. Smith of the local police force *, Monday from 1:30: to 3.30 p.m,: fur tho Miss Nassau Coun. Judges for the contest will be,

as a gift from Fred T Davis of1 I chairman ol the Board of Trustees loge in which they will attempt to I Also present at the meeting were At the Fernandina Beach Health ly High SihiMil". beauty contest to Bill Morse contest manager of.(ho

St Simon Island, who recently of Humphreys Memorial evaduate the first semester's work o FBHS Band Parents Carlos Maxwell, regional super Center any Wednesday, all day, be held February 1st In the city Jacksonville Junior Chamber .-of l
purchased property In Old Town Hospital at the annual reorganIzallonal and plan Improvements for the j visor of the Florida Park Service, At Illlllard any Thursday from auditorium Commerce, Mrs, Ernest L Hull

The most memories probabl belong meeting last week. second. Making plans for the following I Slate Meeting Monday I i and GU Becker superintendent of 10 a m, to 12 noon; Knwlancl, 'the Ole Country Boy," I better known as "Miss Penny" of

to Harry D, Johnson, who was Also named was Louis Ferreira semester and grading exam Ft. Clinch State Park, (Continued on page two) Is remembered for his vibrant per. (Continued on page two)
born In the house when his father as secretary-treasurer for the papers will fill the rest c' the The Fernandina Beach High/
fourth time. Thos. J. Skate teachers' day School Band Parents Association
of the several harbor
was pilots one who handled the heavy ship Jr., was reappointed as attorney Tuesday will be the first day of will hold !Us regular meeting !Monday Big Liquidation Sale Hope"" I

ping that used the local port The for the Board. Other membersof I the second semester which will run January 27 at 8 p.m. In the Now Underway At 6th Graders Back "Project

house Is expected to be restored the Board are Emory "'al. through June 3 for the students band room Of Fernandina
by the historical society and will her T. T. Hernandez and B. C. 'Graduation Is planned (or the 28th Refreshments will be served Alii I Mather ..

portray one of the must colorful Lewis of May. members are urged lu attend I In an advertisement In this IssueIof 'The contribution |10 1(0"( ": |>lv *

phases of the rich history of Frr.nandina the :News Leader, Mather of \Iff.: llurghardt's 6th grade Is sHlip sM ,tTprr""
Beach and Amelia Island. In the right direction sold
; rcrnjndma announces a stoic- t ts
frte : gale Dun Huberts, chairman of the :N.H.. ,
Growth Is Shown wide liquidation
Mrs A M, Smith, of South Flet- !Steady Roy Key, stare manager{ >
chcr Ave? passed on to us this that he and other company rcpicsentatlvcs Hope,
week one of the most applicable have just returned from "It will take the support' of the
quotes I have read In some time I the Furniture Mart In Atlanta I entire community to make this
"These days there are too many By Financial Institutions where they purchased considerable project a success;" Robe-its run

people In too many cars In too new merchandise, i'tinned, thus far the project' movie, s ,J

much of a hurry going in too many The sale Key says, Is In pure em ,1 "Hope In Peru" nun been shown In s,ay
directions to nowhere for noth Fernandina Beach financial In. the results of the past year's' op. Savings accounts are $3,OI'O,:310; .18, mnne-y.savlng buys to their customers 12 civic organisations and over i

Ina." Istltutlons continued to show a ,cialiim," said, Louis! Ferreira, up bv $4*).820 35 over the $4F>!'l'l.!! I and make room for the new 2JJIK school chilJien from the, Jill
*': <:r steady growth during the past president of the bank, "and we're' 6.1257 shown on lust years report merchandise. grade on up In this county A

I like the one about the lady who year as revealed by a comparisonof :| looking forward to 14 with a lot Loans on real estate are $$4,640,,. '' Roberts said that the :Nassau
had just had her first trouble with { recently released financial lIate.I of enthusiasm we are deeply County committee for HOP: win
168191 which |II U11M737 more Fernandina Beach
her Volkswagen and was looking ,I intents with those of a year ago grateful for the confidence shown 'than last year's $442869454 started In early :November hyIr.l> .
under the hood, When another lady Combined total assets of the ui by our customers." ; Weather : John J. Usher, Jacksonville physician ,
Volkswagen owner stopped to lend Florida National Bank and the Deposits at $6,221.333 95. are up Loans on saving accounts are I und a doctor em the S, SHope 1 Wr.. l la'
a hand the first perplexedly look. Fernandina Federal Savings and $1119.1286 from the total of 16,. $18 6:17.93.: being/ $2943308 against 17 I Approved" Wither Stenos ( when II was In Peru .,
ed from under the hood and said It Loan Association al I the end of 10240186 In December! of 1962. ,I last t >'ears' $2)20285! loath Tth At' Lime Street The S. !S I llupe Is presently In : -
appeared she did not have a motor 13! amounted to $13.1i7,33286. Loans and discounts amounted to The year 13! has !been a year Leads. Nolan Oopcratlv Oh server Kqiiuelor: South) '\lIlI'rl"alhel't'" it ;
.140. Mm' Run :
To which the second politely answered Thl figure( shows a gain of $ 84.. S288III4I. which Is $18732518 of growth and proxrm/ fur. u
"I've an extra one In the 169883 during the year more than the previous year' 's to. for Fernanelina Beach generally/ rrlddy, Jan, 17 57 47 II I Iruehliu and working, with the var. .'Are ; f... j'n
trunk you're welcome to" Presidents of both Institutionssay tal of $2,581,478 23, 'said li V Burgess, president Saturday Jan. 18 50 47 'f'I Ions mi die Hi and dental personnel "

it: ,, that they expect the growth The bank li now' In its 77th yearof "The new homes "being built now Sunday, Len, I 19 &5 3-1! flMmday of that and neighboring connlrlri y",
Then there was the gambler who trend lu continue throughout/ 1164! service to this area art "belter. on the average, than Jan. 20 74 47 TTueeiluy After seeing( theIIOI'K: movie Ull'.VfJ: ('f(OVIKIIIITOKX: ( : 'IO( 'TKOJrXT HOPE" pre
had boon enjoying a winning streak The Florida \ilional Bank re. The Fernandina Federal Savings/ "before," added Burgess 'This results December 9, Mrs, Buriduril! -
M 34 IIW'dnl'd"y. ehilrniin
Jan. 21 r< |irt-' enl<-d l"> Su/ann Shiver, of the FundRaising
for several weeks Buying a shiny, port as of Dec 20'reflects assets and Loan Association: formed in In sn Increase In the sue uf Jan 22 63:; 3'1 0 elans dicidcd In form a special
I'rotrram in Mr. Hiirifh.irdtH fith crude
d.iHs"at.
new sports car he headed for tan of $7.WI.77 94, up by S2JIW16I! December of 19J4, new shows a our loans on new homes I'enple| Total rainfall Jim, 1.22 717 Inches ilins piojecl l III rulHc- funds to help !
Vegas to push his luck. The next over the figure of 17307,78825 of total ol $.. 63. ,:;52.92 In assets, This hax'l'11! Improving their proocr-/ with the taNk eif bringing American Kernundina Heath Elementary; School, at she preoc'ft
i4U7! Inches above normal>
week he returned la a shiny, new the 28th day of December! 1962. It up by $53070714 pier the) figure ties too, which II a gwd sign VeI medical knowledge! and doctor HIM! contributions! to Don Robert, chairman of the l'

$rl0B9)) bus I "We ire more than pleated with I year ago of SS,08un.7a., expect I another good year In 1964," The weather Puulio I.l turnurtd Utilities courl..y'wriCla Co. ,r (Continued on pegs' two) nail County Chapter: of "I'reject Hoyt. +,,,, ,










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Two News-Leader! Tcrnflndina Beach, Hoi'!Ida: Thursday: January; 23, I9C1 j Y I pouixti return too There crrale:
I gains and losses can be humid/ ]

'I :since Important nutrients are 0/(!
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Police Chief Parker HomemakerBy I ten missing from the diet

: ill Ai0 STREET PUONES St86 Sil7 Cites Traffic Rules I For The Remember, follow your bnlle

.. A John il. Perry Newspaper I I food needs each day. A priwriv
On Beech Street balanced diet promotes good!
: heath
Rae. Old.tll. Editor sad Msnsir
.. and a trim figure
Police Chief J. R. Parker asked

_,,vysaA"*4 G NATIONAL EDITORIAL this week that altinllin be calc! :+' Mrs. Mary N, Harrison Plans are under way for a dim

( to yellow traffic liars I that now construction Tim ,
clothing ,
In
:.. \"; "J :S rA CGfN() /:J govern trairii on Booth !Street I Home Demonstration: Agent I be geared to the nerds of on 1111'>
"o'/A\\O. : between 14th
and (itrona homemakers emphasizing hone
t1 I
He said that the no pausing tone,I 1 1la 1r __ ___uuu _n___ sewing skills with\ emphasis piuoed ) .
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION has been adopted) for the protic- MV WWYM.M. Y I on efficiency and speed The
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Published every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I lion of those going to and from I I TOO FAT Don't kid yourself! Protein ought to bo Included In group will meet In Fernowl na

Fcroaadlna Beach. Florida ss second claw mail matter I line Fernandlna Broth Hiuh !Scholland ) If you' 'r. (too lat, the chancel are i I' every breakfast It la a "slaying Beach once a week and Is fro II
Subscription Rates: : urged that the ubllc cooperate ( you may be courting death! :'power" that lakes you through! lha will be conducted by the Count

: 14 a year 12.25 8 months ft.25 3 Months In the safely measure. 1 Overweight often li not regarded morning without feeling so hungry Home Demonstration AgentIr
.. S49U a year out of county at seriously as It should be. Over. 'I Then you) won't want to tat so Mary N Harrison Those Interim!

.. State Trooper weight people are more subject t to much when' the noon whistle blows ed in enrolling should write to \|Irs
Hailey
diabetes high blood pressure I That makes it easier to follow Ilarrlion Rt. 2. Box A-l ihlllnrd

YOUR CHAMBER NEEDS YOU 1 Picks Up Juveniles heart disuse, arthritic and kidney ('your planned diet. or call her at 843-3OTO in Ulllwi

ailments according to life Insurance The best way to control body or at 225.37M after 11:30: p m.
The membership drive of the Fernandina Beach Chamber With Stolen Car \Valler lirenn.tn and IHMile Reynolds star In the technicolor atatlitlc. They are more .I weight It to decide the dally

: of Commerce begins on Monday morning and we urge I State Trooper Tom Halley apprehended movie "'I'UIAN J) .THE BACHELOR," being likely to have shorter life ipam I l amount of food you need and to

that every business! in the area served become a memberof I two Juveniles Wednesday shown with a co-hit, "Tammy Tell Me True," at he I Ian ihortneti of breath and be leu 'eat Just that much no more no

this group. morning five miles South of Calls Thei: I re, Sunday: and Monday, January 2627. active I less. A homemaker may need from. HEALTHTOPICS
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... People ihould witch their weight I1,(00 to 1300 calories a day deI
r Your Chamber of Commerce needs and han and they reportedly admitted
you, you, ai I .. r
more and more cloiely at they I pending on her site and kind of activities ..... \
-well, are in just as great need 0 f an active, progressiveChamber taking the ear they were driving grow older A who la U
person .
Without coordinated effort thin of from a service station In Lake BowlerettesBY .
a
type organization I 1
years old require about 20 percent cutting
calls for
Sound dieting !
Wales the night before
: will not be possible. FOLLOW THRU tower calories than a to .year down on calorie\ Intake by eating !
Polk officials and the
You are only asked to become a part of the Chamber i County ANGIE DREW old. simple lunches and omitting betweenmeal .
TsUlTeam
police a year but the Chamber is working for clay juveniles parents Mere nollfli'd Watch MOM calorie I nibbles. Never skimp A Cvelre. of Your 1J00.o 01 ytedlr'our .
you every I The two boss are being held In e. .a "'a Standings L Plus 1..1 iteiieoi. aoe4ry Mild '
..cf the jcar. The fruits of their activities may be seen in county Jail until arrangements are Rtddy Kilowatt : It 41135'!' To determine Individual calorie on breakfast There are about 200''' 5I.eata. M"hr.oli..", .

"the e\er-increaninir flow of tourists through thin section) made for their return to their hume Beach Bar 28 25 40307 aeeda, UK a height and weight calories In a breakfast of 4 cup of ARTERIAL BLOOD CLOT
chart to tint your Ideal weight citrus fruit Juice an egg one slice
"which, until recent years, van/ relatively bypassed. I county h lUddctl Lines 21 26 4081 I I\EMOV\ ALl. A NEW
for your height Tola will vary of lightly buttered tout and unsweetened
: Highway signs and favorable publicity in newt articles Land and Williams 21 30 4125J 350 METHOD
tome, of course. with the build I coffee and at least
and magazines have played no small part In attracting the I High Team, Gmea I of tbe' Individual Decide' what the dessert you''
6th calories In gooey
tourists and vacationers here. GradersContinued Brach) Bar ...,. ,,, . . J4M Blood clots in arteries now
frame you' are. Most people are eat because
I Hidden Lanes ... . . 23(7: : think you tan you may l Ie removed by an ingcmtour
I Efforts to medium frame Multiply your Ideal skipped breakfastRemember device that rakes
are underway constantly attract induatrjand them out
Land and Williams . .. 2371
: here ; agiin' in thin field jour help is needed. ( from Page One) High Ind Games weight by 18 This equals the ap I eat a good breakfastIf A catheter Ike tube \\ lib e
I number of calories deflated balloon at its tip in
Don't forget that many of the routine information ser- and teachers to the people of needy Roth, Williamson . . ... 437 proximate need lay you you want to lose. gain or keep sorted Into an artery until It is 1m

Z\ices of your Chamber of Commerce often result In a new countries creating a better Imageof I 11.'ry'j j Carolyn Ron'land . .. ... 416 I To lose per weight. cut calories 500 I the same weight You owe It to penetrated the clot. 'I'lien UK

"' resident or a new businessman. the American abroad and seI I Louise Wallace . ... .. .. 412 your body Ulloon is inflated with fluid
I curing Health Opportunity for Peo High Team Game I IHadtlen ID 1,030 per day below the number and acts In the man icr of a

He a part of your Chamber. When you are approached !pie Everywhere. I hY WILLIE M\TTSON Lanes . . . S56i ,determined for Ideal weight and WISE DIET WILL KEEP nuke to remove the clot as Hit

"for thin year'" membership, join up and work for the ChurnUT. The project Is entirely supported Twenty-live members ot the i iI i Beach Bar .. . ,. .. 113 and aiming.a.half to to lose two no pounds more than week one- POUNDS OFF Instead rf going the catheter balloon is withdrawn Is i soft and RCCIIKC pliable

It's constantly) working for you. by Americans like the students In I iFBKGA met at the Surf Restaur. Land and Williams . .. 7891 Some lose per on. crash diet to shed those it can lie withdrawn wnlmm
I people can weight on
__ Mrs BnrKhardt 6th grade; the I''ant Tuesday noon, January 21. for High Ind. Game I 1800 calories a day. Others need pounds you've gained over C'irlst- damaging the walls of the

: Him." sold Roberts "Is to continue jlunchron and a business meeting (ITlere (, Ruth Williams . . . . 531 1.400 calorie dally to lose pounds mae, diet the safe sure way. artery.
CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS HOPE at Its present suetesHful ) was some discussion on hav- I D lIt Odim . .. . . .487 The above Is Crash diets may fit you Into last This new technique Is being.

,tempo and perhaps begin raining (ling the past three association ,, Carolyn Rowland . . 4791Florida's !guide of course If only difficulties a general! per. year's wardrobe In a hurry but It u-c,1 Mood I for clot both in arteries common One t)pc of

T COUNTY COMMISSION 10 a.m. 2nd Wednesday after tat Mondsi fund frr another HOPE ship. prt'aldl'nls make im the nomlnau slat. or you have a special health may harm your health too i called a thrombus: a blood tjpei .

Commission Chambers I Mall all contributions to: 1IOPK:, I Ing committee for the coming June I i problem you should see your phy. The bl'stl'ay to take off extra clot blockuitf sn artery and re.
; CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 1:30: p.m. CIt) Box 87, Fernnndlna Bench election slclan pounds and keep them nil Is to plan manure! lolKed in the place
Commission Chambers The Deccmbl'r-Januar)' Ringer low-calorie menus around foods where it formed The oilier lope

HOSPITAL TRUSTEES: : 3rd Thursday 10 a.m. capital Din tournament ended January 19 I Favorite Foods SKIPPING: BREAKFAST DOES you normally eat Have penty ot is an einlxlus which hrcaki
.inn RoomSCHOOL j i City Is Asking Shirley Shave was winner In the NOT TAKE: OFF POUNDS: Skipping variety to stimulate Interest and I may away (from lodyesnywheee its original site HI mid the' I
BOARD tat Tint division with a net 77. Second insure a well-balanced diet >>
Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30 am I SCALLOPED CELERY breakfast doesnt help you artery liSockmK of a mini,
Superintendent's Office I (Continued from Pane One) division winner Wit Harriett Waas I take off those extra pounds. This type of dieting helps developnew I artery is e dangerous conditu. u
I P-TA EXECUTIVE: BOARD last Thursday 3:30 p.m. Jr. and In the third group Minnie Hnrvry 2 cups cocked celery cut In This mistaken Idea about losing food habits, which you can and calls for operative intervention .

High Cafstorlum Charles Cooper appeared be. and Joyce Ent/mlngcr tied( fir pieces I weight by omitting breakfast caus.es continue even after you've reached at ,the earliest pontible

: P.TA MEETING tat Thursday 8 p.m Jr. High Cafetorlum fore the Commission and requested j I low net, but Joyce won on) a Iud. I l'I 1 rap\ medium white sauce : many women and gills to feel your weight goal. It'll prevent' moment tf.
KIWANIS CLUB the dedication by the din death playoff i matching I tablespoon finely minced onion those extra pounds from returning The balloon catheter technique -
Each
Monday 6:45 p.m. Seaside Inn I | sluggish and cross and to slow
3 tablespoons grated cheese I. ] nrcorilniK to those Mhodevised I
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3:30 p.m. HosplU) City of certain streets In a subdivision cards). Lucille S"eattI'al the Buttered bread crumb I down. .. And lake It slowly A pound or *,*ea ,il.v aceompii.lres| I,
Dining Room platted ''In 1958 of Fcr. I most Improved j jI i iI ; Skimping on breakfast can only I I two off a week is plenty. At this extraction of blood clots from'
:JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Loung4 nandlna Dock and Realty Co I The Tuesday tournament was a I Ii Salt and pepper 'mean' that you are cheating your rate you can I lose 10 to 20 poundsIn loop >eR LIONS CLUB C.ICB Tuesday Seaside Inn property between 15th and Clt-i(best ball, The winning team wasBetty ; Put the celery Into a greased I body of Its nutritional needs Re. i less than three months I Before'going tree Fur HIM:nice, the citheur
w 7pm. rona Subdivision and Beech York, Harriott Waas, Winnie baking dish. Add the cheese to the I member that It' been time I cnn l be thrcadc,I down to in rat.I
a a long on a diet of 1.203 calories or
-ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seaside Melton and Lucille Svcatt In ,white sauce, flavored with onion 1.lnc. Ira of below! and can sweep the
INNAMERICAN Street and Lime Street last night dinner and your I II i less a day it's best to consult your arteries. of, time extmni.
the nine.hi le event Kntzjmlniur end It the Cover upper
Joyce ) celery.
LEGION and On the motion of ,Sorensen anda I '' pour over (body needs breakfast to function doctor to be sure you're In good ties as well state the dcMniur
lat led
; Mondays 8pm. at Leitloi won with a low net of 41. with the buttered crumbs and bake .
I properly until noontime. of the device. 'I I he catheter
_, Home second by Commissioner Hilton i iI health \>roretliirc
CITY PLANNING Kitchens the requested action was I I'|In a modi'rote men until gulden tf you cut down or omit the Special food preparations and lu<' byre u BOARD Srd
o. Chambm Thursday City Lummiitlun taken by unanimous vote. Receive I i brow n. morning meal, you will bo more ; meal combinations often recommended c\enUt, the turn. the
12,834 main trunk from which I die
WOMAN'S CLUB let Wednesday Woman's Club Bid!*. The Cnmmlfislimrs heard the I BIG WHEAT USERS I likely either to snack before I lunchor lor quick results may arterial nyitem stem, ace r In, st
first rending of 'an Ordinance to eat more than you need at sound glamorous but often they're to |J>gru)<>aU4s who dcnll>pctl
BOY SCOUTS '
OF ..
; AMERICA l'I. ... Dintrlct
2nd '
: Seaside Inn 6pm Friday providing fort i permanent single, (Continued. from Page Onp) Kenya Tanganyika and Uganda the regular noon meal. You'd be I Ii tiresome Many people on a crash tint novel plan.
I
consume about 135000 metric tons better oil U you ate a moderate diet often return to their old eating
MERCHANT'S ASSN each Srd reglntratltm system for the registration At Callnhnn Thursday from i I(I | ''
.. Thursday Noon Luncheon I any i of wheat annually I breakfast. I 4
habits t and then the unwanted -'l
of oil qualified elcttcrs In
Seaside Inn f 1,30: t to( 3::39 p 'm. ... |I __ -=
t CHAMBER COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon 12:18 the City of Fernamllna Beach Type it I'ar'lnll111 no given' '
Seaside Inn I On the lnlrrciiitli| >n by Soren- Sunday Mtrrh I, 1K4( at rllnlrs .f I
i I
Z BUCCANEER COIN CLUB S p.m. :2ml! Monday each month rern'and stconip* fo>' Commissioner Uirniiii.'iiiiitnssiu Cuiin"y. :
; CEN DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd MOB Jinn TlllukoH I ho lint reading Fir those who inl'std Typo III :

? day each month 8 p.m. IV Room at Recreation Center I was unanimously approved. vaccine, Rocker advised toting I ho .

: NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MACON3::: 2nd and The Commission approved an Type II March 1 and then takhit. ,
m 4th Thursdays 8pm. Masonic Temple agreement! with the Junior ChamI the type nr types mlmi at 6 H
AMELIA LODGE NO 47 I jbcr of trmmine' fir the use of week Intervals alter that.
F. A A M 2nd and 4th Tuesday
II pm Masonic Tempi the municipal airport for the annual

-HOBEIN LODGE No. 104 Kn'ghts of P/thliis; let. and 3id Thtri sports car races. sponsored Miss NassauContinued
days II p.m. Masonic Tempi I by that group I COMMERCIALPRINTING

.FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS .- 2nd and Its Sorensen modes the favorable
Monday of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple 'motion and urged all support to ( from !Pnito One)
I CHAPTER 55 ORDER I 'the cmliavir Tlliakos steondcd
EASTERN STAR tat and Sid Tuesdays< Romper H,mm; and Joe Lnnoseowner ?
land
Masonic Temple the! vole was unanimous.
I of La Rose Fiotwcnr: Shop|
ISPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 PM. Recreation Ccntel. In connection with the rates In Jatksnnvllle

Lounge Chuck FltninkiMi rnie chairman, Tickets fur the patiiant are avail-

; IIIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB Sid Monday of month at u |p.m> I asked for permission of the Cityto able now and/ may only bj pur-1 I
\G\OLIA GARDEN CLUBSid: Monday of month at 8 P.M. allow the Jiveeps to sill beer chased from the rnntistnnls from I '

; ROSE CIRCLE lit Monday ... ..,.?. .................... .... 8 I'M I at the liaik during the rates 'now until January :JO! These 1U1-

; FOUNDERS: GARDEN CLUB 4th Iildu/ ..... ........... ... .. 3 P.:U Sorenvn mood a:>l'rovollnd vance tickets are T3c< .

MAGIOI.J.GARDf.I:; : CLUB 4tli Tuea"lay .... .. .. .... .. 8 pH Tlllakofi. sFcindid' The motion After the advance 'a'e ride. tic. : ', I. .

: AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday .........,............",..,.,. g P.M. pawned (lute ti ono with Mayor Mats" may he purdmscil at tin dour ,, .
: E. J. Johnson \'utlnlelYe! and easily fur $100, so get your ticket I "
2::0 I lichthmix Clicle r. IAN., r StJ< '
Kitchens voting no. Kitchens rally and be assured of a Beat (ari
STITCH A BIT CIIB lit and 3rd Monday .. 7:30: P.M .
? .
qualified his no with the statement ,tills. gala annual affair
AMERICAN: : LEGION: AUXILIARY Pcat 54 4ti!
Tuesday I at
p.m. that he felt the Jaycees The 14 Quern will receive a I
:_ Legion Home should I not be asam'latedl'lth the 92M;; scholarihip t> further her .

'isle of beer j, higher education I I ::. Is A Specialty With Us
,
The Commission approved a re.comnn The new Miss: !Nassau' County"

.. 'mlatiim from the City I will be a guest at the Golden Isle ,
Board of Adjustment that var. I Chorus Show "\\ Itli A Song In My

g What's Still Good I lance on lots In Old Town be permitted Heart" to be presented February I
In order for an owner to 8 at 8 p.m. at the rernandlna Beach'

ill Hue the lots and replace an old,I Huh School. andltoi'lutii.

4 house with alII'II'( one. Motion Other tutsm on the program Chech: your supply of Letterheads Envelopes Business
,
vas by Tlliakos and second by will be tin Atnmnnlts from OrI
Kitchens I lando: the Blnikslu Hudlusfrcmmatkslunr ,
;I I Ga; Artists of liar Cards Office Forms other kind of
I Crmmlsdlomr Tilhkns asked or any printing you
from Jarksimllle Beach
I I that the fee charged the Aml'rl.I'I'many ;
and. of course, the Golden 1 Isle !
can 11 Auditorium'film for use for of a the wrestling Munltlpnl ,; Chorus may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
The first part of the show will
match be waived He was backed
I I feature a Valentine (thl'me. and the I
by Sorensi
tip Introduction of ":\1181 Nassau
a City Manager! David Gatchcl'j' ,"

{objected to the waiving and I County Make plans now to attend the'I If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

After It's All pointed out that certain damagewas pageant on February 1 and the '
dune to 1 the floor of the auditorium Golden Isle Chorus program on
also citing the cost of'I' February 8. and moot the new our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

lighting and heating the buildingfor ,
Mlis Nassau County High School.

Used Up? After surh use considerable. discussion ...,.......". fingertips of oil printing produced in our plant.
matey SayttPrertat
'the waiving was approved but

:Mayor ihnsnn urged that a I
: f' 7, m' OCT NIA(
An EMPTY checkbook
standard proeediire he drawn up 1

:: Why? I: for center such s facilities use of the recreation :;; tea Our printers take pride in their; work and you arc assuredof


: because the reeoru of past I.penditurtl i Is itill with City :Manager David Gatchel t ,: .

: you. Loose receipt of cash payment can be lost : revealed that a new' fireman a neat, clean and accurate job.
Francis Cox will be added to the
or misplaced but your empty checkbook II a dated
Fire Dip.irtmint on lib. 1. He
: record that hei proved! its value over and over. also said III it nil that date t ire. -

rr man Ilirbtrt fuUlld.111I: bei y PHONE
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'It'vali'd to the position. if Liiu .:.

r tenant, 261.3686

Mayor Johnson, read a pro lanuilu .

FLORIDA National Bank .n naming Jan 27 as Chum or
her of Cininunc I)ny and urged,

: ..... .._...,....-"......-'.... I I' cotptrallon! drive In the current membtrihlp ; 261.3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERge

A
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I| OF ('OIR>Fmi Range Final

: I I Ir "\ don't stem to realize on
\ | which side- your bread Is buttered
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, I What j dots; It matter? I talj; I Trade At Home I

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News-Lciuler: Fcrnnmlina Beach' Flonda-Thursday, January 21: ]IflCl! Pngo ThreeSTOREWDE
\ Poole Gives L :
j N J;, ;? Rotary _____ __ : __ _


Brief On Functions


:Of Commission


'i BY TAIL VURUHK STOCK(
Harry Punk. pi'eminent local
I businessman, spoke to the lint! in';
I Club yesterday/ In his rapul'ily18
chairman of the Nassau (busty
Board of Commissioners! and explained .
N, 4iut" r rst I In detail the functions -
and limitations of (that admlnls.I ..
ar I tratixe body

Poole, Introduced by Itoluilni/ JLIQIJ
Dlif LE
I Tommy Shave, who Is utliirnev fi'i
at the commission, gate nut only a '
concise uutllnc nf the Inuh's cur.
( I rent activities but also described,
the growth of Florida county rim.mlssirners .
iF 'k and their Influent from

t< I early days of the lath'! cc-ntury,
Rotary President Hugh'\ )P Stone HOLLYWOOD BED
THE KRAFT ATHLETIC CLUB held Us shoal installation of officers last week in was In the chair at t the meeting In '-. '
the club home at Ten Acres. New officers and directors, left to right are Carl Bur \Seaside Hotel and Invited inlrotluc- t ; ;;, ENSEMBLE

ford, Secretary John Thirsk. Wayne Dot son. Vice President Vernon Dough, Virgil lion of several guests ho Included: w p Mhtr!+ w.y y ,. TWIN OK not ii.i: siuItox

Harper, President Pete Schutlinif, \V>'man Hughes, Treasurer Raymond IeeIule: Kit- Guy II. Allen, a 'passlnn-, vt Springs:
trell and Chris Johnson. Directors not present for picture are John Smith, Jr., Rich through" Rolarinn torn'1st from' I_ Ii(i IHIJ.4'I:
ard Foster, Carl Green, Richard Miner and Claude Mitigate.FOLLOWING California; Artie Bow en and Charlie -
I Scruggs! from Jacksonville Ir.nl'follrin;: 1Ltltesat' : :
Jim Beard Introduced the two sen- "' s Il'ddinICIIIH: :
I lors from Fcrnaiulma Hindi Ilmh ,I $ .i855
Sells For : "
S.VMI!
School, weekly guests of the club, ypmi
this time Carl oilers mid Larry $1 IIOt1) \ N: !
r e I Canon, I ': ., -
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t
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Poole explained that mine of the fjjJ/A1\VI/ CHAIRTJ tI
county commissioners could netIndividually
: ::
I on any project) submit.I I OTTOMAN
ted to them, but hud by l.w lu
consider each case on a collective j S.\\K: $::11.011( )

basis, subject to a m.tjniitv vole
WE HAVE JUST '
at meetings open\ to the publii1 j RETURNED BRAND MW: $3800
Among the local 11I'1I\'IIII's lillii'll'
I he Indicated might! gel positive lie t FROM\ THE ATLANTA\ FURNI$1 DOV/H
_
1 tlon during" the calendar year nf

11004l'al Fourteenth the Street resmf.uIng, Ho said of Ninth other I lURE MART' WHERE WE PURCHASED 5 PC L DINETTE

obligations of the oininission.. l.i- '

hcritcd from the punt had slowed OUR FURNITURE FOR 36"x4S" Tabo!
down progress on this work '

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I Chief J. R. Parker 1964 ; 4 Vinyl Covered


Attends CoursesIn KQW WE/ MUST Chairs

J NothingDown

CriminologyChief I MAKE( ROOM TO $3800Scndron .


of Police James R Parker I ; DISPLAY THIS MERCHANDISE
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recently completed a course In I
criminal InvestlunlIon given bv the
Florida Institute for Continuing % TOOICOIv1
THE INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS of The Kraft Athletic Club last t'niveislty Studies, 50-60-70 SAVINGS

Meek at Ten Acres!, members enjoyed an evening of fellowship and an oyster roast. The course was held Tallllhah81'1"j AT THIS
Members are shown as they partake of the large and succulent bivalves that come from ville. g ALL MERCHANDISE IN OUR STORE ''
the waters of Amelia Island. Parker attended: classes; eachWednesday I I Step 'Fables ,
night for twelve weeks :
,,ilwlt Tittles
on his own lime and at his awn

First of Civil, I Lions See Film j i' Clayton Elected President Sanders expense college,, This course was level an \undergraduate ?, NATURALLY WEIL WANT TO KEEP l'nekluil I'alrieg I Iit's

I has 'Ived his
Parker Just rcci
Defense ClassesSet On Project i Hope I Of Credit Union "Grade Report" of an A, OUR WALLS AND CONCRETE FLOOR- Illiinnd. W nti i
Chief Parker Is now attending a
I course In Criminal and "l'Ilnljlll'nlbeha'lor New I1ncd ii
,
27The Fernandlna Beach Lions I meetIng
January a psvcholiiiiv\ coumc Alttvedn
Tuesday night In regular { BUT THE FURNITURE
q I dealing parlll'ularlyl'lth juveniles
Sheriff DcVtirtmcnt '"fin!!);,i heard wecUysesslon! Don" Roberts\ at tell Seaside of Ube>; "work Inn c,, ,Nr A"9e i This Toiirse In "tlso .givenbv t>' 1/i Price

the Nassau Civil Delcnse Dlicctor I I being done by Project Hope and Florida Institute for Continuing '
will conduct a three-hour class In I saw a film llulstratlng this humane i University Studies.At = HAS TOG 0 lY N'o Gitnm'cka
radiological monitoring on Monday, effort ol the time the course started "I=i hA3Y TIII.Ny
January 27, at 6:30 p m, In the I he was the only one outside of Du
The film showed The Hope, II .
val County enrolled.McKendree
Court Room, Nassau County CourtHouse
North American hospital mercy
I ship, as It docked In Trujlllo.) Peru,
This class will be followed by t Named
and told of the work done by its ,
another three-hour dais on Mon.
I staff In the South American city ; t!''To International
day, February 3, at the tame place t
and same time. !> \ I Pictures of i number of the more Assessing CommitteeEddie ,
All regular city and'Wnnty; polIce -:pitiful and once hopeless cases
were shown as they were first examined .
cfliccrs of Fernamlma Beach McKcndrcc, Nassau ('UUlI
Callahan, and Hillinrd, all constables by the ship's staff of medl. ty Tax Assessor, has been mimed
all members of the fire:I cnmen\ and women and of the to the Important Constltulion.il lie- ny
,departments of Nassau county lame cases after they had been 'j'jI vision Committee of (he International .
municipalities: all sheriffs auxiliary treated and restored to a more Association of Assessing Of
deputies; and all members of normal and happier life flees. 4. SECTIONAL
the Shcrllfs Water Patrol and I Roberts and the narrator of the The announcement of l\IcKI'n. PIECED
Posse are urged to attciUI both I film told of the procuring of the drce's appointment came from AM 10AM:\ :
classes hospital ship how It Is staffed by Charles A. Henson, Jr" of At' ( HEAVY ILUFKY NYLON PILE: (,oVlm
Anyone< previously trained In radiological I doctors, nurses and technicians on I lanta, president. I 2 PC.
monitoring, and those,I a months volunteer basis with The County, Hospital City, Federal Chairman of the committee II Is i ONLY SO HURRY! $16288
who are Intel'ested In !I'arnlnhow/ no pay Credit Union held Its firth an. Gerald I Burr, who Is atoll ch to become a radiological monitor He also: told of how the ship will i iI I nual meeting on January 16 In the man of the:: Mate Tax Commissionof ; : ; r
are Invited to attend I'I visit numerous' other such cities; Commission Room at City Hall, Michigan
This Is another In the Merles of I I throughout the world and of the I II with President James Graves pre. t4 ALL NEW t 7 PC. DINETTE

training classes being jointly con I need for funds to terry on this siding./. Teachers' i/e 1
ducted by Nassau County Civil Defense humanitarian work Various committee reports were' County Silfit 1 VINYL COVlltri( : :: : IIUUS; !
( and the Nassau County Slur Itoberls has shown: the film to a I I given and a V'> percent dividend Credit Union Holds SIUlm\) SIKhL. .: IKVMi; $6666

life Department As soon as the number of other local groups as I payment as declared fur share-'Membership Meet 'I,1'I''InNG Save $2:1.2: !) Vinyl I Floor
('II,%llt
holders.
radiological monitoring classes are well as to local schools. I I '
: 6x72 TABLE 4 In Stock
completed classes will be conducted I Lion Doug Decker assisted Roberts : Directors were elected as follows The Nassau County Teachers -
In communications map 1 I with the projection of the] : Clayton Sanders, Ben Clarke I Credit Union held its annual membership Ot1LY Covering6x9
reading and use of firearms. : I and James Graves, to serve 2 meeting Thursday, January
"It Is strongly urged that'e I Ihal'e film as he has done at other such 118 COMPLETE' BUNK BEDS
yean each, and David Catchel, one In the county court room. r $7325 RUGWIDE
a maximum attendance for show Ingo.
year Dean Blankenship, president pre. ylll'Ih: "I'KAMFS
the scheduled classes," sjld Waiter Following the regular meelingl, SELECTIONReg. : )
Elided! to the credit committeewere ''sided.
CI\IW;( Ran, i,AInnRSI'RINS ; Reg. $139.95M
J, Preston, Jr. Director, Nassau President Ben Clarke conducted a The I members voted In nui-pt
I Eddie McKcndrce, James
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County Civil Defense. meeting of the board of directors. Parker, and Frank Snyder I the supervisory committee's recuinmendHlion ; & us; $488
-- -- ,i The new directors met at noon that a I 5V' dividend : ONLY $9444 $8.95
Monday! and elected officers for the be declared on savings accounts --e: e ,
coming/ year as follows: Clayton The Nassau County Tejther.Lredit .
Sanders, Mrs. Union, composed of employ I I
president Belly
!NpW Games, vicc-presldeiit; : .... T, II. ecu of the Board of Public InMruc t r ) DECORATOR TABLE 1. BPS
and members of their' fumllieswas i I
i'27 GtHilsby, treasuicr; and Ben tills
: o ( Clarke, secretary organised In 1'151. As of Dei'' UIIIK: SHLKITION: ; L'KKVIC: i\SB; ;

:Named to I the supervhiiry committee ember 31, 1163! its total assets were I -' Tor The I Price of I
were, It. E, Townsend, C. $t>38l5lOfficers 16 50/Q
;
R, Bennelt and James A, Beard. ',Board of fur Directors, the coming, Ueun year lil.inkcnship are I RUlUR> CHAIRS CHARGE IT! Savings i

. Move into I preside, Mrs, Hurls I !.1 1.1-:1": oVlm: l'lU1\f: XMAi --
Beard, tieasurer: Mra Anna '
t Sethcr, Horace Hulliday. :Mrs Ada I JIt\-: U NC11' sACi: $2iflU: CEDAR CHESTS lu\ '(lJ' :IIII, ISIl
that long \ Rcvell, and :Mrs, Elsie Willis; Sup. bOIIU ( .I).\11ruml
jgE crvlsory Committee1: John Wilson. I I 13"x1N"x16" LOCK) & KKY:
-, and :Mrs, Janice }HoU $4488 {
awaitedhome Glenn Long I I'KHFECT: GIFT. KH THE $2766
lis; Credit Committee: A, H I'll.well
ONLY Mn: I.avonda :Me Curdy, I limn; ,
!' \ ( IIFIJIT:
of and :Mrs Franscena Jjcobs I 1 R .Sr7., 7
5551 e9" $3995ONLY 1 LEFT .. : 11O1cN:(
k YOU CAN I :..r.A:

your own! PREVENTFOREST Buccaneer CoinClub I 'w", .
Elects U- '
Your dream of a home of your own can come gloriously
New Officers I MA TliER
true :\OA! lon-cwt Home Loan from u.i!
AI a recent meeting of the Burean'r COMPLETE BEDROOM GROUP
takes care cf the financing. Terms arranged to
FIRES Onto ('luh. Paul t'Nh *acflectcd
suit jour income! president. :Mrs\ bill )IItI) .*;:':-1tI: \IIIUIOI I 1)\) En 111 EST Of : -

I Uelton was elected vice piexlili-nt) t: )OI'BU: SIU: ICUU.\s.: .; BI:1)F :
nsoesrw and Ed :Mahoney accepted the post
Fernandina Federal ., "JUI': SEu"no:( (
is secretaryIrea'urt'r.The
meeting nlahtI a also S A $ 00 FernandinaSouth 1
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Four Newa-Leader: Feniantlln\ Bach\ Florida Thur !uy, January 23: 19G4!> j I Chri.tmu'tenlha mudo by the

School Echoes. club to duewate publlo buildings
Edith Flood Circle High I at Christmas, the Christmas tree

Meets At Home of I December Bride I II '* JJetosf .120tC5 '* I BY NED TYSON for the, and children's tile maintenance ward at the of hoi.pltal the.

Mrs. J. M BushThe --- I club's garden plot at the dept
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Mrs. Kenneth Dole Simmons Magnolia Garden Club will meet Tuesday, January ,
28 at 8 PIIIn the home of Mrs, R M. White.r At this time, midterm examlna. i Mrs Jones reported on the com.
Edith Flood Circle of the prior to h'r'eddln, on December < it lines art among the mOlt Import H. F. Sahlman Shows bind garden clubs' project of

Memorial Methodist Church held IIregular a 1, 1463 was Mils GwondolyrJini The ant topic oo the minds of F.B,H,B. Garden Club beautifying South Fourteenth
Pythian Sisters of Kernnndlna Temple 7 will\ meetIn Cornelia :::
monthly meeting at the ; ; Brewer, daughter of Mr. am' regular session Monday, January 27, el 7 p m, at the Masonic student. The examinations are being (I I Street. This project, being done In
residence of Mri. J. M. Bush on Mrs. Virgil/ II Harper of 101 North: Tempts A public Installation of olfhcri will be held administered Wednesday) irilm On S. America I i'co-operation with the city, provides
January 14. Mrs. Mary Core was lit 8 p,m. The Sunshine Girls will present their first public I Thursday, and Friday of this week, !I' for the planting of East Palatka
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the cohostels.Mr IWIi Street The bridegroom Is tins A high light of the program at t'
courtesy drill at this time. The public Is Invited. 'with two exams given each day illolley. Cocas: Australia palms,
W. L. Lay, the chairmanopened ,, son of Mr and Mrs. Normnn R < i-, A Senior lass { the Monday afternoon meeting of !I Ii I nod Arizona Cypress along the 14th
the I StoL-fllcr, 1112 North llth Street!, I the i Camilla Garden Club was al|let.
meeting by Introducing heldant right-of-way.
meeting was
The Sunshine Girls Council tic,, 7 will meet al (theIa.: I film shown by H. F Sahlman, taken
Mrs L. A. Phelps who presentedthe ; ? Tile wedding was si.lcmnl/ed a' sonic Temple at 3:30: pm. Tuesday, January 28. Dofres.i.nients I : Thursday ins In The mlmberslreed that It Is
i during| his extensive travels I II
Spiritual Life devotions rJ: 'i, six o'clock by Rev E. L. Morxar will be served wv I h e auditorium. I Central and South America now too Ute to plan a spring lower

After the secretary and treasur. ;' at Nahunta, Georgia. +r ft \ Seaboard Rail.a :Mrs L E. Sellers entertained : show for Wl, but suggest I hat
.r'. reporli Christmas notes from a rcpreicnla. should begin early for
y
Mr. and Mrs Ronald Bowden ol The Women of the First Presbyterian Church of Suwan.: ( the group In her home with Mis. : planning
Mr*. Flood and Dorothy Ann Hugh nee I'resbvlerlal District !lye was on hand such a show next year
NI) I will meet Tuesday January Franklin Joan and Mr, Molr'ln'SallYI'r
I Jacksonville the attendants
Idle, a missionary, were read were only 2im lo discuss Sen. ,
at North Shore Presbyterian Church In Jacksonville. a a* co-hostesses Fifteen members and one guest
The major part of the meetingwas '4yy< 4 ; Mrs Arthur: Hughes will spctk. ''or Class trip In I Iihe Committee repurt touched on I' enjoyed the unusual/ oriental dessert
devoted to planning a dinner td4, Mr. Simmons graduated from which Is to be served to a local Fernandlna Beach High/ School ''n1'xn The Fcrnandlna Junior Hlgh-Elcmcntary School P.TA ,dv year There was,J during the social hour fallowing
organization In the near future, and li now employed at Hayonler will meet February 6th In the Jr. High catctoilum/ Guest I also some dlscui. ed with Lee High School, and our the meeting
Mr. B. F, Dickens, the WSCS Inc. speaker will be Dr J, Bruce Wilson, president cf Brevard Ion of Senior Clais parlies negative team debated with Flet.
president, was visiting with the They are residing at the Log Jr College Our basketball team journeyed cher. Those who did extemporan. Friends of Mr. and airs Hugh
to Macclenny last Tuesday night i coos speeches were Judged by a
Manor on South Fletcher Avenue. .
Hunt will regret to hear of the 11'1'
group She announced several or.ganieatlonal to defeat the Wildcats In both the 'debate coach from the various
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mN'tlnllsl'hlch should |I Mrs Miller A. Hamrick, Suwannct Presbyterial World vanity and B-team games, Friday participating schools I lOlls Illness of his lather 111 Me.Donough .

be of interest and urged the mem. Mrs C, Cranford !Mrs Bowers Presents Mission the Presbyterian chairman, will World be guest Missions/ speaker and at the a joint Presbyterian meetingof night however were lets for. TboleI ho participated from Ga

bens to attend Sunday evenln;'* Hostess To Edna Mission ProgramAt World Missions for Wcmen to be held at the First Presby. tunate as the Bollei Cadets Invadedour FBIIS and the number of points I Friends of !Mrs Mercury Kay.
gym and defeated us In both earned by each are:
terlan Church, Sunday 2 5 .
at
worship service when a ipeclal February pm ouklia will regret to hear she entercd
Davis Circle MeetThe Circle MeetingThe games. Both were extremely exciting Margaret Smith 5: Kathy AI. St Vincents Hospital In
program launching the twenty' as our margin of defeat In
lison 5; AI Jones 10; Lyn .
fifth anniversary celebration of the Edna Davis Circleof Me. Myrtle Burgess Circle of each game was only two points Wilson 10; Fred Mlihnt-1 2, I Jacksonville last Sunday, to undergo
founding of the Woman' Society morlal Methodist Church met recently Memorial McthodKt Church met The Debating Society recently I I Jeff David 9.: Diane Bean -1; treatment for back con.

