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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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Of Service )rtrnan lnaleathNewscutler For Local News


I In Nassau County And Advertising




Slnct IBM Abiorlwd by PurchMt. M...., w Sucnulon The riorldt Ntwi, Th. East Clorldlan The Peninsula. Tti. $"Inn.ne Cour the l INI.ln l l City FtNaiFfinnnrtmii .u, 1m.."""., "prOnndIna Fxprr. Thr Frraimlln NewS The Hnrlrti Mirror The NUMJU Count Stir Tht N.,.i. 1M Frrnuundiia Rtcord.
!Nrws.Rrcord Nassau Coumv Und The Outlunuk Tht Hnrld.1 .ruurt. N.., Tlw I lcrniidin.1, No,. The Huir. .int..'

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VOLUME 105 .:... !NUMBER HltNANDINA 1 1AC1I. I.'LORIDu'-> 1lIU1I>.\\'. .I I\MAR\:\ 1961 l- I PAGES; THIS lSSl'E Kk( I'KK} coP

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/usl/amJltn I I Annual Chamber Campaign Kicks Off 55 To Compete In uMiss Nassau County" Pageant I





I For The R''C'I''IIII, Cenler will\ In

MembershipsI the scllini., : lot the suit h Slitllii.Il"bliss

I Contestants For "Miss Nassau County'1CONTESTANT !\ :Nassau ('IIIIIII Hiiili SehiNilheaiitv City Orders TractorFor

/ Directors of the Chamber of cnilisl to t bi hi''Id HiiK Sal Use In I Local Nassau County Taxpayers I
Commerce aid volunteer woikcrs.
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nut Mmday morning at a "kick. Linda CristIIS( ) . S pie MirkclSouthern !Master nf ceiimiuiiis Mill In Sanitary Land Fill
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nlf breakfast In the Surf Restdurant trnnie Bile'her I iMlSi I . . Mu-ir Compnnv !Marshall It ulinl\ who vu itt |I'res. To
If you re a business i,r prolesBnil I for the annual membership I Alice Hagtns . H"lln Gull Suvce MciliinMr "' enl the sixtv i'mile"st,mis lo I thi' Muling Viindiv' niiiM In Organize Association

I | man and haven t kicked In campaign I Sandra Cauthcn ( YHSi . and Mm II S MrKiiuliee public, alld I niusli will bi firmsludbv \ Hpiilul\ MSHlun lli<' Ulr ('otn.

nub your 1)64) dues better loosen I UlISiMavis . . and !Mrs nilHolun, isis usrds't a nntraitIn
Muflet Stephenson Mr Jmiiv" Stivciu.
Louis Ferrclra membirshlp : : Ihe Laniphkhlirs a clniire band \ uii" iii| if II :\issin; : \ louiih' liivul (.' Adklin. xeruilve: DI.
your purse strings as you're sure chairman conducted the meetingand tiapps (YHS> . . . food FIiII i Si'tier* from JaikximilleII King Puwrr ('orp. fur the
TIVUIVCInut In Hrmimlini nil"ir 11 llu linval
to be contacted within the next Pam Davis 'YHSiJaniul . . . Spa kiis tb',, .'111,11 furnishing of a Irulnr fir a Ciunty Tax.
handed out assignments In B ll111I'I'1I111111.i ol t'ml"fll'oood" Hi'lie'II lout t weik In IIHCUHS| the pin pst sr's Assuiiitun" ... npuU to Ih111'11111'
few days. The drive was kicked ) Perryman I tMISi I . . . . Yiiln' Limn ( tubButlers I sinllaiv I mil fill iinrulliin| /!
those In attendance He urged 1\1181 . . . . Truck ..Jewelers if Jiiksinvllli mid' MmI Mlihliiof ""'"!nl/nri! a :NISNJIiiunlv uullinliig In.Ids III opiralloii
on! Monday and It I Is hoped the Sharon Grouser S Terminal i I : ;:; ;: :: ; :: I' : i hue, '
participation will bi liN'() ., Your thai the drive be an energetic( Karen Groover (YIISiDnlla . . . K(')" \Utt, Putt M.irlan hi'ctius-u'i.i hiuliil I iiimullnillor I 1 hI' iiuiihise, \priu In (2(1( ( rivpjivei' s .\11'111111111. mil. mlhu'm'lhit'h! (Ills group

Chamber needs and need I one and that an early consumma Jinei I YHSi . . . . M J B. Conipnm of }'nli'e I l\1av.'olwII' also nf JaikMin 1'lIlM( I hive in the overall I tax sit.
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you you titus of the campaign be achieved Lillian Conner . . . Slate Balk III I Hinitslaiul Vllli. have bein ad lid lo the liMof ( 7IHIHhllllKh IIlc' iiiliim in ."S.ltI Count;)'. Adkmvuls !

Yeiiir Chamber I Chamber Director John Kiirsev Marie Clemenls ,miS I . Good llnusikciplnij (ltus; ompanv Judges win: IIill:; ''','r Ihr lint }Historical Society II null ml the pr,,(,,' litre win're.hv .

-tt Hive yet bought your 1JG4! car I Bonnie Buidctte 5 lYHbi' . . 'e Cnnstriicti\ Cenipanv bawd nn Ihi Hirtlie mill
membership has already re'spinel. will Intirvlew 1011(' umHxl as a inn'pi sil III 1 org;IIII//IIIIIn.
license tag! ? Tax Collector Iia Hall ed In advance efforts by the Sandra Jim (MIS) . . . Murray Siou () :Neal; nut from uilh, hull! sdlll"l on hlpicijrain niiintrnanie: warrunlv" rim.fiNnilng Attends Joint MeetIn truist: l I' "Ito I. was elidedlimpiiniv
says thnl only 25', of lags have Jerry Nail I YHSt' . . . hugh Slull'JIlY I "M ililav '. hriiliJan. marrst tu llu: sps's'iii.custisuout. '
teen purchased li> date The remaining Chamber Mixon i FBIIS I . . . Mr. and Mrs IIV HshlerAmelia ) ( hullman if the! In.

I 75' of purchrnus'rs are !go. Those attending the breakfastwere Eli/abeth Rowland I iFBHStnrolyn . . . 1 Ulnd, Viliod tory 31.l'slll'fI. The first "plusr IIf( a Incnl St. Augustine leilm lit'i up 111111 I plans vire mUilc

log to find a long/ wall In line unleu Irrrclra. Ktlrsey. President' Knishl I irBHsiWnmla . . Ann do Tringnll/ lir llu /kila raeasinn will hud Illl 1,155'ratusus will lip In to hive a (luiikr, anil Articles sufI

J the buying speeds be'lore Rend Lewellen Exlcen Coibett I Markham I Flutist . Suite tarm Insurance ('ompiinvPaul he Itchy \\illinns" Hiinda" 1I11'1"I'n. the. I scuur,use,"'i ah kits sims.
( up area ol tin nIp
Bib Creek Robert White Jack Shinn Lewis l S bEllS I . . . Burns IIISUPUIHP ('(IIIIII.IIIV dice Juuy(''C' :Nobles'\ mill !\Im'llIn ousenl Hi in em thuS iv(in nf Ihe 'C'I'lIlIn. Am tin" 'r 0 iii'hug Is .l'Ill'dllll'd for
Feb. 20.
the deadline ol
I Uocdwaid, Dr. Cecil Brewlon Franklc Cent 'FBIIS* . . . . . Lodge Seivlie"' Stiliim Brvanl, iniiiihiis of the Willis: dump and will fninlsh the elm i Id"Mi\'nillim (mmlssion i 1111. Kim I' SI. VVidniHiliv.. ribruary 5.

-ifd Dun Claude Win. Sherry Lang ilBHS . . . . . Jive Points Ciiueirv : eighth gratis .;SI'U11111101 Ihe Ilal'nIt'lof roadlied for she iMiiislnn' iif I tOI'u.ftl Siss'is'Iy 11111Shill' h'usrk i IM4' In I Ihe (..out It mm al I the Nas.sau .

f This will be a big/( year for voter DauKherty, Rep !Millie Barnes c it BUS i . . . . . Cn lilt'n Sands beauties! will be Larry Biiinill Jjsmlnr !Strut Iron H: "hlhti wire' gueln of (lie !St AugiiNlIm ('oiuilv Cuirt I House In (rrnan.

and if you want to exercise I Cute: Chamber Secretary Ruth Brenda Townsend 5 HBIISiOlencla I . . . Florid. :N ilium! Bunk I and Biulilv Sin Hi, ml'lIlbl'I'S i of thetulre > .'.....du.r Ave. si the brarhIhp II,"Still' 'Illl II Si"ill"IV. HlSlOlllHl SOtiitv dim: Hi';iih 55 lire final irganlza.tiinal .

jour pl'erollnllyou'd butter Broil and Ray Caldwcll i Edvaids IFB1ISI, . . . Woolen Inmiranu Cimpiim I sinlnr elass. Hoik In '\IIt''h'" In bruin mill tjumli'i'nnlul; (nmnilKKion / plans will be made. All ad
Linda Hugging 'iFBHbi' . . . Beckers Diuu ( I I In Ihe net) two H'nr weeks
I double cheek to sec If you have ,' nnipanv: The ghls will 1'I..t'IIIlt'lr' lilinlifieatlon ur nl a 11011\0'1 I liini'lieiin he'Id Tui'HI!.ivIn valorim tnxpnveis \awiu:'\ ('IIUII.Iy .
Judy Miller I FluBS I . . Mr. and Mrs Clinic' \\ mgili.Lasscrrc :
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returned your renewal card to i World Prayer Day i Glcnda Duncan (FBllSiMjrtlee . . . . "Mud" Conipunv' nimlHrs at rehiarsal hI.I SI. ,\iittuslim'. or tlulr riprisiuifltlui. aie, urg.id .

Mrs Marie Struts Supervisor of 11011 ell FBlIsi I . . . . . Lemal k'i C'rust'i'ry: I night Tliuisdav. fium 7 until 1/) pm. Air Safety Film An'i ilium"' to Hie ."'I'tnlllldlllll'11t'II'h '' ID alleml and eXIII' hI them

Registration I Better: chick right: : I Ij Linda Ann Scott ( FBHSi I . . . . . Ocean Terrace Molelloiennsl at the //It'I'rl'uliun CenlerIn / Illtllllll/ I III- |tutu| '|>OM> (if sihis' ciinceriling I this mailer

! away too: as Friday Is the last Set February 14 Fran Collie ( FBHSi I .. . . . . . DJIIJCS) 'kits niuv' bi pnriliHM'd in advance the HUM'ling. which wan to ix

day for the return of the cardsOtherwise Shirley Shepherd if BUS I . .. . . . L. L Buhdiin for ;51' Tlnse wllh advance Shown Rotary Club C hlllll:"' 11I1'a mil informal[ cm

)'ou'll have to pay avisit Church Doris Harris 'hElls> . . . . . Perlcr It Loveiiili| tickets niuv eiiler the iililorlnni ciiinng Hit hiI'i,hulu'ess iniinnteinl Golden Isle Chorus

j to her olfiie In the courthouse At Episcopal PollY Crews I iFBHSiSlu . . . Burgess( & Cenk (.'('mllall before 7: 45
and be registered. 1'jl I Littles I IFBHSi 1 . Morris & Payne' Paint/< Boilv Shop I Hoops\ f imal diiKsis stilmsli At Regular Meet I IIIUI. was wi c'lI i 1'1'111"11.( ,

te. ftDoubtless This year the 'World Day of Karen Hammond (FBIIS) . . . . . Ito, The'alliTioplc |'tiers all a iimibinnllin fur ,a II I Is h"I'(1" | tint tin InfirniatInn Steps Up RehearsalsFor
Judy Hahn (rBHSi I . . . . . Motel
most of have been will be held In Fcrnamllna Mar I Ilius guliuil will\ all th(' mimhiis
you Prayer Gloria Nettles FBIIS) . . . .. . .. Dixieland 5c & lOc Slue I qiinn t:KIIt'nll'nl moun IIIUilv piulse puetuitions( which
contacted for the purchase of Girl Beach Friday February 14. at Gene Duggln (FBHSi" 1 . . . . ]Nassau; Fleitrlc Service! shiill Howl lund biMns( rill cull are being IlIk('" ti pn mi,,to Ill if' Hie hirniiiiilinu R "M mi lion Annual Show

Scout coiklcs But If perchance I 10:30 a.m. at St Peter Episcopal Betty Shellon (FBIIS) . . . . . . Tlllnkos Bont Yard llun Hie parade if biautlis begins safely! nf air Iravil( wire prounlcd Ciniinlshliii' In |ilaim, fur future

you have been missed, contact any Church'' announced Mrs Otto I IPhanstlel. Peggy Creech it'BUS) . . . . Jerrys ()I'IIPl'tI'l Who will b,' Miss Nassau County in a film sI usuis'C Mxleidiiv tu thiI \ himulInn In the' Amelia Island

Girl Scout of your acquaintance or chairman of the World I Babba Bryre iFBHSi . . Dr. and Mr*. Bin Die'kens of l4 Hill you be pieseiit to 'ern:mil nn/ B 'ne'h Hi't;n'v rlllh. mi'a. The Golden Isle Hums bus

Mrs. J. E. Wealherford and place Day of Prayer Margie Brewlun i FBIIS i . Genes B ggest Little Slue In limn, see her en wnulTPriest The lnt<'rehliug tutor pinlintlin ThusI' primming SI AiiKiishmwire stepped up re'heal"sals in iintiilint-,

your order You'11 not only help I Mrs Phansliel explained that the Shirley Decs i FBHSi' . . . . Merle Norman, C't'stsut'hiceKathy wan 'CM'nti'd by Jihn Sillan, \ rail: Niwtnii. exiiullve ill. 1I"n" of tin annual show in Satur.hv .

this worthy youth movement but Durham iFBHSi .. . . . . .,'..se In Clenmrit \pi reitor nf the St. Auwiixlliie KiHlir, rib. 8 .
World of has been h'ld'for distant nialnti' '
Day Prayer '
you'll find the cookies make migrtty Clara Gaskln i FBHSi . . . . Albin C. ThunipHint : Historian n mi i IIIH'I'alinnl| i lit Ion Cuiimlttei': Alfrul Muinivilinclir flu \pn.HI.nlntinn. this ycar-m.
75 and is observedIn I chitf if Ililllard Ah mini Cstt.
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years now Mallard . . "
Carol Ann I duSt) Marsh Gulf Ser\lie station, and thief lilslurlin. I In 1 tiledVlth A Sonil/ In ?siylts'nt'I'
eating
good 150 countries The World Day Barbara Bailey iCIISi . . . .Pitue Breeze fun Faun ler a new niunbir ol Ih,' elib .
will In ktautd In Ihe rer.niilina
I of Prayer has behind it a belief In Bonnie Slebler (CHSi I . The PrtRcrlplion Shop. To Address Clinch ,, who was Inn xlmed hv Ilitji!! I1Stum pinlnunl :Nallinil; Paik und MmiininlH U 'aih I hilts Schuil
; / Audi
We have drives for Just about the power of prayer the need of Sharon Crawford ''CHSi) . . Thomas Building & Maintenance I '. Jr.. Kulniy/ ptmiilinl ; Cuivir Hauls. bimliusH
everything one can name and most all peoples for the Christian gospel Linda Conner (CHS) . . . Callahan Timber ('oniltuttyMamie Tin will made and w dlitiliil maiuigir dliilor ami 1111111)11) til tiiiliim nml I will biuln at 8 p m.

are well justified and attain the I and a uniform worship service Johns'
desired result but I have never open to all people. Terry Absliler (ulliS.i.! ),_ Fuquj Ui'tig Sluice faeels of t'nnll',1,, mil\ 811111'l'vllllin| | |IlIst"I'il'1I1| Siilelv: linl/ fur ul the oiilNlanillilK! barber"'
heard of a concentrated drive on Mr Wlnlirs iiiiliii-iloulKt and uf whip iinrtit| In HIP SuuiTiinsIIhe ,
which the I't'tls'cal
Avlatliintfiiuy
The olll'ring111 go for Inter de.nomlnalional '. "
of the most alarming of Florida battler Midmel V rniiniii (Inntor ficcr nl tin Ilisloiluil\ SUI'II'ly.Thnse Airosunlcs' if Oilando
one( Is in 'id' lo niikc llvIng '.
piimulnu 01 r
'i problems In a story In this Christian colleges projects for women such aldsjl as I Vlerchonts Discuss Christmas PromotionndMakePlansForl964Holidays if the MlKHlun of. Sun lire de In nil Us OSMIH| | Halir lur llu I ulli'nillng! fi"'uni t"vrnaiiiliim "Die, Art 1st i of Hnrniiinv of
Din III !St AutfiiHluu will aildiiKSllu .tinksonvlllp Bemh, The Black
Issue you can find Ihe facts on the cimmiieliil and plum Itimil WHC, ?Mrs (lici C.iilpliln
pilvute
Ito foreign students, Christian literature
heavy Increase of births out of I or women and children j jI Diincun L. Clinch 1I1lol'lt'olSodl'ly which are now lillinij the ulr mine ::': :of llu::; :Illsliirlcil: S:elib : Mil: dour Buililles' gf Illnikshear' ,
wedlock Those who are clamoring I''\ 1 cif Amelia Island Momliv: anil Itt' Hi Ii'hi'r. iuus'ttibs'r it llu F'u'ruiiss-i ( l" and Ih(' \tin'nl 'lavurlic. The

fur equal right might well take I I' Christian centers for th. study oil .... February 10. at 8 p m In tinKee'.', Kenliinintal suture over Ih"l1ItIf counlry the Him lists lUnih ItisluiHtlun ('imiinilIn (>lud,Him's". comprlKid of treil
Christian religions and help I
note and direct f their efforts non- The ('.rnandlnsiKBu eh Merchant Discussed linuh the I realign (enter' !; (;lit linker i4 tUitCf Parks &0111I.. UIHI H"ahler.1\ HlmnieU.
: for.tml grant workorn. rx5! Indian I al : was sue.I was Hie llr l alrH,me juurne., '
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to b I litrf.raI. .. Americans, continued Mrs Phaostlel I Association met Tuesday in the I cess of (the Chrfstman activity of I His talk will l be conieinid fur,|wast lo count mmln by a ilx.vmr. and hiostuuttus'ustis,, | ; and Mr, andMis man and Hex Dudley

to an equal plan. Chamber of Commeice office alI the Association and plans were i'tile most part wllh Ihe hlitliiry of.|lold girl -- and Ihr Ii,Ii'rvening [ Jay M Umlels of use Ills Another future of the ikuw will

-ftRegaidlcss I... Keystone Hotel for the regular made for further Improving the Spanish missions In llnrlda 1'he ,! safety: precaullinm taken on hir torlcal Siclcly I II I lie- the appearanie of Miss Na..

of all the miracle This year the World Day of 'monthly session I decorations next year as well as mission fur which Father Gniinun i voyage: ( from Los AiiKclcs la New sun County'. who will be named
Prayer will be conducted by the! Is director Mombre de Dlus Isi lii-re Saturday night/ In lie annual
ingredients they tell you are In - - adding extra Yule lighting on South Yolk
today'. toothpastes children still women from 8 different churches Eighth( Street said lo bi I 1 the historic Kile whirelSpanish I Jim B'ard'I''I'Iy) guests from I Lions Hear Talk beauty pageant(

need denial care by a professional In our community A nursery will I II Public Invited I To Bill Bailey chairman of I the Priesls and plum.era found Fernandina Biueh High Sellout The new beauty queen will be

Next week Feb. 2.8 It Children I I i be provided for children. Christmas committee. read a !lillir ed Ami'rlca's first pin'it-h nnd In. were Ken .rorelmnd Jr, anti Jimmy : On Commercial featured by Ihe Chorus In song

Dental Health Week and a fine 1'; The Merchant Association Issupporting I II from !Mrs\ !Mary\ Libby pilmlpal diun mlnslin: In :l301S.Fntlus'r :; Sl'Imldt.lullll'y/ / tailors at I mid tableau a. a spcclul\ altrae.II .

time to Insure the future oral I I this endeavor by agreeing Hear Dr. Wilson' 1 At of the Feinamlinu Beach Eli'mm. I I Ganiini' will explain the Wednesday niectntf were A. II.I I I I .n.

loeiene of your youngster Regular 'I to close it. stores lo entourage I tory School in which she cxpiessedthanks rcslonilluii ami dusty vhlih Is and Allen Jr. and lewis llillimuy/ of Raising of Nutria I The Chorus Is made up of mem.

care Is a mighty( good habit I people to attend! the worship ser. I Jr. Hi.-Elem. PTABecause to the Assieialiin, for fur has bun clone loncirninu! Ihe MAiunsiiiie ; Jaiksonvllle "' ('IiKiwanians am of Hie \lixal chapter of the

ti> Instil In all children and your I vice Church bells throughout the I nlhhlng Santa Clans fur (,hrl' l. misHlin I Me1 will slits tielely for the Pieservillon and
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dentist can give you a lot of good I town will also ring as a reminder, mao parties dmi' 'uss titlinliiii| Inllllvl'lIn\ In. flit,' of I the! most' lull'11,'si Ing prurinm ). rinuuiagimint' ( if Barber Shop

tips In this field I It I I. asked that all churchwomen of the particular Intercst It was agreed by Ihe director' lo rating mill rcnlning mlSHlum siulij I Hear : lo In heard bv: the limsClib Qiaitit hinging In America'

.>.<. ..H. attend The schedule of the wor. In the topic to be diseusscd observe the usual holidays III I.KU.. as Iii Ihrie. said to have been lo. 1II1'l1Ih"rl" In Home lime wnsir

Opposition In this county to In. ship service will be published next the February 6th meeting of tin Since Christmas (alls on a rilelay call'd (in, \iniliu' 1 Island' I | '<'Milled Tuc' IIIIY night bv: (nl Second Civil
Talk On rhir Philips, if Amilla City
ttrstate Route 95 Is sure to week Junior High Elementary School this year, It was agreed also Iliat The \public Is curdiully Invlled to Monday :
Pimps I told of the, con mi'i"e'liil
awaken t.galn: with the announcement Parent Teacher Association to beheld the stores would also he closed on atlind this muting
i iI raising of Nulilii anil i uf the prob
today that Georgia Is about at 8 p m. In the cafetorlum Saturday to allow a longer holiday Florida Recreation Inns he has eneuiinti'ird In C'.. Defense Class Set
Markham Named
to lend approval to the route In i will be open lo the public I for merchant and empIU'e'R.| I II
I luhllsliliiK his lamli lure
Sentences
Southeastern of the stale Chamber Director Jihn Judge : ; : ; ; :
the part Kelmy I I I BY TOMMY: IIVII lo cmihisl/c' his in' 10nit 1..1.. I For 3
A Is set for the latter part asked the assistance of the February
hearing merchants
(I Store Manager Niy}\ luiuliuin if TallahiiKHiitpiki .. I exhibitd om of Ih,' fur.healing, ( /(
of February en Ihe revised route group In collecting 1 116! Convicted Shyer ..
% I lo llu Klwanls Club Mi! nil.IVnlglil mi maU In its full-grown Mill: mid
change In the route af. ,, 't Chamber cards thai
Tic only !! mbcrshlp The Sheriff tXpartminr altdlli
Ih,' stale in outjuor nlxo varlius plurs nf fur Ilial In' ,
.letting( Floililu would be that the iFor Food FairRobert have been mailed to the membership on piiuruin > Nassau Civil Dili[ use LIir'l'IlIr,
iicrvitlon Landrum was hits (processed Into "('I&I'hllUI/ )
brelie over the St Marys River and not yet returned He! reported To Twenty YearsSammy will conduct and her three.hour
parcl
iiibxtilullng for Bill Kldd. Fxuu
will be a mile! cr so closer to the that more than half of the cl,i4* In radiological monitoring! on
Markham has been nameI live: Assistant to Governor fairls9ryanl Philips\ said that the Nutria. nrMyncaslor
present U S, 17 bridge than was I cd to the post of manager of the cards have already! come! In and Lee William,, Ililllard : who wa. nnublc lo alii'nil. Coypu !Molina If you ?Monday February 3. at 6.30 p.m.In .

originally/ intended The approving that It should not be too difficult ]Negro; turpentine worker wan sen- .. Ihe tuiut Room, Nassau County
local Food Fair store Lundriini was Introilucirl by Hijresi prefir pnpir" nam '.. Is a native
of the route through( Nassau County Markham comes to Fernandina to compute the drive timed lust Thursdiv; In Circuit I ,'illative' ('laud ,.' Wlngnle mid of Arm' ulna but has mliplul Court lloiine.

Is lure to be a political ISMIC Beach from Tallahassee, wherehe It was aniiminiicl that reioin Court lo twenty year, at hard I lie piouiam wax presented by pro favurubli to tills nnniliy. He siiiel All regular cllv and county pol.

In the upcoming governors race served four years as assistant mindulions are being mud for new labor In a state prism I gram chairman Herb Bailiy II Is sometlims callid a swampbeaver lci' "HI'I'rM[ of rernancllna Beach,

and one candidate has already manager of(leer i for the coming year and Williams was convicted recintly' Coming as a result of a shorter I or Siuth American beaver Callahan and Milliard; all con.

said he favors lanlng U S. 17 A native of Lake City, Mark. that members will receive! nolicei of the July 20 slaying of Morris I"vork.week and earlier retirement" and I I. a member of Ihe same tables: all members of the flro

as he met with supporters here ham is married to the former by mail as to the nominating committee BenJamin. Jacksonville Negro at a I:he speaker slated ''we have a I :family as rabbits. squirrels and departments of Nassau County

Governor Bryant Is pushing hard Charlotte Buckley also of that '* action. Harry Poole: heads "beer Jiint' In Ililliard I Ills orlgm.il I luper' abundance of leisure lime ui her rsutlu'uuts. municipalities: all sheriffs auxll.I .

to fulfill a number of highway the committee plia was not guilty: tint at his I Uiinv: activities have been divelii" The uptake addid! a number I tory putles; and all members of

commitments and he Is b. eked! up cityThe Markhami. who are looking A.tt0 Vice President K. W. Hobiwin triul hi c lianifeil to a pled" of gull 1'd I Its lake up thin h'Inure tlmihru I if other IntireslInK fails ahum/ ilii Sheriff Water Patrol and

by Ihe Stale Road I Department forward to getting acquainted are conducted Ihe meeting In the ab. ty of minder In Ihe Kiconii digue I: itlhoiit Die! country. but In I I the Nutria In that II Is a vegilai" Pissc are urged to attend both

which group Is also di'siru's rf an residing on Amelia Drive. They Rence of President It. B. Buult'y.I lie was sentcnied by Ch('ull I r'urldol.Ie) have hem Idi'ally i>ll. I mil as will as water animal He clln es.
of IR 83:; in Hir
early cumplctlin plan to attend the Prince of Peace In his address Dr J. Bruce I Others present tvtre Director Juclui! Kuer" WdVbrightMso I II mil.d lo lake care of UIIII.r nri '- 'laid Unit Ihe anlniul/ can cine Anvone previously trulned In
Look for work to begin on
Ida Lutheran Church Wilson president of Brevard Jun. Rudy York Lewis J before this
the Nassau segment i Markham succeeds the late lor College Cocoa will discuss I Icy, E. t La ssi'i re. Lloyd Wilier Thomas Jllvcnruld Ni 1.111. lo 8 I ire linn IIi availability nl n I iMhiinul i''''IIII1I'E' with Inul win me intrreste-d In liurnlng how

year Is out despite Interests strong The opposl-( James Bryant as store manager the Importance of elementary and Harry I'mili miHitlm lo J years for Ijreiiking. and I"inn l's'i ,'S In mid Hit( iluninil In |I HAS, liki u nionkiy allilI ,'bill.d In h"I'om" i a ladliliglcal! monitor
by county nuleas
Inn school training and The next 1 meeting of the! Assoela inlirinu uilh intuit/ l III commit nnnsili I 111111110111I,1, riinutliiniil faiililii I' I IIn I i ml feil a I'C' Inviliil\ In attend
II is now pnposed will enter relationships
Voters Are UrgedTo I to adequate college preparation lion will be held' HI). 2:>. ',nn' nur He was elu 'mil with 'n'using" Tin 1I1'< station/ p.rl.lII. siiil Ihi 'I'his Is iinilher In the sirlc of
2 miles east of the St.
GunjU!' Parents and teacher alike Ktciillnu Vf> from thi lime if IioiiroMcr In I-lui' uutuu.l i Ihi, pntram( .t ls'il,I I|III'| I Is Irom UU lo 117: dllOlid Irilning chasers being ji ntly eon.
!Mar s bridge! on 17 and111 are
> Return Renewal warned that now Is the time to in rcrnmuUna Hiuih |n t'5''"l's. bill I lie real drive Iwh1 I I II II 11 IIVIIHI.I nuinlHr' if his lsrs |srI slits 1t',1,I hv: Nassau Cminly Civil Do.

cross 17 about 4 miles north of for future advancements Container Credit Jinus. Durr inlirul' a |1It'a, of I (illumed i sits |stile/ II"HI( ,. I'I'mlin ml on IIUKI' thru I t idnlliuiid on page nxiMNh i itt
Cards To
Is prepare
uke An Interchange( prinoseri; RegistrarVoters guilty' 11 taking slId inlirlig! aNegro
josh west ofulee fir truffle go- In course matter and teaching .
slablislmicnt Siilh
; un
of Nassau County who methods It Is said that because of I Holds 23rd '
bet 10 thai town as well as fcr. Union Eighth: Sri'it. iHrali'd| hy !M.suusustPrii'e. / ; L r
have returned their renewal
iiulina Beach and Callahan not the rapidly changing! times, high A itsrt.stigtutitultof ,
From the Interchange the superIuigtuusuy cards to the oflice of the Super( cr education has become more prc.sinlcmc I-' '6' lItje ; 1ws*
ordend
the year-old Neen n sue -
will proceed south to visor of Registrant are warned I Important, thus relaying more I Annual MeetingThe bv Judge( AVavbilulitKiehurd (
that Friday Is the deadline Importance to adequate
conned with the Jacksonville\ Exprrssuiy prepara. Varilill Millir' iiMdiid
[ |
In a legal notice in this Issue tion In the lower grades
'la part of the Routeat I I"cnly.lhlrd annual melting in couit un the new ruling Hi it
Dunns Avenue. Mrs Mane Struss advises that (Continued on page three)
of the Container Mutual Credit came out of Ihe now famous did
<:r <:r those who have not returned their 1nlonlal held on Jan 22 will con cast which promt"lid the ofCortinued .

