Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00060
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century '" '""Hit f1 VUV Y"4Femanmtra FL.Oft'OAHISTO"'t.' '

Of Service ] Jt] '" bur For Local Best Medium News

In Nassau County seam eW5-1 en er And Advertising

Stncl ISM Abiartwd by Purchase, Ucricr or SuccDisInn, The riorlda Now. The Emt I larldlnn", Tn. Peninsula, Th. 'oroonono.ou"or, In. Island Cuv ttraiuvmu
Fi-rniinitin !: ,
vuwnrt Exprvu Th rrrnnnelina Newi.. The Klurldu Mirru-, Tin Njn.iu COUOD Slur. The Nrwrn
tennuiielini Ne"e.R"Cfltd NUKIIIU Couinj fonder The Outlook The tlorlrtii.e.forili. Ne*. The I 10'' ,uiilnNe, '

VOLUME 105 NUMBER 23 = ._ _____ _._ (FERNAXDINA BEACH.( f'LOHW.\-rJll'I) lIA\) '. FElII! I I A1t\! :20. 10C.I I 12 1'AdKS: THIS ISSUE:} I stIr"I .I'KK.: COPYud4'adrn'


/ ;I Kolb* To*, Defend*. Title* '. In 64* *Golden+ Crown- nuis! IITTIK Prixin : Rep.Ic 1 Address George County Stone Date Draws Near- --- I

'- }:lilris'a lor the }'uul'thnllllll!

r i' Gulden Crown Pilx In be hold [ducntors' Meeting

iluuli< ., .mil A at (ho Feinaiid.11,1 For Qualifying In
Stale HopicKi'iilnluc (ieorjie I)I.I I.
'" 'onch 'II 1111111'111111lfllol'l.i : I t. aio lap. "M : Ficinnbla: / Countv II ill he i

I .' ( ullv lulnu received h.' olllu.ils I< ofI h,' mie-Hl t speaker nl a Joint meet.up .
I Ih(' Spoilt Car Cluli of ,\nicnui
Fereandina Beach wit In the ol the1 Classoom) Teachers
.1 the state today an Governor ; I: The rue hiv alliueled. over ::111)() inIrani \. \ .
Ferris Bryant held hit weekly new I r I ) lo d.ite I'epieseiilniL noun e.illonimi. t Ii( he held Ti'ewliiv; 64
conference in Tallahassee. Bryant ,.' ,,,, ''ii l I tile 'lop drivers lit\ the soiitheis KHiniatZllli.. ul Culliili.in IlinhSi : County Races '
I'niled .
who bal expressed added lnlrret.1 I < em Statt'n.Pnu'lis'iiiiiiiii hool I ul ZIII: p.m. 1
recently In the proposed bridge : '' ,uain this ,,'::1hll'III' \' (i-

from Fernandina Beach to St.Mary1 L:: ';: ( Kolb (Ihl' winner .. ; .vear's Gulden:,, Crown Pilx ,
". Ga.. had this to say "A I 1\.111.. Rep. Claude fiee-hiilili-l will he up .lor ITlec
feasibility study Is being made on I II whose> hi me I I. III :Ml.mil FloiUl.i, Wingatc tion tills Scar Those! ullh Inleii-

the proposed bridge between Geor. C'HAKUE HOUi. winner of the feature rae of lnt jear'H Golden; Crown i PriIn: Car will, II(' ihMim, a i'iirso'ils''' .SpiiU-r To Seek Reelection; I HIIU of IIIIIIIIIIK me rl"llIlr'd| In

rl If and Florida. The bridge would ] No. II, will return to defend his title in th 'H veir'n flirl'. .\lusi ictiiinlim lur tills ,MIIeveni : \ Qualified Tuesday (|,i.illf.. > 55 ills Clerk of Hie Cit tilt
join the Amelia and Tiger River | In linger llrflln ol San J ian Cleik i I). (\I \Oxli'.v laths i'i'ut IIINIII of

In the mouth af the SI. Mary's I II I'lieitii Hieo llelller. a eolmli Nussm Count( )' liepiesenl.il''is(' Mil 1'1'11 3 anil noon' of M.inli 17.