.of Christian Service was given In the home of Mrs. C Thursday January 16, at tho homeof Married participated In debating end ex. I Celeste Hardee 3, Janice S weal I dltlon resulting from a fall.
Cranford with Mrs. L. 0. Carpen. Mrs. M. K. Forehand Mrs Ro. January 17 I temporaneous speaking In Jackionvllle 1- 10: Charles Burns 11; and
Mrs; Don Brown read a report on ter as cohostess.Chairman Bert Gray, chairman, welcomed Our affirmative team debat- Mike Rvlant 5. CARD OF THINKS

,"Missions New Slradlgy for Mrs. W W Stewart, I : : members, and :two new I The club now has a total of 83 With deepest gratitude we extend
,World* Revolution" for the \Missionary Jr. opened the mrt'tili'lth/ a minute me'mbe'rs Mrs J, A. Roblson, and points this word of thanks for toe' many

Education study of silent prayer for the Moyrtfamily 'I Vis. J. 0. Knblson! Stork ClubRecent The member of the Debating t kind acts of sympathy, expressedby

Following the benediction, the I In their recent sorrow She An inspiring/& spiritual message Scilcty: are now preparing/ for the thoughtful friends These kindnesses .
hostesses served refreshments to welcomed the 12 members present was given by Mrs. Ed. Jones dlNtrict meet that will lake placein I have meant much to us
I arrivals! at Humphreys
'the 11 member and Mrs. Dickens The spiritual life program was I' of the late
For ntlxftlnnary education Mrs Memorial Hospital, February at Jacksonville Lnlv.ersily. I (signed) Tlie family
The. February meeting Is to be given by Mrs L. K Nolan: II was David, Dowers reported many In. Mri. Nellie Vosbury
A son Daniel Keith born Dee.ember
entitled "J Resolved In the New _.
at the home of
Mrs. Franz Mitchell' t'rcRtinlacls/ about Africa's Muurllinlji --- -' -- --
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I Year" For the missionary eduia. 20 to David and Layne AI.atop
a country Inhabited mainly .
lion prrgnm, Mrs R. B. of 1627 Atlantic Ave I
Mrs. Helen F. Hicks. Mr. and wood rend a \letter from Edna l'Ol'k'l\ by nomads of the Islam religion. t' ( ,u bfl A son, Dennis Wayne', born Dec.ember I \ill I'fU
:.iMr: Francis Coleman and Mr. Brown, a missionary nurse. Also! highlighted by Mrs. Dowers 25 to Roy and Josephine : f"t '
mid Mrl. Curtis Coleman returned Forty-nix visits were reported by were facts about Ohio's color. I Crews, Rt. 1, Fcrnandlna Bench. I IT PAYS TO .l :
Monday after attending/ the Fields members' It was announced that I fun John Stewart who In 1816 was A son, Daniel Lamar born Due 1" ', a
Yeunldn In Lumbortnn, North Car. WSCS will be held In the Pariah 'I I the first true missionary. Statistics j ember 26 to Raymond and Ruth BORROW MONEY ':'' '"

llna. Guests numbered la the 20'a Hall Monday, January 17 at 10 given at this meeting reminded |Cook, Chester Rtc, Vulce.' I O '

.t Mrs' Ada Fluid' home a,,m. with the Edna Davis and \Myrtle I i members just how mission-minded A daughter, Teresa Beverly) born e sal.\. '
Burgtss Circle In charge of i the Methodist cluiroh Is 1 December 28 to Russell' and Diana I II ...At The Right Time

the luncheon. The program Is to I The Myrtle Burgess Circle will Tyson, Rt. 1, Fernandlna Beach .In The
t Right Way \
be presented by the district officer be co-hostess for the WSCS I A son Charles Homer, born December '
Cooper's Laundry who will he guest for the day. luncheon meeting to be held Mon. 29 to Albert and Edith ...At The Right Place
February 4 a study course will day, January 27, In Parish Hall. ,Crowley, Rl. 1, Box IS, Fernindlna -,. ...
( CoinOperatedLaundry be held In the Parish Hall on the Members are urged to attend r Beach.
subject of "The Christian Familyand A son. David Carlton born January c_=-- : When you have' more (tills than you can

and Dry Its !Money" Luncheon will\ be Mrs Weisner Hostess Qky, I I to Carl and Carol Loguc, --.:: manage,that's the -oplltlmatoamng.a
< i il it =:a consolidation loan. When deal
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served for a nominal fee and the Rt. 1, Fernandlna Beach you
Cleaning nursery will be open To Bethany WorkersOf I A daughter, Karen Dunlce, born -= QA.C.evaythingIshasdlsdonasimplifiedbillswlth I

The meeting was closed with the I January 5 to Edward and Aunau the P8ymentt.rm'llIred to suit
I Mrs.. Doris Howard, circle benediction.A 1 st Baptist ChurchMrs. Mlxon, St. Marys Ga. / pocketbook.

Manager John Weisner, president of A son Jeffrey Kyle, born Jan
14th IE Beech Streets now device measure the (cm.pcrature the Bethiny Workers Class of the uary I to Grady and Ronnie Bis*
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of the brain with sound First Baptist Church, presided at G hop Rt. 1, Box 312, FernandinaBeach .

_. waves the business session of the January k leans up V t. 5600
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14lli meeting held at her home A son, Shawn Patrick born January .
Mrs. Phil Stewart was co-hostess, 8 to Bill and Corolyn Dobro-
J Try Before You Buy- Mrs. Cleo Brinson gave the de. I sky, North 15th St. I G.A.C. FINANCE
I vatlonol, taken from the 7th chap. !Mr\ and !Mrs James Eugene Hrazell A ion, John William born January .
ter of Matthew I 10 to John and Alice Blocker, CORPORATION
it 14 DAY FREE TRIAL I A report was (live i H* on absentee. \Miss Shirley Arlcen' Wilder, Yulee. l I
Ism and Us effect on the class daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arren A son, Gary Michael, born January "MOUN' PAVMINia, 505
f NO CONTRACT TO SIGN grade Os aid Wilder, became the bride: I Thomas-Tippins 11 to Charles and Shirley I YOU en 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS 11 MON HS 11 MONT
of James Eugene Brazell In a love I New, Rt. 1, Box 199, Fernandina S 7500 S .06 S 5.47 f 7.5
Following by Mrs E. R
prayer ,
CULLIGAN. SOFT WATER ly candlelight ceremony on Friday Beach.A I
16000 S 949 10,79 II.b
Moore the members enjoyed a so- ToldThe t'.1
evening, January/ 17, at the Spring Engagement .
Acle born
son Randy January I
, RENT AS LOW AS .150 PER MONTH clal hour. Refreshments were hill Baptist Church. 12f00 2486 21.35 3069 ..2.5
13 to Aclc and Myrtlce Atbrttton
E 1 HOME OWNED SALT DELIVERY served to the 16 members present I 60000 34,39 3934 <4J 66 59.3
: : The WeNner home was decorated Tie Rev Dan E, Wade, pastor, Dinsmore.
CARl. AND KUDJIA QUATTLEHAUM with a profusion of lovely spring l) performed the double ring cere. A daughter Karen Lynn, bcrn 308 Atlantic Avenue
stony at seven thirty o'clock. January 16 to Slanley and Linda
-- PH. 2A1-3221; JESSE MIXON 26M057: : flower. I| I
.... j The bridegroom Is the son of Branch, Box' 378 Fernandina Beach rnsmdlna' Beach, Florida
---- -. her and Mri. James Alec Bra/ell. Mr. and Mrs Frank J Sinles of
Telephone 261-3611' ,. '
1 I Mrs. Mary Harrison Mrs. Dun Collins presented New Orleans, La? announce/ the '
a birth of a daughter, Sharon Marie, OHIt Haunt, Dolly 15,
i S Guest Speaker At proiiram of nuplial music at the Widintdoy t Uturdcy' M tub
January 18 1964, weight I 11)8 J'4'
14thValentines J nvi
CONVINUNT
February Hibiscus Club Meet piano and accompanied Mr. Collins oils omcis IN JACKSONVILII
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QI I as he sang, 0 Perfect Love -

Day Mrs Mitty Harrison Home De. The altar was adorned with .T
ministration Agent for Nassau I white floor baskets holding massive
I M, I County, won guest speaker at the ,' arrange! :mrnts of white gladioli and
'I If You Can Stand' Being January 20 meeting of the Hibiscus I fern against( a background! / of

1 '' J A Sweethcnrt All Year I + I Garden (lub lied: at the home of maxmlia leaves The wedding
i Lena; .1 Mrs. J. C. Ml'Junkln.Ih\! Mrs. W. I party stood In the soil glow fiom I8h71IiJllDt
C, Owens and Mrs C. M. I.cnell lighted( cathedral tapers in branch.
'Ii Q GIVE TIER A as ro-hoslesM'i. ed candelabra
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1 Yt'A' 4:4i
NEW I I Mrs. Harrison, Introduced by The bride had an her maid ofhonor I
I ,1Ift'1. S. L. Tarlton, gave an In. and only attendant, her sir
Armstrong Vinyl Ceylon formnll talk on Priming," followed ter MINI Ann Wilder: Her dress e. 4a

J Kitchen Floor by a lively quest Inn and nn.I I loves (if pink dawn satin, designedwith
I I ewer period a tilled bodice with rounded
I Welcomed to the ml..llnl'ere neckline and full skirt extending
! Porter & Lovequist Ii. Mrs Flunk Lambrlalit a new from soft gathers at the natural engagement of Miss lice
I I member and Mrs. Price, visitor .waistline, A matching lace jacket Thomas to Clayton R. Tippins, Jr? ''
;i Color Center "a' from Dfiimaik, S. C. with three-quarter length sleeves i iI lill announced by her parent, Mr ,
I A delightful. social hour followed I completed the ensemble. Her head-1, | and Mrs frank Thomas of Five
-- .. -- _. -- { the meeting/ Mrs. W C. Owens piece was a circlet of satin en. Paints. Mr. Tippins Is the ion of
I won the door prlie.Presbyterian. hnnccd with a matching circular I Mr and Mrs. C. R. Tipping, Sr. of
I veil find she carried a large boilquct ., (South 18th Street. Get Ready NOWWITH

I Women I of pink carnations i i, The bride-elect Is a graduate of :I

Han TheatrePhone Fred Jones served as best noon'Fernandlna Beach High School,
Of Suwannee Dist. 1 1I
I for his nephew and uhel'SI ere> i Class of 12, and Is piescntly emi .

ITo Meet Tuesday Curtis Ilillim Wilder and Lewis i : ployed l by Regent Beverage/ Co. In I THERMOLAIRE
I Wllili-r. Jacksonville,
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261. 8 19 C. E, Beach Mgr ,
Women of the First Presbyterian Oil t'n In marriage! by her father Mr. Tipping graduated from
Chords of Suwannee PresbvterlalDistrict I I the bride chime fur her wedding a I Fernandlna HiKh In 13 and Is an 1 GAS HEATER
Olle111\ meet Tuesday, floor length t gown of lustrous while ,employee of Container Corporation ;
January 211th at North Shore Pres. satin and rct'mbrulilerrd lace. The for' America
FRIDAY & SATURDAYJANUARY _J ; :1 You !rot all the best features In
b\terlan Church In Jacksonville. fitted lace bodice was designed! I I! A summer wedding Is planned ::
24- 23: will be the roll call of 1'
There eightchurches with a V-neckline and long taper.ed i ii.Homemakers' :i'' the Thcrmolalre! of your choice
Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30: & 7:10:: In this district.A j sleeves. The bouriant satin skirt Class
presentation of Revised Plan swept Into a Chapel train from thl''lcll' .
of Women's Work will be given by \\ front insert of lace Her veil i Holds Business
"HOOTENANNY i iI
HOOT"JOHNNY Pre byterlnl otlleers. As president,, of silk IIllIslonI D. caught to a
Mrs Arthur Hughes of Palalka,, coronet of teed pearls and Irrliles.I Meeting Tuesday ECONOMY BEAUTY
CASH
SHEB \\OOI.EY
will give the background and state cents, She carried I white Bible The Homeniakers' School ( ? low coat plus certified heater your Thermolairo heater h
MANY OTHER GUEST STARS ment of put'pose. topped with a cascade of while, 'i I Sunday
'I Each of the four committees, feathered carnations held with 1 Clans of Five Points Baptht Church performance that convert( ( every styled like fine furniture with

Friday 9:15: Saturday 4:15: & 9:15: Personal Faith and Family Life,, I' whit satin .libbuns and Swerthcail met Tuesday evening for their regular bit of your gas into hotly warming attractive saddle brown finish to

Christian Community Action. Ecu bows' Her only ornament was aI1 monthly business meeting at comfort blend with any color scheme
"ESCAPE FROM EAST BERLIN"FILMED the home of Mrs George Smith
menlcal Mission, and Relations and I smile!: strand of pearls
lA'ok'nlllp and Resources will be'expl '! For her daughter's wedding, The benediction, olfercd by Mrs.
WHERE IT HAPPENED lined. Sirs, Wilder chose a sheath of; Smith's daughter\ Sharon, was CONSTRUCTION:
I A lariee delegation Is expected to t liken .from the 14th chapter of St.
-- chnmpniine bl"Ol'adl''llh
I: attend from Fernandina.I \ a mutch.| John, Mrs Curtis Base led the beautiful enameled cabinet,
Ing Her
jacket
accessories wereIn '
SUNDAY & MONDAY I black. group In prayer lifetime cast Iron burner permanent

JANUARY 2G-27 Mrs. Brazcll. mother of the, Mrs! Smith, president presided jilumitmed steel nir-flow Check Our

Sunday 2:110:: & 7iO: Monday 7:30 WATCH I brocaile bridegroom dress, chose, worn a with moss matching green/ was over derided the met'lmg that during Ilio I'laislullid which It interior, New

slippers. use port of their funds to purchase TankPlan.

I "TAMMY AND THE BACHELOR" I MIs Immediately following the nodding needed. Items fur the nursery The
: a reception Will held in theSnclnl IIll'l'l1l1lal rlosort with praYI'r.eSlJerlolly .
:: 4'ALTER KRENNAN DEBBIE I REYNOLDSTECHNICOLOR I Hall of the chinch. I remembering Rev J. W Good

E Mrs Bobby Littles served cake Keen and his family as they move
I and Mrs. Robert Skipper and :Mrs. I to a church In Apopka. I It's Less

== Sunday 4:08: & 9:08 :Monday 9:08: ,. Dun Wade poured punch Mist i refreshments 01 punch, cookies .
Brenda Brown kept the bride's i nut, and candles were served by Than You
"TAMMY TELL ME TRUE"SANDRA book. Mrs Smith assisted by her three i Housekeeping

FOR c g.I g. For their wedding trip, :Mr, daughters, Barbara Sharon and ; Think
DEE JOHN GAVIN Brazell wore an ensemble of pink i :iodine
TECHNICOLOR I TURNING CARS ''I brocade, and black accessories. I The next meeting! will be Febru. | I YULEE, FLA. Gas & Appliance Co.Pnlfe .
The couple It at home to frlcndt i ary 11 in the home of Mrs. Jack
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BY CAROLYN BREEDEM Chamber To obtain additional IndUIIIyth ,.


Ilan! I after a week of rcworlnu from TheGarden (Continued from Porn One) !1 i the To city cooperate with the 'cft'y"li((-f 1}

:vel''bOOy In surely, In the the mumps. the coming year have been listed civic improvement I

rturtylng!! mood" bore this Is mid. Basketball season Is here again. as fellowsContinued, ; To work closely It!! Fort Cline

m exam week Monday was r*. The Junior Mill players are pros .; Basket effort for the. proposed Stile Park, The Buccaneer Trap

*w day and the exams began ently engaged In Inttr-imiral bridge from Feruandlna and The Marine WI'cum.Sf.lld! ,

sday. games. They hope to Al't. game aTta -' \: HY JANE; SCOF'IEI.U Heath In St. Msrv'i. Ga ''In I their advertising prngromsrTo I

ant Wednesday, the Safety Pa. with the Ccllahoa Jr High School An Increase In tourist trn.11'I II Increase the pormiinOTrt resf.

met at seventh and the Herb White team The the cmnhasii (k>itlal nopuliiiion through .radvertming
period to din. Unless the weatherman let wish' flower to raise one that ran ho on rnml signs and pr i

i membership. The Patrol has lour Inter.mural teams are: Bull. r fill thinking Inlliifnre hln piiiphcey,. planted liere It Is t tll< !grow II (tiNlrihulinn' nf advertising puniihedKlim | ,, t/
2* exlra member, 10 the I dons, Pirates Gaines, and Wild. Tim the mod"rnl7atnii|,.
I'i encourage!
cap. we are lining<< to have a couple i decided to suspend about cats Monday the Bulldogs defeatedthe of ple..not't'Rlh1' and ofrmir [ days or more to germinate and t of stores and nn Incrcanc IT: thevariety
r members Gator's In a 20-22( battle while plant. The marluold (has the offered
weekly. Thli of nicrchandlse
will e this adds up to genii 1 gardening bloom the later part of May,, It I iso
k k on a rotation the Wildcats were defeated the ; inlrlgiilng nf '
basis by days There Is much to d i a shrubby two foot plant which) name "Irish Lace, ciistumrrt.

Thursday, the Pirates In a 30-16 game I too. cleaning, planting best preparation likes lunI III tolerate dry condl.liens i All three are warm wealher flew- To Increase mcmlicrshlp and lit.
Library I'm sure we're all sorry to see ers fur nil summa hlmim., Celnsla terrst In the ChamberThe ,
Club ,
met I pruning, spraying and Is a plant not I liked!! byI
Mrs Sandra Workman, the Is subject t in' nlstriKilii
and set up i new seventhand I more Ihan common to keep the good I pests llv daisy flowers wllh gray ro.ikiKil hut wnndir. l.bJpltI'eIII'r.| fir:
system or rules eighth grade Math teacher, I Hardener! busy, foliage Mil an abundance of hud fill riiher fresh or (dried( tor flower/ the new media by Director

These rules and Mrs Joyce Partln the Home Most of last week arrangements! cy.
In. was Impns. make a good daytime cut flower 1
A elude the follow..w Economics teacher leave us Friday noble for getting (those dormant l but close nt night. Ilowe\er. bud 1

leg: 1)) Detention I The new Home Ee. teacher I trees and shrubs Into tho ground, continue In open Indoors so that
will be Miss
Ann St. Arrmnt, and
for talking In the so with pleasant days they takE'II ', It In long lasting.

library 21) No Mr.See Jim Lundy will teach Math. II('priority over everything else, for We have the feeling that garden Does your
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if, note 31> Only II. you loon {the bnre-mnted ones do not have, ers are too prone to pass up th' car wander

brary assistants I jai good a chance. of living when 1 I so-called ordinary flowers which _

.414 may help In the Sebring Race Set I they pan the dormant period. The 1, thrive well In this locality Given or weave?

Iry seventn period. The preslt I object li to give them a chance to 1, good care Instead of nrlll"1'1III..' Pull to left ,

| Cervera Ferreira, presided "HOOTENANNY HOOT" will be shown at the Ilan Theatre establish their roots before warm 1 can often achieve beauty with III.

|r the meeting, For March 21 Friday and Saturday January 21 2j. The movie weather entices new growth to 1 Ho /trouble and expense. Such II or right?

linens Is now another class topnd will feature Johnny Cash and Sheb Wooley along with Mart. Don't delay the transplimlliiR' flower Is the galllnrdls, so uspfw If so, you SAFETY

M'icnih period (loptlnnal)) Sebrinir, Florida THERE'S many other guest star Co-feature for these' two duys of shrubs from one location to an- for beach planting. V.e were
Penny{ Collins Is the instruc.dvltory I LOTS MORE IN SIXTY-FOUR will be "Escape! From East Berlin," filmed where It actually I other Now ahrubs Is the time also to 041peuoe to Nee It listed as one III need OUR... SERVICE
I to keep them within the nt'Hal.: flower and
Thats the watchword for THE took placer !given a
Council mot Monday to |I I SEBRING 12 HOURS ENDURANCE -coo ;I bounds and to prune deciduous place of honor In color on I the had

russ donations to Project Hope RACE which Is the only I'trees and shrubs unless they ore nf a iiilili'gup) : The. n.une Is G.ill

ImDnnpmcnts around the 'I championship GT and IT Prototype Y t spring I Ihlwl'rlnlIlI1l"! If you didn'teel t Imdin lollliiop, I the hull t l\x| (in FRONT ENDALIGNMENT
till x : to shaping myrtles
|H)1.) Plans were also discussed auto road lace In North &; .n IIi your crape one would uucxs( liom Its n.iiuc. Im
i Is about the last call without
I coming!! "Sue Hop" In the gym South America. This will he the x. I It Is said (In grow on a rampart

Ve Mere all glad to sec Loll) fourteenth running of this annual. I Ia curtailing next summer's bloom ten Inch plant nml run be liiul. III
Everereens be given
may any
limp bark at school !Monday\ classic] for the 11'011.1' fastest separate colors of red booms unit
necessary! pruning loo. Just to keep
II tin,
and drivers yellow wan pictured as
cars champion
proven 41 W the record s'raiiili' we add a warning Irniisilli'ii hi') the li.indsnme .
On Saturday, March 2M, 1W4! A'1"Y plnnl itINMl
this Internationally famous nuts against "pruning I tnipiealH ntI "A II Anirilc'iiu" for ltml V Reduces Tire Wear
I this time. They can be groomed obit
1 t,1.eib CVlimia liicglnu', unit a ferny)
road race 11'11slart\ at the old>1<1 lend
time of 10 nn A.M.: and finish by taking nit unxlRhlly nWl'lllnidII 1111 till)>' while flowers,
:
dl'lIdI'm.. if I Improves Steering .
( leaven and the tops >r \
4 10:00P.M.: Twelve hours later aol l lmore new this jcir and use l as a low
Into ,
hut If we cut live wood we arc ,
than thousand miles of
one only mukuiH air planl) llnlile In r s
if!
Increases
n flat out tenting of men nod Driving
more mid Injury till bin a priceto
curs (NB': Due to requests] '' from
tar neatness. SafetyOnly
pay mere
Plywood4x8 Pies. affiliiitei from all over the 1
The lime to spray drriduaus
world we trust that this schedule i' shrubs for scale Is while they 111'1"I
TrI 81/I/
will concerned.be more) satisfactory to all 1 c I I I,now dormant and leiiflcss which Is Trooper All !''