Buy Scout Heck begins on Fri cards after Friday will have tot I Weatherford Attends 60 members In attendance ( on t""J)
|iuaireFernandina
day of next week Th commun. come Into her office to register if New officers elected were:
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\it} is blessed with one of the best they desire to vote in this >ear'* State ConventionOf II L. BdUghnun to Board of

participations of comparable areas electioni County JudgesCounty Directors I Beach

in the stale as well as a strong Tom Farr and Tom Crosby to Weather

supporting force of adults I urge Annual Shrove Judge J E I iGenei Weatherford I Credit tommittee I

the cooperation of all in this an. was in Sarasuta the past 1 Bill Li'.. Len Freeman J in I U 8 Approved Weaihrr Si.,tl lU/I
nual observance of Scouting. one Tuesdc Pancake S', an/ Tin At Lun "Mm I IUwli
week to attend the annual contenlion Lynn and Jim !Michaels tu Si pi rvlsury
of Ihe great efforts for the moral Supper Set Feb. 1 11 1 of the Florida County Judges Committie N' lun Cmixrdtlvt" MJ 010 Mm sever Run

upbuilding of our youth and Ihe Association M It. Pikula wai ""''''('II'd I
ilium i JiJan 2J: W S2 01
future alibis nation St. Peter Episcopal Church will The convention began Wednesday president Halph ImB"its vice FrI 24 711 ;di 0
Nlaybe I I'm nut quite as near Ihe hold It* annual Shrove Tuesday and continued through Saturday presldint and II. L. Daughmantreisurcr / .
sat Jun 25Jin n 53 .14
end of Ihe line at I somcllnus Pancake Supper February 11 at President of the groip/ Is George .
bun 2Jn \ tij U 0
fl'!'l. I noticed in a news rcledw Whitney Hall between 5.30 and 8.. Adams of Orange County Herbert M\ !liinurs and frnisl:
: Won' n 511 41 0 : (;dOOl( ( ; ; for the liw in ern.ineliru Hvuch manifest In
from \aldoita Ga., that the publisher Weatherford Is chairman of the Valero are also member of Hie : : lK\S\s' () ulioinir I I tire :

of' the daily paper there Is pmTicket will be available at the Fees. Compensation and Olflcc Administration Boaid, of Dirednri furs Jan 1A 117 4ii; .32 these nieml.ers!' of Ihe I'lilief Pepirlmenl lift tu riirNI.
Just now retiring!! at the age of door Adult. $ 73 and children ISO II Committee of the Baugliman .ubmltlell the follow Wed Jail. ftjk 112 310\ henry Kilihinx., Clarenee Hudifin-,
(Continued on page three) The public I is Invited. I A MK'lalion. ''Continued on page three | Thi .;,iher Pul Ii>IM lurnlnliid Utilitm eourUiiyli.rdj Cu I Jii> nes!, Hobby Moore! and Sergeant VermIn (duetit. .



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rag, Two \ Bench, Florida 'Thur dA3', Jamnry: M, LETTERS TO -- CALENDAR. OF LOCAL EVENTS '
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FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER i THE EDITOR" 1-i j,, COUNTY COMMISSION 10 am 2nd Wedn..dI1Ittar tat Mendt<< |
Homemaker Communion: Chamber
I For The
Sll ASP STREET PHONES Stl MlA TheNotion "
I .} 1! CITY COMMISTOV: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 7S0: p.nf. -. I'ltl
John K. Perry Newspaper 21 January 1I Commission Chambers .

fly GIdw.U Editor and M...ai... Counter 101 Golf Ccnirne Rood fcy I HOSPITAL TRCSTEtS.Srd>; Thursday 10 am Houpml nln I ,
Fernandina Beach, FloridaMr
BY PAIL: WARWICK hug RoomSCHOOL
to IDITOmt I I 'Editor. Ray, Ncwa.LeederFernandlna Caldwell '1'1 : Mrs Mary N. Harrison I I BOARD 1st Wednesday after Bud Monday 0:30 tn.

''HATlfAI; SS C It has taken me about 44 ymca Beach, Florid1' 1 superunondent'Offjee:
Ia gTI' ,N K"" Homo! Demonstration: Agent
otGt v Itlt I learn the lemon but you really ': tear Ray, 1 P-TA EXBCITI\E: BOARD. last Thursday S:30: pm ;,.

u..n._ .. II. '" j CAN: enjoy attending a civic club I don't consider myself to' be a High Cafctorium
4 J
luncheon In rcrnandlna Beach "h'lter.wrltpr type," but I fed that rM M"MrM__ u__ __uu_ ____n_ I P-TA MEETING ht Thursday 8 p.m Jr, High CafetorlimKl
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATIONPubllrfted that Is. can viijny It. No stuffed I ,
every Thursday and entered at the Post Office { shirts you Is the reason, I Ilhe following should be brought to : O:ten times It t In th" hrmernpkrrM Then 'If :there i I Ia any variation: t :In VAMS$ CLUB Each Monday 0:4R p.m. SeomJo Inn
I :
i : ,. the attention of the many readers In found! with Vif lob cf frehUnlnij color it t will net show, a* It would 8:30 ,
remndlDa Beach, Florida. at second ctase mall matter.. Of roirse. I speak" a* an anvil" |I HUM'ITAL AUXILIARY 2nd! Tuesday : pm ;1''ipltlll,!
of the News Lenrtir In :Nassau made a
I If the on
Subscription RatMt 'and practically decrepit ncw pa.Iperman ip the hum She don her change were Dining Room

14 t year f2.26 6 months $125 J Months I And I remember hl'n. County 'I old jeans iral)* a paint bruc h and I Ism oth flat oat IDfaceA 'A Ch.B.3: : Euch Monday 8 ".m. Recreation Center Lpunj
1450 a year out of eouhty I Bark In 1919 and 1020. when I Last night, January 20, I1, I t rs to work, There s-mollmos are : small flit bun about 2 Inches :
.- --- -- -'- : really started In this reporting I from 8 00 ID II'00 p.m? there was I lin t that will help her from thin .In diameter Is usually good for edit!. I LIONS CLUB: E..ch Tuesday 7 )I.m. Seaside Inn

racket, attending civic club lunilt- II 'severe weather warning, alert, task BP sure that thrre U nn oil In?. There are small pla tie eda;! ROTARY CI.IP EachUJnesJiy Noen Luncheon -. .,,, |Irma "herame sort of a IIRII. among for :\orlh Florida and Siuth Gwir er fftir nn 'Ih" mint, If there' ere mounted on a handle fiat myre :

I new'pniwrmen. \ bright bu>'. gla The :Nasiiau County Civil D?. should: bo, Wash He: place with clctfrgiTt -. puuhaxed at the pain! Rtorl!. AMERICAN LEGION lit and lid :Monday 8 pm. at 'fe.ior
.The Conquest of Polio Unlle'\I younf manI uld cone I jfeniie Office was open<< and on dUly and water, then dry before: These i-ducrs placed where base Hum
along, grab himself an 111'ptildj I at this time and the radio net wa pointing board and floor J 1tin* are a he'p'
tax ,oa CITY PLANNING I BOVRD 3rd Thursday City Lommi',lon
a .
job j on a newspaper and launrhhimaclf In operation ItI'll very gratifyI If there 'Is nil base paint en the l when painting a baseboard They ChaiibmA
40 I( all full of purprse and I Ilnll for me to know that this Ag 'n. I surface. a paint. will) an Olb e help one paint to the edge yet not
I vlnegor, I cy was rn duty and ready to wader should be used Laytex Is fine to spot the floor Remember the erirtcrs OMAN'S CLUB 1st eclnescUy Wotnnn'i Club Bldg

I. fiy or so Inter, the city editor!>> any assistance If there had fever latex cr nw surface*, espeelnlly I shruld have the paint removed BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA: N'nssaj District Opm. 2nd Friday
: + :: Allllu.1 leas ""I .f .II.1.IU L would! say to him: been any need. planter and wall board each time they are !lifted They: btmsidii InnMERCIIANT'S

30 "Jim, I want you to cover the I am lure that Colonel Preston Latex on I surface that has boon may be slid along smooth surfaces ASSN each! led Thuraday Noon Luncheon
luncheon of Such.and.Such civic "'register\ surprise when he hears painted with an oil base paint will some distance before 1 fling: beusido Inn -

club I today." of this letter for he knows he was 'chip cr peel with any atiralilon To eliminate paint running onto CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: : 3d Monday Luncheon 12:15 ..
I Beaming, Inwardly and outwardly (only doing his job But many of Latex has the advantage of nothoning fie handle of the paint brush, dip Seaside Inn

Jim would leap for the bait our citizens den'I know of the many when a Rpt missed is only the tips of the brushes In the BUCuVNbtK COIN CLUB 8 p.m.2nJ:! Monday each month

2D He was slouching along on slow duties performed by our Civil De. i touched up. It drill qulikly (I paint. Keep a damp cloth handy SLN: DUNCAN L CLINCII HISTORICAL SOflbfY:: 2rtl '
rations, more than likely and I tense Agency I do, and I certainly When painting with latex: It Is with water If using latex mineral :yja'
: All I' day each month 8 p.m.. IV Room at Recieation Center,
Inn ( here came a full free meal It.rt. 'appreciate firm found that a roller act:tally! coven spirits{ If Ming ell bated paint', to
> Sincerely! wipe spots Immediately Often NASSAU CHAPT, NO. 49 -' ROY>L AUCH MACON3:: M and
lug him right In the fact. "Y C'I, I I surfaces than up
John L. I I Nora orure"v: paint Into th"lr h"lrIt 4th 'IhuiNluys II p.m Masonic Temple
nub, and thank you suh, wa his GrcgTy a brush, BP that t cleat women get
Ye. ID most likely response. -(: -(: orJln. has b"cn removed frem surfaces or 's a geed Idea to wear a sewer AMELIA: LODGE NO 47 F, & A.M. 2nd and 4th Tueselnn

So Jim went to his first civic 28, loot Hip pa nt will be Irregular and cap OUT your hair when painting 8 p.n. :Masonic Temple'
/rdple toss club luncheon: he came oul pretty Editor, I sometimes disco:orcd. Remember when selecting a :IOBEIN LODGE No lOt Kn gilts at Pythias 1st and :3iJ Thin.

I welt the first time He was I II I I Fernandina Beach Ke\vi.Leader Nail holes or cracks may be fill. paint. lighter colors air easier to days 8 p.m Masonic Temple

o I probably hungry Upon reading the rcprrt of the fd with spackling compound. K live with' They make the rotms FERNAND1NV TCMHfc: : 7. I'YIHIAN SISTERS -- 2nd and its
,
ItSI 1952 I IISt: US* I95S I 1'5* ItSr ItSt 191* I960 1981 l 2Polloni Then, after a few more jabs alI meeting nf the City Commission 6fI 'dries t quickly and palms nlcrlv appear larger and are more rent Mondays of mouth at 8 p.m. Masonic! Temple
=.t..wue, :::::":::::-r-: I, .a C-' D.-.. c..... of .ea U a II. Jim began! to have doubts lie' I I I January 27, t saw that the Junior Should you have snots on the wall fal !If the wood work Is painted fie CIIAPTtU 55, ORDER! EAblr:UN STAR Jut and lid Tu<'Wiyi<< -

_._ I began! secretly, to hope another1young Chamber of Commerce requested here tapes have born used toi I,same color a* the wall that makes Mu.some tuple
reporter would come along and received I I frcm the I the rocm appear larger Even the SPEBSQSV EACII TUESDAY 8 r.lI.: Recreation Center
)elltln, the dlllt' toe that once killed 7000 person 1:1'I permission I: hang] pictures be cure to sand tile'
I a. .Insle year (1191(1 U now under Control .- almont and take his place at the fes. City t Commission to sell beer at :the'' spot well unlll all glue Is removed aluminum frames of the aluminum Lojnifi
How complete the victory hs. ben Is |luntrated] In the chart I I live luncheon table forth coming Sports Car Races at',' or the glue will clink and pool ulndoui may be painted the seine HIBISCUS:; GARDEN CLUB Srd Monday of month at 0 pm.
: which! cluws that the !annual! !Incidence.! of polio has dropped in one Jim was loving his vltlles, all the Municipal Airport. II when painted Patel chips should color as tie wells. Ins! too I ) unifies( 4\.NOLIA( GARDEN CLUB Sid Mondny of month at 8 .PM

,.,,,iii.cB
1962 their was a total of 68.000ia I vantage of the polio protection overfilled with the stuffed shirts |I sponsored and taken part In so I paint over them once 011 base pain will adhere FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB: 4th Filday; ..... ............ 3 m.
: ", of polio Ten yeais later kvallabl Only 80 per cent of that went along with It. So it many worthwhile prrjccts for the If a high gloss paint such as to the metal be'ter than d,es latex MAGNOLIA 0\RJJtN! ULtt; 4th Tueslay' .................. 8 PM

.. this had been reduced to just thoM under age 5o\ have had went Before long an old.time re'l community, to want tl t ) sell beer tnl'mel! and varnish has been cued. After painting, It Is wise to clean AZALEA GARDEN CLL'B-2nd Tuesday ..... ........ .... ..... g py.
.. eo9. It la estimated that the three. or more Injections of Balk'! porter was one who LOVED was quite a surprise to myself) and It Is necessary to remove the gloss brushrs, rollers and trays and store 220: I.l ,hth'iiisc, Clide'

w. less number than of hllf 1983 of caves that!will total per vaccine cent fortunately of those In almost the more 86 couldnt To the old heads ti>. a a free free spirit meals,I others of the community: FspecUl-I i 'i be-fore repainting! A go' d site them away :Many brushes al'eI I STITCH.A.BIT CLUB: 1st and :ltd Monday .., .. .... 1:% PU

: :; Salk! vaccine, sine. It became polio.susceptible S.14 year ail All of compare which brings! me, lotur. ly la sell an alcoholic I beverace allan 'block of wand uratpid' In sandpaper ruined by placing them In Jars of AMERICAN: LEGION AUXILIARY' Put 54 4li: Tuesday -8pm. nlUgim
available In 1855 (oral' vaccine group: have this protection) Fcinandlna I event that emphasizes dilvlna' rubbed over tie! wall will ro. overt: and le:ting them stand If Ilcmc/
was Intinduccd later The Health: Ing somewhat, to and the fact fiat will be ---
seven year. Information everyone move the gloss, latex Is used. use water: ell base -- -

_an'In 19621 I ieaI2 have,000 prevented of Officials foundation and public health Beach In the. beginning I said I LIKED driving I home, to Fernandina and If you ue a mixed point one painH. mineral spirits: laquors use during I the morning part of the COAT CORK ON a line bin lie
casts point out that since
: polio During the first seven those who are not Immunised to go to civic club lime'hcons here. I ends other cities as soon as the event I where the color In mixed In the' laquor thinner etc Clean the brushes dav They will only meet! once a 1 I with petroleum jelly ID prevent II

years of Balk use, polio was *N remain Just a. mmcepttblt a* And I am ready to repeat that i I store, or by you. it I It advisable In well :Now' wash with soup and ; week -I I from sticking.
: feetlvrlv dlspatehtd, according ever to the danger of polio, the old old Inhlbl This seems to be quite con radic )!atari painting from the second cnn \water, then dry. Store flat Rollers --
to government ntudtn' toward dlHeait can never be completely tlbna.( tury to the safe driving campaign nt a natural brenklnn po nt". such I lan and tray should be washed will
M the tanks of rare dlsras such conquered until alt unprotected much at a luncheon although Ihat this same organlratlon hdd1 I a rorm corner or whore a facing loop and water after using, drvcdand 1
as uphold and cholsiaDtrplte Americana have been reached very only a few short week' ago oni
: Joins the'all.. stored If a roller has been used
thin sucetw, I and motivated Into I must say that JimmyHutchins and I|
proven taking ad. seat belts car checks and also
with a flat oil paint, It Is cheaper NOTICE TO DOG OWNERSFor
tableat
good I
: H reel percentage of American vantage of polio nine sets a very the safety slogan "do not I
the Seaside Hotel where I usually while drinking. This also ( drive I I and his deputies In the recent| to remove cover of the roller and
eat each Wednesday with breaking and entering of place!j purchase a new cover. The tray
very poor example, I would think' I my mineral The Convenience of All OwnersA
should be Cle3nl'dl'IIh
the Rotary Club Il'm nut really for drivers and of bulln..888. of a caliber net Dog
.. our younger I teenagers -
Rotarian Just a Gradc-A Old | usually found In smaller cities and 1 spirits l nr-e Kjnwtitlne or such
a ; who 1 understand I I Will Be At Ths
Thus. J. Shave, Jr,. assistant Fogey). I help by counllea. II j jI I The"hor\ n %)&'r |Is able to do a I Veterinarian Fernan--

= Judge Sentencesm state attorney, handled the states It s not Jimmy fault; not the working It with their at the attendance races and 1 I'm support also' I wish to commend Sheriff ;: nice Job when painting and often dina Beach City Hall On Saturday, Feb.

caws and Mercury Kavouklls served fault of the Hilary Club: (the follew surprised that the city comml+llo:1 I 1< unablord! 's department and esspecially ''he money saved on labor will buy
8 and Feb. 22 9 A. M. To
V ( ; from Page One) I In his role of Public Defender flaw In Saturday, -
I m 'ship I H grand Just a this\ and would deputies John Bodine and the paint Palnl stores are usually I,
-. 'flee of Public Defender In Florida. In the William,' case, Attorney my Journalistic\ upbringing And i|granted like to commend request the one comrnksI i Curtis Teliair for tile swift action \1\very wiling\ to help yon select 1 P.M. and 2 P.M. To 5 P.M.
Ills case In an attempted vscapifnun e Thomas G tall had been appoint. stuffed shirts Thst'ethe the materials needed to do good
there are ni sinner who did forsce what .ecaldl I I that covered tha valuabla merchandise \ a
I
: Callahan the state prison camp nee'rj, eel by- the court to repreiient the kernel of the matter : result: I rem this ll and voted NO, :I and treasured possessions .Job ;(,Co* oLThe Inoculation( !, Will JJe; '2.OOutd.i0rA1t'ill() ; ; ( : lie':
in 198 was nolle praised : defendant of a for
-- All of which reminds me If 'the Jaycees were to recinsld stolen from me.They 'There Is still time lo sign up Charged For A City Dos ttconse Tag.: Total (' sl(
trip I made, about 40 years ago,. er, maybe they could derive a are to be further commended the classes In clothing cons rue. '"
wllh a group of Georgia] IndusIrljlisls larger benefit for the community for breaking up the gang of tlon If you are Intercs:cd In learn $ .50.

: REPOSSESSED: \\'ho'I're trying to Impress I from the halting of this sole of beer thieves which had been preying on Ing basic skills you' are urged t. M.
Ihe East and Middle, West ,this Till Is DAVID GATCHEL
I I than they would realize by selling community the type reglacrou may do so by wrlth: ,
with the high potentialities of our I''II. of hw enforcement I hit will' keep; Mrs H"mc Demon+tra.

r 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA ulster stale Just to the north Ralph C D.iBnlaFernindina thin countv a beta and s:iler tloW" .'ft. Box A.1. Hill:arc! I City Manager
: i We went to Cincinnati, Bosltni I II oCr 3 q place to Eve 1; or 5 30 22j: .3": !. <
Pittsburgh, New' York City. Ma Beach Floilda Charles Topers Tlt >? will be each week
i I : ,,4 : ,
., Super Sport, 2 Door' Hardtop, Power Kara( Falls Buffalo Chicago. Clcvl January 27 1964 -.. :, -- --- -_._- .__.. _-- ._ .
half dotes other ,
and a
'land
Glide Power Steering Power Brakes ; seaboard I j Mr Ray Caldwell _
cubes along the eastern ''Fernandina Beach News Leader
.
Radio& and Heater. Good Condition. and Evrrlhlnllpnt westward from beautifully there -l I Fcrnanellnn Beach Florida ... M
!Dear Mr Caldwell: .a ltP t
ixeept Ihe food There finally came'a When I read your "JJ t Rimblin c a j
$2495 LIBERAL! TERMS time. uboiit hilfway throuiih the Column a few weeks aRi, I sal v
trip, when the director of the tour, noted your suggestion that A.1-A

at each ship wet rnmpHled to I I be- called "Rurcanerr Trill. a* ,l
FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK wire ahead to our next hosts' : .
"A-I.A"I had no particular sl mfieunce
Serve us anything I! you want -
That suggestion might be a
AT FERNANDIhiA BEACH exetpt milk.fed chicken !gxd( one, as It lend a little l<'cnl

color: many peiplo like the' si TVif l'+. trr

Fernandina Beach, Florida I Trade At Home land Ihe pirates acllvlt is on our is. ..er, ., 's! e :.

-. -- The portion of the suggestion to c Ia I
whlrh I land many of my "Old.
'' friends that ''Fli'I. '
T me I object Is <
= I ga msaD"
-- f-. cher Avenue' alan have Its name
I ?
changed To u*, that I Is unthlnk "
able! The Avenue I I. named In
honor of United State Senator
I
Duncan U, Fletcher, who was responsible big new V8 power
I for having Beach Property .
released for private sale Intil -
this wa done. the property was big new self-adjusting brakes
NOTICEA gowned' by the United States! Gov.
eminent, Anyone who built thereon
was In reality; a "squatter", as he
had no title to It.. The tourists who
come here mm to njny our Beach, ,
andlRnt their lends I bick
home to know they are near the
Ocean could readily explain how

very near they are Bit they Ihnuld
also reilize: Hut: If !S,'nitor Fletcher

Meeting of Ad Valorem Taxpayers of NdS- had hv the not Government had thin properly for sale released to Individual .

*, there would he very few
building: on the Beach and

.. sau County Has Been Arranged For 8:00: P.M., ', Ground those few" The would tourists be )on who'Squatters want to t

Impress their friends with the fortthat imio
they live near the Ocean
would loon forget the name of th.I'l'nue" ..
Wednesday, February 5, In The Court Room ",\ or "Trail" on which they
.: resided when h'rt''hlle the long ''
,lime residents would forfeit the tiece.a".t.a.ew..a
privilege of honoring a name whirl CHEVY H by Chevrolet
The Court House In Fernan-
At Nassau
: County his nitwit much to Hum for many I I
ycnrs You don't need a big; car to get big performance Not any New brakes match this
Plea
: I- dine Beach. The Purpose Is To Discuss Organization publicity this regard but I a do* I cherish do not the care Ira fir I I cost There(engines are for two You new to" pick higher from performance One is Chevrolet optional.atextracare!strapping. ntzd l features mutflpr., Include Delt<>"on RIve generator you money and a Other fully alum eoay-(

1'Jo-hp Turho- ire \ 8. The other ia a new chrome trimmeel Chevy n \la
'" dltions of our City. and there are smartly styled outside, comfortable Inside.
J55.l1p Turbo Tlirtft Six
'Natives who feel the There are I lot of models to choose
more from. A tot
many of
I Jr mountain to climb truck to elttra-roat
you've lot I or
of A Nassau County Taxpayers Associ- same as I do 1\1) purpose in writing .. PMS tlieup are the engines! that can leave either accessories<< to eWltoml7.11 It just about ?
: to you Is Hint you might under.aland tune safely; ( behind )'ou. In flll't. I Bw 1 ,
our sentiment. and help us'I J.lid" a wallop everYlllhtre tfvrJaa iCSSaJaRSrSSa8"1THE !
In preserve s,'me of the names

ation. which have mean) much to us GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Chevell Chevy n Ctrvair Corvette
Thank you.8lnrprc'ly.. See them at your Chnrolei! Showroom
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':::.: : Jan- 211, 1)64Fdll WOODWARD MOTOR
COMPANYSouth
I >r, Newsleaeler
I Fernnndina Beach Florida I

TIP exemplary law enforcement: 8th Street Fernandina Beach, Florida Phone 261.3636el'ernanlna
action by Sheriff II. J. 1'oungbltud'!



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*ct'.t'I\ler.( :( \ Fernnmlini!! : noitrh. Florida Thursday! ( January, 1961 Pagethree


Jazz Burns And ReligionIn Mixes Temple 7 Pythian Sisters Held Installation II I' Local Student Local Delegates with i roll ,all In and separate committee meetings.tloiti ap.pullllm'nls ,.


.
Takes Honors At mn tings continued: through

Mrs (lean Riir was established Attend Th irsclj\ ,v 5 noon and were high'
Unique Program -. '. -'- ., as m,>si exullint chief of Pythian LaGrange College Episcopal lihlitul: bv time Diocesan Cclebratloti .

'P" Msteis Temple 7 at the Monday 01 italy Communion and the

With the aid of a record player ': ijiIPi evinliu iiiHtullutlon service! held at Diocesan Council IIIhup' address on Wcdncsilay
Jr the M 'nle Ti'mple
i couple of Jazz si-let'lions. end a IM morning and (the Dlucexan Dinner
drawing board Paul Burns Mrs Josephine Goeilsbx l3 nl' the It Ixi-t :Shyer Until on Wedm !.
pro. St Piter Fplsiipnl Chlll''I'vIII : I
( moBl rxnllint I'hll'r.I homed ,iljv e's'sclog. Wlllliun ThomaS
ccrdod la explain the even tiny We .
,
will npiciinlid Hi I iili.'iisi'n.log :
or a Chriitlan and the ) Mrs Stlmn Dank I grnnd sure Itlce prcsdtnl. of the! Atlantic
necessary ( strvlio if tin 1.1st;: Anmml
tary Mrs Ethel Canna grand Li must I lohlf' was I 1111' speaker
part played by the church and Its .
Council anil, Die 7llh ,\nniiil !Mul
activities to the ( ( junior and other visitors to the Ofllihl, 'Dipuliis und alternatcl
Women
of St. ( Installiilun ing of the' rplhcopul I (irihuomen
Peters Episcopal Church al their r r -r .' meetingCYrcimtnlis (,f the Dlocem' of M,.rltla. al the from 'Si PI.It'r'I're Paul Burns
begun with the
first quarterly meeting for I'M!' In openIng Church of I Ihl' GUild Shiplierd' In George LaI'ence Art Murkham
of the
Bible and the prtsenta
Whitney The Hall Monday evening ( j I lien uf lisp 11 IK, followed by HIP In Jas'kni'nviile. Tui'tilw evening I, V dircia; Gene! Lasstrrc DunDiuiJtirty
musical selection ,
was a bp '
leal progressive Jazz number by r .- ,,'" 4 vocntiin, risen by Pvthhn knlghi l"ssthrssinsi! HIP rvinliiK Prater ( : lUlph Wend, Joe Stu.
'I Roscoe Miorr Mrs Gool.b.laE 81'rl'jrl'' ut huh tin stump ansi bits sail' Itiv and Mil James ElIsir .

the also Dave Brubcck Quintet, Burns thin pi..i.M.mi.d the Irlbilt' of I la\' people of the? (Dmsi, susie I I.i.t III'plI"'lIl1nl\I \ .. women of
pla'ed Jazz recitations on tin
Christian and his way of life, con. : fl ,01ll'11') drill by lur dewte staff tint (hrlhlliinltv is being uild' ?s tin ...h'lr'h1'1'1'( :Mrs Fdna Uauuh-
trlved of 41 ( \ fold'wed In "I I Loveoi Trulv tniiuil by ithir nlikbnsand/: com ut> Mi- Anicllno Shiirlcy :Mrs
by a collcge.agcdChristians
group stint; bPun Collins al'I''l\1p.I'I' .;, munlhin b\' the Kv IIf1\\ U'd .\ MOII: M ikham :Mrs Ileltv DivisMis ,
at ecomentrolmeeUng.
a
past .
i .,:- : by Mrs ( ollh's HI thi' plniin :Mrs Johnson 1) II.,. (aunt The' I hcsiian: 111.l Lawrence' and Mrs
I f Mary Muni' pusinlid Mrs GIIby Culludial of SI, JI hl1 (Ihl' Divine J\ tin Lisusi'rreCooper's
He employed the basic Jazz form q"
,. 1'1fT 1'\\\ Niu \oik HIP CiMiuul unit 1111<
willi a Lift on luhalf of tin do!
In with the the
an analogy church
< '
t' < .. grin MlalfAI'IIIIII mini ii nil'11 in n Mere urgiul/iil
role of its members In the com ; >
4p't (.mini Chief Mis M I.'r>'
"
munlty, and the Impoitatue of '
.
stewardship '''t ;t{. t Mime. 11" and suiior :Mis Myrtle Miss J mil Ililcheoik duikUir:: \ ifMr I Chairmen Named For Laundry