River." (My thaaki to Radio Station Commissioner Ben Sorensen Clarifies Volunteer Workers dl h rl' who llnllled spectator a> Claude Wmnnie/ was ninnim l'nniniiv (Ihlt') > Is jininiu' I ihose! "hlt"1II
W.PAP for this timely tip on he drove his Lola lo tun Mitoili .,,'kllill rerli'e'Hint ol cler. he up lor reelection' All lire for
I subject near and dear to the I III 1 190,1! ) m expeited 10 In a HI .mmcontender I lion is the CIIHC m.i.v' III', who four your "','m..

hearts ol most l In thin area.): I| Stand In Urging Improvements At Beach To Canvass City lor Hie billet l.ildci. 'qualified with Seeiel.iry" III Nif; A|'|s>uimu on (Ihl' bullots will, lie:

ft Ciunn Pilx cli.impionshliinolher ; : 1'0111dllIllH Tiii-sd.i for tins >c'ur\ 1 h.1.1.1', ler I Ihl' lliMrd' of Cwinly

While the construction of Inter I The rr"1.I.ead'r has received a L menu at the Rolf course mid only .\ onlsl.indinti,. diner uhoKe camii.iliiM: lu st.ile $posts (oiiimU|"'mis. Iniiiiiiln-nt/ are

talc Route 95 through Nassau I great number nf Inquiries uiul I I around $lno!
County or the fourlanlng of U. S. comment, both pro and con tm system and paving of the I Sl's l'lis nf Miami Splint III hh d.ilos iiiililviim.| Intense i-liniti ikn- MiKe-ndie-e, Hist. 3, und Jim 1'hn.<

17 are being held up traffic fin- the suKKcsllon of City Cimmissioncr 1 parking lot, thaI n in.ijor.. pail ofI volunteer( army to conduct! HIP I'nrsiho G! T Super' !111! \ eotnplete/ lid will umlonhledlv, t lilt< iiniliTwiiy I1IUS, I Illkl Jl ,
ares show that Interstate Routes Ben Sorcnse-n that suiplus tiinnir I I he al>llroxlmate0.000( surplus Heart Sunday dimr-lo-donr. canvass list ol |iiliciinls| will he piibliKh In the next few 11.1\'H. (Ju.ihflu' ;! I l, Slu-iill I II I. J. 'ouiiKhlooel I, In.
73 and 10 are currying bumper from a l-TiOCWO revenue certill- should lie used for pddltlllnall"l'ker In Kcrnundma Bench on the ed ul a liter, il.ile fur si.MI-, \ oil ices ends at noon' on 'lIlIIbl'ol

crops of tourists. Most of these eaten Issue be used for Improvement Phil rest roem facilities. II was ''week-end of Fcbi-miry 23 bcRan: Adv.inie: lie'kits are nUll on suit M.inh 3.VAInuulf. Tax (Collector Iu''a lldll. uranus.