Int. The 194(! of
spectacle Rchrlnari I
Don't let bulbous plants use their
will\ continue lend .r SalJS.e
to take the Inj I tr* energy In forming seed for Ihnl -

y all auto road racing events be used to "better mlj f .
i energy ran -
throughout the United States and I I Iri 9 e :

Canada. The SEEKING 12 HOUR: I I A scene from the movie "TAMMY TELL ME TRUE a j I bulbs vantage Unless In the we formation are trying of new our Y S r ce 1 Precision Alignment en

S ENDURANCE RACE Is the only technicolor comedy, showing at the Han '
1 Theatre SundAY 'luck at cross pollinating and mis.'Ing E its Our Vlsualiner
2 ST race In the United States whlrh and Monday, January 2G > 27. The co-feature will also 'I seedlings with special quulilles'vc

will\ count for point toward I he a Tammy mo'le.lth Debbie Reynolds "Tammy and 'I have no need for them. As our 1

bath the World Championship for the bachelor. ,bulbs !finish blooming live them aside //era's what we dot
5,11: Manufacturers' and f' J'e'
Prototypes
I ;: dressing of fertlll/er In build tiras'"a x i

the Grand Touring Championship, kilometer STOCK CAR RACE ALWAYS ON: THE JOB .better' bulbs. Our paper hilt! mr.cltiiui 1 Correct caster /'
Other races so honored are: The I It I better :::
deserve Ireatm'lllIlban
I has been added to the programfor Before Menro Preston Joined the I
Targa Florio, Italy; NurburgirR, t
them,
Hardee Bros. Germany and the24 Hour rare at Friday, March 20th This race ', Cuvahnna Falls police 'force, he I we usually give

fAt Mans France I will he open to stock reilnn cars was a truant officer Apparentlythat How about Rladloliis In the car. 2 Correct camber ", 1

of both American nnd foreign Rave him some Ideas about den thin yeas Try for I lung sea-
In the world
[ Atlantic Sebrlng'a prestige! origin. 'attendance.. He's chief now, I III re'l I Isis) of bloom wilts' staggered BlanU
Avenue of automotive events is further
enhanced being authorised to I tiring alter 26! years on the force, | Inns at two week Iwl.rvals treat 3 Correct toe.ln-
by People who are the parents of and notes thAt ho never has mimed the last weak of January until the 50
award the total of the 67
largest point' i I handsome, brilliant children are a day of work I first of April. They lake up 1111 Ic major cause
any road taco in the United States I
room and can be planted among abnormal
tire
treat believers in wear
( heredity
counting toward the Champion. I APPLEif
WILL bbrb odors the
,low growing flowers for rouls 6
of Manufacturers' Prototypes : (Ovid (IN Y.) Gfmtle and Independent '
Used
Cars ship -
Store
; them from lull
and the
: away potatoei of the |iliad| go deep
: and Grand Touring divisIons ,) i and onions growing spikes need a little milten- liyAmerican 4
Inspect
with a coefficient of 1.0 ---- -- -- -- ,I lag from acatby planla.I tighten,

PRICED TO SELL I', points.v.Points are awarded to We neglected planting Shirley Adjust steeriny 'I
winning para ir the Prototype and I 1 Car
I Fxprissway drivers should
I Poppies before Christmas but weten anticipate
GT divisions with each first i
1963 Galaxie 2nd FLORIDA facts- gelling them 'In this vnk;: their turnoff If you
place receiving 0 points' -
they are listed as being planted pass your Interchange, con
fAir i I place 6 points Bid place 4 through February, In our climate time to the next It Is
4 Door" ono extremely Just
: points and on down through sixth I say "Charge U-...Take months to pa/I'
IK
In fact daggering planting sufl.KPHlid
conditioned, place] The co-f fit lent of, 1(1( for SEMI-PRECIOUS STONES.CHALCEDONY( ) or In prolong the hlmimliiKReason. few dangerous to back up
even a feet
the SEBRING 12 HOUR EX-:: RARE BEAUTY ARE FOUND IN SEVERAL RIVER on an express
VALLEYS .
| radio steering and I Those Shirley add ayc'ly! because
power way you missed
DURANCE RACE Is used to multiply your
IN FLORIDA THESE LOVELY GEMS- BLACK ONYX, CAR. end grace to (lie giirdcn.Arclolis turnoff
brakes the first place win of nine NELIAN, SARD, SARDONYX AND AGATE-COME FROM (he while daisy with I ramp 3 5

I 12,000 miles Like new points point to giving: the manufacturers a result of, witha 14.4 THE TAMPA AND HAWTHORNE GEOLOGIC FORMATIONS II III III the I big: blue eye. \Is a sullKfaHnry I I I
------ -- -
1962 Falcon similar computation down I, DATING BACK MILLIONS OF YEARS

through the sixth position. I n. rr Do We Need A New Calendar?
transmission
Automatic Last, but not leant of the many I'

Bucket agals' honors to be won at the fumed SHIP niiin first nol<'hl',1, n utiik, the ralemlar' has raiinrdluulilcms. '
; SEBRING 12 HOUR E I .) It bus trod :)2.00) ( miles -Tike new Wtrt-1 ,
laimvil nations
clcnvuci's in
ANCE RACE in 1D Our own |present> riili-mlnr la tninli-iKlinit and tnnrrurnlc.
awarding of points counting( to. This chart from Coiii'|doe I'. J'uturcil. Knpyrlnprdm.: shows tin
IASSERRE ward the famed THIRD ANNUAL liruMoiiis' that lire e1it'll' lli'rIi in ,ili'tcrnilnniK, a dllll! Imsril on
WORLD SPEED: AND vithcr' the Julian or' the (iri'K\
MOTOR CO. ENDURANCE: ('11 A .NGE /basic' pnililiMii" is thAI our year" aHimlly I IK :W:; dnys, 1\
TROPHY, awarded each full to I hours, !1/ nnnutrs, U5 sit'onils" lung\ 'I'hus, nu iiilfinlar. to date

South 8th street the winning mnnufuctui. linn given a Hue measure of our year
I
Since 1910 In keeping/ with tho "MORE: INSIXTYFOUR" : A PERPETUAL CAIFNDARTtiti

for fecbrmg u 2iO' I *&*, . I
MK > '' M. .*"* nlniiliir |iw lh ih of llu> "-k fur wi* dew bona.
.- -- fr % Tyi UK"U-iniiiii' |ul Ih.. Uriitiiui: t;'.bi. let' ynr tun.fnl ,

I Phosphorus..AN EVEN MORE PRE r ", ,,, ..,.... ,. ...,.
hk II. ( G .(.1..4., \\,1. IH'ltOSi: MASTKH IKCIIMC. AN KXI'FRT: ': '
64 Florida Installed CIOUS DEPOSIT BECAUSE '
Togs IT IS VITAL TO ,
All _
ClNTtIY: II ton an 1" Ie 110" a" 1.1nIa. Imil' lr"' 1''' '
LIVING THINGS ALSO ; ,".. oloeowlllulleuliu\ I JI'J..JJW' I IN TIIK; ISIII: : < OUK! MODKIt.V) : AM U CI'l'I'IENT'TEST'INC : '':
FREE IS FOUND IN THE H. ...... EQtlll'.lENTVir.ston(
i f HAWTHORNE AND BONE VALLEY FORMAh' ( I ...

Current Gas Prices /.TIONS. PHOSPHATE ROCK IS TODAY THE? "IARI, Po.'ral' I..r
1 fM' I'n rl,: mil': \11 "a15 -- R' a r. 11
/,BASIS OF jA STABLE, IMPORTANT FLORIDAvINDUSIRY'T' 1 M tr liS a I' I.. I. I II A r" a II .V
Hightest 33.9 Reg. 29.9 I seaman A a n n: I II. e: e 1 r Ra :
T IIT dl, SOl ., mil n n. I' //I I: ,a I: II a 11d ,
Stop by and try our service as II' HI FN: ii' III" Ill 1/1/ In' I II la '"N ''H' I If: III i a :
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sometime l e'asa lilt f' i I' V. V II I II II A r I: II
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Holly Henderson Mjr.| 1175051 V II A ''t n l; f' n. V A rin ,
.Is 111I u. I: V "1 A N I' 11 II V: it /III
I I 11.1 In Ii I: f 'I 1 "f' A II 5 I 1Ia ON SOUND TIKE! BODIES Oft 01* YOU OWN TIRES
tI.. ae 0s /n I IN' ,/n I.1'': sit mil f.r11 1a .It. 4V
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I n tI 1.. W V II A II l' II I: C' II I' A f'
629 S. 8th Street
I "leads In II: '1"11 tit 15 1,1 -_. InV! mil '
11 U 11 I' IJ I: I' ii A a --A I' ,n: II OR WIDE! OESISM UBEIESS OK TUSETYPC I
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II tv 11 I: I V! II A II c' Ii --, I. II saJ
all 1. II II V! .I A a n' 1\ /I V A
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II... al In I" IS'. In'V: An --V 'mil ''N' ISC
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ttuAna. :: N :; iI A : It 1 Plus lea and 4 trada.ln urea
sewS I ApolJol, A a' rl : V ,
Traffic A t The Downtown Gulf Station. ; Tr n., a o: n Yo v n A''
Jam I: V II A II I'I ._iJJ{_ .1 1jU.i A..., o ts e: v 1// ;
Cleaned. ; ) ".',D... r O A N C A II a II: Our New Treads Utnlifltd, fry Mritttton/ and shop mark art
Been I
It Has Since ; To uv i 1 GUARANTIED
r DAY ..A A 1 ) t. Anliut ..,-.. .In worknunihip .nd .....'1.1. during II'. of Oral
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5r\ 1e News!!-Leader, FernanJina Beach, Florida -Thur (hy, January 23, 1961 "
sels. The Roebuck's commanderalso enware. "She had a suspicious M

I 'March of Dimes Lends a Hand claims that "the refugeesnow I i appearance," and was seized as a
on shore here are encroachIng pi'lie of war.
quite severely on our stock of The promotion of Captain John I'

: To Silence Child's Tormentors1' .ture.." He wants a vessel to con 'i Wvstcott to major, 2d Florida
voy them to Key Went ,
Battalion Is announced today by
January 13 The U, S, schooner

When Lori Nelson blew out Two Sisters today captured the Confederate War Department. t

the candles on her fourth- I the schooner William near the Major Westcott will rank flora"

birthday cake recently, it mouth of the Suwannee Kivcrj January. 24, 1803Cooper's:- '

seemed that every youngster j The William Is out of Nassau and I 'I

her age in Rosalie,Neb., l ', was carrying salt, bagging, and u
turned out for her party. |
) Laundry
Only a few months before, ;,7 s e (, f rope.President Lincoln informs General hn

I the remarkably pretty child Gill more that "an effort Is
d had been the butt of taunt and i
A j r giggles from these same ehil-: being made by some worthy gentlemen Coin-Operated

+l ,lv ', > e aa ren. Lori was born with a rare to reconstruct a loyal Laundry and Dry
#' a birthmark thick unsightly I state government in Florida lie
P covering/ hair extending from has sent Major John Hay with Cleaning 1fi\
i' her right shoulder to mid-fore- liii'R
: : t. "blank books and other blanks to
t s 'r.. aim Instead of finding playmates
e among the other toys aid in the reconstruction 1 wish' !Sire\ Doris lIowardIllnaler T

and girls, all she ever encountered tho thing be done in the most !\ t
were /er-pointeri>/? and I speedy way possible
< nome-caller.r January 1$ Federal General 14th & Beech Streets bIt
af Lori found these gibes when I
Gillmore, In litter
to
a SecicUiyof
scarcely out infancy and the
crib more than any sensitive War Stanton requests that --- -- --
child could endure. So did her Negro regiments "formed and be-1/ t..
parents, Marlene) and Chester Ing formed In the north be sent to
Nelson, an attractive farming i this department. He writes: "II|
couple, who for almost three have In contemplation the occupation '' OUTBOARDINSURANCE

t a "' f for years a searched medical answer unsuccessfully to the i ot'Florida, on the west
problem. bank the Saint John's River?
f Mr v; rt I fat a very early day, and 1 want
Brother Also Heartsick I II 1
these garrison'the
new regiments to
Loils Also brother heartsick, who was more David than 8, I post from which I draw the I II

__ once came home with a black: troops for the expedition" I' 4 %
eye because he fought all the January IS Confodtrato' I
heartless kids in town who scouts on the Gulf Coast near

AND OUT OF THE GROUND, MADE THE LORD GOD TO G RV EVERY poked"Chester fun at and his I"hairy"were almost sister. 1Jof'WIii:.J '1 Mobile report today that a fleet For Better Risks

TREE," began the Arbor Day program given Monday afternoon by the pupils of the out of our minds with, this terrible .1 of twenty-three vessels Is moving '
(
'i
in the direction
eastwardly of
affliction, the mother explained t; { I
Fexnandma Beach School the of two trees the school'sfront
Elementary at planting on frightened and Pensacola, I
-d'1'm: ,a < :;. f' John,T. Ferreira
campus girl, withdrewInto _. ___ The U, S. schooner BeatncKHrd ,
-- a shell The present picture & Son 1
was painful I enough, but tori Nation, 4, after diiflgurlng hairy birthmark en right arm was overhauled a vessel' in Honda

RUBBER of my husband and I looked with removed. She's vtiitlng with her surgeon D,. Albert S. Hack, at waters about twenty miles south 508 Atlantic !
Hanna Stresses Trees
dread into the future
when
I Importance pretty' child, like any young our March of, Dimes tlrth Defects Center, Children's Memorial! Hospital, of Mosquito Inlet, today She wan
261-r 571
woman would want to STAMPSAny : At Grade School Arbor Day Program dances and have dates and fun cargo of salt, liquors, and cat..th-' I
and, in time, a husband and Albert S Black, a noted Omaha' world of children The arm Is
Size family cosmetic surgeon, who is a'team still rather scarred, inevitably.
"I brought the 'bab)"* along," front campus or the ikm school foNt1"o; e gave us any reason member" of the Marchof But later on by Atgh speed
Any Shape I said Howard Hanna, to the delight!! Representing the Woman Club Then I read someplace Dimes-supported center and planing and tattooing, the arm
Inquire At of over 500 elementary school chll- were: Mrs Bennett Mrs Al Sch- that the March of Dimes ,an associate professor of surery will ba normal in appearanceand
dren assembled Monday afternoonfor rantz, Mrs Hanna and Mrs J L. was planning l a birth, defects ( at the University, of Nebraaka by the time she is in high
center in Omaha'We were waiting : Medical School. He taw school Lori will have difficulty Why More?
NewsLeaderPhones I their Arbor Day program Long! Each fourth grader helped at the door when It opened no reason for despair. I remembering which arm exhibited Pay
As he began his talk Hanna with the planting. a year and a half ago," : Lori underwent four surgical this perverse quirk of
i' father of one of the fourth graders Although this was the first pro. The center, supported by 'procedures by Dr. Black He nature
216.3686 261.3687 and an employee of the Timber gram of Its kind to be carried out March of Dimes contributions removed the hairy surface of Mrs Nelson was selected as
.1 Division of the Container Corporation by the elementary pupils In the from chapters throughout Nebraska the right arm which was then the Nebraska March of Dimes
unwrapped a "baby" pine put several years, It has been is at Children Memo- replaced by grafts of skin from Mother for 1963. She and her COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC
B'al Hospital and l Is directed by her right thigh.tori i husband have forgotten their
seedling said that hopes are high for mak.
Theodore R. Pfundt.! chair- fears about persuading/ their '
GOODYEARI I Hanna stressed the Importance Ing it an annual affair In Arbor man of the pediatrics depart Now Carefree daughter to go to kindergarten. SOFTENER -r
of the tree.to the children them.selves Day tradition, ment of Creighton University "Essentialwhat i we did," They confide that next summer -
Lifetime I I their parents, and the: community School of Medicine It is one of Dr. Black explains, "was to excise I as a reward for her pluck,
: 48 such centers across the na the cause of Lorls fears I Lori may be riding around
Gtsanetesi I as I whole When he asked \ and torments, and restore a the farm aboard a Shetland
for a show of hands from all those Too Late tion.Dr..Pfundt consulted with Dr. whole little girl to the carefree I

I 1000/0' Nylon I'connected whose: parents with were either in of any the pulp way To Classify pony'I I
I $299
mills, He noted
over W responded -
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOrLDIIDA. three gold watches, and $240 In
I ]
: All Weather that were It not !for trees and the It I U gratifying to note that II III Confederate notes I
I I N. Industry they\ provide, more than I the rlorldu (itiun Commission Is Governor Milton informs the
TubelessTube I| half of the number of leathers in giving Home attention to the promotion Confederate Secretary of War
their school ,would pot be there (I I II
Tpeo600x of dealer use of Florida that the sheriff of Washington
3"1 I 111.00 : Hanna Impressed upon the pupils I citrus fruit within the state County has defected to the Federals Guaranteed Iron RemovalNo
I I the Important role played by the
J .
660x13I I 12.0 I I pulp Industry and trees In the life I With tho 'ool'I'atl"n of the i I i
: of their community He concludedwith I Florida. liextauiant Axxoclatlon A HUNDRED YEARS AGO I The U.S,S. Honeysuckle captured '
-750xI4.-r.--14:00-O: : I i Down Bank
-
an announcement that each the Commission Is urging eating the British schooner Fly to-I Money Financing
establishments! to help bring to In )I
I child would,be given two pine trees day the Atlantic about a mile
X14ffi5'OO- to plant at !lome. ,A, careful explanation -I the attention of their patrons the Edited by SAMUEL PXOCTORMto off Jupiter Inlet. Because she le''; -
advantages and Importance of off ;
.76 I of the proper planting ( course according to her papers
procedure accompanied the trees. citrus in their diet and tempt (frt //frffV nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn and since there is some question .
''I CxchMige Plus Tar Whltevills them with a variety of dishes in vwwwvwwvvvvvvv v v VWVVVVVWVVVVVVVVy. about her manifest she Is Serviceand
Prior to tile talk an Arbor Daprogram > 10 1 Year Local
I Warranty
1.50 I was conducted by the which citrus Is used. being taken into custody. I I
Popular Site Recaps U.U members of the entire fourth grade. The cnmmittxion hu* established Published by lion from our side to make them January: 12: Confederate)
I
FLORIDA LIBRARY AND all enroll themselves under the
Exchange I After the Invocation, given by Mrs: an annual l Gulden Orange Awardto General Joseph E. Johnson complains SaIIHt
Stop By and Let Us i F-tlda Bennett president of the be presented to the restaurant HISTORICAL COMMISSION standard of the Union. Salt to Richmond that "bad fit. ,,
CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL works In the area, Sherrill reports -
Woman Club, scriptures were recited which has done the most to regularly corn Is furnished much unfit
Safety Check Your by the various fourth grades promote citrus by featuringa COMMITTEE 'have resumed operations" for Issue, weevil-eaten' Unless,
208 Valencia Avenue, and need visit from There U u.mr{
a III i{
of citrus dishes their
variety on there is reform
Tiresiasserre Including Miss Allen's class, Miss we shall loose our:
Coral Gables 34, Florida is also Confederate schooner In
..U Hllburns class Miss Keencys daily nunus, Restaurants may a artillery, horses and field transportation -'
class, Mrs, Reeds class, and Mrs. enter as many different menus as University of Florida Bear Creek and a steamer In the ." Some of this corn, CALL COLLECT EX 8-3479

Motor Ward clans they have In doily use to Walter January 7 Senator James M. Chipola River Is used to carry TallahB see 1 learns, Is coming 3f.
As the climax of the program, 2 Page, Florida. Citrus Commission, Baker of Florida returned today salt "from a large warehouse at from Florida. 4 iiJssssV /*
head of East Bay, through a
Arizona Cypress trees, furnished by Lakeland Florida They must be to the Confederate Congress after the Chattahooches The U. S. bark Roebuck captured I '
Into the
Company I the garden committee of the Woman :I received by Junuary 2, ltG4) an absence of a week. Senator cut-off River, ,and thence to the Inter. the British blockade run

*** SINCE 1910 I 's Club and City Engineer Jim 0 I 1 While most restaurants serve Baker serves on the committees tor." ning schooner Susan off Jupiter

Beard polntly, were planted on the citrus fruit or Juice on their on commerce, public lands and Inlet today. The cargo consists of, WATER
--- I breakfast be January 11 The two vessels MIRACLE
they can
menus post-offices and post-roads. forty-three bags of salt and several
!used In many other tasty dishes The U. S. flagship San Jacinto dispatched thiee days ago from boxes of dry goods

,'!in preparing salnds, desserts captured the Confederate schooner the Roebuck to secure Jupiter The commander of the Roe

meat, fish and fowl Roebuck this morning In the Inlet, returned this evening, escorting I buck Informs Admiral Bailey at,

i An example Is found offered In such Gulf of Mexico, after a chase of the Confederate sloop Key West that he captured the I Of Jacksonville
menu Items now being asgiHpcfiuit
New. sherbet, flash and fowl two hours The Roebuck Is a new 1 Maria Louise, whose canto In- English schooner Nassau a* it
sections.l'omblnnlion vessel and a fast sailer and the ,eludes 3,000 !pounds of Si'a.Inland was attempting to run the blockade
I guinlshed with citrus Federals think she would make a !cotton, This vessel was captured and will use It for "In ide''
:- I ,' ulniinp and Ham grape good tender. The Roebuck's cap; on Janumy Id, two miles from work Ha has fitted a howitzeron I', 121 E. 8th St. Suite 14