Prior to the program. Mrs Geo. Crews,
rile Lawrence gave a devotional on 0', : ;t \ I Loot Swiurmuii: sirvid an Inslal has bun pluud "in I tIle Dinns List Auxiliary Sponsored Coin.Operated

the preLenten season one of a sir ling i:fill'i'is for tin foil whig ofllc al the mil of tilt fall quailir, 1 1/Ji3!/ "Hats. Off" Luncheon
I
1
lea on the 'Christian Stsbiims of "S irs :SIlo Hi/ir most ixullent I lur Ljidiange ('illi'/:i', La rallll'! Laundry and Dry
," ,'"' t ,t I 'I1.r.; :III'> Gncilvhy.; | pis) iliuf: ,
Ycar, Mrs F (
the President rGainet Mrs r: II, Jiniik pic'nidi'nl ul CleaningMrs.
'f.i' Mrs Hullia Hnliinsin excellent uShi
opened the business mi'it. of nf flirt .
"H : was me a Kiiiup ) lltimphn Minunial, llnspilil ,\iiJt
acnh'r11'1.: Clio Snvlir.
tog with the reading of the minutes nlm sluiliiits so neiisiil/ed' JudlIs Hut tin' Dorii
alllllllllll'rd Howard
Illary tixlnv' ( .
: C 5
>ri. ,' rxiclluil junior Mrs \initi Hut
Mrs A. Boilme. :
the :
by _
secretary: a h"hhmlln at Indiangi. slu hive Ixi'
filliming cain
n
ls'rscuus '
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tlcrsin I1Il1l1a I'rII'M: Vinli lie M:milter11th
:
Mrs. F. L. Jams give the Irons '" '> "' ; 1f LoutaSdl. hiss also ,plulkid Alpha, Till iit'Lssoi'iui'ihy. ed to "1'1111",11', In. tin anniiil

urer's Father report J. Ellisor railed on i' <" ;, ,;" .:" lone NIIIIIilutir' guIld| ; Mrs I .: Mis Annie Lou Mi.Hendiie ". nuxillaiv.sHiiMiul| 'lliits 011" 1 & I'.feih Streets!
was ''hi' show
fr Juili iiltinilul rirniinillna Hi'mil linn i n-hut :
for announceinints of the! Lenten 1" .. Miritarv; Mis MirMKIIC >
Activities scheduled for the church. -' liuisunr: Mrs. Hubvi I'm IHkh: Sihool and uus active uspn Mrs Bin, Cluiki,. 1I1'I1t'ral him'hem
ham 'suit'm of LII Hi' Wonun' were I'hairnlolll; Mis Kirnul Mi.
piniilslI
He noted the following dates VifAncsdays
during Ltnt' ecmmuniin 'pi"n hml illation. Mis Ul/ir tory (of Hit smlor, llvnor Soihlv Dunn, dt'I'lIratllll'hlllrl1l1'',; Mist
: I 'd of yellow) vlio pn'Hldi"'nt of Trl.HI.Y. .iris :. V, diirclii;" dike ihnlimim: Mil DOZIER GAYPAINTS
nli bouquit
services will I be held at 1 7 and 9.301m Tim IOMO\M\G OFFICERS of Pythian Sisters" of Temple 7 were instilled" in ire-- was pi i m a
Frlclavt. the Litany Siivlic I monies held Mond.n evening at the Masonic Temple; front roIfft In riJ.thl.11'01.: rose bills bv Inr liusbiind Slip washiniotiil suite ItipriKinlutlvc. und Illirarv Riilmrd Tlinsili In churke: of mid,
I tin iinniiul Shl'I VUIl'd"II"K'
On iilitor of al < the Mis, Ihilinu Itoiix. In fuinlsli
drill ;
will be read at 5:30: p.m.; Sundays. lleo Styler: excellent junior; Mrs. Venita HuidiTMin. manner: ; Mrs. Niulte lie :Nnnc uilll Ji ouitisv by '
of IMi2.63"
iiisliini Girls: of Council 7 mid All \ioiind lit hull. Mis, t: t HIIMSS. hit
a special study based on I the /, protector; Mrs Myrtle Ricer mont e\rdlent thief; Mrs.! Ionise.illni" -. umrd: : Hit Klnung: of "\oii Art Mv sunshine and 1I1'IIIIIIIII'd: (Ill lionir.. sliiduit ehalr'nlolll; Mis Uniisrirulii I.lalll I.

book Bryan Hurdles Whitlow will to heaven be given by at I, link row left to ritrht !Mrs. Annie Loss Kendree. set'retiiryl; :Mrs. Kiibve Dinhim, ." Mrs Ri/ir Is assistant -.---. -- (' fiss ui's; Mrs Tun .oolsliv; FOR EVERY NEED

7:30: p.m. It will be concerned will i pianist ; :Mrs.! Bertha Robinson excellent .senior; :Mrs. Josephine (;Goolsht, 1).1..1| thief; roval ii (visor l tc<> the Sunshine Girls.sIis'r publicity --
of tin and Vrt.! :Mary k. :Moore treasurer. / tin 11I.11I1I.llIlIn. the nl fit'irs Mrs Bin DlikuiH In'kit ilnlr
modern
the Interpretation
_ ___ __ __ 'Best For The South'Shiell's
... medievil Sivcn I*'udly Sills" On I n wire pit'si'nli'd wrist ('('r agis by man Mis T (I '' 'I and :\11'.. RJ

Ash Wednesday, Holy Communion I lor M) A full length coat of \utrla The speaker siild that hi mn Iliwer gills C'hailiy Allin and Ilrihllnot\ p*>jiriiun, ; MisH --

will be given at 7 and 9:30: am. Lions Hear Talk fur, he said may bring from has 2r(0 of lIce animils. and Hint Pain und\ Mnnla Danlil Sue Killynnd H lorkwiHid' and Mrs Idliirl,

Mrs Otto Phanstitl chnlrman. I| $2500' to $:;000I he Is a ml'mh.'r of a miikelinii: Numy Tutiii sirvid as candle! t Carson mum ihalinuii; Mis Grocery

announced that the! World Day of (Continued from Page One) I I I He said that the fur Is very as-.sinl.ilIon, (hut bout 120iKI' if' tin Ujjiltrs! fir, I tin* ciremoiiiisly J. J. G ('!H'I"'r ant, Mis. (nil

Prayer.. open to the public Kill be 1 similar to beaver but thai It !Is pills In the past 12 nionllis lhi'rwtiin door prl/is 211 VTLANTIC( AVE.
at St Peter Church this year year Is three, The average size !I much lighter due to the Nutria'sthin The Interest of the Lions In tin' The Candy Slrlpirs, III sine at

Friday February 14 at 10'30 am i I1r a litter! Is 6 but they may have I hide. The colors he added subject was cv'Idem'id by a 1PIIILY 1 the luncheon Marili 3 at the !Uc. PHONE( 201-90( : :
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Eight churches are to participate I as many as It, he added vary from pearl grey to deep 'lengthy question and ansurr pir real!Inn Center

At the close of the meeting The' animal are born with hair I I brow and It Is on this faetor Ihal lid( that a niimnir of otliir' Inlirrstlna .

frcshmenls were served by and teeth t and breed at 7meatha. I I prices are establish facts nl> ut Col 1'hillps If ( ltt -
BI:1::
women of St Paul Circle 1'1.1 Philips : they arc normally In tilling of the III'Htru'lIvl'l i I Niitiia!; HaniliTlie DRIVE IN FOR THE VERY BEST

very tame but dangerous III I I quality of the animals If they atej I speaker was secured fn SILL PMNIY
The newest lure on the beach tout'hid and the mother will at. I I allowed to roam free. Philips said ,I I lice program by Lion (Doug 1 Die IN AN

come iiimmer will be fish.nil tack If her domain Is threatened that they once hrmiijil a bnmtv' ker'

swimsuits made of Creslnn acrylic Philips I \ told of :the: value of the I, In Louisiana Today, ho\vt\cr the The 11 ills only cm"si was Sti*- A lot of people don't tike thi
fiber, Originally developed as a animals and said (that t an ordinary raising of the furb<*aiing animuU vie Tilldkos son if Lion Jihn irlir, of their IM! Hi rlda auto II- AUTO''I

drapery fabric the "net" has been' pelt would ltgfoI:lj but that I theybent I Is a multi.million dollar Industry TillakosPreKldinl, ttnse I II 11M.

!adopted by top fashion designers often I as high as $40 In that stateBrand Bin Cluiki eomlurtid TIck Is vt'ry disappointing lo .m' t

a bund muling alter tin l'I'lIulllr Motor Vihitle Commission Arch J J.4 J.--------

'". si'ssli n. Lixingslim and Coy, arris Hry-
mil Tiny did so niuili want ear .. FRONT-END CHECK"SPECIAL"
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iwiuri to be Imppy) RnRESIJ: : ll: Illlh ol

Kiwanians Hear Arch nail! tag colors an chosen JarkwllnIII111I be the ui..lrvunKtllsl I $6.50For
Only
Iv the mmlmlnn Rut he makes at an old fishlonid
(rmtlmiul fiom 1'iue Out) the iktlKlon fir the hues and erki test rrvlvul l.. be heist In the

I slIer sukRcxtlins from ninny quor.I Tabernacle Buptlst (hurili on
tin lira vns Impli'minlid (In imtlvhin I I Alignmentand
the (;uixiinirs, (immixHlin UfsNot Amelia Road ginning M n.
only do stiggistlons como.) I diy, February 3. ullh sirvlres $3.00 to
IIl'I'I'I'III1"al
(III Uivilipminl/ sunsestatlltct'c1. ,
It him bun dl'h'rm.In(1 I fiom musty quarters, somillmen I| each rvrnlnj 11& 7:30: p.m. Balance Front
In his two.bits.
the governor puts
that Ilioiminils nf acres' melUTilrrt
fir nal are 111'si'111', for And among me thousands and I Civil Defense Wheels 'S

ulldirniHS( tamping. for piinle Ithiusanils of complaints about lag
sites for hiking and for family colors I hire Is a report that at Free Brake Adiunl-'

camp sites Many boat access facllitles I least half a dozen gripes on the I Prepared During menl With Thin Big

: are sorely needed both In higher price were received! Special.E .

salt and In fresh water recreation The MVC sa)'s thire was some Tornado \\ ALSO; II \VI: ,/ I ILOTSOI"
areas uneimpllmenlary mall like that Warning -

An additional sivcnly' milts of bit not near sueh a volume Most g :

I I public seoshore' Is niTikd to pro. cur owners were so happy Kith the Miniliiy night a 'lornndi warning

New Style vide necessary outli.In 'for the pub I 1,111111'1', cost and colors they're repuintliiK !. was In tlfut In the South fast: L

lie Ptnple are buying/ and liking cars to mulch tags and I diiri.li; : and Ninth Mirldj sites .

I RED CEDARWARDROBE olf IllidsI hll'llI''re furtlll rIp lilting It go ut thutNi I from 7 until 10 p in 1 hiring) this

avalliihle to the! public. and the 'I : 'xt I pu-cur's tugs. by order' of tin time Ihi Civil DifuiHi Ollne was

I ', burden falls un< n tin date' ti miiulre '. h' lhlllurl': will be In colors him I opin 11/1(1() their rlldl.11'1/ was In

l.iniln and wniir arias niw siring the 400th) year nf the foundIng opirutloi, QUALITY GOODYEAR TIRES :

Solve your space prob. fir the! Iniruisid iliiiiniN: lo In of SI Augustine hpunlsh rid The inlinslve', aria ruillo nit Iniludis .
mil in the' fnt ire'. Th' I 1.'III.hIIIIn, acid Spjiilsh yellow, I nidiim In tullnhin: Milllunl AT SPECIAL PRICES ;

I f ; lemwththisbigroomy, enaitid' lo Iniplimint tin protrim 1'111I1 I Is. uf n ursc. unit'us ,"nl!'. 'rnllllllilla bach 'Hie! alirt of

}, extra closet. Conveni Is bmw as the*! 1X3! Dllld'M.r' nee thing\ fir,,'ir his hills'515 to cause achnn.t out hoHiliul| four mllhllc',

nation Ail of cider to CommunlHtii radlii In tin Civil Uilinse( sin ;
hi
i nthhsgeddouble.doors r mills lor (the ipinilim, of I tin, lIed and tupilulixt Yellow an all'it l III' tin shirllf 'und( unll"1 Lasserre Motor Co.

: provide/ easy access for program wire! mad avail ibleIhronuh I opirutlve/ eflorl to (' .

the of 24 I tin rl'h'n'l\lhll1l\ uhiih was iConiniuiiiBtlons, (.29 South Klh SI net 'I'hone 2il-38l( .
I, storage or apprnvul bv the tcc'ictule' nubling Just Ramblin'Coitinued : The! Junior High ..111'111'1'I'll'

more garments. Storage the Commission to Issue llevpnut I ,
prtpured' to he opined In case! of
i Certificates for the! puipose' nf cqiiring I ( from Page One) cmirifircy On this oiciislm litre,
Beauty. Storage lands soil) otliir fjilllllev. ..
was no 'm'rll'I1'Y.. anil tin radlll
Utility The framed The mini of SIOO tool, uhlih had UK) And Kit this taking liver (tin'
:
/ml i'low'd us (the shorn mived
\ niiiiinnliiliil t thrini'li II"i, \inn' rims nf (the pupi 1'1'' Is his 71: .yi'ur.
1 front and tapered legs: South and last: ..
glttrallun fund was ma Ii' avjil old sin Lvlilintly: liny huve' hud
add a contemporary able for the aiqilsitlin, of boat ui. sonieine else lo listen to the com (ilontl Walter J. Pnslin (Ml
it cess facilities( In both fresh' and plulnli of subscribers | !ef'nMe Director' for Nassau Cnunly .
l 'I touch to an old favorite. salt valor erea.f.ccuis ', rtr said that the alert cooperation

"n Klmir new Stoic Is and parllilputlon of all 1 Ihese Involvid .
nlily a advertising a ncwspap :: : I
Baby KI"nnllin.l'a.. p 'osiniid to irs life blond I am always Inlir I was scppreu'iohs'cl I. pirtiiul:
r Regularly $49.9S Ihi' club aid \I III bi inilidiri firm' eslid In niw uppiouihts Tin liil arly I Ihf 'lollowlng: JIll k HAinilo"

lilir, muting ("ormir lo hit I heard Mi VI t' I llowtll: Till Wulluie. r m ..
ally al a ts-t on my laniy ; : : ; ; I
sctntarv Ink Vann, Him has bun while, riding near tmoa the lattir erwin H/rr, hirnundini Iliuih;

on leave' die, (to Him was n'. pirt of last ttcik! An auto dealer Julian, Pulmtr llillliird (:.'.rae I

1iL.$3488 purled to have returned( to the was in the! air and lubilul his 1'ringlt Callahan; ":rllh' l'alf.JlVY"1
hostiital a.imv as No 2 In the illv A mi b Ii'": station' Cull ihun. I
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Dill VAihb pnslilul' nl the mitt viu i. III the bin'kkmuml qiirlidNo d ..

liu mid l'IlIb smKlim;: vtj o h',1,I IvTminiv : 2* T'> whlih tin dialir" n' Public
Invited
-- II.ill. with I nils luriirjut spimiliil. "I I must In.. ivirjune! ilsihiivs '
.- SSe DOWN Ihi ticsContinr" I lilly art No 1 1i I."

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HIM Hjinw. of 'Safari' bi.
Credit twin\ ( ullnhun and II,lluiril, Inn 1 Dr VAiNin. wh i his ..c,1. ( ,n ,
hK |"l'rwlII p isili'in slim I 1'110' ; I
numlir ofIn
WITH LOCK bun ulving WilY a WITH YOUR FOUNTAIN PEN =
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Inn a rll tin HI'vi'nil n'si'i nli |iilIn >
thruwuks
__ (f ..','tin...I fi'',m f'uire OilIng -) ( 'is IlIr the past Ivui or .. ., In''
AND KEY __ he has ,"it mi n''Hi' 'i ling hiM Inti' i t
'lohn that un
says
__ llniinildl 1 ripirt it thi mul' relict :
tin txtwnn iih've.loric
isdtsotuil
__ ovirsuii'lv of Ari/onu typriss andJaciipur .55 Why wait to be comfortabl .
- IngUIIIIH:
Shoec.n . $:Im 71; 2t) Virginia und will IM. fil
Companion SpecfoS' / S2JII.312! l 57 fur ui yone ilvslrlnn u tree of this received' his d"cillrulu" In I from our bank will
t\n| l III tuiildt hm.; :Most of (lie: uliiiuilin ut the Inlvirsity: of make whatever Improvements .
Mi'mix n . .. . V2JP4 I
AROMATIC SOLID HiirnwmIntome/ . . . trees have been given to vchuoU M ridj In II": with miij" r. In'' your

. . :si.OO2.IJIIr.xIN'n'f'I : and cl urines, higher tiliieullon und .h"h'nl |leI', heart denrei.
RED CEDAR CHEST I II ,fttr 'II/tllI'l/ I tirvitmrhniunh I
. .. 10.7:11811:
I I'Vlilinls laid 14 2:!1352 I Tin average mans body I Is said lhi years he Ins nrv Don't put I If, off See (
In he made ol II:>> pounds ifmoMli til In tlie positions of tuiiliralhlitlc about low, financing .
u.. I. ''''' l/ndividul Earnings: 27,7 W.97 up ui cost
I..h", In.ft'.ft" $1888 duurunlv Fun I 29Eh7.2'ihelcciSlls as compartd to about 3 iinsult.inl. rilligt, ilun: ; that will ..
.ul.o..a. [ | In otherassitldtlons I pounds of brains. Which pn"bablyiixplmnn and tulliM prisldinl Hi Is a make your homo
10" clo.h.ftt. a lot of happimngsft rninlur of stveral huiorarv, ansi,
. . :ximiomi) mare pleasant, moro
A'fula.I, $%) 95 Cash In Hock . 3847tll!! itMI lrnfc'HMlunlll sssco'iatiiuns hll"lIlhn livable more salable.FLORIDA .
Tdul( Assets tWWU\ ; '\ ian sine whut you like alHiutn Win' 'i Ulio in Ami'rlian rilim: '

The! ubivi' figures riflut lie I. .mpv old misses but Jnxt n'nit'm. lion
88c DOWN Instant Credit All You Want Credit' Lniin staining as of IM bee th it they make mighty, fine This program promlms in b<' unInlt

ember 31' I"1 Assi.In have In aniestors 'resting and rhallinging one!
creased appnximattly tfiiMl( dir: j
ng the! occur an.fllr\ the; IHhoinsicuiivf Arc MIII, smoking still but enjoyIng IMrsins see nrgtil to nlli'n"I IItuhlnti

MATHER of Fernandina S s'iiJ a b' ilivMiml It h'881 ...., ..-. ,.,......'.......... .....
was puid on ihuiisTrade rats and (.round.duellingbirds at Fvrnandina BeachPaul
Morp than 150 varlilies uf plant pridute mont find tonsiiiniilhv ,
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life grow unI'rwut'r, and on land Ihi paslirn dinmimilliai. rat
8th Street I'hone 2bl-im: :& .. .
:U9: South At Home in thi urea around Hondas Silver Hi.sn,ike', says rlirida 'litrmtilig -- --1p --

/, Spring |I I II.t Ross Allen of Silver i"j>rliiis.( .








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Pour Xew Leader, Pcrnltntih l= \ \ Beach, Florida Thursday) January 30 1901 Janice Hilburn I II i:Hi-Y Holds ---,'

I Elected PresidentOf I Business

District Officers Wed In Nigeria & JJetoS\ JJoteS & Baptist YWA I Tuesday

Guests of WSCSAt '
Trl-III-Y held Its January
Church will hold a The members of the Y.W.A. cf
The CYC of St. Peter's Episcopal
meeting Tuesday night.
I Im
January Meet w snertal! roucllng Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 In Whitney ;the First Baptist Church met Mim- I President Judy Lajserre ,rc-
Hell .- day evening' at the home of Mrs.
The luncheon planned end pro. tri In the absence .f President
/aaR tr C. A. McKendree. Jr.
of;
Tic+la Lewis offered the
hll'tt over by Mn. Woodrow Slew' I II i\ Solph. Diane
Order of the Sutlers Star will I The meeting was opened with a
art and Mrs. Rrbrrt Gray of Iht Fcinamllna Chapter M. I I .
Edna Davis and Myrtle Burgess ) hold a public Installation of officers. Saturday evening Feb. I rexlew of the book Shalom by /'. were drawn up for the
s 1 at the Masonic Temple at 7.30: ,, i Lauretta Owens given by Janice
ruary
Circles was only one of the many .4'f I' I II i Club Trl-HI-Y discussion
'HlPiurn. "Shalom" means peace
lilKh-llRhls of the January meetingof ifft I which will be held In the
In Hebrew. The book concerned the I IplC'ple
he Woman'i Society <,if Clirli. The Buccaneer Coin Club will inert Monday evening nt future.
Inn Service (if the Memorial Me. 7.10:: in the Recreation) Center. Members are urged to attend and religions of the near I II [ pre-lnalslatlve ..'Inl' whit, KB

Hindis Church held Monday In thePur4ell this kpcclal meeting. East at Gainesville High School,
lIall.Prrsldrot. & At the business meeting which
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: i for tno!
followed, the following officers s in prcparanun
Wad-
Mrs. B. F Dickens, I Youth and Government
opened the meeting with prayer and nesdoy. were elected:: Janice Hilburn to be held In J\f rch.
over the business session. In!!. mere will boo a ice lumorlng tile Little Women and presidentj: Ida Ruth Hall vice \
presided
I She! greeted the district officer ol their mnlhcrs followed by a program Klvrn by the Little president; Nell Cook secretary; j ,
Women, Brenda Beard and Shirley Me'Ken- H.E.Y.C.
the W.SCS! Including Mrs J. B. I .
3'r "tf dree, program chairmen; and Gall '
Thompson, representing Fernnndlna I' Set Feb. 7
Beach, as guests of Society, Mrs Miller A. Ihmrick Suwannee Presbyterlal World McKendree, treasurer, I II
Mission chairman will be guest speaker at a Joint meetingof It was announced that the Y,W.A. I Jacksonville
Mn. John Ilutchlni gave the 1 Die Presbyterian World !MlssUns and the Presbyterian State Convention Is to be held the
treasurer's report and Mrs. Marvin qt a held the First Presbyterian : : :: : ;;:
bV World J\1lsslnl) for Women to be at weekend of April 17.19 at Deland. I annual meeting of the House
Jenkins gave the secretary's re ( Church, Sunday, February 2, at S p.m.k The meeting was concluded asMrs. i \ |I Episcopal Young Churchmen

port. The president then asked -tr; it McKendiee served refresh ,I of the youth of the Dlo.
that nil members who had net already ,4 I Itm The Fernandlno Junior High-Elementary School P.TA I mentl.II I I of Florida Is scheduled to

done no, Rive conlrlbullons ...kId will meet February Stun In the Jr. High> eafetorlum! Guent I at St. Mark's Episcopal
for the Week ot Prayer and Self sneaker will be Dr. J. Bruce Wilson, president of Brevard In Jacksonville on Friday

Denial. Jr. College II Eastern Star Sets I 7 and will continue

It was announced that a study I Public Installation I noon on Sunday, February

course would be presented hv Mrs. The annual mooting of the House nf Episcopal Young I fronting.'T
Harold Penton February 4 at a Churchmen' Is set to convene at St. Mark's Episcopal Church :,Of Officers Saturday St. Peter's Church

luncheon meeting Mr Richard II ul Jacksonville February 7-9. be Laura Sorensen Charles
Fernandlna Chapter SS Order of
showed a new bunk which
Grumpier and Angle.
itto "fr Ronnie Schuctt
inn been purchased for the divotlnhaT the Eastern Star, will hold a public I
of St.Peter's .
Pancake
The Annual Shrove Tuesday Supper .
I IW.S Installation of officers Saturday
book shelf stocked by the I
Episcopal Church will be held February II from I
C.S She also announced plans VJO: to 8 p.m. In Whllney Hall The public /li \invited to purchase night February 1, In the Masonic LUNCHROOM MEM'SFeb.
for a weekly graver service to beheld tickets at the door. Temple at 7:30: pm I J-7 i

: .In. Memory Chapel '* i i Mrs. Doris Beard will be Install I

The'rrqldrnt thanked the Mamie I Eight Fernandina Beach churches! will participate In : ed as Worthy Matron and Mr. Jim Monday Pizza tossed( salad.

Milli Circle for preparing Methodist ,I the annual World Day of Prayer to be held Friday, February Beard as Worthy Patron. peas French bread and
Youlh Fellowship suppers dur-l 14 at 10:30: a.m. in St. Peter's Episcopal Church. The) 'Frances I Gray, Pant Grand IIlr"j I I spiced apples, lit pint milk. I

log January, and reminded the public Is Invited to attend. lof| the Grand Chapter of I Tuesday Bur-b-cuc puck on I

: Annie Brown\ Circle that they are I it will be the Installing officer. I' bun dry black eyed peas

to (Ix them during February. The MRS JOHN LEVY Ad'Ot Fun Kite will' he held Friday, February 7, at I p.m. The public Is cordially Invited to tomatoes, onion rings! peach
: cirri menibers were reminded ...r I In Whitney Hall by St. Peter's Episcopal Church The dress attend I[ I "i pint milk.

the service to be held fur World Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Quattle- I -- Is casual; tickets $1.00 per couple Ilclrcshmcnts will be .I, Wednesday Hot dogs / buns,

Day of Prayer. I baum announce the marriage of Mrs McKendree served and fun will be had. Edna S. Ward i boons, cole slaw, kilo w/
: The Edna Davis Circle won the their daughter, Sara KarlocneKayei. I I I \ brownie, 11 pint milk.
attendance price for the most I ( to Juhn Levy son of Mrs Feted At Surprise The Duncan L. Clinch Historical Society! of Amelia It. ;I Bible Class Holds Thursday Oven fried chicken
monitors at the meeting Mn. Dora G. Levy and the late Irving land will meet Monday February 10, at 8 p.m, at the Roc. brown ,
'
Cordon; Duller Introduced the dl>- J. Levy of Washington D. C. Birthday PartyThe realist/ Center Guest speaker will be Father Michael V, January Meeting I rice w/ gravy celery
Gannon director of the Mission Nombre dc VIol at SI. Au- i and tomatoes apple
t
-Jr.Jl:1.lIlllcl'fl.) : who were In chargeof I The wedding was solemnized on home of Mrs. Eddie Mc. gustine. The public Is Invited. i' The Edna S. Ward Bible Class of raisin salad, rolls and butter,

the program. Each officer gave \January 8th In the: Provincial Sec. I Kendree was the setting for a sur. oft Memorial\ Methodist Church met I potato pie ', pint milk.
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a short talk about her office and I' rctary's office In the presence of prim birthday party Monday even. I at the home or Mrs. Charles Pow. Friday Fish sticks <(Tartar<
The Knights of I'ythlna111 meet February 6 at 7.30p :
the work done by the W.S C.S. I and friendsof
the American Consulate Ward. Co. for Its January meeting ) Potatoes wcream sauce,
I Ing, honoring Mrs. Ken .m. In the Masonic Lodge.Engaged. here I i :
The next meeting of the W.S.C.S. the couple.A hostess was Mrs. James Bryant.! 'Mrs. Allen Russell served as co. slicks string beans corn-

will be held In Parish Hall Fcbru- reception was held at the Hotel The rooms were beautifully decorated hostess. I and butter orange cake Ii

ary 24 at 8 pm., with Mn. Din Presidential given by Miss Ann in pink I and white, using Mrs, Stanley Tarlton, president I milk.
Brown In charge of the pro ram. Morgan and !Miss Johnny Prathcr. I pink I sweetheart roses throughout.As opened the meeting and welcomedthe 'I

Among the guesti were members I Mrs. Ward entered, "Happy To WedSenior 21 members present Men L. O I A widespread misconception Is

Edith Frances EvansWec or the Peace Corps and the American I Birthday To You" was sung to her. Carpenter save the devotional entitled reptiles hypnotic birds and

Ambassador to Nigeria. Games were played and prizes "1 Visited At Aldersgatc", I \ animals, according to Ross
fs Robert Gregory of Fcr.nandina .I Mr. and Mrs. W. I. McKendree and later read of Florida's Silver Springs.
Mrs. Levy Is a graduate : were won by Mrs. Jack Thomas I r rho by Dr. Roy L. Smith I I
Iiftt'On' Tuesday I Beach High School and of: Mrs. Bill Webb Mrs. Ben Dickens, announce the engagement of their I notes of thanks from the shut-ins I ._.. fascinate tllrm.i' .
1 daughter Julia Marie McKendree. i ------ --
during the holiday season. Reports -
In Columbia Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. George
College
Mr. and Mrs Sherman Evans I Columbia I I Thrift and Mrs Gus Cheney. 1 o to Mr. Charles II. Geiger son of were given on the deliverance of the I f

1 announce the marriage of their S. C.Mr. The refreshment table was COY.I Mr. and !Mrs. George Geiger of I Christmas basket made by the

daughter, Edith Frances Evans t. Levy attended Prep Schoolat I I cued with a white damask cloth O'Neal. I class. ,, ?? I February 14thValentines

J Mr. Robert Gregory Little, son of I' Solebury In New Hope, Pcnnsjlvanla centered with a low bowl of pink .. ft The bride-to-be graduated from Following the business meeting I

i : Mr and !Mrs. Rcbcrt Kenneth Lit. and graduated from New I II sweetheart roses The punch bowl I et Fernandlna Beach High School. rrrrelhIIrntI'ere served and a '
tie end of the table held pink vg with the class of 1963 and Is prel.pnlly hour enjoyed by all. i Day
t on January 27, 1U54 at Wool I York University I II at one social was
wllh the G.A.C
. blue, Georgia. party punch with floating Ice molds employed The February meeting will be
:
, serving as members -
I The two are Finance Company.
I In the shapes of hearts. The punch held at the home of Mrs B. F. If You Can Stand Being
I and teaching rd The future 1962 graduate
Corps groom
. Ancient cf the Pence bowl, was presided over by MrsEi'gcne Jr Dickens with Mrs. W. W. Stewart I
\
cypress trees hundred School of Yule High Si'html. Is employed ,'.' A Sweetheart All Year
: of old. domln.ilo the plant at Crusader's Secondary Fachko. A large heart Jr. serving as co-hostcus. The l
years '
at Fort Clinch State Pal k. Lone .
:-life "Florida's silver Springs In t'muahla. Eastern Nigeria. shape cake Iced in pink and white meeting was adjourned with the I .'.1:
.! -.- ---.- .- N adorned the cither end of the table. RFlY Wedding plans are to be announced I Class Benediction II GIVE HER ANEW
. 'Lute Individual heart shape cakes at a later date. I

s e Iced In pink and while were served WHAT! A CHANCE I ti

with pink party sandwiches, nuts Season's 1 1st Senior Corlon

I 1 Ilan Theatres and Those mints.present were: Mrs. Robert I .a* Party Held Here skins The wrapped first known around trousers the legs were of I Armstrong Kitchen Vinyl Floor

While Mrs. Cheney Mrs. Willie Saturday EveningThe I the barbarians who sacked RomeIn If
1
s. Payne, Mrs. Webb Mrs. John Wil.Us !. I w 455 A.D., Uwy contrast striking. I t
261.4819 C. E. Beach, Mar mother of the honoree, Mrs Fernandlna Beach High I'Iy with today's comfortable Lacks: Porter & Lovequist I'i
: Nllly Anderson Mrs. Johnson, Mrs.\ Citizens' School Class of '64 enjoyed Us first made with Cre lan acrylic fiber

Gregg )Oney, Mrs Tommy Her.nanriez senior party of the year last Sat. which are liglitwelght warm and I tF! Color Center I '.,

Mrs. Dickens Mrs. Jack I Club WelcomesNew i urday night.Students washable.
TlwmasIn.\ Thrift. Mrs. McCall and their dates enjoyed) -
:
: FRIDAY & SATURDAY Oxlev and \Mrs. Fachko, along with MembersThe I refreshments. Cokes and coffee I II

Friday 7il:: ( Saturday 2:30: & 7:30:: the hostesses: and honoree I Senior Citizens' Club met In I and dancing, Including the latest'
: The hen-ree received many love. regular session Thursday evening. I dance rage "The \Monkey" Later .

ty gifts nn her bh thday. ,I January 23 at which time Mrs. n.I In the evening the young people r--iththix