tourists are being steered away of hcmh facilities from the East Coast and are !being for added Improvements lit the gulf this nalure are tramped mid not leadership of Mrs' !Meicury Kavouklli. inemlxT nl the local/ J.i.veecs er b.vculliiitf oil k'II,1, iiiiniiiinieniint, In the vol A,.' I's.nr. Kdillo: Mc Kt'ndl''l',
funneled down the center of the I : ; : ers ol :NIISNIIII? ('uIIIII In next I h1t'ull1l"1I1.
course. represenlalKe of the high calibic Her appolntminl' an I ll'artSunday / 21il.I5111.(> : riie price for u )
,at ale. If this Is In the best Interest Many feel that since up to SiOD, lor the local course, chairman sos announced comilelc| 51,' 'k.C'lId of e\cltini me week', ISMIC of (News-l.euiler.: Coiinlv Jiiiluc. J. K.: I iCeiiel Weu-
of this area, I fall to see Once I 000lal allocated for Impiuvc. (lit the olhor hiiml I by ltd bert Wm Fishier vho Isheading tog w ill he $"> OUI' /| sm'Ions of %2 (HI, Now scrtlnif his fouilh .Icim. III ------ the-l'foiel, hll'lIml"1.Sill' .
JR 75 connects with the Sunshine many feel ;\ :: ; : I the House, Hep stunt' l Is our of !. of Pulilic Inslrucli\
Imit the ucuh the monlh-lontf Hour if sill uilvuncc ticket Is |1I1I1''IIi'M'd.' John
itcrcaliun area has (h,' Icmhim Chamber
State Parkway which already extends ] Fund drive which continues through -- for the I Hears \elsni-r IncunilH-nt/
been bypassed for lar I IlU: long and Spe.iker id thc House of .
north to Wildwood this flow 1I'pfl'sl'n.11.IIII'rs of
will Increase McKendree PromotedTo I that since only a small! mount 1 Is February 29. I In l 1'N.rI KcKlsliulion, Mrt
People are creaturesof Kiwanians Hear :M.I
litSln.m, Inciimbenl.
I '
I Efforts Plans
allocated will be nuido lo enroll For
now from the I
habit. If they become accustom Marianna Post certificate Issue for the beach revenue, that 'about 50 Heart volunteers In (his I i Since: Ills election' lie lois seiv. Pageant lloind of I'uhllc lust\i'ut I Ion In.
ed to another route through the I I led coiiliiineHisly on the- cunilKiila
Appropriations I lire Iliihcit VanXanl,
stale It my be difficult to lure I J. D. DauKherty division man- !the at'ra.Soretisen's surplus. should be spent In that I community out that they' she will said b(' flmonx pointing I Iho' ,I Alday Report On I Conimlllee unel In bull! was As Fiesta FeatureI Dist 2. uml, Chillies II. Jones,
them back to the coastal areas ages of the Florida Public Uililics : spe'uker Pio Temporu of Ihe i List 4.
1.710.KM( III I Hie nation ii tie will
The time Is now for a little constructive I Co. announced tuday tlwl W. J.JIIcK'ndret1 siiBKc'bliiin cunie at call their Container Products I House. (Continued em page three)
on nc-luhbuis In itnerv.
lust I Directors of the ."('rIlOlIl.11I11.' lli h
thinking along thli line. has been named Assistant Commission meeting I I of Heart A ttMchcr by olesslon. he has ""RC -
when plans for added lucililics ai'' ancc Sunday C'hamlier of Commeree, filleting
Superintendent* of the Electric servi-cl us piehiilenl ol the Kscam-:
Heart disease Is the greatest and Water Department or the the gulf couise weie pl'e ('nl'd 10,1I1l' 'Heurt Fund volunteers serve a JllIr/1lln; : : Ald.iv. sules! miin.ii, bin Filial, ion ASKII, Monelnv lit monihlv session III the !Barnes Funeral