FASTER SERVICE AND I fruit nUhid suliid with and others sections gar.In. lain says that he paid "$8000 in the Inlet. On the persons of the her and will send her back to 1
grapefruit
gold for her cargo in Havana," captain and passengers werefound Jupiter Inlet, hoping thereby"to 1I
,xtead of the tiaditional pineapple and wan offered $5,000( for the $72305 in gold and silver capture: more of these yea]i I
U ,proving popularThe .
very I includes cloth- --- ---
REASONABLE PRICES vessel Her cargo --
millions of tout'1st* who
Ing and lead, and her nautical instruments
visit Florida annually naturally:
according to the San
expect offered to at find reasonable good quality prices citrus and Jaclnto'f commander, "are the ON L T
foraleattlifielly
the more varieties in which It Is beat I have seen in some time I A SUPER MARKETIN .
John Sher-
offered the better. January 8 Master
should make citrus rlll\ U. S. bark Roebuck has ,, <
Not on'y we GENERAL
I ) ELECTRIC
&''.gzaaed91erldiJl available but at a price that learned from refugees that small
U reaionable While citrus has vessels are running into Jupiter I YOUR HOMEBIG

been costly because of last year's, Inlet from the Bahamas He 1.1 AUTOMATIC WASHERS
tfnvifaticnb freeze It may still be obtained ata sending two armed boats to the
pike that will !permit eating Inlet with orders to capture allvessels orl i GIVE YOU ALL THESE FEATURES

establishment' to offer It In one attempting to run In I11NI"

form or another at H realistic out.
and pile. When citrus Is offered witha January 0 Commander Shir BIG12LB.CAPACITYFILTERFLOs

price tag of 411r a half trrape. rill of the Restless reports from
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fruit It helpn neither the restaurant St. Andrews Bay, on recent aitivities
v1Jll'OftJICe'IUn nor thu ntute W. would findIt In that area Nineteen refugees
( !profitable to offer good quality and a number of contra. .
fruit at tout from a goodwill band from Geoigia and Alabama 1 '
All Styles And Types Of EngravingWE standpoint.) recently showed up at hid ship! WATER SAVER
1 know how our visitors, react They tell cf strong Union sentiment I
and I recall the pleasure I en- In the areas from which ,
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while visiting Ore- "would only a demrmstra- CAPACITY
ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF on the menu require : Spiral Activator
iron. 1 can tlll taste those delicious -- I
ENGRAVED berries. and melons which JJsjJsjlWAI04
were available at most reasonable that which cause visitors' to want
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS pi lees. It I Is memuries like to return and encourage them to ''I {

ENVELOPES tell others about It. Payments As
SOCIAL STATIONERYSee
Tourism and citius are two of II |
I the biggest assets to "'lurlda'I'' W\IM YMpI, Low As
DOZIER & GAY : economy When we promote cit. svr

': rue and offer It to the !public at j $765TER
Samples AtJFcrnaniina'BcachNcuJsIcalier PAINT a fair price we make lusting: Im-

I premium that bring the visitor GENERAL ELECTRIC MONTH
bark and cause them to use mOIl!
'Best For The South'CHECK citrus In their home menus, llo- ;

? -- telt and restaurants are in the' Five Points Grocery

OUR forefront a* Florid,,'. iroodwill ,, CHEST FREEZER
PHONES 261-3686 261-3587 ambassadors and by cooperating
PRICESShieH's with the Citrus\ (mmlslon in And Hardware

-- thin worthwhile program" they Felt frees anywhere Counter-balanced lid

T\Ve- Represent One of the Largest and Best Grocery ran mill do a please tirmendoui than II guests job for ut H the ridii i I in food compartment opens. from Inside Sadler Road At Five Points

": ; came tinu. 420 Ibt. of ** out
.Engraving Firms In The United States Up to
The citrus we line at
211 t ATLANTIC .\VE. ours food ttorogo. No exterior sweeties PHONE 2615205r ;
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Sports Slants 514001' I Bow To qu dhia liter!In a'IIIm'thlll! 13.11' score! hnpixmd for the third til Horsemen's. Assn. *

tlto i anal l lour minutes however
ItolltH was cluing everything and\I
Endurance Ride
BY CURT GOROON !Baling away with It -- and III l I sue
ALSO CALLED 'ROSALO A
same lime oulmoring the Pirates
': POPULAR OAMI FISH WITH AM, Game 23.12 in HIP final quarter, Set March 1 1The IMS
The Fernandlna Beach Pirates Fernandina will play ItillUrd here I EAGERNESS TO TAKE ARTIFICIAL
Minnmliim, stored' 24 field goals
"nded, the Holies Cadets baa.
a Friday night which shouU bring
LURES WEIGHT UP TO 50 U,.. while Bollfs
Kcored It but Bollis
wtbill victory last Friday night at I out the best crowd of the season Beach Pirate,I lath Annual 100.mile Endur.
AVERAGE & TO 7 LftS. mudo 24 ol 30 free throws while
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Ac l local gym The Pirates were for Fernandina. Milliard always .point lead In the\ once Trull Ride, sponsored by (he
enjoying a good seven point lead has a fine! basketball team and an j GOOD TO 'AT. 6HEBNISH / Pol In Cadets anti lit t rcrnandlna lilt on 12 of 26 tlmiily Florida lIoMrrm Association, Is
with about three minutes remain., usual, this year Is no exception, BROWN ABOVI TO WHit ;:" ) lit' pint them, 1\2.RO, |0 H('AKonnie, 'II be held Starch 11.15 In the Natlnml .
OR In the game when over-confld-<< Hllliard won over the Pirates be. BELOW WITH A PROTftUPINtf 81 holding a 7.point Soup| led the Pirate with Fdet In Ocala. According,
lice evidently plagued them and I fore Christmas 71.52, so the Pirates JAW AMP" A DISTINCTIVE only throe mid one. 25 pnima, vllh Mike Cook scoring to Awnclnllin) reports, one.third if
Ae first thing we knew the Cadet I would like to hand the BLACK LlWB' THE yh i t reinnlnlng.; In the 1 1 lit. Steve! I Ititkell added S. Richard the f no,i'nlrv limit remain to be
tad tied the serve, then went on towin I Flashes their second loss of the LENGTH Of Till y4 / g1i I Cads! nppneil a Snpp 7, nod Jot Tin'lit 4, fmf'd! In the pan thin ride has attracted .
by two points, We would lay neatest. BODY FROM GILLS i I1t l Irt'ut.ht! : Cum! to Bill lliiMtcr scored 19 and John horsemen from all Florida,
)te olflclallng had something to do I ftFernandna TO TAIL : ? tlll till td min HIM! and I lIorllh"floll'" srortil. 17 lo lend thiCjdcl pIlls oil.cil-lip entries from Ga.,
with It,- but 've get on the carpet i has only one more yl h remiinlnii, to Hull meonilliliiryol Alihima louinnnn, Texas Northmolini
Hrrrytlmc we say this so we will home name after the match with I sorted 0111 looking 11111' N"low'n, (' Now York, and New Jer.
/HOP I! that excuse and try to offer I I Hillltrd, and that U with Yulec on I IK adrd 1 (fur their The fcinnnrilni: Beach B team mThli tide I\ nne of five Fa lirn
Mien for (he loss Mainly, we I IlOnk I January 31 The final fame on \' r < of I the spawn !lion took ItIn I the chin In the prrllnnnai lull,mile rldi' ranks second Inlongevity
our Pirates quit playing schedule will be on February 18 I II] paints| IliKiiith: cattle: its the young Cadets only to erne which Ver.
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heir own game and started the J against Bolles February 14 and IST Pirate In the first edged: I the Pirates, 31.21!, mrnt' Green. Mountain Horse As.
''lo system game which Bolles )I will find the Pirates placing In the II !: of play /mid the PI. Barry lite scored I II) to lead Ftrin mil('latlon started' 20 year ago,
toyed therefore they lost theirmd Keystone Conference Tournament'' I 19.12 fun! perliKl rrrm the stable grounds horse.
and the boll game, Anyway' The Clan! A Group Tourney will :; 'S" nd inI lu groilng. Mike Cuuiiermoud men ride a.O mile course each
fp look at the loss, lt' Is like tak.IX be near the first of March FOUND IH I THE SAYS, .. I )'('( on even trims R. Hunk Bailey 5, IUrl day fur 2 days In 7 hour. and a
a dose of quinine, and if you ft': ave ever tried that you know how Speaking of tournaments. Fer. JETTIES IN SALT WATER SALT the lex'/ills. llmrv Mill scored l 2. (train, Judging In done at the; Mart

tier his.. i I nandlnn Beach could be the heat AND FRE HtVATIK RIVERS/ 'namllnn injed, u Talcdl scored II to lend the Hol each day, Imlivldiinlly and along
I team for the Group Tournamentthis AN PtANAl4i FOUND IN did of llu mionil.)( the trail 5.6 limn and again at
We mentioned a few slants agonut year If they wish Oach los U:mi In nring. night In the Mall, with final Judging .
FJ() /tM CAM( AND PRISM WATER t/s
the Kentucky Wildcats being| $tlWer says he hasnt decided' .on ouNroiod tin' vis. BOX SCORI I the day alter the last mile
I Gainesville to play the Florida this. year or to wait until next year. period an Sipp, Huh boric starts with 1001- and
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'frft i iUilh I It marked down for various chanrf.e
atom February 1. -- ----- -- -- .
on Saturday j, -- --- - '<'c to lead Mrunn- ( SippLcKik 3 I 1
the basketball season .wtrl. illi. If rosy. In hit physical status
nother, fine game will be played | ty coming to an ('nd. naturally we I Defeat I and Richard Snpp scored one The r I 4 3 II and fir, anv encillmeThe ,
uwn there cm February 22 when will all begin thinking about ba I"1 i Pirates 'second stanza found Orange Park I I K.HI Siipp III ,5 2iI : 1'MII! ride has hortri! entered
andcrbilt plays the Gators. There' ball. Spring training activities \\' I scoring 10 points while Fernandina rr".T Tin'lit 2 0 4 In tin age group from 4.14. with
lould be a lot of talent on the get underway here In early March Orange Park 37-27 scored only 7 and the !first hall City I StegorBet I 0 ,2 I illlons! and the mores and geldIng .
loom when the two,' games are play. I and our Minnesota pals will enjoy! ended with Fernandina leading 18- 'Ml 4 0 8 evenly divided Breedwlse, 5
id Md If you want to tee them get the iiiee green grass covering the I 1 IS, Richard bapp scored 4 points League AharriHarrison 0 2 2 there are Arohlans Appaloosas,
.imeone to get your. ticket now. I park now Things will be In great For 8rii Victory In the period,, Cook scored 2 'and I 0 i I American Qtarter Horse, Mnr
shape for the arrival of the teams. I Ronnie Sapp stored one Totals 24 12' 60 gone, !Sh+di'I I Qiarter Horse, Tlior.obrodi .
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fr tr < The Fcrnandlm Beach Pirates, The Ihhd Tcrlnd could Almost FLI ISj I nullr III It I't 15. I, riihinilnoi American Sad

I Ronnie! fiapp '11"leadl 1t the PI. picked up their eighth banMutill have be" on tossed nut ns (Ida Pirates I j Hi I 1.18 Hunter 8 'T IC dlilirrdt. Stamlardhrcds and many
ciired >nlv 7 and Or. 1 McMillan 3 0 0I fine.sounding croHI.hrl't'dl About
rate In scoring with 196 points victory of the season Tuesday f polnti Tnlal
for m average of 17,8 points per I nlKht! at the expense of Orange anee<< Pitch scored (, Joe Thrift i j : l W L Pins I 11 inlmc Lie 3 11 17 :50', are rrolslcrcd stock Thereare
through with 3 Rcm. Thomas :I 2 8 :3 Division, Lightweight! ,
game Mike Cook i II second with Park 3717 In a iow. cOfln ball I came point I I I
I: nip Snpp: 2, Cook scored and Ilimnrcl 2 I 3 I |. | | | and Junior, with endurance
. 121 points for an average of 129 game The game wa a Keyttone one 41 21 47115 'IIHV\\L.I\
points per name Barry Rico! is ( Conference ball game I Richard! Sup!> scored one. : OS 30 47314 Crosby 2 3:I T" pi I/en oflered In each, at
leading the B team with 87 points I The fourth< period fnund, the pace I 37't' W, 4,13,18 Totals 19 24 62 'I'
Y Fernandina jumped off to .and I t'I".ItIU1dllln 1'1 14 15 12 60Bnllcs will' as bist Trail Horse/ reg and
picking Unto wllh the Pirates '
for a 97 game averago, with Bur. dearly up a 31'i 30'v 4"407j
; 11.3 flrt quarter lead, as 12 II 11 23.... 62 (Continued on page tea)
, f ry Rice second with 44 for a 4,9 Ronnie Snpp scored ( points In having their best" scoring period of 2fl 40 47217 1
game average, PeeWee Nobles was this period( Mike Cook scored 4 the night will] 12 points as Ronnie 26 42 41102:
leading\ with ,140 game average I Sapp scored 6, Pee Wee Nobles 'I, I I S.Onmcs TICKITS ON,, SALt AT 'CIRCUS SITI
with 69 points, but was promoted' Ted Stcgcr i and Steve Beckett : 2M3 jMkMilvlll C.lli. ..in. II4| I, Ad. .ml M.
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, <} ft I Doc Bodeffer! wanted to> remind : even though beginning at men a scorer with 15 points with I i-Came
some business that the Senior League ''late date Mike Cook scoring 7 and Richard : . ., , . fl'ifl
I. needs a sponsor for a team for I: ft Sarp 6Terry, : 1 : :::: :::::::::::::: ., . 610

the coming baseball season The I I The Fernandina Beach Cheerleader Jackson left Orange ParkIn .fill
I Pirates are left without a sponsor came upI Ith some new I scoring with 12. ; Game
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year. It -will coat only one hundred- fans In t the I gvm It It nice: to see Conner ncoroti! :l the moat for the PI. ( 'i: Ind Came
fifty dollars. We will have more some new action after the same rates wllh 8 points. Steve Hi\llle" I ." ., ,t. 211 ItNUMCIRCUS
J about the Senior and Little Lea thing for the past twenty years scored 6. (Hank Bnllcy 5. Barry : .. .. ?*t
J goes next week\ as the season for j Hue 3 and Beryl| tllce 2. ,;(' ) : 2211

') ,' U I each will. beginning- soon We still have hnnen of our band \ Friday night the Pirates enter 1 Bowler BAllE
'tr IV T I going to New York for the Worlds lain the Hilhard Red Flashes In H ( l 211-5TiO:
rnwmm Independent\ basketball for women I,Fair. We hope to get,things work.I!what should be the) best game lobe \ 201-.4I! f
Is scheduled to begin In early ed out to begin a drtve own, and plavid In the !local gym this in-148
"' February A four-team tongue ill we will need all the help available, leaion Hllliard with the trcmcnd I ., in-sri
try to get underway at that time, It will be a big job, but what band 'bus bJiitkttttiall! accord over (lift'' ; .' IB-UK\ ,
with' two trims from Fernandlna i deserves a trip more than oie'si I pant *ears. has proved to be a (nod1' / I: : ; 1RI-324
deuw'Ing' .Add In every rym In I I : ::* :: 171-313

which: ) they !play I a game nTh Bowler fl M coot I.1IvsNINO: IHOWf: J.n II, 14. II 4 |' 5 PM
game here with the Fir-airs Frktey I / !IHO 11 M .... U.It MATINII, I.., 14, 4 f M,) J.n. if I,lP.M.J
FERNANDINA BEACH, I' night should be one (Hint will bring : IH.1/ C :jl:"Mn axe""11 11011 l '(.ftoiT.:. '\,II 5PM.s5PM.Miilmi '.MP> I f,'M, J.... IItlrlwis ,
out the fans In large numbers I lAO
1 I 1781 I 4''.. O. ..1.) I In l>cliionv II.l d Civic Aumiarhrai and
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"JEWEl OF FLORIDA'S mOWNIEACHESI I BOX SCORE: ( ) ( . 173 lUnimMl, rule Ticket irtir.,
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Fprnooilina fig fI Pis. i.r. 172 11
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Director Furnlshed By These Mfrt'ha.llts and Business Men Thrift Ron Sapp 7 I 1 1 15 3Steger CHEVELLElby! Chevrolet :

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Beckett 0 I 1Nohlen
George's Suburban I I 8

Macltlse Shop T I D E. 5 PropaH Gad Coe ', Alvarez Schemes 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Ifarl'Inon One of the things you'll like best about it is 11 odets to choose from.


SERIING ALL lIoward 0 0 0 MALIBU S.S. SERIES 'MALIBU SERIES 300 SERIESChevtlle'i
2 N. FRONT ST.
a' IETTJD YOUR. NEEDS IN Ferreira 0 0 0
: These two Super Sport models are Che"'elle'lmlddll'- .scriat,the mot economical aerie.-5
Machine Work LP GAS Titals IG 7 37
add JD MlmNes r.. GAS AI.ptifNCBS Chevelle'i finest Front bucket seat, Malibu, retains many feature found but don't H Its gentle price tog fool
Weldi.ig' Broils Orange Park fig fI I'h. dnor-to-door carpeting and an all. In the two Super Sport model. Like you. The 800 has all Chevrolet'a traditional

Marine ie-Ira .nudl.a Harbor 7 South 7th St. lIonst'n I I SI vinyl interior! In seven colon A wide all Chevelleg, It's a good foot shorter value and reliability. Full
Phone 261.3li I Bartlow 2 0 4 choice of transmissions and extracosti than biz cars, making it easy to park Colt suspension.\ Body by Fisher.
Special Service To TiCE LOW MalheAnn 1 0 2 hlgh-pprformanct engines., I'lus a and handle.Yet inside it i surprisingly Flush-lad-dry rocker panels Your

Shrimp Trawlers 'T H"" KING'I I Weaver .' ., I I, 3 whole host of other options, spacious and comfortable. Chevy dealer will tell you all the rent ,
All Wortr CuaranteedFriday, Jan 24 Booth- 1 1 3 .."
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Open 8 am. to 5 p.m, 8:42: a.m. 10:1B: a.m PHOTO ,SHOP Totals 12 3 27 A. ..
Monday Thtu Saturday 4:11: p.m, 10:38) : p.m, Roll 1'toeesalag Fernandina 11 7 7 12 37 ..,
Pause Dq> 111-1111 Developing a Printing Orange Park :3 10 8 8 27 >'I. '< '
Night 111-1.. Saturday, J 811. 23 Kodak Film

4:49: a.m 11:20: a.m. Photo Suppll s
b:19: p.m. 11:38: p.m. l\fovle.Colond. Regular Pirate Sewing I 1 soKRsensTC01VdeflaLl I, n OPOsfCGUPC 1 OOAl1DAN "" ,
B E W I S E Weddings UHII
Sunday Ian. 2"
rortialta b1 Appointment Only Ronnie Sapp

"Porcelainize" 5:42: a.m, 12:20: a.m Stlydlee. At IIN Ash &. Mike Joe Thrift Cook 129 1M I
G:20: p.m. x
Phone 261.4586 Steve Beckrit ; 1Canvtaial
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Monday, Jail. 21 Richard Sapp I
LONGER THAN Ted Ste"er 441 -'
ORDINARY WAX JOB 6:51: a.m. 12:34: '' n.m. Rowland' Benny Alvarez 28 ,

7:18: p.m' I :16 p.m. UPHOLSTERY Jchn: lIarrlKfln 12 sorts SPORT canes Amps 'IAN
LASSERRE MOTOR Jan. Richard khomas II
Tuesday! 28 00 YOU NEED !Mitchell Ferreira 2
HEW rOV..IIINOII oft REP4''
CO 7:45: a.m. 1:29: a.m' Flcr.NW Chuck Howard 0 .
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Wednesday, Jan 29 roa roes 'I
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8:35: a.m. 2:20 a.m. FREE ESTIMATES PeeWee Nobles 80 a o0o51toan _
GmAg. Fi-L-" 1? 9:01: p.m 2:58 p.m.Ve Pick Up and Deliver i Beryl Hire I 44 r' + 6 rsnncsttaIAnaN *" 00015A

Hank Bailey 40
VI.lt U. For Tlnanday, Jsa. 1'0 Porter & LOyquilt Mike Conner ,. 19

9:21: a.m 3:11: ..m, Jim Cllrbett 15
Complete [,Lae Of GeMnI Contractors
Flllhllli Tackle 9:48: p.m 3:44: p.m harry Mills 13
SPECIALTIES Richard rOle 7 II/MI5/ / PASleNGR "
e Rods Reel tuners waeoN PN
WOODWORKING Bill Miler II
Friday I Jan. "I
Outdoor Camping PLASTIC 'iIl'RF ActSn Steve- Beville 2
Equipment 10:05: a.m. 3:59: a.m. cnno"l" BUILT CABINETS' Charles Burns 2

10:33: p.m 4:29: p.m. K1TCt1EN t.Js'.ATII: John Welsn I P .
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. At The Churches I Presbyterians U.S. r""' "' r-----....... --.......:.-;: J>.'.1h'.7"r"-.... ,"" -- <
SAVE 4r DIXIE THRIFTY FROZ M ,: ,Sf t

ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC I,,7:30: p.m. ?_ Evenlrg Worship I i Emphasize Missions ORANGE ,
CHURCH Tuesday \1' Selected for TENDERNESS
Rv. Vf, i. Holmes, Pastor I I r.OO: p.m. __.. Visitation I
._..._.... I' In 1964 tile 0
Sunday Sunday Muse _?__ 7.30:2nd: am.4th Atr BAPTIST'lrTABERNACLE Program i tLL 901 I I e ,; Trimmed for VALUE

Sunday Mass ...-??.....__. 1st, .3idBth i I i CllL'KCH |:I Mrs Walter A. Ilamrlek SOl wan.I ", ,,_ .. I r ?
Sunday, 11.30: a.m. Amelia load Phone :261-1487 tee PreHbylcrial World Mission '
Monday Young People 7 p.m. KCT. Loyd, Chambers Pastor :dial r man. Hill be the -z.)
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"Dally1 ? Sam. j I Sunday: IScnuol ..,....??.?. 10 a.m. at a joint meeting of the World Cons ; -..-
Saturday __...... Convent Chapel I Morning; Worship ?.?? 11 a.m.Evening Missions, under chairman K W. i BII SAIl
""B-W Communion in Convent Worahip ?.7 p.m. :I Rublnon and the World Missions RESERVEDPRICES soar bin'

-jtuSQ P.M. ,?-?. Young People's Wednesday Service ___ 7 p.m.MEMO for Women Mrs Adam QUANTITY: RIGHTS .
. I beu GOOD THRU
'" -.Meeting. ,
-trtr I Mlllsop to hold at the First
""""" YW' JAL METHODIST I Presbyterian church, Sunday, February FOO STOaES JANUARY. 25TH W-D BRAND TABLE TRIMMED CHUCKRoast.
,. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH I I 2 at 5 p m WIND u.xle l ITOIII I INC.c.rvmaHT I
"Rev. E. A. Lewis. I'anlor I Nelson 1'. Moytr Pastor This Is
""'101DO a.m. ??...... Sunday School U:45 a,m. _........ Sunday School I i iU I meeting church part program of a PresIbjtcrlan on- Colonial Quick Frozen eLL' 48 ;

..41<00.cm. ??...?. Won hip Service I :UO a.m. ....... Morning Worship the missionary outreach, to receive .
11:80: p.m. C. A. Youth Services tf.lt: I.m. __ MYP &
} Supper Programs- special vmplmsls during
February 1.
... 2J10 p.m. Evangelistic ServiceThundsj In the field of world missions. I iII EXTRA

w'< mid week .e"lc.- /.SO: ,.m. ___. Evening Worship During the coming year, the HENS25i Rrb NEFLH038-: :
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IIM p.m. Ord -tr Presbyterians U S. will join other
"M FIRST-tr BAPTIST* CHURCH 0(:( FIRST! CiltKCHIU'T. I'KEMIYTEKIIN churches in tlm United Stales and : S .