: "KISS< OF THE VAMPIRE"TECHNICOLOR I I !S. Luke, nodal chairman assisted gathered around a bonfire vn Ihe

Corsage Making by members of the club, served a I beach and were led In a variety of

... : Accents covered dish supper to the thirty songs accompanied by Fred Bund
"
ProgramFor
.. members and Bursts present. I and his "unique uke.
..... ., -- Magnolia ClubThe i I Many rare and tasty dishes wore The party was considered a ter.
offered by the ladles serving the rifle success by all who attended
: : Friday 9:14: : Saturday 2:13: & 9:13: members of the Mannnlla I I meal. It was commented by one of the TIllGet

.. Harden ('llIhl'nlchrd Mrs. Edna I I In the absence of Mrs. L. S. I chapernnes that the seniors had .,

: "PALM SPRINGS WEEKEND"TROY Willis uVmnim'rate': the construction I Grant program chairman' who I proved to themselves and the com.munity .
:
of a corsage! and th'nl'rnt to the was unable to attend due to III.I1t's. that they were adult enoughto

workshop lit Oxley's Florist and ., Sandy DrSundro, director ol I, accept the responsibility of giv.
DONAHUE CONNIE STKVKNMTECHNICOLOR began assembling. their 011'1111 the Recreation Center, led Ihe'' lag a senior party, along with the

part of an unusual program given members In several amusing I
by \Mrs W tills, Tuesday evening!!, The remainder nf the evenIng fun.The executive board of the Sl'n.I
names.
After a session whit tape, wire was devoted to table games. ': lor Class would like to (thank all
-- --- -- and flowers many exclaimed over I I the seniors especially\ Katherine Ready
The following new members were
the unique pinpram. Two door Peters Wayne Saunders and Diane NOWWITH
welcomed to the club:: Mr. W M.
SUNDAY & MONDAY i prizes of corsages! were won by Lewis lor their contributions and
F.. II Jumk.
Mrs. Joseph Stublls and hire no- Brooks, Mr. and Mrs co-operation\ ,
FEBRUARY 2 & 3 Bert Grnv, Mrs. T,, M. Mlclmel and std Mrs. J. J. Klarer Mrs. Bob Chaperoncs present were \Mr

: !Mrs H. M. White were en-hostesses Douglass) of the Woman's Club and Mrs. Fred Bond Mr. and Mn. THERMOLAIREGAS
Sunday 2::In) & 7:::10 Monday 7::,m< which sponsors The Senior Citizens' vy,.
and Mrs Otto
for the nut Unit.At Leon Jones, and \Mr. :I
I shunt business meeting held I Club was a welcome vlslior. ,3
a PhunstiM.
: "MARY MARY! I before the program, / members discussed The next regular meeting will beheld HEATERYou
I the tree planting piojwt on Thursday, February 13. :.I
Cason -" '
: DEHIIIK REYNOLDS BARRY NELSON lltll Sired unit the success of theClnlstni.is |I After the covered dish supper, Family :
get all the beat feature in
Hunting contest Mis.Slubits one of the club members was heard Holds Reunion ; : (
the following comment, t"
: TECHNICOLOR pipsldrd. making Here Sunday the Thermolaire of your choice.
Coffee and pie were served the "This member was tempted farbeyond
i 12 members nod 6 guests. present I his ability to resist and
_____ _. The famltv of the late Mr and n
. table
from the dinner
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-- -- -- --_-___-_--m-_- ---__-_-_-_ -_-_---- ( came away MM. Wade Hampton Cawn, Sr., of
he
feeling much like Imagines a
: stuffed owl would foci after a visit Milliard met Sunday January 20. ECONOMY BEAUTY
at the home of and Isis D. O.
to the taxidermist. If the Gods on Mr. low coat plus certified heater your Thermolaire heater Is.
for family
Oxley, Sr. a complete
DAILY SPECIAL I high Olympus were ever to have reunion performance that converts every styled like fine furniture with I
a taste. of such delectable fare they
would rent out the Elysian Fields The uniting was also! to say goodbye I bit of your gas into body warming attractive (saddle brown finish to
to Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Beull.i .
I for a cotton patch and come and comfort. blend *..ith color scheme.
: Lunch. 97 c. DinnerChoice Join the Senior Citizens' Club!" i net! and family, formerly of Vienna. any

I! \'Irlllnl.'ho are to make their
home In Portland Oregon :
of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked I Local Woman's Club Following the noon luncheon CONSTRUCTION

Delegates At Dist.Presidents' moving pictures and family group beautiful enameled cabinet,

Deviled Crabs A SpecialtyOUR I Council I picture of were the orrasilln.I taken .In remembrance life-time cast iron burner, permanent

aluminized Our
I Attending the reunion were, Mr. steel air-flow Check
I The Woman's Club President's and \Mrs. Leo F. Beugnel. Miss interior.
SECRET RECIPE Council met Tuesday at the home I Diane Beugnel. Miss Suzanne Beug. New Tank

of the District IV director. Mm. I net, Gary Steven Beugnel. Mr. and

Home Made Chili Haydon Burns. Attending fr Beach were Mrs J. Jr.,
: Mr. and Stirs W. H. Canon
: C. Bennett and Mrs. L,, F."alt I lie and Mrs. W. L. Canon Mill III I Good
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Honor scores and n Rosilyn Harvey, all of Jacksonville It's Less
: FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE tlonnalres were dUrusucd tad Mr. and Mrs. L, R. Harvey \Mrs.J. I

plans made for the spring Sew'tig I G. Taylor and children Scull Than You

and Art Contests. Garret! and Margaret Susanne, all Housekeeping

Golden Sands Restaurant The I I'M! SlateWoman's Club ; of Quitman" Georgia Mrs. W, C. I II Thinkra"
Convention I Is to be held In Jack- I Griffin Jr. and daughter. Deana.

sonxillP, April 13-18 l..r. Covington. Georgia Mr. and YULEE, FLA. Gas & Appliance Co.
i : ON THE OCEANFRONT !Mrs. Mickey Canon lid son Joey
I of Folkston Georgia and GlennBeugnct
I : Try A Classified of Fernandlna Beach.

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Neva-Lender. Fei luimliiiu: Death. Florida Thurml.i I January 30, 1064! Page Five i \t
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Teens Turn Out Thousands'To I
by ',
0 TIME'S INYIEtDING.FLOW:
w Y tdb Youngblood One of Hosts At Mid-Winter ihswnRIing

Join March of Dimes TAP'sThousands F ffum the sea, .. -
Conference of Flue Sheriff's Association .\ blimhlnu heraldOf

of teenagers the ccmlna dav.:

across the nation have .MChSOVMUF A twllmon.nl The final c\cnt on the tliree-d"V Until redden the Wlit

found a way to have fun 1 rmiiniie-t' hnnoiing Clay CntmlvRheiirr \program will he a hrrakfi t mcrt. A lilting choir (if songbirds/:
while k t rft Jihn, P Hull of Own Inn, Fehninrv: 7, nl 0 A\t"! will) Wake us from our ilronmlns
doing an important On* Snrlnas, fur his nil-time1 re. Mat !Rermfeir John F:, Mittvwn' of And sends MIS forth i
community project. eOI'r1 Iflcnr. In offler, will he heldat .tnrkftnm, a< host It will fen. To live, to love
They have Joined the the Hold Rcwtt" WnshlitKlnnhow lure Irnlnllntlott of nrwlv-elceled And die, i

Teen Age Program (TAP) i rviminrv (a I, nl 7 P.M. Rhrrlffs sm-lnMcm nfflevrs\; hv The golden! mm J

of the 1964 March of DimesIn II will ho the hleltlluhl of the An. !Mule Rpnntnr!! John M. Apotlswnod, Doth mm npppnrTn \
aural M'cl-wlntrr' rmifcrenrp of the of Kry'I'AI\ drive away the timlil" start
the
fight against birth defects Kleirlcli shivitrsssorlitlon which In business sessions IIhl'rJrfIl11I And pnlnt tin to our Butyl ,

and arthritis. p|>nu Fdiiiiry .1! and chosen Fob.nipiv hear a confidential prime report: Millitlnit up the dark recesses
Many are helping to carry v y ., t tA + 7. discus a number of technical sub. Of our lives, I
out the public education program !li' (hit our slmrtcnmlnK"
birth s u Also font" "'rod nn the thnp-dnv lent such as Improvement of thl'lrI'ommllnlenllnn
against greatest unsolved defects child., to.day' rl "rewnin will he n "Vert, ( thus ('nn. nctwotk and re. !tlnnil mil In shnrp rdicf
hood medical problem. Others -c'u' a t dlililrs' luncheon. February 8, cord keeping system; and, make Against I the reap bntkerotiiul,::

are assigned to help with the \I h''h will hrlntf trcrlher on the plans far further!, dcvclopmcnl of Of our drcnmi.
Mothers t March for the Marchof Mary, :Mary: a technicolor movie stirring Dehl.ie Hey.noldi. same! unr.tklnn \platform for the their two pet projects: The Flnrld.1

to Dimes.think A great their own many choose c ate' may 11: seen at the Han Theatre: Sunday anti Monday : first time Florida's, seven nnntinc-- Shcrlfls Bn>"s Ranch, a, nrme for !Sunset With; clouds, of gold
up project
in their schools or suburbs. February 2 lend :1. ed rnniluhlp, fur Onxrrnnr six needy and wnrtliv boys Im'aipd near And nightfall reams

Whatever Job, It is important Ol'nlOrrulsllIlt one nrpiibllrnnlliill ,, Live n.ik: and The Florida Law nicsspd sleep steal softly In ,
because the fight .... Fnfnrcemcnl Acartcmv., Florida's
against www..wwn..w. w. vldnlv rrsprrtert l as the1' To heal the vonnds
birth defects is vital to J: first! slaic.wlde training school fur
every
"Dcim of Florida Khrrlffs" Is (Iha / TIm div hnth draft
have young his person own family who someday plans to GtTTINO TO KNOW YOU: llttl. Virginia Pal., S, who was born host t for the lliree.rtnv ronfwenco1: law enfnrrement officers, And, draw the sable curtains

\ after completing school andcareer with a birth defect, pots acquainted with Philip Dawson, II, .fJomttlown The nnd eight Sheriffs In nclnhhoi or the night, I
preparations. N. Y., and Judy Metytrt, alas II, of Aurora, Colo., i roundel lire rn.hnalu I (K\\nrnnY r.i.AZM: rr.\ns: As dude"> !' the wml

Heading the TAP programare who, ware appointed' rational co-chalrititn- far the 164 Teen Age I' They arc: DIMI! Toiintv Sheriff To 'fancy-up" n mcnl scretrnhlwiry Draw iirempnt of death
Judy Meyers, 18, Aurora, Progress (TAP) of the March of Dimti. Thanks ,. the (latttt medical Garden Basket rag)" (Viraim. linker Kltrriff FlVarlirniieh. I plied penrsj as a harmarrompnnlmrnt When Me K iloneHerlHrt, I
Colo, and Dawson
Philip also techniques, provided by March of Dlmtt funds, you'd never hn.wthat
18, Jamestown, N. Y, who are Virginia, who lives .In Ntw York with her parents, was born V ,:: Xasnau Sheriff IT .1, salad or draxt'rt.Simply Luke I
she national TAP co-chairmen with a serious birth defect e DY JANE SCGF1ELD YmitiRhleiDel, Unlnn Sheriff Ji'lm, spimn jellied crunbpirvmiiiie
for the 1964 March of Dimes Whlichcnd, ,!. Itrmirnrd !Sheriff Pets ihvntcn smooh( ) cvor
this January. "to do something useful." She'. are told the Importance of the I Reddish Alnrhun' Shnrlff Joe Tre.viissc. halves: and broil until tfl.vrrt pearl I Trod At Home J
Judy a freshman at the University decided orsdlf lancuaces at March of Dimes programs Whnt tjpp of gardener aro 'm6 I II 'and nn doubt IIP would say .norc Putnam Sheriff Wall Polll- ,
: of Colorado, was a vicepresident the: Colorado I for against birth defects, arthritis I and you. and jnu1 There are supposedly than enough In keep him busy rer and! St. .lulm's' !sheriff I. nI ,
of Ma Alpha Theta, the same reason, because she and polio, they will volunteerin three type each with appeal the third of
Probably type gar. ulll
.lr Shl'rlff'ol'hrollNh
I Davis
mathematics honor
society at thinks that
linguists be of
can great numbers for January's I
Aurora High School I, and Philip service to their country in the March of Dimes and a contribution In makes I dinner dursn'l( find a great deal of also pres'ele nl "mrt (hog I of the Try Before You Buy
a freshman at Miami University High In popularity tnriny Is the ".
coming years. They el predictions I fever In elllp ,irdenlng circles, lust Flnrlelt Slicrlffs !*"+ limit Trimtrfi -
|It !
Oxford, Ohio, was a Philip, son of Mr and Mrs. on two baihit ((1)) neither landscape type of gardener. He la Ki-brnniv 8. H,' is iliflttrnnn
he, or usually: KIP, has a contribution 14 bAY'FREE
member of the National Honor TRIAL
H. Dawson
George of Jamestown Philip nor Judy ever had any predominantly Inlerested In design of HIP Trust '.. -
Jamestown I to make also WP refer to the I M
High comes from a family active trouble In finding I
r.at volunteers! and the knowlrdsc,::! necessary tkeep
in community service. His for their March of Dimes projects few kinds I of Hardener who likes all plnnls and The .testimonial rnmiiiet prnarnm | NO CONTRACT TO SIGN
Both young people feel that father Is a deacon in the First In their home states, and the relallve'y grows many different kinds' plant will Include n mirprlsp presentation' i
a high scholastic rating is not Presbyterian Church of James- ((2)) both teens pointed to the plant needed for the design In good I Ingly them In seemlnglv hit or mills to Shcitff:: Hill from:; Mm Sheriffs1AswirlnMnn ', ; I CULLIGAN SOFT WATER
only desirable but necessary in town, and a district commissioner fact that the Peace Corps never health He Is probably, the best .
fashion Is Ihls who and l Irsllmi'nlnl" snrwh.r
today's world.I Both feel that for the Boy Scouts of has any trouble in finding vol- I rustompf of the nurseryman, for It gardener 111'1 : RENT: AS POW AS $::1.50 I'FU MONTH
good marks leaderlidded sally has flower In give hv riorleln "fennlc Serrrtnrv Pet
give a teen America Philip first heard of unteers. the upkeep of his garden often requires I
prestige with his peers. the March of Dimes through "Young people today want to si/cable who grow the heistnli'le: Item which l-rtwr: State! Srnnlnr mid! Farmer HOME OWNFD :- SALT DELIVERY
f' "It's terribly old-fashioned his mother, who was active in do something useful, along with i { a replacement of a fills nn neciialnlanep| or friend I (;0'1"11111' ('IIIIIII'Y, t:. .Inlum, nnd CARL AND) Ilt lti,1 (JtrATTI.Kr.AtIM '
l<\ think that the Big Man on the Mothers' March for the forth every effort to do plant, or mihslltiillon of a ditfrrentl I with ric'light and lender mi'innrles, 'I ('Iav, (rniinlv Iti'iiresrnlnlKe: S I .
.r. Campus Is a 'C' student," Judy I March of Dimes during the f justice\\ :to their scholastic I programs 1 plant with more nlllnilv for ,cnm.:: .hosl' garden I III ne\er wllheiiitsrmeMhintt Saunders, 1).i| IMj. ? (j.'f24! 1Shcs MIXON 2fil-tO.'V7:
t and\Philip, said. "More often years the Salk vaccine was being ," the two national March u tag conditions In a pnitlculnr part ..&
.;: than li not iAW'e' :: 'A' student developed and tested. of Dimes volunteers said. "Just of his design Then too he need that con gn Into n flow.T '. Tlii netting; :tiny ul HIP mnfcr.:: ;; '
' who in of the Importance I Currently, Philip plans to Itoon because a teen wears sloppy to replace his low groulng colorful < arrangement All of IH nt onetime ears nil) fcnlnre a dcmnnshalloii'of
" 7'" of community activi > 1o law school after college clothes I sometimes and Is a little nr another have lighted In "Procedures In' HP Used In NH-
." He has tentative plans for a loud other times doesn't I borders over night. Horders filled. visiting!! such n gnule-n. i rIcer Fmrmcneles": / presented hvItif THE COFFEE SHOPHAS
Judy is the daughter of Mr. career In politics "because I mean that he doesn't want to with leggy pnnvir must Immedllatply I (
S A'enilr
A' IT Energy 'amnis.I,
Mrs.. Samuel Meyers of feel that this is an Interesting do something worthwhile. The' [ produce blooming petiiiilas.
[ She became a March ,part. of our present-day life" vast majority of teens want which similarly hi wing out to hot 11 11I Resident's Son Rlem and Kldi'Id.i Km'lour, and !SpnreCumnilHslon
REOPENED
Dimes volunteer several Both young people feel that very much to be good, useful weather color such as callailium nt the iJiivnt ('IIlIlIt,
ago because she wantedIPERSONALS If teens throughout the country cillrens. Holds PositionOf I Sheriff's lirpnrtmrnl pistol rnnue, '
_
such
flowers
-- I and the sun loving a*
low growing marigolds which are I nt HR: T M 1 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
!Mrs. E.: P Wilson Jr. Mrs J. ManagementCharles This will hp fnllnwed hv a Ins*. ,
or course one of quite a few chol.cps. I .
.. .
II. While Jr. and Mrs. J, C. Bennett pilnllly hOllr'lIh kunnvllle ,
Ills garden can run into money II niilledae, Jr". son of
Jr, attended the United Mayor llavdon Hums as host.l I| BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH
unless he has an obscure corner Mrs, F.llicl: II. nmle'elw has rl'.
and Mrs. James Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis !Dnnic'l of !UaiiRhters,:: of the Confederacy llth for Ihe propagation and care ot celved his diploma after suecess.fully I II I A hnrhinip imiinueil 1 hv Shcrlll ,, INC'11IDKS) MEAT, :II VEfJETAIILKS: 85e,
wind HIP div's
Annual reception Sunday after. : : ('niiicin will up I pro- ,
I Jimmy, attended the funeral Jacksonville visited daring the plants for replacement purposes completing I a course' In huxl- HOT! It01,1.4,1'EA: Oil COFPEEAlso .
flaunt at the! Flnl.iv: Musleale Auditorium grain
Irs. Bush's brother, Harry S, weekend with his parents, Mr. and I II In Jacksonville.Frlenels and the limp and willingness to nest miinnKe>nie nl fieim l.nS.ille I '
hen, at Rnckhill. S, C Mr. I MIS James Danlcl, I devote to It. Onnlcnlnfl In contain Exlenslem Unlversllv, n cones Specializing In Short Orders, ." ::
died from Injuries reedy.an of Telford Clnsklll will ers fits In here and there Is much ponde-nec Institution In ('hltagei.He I hill held,
pen mipi'ivlmry pnMllnim AliII'l'lthAI
Mrs W G, Griffin, Jr and Sandwiches of All Kinds and Desserts
In
about It
written nowadays
automobile accident and be sony to hear he has been con. Is n giailunle eif Fe'in.iiiillni ) time, and liaR now bean |ini-j I "
I daughter, !Deana, left by planeWednesday I !den literal lire. It Is fortunate Death high and IIIIH
juried January 23rd. SI'h"1) reeelv- ,
"nr.\ I moled, to brad the F.lrctfimlc Man
fined to the U S. P. II S. III1SI lt. \ |
for their home In Cov. >
of towns
the beauty our cal his BA. from The Citadel In I iinrlurina Kcwmrh irKiinknllcin In OPEN: 'joo: A.M. TO r :Tao:i P.M.
and Mrs, Richard Jones, Mr, InRton, Ga, after spending several al In llaltimore, Maiylaml for eib- I much emphnuls Is bl'lnlplared electrical enginsv'ring! I .
Jdrs. Wilton Davis and Mrs I days witli her parents, Mr, ands| seivotinn., land epJ1l' dl' lun. In a climate with I Sinmvviili', C'.illinnlnIliillcilKc I 21 S. 4lh Street "Phone 2il-.Vtl( : !)
Ho Jeilne-d l 1.I'khl",1 Aircraft ,IH mnrrle'il and\ I Hie
Lotspeich visited Sunday In Mrs. D O Oxlcy. a long eroding season such'asours Corporal, Muriel, (la, In 1'IM! I, father iif 'four rlilldnn, ,
wick Georgia! with Mr Ben a garden cnn become J'inalo.
Mr and Mrs. R J. Trncey have Baptist W.M.U. .r tot7
1
I
'who recently suffered a heart like and frumpy In a surprisingly I
returned tug their hi.me In Miami,
Friends of !Mr. Jones will To Meet MondayThe short lime and the fact that this
I iFla. after visiting for several days
ad to hear his condition IRas was happening to many gardens
with the letter's sister and family, -
satisfactory. I WMU. of the First Bap- brought about the Anon orshlp by I
Mr, and Mrs D O. Oxlcy aadbrother'
list Church will meet February 3 I the garden clubs of landscape de. .
,, W II and W. L. Cason ,
CARD OF THANKS I nt S p.m, In the social hall. The sign schools fur the amateur The d = S7 .
and families In Jacksonville V es 4 b
Sue F.llcr Circle will be In chargeof challenge to (Ms gaidener Is to .
heartfelt thanks In all who .
.
ricd comforting sympathy and Mr. and Mrs. L. F Dl'unl't,:: and arranRements,:: hAll > I have his grounds express Individuality

i In our recent sorrow, Forbcautliul family left Monday to make tlie>lr members are' urged to at. I and persiuiiil 11. tehll."
service floral offer- home In Portland, Oregon afterjspcndiiiil tend this Important meeting. carrying I / out HIP primlplcft of gooddesign (

y and yralcfjlislmiedi either l. kindnesses we are I the weekend with theforma's I Florida, and either southern areas Then l there In HIP Imbbv: gnrdener, O> E l i

) The family of the mother Mis W L, Ilcuit-! which arc semi-tropical, has 67dlireient 'and one has only to look at a Hit 1

lute Mao Parker net and brothers, Winston and I kinds of snakes, records of National! Plant SocUtle to real

Mis. Francis L, Lewis, Mrs, I Glenn Be-ucne't and f.millles. and of Ileiss Allen of Florida's Sliver i tae the ran ',1' of gardening hubhle
Cecil Cowait Mrs, !Doris with the Kilter's sister, Mrs, D 1 OOxlcy I Springs reveal Of these, only one can have. here In Florid:I we
: Ash, Denver J. Parker and family seven are polsemous, Allen sold arc familiar with the Amarvllls, '
-- -_ h __ Camellia, Jllhl rIlS, Orchid, llmie.Hemerocallls. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
and African Violet

t Societies! but there are ethers less
known within our own stale and a
s
host of oilier covering plants more Q
suited to other tuitions of HIP country :

There Is nn American Gourd
DID YOU KNOW?
Rmiciv, nn American Herb Society 1 '
I an AmiTknn' Primrose Smlely,
an American Fern Siciety, on American .
tinny Kotlety, an American I
Fuchsia I'neil'lyIn American Daffodil .
Sculetv., and an American StationSinclair

JT IS UNLAWFUL. I. Itock Garden. Society besides the j
better known one covering Jlml, Service

lilies chrysanthemums, iris, dull-
lint, peonies, cacti etc These socletie .

For Any Person Or Persons To Engage In Business Under A Fictitious and the individual ItuhhicMs ( Formerly (r\llle'n) Sinclair !Hrrvlce !Hint/Inn)
:
who make up their membership
Name Unless The Name Is Registered make a wondirful contribution In
developing and Imiirnvlnu these AND :

plants for our garden They are
constantly working fur and demand.

Read This Florida Law. Ing improved and InfcrcHling( viir.Iclics. .
The field of Rarh'nlnllIf'ed

, its specialists. Omt Service Centere j
It was nolle'Inn the bloom cove-red i
)t"It shall be unlawful for any person! or persons, as! defined herein, to engage, : In lush camellia hushes hinging to

'business/ ns herein defined, under a fictitious! (tame as! herein defined, without and one of our lexnl garden heibbiests, ASSOCIATE STORE
WI'IIII'rhll'h promptrd SOUTH 8th STREET ;
Mr John
"unless! said fictitious! name shall be registered, with the rlerk of the circuit court of thin write-up on types of l/ard1I'1'I.

, the county where the principal place of business! is, which registration! shall consistof As you know, Mr. Weisner feillnw
two plant helihics, ramelllas and
filing/ with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by nil Interested persons, dayhlies. With the many different

stalin under oath the name: of all those Interested in the business! enterprise! the varieties of both of these subject FREE
affording very lung bleionilng sea- s
. extent of the interest of each, and the fictitious name under which said biiHines in sans thi're I Is some-thing of interestIn

., carried on. Said registration may not be made until the person or perwmn desiringto hi. garden fur most of the )'ear'' I

__ __ I ISmoltey
engage In business under a fictitious! name shall hate advertised his or their Intention -

to register/ said fictitious name at least once a week for four ( I) consecutive I LUBE JOBWith =

weeks! in some newspaper as defined by law in the county where said registration
Ass TSAy6
is to be made, and said registration shall nut be accepted by the clerk of the ,
( Purchase of 10 Gallons of Gas) :
: circuit court except upon receiving proof of such publication. I


(January 31 February 2))

If You Are Engaged In Business Under Any Name Other Than .


Your Own, And Have Not Had This Name Properly AdvertisedAnd Say"I We Treat Your Car Just Like It Was Our OwnBuy


Registered, See Your Attorney For All Necessary Information Your Parts At Low Western Auto Prices and Have :


As To What You Should Do. Glenn Install Them Quickly, Expertly and Inexpensively : '


We Will Pick Up Your Car, Service It, and Deliver It Anywhere -

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER

... Within A Five Mile Radius. At to Extra Cost

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Six News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday January SO 1D54 .y
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i .200000000 000 ooooo ooooo ItOOOOOOOOOO Ot tier register was recovered. Later tiland. Instant to effect tier capture I
thought best to first sand tin I,
on in the day the Roebuck cap The following Florida men are
!
I tured another British vessel, the appointed assistant surgeons by Russell In the daytime with t h"

sloop MirY, also about a mile Inside order of the Confederate War 'men to the mainland, to atcertu ,
FLORIDA\! Jupiter Inlet attempting to |Department: William Bellinger. If possible the exact position q i
THE SOUTH..Pulpwood Capital of the World run out. Her cargo consist of Richard II Randolph, James E. the vessel, fearing that unit-.

thirty-one bale of cotton, and I 1 Hines John C. Felot, and Henley this precaution were taken M"
A HUNDRED1 TEARS AGO there la a crew of five men and S. Butler. moon being quite bright, the i "
five passengers aboard. One pae- Washington Informs Major tore in their search might be d'

senger, L. Ohlmans, has 5R8T/; In General Gillmore that his request covered and the schooner filed I

EJtteJ lj SAMUEL PIOCTOItoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Southern bank bills and J55B in I Ifor I colored regiments cannot be Instructed Mr. Russell that after.,
his It that ascertaining! her position he shot" d
gold on person. seems filled: "The wants of the Department -
he was going aboard to purchase of the Gulf are much return if possible before dark 'to
machinery Intending to start a than a pait take command of the first cutter" ,
more pressing yours
woolen factory In the South. An.I of the colored regiments have and In conjunction with Mr, En -

Published by Caroline today as It was attemptIng I other passenger has (117 In gold been sent there. In regard to on was to make a signal from the
FLORIDLIBR.RY AND to run the blockade Into Jupiter and silver on his person I your proposed operation In Florida beach from which the first cutto

HISTORICAL COMMISSIONCIVIL Inlet. The Caroline's cargo January 20 The captured the Secretary replied that was to take him. In accoidim
WAR CENTENNIAL consists of fifty sacks of salt, I British sloop Mary, enroute to the matter has been left entirelyto with my orders, Mr. Eason ana
COMMITTEE four cases of gin, a half bal'relK"d" Key West with a prize crew is I your judgment and discretion I the two boats left the ship at dUll,
208 Valencia Avenue, and a box of diy goods taking on quantities of water. I I with the means at your command. and proceded to stations act, ,',1
Coral Gables 34, Florida The U. S. S. Stars and Stripes There Is fear that she cannot be As the object of the expeditionhas upon, where they awaited ;
University of FloridaJanuul' Is Im- I night for Mr. Russell and return.\
tonight captured the British saved. not been explained it
blockade' runner Laura off the The New York' Ileiald carriesa poulbl,. to judge here of its ad- ed to the ship this morning I
14 General GillmoreInforma entertain .
) ,' then began to atria, .
Geneial Oiklocknonte River after a chaseof full account of the Federal expedition vantages or practicability. IfI\ in
Ilallitk of his fears that Mr, Russell had I.l .. n
for
decision almost seven hours The Laura along St. Andrews BayIn expected to give an outlet
to the Ihol'eut
occupy went taken prisoner. About ten o''II'I'am. ]
the St. Johns River, caroled a cargo of cigars, whiskey December, 1803, resulting In I cotton, or open a favorable field the schooner appeared ?
...... ,. and assorted merchandise. the destruction of a large number for the enlistment of colored the 'nsight
down
United States Secretary of coming bay, lli,
The captain and fifteen of the of Confederate salt works. troops, the advantages may be
War Stanton hat ordered his mil the Russell with two men had ,'f.
crew manaired to capture. sufficient to Justify expenseIn
Itary command In the South. escape January 21 Major General But simply fected her capture. He repo, u
Counties sharing in Pulpwood purchases during 1962 em departments, Including the 'II is believed that the I.aura washeaded Gillmore acknowledges PresidentLincoln's money and troops. I attlll'hvel' that while reconnoitering he found
operations
at first for the Suwannee as military
.. ..- Department of the Gulf, to seize I letter of January 13, and to such expeditions two men In a yawl on the shm".
little
River, but unable to unload her ) importance
the property of disloyal Mctho assures him that "the matter If successful they whom he captured, and who 1 pi 1 ned .
dill and cargo there she was planning to therein referred to will receivemy : be of her .
Baptist cbuiches. Them I in garrisons to pait-owner colt '
abaci troops
run the blockade somewhere In merely our
"dlHloyal' thuidies will be 1IueNIunder hearty support. There will not but 'and the other, one of her area
the pieces,
ATLANTA, GA.-PuIpwood, the raw material of the pulp and paper industry, was harvested loyal bishop and )pantoit'In the vicinity. of the OcklocknoneeRiver be an hour's delay after the Major I have little to occupy or no influence upon From these he learned that 'ih<-

in 90 per cent of the South/a counties during 1962. On the accompanying map, a confidential! letter to I"iou- (Hay) Is ready What I I the to the war." captain, mate, and another of life)..
pro. progress
January II) Brigadier Genet do for Florida will
to render
.
pared by the Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association tennnt General L Polk, General purpose crew were on shore spying ",'l,
Atlanta the blacked-out comniiindcM'of
area it for to be I January K: The
me
Patton Anderson of Florida gives al Woodbury has returned to necessary the position of the bark pnpa i-
.Covers those counties which shared in supplying $500 million worth of wood to the South'i his opinion of the proposal mad Key West aboard the Honduras there in person to Inauguiate the the USS Honeysuckle today tory to running out. Keeping\ the

pulp and paper mills. Pointing out that this indicates the extent of the pulp and paper I few days ago by Major Central after having established a Federal work. I have every confidence In claims that his vessel wee dist"in two already captured with him

industry' Importance to commurutiea throughout the region, SI'CA General Manager I I'. R Cleburne to emancipate the military post at Fort Myers. I the success of the enterprise pursuit and within hailing schooner he found and captured the other