,,.... Commission twofold ," Mrs. Kuvuukllsexplnlned tin seivecl Teaslelo: Inn he-aid MM. Jay B.iil.
for purpose
killer still at large In our midst to F '-'-" In Mariiniitta.n COII.id'ralion.j al Cinulner Corporation, spoke( lo 1 HS sidle- pickldenl' of Ayrlculliirv.
day. The diseases of the heart and McKenelrce who Upon Soiciiscn's suKgcMiiui Major "Thev serve as iiluca.tlonal Kiwani.niH on Monday niuhl on lhcpi '1. Teue'hers: %son.. and Is a :inenilwr; : :II : I els tell, of plnns for a hlslorlcnl
E.: J. Johnsl Jr.. ambassadors leaving al ,piilfonnl n. a fenlure of (th Colilen Held Tuesday At
blood vessels account for 54'f of caves Ihe post a said tiuU he be. OKI ess S huh Ills compinv haM 1 I ol Hie ;Nilional/,' Viealionnl ASKII (
all deaths Strike a blow against f Service J Ic- I lev ed the matter should lit1 studied' each homo! a leaflet contalniim Important mudu In the ('''111 '//lIlI'r operallun III I'lWi'! ho was hfltHlvd! one eif Crown .Fli'slM held herp a III1UII II)'
this threat when Heart (Continued on six) Information about hem I during the list several III euilv June. j
a Fund lartmcnl For('. lingo I ) 111'8 I live leueheis, III the stale, i nih.. ui. i First Presbyterian
disease Thev' also receive Heart Mrs. 1III1'h'I., president of lhe I|
volunteer calls
on you Sunday. lan here has He Vx s liii 'id us''i I b.v Kiss ullla" (Continued! on I'IIKII Six)
Fund contributions Dime-nil L Clinch Historical' SIHIO.
Give generously, that your loved >ccn with t h c .:l'c"1 Klvln: pioiinm ch.iiiiDiin/ )
ones and others live longer In 'Each volunteer will cull on ty of Austin 1 Islnnil und presiele-nl Fum-ral lor Oscar William' 'liar
may ;mpany since Luther A. and outlined the cenipirulivu pio-
the future. 937.UcKendrec's. Perry families In his or her' Immediate ductlon 01 the 1I"htI'III'S. ol the! box I Public DefenderT. eif llu- 'ne-wly approved Amelia Is. nes. lilt, was held al II am. Tues.
neighborhood carrying an oltlcial' land Ih' luralilln unit PreservalluuCoinmlsslon day lit the First Prc-sh.Merlar'
-tt uppointmint ( pldiil heir with thai 1 of Ihe prcst-nt'
Cancel all plans for the weekend Buried Identification envelope to receive said (hut the planni-cl Church with Rev, John l>airier,
time He sail Unit his coni >.
came Irom J. K. Ro. | iny
of March 7-1. This Golden contributions: she said "Heurt Edward Austin l'aloll'alll'uuld leutuie Hie eluht ..pastor. officlallnu Interment fe>l.
year's wan tiiillnuu1lv liuesllitnllnK/ .
borU, FPUC m w
Crown Prix promises to be bigger I that McKcndrce's president varied, who mated I wedneSdaY'j' Fund volunteers need no exper.knee way* of ussihlniK the fuimer and \,. flBSis that have Mown over thin Is. (I 10\\| cod III !Hosque Hello, ('l'mel.ry.I ,
and better than previous experience In allhouuh manyI'ho have the and land during Its eolnrlul limlorvj I \ Baincs died Saturday lte-r.
any year Inboth electrical and piodiiee fruit packer HII Addresses
and there's bound to be plenty, o( tlO,tIl",.made him eminently water lipera'I I i already '*Uined up campaigns have served InprcvlntJa"Ikart H I, iluikc.llii, jiiudiiLt In the mit, ('un.i .. iC'sPubliC i skaR!\ i on l dIt'd flip, 8 that fliffcrMil Iheie perlmls would!With be I l silL:; ,I In'.' ,,*'t'rll.ndln. Beach .huts.pulauf. -0\