..,. ...R... J. T. Dunnam Pastor Canada In an Intensive study of ur
John Dozier, Pastor the church In Southern Asia "hlchICrvl'1 I W-D BRAND TABLE TRIMMED ROUND BONE SHOULDER
> Worehip Services: 8:30: A.M ... ..
Church School ":45 A.M. almost 500 million people In
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? Worship Service 11:UO AM: India,, Pakistan, Ceylon, and I
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7:30 P.M. Youth Meetings ........ 6.00 P.M. I pal. se'l Roast La 5 8 '
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Church School ..... 7:30: I
.Training Union ........... 6.15: PtVl. ft 'ii. P.II'iPINE The church: Interest In r FOR BAKING ,

.--f'rll'er Service _...._.. Wednesday GROVE BAPTIST e'venls Asia Is, population a complex I I explosion one World com I !r FOR STEWING ., W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN, FRESHER 100% PURE

7.30: P.Mft CHURCH pct: Ing Ide-ologlei, the urgent pressure I j CHICKEN SALAD it 98
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CALVARY BAPTIST C11URCllBailey _
., R ad !Sunday: School ._.-.,.. 0:45 a.m. a rising tide of expectation on r. i
L Morning Worship __. 11 am the purl of millions of people make
.W. C BYRD...,..I'ASTOItflmnUy .. .... ( ,1:00: a.m. .......... Morning Service tills a crucial time for the Christian y --- "
School 10 A.M. T! ,:
SwSnf Worship .. .. .. .11 A.M. 7.30: p.m. Evangelistic Service church. I ._ ::::::Jl:: M _'. ,,;, mf;

4>enlng Service .. 7:30 P.M. WMB During 1K! >4. Presbyterians will ...... '
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tl 0(:( 7:30: p.m. Wednesday V.L.B. Young be stml.\ln tills vast area and Its ..... I Plain d..-%.. )''IIhhilll.Jj'!) )" I I dim..-(.
J fl\E POINTS H upie great needs "It calls for !.eearalro, et. .
Bhl'TISTCIIURCII 1:45: .?.M_...__ Prayer Meetinw gent concern for our Inli.m.1 50 Extra &H: : Green Stamps
prayers and or
Tuesday: Singing Practice .. 7.JO:: '-- ..._ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFT1
... : W. Keen Pastor our gifts that In Christ may 1 be' ,
Naga I/ \
*.4l. .m. .. Sunday School pm. found the answer to the nerds oil 1 N1n JE! S e If THNII I"aa yxD1N TAna 0 bas.
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11:00';.,.. .??. Morning Wurshly:301.m. "'"N "'."ti. .5... mm today In Southern Asia." said "I T.: 1 1 Fish Stacks

: -,.?._ TraininK Union I'IIINCE OF I'hACE;' Mrs. Mlllsop l I' RI 51 GOOD TNxu,,JANUANT 11TH
*.' Lt'TIILRAN CHI ItCH !
::3f( p.m. __ Evening Worship "
}r.an..da service, 7.30 Donald K. Ilimmelmsn Paslvr AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
prayer : yl d
Phone Zil-5SJ4( ( ASC Announces OLEOMpRGARINE '

tP' oft (} Sunday School............. V:45 a. m. __ 1 I e -' FIOUR Limit I
1 Worship Service ........ 11:00: a. m. i ::' ::::.:.'F.f.c$5.: Food Order ,
CHURCH : .
OF GUI) Sign-Up Dates For 1 ,... Mon dime
? .xYN/1 or
J"Ji
2 Cor 4th and\ Cedar Sts. (Held/ at \arlinia members home) ; ...... ":
*. R4,. L. Marvin Wednesday: Mld-Week Bible 50 ;
Johnson Paatei Extra ;0 Green
Phone 2(1-380 Study .?......_........_ 7:30: p.m. Feed Grain ProgramThe 20* GOLD MEDAL gf WITH THIS COUPON AND Stamps]
: 10:00.: .... ____. Sunday School Thursday: Ladies Class 10:30: a.m. PURCHASE OF
'' 11:00 _... ''lHeld( at various members hornet) TWO 1x01 FIOlIN yaTIO,
: .m. ? Morning ServicfYPt. local Agricultural Stahiliu OLEOSAVE
,
Z; Friday Evening 7.30: p.m fr it *' tlon and Conservation Service of. L QU R Enchilada i Dinners

m T.SO: p..... .__ M Evening Service CIIL'ltCll OF CHRIST flee has announced the official ooo TN's JYNU.xT aerN
South
14th Street
: Prayer meeting Wednesday Kenneth dates of the sign-up period for the I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
L. Jonti, Minister
7:30: 19M Feed Grain'Program The 72 dx
... p.m Sunday: Bible Study ?., 10:00: am .I /
& ft fa Ign-up period will begin on Monday / aJa.
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I t CHURCH OP GOD OF Morning Worship 11:00 am. February 10 and continue LB.Limit '
Evening Worship .... 7:00 '
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2 PROPHECY pm. through Friday March %7. 1 O 39 dht
+ *T <:T 2 Us. t 5-1.B. dyt
Rev. H. C. Drury, Pastor Myrtle Mikke-lsen. ASCS r '
2 10:OJ .. ...... Sunday School ST. FLTKR'S; CHURCH tI'I; (;O"AL Office Manager, In 'making the County announcement With $S, Food ; BAG F w..50 Extra eG..N.:Green Stamps

v 11 sin. :......:? Mornini Service sell that noticei ol Order or More a WITH THIS COUPON" AND PURCHASE OF
.... ... The Rev James U. Ellinor, Rector 1
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r 7:411'-p.m. Service feed ,
Evening ; 1:30: AM. Holy communion grain acreages: : ; yields and TWO yao. 'oonN
2 7:45: Pm.. Wednesday VL.B. Ser 10:00 payment rates have been mailed to I Gold
: AM. Choral Eucharist King Hushpuppies
TlceJFor,young people. il.15: A.M. Church School all feed grain producing farms In ,
(:( HID county This was done as far GOOD THOU JANUANT laTH
2 $T. PAUL'S I.UTNERANe bOO:ChurchmenThis P.M. Episcopal Young it possible: I l In advance of the signup I \\1 AT ANY WINN...DIXIE..
wsorvY 7J
CHURCH -- dht
Areas- City Near. Intersettloi ( is the schedule of every ample period time In to order gather' to give all the farmers facts SAVE y/i Sunday with the of
exception the
5 ASA and figures as to how the program
last of the
Sunday month
A. F.Gerbhardt., Pastor ft ) can fit Into their farming opera., Tomatoes 9' ::: ..
2 11:00)m. Morning Service SUNiAY (ions. 303 CAN : .T.
LAST OF TilE
.. 'ft MONTH Miss Mikkelsen stressed that the 50 Extra SJflC Green Stamps

2 2 BIBLB C( 42* South BAPTIST 6th CHURCH Street 10:00 7:30: : A A.M..M. --Morning Holy Communion Prayer successful 1964 Feed Grain 11161. '62.Program and like'63 programs the SAVE 5'/2' EACH VAN CAMP' Limit 3 with $5. food order "n............. WITH THIScouPON/ AND PURCHASE OF

w Rer. C. W. Page. Pastor and Sermon will be entirely voluntary. Cocon'uY
2 Sunday Services 11.15 AM Church School These programs have accomplished w. ? Ckk*
: Par k B 9' .
10:00 A.M. _... & 300 CAN
: Sunday School 5.00: PM. Episcopal Young much toward)(V}\? ,objectives of eons ;I
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2 11:00: A.M. ? Morning Worshl2 Churchmen: Increasing farm |ncqme, reducingthe AT ANY WINN DIXIE
6.30: p.m. __..__... B.T.U. surplus slacks of feed
? ? ir I grains
> SAVE 9J4 EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 with $5. food order --
TOO: P.M. Men's Prayer Service SIMUNi.iriL.1. BAPTIST ,to: a desirable level and reducingthe ,
ell nCII: costs to (lie Government and i"
2 Sfiokty Says State Hiway 107 Naiwauvlllv in turn to the taxpayers of handling 9" I. x
Rev Dan E. Wade, I'aalor and storing the feed grain sur. Catsup 12'0&. BOTTLE 50 Extra W Green
Pastor Prayer Time Muses. She added though that the Stinps

t (H'or Men) ....?.....?.....?.... 7 a.m. job Is not finished and that In recognition WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
PI'I Sunday School .....?....0:45: a.m. of this fact the Congress SAVE 12< EACH KLEENEX roux e.o 10 CA. L'aHT' MIaT
n Morning Worship 11 a.m. authorized continuation of if' Blue
r ? ??
I'I Training Union .......... 6:15: p.m. the program for the 14 and 1963 x00B0aTNy JCINhUu.xnrZI1N Tuna
I tv Evening Worship .... ... 7:30: p.m. crop yeari. / Towels I 2 ROLL PKG. 29 ,, AT ANY WINN-DIXII
Wednesday The 14! program, although
THE rlAHr SSJUOU Men's Hour of Power ,... 7 p.m tally the same as the 1963 bS'1 7S .be.
TRE[ HaS 4 NIVEDmtsori sue Prayer Service ........ 7.30:: p.m. grams, dues have certain addition* 1 SAVE 10< EACH DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise ife Zo'::'';
ur r a "Vthosoever will may come." al advantages for participating
1 leSTT1tFES ''A oCr -ir 'armors The tup limit on diver.I d L 1M
NORTH 14th STREET' lion has been Increased from 40 to 3 9'' "'
1 Vi Ii IiI mrnsT ciintcuV 50 percent I lor 25 acres whichever W' 5"O'\Ex'0 W Green Stamps
:45 a m. ..._..m_'.. Sunday School I. larger) of lime farm feed grain I :: WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OP'
I 11:00 am. "_'" Morning Worship base. Also the maximum pajmcnt SAVE 1 10< EACH KRAFTMayonnaise ONI 24.01. JA l< Dc.. (OUTM
It:30 p.m. .... BTf\: rale will apply to all acreage diverted Strawberry Preserves
7:30: p.m. Evening Worxhipi whole the hoist diversion
I i 7:30: p,m, .?. Mid-Week Service on the farm Is 40 percent or more' QT. 49' ji.e" Oooo THRU JANUARY laTH
i There are uo ntLolui forotd 1 Wednesday of the feed grain base resulting Inj I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

__ __ 7a.t
a higher average! payment rate for I
moat farms The average yield fig-1
ures used in computing diversion ::
and prlcc support payments are : ; d ; L

now based on the 4 year ((19311.62 I M I .t 1" '
ss average yield tat the county Instead r U. S. NO. 1 WHITE 1 50 Extra 0.'t'L"GreeaStimpsi
ss I. of the 2,)cir M'l'iUGOi': aver !I. ,; WITH THIS COUPON f AND PURCHASE Of
[f @ age as was dOli!! iinilir past pro- ;"" ONI taNx1SelalitLLT
lira mo. i resulting in a higiur nor- Alka
nUll yield! HKUIO/ In ninny cased.* Potatoes 10 39 !
r
The eoiinty UlIll.'l' ni.in.iwr urged: pt BAG 1 Oooo TNxu J.NU.xr T"
all fjiniors to ciirelully consider nil r, AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
V uf the fuels on how the program 71 dI
can benefit ""'11alld In I hurt Hie : : ;\ .. "'i
::: !ikl"I': ; "
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COLORS country an a whole and linn make
,:} : iluir derision" Jiliiuit .p.iitielpallnilIn -'--" :-
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: .a"h. .. -
tliln feed ,
; je'urs voluntary grain: } ... ..CJ
program. i ( ;; .1JJtii' II _,s. ., ;
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FROM DU PONT Jr. HiElcmcntaryLlNtllltCHIM -
4 :jYOUR; CHOICE Ie YOUR I CHOICE.I \ t
..1 So Lovely to Live With : ) >U\IS;: a7 .

..i So :Much in Good Tasto J28.31 BLUE or WHITE ARROW I 4. VACUUM PACKED .

.. Monday :M' ) SCHOOL\ IE\C1I- I
'oO' Don't fail to see the exciting array of new paint /
LIIS I'UNMNG: : I>\YTU'Iluy
....1. colors-both interior and exterior-for 1964. Ilar.b: .cue park nush1I'd Detergent Astor Coffee't

-., They've just arrived from DuPont. These new politie) bettered' Hplineli' ear.i Hi eM ,
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paint colors selected by a leading color con. rot I sinks, rolls and buuu.I red: apple i I

aultant, will be seen throughout the New York sauce. i I 1'J i {ui i
!i World's Fair Modern HOUSE OF GOOD TASTE.i 'I We'dnosdiy Il.imburii! bun i i GIANT BOX :; 1 LB. CAN

rGri Be among the first to enjoy kernel littuie coin laid, peach IOIIIIKD lubbloi 1111,111., ''t whole pint, \ li SAVE 11' 48/ r' f SAVE 14'1} 1}

i I these style setters in and D milk. ri- '
uMe. 1 t J '"
i, '. on your own home. See them. TliursliHoait. giblet graliosh turkey eranhrrrj Mdifssinu '. 1" j 1 J

4 t..O: ... jit t our ton, today //iJtJ! )! Of ooo (Alit I name'" preen bonus tiinilied DETERGENT Save 211,1 << f .0 -7"--' COFFEE Save 144 ,r

4 btn10al80RI3SfAAJ yams. roll and butler pe'unul ) 7'

t'- f x butler Friday conkie- drilled 12 pint milk cheese sand I ]'(' Cheer GIANT 58* ./ / \ Foigers ,'l 59; /. }

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: wick frown: baby limos fresh fruit I .s.sJs) Limit 1 with. $5.00 food ./' ,to I e p Limit, 1 with' $500 food ...
I naiad, cake w cluKolate) Icing h : 'ef1l'I .
e 4 BUILDING pint milk I 81 order or more.. ...... '. ,'ftk9r.. order or more. .. /
NASSAU & SUPPLY CO. i .
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YULEE, large modern two bedroom UNUSUAL OPPORT\J\ITY High Joe Jacobs, both asst. ally, 'generals .-

: WANT AD RATES house, carpoit Also large commission earnlngi with a grow. from Tallahal ee. '
modern - two bedroom duplex Ing 60 year old company jelling nes, hovexer, would W-otf
M per word .71 minimum apartment, carport Both near world (amoui Goodyear main >
Cud of Thinks. ReMloUMMMd Terminal Bag reasonable. Ph lenunce products Rod Tormo In A CAPITOL LETTER and ruiininii In his new Job. 'and 0

Similar Notice.I 225-5374. would lake a lot of cafehinf! lib
J3c() his first full year earned over

per w.rd $LM minimum TWO BEDROOM, furnished house", 20000. Don Kirby opened over The Little Bird Sez: HY JKRKV MOCK from Ilie other potential e.ndldltl'f"

CaI l 261-3688 or 261-3687 150 repeat customer on one exclusive Kynes' apixilntmrnt waa'.probaB.ly : .
newly painted, tile floors, 321 S, TALL,\HASSEE: The haM K.irl: Kuiixloth. the
or place ad it of fie Consolidated product hll slaw smoolhljlklnitMi.iml
4th St. Phone 261-5359. I the worst kept secret In thf'"
511 Ash Street J23p second year. Managerial opportunity The man who thinks he can best been art for the final fiantic! KUIof attorney Falrelolh. r.iiscd
Cfur for men experienced In I ho administration of Cinv. Fur. In 1.\y County has h.icl nhMiiuspoliticd Capitol In years. News leaked .out

: NICE : l h d apart- I paintf ind roofcoatlnga. !Many travel alone all the time, very i I'll """yallt. It was likely tlul much aspirations He wns ninneil / a week aliejd of time ''A\ Vould

1 FOR SALE ment. Adults only. 1306 Atlantic exclusive and nuncompetlllve n!. more would luppon litTtne I lie lop' fiesliman iYnUIilor! nl HIPHCksioll have been longer but for the ualimely -

: MWMMi M MW* -Ave.-Phone--261-4835- tfc peat Items. Age no barrier. Diversified seldom gets any Iace.I year rmlcxl( lllHt UplllIK, He CllllUI 11)1)1bine death of Justice Terrell.'who:

winter and iumnicr line. Ally Ceil Kirhird: K.rxln: was hm rural I hcillaup wllli Ilieuruc announced he would resign Feb.I .
DINING ROOM PRIVATE 1
m SUITE, like-new I 8 ROOM half block
months old cost $340 will I Post Office. Private We take care of all financing procliImt-d a Justice nf die Slatr nf the blIC cities In wl: into I The new obviously was _a trial,
scl(
entrance.
shipping and collections. Fringe Supreme Court ripliiclng ctarnscilJustice Ilie ,politlrnl,, pit'lure.Mlurs IxilliMin that Rot no violent relC'.
fur 1200. Rev. J. Phone
W. Keen. Ph 261-5186 or 261.4341. tic
.. 2615234. benefit Include free life Insurance. (ilt'im Terrell. Krvln: wmKcmTiillv ( wcic known to be Inter, lion. Third District Court --oC Appeals
J23( I ales bonuses. Write Consolidated : dcclnreil! dfimlng ofI JudKc Thomas II BaMdullJr.
: ---" FIVE ROOM: fmnished apartment esled In the job of attorney Keneial. -
; ELECTROLUX: for rent. 432 North 3rd, Phone Paint and Varnish Corp, thl'I l poM NO cou'lcd. by alti>rmys' Kcp William Ch |ipcll of of !Miami Beach reportedly

: Vacuum cleaner, excellent ctmdi. : 2bl-4945. J23p East Ohio Bldg, Cleveland Ohio. kicked JII>>fully so as In ipcuk, upbtulrs. tlc'.il.i. htl helped rciipponion lilin., was In the runnlni for Terrell's:

lion, all attachments complete --------- self out uf a jol next >enr at vluti, Job but Erxln was acceptable!:"And

Bal (20.50 or reliable party pay BEACH RENTALS In his plme as the state's atlor.ney representnlixe. was known to lie )Kynes was mceptable for.J;rvIIl"

: olf $10.25 monthly payments. Ph I WINTER: RATES. For Information SITUATION I ui'iii'ral uns Jimmy K>'ueI InleieitiHl In the attorney Kciicuil'i job. So apparently he ha*' .' '100\I
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I 2614157. j2Jc Call W. I. McCranlc, 2614642. WANTED thl'I !Mjrlanna boy m.idc? RUM)I. post Mm mime on the biillut wuulclluxe clitmcc to stay there awhile.

t I former Diala nllorncy. former a terliiin nunlc \Mittlier he

1959 RENAULT, 4 CV, Rood Tun" NICE 7-ROOM: house South 7th Unixernilv of rlorldu fool bull pb\- would tackle his former toumiiunreninlnul

J nlng condition, reasonable. See at | St $44 month. Phone :; WILL KEEP children In my home I t>r, loinicr Innlii-tman for Hr>'aii|, a (11I1'Ntiun.

2493 S. Fletcher after 6pm.J I 2615848.J23c for working mothers. 2 yrs. up. whu was. gelling his political lies. House Speaker M.illorv Home( olI ACROSS
I 130 N. 6lh St. J23c sells.For.
J23c I.con I'ouiity. ulten niciilliiiic-il as a
TWO BEDROOM furnished Krviu It u I
apartment appniently was
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rcpl.icemenl for Krvln: piesuni.ili.ly
*' HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS: I I All electric. Sadler Rd. PUBLIC NOTICENOTKP mutter ul bcinKnl, the lUM pl.iceat Inninl, down the job. lint Ihl'nI

Friday 9am. corner Bin and', Plume 2615896. tic : Trt rRFDITORHItORIIIA the rlKhl: time, ConslsU-nlly In- did he? I
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.. Cedar. Also Frlfjldalro washing STATITKSIV lepcndi 1'l'vln: IIUK IICMT bren
I Sr.'ACE. TilE I'(>1'RT fir TMK COl'NTV lleic Hie some oilier possibilities
TRAILER
i: milch Inc. Phone 2SI-3743. JiJc ,, near O'Neal. JI'IM.E.' NAHSAll ('()lNTY.) H.OK- mown 11'1 a Hluiincli friend uf t'lir.rllt -
Lai go lot, plenty room for chil IDA IN PKOIIATE.n lir>' nl. In his own mailer ol llo'p.lob| \ !M.I nil nf Hills

THREE BEDROOM IIO'USE. tltn.edln ;; dren. I'hone 2(11-44:2,1.: tic OTIS rn LfKOV Etlile or HAPDOCK. Drcriiril, fact \tny. Krvin: set pi'city much boioiiiih wlio pliiiiiied In run lor

: porch and carport Assume -- To All Crrdllnri and Prrioni lla\ln| an liHle|>oiilciil itiiirne nil the cubInot the ofliec! of Hccrctiny of ilntc,

t monthly payments of $i5 and pay FURNISHED. efficiency apartment ('Ilim. or O.mand. Aul..1- laid E.. sidiiiK !first. with iuu KI-OIIP hail/ Tom Ailiims none for noxernur.:

J for transfer. No money down on beach. Phone 201-4941 ind taeh ot you are hereby I PUBLIC NOTICE I then mien lier He prohulily voted Paul Joliiison. Hillhbiirouith County ,

i After 7 p.m. phone 261.50114 org j after 5. tie 11..1.. and and demundi required to which prevent, you,niiv or NOTH: TO <<< NFtilTORH Cotton Packing To with Si-c. til Slate Tom Aitanu stale alloinry.: Pick Cculi'ln, hi die i iproseiulinii

sec at 410 S. 15th S!. tfc : of you may hnve aljlnit thee II.OKIOA iTATIIKM: more Hun with Bryant. Er\n! ull *' ar! fr DwleCount1 CORNE
_ TWO BEDROOM: FURNISHED lile of Olli Lerov Haddnclt. drie'". I IN Tilt: tOllir 01IHK lOlNftJl I possibly wo'ilcl! be missed! most on anil Tom llenclersun und'
1 BROWN PONY and saddle for apartment. Private entrance. 421 ed. lull uf Mid Countv. to me Cmintv IX.K. NAKHAIl 1OINIILOU-I Replace Moss For
I Judge of NHH.IIU Cnunty. I lorlda, ulhl IDA IN' PROIMTB. the TnistiTS for the Intc-rnnl Impruvcnunl -
N. 3rd St. Phone I
261-3452. J30c
$140. Can be wen at 731 S. lllh office In the court houne o( >.ldCoumy In relali: > nlMAUALINK I Fiiiul, where hilt acinr.ulc .

or Ptt. 261-4456. tfc : VACATION APTS. vlthln fix B| rernundlni rnlendur mnnllii Bench from Florida, the. EDNA CERKEV 1I'.e..d.To Seedling Shipping leKiil meninry buck to Ills beKlnnlim DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST ...