H.J Malsberger aaid also that the South produced 60 per cent of the nation' total harvest slaves and put "muskets In the Admiral Bailey, In a report to January 22 U. S. Secretaryof ance of the English captured by three. From them he learned :lie

Df pulpwood in 1962. "Production in this region," he added, "was greater than that of any hands of all of them capable ol Washington, says that Woodbury's War Stanton questions the advantages the Susan U.when S, bark she Roebuck was on Jan position of the schooner and iktermincd '
bearing arms." Anderson says "expectation of receiving recruits of a military campaign to take her. He loin-
single foreign of of "
,country or any area comparable size in the world. 11th off the Jupiter Inlet
that "This plain but, In my view,, for the refugee rangers from the Into Florida He says, however, uary share of pelled his prisoners to row him.
claims
monstrous proportion was calm )surrounding country has not been that If the campaign will give an lighthouse He a self and men to the schooner, of
ly submitted to the (rrneiaU "' I justified." In fact, during the outlet for cotton and aid in the the prize. : which he took possession On
I THE THREAT OF OMMUNISM1flY this army fur their sanction and I month I that this fort has been In enlistment of Negro troops he Acting Master W R. Boone of board he found two more of her

FOLLOW: THRU adoption, with the purpose ol I I existence not only was there no"excession will leave the matter entirely to I the U. S. bark heatless reportsthe crew. Seeing two young negroes in
carrying It to thu rank and file to their i forte, but six I the discretion of General GUI- capture today of the schooner a boat, who were the sons of nn
JOHN T. BARNES victory, So rapidly, In fact, and I I will not attempt to describe my lor those already enlisted de- more, Commander Sherrill of the I, William A. Kain and cargo under old Negro pilot nearby named
(Third of Series) so visibly, that a different kind feelings on being confronted by eerted to the enemy and com U. S. bark Roebuck reports the I "I Ma/allna, he sent them for their
a of problem now loomed ever a project so startling\ its character bined with them to attack our If the prize sloop Mary while the following circumstances: father, who soon came off, Mr
tea's.je Having completed the firs larger before them. That was the may I say so revolting men." Bailey says that there Is enroute to Key West: "About a had for several weeks been aware I Russell then got under way and,
step of the three step plan laid! problem of keeping the remaining to Southern Sentiment, Southern still hope "of rousing the countryto half hour after sailing the officerIn that a schooner loaded with cot. with the assistance of the Negro
down by Lenin. free world and especially (I'ridc, and Southern Honor I violent opposition against the charge discovered that she was ton was lying in Bear Creek several pilot, brought the schooner out of
Next was Asia And there Is the American people from becoming If this thing in once openly 'pro.posed burden and oppression of rebel taking in water' very feat and Im- miles up the bay. I had several I the bayou into East Bay whore,
one thing, among many, for which) aware of how fast and to the Army the total ;din-; I rule," but It will "require the mediately turned back, but aha times attempted to capture for want of wind he was impelled .
you have to give the Communist how surely the Communist were integration of that Army will follow support of a much larger force" loon filled becoming unmanage her, but the creek was long, narrow to anchor until this mom-
credit. While they are workingon taking over the rest of the pla in a fortnight. Concluding : than he can possibly spar from able. Seeing the impossibility of and crooked and the chan:I' InK, when he again got underway

a particular task, and no mat- netFor his letter, Anderson says that he his numbers at Key West. Ha estimates fetching this ship, the officer let nels Intricate, and I had been unable I and came to the ship. The \\ il-
ter how difficult it may be, they) this and other highly advantageous plans to "start in a few days to that It would take "from go both anchors but the cable of to accomplish her capture.I I ham A. Kahn was loaded with
ttl ? never cease looking ahead or pre reasons, the new regime my home in Monticello, Florida" 3,000 to 5,000 men embarked In one parting, drifting rapidly toward Within the past week the schooner fifty-seven bales of cotton and
paring for the tasks that are to in the Kremlin called a halt where I expect to spend twenty steamers of light draft. to Insure the beach, wind blowing on had come out of the creek and i I 2,623 pounds of tobacco bound to

"*W WILLIE MATTSONOn follow. Although they were full/, to the establishment of formal days with my family." The U. S. to us the possession of the a strong breeze. When a launch I was down In Watson's bayou,)I Havana. Upon the person of Henry
adjusted to tne importance ol satellites, and began to extend Its bark Roebuck forced the British whole peninsula" reached the sloop she was near there. to watch for an opportunityto I
. :Tuesday the members of taking Eastern Europe first, power through so-culled "neutral sloop Young Racer, laden with The US. bark Roebuck today the breakers. The people were all run the blockade, Being Informed McCauley was found '10WO
Die fernandlna Beach Women's neveuhelais they began their in. ist" countries These neutralist salt, to run ashore about fifteen captured the British schooner taken off. The sloop went well up of this fact I determined',:I'In Confederate bonds One of the

Coif"Association held their reg. nitration and work in Asia, eape< nations pose as independent, but miles north of Jupiter Inlet whereIt Eliza with fourteen bales of cot- on the beach, bursting out her to send Acting Ensign James J. men captured by Russell Is An.

)JllAT, weekly get-together and en. daily in China, almost before the the governments are, in one wayor was destroyed.; ton about a mile Inside of Jupiter sides and raising the deck The I Russell and Acting Ensign Henry i drew C. Jordan, a Confederatearmy

eyed a "throw-out' tournament blood of the U17 revolution had another, largely controlled bi' January 16 Confederate Inlet, as she was attempting to cotton was nearly all saved." Eason In command of the fired J i I deserter, who has now enlisted
HaiWcapi! were 'used for the Moscow. The difference between Sherrill also reports and second cutters, armed
. grown cold In the streets ot Mos General Beaurrgurd arrived todayIn run out Into the ocean. Her pap Commander '

competition and each player was cow. these dependencies, and true satellites Savannah, Activities of the .ers were thrown overboard_. but eighty-six refugees on shore. at._ manned. ... on. ..the -night- -of---the -22nd. I .- In..the---Union---navy.----
-- --- -- -
$ -- -- -
llowed to throw out their three Czechoslovakia -- -- -- -
Of course we cannot take time such as or Federal fleet In recent days li ----- ----
Worst holei. East Germany or Yugoslaviais -
. here to go Into the ruses, plum, arousing apprehension that a new
Winner of the tourney was deceptions, betrayals, and epic more one form, for the sate of offensive U being contemplated
nlrley Shave. In second expediency, than it Is one of degreo .
place cruelties by which the Communlats .. Possibly this action might be directed
was Jean Hooper and third was eventually were tible to mak For In either case the peo against Florida, Biaur.

lara AllanSecond, their power increasingly> felt I Ir; 'pie Communism may. I be bitterly opposed\ to< gard believes l

Asia It took them a long time This afternoon Acting Mantel
Not,, until they had 'the full help: You might question how 01 W. R. Browne, U. S, bark Restless .
Civil of our government, complete!;)', earth can Indonesia now be within off St Andrew's Bay noted

misled by Communist Influence,, the Communist block, when elgh someone on shore, either a refugee -
(Continued from Page One) both during World War U and< ty percent of the Indonesians are or contraband, trying to An Investment
immeaiaieiy after that war, were attract his attention with a flan
Tense nd Ihe Nassau County Sher. devout Moslems, who hate Communism
the Communists successful In of truce. He dispatched a boat
iff'i parlment. As soon as the Asa, on any suable scale or In with ervery fibre ol and brought the man aboard who .

fsdiolojlcal monitoring classei are any formal manilesUtions. But their being But eighty percentof represented himself as "a good I.: In AdvertisingIn

completed, classes will be conducted these successes then came thick the people of Poland are devout Union man having business with

in communications, map and fast Here Is their sequence, Catholics, who also hate Communism me on behalf of good Union men ,
reading and use of firearms V-J Day was August IS, 1946.Beiure with beat of theirhearts. of Marianne" lie made the following
every
I even that month of August statement: "Theie Is a
"It Ii
strongly urged that we
And nobodwill deny the
was over, Stalin' troops oi. schooner of sixty tons burden The
have a maximum attendance" for upied all of bukalm aim thu + Communist status of roland Of named the Kahn lying at Bear
the scheduled classes, said Walter I
tunla Inlands thus pointing course the people In Indonesia Creek, North Bay, about twenty
J. Preston Jr. Director Nassau
-
County Civil Defense. two guns permanently at Japan I I hate Communism, but so do those miles from here and partly loaded
by our specific permission. In 1 with cotton; that the will carry
Iin East Germany And those in
October. 11145, Stalin henchmen about 120 bales; that he, George NewsLeaderIs
Are you one of the thousands of set up their "i'eople's Ucpublic" I Indonesia are being held in line W. Muslin, was the agent In this

young ladles who married last I n Mongolia In 1U48, they set up Iin support of Communist plans, mission for four Union men of
summer? la the honeymoon over their govein merit in Noith Korea and gradually brought under a Marianna, named John T, MyiUk,
now and have you returned to your !In October, 11)48) btalln'i I Communist police state rule, despite Alderman, Moor,, and Burnett
Job> I 11 jo, its Important that your
troops took over Munchuiia. their futile and sometimessuicidal one or two of whom own part of
correct name be shown on your All of this time, with Moscow's opposition, just as surelyas the cotton on b. aid the vessel.
lotiul tcturlty card, Make sure help to Mao Tsetung exerted primarily were the people of Poland or All had deUrnnnud to get away
that what you pay into social security of before them Southern Government,
through its influence over llungaiy from the
lets on your' record our government, Mao and the Now I know that plenty of If possible, except Burnett, whose An Investment

Chinese Communists were iruanng I writers, commentators, and officials i- domestic affairs compelled him .
tu their opposition in more and I will tell you that Nehru I is to remain. Myrick also wished to
DOZIER&GAYPAINT more of China. For a whim Maos nut a Communist but a "dynamic pay for some (goods purchased In
homes had been givcm by Mos- neutralist," and that Nassar Is New York just before the war. As
cow all vt the tremendous. stockpiles I nut a Communist but an "Arab I the only way to accomplish these In The ProgressOf
vf Japanese arms in MUMcnuria nationalist" But the bellwethers objects they pruposid to buy with
our government picvent- of all such opinion molders are, Confederate money the vessel and
'Best For The South'CHECK I ed! Chiang lilubek'. troops from by and large, the same people who some cotton they could procureto
getting even ammunition tor the Insisted twenty years ago that complete the cargo, together
-0-- guns tney; did have, by an mbai* Mao Tse-tung was not a Communist with I remaining Interest In that Fernandina Beach
OUR I go declared by General Ovoigetiiaiaiiail. but an "agarian rotor I already on board, and bring the

PRICESSMell's I Marshall even boasted mei," and 10 years' ago that Ach- I vessel and cargo' to this place I ,
that he had disarmed thu,t-nine med feukmno was not a Communist Maslin, who desired to leave, act
-0-- I of Chiang's: divisions with a stiokuot I but was the George Washington ing as captain\ and, if possible, I
his pen which he had, And of Indonesia The widespread obtain permission to proceed And Nassau County
Grocery so, by 1U50, Sulin'S agents hud acceptance of any of : to PensaeoU or Key' \\cst, where,
completed their conquest of the these views is, in my opinion, on \proof of then In,'ally, they
211 ATLANTIC A"E. whole mainland of China: merely mute pioof' of the successof hoped to be allowed to sell their

PHONE: 2fil-9m( : : In May, 1UC1, Moscow invud- Communist |'no|'imnndu.! For if ve.KI'llind| eaino.m' if lefus-
los I sewed Tilitt. In the I UIII IIlCI' you mil study the liCe and actions led such permission, to lund their *
of 11)5.1 Moscow ugcMits inipowd I of ouch man,, cm fully and HIITO on the Inland here and
I will find that the 'await iictur.\ Tine four men
Korea :objectively lOU your
on us, in a true no shamelul -
'evidence in suppuit' of his being are known by nftiufc-s) here to be
in both the of thu
,
pioctduics The News-Leader The
I, ntRutmtiona as well as the substance I Ia tool of the Kremlin becomes> I true and loyal men Captain Mas1m Is Strongest: Moving Force For Pro-

of the truce, as to be. in- quite oveivheliiiinif, says he it an Lin.li-.hman:
fw neuiblu in the light cif past Am- : And these dependencies In Asia I who has been in this country
i oilcan history. Due I'c.ult11.. to whew the luleislup already belongs twelve years' residing mint of gress In The Area It Serves
in that time in Keyent\ and has
'bliengthtn the 1\1'1'IIIhll grasp dtf facto, in whole or
I and use of "Nortn Kuica. In Uwsuinmtr large putt to Moscow, are Indonesia tukcn out his that papers of nutuialuation. .
I of'!'Uo4 Ha thi Minn: and llinmu India, Ceylon, Afghanistan SS Nile on board he
Cnou Kit.lui and other tools uf Syria, probably South took the oath uf allegiance *
I thu Kicnilm took over the better Vietnam, and now Iraq and Lebanon January 18 tccluul Admhal :

half of Induthinu That completesthu Actually, the anti-Cum- Bailey notifies Lt. C, H. Rockwell I
COVCIUK of all those pans ol mimist position. Is crumbling rea- US.S Gem: of the Sea, that
Asia whicn are formal satellites pidly, everywhere in Asia. But I he has read reports of the "little SUBSCRIBE TO AND ADVERTISE REGULARLY IN THE
today Huw much foithe, metiiacKout let's consider just those countries affair in the :M/aita River," which I
.... would have cxUnued by I we have named. When then are occurred lust month between "the
PIJY" now, but fur a change in the I added to the actual satellites I officers and men under your command ,
IS
"H HAPPY TO I Kiemlm's method of establishing I China, North Knew I'olth1et.- I I on the one side and the

BE IN FERNANDINA Ilu control, them, Is no way t>i I num, and all of Itusmu in Asia I doubly perjured tisitors on the 3rTernantona3B each Ne\ s-t
B&ICH AND WILL SOON telling But that brings us to another and if you will look at a map ofAsia other Although the skirmish was eaher
part of the stiuy, with all of these countries I unimportant either in numbers or
HAVE HIS FIRST lilKTIIDAY.
I For bj this time Stalin was I properly shaded I. I think you will in results, yet I the vigilance, skill 511 Ash Street Phones 261.3686 &
I dead MulcMikov and hill asuociutes agree with me regarding the land I biavviy displayed|' by your 261.3687
''or milronlimttes bud inude' dim luinmiiniiiU' pingtess, It is that ,officers and nun line sine BIOmise -
I ,BSLIEVE YOU UILI that tile Kicmlm wu in Just UK they love nlitMidy gone three- of biilliunt. vittoiy whenever

BE "'HAPI'Y" WITH OUR Lira control of woildwule Communism I fourths cif tiltla)' towuids the occasion shall offer. mid I would

SERVICE. as ever Stalin hud been; completion of the Il'cl>lId It.III\ desne you to' cnnvt" to them .l
and the whule tonspluitiotml appuiatui '- their thi' c-mit| !piogmm, I my coinincMidtiticm, fur( their con

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N\UH-Lemkr, Polo undjnta Beach rioiula Thursday( January :SO, 1961 Faire Seven
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Pirates Upset Favored Hilliard program/ during the period Feb, -W

LeagueBY Wrestling Matches Set through/ "March 27. In the mcdh-
time, AS'S County (III lie stalls

HENRI fills: l\lll answer any ciiientliiiis (rnueni
Joe Thrill with 21 points and first half ended wllh the Pirates I sun and Tommy Wade leading Mil. mil\' have ""
"' 'k
of 1.22
Richard Sapp wllh 19 led the Fernandina ahead 3621Fernundlna, hard with 9 points apiece. Jimmy Tinunrnir
who diverts as
man
Told
Beach Pirates to a 79.60 I outscored Hilliard 18. I Cunnir came through with 7 [lorI Here For Friday Night dlvl'rl-j:
: Green Cove Edges Team Standing VM I. Pins acres us he shuns up lo
laskclbull victory last Friday night 14 In the third period II Ronnie I the Flashes. Iran
rrls & Payne til 20 pt'rcenl I of his tuna a
al the local gym The loss was the Sapp scored 10 points for the PIrate BOX SCORE: .
Body Shop 44 :28 4\1711\ total Iri'il xi urn hose and ear.rut's
second of the for the HII- and Thrift scored 8. Howard 'nnandlna fg n pta 51-50 ,
season Pirates In No 4 41< 11 tlll11! Tin ti will he "rei tlmg nl Hit111nuniliiin out usher provisions of lilt!
'
did the best the Rich 6 7 19 i.I '
yard Red Flashei who now ha\e a scoring during Sapp Ikiuh llnrraimn (1'11.
!
Beach Bar 3a'r SPa)' 4't.nMIIH4 III"'III'IIIU11I' earn a payment tutmri.iue
record of 12.2 for the Reason eight! minutes far Hilliard with II Cook tir rrilllIII hl .n the .trmrluin
: : :::1'Conference GameThe KA C. 31''. 40'':, diversion and will become
( The Pirates played by far, thebest points Ron, Sapp hidden 1 Lanes 31 41 I 49'514!" 141,1111: IIMIIM HIHUIHOIS" Dialling h..I'I'11I'11I..n illtilhle for I the feed grain priceKiiiii1 :
of and Itcouldn Norval Conner scored 10 Thrift 8 5 21 tool vl.iiHlllul "-.
| game the Mason points Bilker's Drugs 10 42 471.17 | | loon and pavmint Sum
: 't have come at a better In the final quarter to lead the Steger 2 0 4 Given Cove SpnniM Blue High Team 1.damn an. it l.iilit: \('lilit! (lump. I the p.iMiienlsaiy by crop. (Tieiliviikiim
time as far as Feinandlna Is concerned Flashes to a 25-2J scoring period, Jj'ekt'lt 2 0 4 Devils upset the Pirates In nil No.4 :21177hItcker's w loiisliip. Milili\ Hie hpadllnp altiac\ payment. will be baslulnn .
Fernandina jumped out topa Richard Sapp cored 10 and Cook Alvarez 0 0 0 overtime basketball ganu Tllt.'Rday Drugs 221,15:! .... lion will pit' Mulit Knv. .\nwl'II'UII1.luhtlclllh' lie i kind of crop acreage its
early lead which I they never relinqiilshtd 8 to lead the Pirates during the Sehomal 0 0 0 night 51-50 It was a t tvpiuil GirinCuc Beach Bar :27"r/ I tlianipiini/ amimHt a xiilul, the* price.mipport pnymujl
and the Flashes final Nobles 0 0 0 .Krrnandlna clash with I the mu sin in the \vrcsllinii wiililThe .
kept| on period high Ind -r.uines will !H> luimd on the I kind of, lent
'''dcltnse all night Fernandlna scored on 23 of 3.1 Totals 211 23 79 Pirates Koing ahead l halo In: tin Hill Walker >" Miskeil ll.illvm.od Ililllilllvttioslhiw ." grain .planted 1, ,\ higher rale 'of
Richard Sapp, enjoying his best free shut while llllllard scored on Ililliurd ',6'fg' n pl. game, but then lost out before tie John, Hainlak 147 I'romi.ier Jlu'k1'11.- iliviriion paxmenl will apply here
'scoring night of the season scored 12 of 22 from the charity line Copps 2 3 7 final Mhlsllc of the overtone per. Ruddy, rider till. ) Inijlon: and liunim lllman Comm more than the minimum: percent'

the first five points of the game Following Richard Sapp and Joe Creu ."' d 1 2 3 13Higginbotham 4Iladdl'k loci, High, Team dune I. ,inilcr\ of A nll'I'I linn Ltglnn/ fast (.if the I base Is divirlul .;

!I'j'I jfor the Pirates Glen Howard scor. Thrift In scoring came Mike Cook 2 2 6 Green Cine took a 13.10 hud and :Mo. 4 116:11Iludden : ,. *>4, annniiniiil thin set'k that lluvh.ne The auoaite diverted from pro.
.jed a field goal for Fernandlna wllh with 16 and Ronnie Sapp with 15, West 0 I 11108rd stayed In almost even hernia In Lams liHIl" I \ spumled 1 to iniiin "icqnesli' iluc'linn ol I lie find grains IH to bit
\!2 minutes to go In the opening Ted Stcger added I 4 and Steve Bee 6 I 13 the second period by scoring 12 Beach Bar Mil: mid have" scheduled' ti i nmntili: tiuit 'lolt'd| in nn approved CIIHSCIVHJ
period to knot the score al 10.10. kelt came through with 4 for Fer. N. Conner 7 0 14 points while the Pirate attired 14 high Ind. Game grin{ out\ ol ililliieiu" Ixlveentwo linn me mid' 1 thin lureane: In In ud.
< but Joe Thrift scored twice from nandlna T COlllwr 0 0 0 The halfllmc whistle Cuund I lietore John H.irnliik 2'iD24H r wKstUiK in a limit line Inunh dllinii to llu COIIM'rvallon.use boiMiainaie
; the field and Sieve Beckett once 25.24 with the Blue Devils ,J 111111,11'\' -
I Paul Haddock scored 15 to had Davil 0 0 0 Bill Walker i tar the firm,,
in the final two minutes to give HIlliard In scoring while Norval; Tolall 24 12 60Fernandina UadiiiK Junininnm' 227 llu hiiulM I' hnllU' ,will I pit \'oiinuC.orM'iMi I'a) n'nll, will aveinge hl':hue

Fernandina a 16.10 first quarter Conner scored 14 Glen Howard 16 20 18 23 79 The Pirate came out after In.lirmisslun High Sl'I'at1111"' \ luUdkir 1 \ : : Dean: 'i I', III[ Moll' scud, Ihlseiir/ mid the maximum dlxer
(feud. scored 13 and Gary Copps scored ]HIlliard/ 10 11 14 25 60 and scored I 13 pointsululr Iladdin 5":1: .. J'i Calif .. ,lln'l Hnliliv Hours Hog inii IH hiuhir A mu PI'II\'I>IIIII'(In
Mike Cook and Remote Sapp 7 to share In the leading scorers Green Cove suni'il only R. Bill. Walker; 577 im Is lulliil in tin' :Nil" I conlitiiliiIm the. I I'D,4 program" limits the divn
scored from the field early in the for the Flashes but Green Cove came bask In the John Burnish "mi i \ .01 J'\\ tin l'' s, Junior, 111"1\)'III'llIhl slue JlU} 1I1t'1I1 to no more thus 70pi -

second stanza to Increase the lead In the preliminary game the Fer. BowlerettesBY final period lo store 17 and linld Juhn Unkell 914: 4t'IOLET \\J'.11I111I'hlll1I'WII'IIII"| | > | :mill ImiN '1'1'1'111 of the fair market value or(
| to 20.12 as Paul Haddock scored nandlna B team edged the Milliard the Pirate to 11 and knot the ,ore. Ruddy Gilder 525 (Iron Mi.inn' tinlanil. dixirtid In 14UQVOKTQONS.

I the only early goal for Hilliard. B team 43.40, In a clone contest ASGIE DREW 48 48, al the! end of the regular Duiiald Roberts 51H \\liiiluilt\ up the |program. will ln
I i The score In the game continued < Barry Rice scored 13 points and 1.28-64 game. a Tim 11I1111'11. T'II.I'llt' will be a
1 about the same difference through. |Hank Bailey 13 to lead the young Total Konnle SIIPP scored a field glad \ IH-.I |Iwo out of I Ilutr' lulU,
J out the second quarter and the Pirates In scoring with Mike All). W L Fins for the Pirates In the overtime Classic A l.iiki' ironil nf.. linal wrestling V DC UNO t Ml WHIIAMS
------ ----- Redrtv Kilowatt 33 21 43.104lluddtn : period vhilc Jay Goolshv) siurid a finis IK IXIMltld tl Ullll OUt ill
Lanes 2R 29 4JI61 Held gnat for the! Blue Devils, rvin IIIIKII iiiinilmn. tam; t,I. the
J Beach Bur 26 28 41800: however Ilinry Menders cashed Bowling LeagueBY au\' ,1.iniiiirv/ mull'Ins Pickets ore 511 I j-: a.'
Land & Williams 23 31 43245 In on a free throw to give Ills team HUN lor; clillihin. lit SIll for adult
High/ Team, 3-Games a 51-50 Keystone Conference victory IIENKt IIIIS! e anil 6130 I :; liu ringside' 0 t
,, Week .nl l3 ,
Ruddy Kilowatt 2M>4 I'lmiedi nf. Ill,' nuililus. will gn
0o (iAJMove Land & Williams 2514 Mike Conk was the bin point- Tot ill lu the, liuion building fund: It eIs
Beach 2493 maker for the Pirate with 22. Team Standings W L ('Ins'No t
Bar 0: --- ------
3 Glinns SlmUiir 31 12 2(11117!
while Ronnie scored 16 Joe :(
Hltth Ind 3-Games W-hcp Sapp ''
Velma lodge 598 Thrift scored 6. Richard Sapp 4. No. 4 lladdcn I.nnrs 21: 22 :llimi'lo !! County Chairman
\ 2 B&H Enterprises I'l! 20 1>KHOo a
Marsha Hoose 581 and Steve Beckett 2, to round out
573 the for Fernandina \ 1 Western Auto 15 JO I'lill!
A Dot Odom scoring
into High Team Game Meadcri scored 17 to lend Groin High Team 1.Games ASCS Says Grain

-1 Reddy Kilowatt 922 COIn scoring with GooUbv. and lladilcn Lanes r;0"> ,aJ
Beach Bar 886 Dan Parker scoring 10 apiete. Gltim Sinclair Him. Program Voluntary ;
that long Madden Lanes 881 In the preliminary game the rer.nandina Western Auto 1.63!
High Ind Came B team edged the Blue High Ind 3-dumrs
Velma Hodge 184 Devil B team. 32.27 as Barry Rice Archie Smith ,75 Puillilpiilliin' III I lie I'M! fel') "..- to"I

W awaitedhome Carolyn Rowland 181VI scored 9 points to lead the team, Billy Joyce . . . 511: groin i pinurnm will be' (entlrrlv Vul ,
hqe
o Surlano 173 Hank Baliey scored 6, Beryl Rice Roger Madden 512 iinliiM, 'im In earlier veiin/ HP wan cal,badrsdng.
yaw
Bevllle 4. High, Tram dame vending ti> Diulll" ("innir' tlinlr, game
of Wlnl I Smith, picked up 3.10 5, Mike Conner 4 Steve / =
Split Harry Mills 1, Dickie Fox 1. John II idd('n 1.anes . 554 I man/ Aiiiii.illinal Sublll/nllin and
Velma Hodge, picked up 3-10 Welsnvr 1 1. and Price Poolc 1. I Glenn Sim'lair . WV ('OHM'mil hm (oiinlv ('iminlllieOnlv
your own! I Failey scored 10 to lead Green \'<" 11'1'11ul" ,, 4M> those Kiimirs who lake punt|'
SplitMary In thl' however,, will be
Jane Wilson picked UP' Cove, High, Ind Game I |prcgrum:
i Your dream of a home of your own can come gloriously MO Split Friday night/ the Fernandlna Archie Smith 221 iliuililr for prix|' 1I1 1"1 on tin

true NOW! A low-cost Home Loan from usI Marsha Hoobc picked up 3.7.10 Beach Pliates will entertain the Ulllv Joue IIU (HIMc lull Niche t'III'Ihlll.It'y, tutu FLORIDA'S OLDEST
Split Tutee Hornets at home, In Ihe Huger 11111; <111 IIU v grim Miri.liiiiii' AND MOST HISTORIC
takes care of. the financing. Terms arranged to Velma Hodge, picked up 2.1.10 final name of the scattun for the High/ Scratch Kim liraithle I'roiliiiriH( mi finiH wliiih gievint r
suit your income! Split Pirates, \ Smith 221-571: nf tin'HI"* mains In rilher959/ :;) ,
I Winnie Melton, lid Haddcn Billy Joyce IH4--511 I or l0! or In bulk years{,. will haw
I tones with 4 strikes \in a row, BOX SCORE; Roger ILiilden 1H2.512 BOIIUY ltKtltS the! oipoiliiiilty| ti) sign up In the
I Fernandina Ftt ft pis.Rle .
Fernandina Federal
Rah, for Winnie rJ
Sapp 1 2 41
Any members of the Bimleret.tes \ .
Cook 8 6 221: .
Is Interested In bowlingIn
who
& Loan Assn. Ron Sapp 7 2 16
j Savings the Annual City tournament 2 2' 6'Ret'kctt
league which I I. held In Jacksonville Thrift

, 202 'Atlo ntic 'Avenue starting! the week of March 0 I 0 0 0 2 who
14, please have ft'1.1n\ Feb 3 Sehomal I Report to people are
I Next bowling nite). Totals 19 12 :50;

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Green CoveParker I IGoolsby
: 4 2 10(

,[ FERNANDINA BEACH headers 5 6 0 7 10 17 ,''

I lIodlle Rivers 3 3 (0 I 6 7 going to buy a new car

> Elchm'n 0 1 1
"JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN
51
Totals 20 11
> \ ;' 'crnondlna 101413 II 2 50
l BEACHES" Green Cove 1312 6 17 3 51
in the next 60 days :

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PIT 281.3711 Developing & Printing bum .|>iiul, Uiliilf thaI should Mont automotive engineer/ will port FoH raring pniKrain htu play..d in the ran be found at your Ford Dealer( il!Stop in
Feb. 1 jn'l Miersports
Night 261-5338 Saturday, Kodak Film rule mil ni which football there i. cone the track is one of their mOlt ) development of total [x-rformiinff, "Ralli...., and tent-drive, a 64 Ford Fairlane, Falconor

10:48: am. 4:46: am. Photo SuppliesMnvle"Colored iiilcrublc, rink of lidik injury)', labors tones, endurance rum and, ruling;; cannot be Thunderbird See for youmelf why Ford

11:18: pm. 5:13: p.m. & Regular Congenital; (birth. ') dried nf For example, trick duplicated) by any other form of "tenting," earned the title "Car of the Year".
WISE. the fc|uie that dun t cause" oliVIOUM -
BE Wedding to the following the
charges in !
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Sunday Feb 2 viHililc, UK'!' often aren'trecogitiie
Portraits by Appointment Only > "Porcelainize"LASTS 11JO: am. 5:32: a.m. Studio At 504 Ash St. the (buy or girl;' bciimiirii' uitive improved valve train stronger WINNING POINTS SCOIEO IN 1963 NASCAMANCTIONEO (OYPETmOML
5:57: in athletics, |pain ni the back or rod and bolts
pm. Phone 261-4586 "|>IMII of the back muscles may port'I of w w sic w w oa w w uve
Su 'h I
< improvement
ai'l'car. for the first time FCA1rosR4c
3 OR 4 TIMES Monday Feb. 3
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Coaches and, trainers, a* well Ford's winning track record
LONGER THAN 12:02: : : am. 6:20: am. Rowland'sUPHOLSTERY ai team .physicians, can help by total pjrforrnaricj 10 PtMroomtstYSmrl '
ORDINARY\ JOB beniK wary of the athlete win L
tinning:
12:12: p.m. 6:41: pm. tcriiii. to he having conlinual or everyday
recurring ba k pouts' even if the rotiefcwsrws
LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesday, Feb. 4 NEW no C.0\'FRINO VOITFpn: OR REPAIR paint' aen't lmx. The only Ford Dealers offer wide I ITh.
scrinI; clinmik
CO. 12:48: 7:10: am. TO VOI'KURNiri way to prevent
arm
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12:56: p.m. 7:27: p.m. athletes i is by ruii'lly
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S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 NEW HF/IT f'OV.RI; cxclulniK. tlu.e 1 whit! have mr- And beiaime' of
Wednesday, Feb 5 FOR AUTO VOIR \luaus, birth defect. ,( the (pine jour Ford [Dealer aim has an l' Why Ford Dealer Declare 64
8rnnr'pnru winch lime a high variety of trade.ins on his .
1:37: am. 8.02: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES n Going Fishing? 1:13: p.m. 8:17: pm. \Ve Pick Up and Deliver If there i i. a yoiinu athlete in I
r. your fancily who often turns up "Car of the ear" award salutes Ford'stotal

Thursday!! Feb. 6 with mi aching I bark after' ail ... [performance. But the term total
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Fishing Tackle 2:36:: p.m. 9.09: pm. SPECIALTIES sprain. Consult I >our i>liy'ui.m out on the roiid1!