excitement II the iports cars 1000r for In.. hew duties / Puneiol. was held Wednesday at i veiiu'iil, eionomltul and effluent: ,
down the strilghtaways and man. I 3 p.m. at the Church of God for I( "W, are looking forward In I manner' Defender T. Edward Austin appioprl.ile" sound and IlKhllnn. The i He cuss a member of the First

enter around the hairpin i turns. Luther A. Perry 48 Rev. Marvin I registering many new volunteers I'3 exhibited newly developed "f the 4lh Judlilal Circuit, WAS puweatil will h(' sluucd' In (the' I're-sbjk'lIan, Church. He was' a

Belter get your tickets now from Johnson, pastor, officiated at the (Continued on page/ two) pap"r boards which ore being gIls'st speaker at Ihn Momliy;, niuhl' ceniiivuid, al Fort Clinch and, ulunii' niemlx-r of Amelia bulge 47 F It
any .Jaycee so you'll be sure to remember Big Game Hunter I service and at graveside at Bos. I treated to add rc'lilueruliun quail. mei-liiiK' of (he Fernundina lleueli with local 'lulenl Ih,' Jux Civic: A M. jiml vi'as recently, awarded a
the dates. Buy the week. Bello 1 iJd.vCecs! Kulli'l I and a Ch.innel 4 personally lifetime membership
que Cemetery
Takes ties doubled and
Over tompresbed lu
end ticket rather than ticket for Luke Sadler SpeakerAt I Mr. Perry.lho made his home Herring add strength, and cut and' pcrloiuted l Ho! sumimirlml Ih(' hlstorle de.tfleipnienls 'liuve atfie-c-d" tu assist. i Mr ll.irnesi' lion .b'r" a resilient
'I III olhir' hiislne-ss ,
)individual days. You'll save quite I : : :; which lo Hit' ,r the ('iuuitut'i'/ |IHlnPrus'eii I of Kirnandlna Heach: for /HA .
at ONeal died adoplalloii y.'au'n.auuil
Sunday In a Jack. t to uccomod.itc I:' various fiulm I ; : :; ; IIJ'I : I Hi' In the .
inn Ipullon effort ,
a bit. Gulf ol I the dcfetuler I! was eiiKaued In the rncrchnn.
sonville Dealership i '
hospital. Ill'las and vcKelublcs Most of the '
an em. ; i( / containers I s e>T the nioKu/lne. "This Ue-ek
tern In rtfll'lda.I./ .. tile btislne-ss from lull until ills
Rotary Meeting plrl '('e of Rivonlcr Inc. lire talloied to meet the named as hl hly In Juekwiiivlllc". to IncludeFer re.
I have that locally He I a conliihiiliillve' / fuelor, the U I thcnicnf In I44I
hopes someone is survived by his widow. specific needs of the pal'lIculltrprodll'c'l' :
niindnm lieueh
I will be In attendance tomorrow I Big game hunter Luke Sadler of Mrs. Evvonnc Perry; four daugh1ters I Jones Has Station S. / IlPI''J1I11111'1. elicinloit, In the inu ('II h', In/ I their und('oilier,' / He! Is survived by one sister !Mrs

FrIday. at the membership meeting Jacksonville was guest speaker at Mrs. Frances Mixon, Barbara Among the InlercslliiK sumiiles' case/ nr r.ldeini vi Walinluhl. (' 11 lined HU''I'UUIIII'I l.rlloy Jink of Fcrnmulinu lleueli;
( on on |1"11(1' ) and niece Mrs. ,
of the Florida Waterways As. I the regular meeting of the Rotary and Eyvonnc, all of Fcrnundina Announcement Is made In I thin he demonstrated HUH a spidul whlih- nrlulnuleil In Paiiumu City, one Gourde /iilou-
soclation In Orlando at the Angc- Club. Beach, and Mrs. Sarah Nell Issue of a change! In tile local dealership container and dispenser combination Florida ttulliiK tlmt a man could dek of Toledo, Intuit

bill Hotel. This group Is aimed at Introduced by Program Chair I IDonnaway, Alexandria City. Ala. : I IS of the Gulf Oil Corp. aed ,if I cieiiled by the company (10 not he! jailed In a lelony case without McKendree; Tells i Pallbearers were!, I. W. Iljrdeu!,

promoting the waterways of the I man, Bill Hogan, Sadler I bhowed;i iI sons Raymond and Donald, I one! of the local Gulf service stations. provide belter and more! sunitury I council.huvlnfl the reorescnlullon" nfl I \Jr.( .Emerson Henry' J Finer, Allison, Frank and F. Newt Will.I .