OCEA.NFRONT:' APTS. completely time of the flrit publication ol All ('.rdll... .nd '....on. II..In. In office! In 1>>4<> liel|>,Ml! (lie ;
';tF D-IlIhibiUW/: ; : / notice Two cf each clulm' ('Iohn. 0' O.m..d. AI.ln'l 1I.ld .... IN ANAUTO'
Kivin
furnished. Day, week or month. demand lfo"ln "rllln I and thl'l 1a1.1 lIuiKlii'iU of tliiiuMiiitls of pine UK over Ilioiny l problemi.
: radio 261-5649 or the of You and each of hereby often rderred to policies u I 584 S. Fletcher A VI'. 261.5878. tfc state place rtaldetce and you are sct'tllinuft are tin I heir May !rum years
conlart Bill Crane. J23p office adilren of. the claimant, and noUlled and ..qulred I" I.nl" ,,".v In (lie public Interest to block _. .;.. .
: __, __ APARTMENT Khali be iwom to.ly the claimant, hli I cl.im. anJl d..nd.l, hleh you. ... four Klorld.i: FurrM Sorvlcp nur. I aito -
BEACH furnished Kent, or ittorney inri accompimleilv I either of you mav hove aiulnsl the Bt'rlrs to furmi'H and luiulownen proposed sule or use of the stale'ssiihmcriH'd I :.. .:;.. "', '
; MOUSE FOR SALE or rent 603 or unfurnished. Year round rent. > a flllnl fee of one dollar md; "ueh entule of Madeline l-cliiu i.ciken, deceased I lands., Stubbornly, lit 1.ff "' ..,

Swill Kb. Phime 261-5952 after Howard Hammond, ph. 261-3733. void claim or demand not 10 filed ihall be Judge lute of of NJ.IUU.ad! Countv.Count,In t'lor.th 10'Couoly But lor till ctimnirrt.'lul wwllinus, plunlliiK for bi-Ht survival I times, he would oppose moves bv ,;}'. ; :;: : _l. i..J '

: I. J23c I tee Marv Ann Haddock Ida. at hn office In the court home muni bv In Individuals or local guvernnienl .A,1
carefully pmkc'il
At admlnlitritor of the Eilate ofOtli of. laid 1'ounly at Fernandlna Beaih '.
---- II"hlch he felt contrary
bud were
FOUR ROOM unfurnished 2 car Leroy Haddock deceonedFlnl ,.lo.ldo.lllhl" ilx calend.ir monlhe bales before shipment Thli year I TUNE-UP
:; QUAIL: DRESSED $100 each puhllcntlon January R, lm*. from the time of the firm publication for the first time to the public Intercut ,
arc
.. Orders of 10. Me each. Plume garage apartment at beach. $55 Thoi. J, Shave, Jr. Allornev of Ihll rmllie, Ench claim or demand 1 nuntt-rymi-n Is known for rewarding'
year round. Call 2614602. tfc .. 1.9, IS, 23 :30 ahall be In writing. and ahull >t.ite using a nmlst cult 011 winp fur the Hiynut To Civc Your Cur "onK- I
:2CI.49U or 261.3234: tfc the place of reildence nnd pint ollneaddieia Kwdllnys!! Insk'ad
: APARTMENT FURNISHED 2 I PUBLIC 1 NOTICE of the claimant, and 111.ill eAcc'iirdliDj I Kynes bp'kUked] upslulri )DukKrvln er Lift und Get MvlterMileiiKe.
; be iworn to bv the claimant hla
THREE: BEDROOM ;
; masonry home. bedrooms, private entrance Clrrull. Court, Duval County. Florida agent, or attorney and any luih to Foritil M.iiiHKPinrnl : In' Ilie Supreme Court. Tills Let Our x-
:! Living room air-conditioner. Car. Jarksonvlllr Trarior Company, Inc., claim or demand 'ml lu filed ahull be would give tW' suvernor a firm'
gatage. Phone 2614227. tfc Chief R. A. llimnlnuliuiiNon: the
1 port, utility room, Landscaped a Florida corporationJ. void fin III pert Mechanic* Keep It
Ilie cabinet the
I i jliilp on yenrIn
: VenlU Newaome, At Admlnlntratrlx new urjip U miptrlor la miiHH .,
: 905 Amelia Dr. $730 down, $39 SIX ROOM, downstairs, beach J. V. Davli cum leitanipiiln" unnexo of. the uhlih him bttn UHCI! In the stiind- (it I Ice. Almost without exception I IBI'yant Alwuys", In Perfect Con "
month. Phone 261. 107. J23c duplex. Unfurnished. Ph. 201- Cine No .2nn.L Dlv. K: L.MI Will and Teitament" ofMuddllne could three solid
xpect '
I NOTICE OrKIIFHIrrl Edna ..,,k.n. deceasedFlrit Hrd-nnik KlilpplnK bole for munyyean. ( dition.
3118. tic I Notlie la hereby given that I. NU.I publication January 1. 111 voles on any Issue Ills and! those
: bert J YOU ,hlood. tMerlff of Thou. J. Shave, Jr Attorney I I
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FLEXALUM CUSTOM MADE I of Ki*>s and Compticillrr Kny'Grein : I
I The shlpplntf bllIs\( a kind ufwetpuck I An Engine Tune-Up
NICE THREE BEDROOM unfurnished an C lorlda, bv 4t 12. g. 16 23 I
Venetian blind measured and I lun.ct 'lu.ofo'lh: fourth neeiled In
The ninny
Writ laiued
home at Five Points. and It nu.v hold 2000 or !May, He Junl What Your
installed. Wide rang ot colon.I circuit Court ol. Duval Countv. I PUBLIC I NOTICE more' seedlings for srt-dllnKi for I Inslnncci. would come (mm Commlsslonir I
Calf 261-5421.: tic Ida on tht sth, day of Cur Needs For Flint
:I PORTER JOVEQUIST Color 1M3 In that certain eaune ... NOTICE TO CRFDITORgrLOHIIIA shipment anti iransplanlinK. If the of AKrleulliire DoyleConner !

.. Center. Phone 2G1-3U68. tfr I ONE BEDROOM furnished apart- Jackionvlllt. Tractor Compairv. 'lor'l TAriTfc roots of a, seedling dry out before I or State SUIN'rlolt'udf'lll| ofSehiHiN Start t In The L'urly
a Florid corporation wai IN THE COIR"! UF '"E COUNTY Turn Uiiilcy both uf whom
North Fletcher. Year round
ment. .ltd J, U. Davli planllnK lift chance of survive
( defendant
waa JLDI.E:, NAHSAH COl'NTY' rLOK MornlnlC""' ,
:; REMNANT VINVL ACCOLON rent. Ph 261-3595. tic I In my ponenlon the followUif IDA IN PROIIATE after planting Ix alinnst ZITII. Tin j usunlly vole with Uiyanl.As .
., In stock. 9 ft. width. $1.65 sq. icrlbed property' tow/if In re> rutale ofHARRIETT fur Kynes It was I lie lopping.'

yd. Porter & Lovequlst Color BEACH APARTMENTS )1'11'1 One No(,,ehl 8!!88 Mixer with Model crunher 1 5PMX Serial mill I AU tredllen II, WOOD and Peraona DeceairdTe Having. him miisi Is or necessary cotton water-holding to prevent med roots I I al 35, tll a ruxited polllkul ( ONLY $6.50

:; Center. Ph. 2151-3068. tic round. $35-JB5 month Model CR5S Serial No 87S3 for
Filter Clalmi er Uemandi Agalnit laid fcitalti drying while seedlings. are shipped, As a hatchetman Bryant : .7
6 C'I. 8 C'L
ed Included. Ph and icrein Model BJ Serial No I known to have 'arl'l'r'l or ....
electricity nes wai
2321 Oni Ford Tractor Model MID stored. .
You and eaih of you ire hereby or '
REDECORATED 3 bedroom home, I tic I '
261-5443. Serial No himself
127253 with Uijalnst some
notified and required to preaent any Tests to show relative merit of! Plus Parts :
:; oak floors. $8,500 with $200 down, One Corn picker Shelter Model clalmi end demand whuh you or which he had distaste was
the two packs conducted laic
601-13 Serial No 1018aa were
$57 per month. DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT property of the laid J. U.' Davli. .either.1.11 ot 01 you H.rrl.1 may have U. Wood.Hgalnat thi d.. nut year. Seedlings/: .t 'red for five now In an Ideal spot, politically hihe : '

bed from Namau CounivFlorida
., STILL NEW masonry three Calhoun across street hour of lale, namely i between eleven County: at Judge hn ofrin of In the'court house 17 per, cent survlvil l on planting, the bent In the slate. I
.. room home near high school School St. Joseph's Academy. o'clock forenoon and two o'clock In I of mid Coumy at Fernundlna BiaiFlorida \ Ithlle tiiulrr the surni.* conditions Others walled In the wlnu thin
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$330; down $53.50 IHT month Phone 261-4200 or 2613800. tfc the afternoon, on the aald day at the within ilx. calendiir, mimlliefrom lection to (chullciw Kynl'a'rlllhi

:I -trft
THREE: BEDROOM masonry, two ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished Florida I I ihall offer for aale to the claim or demand ihall be In writing. audibly most formidable was Rep.
Similar teKUl'lth
bidder for pine II'I'dllnlls
Miheil ceih In hand the .
oceunsuie. of reililcnc
and ihiill mute the pldce .
.
baths, family room. 1000 squan apartment above described Vroperlv aa the property and pout office addreu of the tlaluant. itorctl fur three wetki again show.it ;
: .I
lot Five Year round. 123 S. Fletcher. of the laid J U. Davli. defendant I
.. feet. Beautiful at < and ahull he attorn to by tluclaimant ; (lie ciilton wrap bolter I linn the '
1 Veteran with Phone 261-3138. ;Ifc hn agent or atlornev anaccompanied
Points. $13,500 to be e:1"" ::c '::. a '(fo"u ry : by a filing fee of on. IVAst Moreover, cut Ion lives, aLleancr I
low down payment.tr 'Pr.1
dollar and luch claim or demand nol
pmk. It's eiirniH-r, easier
UPPER I.ECK APIS. .on ".rm. Hilliard Florid .
John T. Ferrclra & Son I ly furnished comPlete-I thli 2nd' day of January, IIM4.H V. BeugnetAa ol the Last WlHjrrlft
executor hand.
readily kept on
.i $08 Atlantic Ate. Thane 251-5571 Phone 2613118. Sheriff J." .?oun Na..blood.du County, .IO.lda'l Te G ldmtnt Wood of dvieaKednd ., !Munnon Andrews, and llerrenblirst I DID YOU KNOW?"

:' fiTy DIADEX' TABLETS'"'((formerly TWO .ROOM furnished apartment. 41 Uy:Deputy Emory Sheriff E Walker.,2. *. Hnt. J.publication Shave, Jr Jjnuarv., Attorney' 23 1964, I IThoi. 1 I'olton' >rlen urup.are liuker already nmsery using will the

.. Dex-A-Dict) New name 11 I a. JO. 2. 11
JL.A.. JL soon foil nw.
same formula. Only .U8c. LOCK WWW PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE t UiinnlimhiiiiHi'ii I iidi tilled that all
WOOD'S DRUG STOKE. J23|) THREE ROOM: furnished earagfapaitmunt I'S
iv Till (inri'iT COIRT) or" TilE baling at the four nurKI'rll's wiiuldsiHin '
JIUICMD ( ( I IKllIT ( OIHT, rOlKTII
rOlRTII IHCIIT Ot
THREE BEDROOMS 2 baths. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN' JUDICIAL CIHtllT. IN AM KIHNtS be dimu with tliu cnllim fiber IT IS UNLA WFUL
breakfast nook, dining room, w" w* "w"MCE AND rOK J JUs8At' IOINTV IN I .\U (IINTV: fIIIRIIIIN wrap pending use of pirsrnt . :
: TWO bedroom house, unfurnished. CIMNCERV. Cane No. >75tIV ('II\N( t'RY. Cu. Nn ills stocks of hand.
lined
miihs on
large family room, cedar RF; PETITION OF TIIOMKDTiiFoimne 'iFFRNANUINA' r :l>tlMI. H.UIV.SI'lalnllff I
storage. room, l large double &ar. IIFRNAVDFZ FOR TilE A"" LO"N ASSOCIA"IIIN, a ....rp.orallon .

: age, covered patio. Lot 136 x 194.. w" w1 w"H. KIOHT.ADOPTION JR, A OF MINOR IIOHIIV JACK "Stoutish, middle-aKt'd women, For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious >

.. 1803 Beech St. Phone 261-4167, F. 8AHLMAN NOTICE' : OF ADOPTION .,.. a motor expert reports, are the I
tic PHONE 261-S2Z1 PROCEFDINl.lIV W R KITTRELL ind DOROTIIV V. safest drivers but boy you'd I
; my ,
THE NAME OF TUB HATE OF KITIRELL, nu.ban< and wife, Name Unless The Name Is Registered
FLORIDA: Uefrndanti. !better be pretty darned careful
NICE LARGE LOTS foTTale. I FUR-: ISHED GARAGE APARTMENT TO.: MR BOIlBY JACK KIUHT, SB. NOTICE Or SALE whom you compliment on that I IIcore.
Good terms. One quarter mile oo North 21&t Street. Ph. c o Mr Milton Kl,ht Notice la hereby' liven that pursuant ." John W. Richards
/ final deiree of f reflo.ure ,
c o UJ Fairhorw Drive
South of Five Points on Amelia 2614503. La Mirjda, CalKorrfla ..J"lna: numbered: 275(1 :In the I I'agtiland (S. C.) Journal.
: ltdl Ca" 2IU-54in tfc You are hereby n'MifleH -th.it the Circuit Court of Naiiau County. I lorlda. I Read This Florida Law. ;
inove named Petlllnner hui filed aI'elltlon I Kill Hell the property altu.itlid .
l'J57' CHEVROLET HICKUP: new MISCELLANEOUS In the above atyled Court a In N.UIUU County, I lurii.,| deurilwd. jovernmcnt( KUtintim nhnw
copy of whlrh ll hereto atlathed. hir ... concern over the net( thut t W; I
stake, new baltcry. Good running adoption of the minor child naniec The fnllowlnf deurllied landa alt.Udte .
condition. !Make offer. Sec at 211 ,OST, believed In Vulee vicinity, Ilh. n and you are required; to ihow In the City of, fernnndmaI of Ameilcan families live beyond "It hnll be unlawful for any person or pei-nons" UH defined herein, to engiff .111buMinewt
came Khy the eaW ahuuld not beRranled I each (formerly Cnv nl Ferniirdlnal. ; heir incomes. Look who's talkUK. i

Atlantic Avc. or call 261.90.Utlc! ladies' Fuchla billfold. Ph Reward 261- defrnnei bv' lervlni. If a any copy upon of AIMifC ynurntien and 'known. Nanuu and Cnuntv.rieiirrlbed' H'Ti'l.i on Ihe. ." !Hose !Meredith, Salem I utt herein defined, under u fictltiou mime in herein defined without and '

"I'OSTERBOARD assorted colors, for important papers. Thornpann, Jr Attorney for Pell.tloner offICial plati fit luid, Cllv ,laa lltho. ( We.t'a..) lleiald"It !. unleMH H.ild flctllloui" nhull be rejflntered with the clerk uf the circuit court of '
3024. JJOcOUN JO.I! Atlantic Avenue, I'ernan.dinu graphed und laiueil hy Ihe Horldd name "
carbon paper, scratch puds bond lieach I lurida and bv the naliro"d Co"p.ny" In IR57 aod a".
; and mlmco paper onionskin for i? :; D WALKER 110CND.:: be. ori<,m.il thereof; with I the Clerk tiling of the I..ed. ,.vIHy a I the county where the principal place of buslne! U, which registration shall consist ,
Ircult Court of Naatau County. Hor- The Florida Tcmn ImprirtemCornpjnv ''.
sale at NEWS LEADER ill Ash tWI'en'ull'e, Hilliard. Owner Ida, al Ftrnarrdlna Beaih, Klorlda, nr 1007 and IMil' i ai In" uilrtt that: all cam rju taken from I of filing with the tlerk ufn/VNiild un affld.i\it. xlxned by all Interested! persons,
St. Idcnlily and pay ad. Phone R. C. on or befure. the lltlv day of March. North lljlf (N1,1 of Lot Two l u 'ureluss diivcia.1 Wouldn't It DeemitiaPKe

MiSuam, Clinch Drive, 2614233. 1'11I4. otherwlkt nulnit you a iranting Decree may aald be adup."WITNESS entered I In Illock.. One Hundred, and roIIKII ) with" our itrec-ti almimlluertcd .Hinting under oath I the name of all those interested' In (Ihe buiineHM enterprise, th, .

: F6c I al puhllc lale. t.. the hlKhe und liciilbldtk ? extent of the interest( 1 of each' and the fictitious! n'ime" under which raid bunlness .U
FOR RENT -- -- my hand aa Clerk iif .. <..h. at tho t.lcrl; N"h -- --- --- -- --
fiLL SEWl.NG in ;; home. lAid Circuit Court uf Na..au County.I "'0.it Door of the Nw..auCourthouie Couniv NOTICE
:; PUBLIC until the desiring
VO my I.lorlda. and the Mai of aald Court HiFlcirldi In Ftrnandina, B..h. carried un. Said registration: may not be made I person or persons
Phone 26I-J026. J3CJcEr'AL f.rna.dlna B..h. N..u County. Florida, between II 00 A M. and t ot( >OTI< h: Ortl.K "
OCEAN FRONT DUPLEX: up- on the lilt day of January! P M on the 3rd cay of' f.hru..y NOTICE IS Hr.HMlY OIVRN: Ihulwruuanl to enifaue In bunlne' under a fictitious,,, name shall ha>e advertised hid", or their in
.
stain furnished. Fenced o ioLICS 1964fSEALI lo a Hnil. Uefree if tore
or down :
ANONY'IMOl'S I 11164.'I'' 00 OXLEY I.' D O. OXLEYD. loaure entered in CHUM. nuniliered tendon to register mild fictitious name at least once a week for four ((4)) consecutive '
>ard Call 2615047. tfc help with your drinkIng I D 0 Oxley' O. Oal.,. CI.r.It .7.11. In the Circuit trart ot Na..au
-- problem. Write Box 338 Clerk of the Circuit Court, Jl.1: .;'ounly. I lorlda I Kill' hell Ihe |..rolerty weeks in Nome newspaper as defined' by law in the county where said retfbtra
T\\'O [ furnished l apartment ] Fourth Juditlal Circuit, In amior illuiilrd,' In Miiauu Coulillorifld >

electric kitchen. Year Cit/ or Phone Jax. El 6-7700. Alhln C( rhompion Nanny County Jr. Florida, PUBLIC NOTICE rlt-Mi m the rilierl, Southvesl. anliesin lorrwr ofIj.l lion Is' to be made, und said registration! shall not be accepted by the clerk of the

round rent. See after J p.m. or 'XOOR 'SANDING and rtfinlihing Attorney for Petitioner NOTRE: IM>FR IKTITIOt No 3, theme In North lilt ftlo circuit court except receiving proof of iuh publication." ;
call 261.5489 tfcJll tile. Paul E. Hanson. 3"1 Allantle Avonuef.rna.d" NAMK LAW a ixilnt. theme EaHl IlK'> It loa upon ;
Floor
1I00en, ,.Iorld. point. theme houln I'M II. lu aiKilnl
Notice li hereby given th.it the undeiilKned -
'h."u; ; Phone 261-4(109.( tic 41 J.I3.: 30. .... 13 to ",, U"nu' thente Went .UK) ft t" aI'lilnt
R E E unfurnished I pursuant :
ROO.\I.: .
">. Bill. 117ft. ol Heinnin' vim rihl| HoukC No
Sheflield Rd. Phone 261-4544 CASHING MACHINE REPAIR! PUBLIC NOTICE Chapter N me Htulule No 20MM\ Lawi nf Florida, and eiiiena Lx.t Ihe No' aliove iiwmdby he- If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than
Ins a portion of J.
.
J30c Ml will reiuter with the Clerk ol
; any make. Stoves elean NOTICF.: FOR BID Circuit Court In and for N...... Wilier Ili-rrlnf' mil rerorrted '
the
5 OR ;;:;; Buy sell, repair used d'i NOTICE la hereby given, that the County. Florida upoir receipt, of pr..ilof In l>eril Book M FuKl> 24fl Public Your Own And Have Not Had This Name Properly Advertised,
SALE or rent. 3 bedrooms. I' Yulee 225.5294 Board of Truiteee of Humphreyi Memorial publication of thla notiie, the tic. Hec'ordu of N..IJU County ,
Wane barbecue Ph Hesters Moapttal. kill accept blda for titloui name. to>.tit H',rid.i. Lylni and IMIIII, In IheSW .
outdoor pjtio. one oin. tent Detain and aperlfleationa tilenn. Sinclair. Service Station t. uf the M. % "< Hottlon M.Townahip And See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information
Pit No down pajripnl. SIlO mPinecrest HELP WANTED maY be obtained, from the nt Under "huh .we are eng.ited 4 North fUn.e 29 RaulI Registered, .
Sub-division Bowcn. P'I, fire of the Administrator. All bldimuit bUR'o... puiihc .aie. to the fii''Sh".1 and twit
be Muled. clearly' marked and Irtitor for tmh, ul the, mam enlrunitf
III*
O We are enj.ted In nuilnen at To What You Should Do.
tfcUMRTME.NT. As
Box 586. filed.. with the Admlnutrator no later and Elm Xli rernamlma, lleach. Ma Ihe N.Mau Cotii/ly c.'tnou.e In I
WEEKLY AND MORE 00 '..nondina .Heuth. .
MS than 1U A lot. February 20. 104 That the only partlei Intvreited in Klurnl.i durlnphe
= furnished 14 South | The "Hoard re ervei the right to reject aid buiineM' enterprin* are l.lennhlephey le..1 houri uf lule in Ihe 3rd oSKALl <
to
woman wr.
or
reliable man '
or any and all bldl 'oto I 11M.
..ith Street. Phone 261-4689. lfcr I IrOIR vice cuitumeri In FrrnandinaBiach DATED THIS UNO DAY Or JANUARY 4t and Waller Smith I 23. 32 e. I, 11. D 0 OXL,,
IWH CIF.RK (fit, 'ul'r couln NEWS lEADER
BEACH
I time. No Invcntmenl. -- FERNANDINA :r.
; ROOM APARTMENT fur-j Full nr part for C W, llrandiaaC Iv i.eorie: A 1.I..nla,
nlshed adulis lor companion-1 Write C. R. Ruble, I W lirandiei Chairman :K> Lynch lluildmaik .
Box 2447. IIII'm.plna Board of TnnUcaHiKiphrryi Trade : .Mivllle t riorirfi "
O. At Home
P.
hip $10: to $.15 per month 510 J>t.pt. J-J. Memorial Honpltal' \Homey fur I'lalnliKI I

1\. Fletcher. Ph. 2fJl.4i4.:!: Jip: Tennessee. J23p 2t '* .1.a:1. 20 J23



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Nero-Lender,. Feriumdlna )Beach; Florida -Thursday; January, MC4 All Florida Affected .' WEDNESDAY! JANUARY Z9lh. "'
Motorists
Are News
From ''
; Ceramics Class (ages 1M4)) lathe

I, Ceramics Room at i:30 p.m.