Rod Reels W000W'ORKINf.:" fur advise i as to Mlirlhrr t f ot. These earn are sui'h a change(from the pant
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Friday for
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Tleilo, and everyone hod good time. I
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*xarrwllli Monday given us tu

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recorded by Winn Dixie SH re* A.ir
tight the Pirate
Inn (the 28-weik period ended Jin
played Orange Letter
nary 11 showed an increase of 4'46
,, ark in the! i I
k percent over the corroxpindlngperiod
v ]rasa Cove!
BY JERRY :MOCK [ year ago,
ipringt gym! the Wetll.ft'alt'd TALUIIVSSFK; The Stole I A I:1: inlrs volume of $4(11( ,", 9,- U. S. CHOICE
Cabinet Board ul Eduutlin neatly 00:1:I for this years 28.week pi'i'kidsuipnssed
Raiders In lows
a
dodged an issue of whither to re lastcuri fUire: of
ball
wiring con. qilre ciuitv mliuil! buinls to req '$14211311,519 i by iiiTZoviitSales Steak 88
: nil to re. ,
gamp I L9. ;
main uneli:rated ,Ire umpclllhe bkleluu! fir umi during the 4weik period LELIIJJD
ending Jainarv It (Haled $042. .
foodHtufln In Hi rectally appnnedrtLiilaliins '
In Conleren'e
$ KiMtoue 11
.- 411 a. innourrd with |it".AI 1,9(4( RJsNp, FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND .
cnmtwtllien. NMINJ
.YI a.-
Tim way was paved by the J63! during the l'rre'lp"ndln( period of
,
Our D.lt'.m also won thtlrgame .
Lc.lsIPturll'hich. auilitrl/ecl! tin 1)13!)\ an increase of $28SH4ol or II Steak. L8 88 WHOLE or HALFLegOLamb68

Friday night/ the Pirates un. Slate Board to exempt items frrm 4 23 percent _.
douhipdly played their best game a state law' that requires|i bids on Winn.Dixie earnings after taxes) Only thi top grades of TIP -
BONELESS SIRLOIN
of the tcaron They completely purchases nf more thin $100 during the 23.week period eidid I U, S. Government. graded
S. stunned Milliard, which Is prob. lastcnr an audit In Palm January\ totaled 'J,825668. which : beef wears tht W D sh eld. ,I
Placed In 8 8
; ably the best team In this area, by Bcath County turned up niirlyIIOOIPO represented a percentage to lall'll) trolled coolers temperature W.0 con beef Roast L8 LOIN LAMB
defeating them by fifteen points () in purchases mode without of 2 \13 and earnings per common I ll, owed to the very peak
Everyone hustled throughout the bids m".tlv! foodstuff There was share of 78 cents This compared of/ tender flavorful good BONELESS ROUND Chops. L6 98 ,I
: game. but Joe Thrift and Richard "mi* qjMtlrn m whether per I to earning after taxes cf til,827.233 nest by nature own process ,
Sapp are "tabbed" ai the Pirate Ishnble Items which very In price during the 23-week pcrkd ended while cull, fresh, Roast. L8 88x
: flats Jw fouled out In the lastS "hoi"ld be put tinder b'lt'! And, the Jan lary U. llfi]. which represented RIB LAMB
quarter aid ai he left the game, Suite Department of Education a percentage' bill tents. of 2(0( and .D Brand beef Is close
he uulvrd a large!: (1\all on torn asked. where do yon draw the $500 I rnrnlngi per| ctromun share ol 701 I II before trimmed of bone and and fat GROUND FRESH DAILY EXTRA LEAN 96 Chops. La, 78 ,I
; the crowd, line that t l IA .- ih mid It lie SOn) I tintsShaics, : agIng, weighing Yu get more pack.Icon ,
: The senior clans held a party a day, or VWO a school. or whatT I outMundlnB on January I tender beef per pound at Gr. Beef 51W

Satuid..y night at the beach Con- The Slate Hwrd rwilved the II amount:I 'dI 12,612 I ,754 compaied i iI Wnn.Diol', iiI

"'or)' to the belle f cf many pircnti, 'qur tlIII1 bv dl'c'ldlnnol/ to drawIt to 1 12b7)4-l2) on January 12, I Mo.), ...... I
: the party had no undesirable In- at all except In IV! ruse c,f dairy I Wmn Dixie now operates a Iota! '"":. 'f'.uili': : -- a .! 'tt4SP.e.{ ..rt"r: 11'
client, It wal'ell chapmncd and\ bnkerv prndnrU nnd all nn-" 'cf 8"2 retail storey and eight: whrle. I
fond Ritpnlie mode frrm mhoil laIc units, compared: ti) Mil 1 retail I ; f'I', I J.I
lunch Internal ncriunh This rr- 1111Ire'A and eight rule-isle units )
.1.1I WEGIVI OExtra . .
tilled Trim a Circuit! Court dceln ago t
: The Ion In Pcnsncoln year I, .. I I I r / ( WITH THIS COliPON AND PURCHASE OF .

: Already exempt were funds l 1iandbd ''mire submerged land than any I: r Two "HO'. usenet
MONEYSERVICE In trust for Individual such ai older stale dcgically, the land l i i Le, Chopped Steaks

purchases of clans Jewelry schxil, sloping gently from the shore : GOOD TH.U InsuNar Ura
: !I annual. cords and Invitations. Iniltinla (I makes the submerged lands more I Customers that did
cnps and gowns\ etc valuable n. putentlal uplands than i AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
: You're Sure But foodstuffi such ai meat and 1 In some elhe-r Mates GRFEN !i J'X'f ,...
timetables mid! net be bid except !f : -frTALLAIIVSSEE
: To Like I tint the board sit up three criteriathe Two( events t STAMPS not receive their cou- 1, 4

local (wards must consider: 1. I oecurred recently which should .,..... .
E..I..I..sI..sI..ssssIU.So The availability of properly trained hive lung-range slgnUicanee/ to i .50 Extra .w:Green StampsiShowboat :
The character of the
personnel 2 Ioiorlda'illIterwoya system ; books WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFrs01tN '
Fast I hem or Items In be purchased 3. President Lyndon Johnson recommended 'I pon may receive -
The normal market fluctuations In to Co:.dress that f]((1.\3
The cash you nand. particular! Items and 4. Tile availability /- I OJO be aiproprlaled, so the U S, I FoxDela><' Pizza Pia

cintMlnjrourhindtImoit and supply of federal commodities Army En ncen could carry out afeaslbllty Pork & Beans them GOOD TN"U rtN.... ,.,
study of the "ml.llng'link" ;' upon request AT .
M soon ANY WINN/ DIXIE/
A State Department ol Education Intrccoaital Waterway be. ; i e3 d
I' you Mk for>> lt. I i
spokesman said one effect of the tween Carrabellc and Tarpon
new directive would be to makeiliool Springs : l1 the
at store.
I1N..N..N.NN.uN. t tt boards mire cautious In Only recently too, commUsloners I J ;

their buying because of the slip I from eight counties presented to ttI( 300 CAN :r.::.. ..."...

JJ ulatlimi Randolph Hodges, director of the ipetiliona .:;,1 SAVE 5 ---- I i
State Cunscivatlon Department WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
Gov, Farris Bryant apparentlywill :[ requesting two waterway I ; Llmt 3 cons with a
.
1nN.n..uuN..NN.So name top aide Bill Kldd dlri>c. elMrtcts be formed so land for thoprojeet I 1 $5. order or more. Two, ".0:. .ou" GOL. K'NIII '
tor oC the Trustees for the Internal Onion
Convenient I I can be purchased The Rings
improvement Fund to replace "an I counties are Wakulla, Jelfersen I ; .. ailr GOODTH"U''U..' let
F"rglilon'hn plan to retire and Dixie for, tllstrielI ''' '.. "I'f", : ) .
Ths payment terms Taylor one '" --.t: AT ANY WINN-DIX/E/
sometime tills year after 30 years and levy, Citrus Ikrn.melo and ) q di
tailored
a r* nf state service, I Pasco lor tilt other. I jj :?
to fit your Although Bryant has doilined to U tu .
lieidites!! xpeded picitntthe
pockttbook.LOANS comment en tho rumored switch I'rl'pu\111111! soon t I" the slate SAVE 8. EACH1. 0 SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 please) ;

.......... .......... about the, rnly quettlin teems ti I'' cabinet. which: has leitlsative/ ajIht W.
when Ferguson resignationhas
: be rlutle n to J set up I lul: dlntrli: Peaches 19 50 Extra .w:Green Stamps
@ been submitted to Brjjmt, pendIng the Inrjcuaslil naleivtay between --2CAN > WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
decision on the time.The
I a Cariabelle I find I Tarpon builignwill
placement of Kidil Kill take be the key 1 10 making the Inns II" TWO INN IRO3eN
rare, of Brvnnt'. two cldist and Male Barge!1 anal a lealy bit! SAVE 3'/2<* EACH STANDARD (Limit 3 with $5, food order) Dutch Ann Pie Shells

UP TO 1600 first trusted aides Jimmy Kv e ne opeullun,
net recently: was mimed utlurncy I Sec ol Slate Tern: Adams reecnt :T" TM.Y reNU.sre4 ;.
G.A.C.FINANCE- general The Kldils art''I'ry clan ly polntt'ci oil the completion of Tomatoes 303 CAN 9 F ANYWINN DIXl d 11
hoe bomBryants
and Kldd
la the Biyants ', the two would aluw itles 1 hue St. "I'
In'
crnllilitnt cippclal'y I mis and New: Jileani to sup:
matters pertaining to Mote 1 lands neda( by barge ti :Newoik; /until SAVE \\0 i ( EACH HUDSON TOILET
Is little ... dhl dh1
The 111clhedors job 1'hlliule'Iplila. The trallle, he 111I11It. "
CORPORATION known around the stiite. bit one ofjI I Ite It'd I out, lhreiui.li, Hciildill| exee-ed I 'J 50 Exlri-iW/ Greea "
308 Atlantic Avenue I: mewl Important In Tallnhassie that through tie: Sues Canal Tissue i 4 ROLL PKG. 3 9 Stamps
(
Firninitlni luck, Flirldililtprunt The reason for this Is the IIP cle.is! I I 1AarNapA WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE 01Fischer's
2BI.3B1tmmro"ICEII"Ji with stitc lund, peclnllv IlIh.1|
Fred I Diekliihol dmplo\cd q" lie ,
s o"VIUr j crostllne merged larch H< rlila W'th'!!! pnbmly 8010 miles has.of I a contrast In unuiuneing his tunrlldncy I SAVE 20J( MAZOLA (Limit; one with; $5 order or more) wa I Black i Pepper

fir governor to his lost
-- 0000 TN.a IILYA.Y IeT
I I press conference HuearlUr In Tallahassee conference Corn Oil 69 cNC/ AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
i During he hid Aht1wl'd) press sign or wearI 48 ox BOT. ; es d

I 11It.ss and Irrliblllly' lit the pr HI,1 '
I The piy! h bay 1 of his annoiime- SAVE 20* ALL PURPOSE (Limit one with; $5 order or more)
Now mt'nl10 Buiiullilnn fkrenl, It\ i / 1J
sea In Id I at I lucid motel rattier
; : : I II 50 Extra .WGreeIStamH
: tlinn 1 In C pilol, the hnmeground Astor Oil' 'ox lOT, 49c
WITH' THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
I : ef |the 1'1'IM'lrl'l.' rrenintwere I W"c. .
FASTER SERVICE AND some :!i(1(,) peri flnl, suppeirtirsif I '' ''ONt 1 L. Ise

I Dlekmsin ripieicntlnn tin 1173; Crackin Good Fig Bars
c mill It'a. Dtklnsin: was iirrounded '
REASONABLE PRICES by his tip financial! and presbgel\ I GOOD TH.U rNRU.ar fir

I supporters, lie epened! his mceungl: AT ANY WINN-DIXlr
Ibv asking I how*,, many mayors or : 66 J'X.
I II r.::
I (aimer" mnorvrr pieient When WINESAP : BAKING : ORANGE
forClwuifffuffy I a dozen' or an gut up, he guuftested'it )I
was Ilk! mining of the Hur.Idii !
?! d
: LIOKIO vf MIIIIK'Ipulit es. a I APPLES ; POTATOES ; JUICE jf.5011: :
Eztra"Green Stamps!
; fnytn t'<'ft sup at Jacksonville Mayer IKivdm )
IBurns I nh Jji counting on the city e WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF f


7/rff'Jl7 euitrrlnlrnJJ ,I he goveinrnei After I threw;!I;: a the speech t'votw' floor. mostly open prepared to qllI'O.!, I II I 5 BAG IB 49 10 i s. 59 =e 4 p ans; 99 Colgate Toothpaste,


I Items! !trim thv' pie"*. Ill' Rt 11: le FOR SNACKS LUNCHES U S. No, RUSSETS I S DIXIE THRIFTY FROZEN GOOD TH.U .II.UAOY ureT
|Ibat k talk .Iron) them, what with AT ANY WINNDIXIES
Illd supp rteis MII'round.ng him. Mter d
( oil, a.ywul''Raa! j a moment ul ,

: tihimplt( In Talldtiaasee! !) fur a t tip ,.........
I candidate Ills pitch fur unity woe., n'; ....,....-- I .: "'")
ff. .' ; t
: .
,fIn J.RfJscCfleeIIl3All :Ian i I mints IC 7PI'I'b and 1C South tOKether; FloildiHis tie-: :)! 4.1"' \... l'.'.... ""''i4/11'It';'h ." ,. j.- ....L.......;....., 't.,.".." -

\ pitch for President Johnson 1Iwo. i !.J} '
'qib -
Styles And Types Of Engraving : an al:em-it tu capture loyal ; I t' '
I D mncrils, Us' disavowal of entingcmeiit 4f4' YOUR I CHOICE I d I < Nr I
I -- ir alllanees was an attempt / _I

i I to led ray hint if bneking BLUE WHITE ARROW '
WI i,, A i L;o IIANDLI: A FIM: ivr OF firm Oiv Farris !Hi'5'ant. Anti I hiM I lij) or ,i VACUUM. PACKED'

ENGRAVED: slap reiird: at t 1 In llayd"n Juk:;: on\ille Hums;>' wn Ullnqulniv. an Indication i I Detergent! Astor Coffee '

inrriKnn\Ps: BUSINESS CAKDSlAMLOI'FS 1J1'khlMOU111 hit squartly I I fi\ I / \
,, at the Duval Ceinly mayur as his,, i
SOCIAL STATIONERY strongest opnencnt I IDicktnsnn' II

'will I \ be touiih. to support beat Indicates he':I GIANT BOX 48 r:{4t'J 1 1[ 1.L6. CAN 49 F 11

SAVE 11 *
See Samples At 'k tJliIf: \. SAVE 14' \"
'I t:" t t.1! :

3 DETERGENT Save 21< jJ .. MAXWELL HOUSE Save +.;

3Fcmantona3Bcach 1rucs\ 31 r ra'' Cr Tide S84t lBa jI
GIANT Coffee <
M xwEUE s.i 59; /
riiosEs:; jGi-'icac: jbuoa() ; ,
I Limit 1 with $5.00 food /
I "\ fJw E I\'f Limit 1 with $5.00 food yvV "'A .
.1 order or more .. r.
I order or morel'nge .. .l
'"' _roo:: ::1.* .. ..
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We Represent One of the Largest and Best v """:. :"tl. ''.po : ,.


Engraving Firms In The United States FROM KEE BETWEEN w "' r. 'r111ttJ_, .. ; "'--L.oIOo':Jiv"


I PARKED CARS -



I Newa.I.eadrr: Firnimhna Conch, Fibula Thursday, January 30, 1961 raa-e- Nine

; WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK Fund Club fir UK, I like I the fraud" ':Thin Fridays program will consist
I Sports / ISHT TO 51.65. | Mured I best of nil" of f: the following: I TJoYoU] KNOW ?
; Wf
JILL II.'ILU1..'
: : place to Ice Breakl'rnlnul Candy
1V-APJA I
S TE ON WORMS ,
111'110 kllOW .pCHIpIc IlIlI1t"
i I II
BY CURT GORDONThe S hfHEN HOOKED STI-U: : Rmt: : :, "Us fun I like Grand Mirth THE FLORIDA TOURIST
INllSTRY
I 13 WORTH
.FIGHT LIKE the .'lIlk)11111'11111\ ail, I like the I It':
I I
'' 5 000 000 AND 19
Jf Funk Dance "Tc'lI Prefly'Girls"
Ftrnamllna Beach Piriiloi 11 BLUEGILlS giiint. '1111111 n Tie Tar ToeHiVNK. ." f1PPfl00: 7 TIMES
Ing and are t w
played the best basketball game ol Burgess. e 1 GOODtip' S.HiIS'n't\ KCV whv IflRUtR __ t
I Itt IIIlnlite bleak THAN THE ..
the Season last rrldiv nluht when TD EAT/ he didn t start It m ur' ,
they won over a good Milliard bas The Kentucky 1 i I This will bt a rtiiul.u! aclixitv Group Game 11",1', nc'lay" \INDUSTRY' I I
kclbull team, The loss Mas Hit xade the t v 4R 1 1FItf I1 h Fl: l everv tnliN ::1 I ::10-l.no p m. and Is Folk 1111I11'1' "Al/wrlcl/ll Girl \\'
second of the season for llilllard night for a bgyo ir t+ osaZ : ,14111 f $ t r t, limited( to illi ,toil Sih 'males: / unlv Polka"
and was the ninth - -
vlctoiy of the the Florida
year for Fcrnanclina,, The Plratet Kentucky 11111 '
N
went ahead early In the first quar. game Is a +
ter and kept the lead throughout hard to get 41/411a ,, 'tc1
the game and the thing that perkedup Georgia Coot
the local fans was' the fact that i2r iIVIe Fernandina Beach's
Fcrnandlna did not throw the ball Nick Smith \ "'
N ?a1nfM 'Nr'
'
away as they have In many games Strip on /R/DSCENCE
during the year, If they play the turt'd11I be (: A150'
Newest
lame type ball for the remaining cial Match CAED ListingA
'
games on the schedule I there ln'l t ta Tucker of A NEW GAME FISH INTRODUCED INTO N/LE -
team on the schedule that will Thunder CERTAIN' FLORIDA WATERS WHERE TEMegRBREAM
defeat the Pirates but If they gu! Plait of ATURES ARC/ NOT TOO COLD I IN WINTER t' modern ranch type home located in Pirates Cove
back Into the bad passlnx! panic, be driving a NATIVE OF THE NILE RIVER IN AFRICA a SOUR Subdivision Will be completed by February 22nd by
there teams
are tome walling to will be the
STOCKED ABUNDANTLY: PLEASANT GROVE
hand the Pirates mire louses. between the FISH MANAGEMENT AREA AT NEAR TAMPA FLORIDA Contractor Charles Howard F.H.A. financed in the

some t4 of r the* fans LAs +murmured!. and noon should be GROW FAST "-* SOME INDIVIDUALS IN $19,000 price range. Occupancy by March I 1st if sale

the Pirates went from one extremeto 11'/a FERTILE WATERS (GREW ruoM: :3 TO made at this time Exclusive list with Paul C. Burns
: INCHES IN 12 MONTHS
the other, They lose to B,illr's The W '
which hadn't won but one game will nmcn play Agency We will show this house at any time conven-
during/ the season thin turn around open Ft OX/PA GAME AND FlUSH WATER FISH COMMI5Sl0iV
at Yoke. ient. Call 261-3606 for appointment.
and defeat Milliard which hadn't t \u\ce\
lost but one game dirlng the sen probably KAC, .
.
*
gin This Is what makes a basket businesses of -----
ball season Interesting schedule calls (""nfl'n'nl'l'1110111/ lit 7 1(1( pm.
T> ternating play I Mm and JJtI\'1 Iluilth Club In We have refinished two Kraft Village houses One is
Joe Thrift and Richard Sapp de. Fernandina We the Ilcnlth Oil Hilum, Uy ami
located South 4th Street south of Beech Street
elded to outscore the local scoring! fur the lale oven iigMhntic. on just ,
leaders. Ronnie Sapp and Mike weather, The Rec Center Avenue" riavitround! mi|>" the other on North 13th Street across from the Elementary
Cook. All four boys can rack up \lsul play 3l:HI 5:30: pm.. 1 DonjNinim
the points on any given night! and I Mike Cook BY SANDY DeS.\NDKO ; ', Inili\ School. Both have large lots. Can be financedfor
when all score together! Ill. usually 22-pilnt effort 'Sill \NI (6th ItXDFS\ : UN (UII $50.00 down and low monthly payments. Come by
rough on the opixuillon Tuesday night JANUARY 30lh the I Ht'alth! Club Itooin clay .\t lust 'rid.IY' imeliim ol tilt
A 51-10. In an In the Game Roum unlnti Alit and llth Crocks Mm Club mieiijijalile the office for an inspection. Immediate occupancy
The Hilliaid chiirliad kept other one of : ", Carolyn Viicurronilo, Atlantic. Avenue Playground, ) tune I was/ had by nil ()mif '
things lively cheering their team twain the two I Die III ft':mm'a of the ,f.
rvlsed
: play. 3:30.5:10: :: p in \ spit
on In an effort to pick up a victory ales didn t play :i Class In the Audltcr :Nanney, InslrTlllRbDAY tenuous dos t two Minus mum' bvSilh We recently took a very modern three bedroom houseon
over the Pirates Captain June Allison ed last Friday : a.m. Julanne Owens, IrliKlARY (iihPlavschwl f :; Johnt.cn; StMnil of r t tholHMi a trade, Can be pure:"\oseil' for nothing down and
Suzanne Clarke!, Rita Simp llilllard asked to their
and Kills: were' !K'V I'
In the dime; Hi '
ion Faye Davis Ruth Varncs Class In the Cer 130 am Carolyn V'l/e'ui' m tl1l'I ipinions eineirnliiK' : this dub. To approximately $62.50 per month. Landscaped shady
Sharon Conner, Pearl Hud cs and Coach Wayne at 3:30: p.m., hank adult Under? 1 quote| :
Dianne Howard do the cheer lead. us this week place I II yard
RLSSrLIIS: : \ CcMd
:
Pre Build Class In the
-
Ramblers have
for SLEEPING BEAU. to have fun Wish we would play
lum at Ml 00 JuUnne I
: a.m. "
I the 14 : ::11o c: :: : the Auditorium Owens Instr al Instr. I Give Spin" .the" B ttle'. I like the name, PAUL C. BURNSPhone

GOODYEARI This should Pack No 171 In the Adult Ceramics Class In the
I JUDY: BREWER "Nice
line future at 7:15: p,m. amiss Ruum lit 3.JO p,m., : oppor
,
bides, InslrAdvanced. I amity I for us
Lifetime for Nassau Contest In 261.3606
ANN CHrSS: "I 1 Like II."
Guarantee I The ( at 7:00: p.m. Ballet mid Toe (' : ,
e ule has been Dance Class In In I lie Am dl) I irlinn:: ; at 3.10 p. : I I MORGAN: ROWLAND: "Wr)' 319 South 8th Street
Butler team at 8:00: p.m., Mr Julanne Owens\ Inslr. nice"
100% Nylon with the Becker Instr. Rehearsal fir SLEEPING HI-: \ i I.Mi in' GILL: "OK. lots of fun I KI\I.: Iar.VTE J : :MoitrcAGK( io\\s: AH. m-is:: J INSURANCE:
e for February 10.I Biyi Health Club In TY Ballet In the Auditorium ul 4 I like It 'l'Pllhe111 the kills are
All Weather I Club Room, day and p.m.. Julanne Owens Inslr nice but same are shy, Sine 11\\
N. We went out Scoutmasters Hound!jblc In nice if Mr \DcSunlio to have the
TubelessTube with two fair Playground, IUP- ---- --- -
Type' and when we 3:30.S.30 p.m,. Don
r boy asked If I .
600x13 11,0065OX13

h2,00- I I did didn't get t know to hit I grade Fun 31st.Club in the If took the Cellulose

14,00800x1415.00 i than my at 3,30 p.m. you away Rayonier
f fr In the Game Bourn

I '670x15'r- -_ -. '12.2576 'I[ end Doc I Williams 14't: Legion! Wrl'sl II nil what"' do you suppose would be left? ,.
1 ,
'\ xI5j __ _15.60_ I sponsorship of Auditorium at 8 00

Exchange Plus Tax Hhitewalls the League/teams baseball back Boys Health Club In TURN THE PACE AND SEE
250
j Popular Size Recaps 18.85 sayi If anyone 'I Club Room, day and
, Exchange sponsor a team
'
gladly accept FEBRUARY 1st
Stop By and Let Us more boys a ages 68)) In the

Safety Check Your The year league and at. 10:30: a.m., Faith

TiresLasserre i boys to keep (ages 9121 In
, school and try at 11:30: a m, Faith I
Motor : erage so final .
too hard. It Is In the Game Room at
i If any of you ) :
athletic I Ij
Company Beauty Contest
grades In at 8 00 p.m.
, SINCE' l 1910 j I Boys Health Club In

Trade Room, day and

: 2nd
I Medina In the
at 11,00 am drat,
ti1 i
I 3rd.
: Why Pay and Toe Class In the

: t at. 3.30 p,m., Julanne

Ballet Class In the
COMPLETELY 4.30 p.m., Julanne Ql sn

(ages A-111 In the
SOFTENER at 3,30 pm., Hank

the Conference Room

I Teens Ceramics In the
al 7.30 pm. Hank a
yt

299Guaranteed : pm.Club In the Audi

,'pm.tlnli In the Game

B >ys' II 'allh Clul> In

Iron Club' I'lavgruunl Hum day sun and,

3.30-S JO pm. )Urn,

No Money Down Bank : 4th w'I;

In the Game \Hum
.
: Carolyn Vlzcarrondo.