stale for both commerce and roc- pictures of Angola, located the both of Fcrnandlna Beach John milk piidiictlon It hnd a lever I
on I
real ion and this area Is vitally affected I east coast of Alrlca He tailed it and Robert both of Jacksonville, T C Herring, former operator, controlled spout fur Use when the Of I.KK; ) e'H"'" defended' III the 41hJudll'llIl Lions of County Honoris, Thomas Asklns,

by both. Construction of the the lust "big game frontier'. and EuKcnc Columbus, Ohio: his (lor the! Downtown\ Gulf Service' Mn- containr Is placed 11II\ home re.! Circuit' since July 1 I. :KID : i '

Cross-Florida Barge Canal will I Also Included mother, Mrs E. Perry, Oule.Ihorpc. tlon, has assumed (he local dealership (Continued on logo Six/ Austin said were Gidi'on apiH'als Tax I Mrs. H. W. Fishier
bring a greal number of commercial : In the pk'tines Ga.. 4 sisters, Mrs. Louise fir Ihe Gulf Oil Corp. and lor new Iriuls. anil' "IIHMI new cases Equalization
I were shirts of of Endorsed To Serve
cralt past our door plus pro. spots Inlcrcsl ('11.I Simmons and .Mrs. Cherry Smith, Curl Jones/ Is s'olui'' rut iou the Austin Is assisted In Circuit 4.
tiding: a new route fur pleasure I I Get route' to Anuola such as S\\l'd'n. both of Oul'lImrpe.11'8.: Martha I Downt'iwn' Gulf Servlic Sliillon!. Annual Meeting Of Iniliidinu Nussjii Cliiy, unel !Duvul Keinaiielinn Bench Linns, meillnK On UDC State Board
craft from the Atlantic to the Gulf. I I many Spoilt iI j Perry, Macon Ga., Mrs. Marie herring was all anh'd the' dmler. I Coiinlies, Iiv 5 usslslunlK In !Duvul Tui-siliy' eveninK at Seaside Inn for ...

Already authorized Is a $2467HHi( I I Visiting Rotariani Included B. Payne Atlanta. Ga. 4 brothers ship when It was given up by S. It Chest I County, unit In Clay and Nassau Iliclr i icunlur weekly ineetlii, hniulNuss.in Mrs II" J W. Fishier was ununU
expenditure for the Intracoaslal E. Allison, Momllon. Arkansas; John, Warner Hobbms. Ga, Mcrrow. Jr., who Is now Involved Community Coiinlies, Meicury Kavouklls HITves Coiinlv Tax Assessor Kd: mnuslv endorsed Sutiiielay byme
Waterway from the St. Johns River I Sum Way llawkenhvlllo. Ga.. One I INulter. Brown Uulethorpc, Lcstir, Allan- In a hhrlmpintf venture out of Barbados I In rcKulur und apical/ tuse's.Kavnnklls die j\f' Kc'ndl't'r tell of (he) Tax Ki:II'| 'inheis of Amelia! I Islunel, Chap

to Fort Pierce to provide a 10' x Jacksonville Beaeli, and la. Tom. Reynolds, Ca.; 12 rand- I In (he West Indies I Set For TonightThe Nuid. "Tliut the ease iiiill/jiilon/ proitram/ underway In \tic, :.No. 2KIH: United Daunhterf of
125' channel. Let's get our name Bill Mellon II tile guest of the I children I In the advertisement In tills Is. which sit |ieiedinl In tilts mailer thin ceiunly' ito Confe'ile-raty, lo serve.iu Ilia

In the pot so that our end of the I, program chairman. I Pallbearers were"Mac" Howard I' sue both Herring/ and Jones arc I I wan In Florida, was tory such to I i Clayton Sunelers, proitram chairman Stale Hoard as recorder oF -cross.es. .