I {'Greatest Show On Earth" Opening Horsemen's Assn.. By Newly- Passed Traffic Laws'' I Tte Rec Center Hank Adult Side Ceramics, Instr.Class In the Cer.-

imlcs Room at 7:30 p.m., lung
Tonight At Jacksonville ColiseumDanger (Continued from page seven) TALLAHASSEE The Florida facing traffic. 1. Pedestrians will I 'h+n Side, Instr. a."

unreg; best or breed, and various 1 Highway Patrol today Rave a lint not stand In roadway for the purpose .I ,BT SANDY PeSANDRO Men and Boys' Health Club Ip

Is the routine for the erallnns Thirty nine year old George rider nards of horsemanship and or, new. traffic laws which became.I of solkltlnB a ride employ 'THURSDAY JAWARY .rj. Sides Instr. the Health Club Room day and
t flex live In the sunshine stale January mont or business
"start' 'of"Rlngllng Bros and Barnum Hanntfnrd Jr. Is now the star sportsmanship Island Squares Club In the Audi, evening. :
which Includes 1. All pedestrians crossing the roadway Playschool hi the' Came Boom Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup.
and Bailey Circus as they Rive the of the troupe, among Entries will be accepted until torium at 7:30: m.
first" performance of a five lnv *ngagemcnt others, his wife and daughter/ Mr. PA. 10 nr later If the limit of '/M The new l laws,' most passed by not la a crosswalk shall yield at 'SO am? CaWlj'ri. Vlicarrondo, Men and Boys'p Health Club 'la. ervlaed play 3:SO.S:30 p.m., Don-

tonight at 8 p.m In the Hanneford says, "You don't worry I Is not filled If It Is filled, a waitIng any legislative/ tension In recent right( .of.May to vehicles adult leader the Health Club Room day and I Nanny, lour !:J

Jacksonville. Coliseum about the chances you take You list will be made, and with. years, effect every motorist and In It Is unlawful to follow a fire Pre Pallet Cllsi I lit the Auditorium evening. 1 1I THURSDAY JANUARY 30th

,Just about every circus )lob Involves figure that something might hap. drawals filled from this on a first some instances bicycle riders. truck, on an emergency call closer at. 10.00 acts., Julanne Owens, Atlantic Avenue playground lup- In the Game Room at?
Playschool
special risks. An eleven.ton pen to the other fellow, but not to come basis. While the public hi general, has thin 800! feet, or drive Into the Iiwtr I J I ervinedBay" 3:30-5:30: ( : p.m. Dun 11:30 Carolyn Vlzcarrondu.adult .,
befit notified of the new laws block where' the fire truck has Adult Ceranilvn Class Tn the Ccr. : am?
silver cannon shoots the Great I Ed. you The team of Judges will Include Nanney lnstr.TtESDAY .leader. "
rnundo Zacchlnl and his wife The )1964 edition of Rlngllng Bros Jack Freeman, Jacksonville, Carl through rap traffic safely education stopped to answer to the flee I, or arnica Room at 3.30 p.m., Rank' )Ballet Class !In the Auditof-

through a bright smoky bull or orange -I Barnum & Bailey Circus will be Webster, Chester, Vermont and sergeants, law enforcement: park within this block. Sides, Instr. i : JANUARY 38th, lum Pre at 10.00 ..m., Julanne Owens,'
agencies! may secure copies of the It la unlawful to drive over Advanced Ballet Clan In the
<< flame and tends them flying at the Jacksonville1 Coliseum from Mrs Elsie Powell, Old Chatham any Playschool Instr, -
In the Game Roomat
the length of the arena to land January 23 through January 27 for New York, all of whom have ,udll. new laws 'toy contacting the Department unprotected fire hone Auditorium at 3.SO p.m. Julanne 9:30: a.m., Carolyn Vlacarrondo, Moll Ceramics Class In the Ccamlci ;
I of Public Safely In Tallahas. regulations riders Owens Instr.
I Bicycle \
require
safely In a net ed this of rid.
eight/ performancesFvcnlng type cross-country adult leader Room at 1:30: p.m., Hank
see. to follow all applicable traffic Senior Citizens Club In the Con.
.Last year, the "Human Bullet performances are ached- log before, and Dr David Lynn, Tap Class In the Auditorium at! Side, Inltr.Advanced.
eeme close to serious Injury while I'! uled for January 23, 24 25 and 27 Otlandn. Dr. Lynn recently completed Here's be lilt: regulations an Include: 1. Must rideto ference Room at 7:15 Dahre: p.m. 3.80 p.m., Julanne Owens, lIIalr.I Ballet and Toe Claw?
the tide of the road 2. Adult Ballroom
right Class In
performing at the Jacksonville I i at 8.00 p.m. Matinees, with tickets a tour behind the Iron Cur. Leaving the scene of an accident Intermediate Ballet Class In the hi the Auditorium I 3:30 p.m:
As Mrs Zacchlnl completed lain with tht Florida Commission. hit and runt) Involving Cannot carry more persons than I the Auditorium at I.00 p.m., Mr. I lt.t ;
Coliseum. half price fur children, Kill be held an Injuryor Auditorium at -430; p.m., Julanne Jalinne' Owens,
that for which the designed and Mrs. Gil Becker .
bicycle Insirs.6fen
,
her flight through the air Frlduy, January 24 at 4 00 p.m? cr of Agriculture, Doyle Conner death Is now a felony, and II was Owens Instr Cub Scout Pack No. 171 In the
.
and bounced Into the net, her husband .(I Saturday January 23 at 2:30: p.m. studying large animals there. Con. convicted, provides for a year In hold 3 The bicycle rldrr cannot I the Health and Club Boys' Health Club In I Sub Teen Ballroom Dance Class Game! Room at 7:15: p.m. :
onto vehicle 4. Room, and
a moving day
'i hurling body graved hers : and Sunday. January 26 at S:00 nor has Instigated a Florida trophy the state penitentiary or $3.000 fine Persons ''el'l'nlnl.I In the Game Room at 8:30: p.m., Rehearsal for Nassau County
They' appeared to be stunned mom.I. p.m. The 100: pm. matinee on for the best Job of the 100 by. or both riding bicycles shall not Sandy DeSandro, Instr, Beauty! Contest In the Auditoriumat
nlartly, but fortunately they did Sunday will be full price Florida.foaled horse It Is unlawful for the owner to ride more thin two abrealt 5. I Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. I Barbershoppers In the Conference 7:DO p.m. .
: Riders shall keep one hand ervlscd play 3305.30: .m., Don
upon p
with sufficient! Impact Informative brochure and
not collide Tickets for Rlngllng Bros and entry knowingly permit an unlawful operation the handlebars Room at 8:00: p.m. Adult Ballroom Dance Clan lathe .

to result In more than slight( Barnum an.d Bailey Circus are blank should be requested Immed. of a vehicle upon the high. No vehicle shall at time be Nanney, Instr Painting for Leisure In the Club Auditorium at 1:00: p.m., Mr!,

Bruises : available row at the Jacksonville lately from Mrs Mary McKlnney, way, or any other person employ. driven any FRIDAY JANUARY ttth. Room at 7:SO p.m. and Mrs Gil Becker, Instrs _
Signor Zacchlnl a former Univ.' Coliseum and Civic Auditorium and Sox Oil, Sanford Fla by.those Ing or directing the driver to allow through a safety zone grade v'8th Men and Boys' Health Club In Men and Boys Health Club .k*

Crslty of Iowa gymnastic/ champ also the downtown ticket office In horsemen who are Interested, as any operation contrary to law. e and 6th Fun Club In the the Health Club Room, day and the Health Club Room, day artB!

ion says 'It's ai good a way tn Hemming! Park. Prices, 13.SO, 12. .50, there Is Just about enough time to It Is unlawful to tear down or Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. : evening evening ..

earn a living is any, without working and. $1 1.50. prepare horse and rider. disregard a detour sign/ or drive INI ETa Private Party la the. Conference Atlantic Avenue Playground, supervised Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup

eight hours a day" around a barricade and drive on a Room at 7:30: p.m." play 3:30-5:30: : p.m.,' Don ervlaed play 3:30.5i30: ; p.m., Don

Even clowns can have accident YOUR SOCIAL, SPCURITY Battle of Olustee new section of road under construe- I ff t 1I Sub Teen Club In the Game Roomat Nanney, Instr + ,Nanny, Instr <.*
luring{ Inch- slapstick fool IMhr.-II. lion until again thrown open to r9y 7:15: p.m. !
As for the jumble of I animals and '"Buy Now, pay later," Is a traffic Men and Boys' Health Club In

people behind the scenes there ,Is grand old American custom. But, Queen Contest Set It Is unlawful to tear down, de. 1111dI55T the Health Club Room, day and I .

always the possibility that lomc.en this slogan loexnl apply to your face, alter or remove any traffic evening Always Tired ?

-mtuht be stepped on by an ch! -, social security. In fact, it's just control device. A dome-like masonry structure SATURDAY: JANUARY tSlh. .

phant' or_tangle with a horse>> orl,I IcameC the oppotfile You puy as you go, For Celebration No person may display on or li called the Cbortcn, of TatBldnlg, r Is work a burden Feel cross, nervous Headaches Sleep
: 'or Lamp Into the cage of a j and you collect when you retire, view of a highway! any unauthorized India, is said to be so sacred that Ceramics Pouring Class In the poorly, digestive trmble _

Don or tiger. :\ become disabled, and your family JACKSONVILLE A true daugh. sign, signal or device which lean he mere sight bf It cleanses one Ceramics Room at 9.00 a.m. Hank Yes sktvld be fall of pep even when the day Is done and you

Members of the ''Hanncford tornUy -!I collects when you die, Since you tl'r, or granddaughter of the old Imitation or resembles aa official of all tin Sides/ Instr. I will If resistance Is normal.

have been risking their lives antmrebtck pay now, find out now what Confederacy will be selected as traffic.control device. If that is really true one atop Puppet Theatre facet 6-8)) In the'' Lowered resistance Is caused by Interference to normal nerve .

horse riders for five gen- your social security will pay Inter Miss Battle of Olustee In Jackson. Pedestrians, bicycles, motor every city hall, county courthouse Club Room at 10:30: am. Faith energy distribution, due to spinal abnormality. Lowered resistance
= .. .1. ,. i .. _, ,.. .- J, -J scooters\ with five horse.power or ind a big one over the Capitol In Biltton, Instr ., I But Mly prevents I full happy life, but lays the foundation for .evetapmenl .
vlllc, February 22 as a major Item
of most disease, because all parts ef the body are
I In the centennial celebration ofI lees are prohibited on Interstate Washington would be is over, Puppet Theatre (ages 9-12)\ ) 111''' weakened .

I Florida most celebrated CivilI and limited access highways !worked is detergents on tv. the Club Room at 11:30 a m, Faith The digestive tract cannot preperly digest foods: kidney
The new speed limits on Interstate A* far as the U. S. Supreme
3ritton, Instr, ,
I War battle cannot filler poisons from the blood In fact all ergs functions ,
The contest, will be held the highways are 40 MPH minimum Court Is concerned the justices Teen Club In the Game Room at I are below par I

I evening before the elaborate ccle. with 70 MPH maximum In would need an oversized model and 738: p.m. A chiropractor could adjust" your tplne and remove pressurefrom

bratlon on February 21 at the Hotel the daytime and 65 at night have to gaze at It for years to get Men and Boys' Health Club In I nerves, restore nerve fuactita to assure pep and health.

George Washington In Jacksonville. On four.lane highways slow-mov as /good a cleaning Job as my Rollsat the Health Club Room, day and I Youti do your Job easier, bt'tmInd enjoy life more after the
1j I log traffic must use right lane except the One-MlnIt Car Wash evening cause Is corrected
The contest Is
open to unmarried I
See chiropractor today be worth more to the world
: when passing or preparing But seriously, that there Chorten your :
girls, 16 to 21, who can prove
for a left turn In Tassidnlg would be the Ideal SUNDAY. JANUARY 26th. and yourself.
Confederate ancestry Contestants,
It Is unlawful to drive to the \left place (for the Burton-Taylor or
who will dress In dresses of the Lutheran Church Meeting/ In the !
of the center line on four-lane Is it Taylor.Burton wedding af.
I 1861.1864 period, or In whjta\ even. Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. I Hours
ter their Mexican dlfarce
highwaysTurn
Ing dress, will be judged "On poise,
personality and \grooming signals shall not be flashed Of course, Miss Taylor (That's a MONDAY, JANUARY 27th. j Mon, Wed., Frl. r
"do to laugh, Miss Taylor)>> not wantto
as a courtesy pass". gesture may
Prospective entrant, either Individuals
I 912 & 26
other vehicles approaching from go to India. But for a few millionof Teen Ballet and Toe Class In the ,

or representative of or. the rear the Hilton, Fisher, Mike Todd Auditorium 3.30 p.m., JulanneOwens it 131 Kings Street
should II.t:
ganlzations, send their names
I
Turn signals shall\ not be flashedon and gawd knows who else'smoney ,
wood and addresses to Mrs ,,'*W.- Fleet one side of a vehicle parked on she could have the sin Beginners' Ballet Class In the I(: Phone 729-5644
Howard chairman, at 4468
the shoulder of the highway cleaner moved to Hollywood Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne
I Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville. Entries Left turns shall be made from as And what better place. Think ol Owens, Instr. I Kingsland, Georgia 4 '
will close 14"
February :
near the center line f* possibleand all the movie, tv, night club per. Girl Scout Instruction In Folk
finalists
The five selected February
I
Into the left-hand lane lawfully aonalllles who could get a sneakysin Dancing in the Conference Room at ,
21 will appear at the Grand DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN
available. cleaning by attending the wedding 3:15 I: p.m., Sandy DeSandro, Instr I
Ball winding the Centennial
I up In making a left turn you must in front of It. Ceramics Class (ages ft.11)) In the
Celebration In Jacksonville, Feb. yield tho right-of-way to any vehicle The 50x50 two story tall masonry Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m., Hank Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic
22. The winner will receive
$04 Atlantic Avenue I' ruary
a scholarship prize and the four approaching! from the opposite [ Chorten, however, would no doubt Sides, InstrJaycees I
crumble Intoa pile of rubble In the Conference Roomat
I direction so close as to create as with ,.
I runners-up will serve as queen'scourt. I hazard the bride has.becn-to-be joined the 8'00 p.m. "Associated Owen Chiropractic"Clinic

i The manner of obeying a stop new victim for. temporary assign Adult and Teens Ceramics In the of
I The Centennial observance will Jacksonville"r
Mift1s Green Sttmp Bonus be rnent Ceramics Room at 7:30: .m. Hank I
'feature a dramaticlzed reenactment sign or stop light: 1. Slop shall _. .
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i of the Battle of Olustee In the made before entering a crosswalk

Bowl. 2. If no crosswalk, stop shall be ... ..
PRO. OF 12 Gator Among other features
.. made at a clearly marked stop line :... ,;. "":-
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for area and out-of-state guests ;It :"" r ...
LADY FAIR CAKE DONUTS : will be a downtown., parade the 3 If non, the stop must be made
before entering the Intersection .14.1 'J
morning of February 23, .
.' where the driver has a clear viewof .
25.FREE STAMPS Early responses Indicate! uniform, ,
ed units from as far away as New approaching traffic ."' *;i.
70Z. CAN I The driver emerging from an alley .
England will Join Confederte
rwwY groups In marking the 100th anal. driveway, or building In a Feel l with
TOP WHIP must Roped-in
residential an
vcisary of the Battje of,Olusteeea business or area "
stop before driving onto a sidewalk
0.:00.: :.::. 50 'FREE'STAMIS or sidewalk area. yield the rightof / .

... / way to all 1 pedestrians, then yield
U OZ. LYSOL' rlght-ofway to vehicles on the Old Fashioned Heating System? ":,

SPRAY DISINFECTANT street he Is trying to enter
It Is unlawful to stop, stand or -

50 FREE STAMPS I II park In the following places: 1. On.j Break loose today! Install the newest, most comfort-
I a sidewalk 2. Within an Intersection _

18 OZ. ELITE ( dark or milk choc.) II 3. On a crosswalk. 4. On abridge able home heating ever an Electric Heat Pump -
5. In a highway tunnel or
,", ," CHOC. COVERED CHERRIES I street elevation (. Double park 7. At the touch of a single control, this amazing Electric

A aersics of Yes, Doctor et 1Gdinhw, On railroad track
I any
25 FREE STAMPS Yosr Florula L"ral MedICal. Statical Amclitu asetety, wad the Where parking\ permitted vehicles I "weather machine' cools, heats and filters the air it

must be parked with lie(
4 CANS 30J: TIN FYNE TASTE FAT AND FEEDING wheels within 12 Inches of the curb I circulates automatically and economically.

tit "" CUT GREEN BEANS Sonic people appear able to It Is unlawful to open) the dour I, Electric'hear ., .
consume unlimited quantities of of a vehicle into traffic, until safe I Modern homemakers particularly like the i .

+ 51)) FREE STAMPS food without becoming obese to do soWhen I
cleanliness. Because the heat
pump's it is flameless
Other people must be careful parked along highways at I ,
HALO about their calories, to avoid night, outside of city limits,
pump can't cause smoke soot or grime to soil draperies
putting on exess weight. ing lights must be turned on purk-I ,

HAIR SPRAY are Variations said to be in due.food to utilisation different Safety chains are required trail. walls and furnishings. Interiors remain bright and
vehicles pulling trailers by a

_100 FREE STAMPS part degrees of the of efficiency hormone and on en the* er hitch clean reducing house cleaning and re-decorating ; .
These It Is unlawful to ride In a house
sync systems
KING SIZEBRYLCREEM direct 'l dmo;; the general trailer being moved upon a public and giving mother more .
I pool toward its ultimate fate
: 'where eventually it becomes highway Passengers may not load Into a free time to be with her
I body protein, immediate fuel,
W FREE STAMPS I excreted waste, or fat. vehicle so as to obstruct the family.
__ I Students of the subject be. 'f'1 view or Interfere with the drlv'j,

KM) TABLETS Sieve these differences in metal. tag mechanism of the vehicle out about the
out efficiency\ art genetically It Is unlawful to ride upon the : Finding

ANACIN determined. The tendency for top, fender, hood, bumper or run- flameless Electric heat
children to follow in the pattern 'ningboard of any vehicle .bUng I

50( FREE STAMPS of their parents weight.i driven on a paved street / .Q is andthere's
j wile Is borne out by recent PumP so easy ,
i I studies A child has one chance Headlights must be dimmed .
when approaching another vehicle no cost or obligation -

from the rear within 300 feet
Red and blue lights visible from Simply call or visit

directly In front of the vehicle are r
office.
cur
DAILY SPECIALLunch..97c..Dinner unlawful
Pedestrian regulations outside of

municipalities Include: 1. No per.I F.r F.

son shall walk on highway where

sidewalks are available 2. Pedetrlans '

.. will walk on left shoulder

Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked

--- tn ten "of l becoming obese If : L .
Deviled Crabs A both his parents are of norm.lweight .
Specialty J
and one chance in two .
if one parent is ol>e e. If both : i

I OUR SECRET RECIPE parents are overweight, cInnert .
t:
;j are very good' that he will be s.I
''J fat .
> .. Food Intake In exesa of, physiologic .' .
Home Made Chili need 1 I. obviously anil ---- :
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"kifncally a cause of overweight 0 t
v But the reason for excessive J
and the possibilities of .. :
FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE appetite -- -----'-
I bringing appetite tinder control
are not so apparent

t Prevention against over I .
.. freight In a child begins with \1iL
j Gtlden Sands Restaurant the mothers cultivation of a

.. .t sound and proper attitude, toWard
feeding In this field the
ON THE OCEANFRONT have I Florida Public Utilities Co.
**. I.,. ':'. influence physician( in can molding the a attitude strong

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