!
I 1 10 Year Local In the Auditorium at
Warranty a 1 Owen*, 1 Inslr I '
t t Baflef"&t\n In the

and SaltS 4.30 p.m.Dance, Julinnc v Class j'iiii'


Room at 3.30 p.m..
Instr.
) In the Conference

CALL COLLECT EX p.m.Leisure In the Club

: p.m.
Health Club In
Room day and
Err ri

Playground. gup
MIRACLE 3.30.5 30 p m., Dun ,i t ,

: FEBRUARY: : Sib ,
.. ages 12.\14. in r"a c,, ''t I l, ;
Room at 3,30 p m.
Of .
( Nursery In the.
00.5 Of! p m.. Carolyn

121 E. 8th St. Suite Class leailtr In the Ceramics .

Room at 7.30 p m, Hank
Sides Instr
Men and Boys' Health Club In ,I



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Ten tiotva-Leader: Fernandina Beach, FIord! Thursday, January 30, 1DC4Reports ?illomui] In trying fu 'xII",1", tlvlr WISH POTATO Ll.MIIFUN:: -
.
.. .. Commemoration Of Battle Of Olustee |Fei. 1 15 Deadline
tc ------ -- --- -- -- beet production find themselves I I
I had
1 plan ta be In the District bn faced with high tariff walls that the pleasure this past

I Froth Washington 'Saturday lit, the January Dedication 25th ot to a participate new. Joy make the It same Impossible free for entry them(Iftte toen-lows,, :I week Luncheon of for mln the| tdlshP It heft dhto l MI Chip'a Setter:: ; :Fftkrunry 2At Battle Field : To File ApplicationFor

Icy &*!'. W R. (Hilly) MaUhe1'sI Post Office al Bell In Cllchrlm clgn markets that, the producers Company to those Congressmen In
County, and on January 28th, 1 from then rfrral find! In the! Markcts whose District! potatoes are grown1 fekeVcliel commc-rtnrr.thm tV I 1110 nn'dlfM ho lost thrlr )then III T obutco AcreageApplication
SECOND SESSION elk CON. dart "unconditional war M poverty shall speak at the Dedication of of America We bold Urged : \fhr tills CflI\! lft', 5* hi whose l bittWdJ I CrftN'nnlal!: ot the battle of Olustee,, the Baltic ot Oliiitce, ore burlod
CRftM' CbMteVfciI In the United States", hit promiseof I our hew Past Ofllce at Interlachtn Secretary Frct+n alt. and the' SlUt theta ire wife ;processing Florid!'s most Important en go(to.llftfnt ., Chairman li !Mrs Thcirus W LPJtrr for new farm tobirclI

ffJslBMrt! Uewaifo.( The fiscal responsibility; and hit m Putnam County I also plan to I Department to riihkl tV ry effort j and Ulstrlbutlng plant. thl one of the lV nr between the' Jacksonville, Director of Dis. acreage allotment may be filed at
delivered' resolution to Keep( this country In I participate In the Groundbreaking to protect the pMlMA (df our Am. l processing plant of the Company tt I States, till be held Saturday afternoon .Irlct II, United Daughters: of the the ASCS. County Office at Milliard
elldeM the
I i' Rate of a strong stale of military I defense +I Ceremony for the Dew Veterans erican cattle mdvstry., If we hue ,' present It M fcerwlck. Pennsyl.! I February J2 14! at 2:00: Confederacy lion D. ft. I iBIHji I Some of the major eligibility requlrcments -
.",111011 Mpttaxc to CMitf-exi belhnhary You will I 1 remember he said, 'We 1 Hospital at Gainesville reciprocal trade with the Free vania but they are building 111. P.M., It the Battle Field located 1 Matthews Galnesxlllr. will\ be the
: on Sunday, arc:
(Ah, amt to mo 'the ouu
bt 111 do "Intend to bury anyone, nor! January 25th. World certamly It must be rectorocal other bUnt at St Augustine, In our 'I between Lake City and Macclcnny speaker 1. The farm shall be operated by
standing pnHltinj! / ) Mcseageconcerned
8th
Congressional District We have
do we Intend to be burled We should not be faced with on Highway) : TIle Bailie of Ohmlre vas' the .
his delermlntlon to oV.l The President laid that the bud.! advised The Post me Office that plans Department are proceedIng has. barriers Hat we, In turn do not about 24.(KA acres of the finest p tl.taloea Senator 8pc ard Holland will major Florida ensasement! In (lie the 2. (owner The farm covered by the ap'

1 Ilrt "will\ cut our deficit In half,, for the building of new Pilot/ Impose. I think It was the .Mhsensus > District M the and! world \produced to III our I give the principal address ChI\ War, Federal troops, driving plie'nilon shall! be the only farm
from $10 billion to $4.9 billion", Olllces at Fort White In Columbia of the Members <*, Mir t was happy pay The program Is In charge of a west to separate thnt part of FlorIda owned and operated by the farm
tribute the Wine
l 1i and "it will be In proportion t to Committee that thlre Is some hopeIn to Potato Chip I spbMat I committee appointed bvOov from (he Confederacy! relreat. for which a Flue-cured
i ; \ County, and at Hawthorne In Ala. Company at the LUrtttiftAi! that we operator(
lour national' output the smallest chua County voluntary agreements with Auk- Farrls' Bryant composed of ed alter n six-hour Inlilo In unit tobacco acreage! allotment Is es-
4 budget since 1951." trails In particular, In this Import. ; had In the Capitol Speakers Hill. Dining Room !: Mr Lather Harrell Chairman wan known to the I Federate ai the labllsned fer< \the current crop year! .
I 2. House! Legislative Actions The i| TOBACCO PROBLfeMS: ant matter, and we of the Committee here en Maeclenny: Mrs. Asa Coleman Billle of Orenn Pond. The defeatof 3. The operator) shall obtain mere
Hmiw has passed bills extending on Agriculture A ho have to by the any, \lint feature bf the : Jr Maccltrnvi: Senator Ed Fraser the Union/ Army by tie Confi-d. than SOt;, of \lets Income from the
Matching Grants for Federal Air. The farmers In our 8th District write the basic Sugar Legislationfeel I Luncheon Vas ad lc""fll" salad I fallaliastpti! Herbert I Darby, Luke crates preserved the Interior lines production! of Agricultural] commodities
(Plywood4x8' ports, creating the! John F. Ken. Florida produce about $8 mil that In selling the quotas filI'I thai had ing>edlenti In It from all ,City and Mri Thomas W. Lester of supply Ircm Florida: and eon- .
lion I
[ nedy Center for the Performing worth of flue-cured tobacco the Imports of raw sugar, we have) of the 50 !Stain In the Union Iwfoft Jacksonville; .working/ under the fined the Federal forceS to thc shall have had
Arts, In Washington D C, and ,I every Yea This crop Is most Important a device to' obtain favorable cffrt-j' I were expert enough to tell guidance of the Florida Library coastal area 4. Farm operator harvesting .
to the economy of many bf American you moVe about It, but let me say experience In production
I extending the Liberty! Services Act slderatlon from tht Latin and !Historical Commission headedby Tho Cenlennlal observance and
our towns and rural areas. Our : countries In rte mailer bf blot' that/ the (potatoes' Vote especially) Mr. Adam end marketing tobacco at asharerrrppt'r.
G Adams
Coral
I I vctcd lor all of these measures
'Int. i i1 the 'chase of the cannon by the tenant, or farm op.
tobacco farmers, I know, have Imports. Mr. Ralph Cellon, the dellcloii' and Id wert the tomatoes I'Gables. pui
: DISTRICT EVENtS I[ been very much Interested In the President bf the Florida CattW. I and other vegetables/ : whltlt t IniS. Highlight of the commemoration historical commission were made eralur during at least two of the
I' Report Issued by the United States most hive corns Irom F1ol'ldall! $3090: appropriation five years Immediately preceding
men's Association, was In Waif) pect I possible by a
During the latter part of the old Wilt be the presentation of two( 12. the for vhlth the new farm
Public Health Service concerning year
: Ington a few days ago, and In his pounder by the 1W3 Legislature The rut t
Napoleon to
REQUESTS roll re.
BUDGET cannon
year, I spoke at the Dedication 011 i the relationship of, cigarette l smoking Report to( the Tariff Commissionhe allotment (li requested
YEAR! plate the original\ cannon which Iron cannon wore manufactured nt
FISCAL WS hours Monday through
Term cancer, I speak my alii Office :
the beautiful new Alrp.irt stated that possibly' 33"If
-275 own tOle I I't:: those of our were felven for the! war effort dur. the Detriment: of Corrutlrns\ 111- Frldiv 8 00 A.M. In 12'00 noon
inal facility In Palatka and( part) I the beef production m Florida re. I am pleased to report that thePrcsideMI Ing World War If
Kbacct growers, when I say that !, \lslrn of Industries, Government of and 12:30 P.M. In 4:3D: P.M\. Clisod'
clpatcd In (he Dedication of then I presented Imports, which come !\ BTMBM for Flltal Ytar 'The!
.
magnificent new Civic Center In we want the American people toget largely! fnAn the Latin American toes wHIcH w I the facts However, I In accrmpanlmrnt of a rifle salute
Orange Park. During the past am countries Stein tnit week' tnmalned mjwrts undertaken the reproduction of historic .
with the Honorable tired by a group of ten men In I
the attractive City of Orange thorough agreement lor for various Try A Classified Ad
year, appropriations project I
I dress uniform war pieces
I Harold.iCaolcy, Chairman bf VISIT TO THE WHITE IIOtSE of the Palmetto\ (
Park has built a Community Center of great Interest to our Dis. '
I : Hordee Bros that brings hitt one central' our House Committee on Agrlctil-l I With the other Members of the tract, as follows: $4 million for ,, Tina Battery headed, Orangeburg by Capt R.South V, (Gra.111'0.I I,
ahd I lure, who believes I ate should i I
its Port Office Building construction work the cross
area on :
Florida I visited ham Jr.
PrcnU
Delegation '
continue of Govern
the other community/ services) a program Florida Barge Canal; $13000 for CHILDS SPINE
mental research In this Important dent Johnson at the White House Mrs Katherine Finegan Cook of
which an of beach
Hidings represent general Investigations
Atlantic; Avenue field. I'm meeting/ Ith the Secretary this past week and Issued him a Atlanta. great granddaughter of
standing achievement In out.//' /'erosions I"I St John County; 145, I .. Gen. Cum Pin a string ahove and In the center of aft open doorway and
of Joseph Flncaan.
Agriculture and Senators
Ity planning/ and devetupmcnl.'R personal invitation to be present I 000 In operation and.maintenanceof I Ctnfrr'raloF'orre, attach a sma.l; eight to the other end Remove all clothing from
I mender of the \ .
Holland and Smalhors, February *
on the Groundbreaking Ceremony the East Pass of the Suwannee I your child stand him with his back to the lining so that II\ fall
5ln to discuss this matter as tat I will be an honored guest and will neck walkout lirahinj It. Hove him stand
I River; $30000 for general invent-! slant! the eerier ef the
well as the 10'.* cut In (it I for our Cross Florid Barge Canal I unveil the guns Now note the
i -POSSESSEDI acreage gallons( flood control( of the Wac- I ta both feet, eye closed and Intl-uet him to nlai.
'our flue-cured tobacco allotments on February 27th, when he plane cal ul River! tM.txW Tor opera- Hon Ed Fraser Secretary of cnntnurs of the spine In relation\ to the Iitinlnormal/ spine
i to make a trip to Miami for a fundraising tlon and maintenance of the Okla- Senate will preside at the exer. ihnild, be directly In line with the hiring and the tiring should
('OMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
dinner. The President gds waha River; and (300900 for operation risen which wllbe\ attended by full directly! through the create of the buttorki.
: 1962 CORVAIR I Representing oar Committee on Vised us that he would give our add maintenance of FtP Sen. G. T Melton of Colimbla Now note the shoulders and hip bnnrs. Hold a yardstick between .
I 0I Agriculture 1 attended a Conference Invitation every possible consideration nandina Harbor. County, Rep John Crews of linker to see If the are level with each other The spine requires,
I County, and many other prominent tttintlca\ these points! are not no (hey should be.
Low MILEAGE bOOR SEDAN In Raleigh, North Carolina a I shall work In every way that
I : few days ago, where a distinguish.cd / bf I citizens from all over (he State, A misaligned spine ran cause many allrarrls of childhood
THE PANAMA CANAL 1 can l to see that these Items
_. I Panel of scientists discussed the I I Including Mrs Wilson L. Baker, sash as poor tonsl's bad eyes, bed writing, running ran, h lId.
future of farm policies Our Committee / : I know that you are thoroughly such Importance to our Distrlbt Tampa, President of the Florida aches, chrcnlc colds, etc. To the (lilroartor| these! misalignments
$ 1350 I has also had conferenceswith Informed through the press as to are maintained In the budget add Division of the United Daughters of Indicate what could be wrong.nl your child The spine has bern
I his and Its correction naturally Is safest In' his hands.
r : the Secretary of Agriculture : the problems we are facing In the passed by the Congress the Confederacy.Music study

the farm policies Our Committeehas Panama Canal I believe I can say CLEANUP PAINT UP FILliP will be presented by the
: LIBERAL fiRMS OFFERED had also had conferences with' that It Is the consensus of Congressthat Baker and Cilumbla County High!
the Secretary of Agriculture, the the flag Incident was merely Two Cities In (our Congressional School Bands with vocal selectionby Hours
: FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Honorable Orville Freeman, codccrnlng a minor aspect of the problem In District Palatka and Gainesville Billy Milton of Macclcnny
:Mon.e L Fri
< ,
the problems our cattlemen I the Panama Canal Zone Whatever have just captured Achievement I I Preceding the Olustee rites a *
: are facing with beef and veal negotiations take place, we feel Awards at tw6 of the top entries (I memorial service will be held at 912 & 26 .'
AT FERNAN&INA BEACH Import, It :Is now estimated that: I that America must be firm In Insisting lit\ their population categories fluK 11:00: A.M.. In the Old Cemetery at

: PerndhdlriO BeQth Florida about 19'% or even more of that we have the rights Ing preliminary Judging of the 1
I all of the beef consumed In the I'I'I that were granted to us In perpeu. National Cleanest Town Achievement (Phone 729-5614 r
o o United i Slates Is Imported Our Ity by Treaty to operate the Canal. \ Award contest
Palatka'i achievements In the
Klngslnnd, Georgia
_
o
building and home modernization
_
o field the successful vacant lot program w.ae"phit.
II : : adopted bv the Business and C. U. CROCKER Dlt. T. A. OWEN

o .. Professional Women Club and
0 the certificate of merit program
tl : : which encouraged property ownersto Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic

11 ... beautify and Improve, earned
the City this national awardGainesville' .
"Associated with Owen Chiropractic
M 1 extensive oral vaccine
.
w program/ the ticmendous if. }
.
fort In safety and the community
-
o wide beaut!!icatlon accomplishments -
o f t, I earned for It this national'
0 lr auard I :
_
o
o .. I'm planning to attend a Recep
o '_ lion here In Washington en Fcbrumy -
o o __ 4th to honor Mayor Frank M

w Hancock, Mr I. M. Altorman, '
: I Io Io Chairman of the Greater Palntka \
Improvement Committee and Mrs \
Lori Britt Chairman of the Beautlficatlon .
: 1 Committee all of the
o t4 I City of Palatka: and !Mayor B>rrn
: .. Winn !Mr Wi:bur M Marling Jr.,
r Chairman tf the Gainesville llcaitlflcation ,. Jacksonville"604
I 0 Board, and Mr. HiroidG. ,

,\ : Gainesville.:. Bcdill, V.cc.Chalrman: all of

ConKritiiHIons to these two outstanding .
;: Cities In our I)'strict for

'J e: their splendid ac"onnllshme In
community betterment1!

I
\ : : -. ..' VISITORS Recent visitors to my cfflce have
o w
'
Included: General R. C (Rnndvi
', 0 Dickens of Lake City; Dr R. W
::t.
I ..
o II b '' 1, Ii I v .. ,
0 _. I"i > x Puryear of St Augustine; :Mr and
I !Mrs George F. Honey of Ponle :
"' Vedra Beach; :Mr and Mrs II.

: ". J;. ; ;' Gordon Shields Dr. FrankI.! I.Flanllllln. .
(" Dr Marshall Watkins, 'Merchants'' Green
.. Stamp Bonus
all of Gainesville.: Mr Lewis E
WadHKorth of Bunncll.: and Mrs _

; Just the people }: L. P. DeWolf( of Crescent City I'k2.,; of CINNAMON S Lady Falr-PRUNE 2':TREATS FREE{ STAMPS


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: \A 2 1 Ih. 1'kR-t.- (Quarters!) 50 FREE TAMTS

I j Trooper Bill AIRS. FilBERT'S MARGARINE


Everything else. in the picture on the preceding page was made says., .Iny I'ki:. (hun King! : 23: FREE STAMPS: >S

: :: entirely or partly of cellulose. Cellulose is one of man's most use. FROZEN CHINESE FOOD

: ful raw materials and Rayonier in Florida and Georgia'alone

: can produce over 650,000,000 pounds of it a year. In addition to 7''! i O/ \\rlsrhts 50 FREE STA11I'S

serving U.S. customers, we ship hundreds of millions of pounds LIQUID SILVER CREME POLISH

z to Free China, Japan, India, Italy France and dozens of other

; iree-wdrld countries..much it through the ports of Savannah PEFSODENT _
ADULT
: and Jacksonville. From it are made rayons, acetates, cigaret TOOTHBRUSH

1 filters, cellophane, plastics, tire cords, photo films and papersall ._ 100 FREE STAMPS

: told some 6,000 useful products you'll find all over the world. .

: .. Take away the Rayonier cellulose? Better get going: we J SPECIAL SPECIAL !

: ::" turned out 3,500 pounds of it while you were reading this adver IJ 1 ; 50 FREE STAMPS

: ': tisement-1,500 right here in the Southeast! CHASE &SANBORN COFFEE

1 II). Tin Rear; or Drip 50 FREE STAMPS
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FOOD
.. FAIR COFFEE
o ._

.. Can ire for riding not for play. I Dr> )' or Normal 50 FREE STAM IIS,;

-- Ing. Children should be askedto BRECK SHAMPOO
[ ] sit quietly while riding in
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; RoyoulM Innrparottd
o RAV A N I E R m toeth..lep.rellomef. passenger cars. Those who play, He\lon.Rupcr :Natural
Jmp o.d Ol.n.lllt, Oa, jump around, and roll down the 100 FREE sflMPS
NATURA1.RpOtMCt.CNtMISTRY, ..fliandira, Scath mt...... f I* windows either get hurt or dis HAIR SPRAY

tract the driver, thereby causing .
er I an accident Children should __
I Mile
of
I playa playgrounds or in yards 101) 100 FREE STAMPS.rncre

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FIVE ROOM furnished npnrlment -- I terted forest 1 ot'rt'sI liS burned by times the rale of forest land:burt

WANT AD RATES for rent. 432 North 3rd Phone HELP WANTED 1 Forest Fire LossIn ulldflre ed annually.

AS per word .75 minimum I 2614945. J3flc Apart from the Immediate lose of Florida forest Industry" I li nil

Card of Thank. Ri> lutl.u BEACH RENTALS!! D0\T MISS the great Professor" State Shows Big ores! raw malerlnl from wildfireIs valued In excess of $730000! I

sad Slmllir Notice.M Dean on the piano and the fabulous f the rediinil yield In siunedlngMurs with the \\holesnlo Income .aim"
WINTER
BATES. For Information The Little Bird Sez
word Ralph Barnard on the drums : I Forest Kind which Is not topping one.half billion ({llIal
Kr |110
nlnlm, ** Call W, 1. MeCranle, 2.l-4642( Reduction In 1963
Cal 281-368(1( or 201.1687: --- ------ -- playing with the Max Sirman'iOrchestra ''tinmd by wildfire produces at five early. ew
Saturday Feb 8, atKAC'i I
or place ad. NICE 7-IiOOM house. South 7th A crooked is
at! orriceEll somewhat
Valentine Dance, Tea man
Fewer ,
forest fires loss
St $44 month Phone errsbarned I
Aril :\Kr. t M81J30C Acres, 9 till I. Fee
f ,
like crooked It II
: ft a tree usually A
I I
-8-; MALE AND: FEMALE to enj-y the Thnt was Florida forest fire II a e

FOR SALE TWO BEDROOM apartment -,I I beautiful clarinet of Cliff Mcln- i iI I a close-up view to picture for IW3! compared with the I 1
I All electric. Sadler Rd. I before
year according to Stale
nls playing vllh the Max Sir. :
Phone 261-5896 tfc detectJ Forester C. H Coulter. I
'6)) FORD CONVERTIBLE: 427 mans Orchestra Saturday, Feb lCkes

fine, 4 speed transmission. 3,000 en. 'TRAILER SPACE near O'Neal. I 8, Valentine Dance at Ten Acre.1 i I Last year, 6.081 forest fires

miles Phone 261.8211 after 3pm, I Large lot plenty room for children '.I File ,i At] 1 burned Innd 88.000(During) acres<< M62 of Florida a total forest of. IS YOUR CAR SAFE FOR -

F6c phone 201-4423. tfei VI
8.60S forest fires burned 262166
-- PUBLIC NOTICE DRIVING?
16.500 i FURNISHED efficiency apartment : .( acres, Coulter said NORMAL

7'4 ACHES: high and dry. Amelia on beach. Phone 261.4941 NOTICE FLORIDA TO) STVriTKSIV mrniToni Coulter explained that the fig.

Rend near Irpo'-t., OWNER, I after 5. tfc TIn (01'Rf UK TIIK COt'STY l h Siren are for the 54 proteded' conn

Fd: McfJarry 512 Pilgrim Rand, 1---- I JlDl.t fII'1'1: :. N4SHAU I'HOMATE OINIY. H.OK. tlei unit dl hi'n';' ( Imlude fires which Find out for sure by taking this quiz

Palm Beach. Florida, M2TpIOVDA TWO BEDROOM FURMSHFD:; : In den. E"4' of 0 occurred In I how counties not

-- .. apartment, Private (entrance 4211 OTIS RKOT: IIAnnoTK, DrrrKUdTo served( by Florida Forest Service' ANSWER HERE

M, red suprrsport, ;63 N. 3rd St Phone 2d-34r> J.tOc <'l>lmi All or trpdllon Demands ind AI.ln.1 inane Said HnMnil ft.l lire control. tinlH YES NO

model, like-new reasonable, ph, later l i
%fjl.4821. J lOp II VACATION APTS. You and each of you are her.hv One and one-half pi'r cent of 0 Do your brakes grab, squeal(

notified and required ti present i any Florida llXinoon I( ,( finest
protected ?
IHORSE/ :, SADDLE medium siwT OCEANFRONT:/ APTS completely rliltni and lcmanHii whlih owl. or pull to loft or right
-
furnished Day, week, or month liner of yiu hive mtilnHt I theMule acres binned dining Ih'i2' The year
Five years old, part Tenn walk. ( nf Olla I'rv Haddock, (leoruiicd Q Docs your brake pedal plunllall( .
er Ph 261-5120. f- .
Judge nf Niim lu County I nr
:i FOLK unfurnished 2 car his: nffire In the Court hog=* 1a'lnrJCoul1ly with 48 per cent or apply your brakes?

RENAULT: GAHDINA Take : at I trnnndma Beach Flnrlrta, less than nnc-hnlf of one cent :
at beach (53 per
garage apartment ;
up payments. Phone 2G1.5B42. i within ale l nlpndnr months from the O Docs your car wander or weave?
I I year round Call 281-41,02, Inc time of the lint public'mii.n nf this of the proleilid f"I'C'Ktl1'1't'01l8 ?
JMtD1NIVO : I, .:.. 1 nntlr/ Toe copies of nth rlnlm ordemand Veer to left or right
APARTMENT FURNISHED 21 I shall be In writing, and hull burned
wheels making
ROOM SuiTE:. ikeTnewTsmonths : state the plnr nf residence and po.1oWra O Are unbalanced
During IlG! ), Coulter said
,
: bedrooms, private entrance, address nf the clolmant and more tires wear fast and unevenly?
old, cost $340, will sell Phone 261-4227. tfc I hull be sworn to by the claimant, his I than 30 per cent of 2,000 your
Karaite unpro.
for $200, Rev, J. W Keen Ph.I I event or attirnpy arrl accompanied 0 Docs engine stutter. jerk
I by a 'tiling fee of one dnllnr and turn I I I your
Ml.5234. J30c SIX ROOM, downstairs, beach stall? .
claim or demand not ao filed shall he Too Late To filter or
duplex. Unfurnished. Ph 201- void Classify
IifEE: BEDROOM IfOUSE I vies. '.1 tic MarV Ann HadtlorkAi If answered "Yes"to
3118 USED CARCLEARANCE KATE YOUR ANSWERS you
1 < BY RUSSELL KAYIn
Otis Irrnv haddock derenneilI
monthly payments of $75 and pay NICE THREE BEDttOO\T un. 'Imt pnhllcitlnn Janunrv a, 14Thoi I ANY of these questions, you need. ,.

I fir transfer. No money down. I furnished home at Five I'oints I' J. Shave, it, Attorney the last few years a new and wages they rAn undersell' us nnd SALE
4't It II, K:I. 30
I After 7 p.m. phone 2615904! orl! Call 261-54
| ice at 410 S (15th_ St_ tfel I IROWN' ONE BEniOOM i furnished' apart.- ( PUBLIC! NOTICE become a threat to our national I I throughout the world. f.rttont.

ServiceBrake
IV THF cIRCt'sT COt'FT Or THE economy and security It li research Several! vnlunble reirarph torm- 1962 Falcon
North Fletcher Year round I
ment,
PONY: nnd saddle forI$110 j IOIRTHI IIICIAL CIRftlT or1 I espionage and It Is bring nine dcvplnpc-d at great rest mind

Con be seen at 731 S 14lhI I rent.' Ph 261-3595 tic I THR AND': rot STATE NASSAU OK HOHIOA 1'00'NTY IN practiced not only by our enemies effort have been stolen from under 2-Door, Htuket Seals, KK1I

or Ph. 201-445(1( tic BEACH APARTMENTS year, tllANtBRr Cane No. IT but In some case by our allies' carrier) to other Auto Trnns.UK .
IV RE PFTITIOV OF THOMAS I Irls. Front end alignment
---- : As all American adjustment
we are aware,
round. $35.$51'1 month furnsh.l! TIIFOnORE: HKRNANnFZ! : FOR IMF: $$$195: Now $1395
REE BEDROOM masonry home. ed, electricity ADOPTION OF I'Ollliy JACK firms, foundations and organizations S. Government contracted with a Only

[Living room air-conditioner. Car. 261.6446. tfc KK.IIT. JR. A MINORHOTII'R spend hundreds' of millions of foreign firm to supply It with a 4 Pull front wheels Only ,\
: Or AltOPTlOV
port utility room. Landscaped I PKOCEPDIVl.S dollars and many yearn, of effort In product developed by our own re. 1961 Falcon and inala t't r"k. .

|IIOS Amelia Dr $750 down, $53 DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT-1 I IV THE: NAME Of THE STATE OF research This research Is conducted search This was offered at a 4-Pnir, Station WneonRIFI I hnin. and 19
FIOItlDATO 1 650
monlh. Phone 2613107. F6c unfurnished. Corner 4th and;;; : MR. BOIIBY JACK KH.IIT' SR. by private Industry In an lower price sine (there was no re. : Auto' Irani. One I CI'nn, ,, "'1'drul1l"1

:: Calhoun, across street from e/. Mr Milton Klht effort to provide this nation and search cost as far as the foreign Owner and RI"SI) I
.EXALUM CUSTOM MADE .
Fchool St. Academy. c/o 4R32 Falrhone Drive the world better things for better concerned and It whirl '
Joseph's
La Mlrada. California producer was i
[Venetian blind measured and II
Phone JGl-4200 or 201-3800. tic You are hereby notified that the living was produced with cheap labor indirect \\IIH $1293 NOW $1195 Adj"sl lenkes linlwemrntpartsIIneeded/
ilmtallcd. Wide range of colors. abnve named Petitioner has filed I and edit iluid end Ionlon ( "
t.
PORTER A: LOVEQUIST Color 1'-' Petition In the nhove styled Court a This Is particularly true! of our competition with American == mt'nlwbd, '

[Center. Phone 201-1068. iff ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished copy nf whit. I I. hereto attached. for pharmaceutical and electronic In. hlRh standards. 1960 Valiant
I apartment, occanslue the adoption nf the minor child nam.dIh.rein I .
diislries whose research has de. Scientists. and researchrs employed Motor Tuneuptt *

,fNANT -VINYl., ACCOLON I Year round 123 S. Fletcher ,, why und you the are same required should tn not ithnwruuRe be I veloped' the American knowledge by Ameilcnn firms have 4 1-loor t Still\ ion Wnicon, All service thin

[,Ir stock 9 ft width $1.65 iq.ft bone 261-3138. tic eructed bv rervlng: a copy nf yourwritten and know-how that has been a bulwark found It profitable to stcnl hIghly U&II. Mid Trnns. w, do ill. QOO.
.. Clean
1 defennei It env upon Alblit I .n.l.dlusJIf
Tarter A Lnvequlst Color' C. ThompBon, Jr Attorney fur Pet) I of our Tree cutcrpilNC spa. srcrot and valuable InlornuUnn Was fH'S!): NOW $795 work done parkiluits 6 ry .

:
; I orlRlnil' 1 Ihpreifkllli the Clerk nf the I dcvilprd\ by this cosily, independent \ (cuclRn firm "frul! plinry' l'US"S'olvlnu 1960 Falcon -as. 3 Sri liming Any
DOWN: $66 month; buys; three I Phone 2(11-3118 tfc I lima; C .urt nt NJHUU Caunl1''Inn I I financed research have stea
droom masonry home, built. TWO ROOM fUI'nlshed--t; ;: I on Ha,or ut brfure F.rnitrliu the 11th Brnrh day of 11 March< ndn. enabled us to main our economic and nnllliloll, cultures/ dtvdopid i f-Dnnr) Std( Trnim. I Hrellont \. 6 Krplact'rotor I conilenner' rand

tango and oven ment. I'i04. ntbpruUe/ a Decree mnv be en leadership and extended our by Lcdirlo LnhiiruUirles are nnw / Cond. All 8 Check generatornd -eMi
.
W {c ! I pnllllcal power around the Klnhc. '; Ixtlh civil nod criminal courts, 1To equipment regulator::
Sinn \VHS PDNow:> : $895 r
fttt *
ECORATED 3 bedroom home WITNESS my hand an Clerk oflild This gigantic Imluslry of discovery ., tinting up HIP c"'Illuil sltiiailnn 7 CI"o' h.Urrv ....-

Oak floors. $8,503 with $.fIO down.lilT THREE: ROOM fuinUhej p' ugeapaitment. I', Circuit Court of N.iiinu Cnuntv, (I I has become a $10 billion glnnlentirely need( by ImlusLhl/ research Icud.M .
I lorlriu, and tie. seal nf said Court alF.rnnndina II
per month I II I Death. Nawau County, private and compitlllveIt I 1959 Mercury 'a It"

'(f -tftt ti7 '* '* Florida. on the il-st day of January, has given us the products' of the The rtiparch thief who' peddlrs II ? Just say "Charge
I
L NEW masonry, three bed- I I TWO bedroom house unI'urninheJ toed. our Industrial .Is by securing, :--Door Rill, Auto Irnns.UH .
NICE I /iD 0 OXLGYD future and helped protect our high / seen Take months to pay
om home near high school. 0 Oxlev standard tf living and our high ctiiriimcnts/ and fiirmulns" from em. '\ $S95; Now $495

50 down SJ350:; per< month. I 50 (Fourth'I.,k nf Juclklil the. '.Circuit Circuit Court In nOd wages plover' flics and selling Idem tncrmpttilirs I

'* B. I*. 8AJLMA1N I I fir, Nmau; C""iHy, rlurldu From It have come the automatic ubrnnd Is umlrrm 1957 Plymouth ; i'r' I

IRFH BEDROOM: masonry, two PHONE 261.3221MISCELLANEOUS A'hln' C Thompion for Primmer,, J,. computers, new light and dur. tog the nil inns strength J"sl l as ,
Attorney
paths, family room. 1COD( square :los Atlantic Avenue able metals and plastics t llfr-sav. much as the Ihlt'lho piddles( (Ii i ('yL) Sad TrimH.ns '

eOL Beautiful lot at Five 4t Fernandina Iteuh, Florida 123. 30. 1-1. 11 tog drugs and useful chemicals and military serreln.Anything -,\' $:.m: Now $350 :

urts.. $13,500 to Veteran with I I the new miracles! of electronics and that weakens our n.itinnnl .

cw down payment PUBLIC NOTICE chemistry economy and diMrnvs our

-tt '& MAKE YOUR PARTY PLANS NOTICE FOIt BIDS It Is Imperative that (lie faith of world mill kl't Is as hnrmful. to nur 1955 Mercury r1

John T Ferreira & Son now to attend Valentine Dance I I NOTICE 10 hereby given that the. America research be as cnrehilly nltinnalC'lfllre and our future as l-loor I Sid. Trnnn..m .

Allan'ie Are. Phone 2nl-SS71/ Saturday February 8, from 9 to Rourd nf Trustees nt Humphrey Memorlil guarded as are the ac-crcts of our are the fruits of mlllfnrv esplmi- '
Ho.plml' will accept hide for ;\. $195 i!): Now $125
: 1. Ten Acres' Everyone Invltid one nxvren tent Det:ills and sneclfl) I[military activities While research age and CcinRrrss would do well
ICE, LARGE LOTS far sale )He I cntlons may he nlitnlrvrl from the of knowledge I Is protected by Amnl- to dike vliwoim steps tn protcd,
Good teims One quarter mile : flee of the Administrator, All Illd* ,
Americas rrNc'arl'hlnd InduFlryauulnst 1956 Cadillac a dea
"usl be seated. rleurlv mocked and can and some foreign patents othercountries
I Smith of Five Points on Amelia LOST, bclll'vl'd' lii Yulie; ;; vicinity l I tiled "llh the Arln Inlstrator' no 'Inter afford no surh prolec:Ion this vicious/ and d.uiMiruin

Rd. Cull 2I.1-5.U1 tfc ladies'! Futhla billfold Reward than III Oil A M rcbruiry 211, HIM Hough ('und.1114 .
The liiuird reserves the righto re, and If they can steal this know) practiceA
"CHEVROLET PICKUPnew-- for Impoitant papers Ph. 261. I tort any ono nil rids, edge and produce the products of \\' ? ? 1 NOW $150

\lake!; new battery Good running 3024 J.Wc UARY DATrO 1IM THIS 22ND! DAY OP JAM our costly and time.consuming re. .,

imhtion !Make otfor. See at 211 rOUND: WALKER HOUND: be. I C.for W.C. W.imandlra llnnriles. Chairman search by manuTac.luring these I. !WJlZ JLtl 1/ 'it ;' 1950 Ford 2.Door

Mantic Ave or call 2 .UcBsTERBOARD tween Yuloo, Illlllnrd Owner Biard of 1'r.'lee.IIu"'lhcy. products with cheap starvation

lilcntlly and ad. Phone R. C. Memorial Ilinpltat ''' As Is $65
pay
assorted colorscarlion 2t 183 M: PUBLIC NOTICE -
McSwaln, Clinch Drive, 2l 1.42.15. I' --
bond
paper! scratch pads File NOTICE!: 01' APPf 'CATIOS I

jatid mimeo paper onionskin, forale --- PUBLIC NOTICE lost TAX OPEl: ': .I "'oplcs) USED TRUCKS W I. IHUIOSE. MASTER: :MKCHANIC. IS AN EXPERTIN
.
ace 194 l II. PSNOTICE
l at NEWS; : LEADER, 511 AslEl WILL DO SEWING In my home. NOTICE NAME VnFR LAW FICTITIOUS !: IS HEREIN IIIVEN,, hut( l _-_ ______ __ ____ '1IIK USE (OP OUR :MODKKN AND EITICIEM"

t. Phone 261.3026. JJOc Notice li hereby given that the umdrelaned Arthur Jnnti the holder of the rnllnwIr I TFSIINQ; EJl'll'MENTNEW ()('
genie 01our JI'.r..1 Mphrine,
-------- "FictitiousName certificates hut filed inld' rrrtlfl '
pursuant tn tales for a tax deed to he '...uedIher.on Y..ur I'ral M..hrnl hnnrtr' and thethis'd. 1961 Ford
LISTEN TO JOE DREW and his I I Statute'. Huune Bill No 1175, In Mi.A ..:."I I AMmnun.
The e.rW"'ole numhern and
FOR RENT saxophone at the Valentine Dance Chapter Nn. 20193 Lows of Flnrkl, years of iiwu met. the dom'rliillun olIhi i/i Ton V8
Ufoll11I winter Kith the Clerk 0'l Vir.ston.;
at Ten Acres, Saluiclay February I the Circuit C lurt In and for Nassau property. and (the rumen In whICh LOOK INTO THE HeaterHIM
8 9.1. F6c C"untv. rlirlrU ui cart receipt of proof toes annened nn o. f..llowa;: EYES
,
I
E\N FROST DUPLEX up. _ of pulilkiitun nlM. \ nitiie, the flu.Olin "lOSS'ertifieuie No 75 Year of Ineunre $!IJi! : Now $895

(jstsirs or down furnished Fenced l :ET AI.C01IOIICS ANON i <,.,lenn, name a, t. Ini In'Itiir wll:Service St/itlon Deiirrlpllnii nf Property In Oft 144 PIT The physician hotel into

yard. Call 2Bl-r>047. Ife MOUE: help with your drink- Under whkh ..e urn enraged In 1617 Co. Hcc tertian III iwnnhlp I the lu:nut'i eye and (the PJI TREADS
I I! hu mess, 'nr'h (fame 25. cnntdlnlnx I inn col. tye Ini kcil,' riKlit luck atlinu 1959 Ford
Box SIR I .
IlKHE ROOM. unfurnished house, big probUm Write vie Sire ravaged; In busings nt fllh more or Ins -and told hint, thinm. J.yecxjiiniiiitiiiii
City or Phone Jax El ) and I Elm eta I ernar:linu (leach I l'Ia Name 111 which a5atned Arthur Janes N 1111,1 I v.d- '/j Ton VH APPLIED ON SOUND TIME BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TINES
clllick
fsiufricld Rd. Phone 261 4544: 6.77')0'1 'I'hat tie only Dirties Interested In All of luirt properly l>pn| In the > | :
J30c LOUR SANDING and sul 101 I busman entirprl' art I lennfctephey County nf Nainau Stun, nf FInrlda.liniess ,. I tialjlt method nf ilclcrmiiiuiK \\'II0 $K9S!): Now $7951954Xhevrolet
and Wulter Smith such rertifkate or rertdhtans the,Ki>'lr'l conilitiun ff a pcr WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZENARROW
- -- hub Floor tile Paul E, 4t 1 81. 30, 2 a.3 shall he redeemed RPcnrdlnx tn : sun > urtrri L d system I. Nowliire ("I'
OR SALE or rent 3 bedrooms rllnnlsh'l ''aw the deicrlberl In such
properly
barbecue Phone 201 .460<>. artlflcile nr c.rlitlculei will be ...Id I I doe in' the liody are liluoil vessels 1 OR WIDE DESIGN USELESS OR TUllE.TYP!
[ outdoor patio NOflClT :
garage:! ,
PUBLIC 9 the hiiheit bidder it the court and changes in. the vascular
I I pit No down payment $80 moPinccrest WASHING MACHINE REPAIR: inuu door on the fire Monday In to lictlir iidvant4K I '/j Ton 6\ Cyl.WII'I .
Sub.division, Bowen P make. Stoves cleaned NOTICE TO CRI'IIITOft'tLORIIIA ; Month of March. IWM which li the :r.r.cUllrt'cli.= rye Observations, :I 4 FOR
any I STATtTBSIV 2nd day of March, I'.MDeled $39:( > Now $295
of the blood vcsitls ill the
0, Box 586 tic Buy, sell, repair used furniture THE COIHT OF Till! COUNT"IVII..F thle Hit day :nf January 1 retina of the furnish infur.
: NASSAU COUNTY, FLOE
Yulee 225-5294 etc /iD, 0 0X1.FYClerk eye
Ph Hester'l.
(IPMITMENT. furnished 14 South IDA IV PROIIATEIn of Circuit Court nfNaiiau million said to be Ijetlir than 1953 Ford 49
.
re F.tiile ofHARRIFTT County, rinrlrfn mukt offered by other pliysiialor
Till Street Phone 261-4689 tic
,
0 MOOR Decease 4t 110: it. II W
Utj 49
To All Creditors sn4 Persuns Havlitf lulinratory t PI Ton V8
Business
OUR ROOM! furnished apt Prefer I I Claims ..Demaaas, AI.lnll& SaM. Es- Such examination. of tile eye Two
I Sneed Itear Axle 1
month BIO stet' 1_ PUBLIC NOTICE it done with an i>pl>llulnm-
10.35
senior couple $ OpportunitiesDEALER You and r of yuu4 srd herkynnlified \OTICt!: scope An oplithaliiuiwuue l II apirfurated Speed Tninn. 4 ,0(10( Actuiil .
N, Fletcher Phone 2.l(. 4234. rcg"tre'I n prenent
I any
All rrgletered v'.lern who have nnreturned ( mirror dniKiicd to t Mi lew.
.llIlm. and "trmandu which .
non or
J30P : their' r.n..1 card.. whirl
throw tout lulu the inttrior of
___ WANTED Mary Carter either 'd of ymi. may have, ucniset d.the were lent out In O"l.her, l by the :81stof tin and allow sane. of the \\11'4 *H ratan Harriet Ii eye
ALEXANDER APTS. I Paint products at Fernandina I I "U"I"::" January will he wllhilrj Tram .
'' regard. h'le as If! the the bofkl end will have tn come tn light' returning( from the patient coon; SIIAPK l.i(_uu a'Iliut"uai'J1f ua .1 __ ..,
Beach Can have other line of County Judge of Nassau Cnumy, '
APART.
IODF.RIFl'RS'SIIED:/ the lupervmnra nfllre In person In s rye to enter the rye of
MFM 337 N. Fletcher Hoi$ products or business Phone 724HH 'I nf Flutlin said. et Coumy hie nftlee al Fernjndlna In the court I Bejrh hose,, he r."d' the dm tor. 'I/'his instrument Our Nag Tru.da. idenliAed by Mrdellio" qod chop Slab ireOUARANTIUD

water furnished WO month year er write 1553 University Florida. within nio calendar months I Signed nulirs it possible fur "pliyiiiiatisto 1955 English Ford :
2G1/ : Blvd.. Jax. Mr. Kane Fbp' from the time ff the tint publication fI".rv..r' 'nunlv nReglitratlnn, study the inner surface of a I I. A..lnol AefrrN In wnrkm.o.hlp and laaterh i durlng Itfe ot land.
round. Apply Apt. 1 Plume __ I II I of Its,. notice Two copies of each N.naau Nfl Marie 11. SlruaIt palirut'.ye and note clunges Panel Truck [.. A.n.l, n..rm.1 cad haurda 'lenid ..nolr.bl. p..1 eae'wrkn'I
.
tfeYV.EE. /or U menthe
4325 claim nr demand hail be In writingand I ''n .oroI. p..n..r car Side
1-to: in the optic nerve and the blood ..... .
I shall state the place nf residence $125 prpl.rem proroh.J o. bred war Sid.cooed w 110' "rte "nett'f
bed : WANTED I'and punt nitre address of the claim VP.SI.Not| only are the earliest limo of .d.n
modern two :
large f
I I I an and .hull he sworn to by the PUBLIC NOTICE signS of hardening of the --rm. I'm'
room house, carport. Also large claimant' his agent nr attorney and nonce n iirnrnv LIVEN that arttruk. detectable, but rrtmilchtinK" Stop by this week. _
modern two bedroom duplex trained ) pccompanled' by a filing fe* of one I ran be observed that :
for JANUARY
WANTED Cord home jn order dated 24th IINK
I duller and su<'h claim or demand nut
apartment carport Beth near. watch dm, also 2 ten-ucek.eld 10 filed h.ill he v"Id has been Issued' by the undersigned indicate high blood ,prrsmire, end and take a look
authnrirlng the name of the Oil K,'rewHO diabetes, nephritis bum
I tumorand
Terminal reasonable. Pb If urn V BeugnetAs
Bag puppies' 261-5657, JKIp executnr of the Last win I :'K; MARION olficlil" number 21541 tubrrculoui meningitis at these used cars
'I firttont
J3UCMCE > SEA ,
225 S374 Harriet O weal. deceased morel) by DI FP THAWIFJHINC (
-. of whlih ftRNANDINA I{rACMFLA The! ancient >rerk, Arabian
-
nf
and T..cdm.nl
| CLEAN, furnished apart. SITUATIONWANTED Fiat pulilitatmn Jjnu.rv 21. 14Thos Is the hone p'or'0 ,lie changed I Ito 1 and J I CAPTAIN NtrF.TIII cataracts of the but it
,
Atlantic : J show. Jr Attorney rye
Adults 130
Trent. only
THOMAS II HAIL only about I'M') )
41 123 JO ] |IS wa yean metthat
Ave Plume 201-4835 tic I ... __ : Deputy Collector nf Customs the oplithalmmcope was LASSERREMOTOR
: In i hargeSigitjture BEACH SUPPLY
II WILL ( and Title) devised IIermann von Htlm-
{PRIVATE ROOM: half block KEEP children In my home I Trade At Home port :c,7 fernmdlnit Beech I holt, st. the age of 26 driiKneilthe CO. 2614182I
Its Atlantic Avenue Phone
Post Office Private entrance for working mothers. 2 yrs. up Iurld4 instrument. Many physicians .

Phone 261.SIM 261-4341 tIc 130 N. eth St F6c <( or 41 1 :90, i-a, 13. 20 .. Ir... laa'lala' .. .






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h Twelve Newe-Leader, Fernandina BeacH Florida Thursday, January 30,
r 19G'11 "
State Board Of Health Receivingii
At The Churches I
ranked third and fifth In total re- I 1 a
tucccineer Trail Has 327,348 Vehicles venue. SPRINGIULL Applications For Dental Scholarships KA08gid688A$
I The Mathews Bridge oldest of BAPTIST i FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I .
:' Jacksonville projects accommodated CHURCH I CHURCH I ,
h i 1963 For Revenue of $188,361 11.1H7.I'M! vehicles and returned State Hiway 107 Naiwiufille i Rev John l)
1746.817 while the Trout River,, Rev Dan E. Wade, Pastor {Church School...... 9.45: A.M. ,i Board of Health today said it I years, be of good character and In
:M' was another record-breaking i revenue than any other project but project produced $687,681 from 3,* Pantori Prayer Time i Worship Service ..... .. 11:00: A.M. would receive applications for need of financial assistance. The
year at revenue from the Slate ''Indications are this Is the lout year !IHV1.807 vehicles (For Men) '..,._'''''.__..' 7 i.m. Youth Meetings ..?.?. 6:00: P.M. 101 I' student must agree to practice for
Road Department's 12 toll projects I the Skyway will lead In revenue. Pinvllai St. Sunday School ........... 9:45: a.m. I Church School...... ... 7:30: P.M.I I dental scholarships until April 15. one year In a Florida community
The Boyway linking
reduced! f9.337.R43 jump of at.mast Morning Worship .......... 11 a.m. I ft Only students who have completed needing his services fur every yearof
a ,
The Skyway earned $2 Training Union .......... 8:15 ST. rUIKK-M scholarship accepted.The .
$1.2 million over the previous commodating 1.981,814 vehicles 'IIIl'achlnd DvSolo Key ranked : p.m. triMOI'ALCHURCH I II pre-dcntal studies are 1'11.1|
Evening Worship ....... 7:30: p.m. ; Bible for the scholarships I which I set the scholarship
rjnord i Legislature up
year. while the Fuller Warren Bridge on sixth In (Dial revenue with $388,878from 'I I I
Wednesday: The Rev Jamee I U. Ellisor, Rector worth
are $1,000 a year for as program to provide dentists
e revenue traffic also set a new the Jacksonville Expressway System 1,176,809 vehicles. The Bay.
Men's Hour of Power ..- 7 p.m i:30: ( A.M. Holy communion much as four yean High school In Florida communities needing
Itvord' as 673,993 vehicles paid ran a close second In total way was' opened to traffic Dcecm- I
Prayer Service ....... 7:30: 10.UO A.M. Choral Eucharist students
p.m. : ,
are not eligible. I dental services T
to travel the roads and bridges revenue, producing 000,91ft while I her 21. 1962.blundiee "
'torn Draper Director of Revenue accommodating 12,742,365 vehicle I j "Whosoever will may conn. 11:15: A.M. Church School The scholarships are reviewed ;I There are now 27 student studyIng ,
Cor.
County'i facilities
5.00: ( P.M. Episcopal Young by the Stale Board of Dental Lx.amtners. under the program In out ofstate
for the State Road De.
rejects I The Skyway total was $74872 ten and Anna Marla Bridget from I j NORTH 14th STREET Churchmen .
I Applicants who are ac1ceptcd universities. Florida does nothave
partment, said the 12 facilities above the 12 figure with 72,614 the mainland to Anna Marla Island 'I
BAPTIST CHURCH: I
This Is the schedule of
I ( every must be citizens and have a dental m nt Bug Fired
iatch Include 14 bridges two tollMads more vehicles while I the WarrenBridge returned! $282,250 from 1,881,2581 9:45: a.m. __..__...?. Sunday School Sunday with the exception of the -- school---- -
and one ferry had a com- I handled 1,610,207 more veIhleln vehicles I 11:00: / am ?-.._ Morning Womni| last Sunday of the month)

Ward Increase of 146 per cent In I than the previous year with The Buccaneer Trail northeast of 6:30: p.m. .?...........?............ BTU LAST SUNDAY OF THE |
1M3 over the previous record year. I a revenue Increase of $256,164 Jal'ksonvlllc.l'hll'h Includes the 7:30: p.m. .... Evening Worship MONTH
r The number of vehicles traveling Toll facilities on the Warren I terry between Fort George and 7:30: p.m. Md-Week Services 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion I
tke loll roads and bridges was at,7T4.284
Bridge collect IS cents for a pas Mayport, accommodated 372,348vchklcs I Wednesday 10.00: ( A.M. Morning Prayer
Increase over 1962 and for a total $188,361 revenue,
senger car while Skyway attendants and Sermon
11,189,627 more was collected dur. collect $1 for the same type The Pensacola Beach Bridge ST. MIWIAEL S CATHOLIC 11:15 A.M. Church School Right Soft
1963 than the previous As Rain WaterBY
leg year. vehicle. i handled 1.892,612 vehicles produc. CHURCH 6:00: P.M. Episcopal Young
The Sunshine Skyway across
J The Miami Airport Expressway Ing $184,607 In revenue. Ret. W. J. Holmes, Pastor
'Sewer Tampa Bay produced more Churchmentr
handled the largest traffic load | The Bennett Causeway! leadingto Sunday Mesa ?.??._ ;2nd,! 4th ft
,during the 12-month period with Cape Kennedy, opened to traffic Sunday _____ 7:30: ..m. CHURCH OF CHRIST
113,359,322 vehicles passing through i October 10 1963. earned $91,377 as Sunday Man .._.._?.._._. lit, 3rd South 14th Street
Cooper's Laundry I Its loll facilities The project rankled -601,876 I vehicles traveled the causeway 6th Sunday, 11:30: am. Kenneth L. Junes, Minister I
I fourth In total revenue with $!,- I system In the last three" months Monday, Young People 7 p.m. I Sunday: Bible Study..10.00: a.m. '

I 343.554, a big Increase over the |10c the year. V' Daily ........_.,..........mti 8 a.m. Morning Worship ... 11:00: a.m.
Coin-Operated (1,288,363 of 1962. Motorists In passenger I Mortln County's three. bridges, Saturday ?....?... Convent Chapel Evening Worship ... 7:00: p.m. I
cars pay 10 cents to use the the Jensen Bridge and bridges over 6:30 Communion In Convent THE LINDSAY COMPANYDIVISION
Laundry and Dry Airport Expressway the St. Lucie and Indian Riven 0:30: P.M. Young Paople'i BirthsI I
from June Illegitimate
I reed tolls 19
CleaningMrs. Draper said the total traffic of were oq Meeting.
I' 1963 but In the first I five and a half '*
over 13 million was the first time tr tl
Doris Howard, any State toll facility had accommodated months the facllitieft'earned'' $40. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Take Sharp Rise
676 from 368,978 vehicles In 1962
OF
such i volume. Rev E. A. Lewii. Pastor
Manager14th the project earned $73,604 from 633.
I The Mathews Bridge and the 10:00: a.m. ____ Sunday School
& Beech Street' i Trout River Bridge, the other twoJacksonville 722 vehicles Lln Santa 11:00: a.m. ?._...._ Worship Service In Past 1 10 Years
The Navarre Bridge 8:30: C. A. Youth Services
Expressway facilities, p.m. ?
I Rosa County was used by 199,408 I 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service JACKSONVILLE State Union Tank Car
vehicles paying $24,241 for the fa- todayTI : Company
I fhunday mid week itrrlce Board of Health said Rte !
cility.
7:30: p.m. birth ratio per 1,000 population of]
CURRENT GAS PRICES: Illegitimate babies In Florida has'

Esso Extra High Test ._. 33.9 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. risen 20 per cent In 10 yeari.
I J. T. Dunnam Pastor I Comparing 1952 figures with
Esso Regular ...... ._.. ..... 28.9 i RUBBER
-- ?-r VYonblp Service: 1:80: A.M. those of 1962 Everett H. Williams, Featuring Fiberglass Tanks
11:00: A.M. I' Jr., director of the board's Bureau
Moil can run fine as our REGULAR GAS.
Why not try a tank fall la year. ear aad lave STAMPSAny 7:30: P.M. of Vital Statistics said "Some of
a.w yur a little money. We appreciate your business Sunday School ?__._ 9:48 A.M. this may be due to better report. Guaranteed For Owner's Lifetime
aad believe you will like the service and at- Size Training Union ?..?...._ 8:15: P.M. Ing but mostly It represents a true
lotion we give your car. Any Shape Prayer Service _?.___ Wednesday rise."
7:30: P.M In 1952: there were 74,219 births
Holly Henderson, Mgr. Inquire At -trtr '* reported 5,989 illegitimate In
NewsLeaderPhones CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1962 there were 115,248 births reported Other Models AvailableA
Bailey Road 11,149 Illegitimate.
ESSO SERVICE J. C. BYRD, PASTOR Williams said Illegitimate birth "I-

Sunday School .. ........_ 10 A.M. nun-white'
? rose among while and
... 629 8. 8th Street 216.3686 261.3687 I Morning Worship _.......... 11 A.M.' during the decade but the ratio for Model To Fit Any Budget

Evening. Service ......... 7:30 P.M. non-white was still about nine times II i
.-- ft *
__ that of the white race.
FIVE POINTS BAPTIST He said that compared with
FElEIIU'tr" CHURCHJ. f
u .a "Florlda's'ratio
country-wide figures
I W. Keen, Pastor
of illegitimates It considerably .
:45 __ .. School
; '.m. H' Sunday higher. This ii due almost en. Call Collect 725-6311
11:00: a.m. ....__ Morning Worship tirely to the higher proportion of
8.80: p.m. _...._... Training Union I pon.\\hites In Florida and the hlghcr .
.'::30 p.m. _.._ Evening Worship | ratio of Florida non-whites over
Vedneiday prayer service, 7:31' j U. S non-whites The United States

p.m. and Florida ratios for the while FOR SERVICE CALL JOHN ( ) REID
Speedy
'* '* '* t rice show little differences over ,
CHURCH OP GOD the past 20 years.' "
HI-FASHION DEPARTMENT STORE Cor. 4th and Cedar Ste.Rev. _He said 70 per cent of the Illegitimate .
L. Marvin Johnion, Pastor births In 12 were to moth. Phone 261-5316 Fernondina Beach Florida
Phone 261.3807 era under 25, a slight increase over ,
10:00: a.m. ?.___. Sunday School the 1952 figure.Trade. I
Hi-Fashion High QualityHIGH 11:00: a.m. __... Morning Service i .
/PC. Friday Evening 7:30: p.m.

PRICED LINES AT HALF PRICE OR LESS r.80 Prayer: fjt meeting>. ..?.. ...-Evening Wednesday Service- At Home I _

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COMPARE WITH ANY STORE ANYWHERE AND RETURN FOR FULL CASH i 7:30 p.m.
REFUND IF NOT 30'LESS!: THAN ANY STOR OR MAIL\ ORDER CATA fT 'R'r:
LOGUE FOR THE SAME ITEM. CHURCH OF GOD OF I

:; -FANCY ESKIMO COATSWith Ladies Regular $7.98 I H.PROPHECYRev. C. Urury, Pastor

PENNY LOAFERS 19:00: ..m. ...?....... Sunday School l This FRIGIDAIRE needs
'. Hood 11 a.m. .............. Morning Servke Dryer
Sizes 8.14 Reg. $16.95 Genuine Moos. Sires! I 5 to 10 A, B, and C 7:45: p.m. .......... Evening Service:

.. .,.. Now Only $5.00 Widths 7:45: p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Service .
Only 8 Left In Stock Now Only $3.98MEN'S for young people.

-Men'e Women's WOOL BOOT SOCKSFull ST. PAUL'SLUTHERANCHURCH NO venting NO plumbing !

WOOL TOP SLIPPER I SOX or Medium Length Grey Only Amelia City Near Intersection ,

'Fancy Patterns, Assorted Colors With Red Band At Top Fine Sports. AU

'.. Regular $1.98 mens Socks Regular $2.98. I, A. F. Cerbhardt Pastor

Now 49c_ Yes, 4c_ Only 49c Pair .00: a.m. '*- Morning trtr Service
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-.. BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH =_ Not ont cent for !
0 Men'sACRILANNYLON MEN'S TIES 1 42* South 6th Street plumbing or venting Exclusive

/ SOCKS Famous Brand, Nationally Advertised Rev.. C. W. Page, Pastor Frigidaire Filtrator removes moisture from air

Fancy Patterns Reg. 79c Regular $2.50 Each .:Sunday Services: automatically Into spill-proof disposal y
I 10:00 A.M. _. ... Sunday School pan.
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One for $2.50 ? ? -
Now 3 Pro for $1.00 Buy 11:00: A.M. Morning Worsht' \ \

While They Last__ _GET ONE FREE __ 41:30: p.m. ...................... ? B.T.U Automatic Dry control thinks for itself; shuts
Boys and Girls Ladies Seamless II" 7-00: P.M. Men'i Prayer Service dryer off automatically when clothes are just-rlght

SKI PANTS NYLON MESH STOCKINGSFirst 1 Tuesdays:ISO p.m.. Evening Worship dry. Or time drying yourself.

Quilted, Assorted Colors Sizes 2 to 8 Quality Sizes 8 and 6 to 14 Keg. $5.98 Black Magic Paris Cafe Winter I tl-tr
Now Shades Reg. $1.25 Each I TABERNACLE BAPTIST
Only $1.00 CHURCH Fast, gentle Flawing Heat dries
Now 2 Pr for $1'.00Boy's : your wash breeze. T
While They Last Amelia Road Phone 261.3487I
.. fresh
safer than sunshine. Tumbles clothes
--=-- --- gently.
I Rev. Loyd Chambers, Pastor
)Fleece LinedSWEATER Knit 1 Sunday School.......?...? 10 n.m. I Ends line-drying wear and tear.
SHIRTSMen's FOOTBALL PAJAMASSizes Morning Worship "H..H"". 11 a.m.

Best Quality, Heavy Weight 6 to 18 Beg. $$4.98 I Evening Worship ?......._ 7 p.m '' Easy-reach, no-stoop lint screen Is right on the door.
Black, Red, Blue. $1.49 i Wednesday Service .... "M 7 p.m. ,,
-. Grey Reg. $3.98 Now ;: I h -tr Fine mesh traps even tiny particles.
Now $1.00 Each -- -
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MEMORIAL METHOD'BTCHURCH
DEAL"You
-- BEST RUG ,! Porcelain Enameled drum won't snag delicates
Appliued| LinenTABLECLOTH Will Ever Find 1 Nelson 1'. Moyer. Pastor I

0:15: a.m. _._....... Sunday School
With 6 I Gay, Bright and Pastel Colors One 111:00 a.m. ._.... Morning< Worship
Napkins I Lot Regular $5,98 .
Assorted Colors '8:15 p.m. __ MYF Supper A ProI
Size
52x70()
Now $2.98 I
Regular $5.98 grami 'I
$16.95 Rug 7SO ,.m. __ WorshipPRINt'E Model OOr 14
Evening
Now
$2.98 ft 4 colon of white p
-- -... -- Now Only $8.98 OF PEACE
Towel Sets and Shower Curtain Sets LUTHERAN CllfRCH
Beautiful and Unusual Assortment of $14.95 Fancy Print I Donald R. Himmelmait, Pastor 1LIBERAL
Cojors. QUILTED I NYLON ROBES Phone 261-5634 -

HALF PRICE : Sunday School........ .... 9:45: a. m.
: Sizes 10 to 18
Worship Service.. 11:00: a. m.
-Return Them for Full Cash Refund If Now Only $5.98 SHOP
various homes)
(Held at members
'Not.30"0() Less Than '
Any Other Store -
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Wednesday: Mld< -Week Bible TRADE-IN .
Anywhere. $1.98 Ladies, Men's and ('hihlrl" ', I Study . 7:30 p.m. LOCALLY .
SUMMER SCUFFS Thursday! Ladies Class 10:30: a.m. ,
$2:98-HUGE: BOW-APRONS-
(Held various members homes) ALLOWANCES ondSAVE'
For: Waitresses Rubber Soles, White and Pastel Colors
\ and :Maids White, ft ft
Perky, Several :Styles and Various Black and Dark (Color PINE GROVE BAPTISTCH'RCII
Sues. Your Choice 50c Pr

'. S M( L With Pockets While They Last Rev. A. Z. Knight Pastor easy
---- -- y Sunday School ... ._.... 0:45:( am. I
Remember The Best of The Famous Brands For Half Price or Morning Warship .. .._? 11 am''I I
11:00 a.m. ._. ... Morning Servici spublic
Return For Full Cash Refunds, at. 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service ; 1


:':til-fashion Department Store 7:30:People p.m. Wednesday V.L.B.W.M.B.Young Florida/ Utilities Co.

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