Waterway will receive equal treat. I Visiting high school students Daniel Bennett Henry Mot!, A. E, I I pledging a continuation of (the ser. annual miii, log of Ihe I members our credit, In that Florida hud presenled McKcndie-c as a ,, -
mco( as the need arises. I urge I were Woodward Rowland and Bob j Moore Ray Fiveash and Albert vice that has been rendered heretofore of the Nassau County Com.munlly jumped aural of other states asi pus| jircslilent' of the Florida Tax The Invitation to Mrs. Fishier
that- the Chamber of Commerce I Carmen Alvarez. by the dealership and the Chest-l'nlled Fund will be j I I far as ; and facilities:!: .I II Assessors Association and a mem. { 10 >serve In tills responsible Flor.

look Into this organization and sec I ItWit. | station held at the Container Corporation I Guests, of tile local club were the her of an Important committee of Ida Division capacity was rrcelv.
sic are represented In the 'of America Conference Room to. members! of the Jacksonville Beach the National Association I''cd lust wcMik (from Mrs. hug A.

membership. SArs. Joe Vonnoh night Thursday at 8.01p/ mj I Jaycees participating In the DIs.trltt McKendree said that the pro-1 i Tlernim bat vice! president U the
I j All who have cither '
persons 3 vlsitullon pro rum, an Dram was approved for the 11-61 Florida Division.
Buried In Tampa i I contributed to or worked for the! of a stale-wide movement. (fiscal 1 yeur alter t conside'ruble' his. Mrs Fishier oruanl/ed (ho Am.
warble In the
Do you shewcr, I :: I IIIII"lullies
croon aloud when you're driving Community: ; Chest, are considered I A skit on "How/ NOT; to Conduct I I elusion durIng' I past years In' stints I: ; lila Island Chapter In 1911.; aIdu'run'd

alore or sing along with Mit, <'h' 4 Mrs. Avera Lee Vonnoh wife of nls'rnIiu'rn. 1 a Board of Directors! 1\11'1'111I11." | hud been tluriled; alliS; as Its president, fur tWIJyrlll"
you avoid Hinginu! wilt' | Joseph T. Vonnoh, and former resl. An clcition will be held to re. piesented\ by tile visit intf( chili was with Inefficiency of oflicluls uml Under her uniduutu: diet

because you're just n'it dent of Fernandum Ueucli died pi.KCthose" members' of I Hie Hoard ciil'eil' lii h enli'ilulnlnx/ und In. poor huducts., thiipler has more Hum ilouhle-d
Kebriary' II In a Tnmpu hospital.Fum of l On'i'dots whose terms have ex.plred foi'ma live lie (old isO asking for the neccs Its meiiibcrslilp, anil has received
whether C'roBl\
ure you're a
a .;,.lIIlra ? If this Is the CJSB J 'ra| was held Friday ut 2 p mIn Anyone wlslilnu lu m.ike. --.-- -.--- ._ nary funds tu adopt Hit Kiuui'; | onlslaiiilina ri-tuiinltioii In many
Tampa. additional nomimilloiis tan Ill!' hO' I lion |n' have just the group for you. The In addition to her husnind nub by siiliiniltlnu their iioinlnulloni' March 3 "Hats Off" funds could 'IM- piovldid lo Insiir I|i dale, district and niitionul levels)
local chapter of the Society fur the
lis survived by three sisters, Mrs In writing l. either to the srinlaryof Luncheon Promises (Continued; on I'uif Five) I (ContlnumJ on Page Six)
and Encouragement
Maybcll Joyner !Mrs Amy Aeoslj: the IIrl/ani1.lIlIon. I IJ II. Bm'haiiun. .....
of Barber Shop Quartet Singing( In and Mrs. Lourie Vonnoh, all of Jr. or to, the Chairman of' fo Bo Impressive
America Is constantly looking for
: Fernundina Beach. the Nominating Committee, J. 1 1)Duuglicrly .
new talent and you'll be mighty r..d.. : on or before February JtST A KKMINUr.K: : DC. not

welcome. This chapter has festered:; I .. :20 forged/ un Imporlun. event of thc
; I Jaycees Will Not
the Goldin Isle Chorus and barberihop A report of tin orifunlrution's year, the 'Hji I. oif" luncheon'
quartets and these fellows Sell Beer sill| nsore'il by the / .
I I At RacesThe activities this year will also ho lIIIIIIhreysfe.:
have a line lime getting I togetherand I I ,
presented lu the memlieTshlp It metal Hospital, Auxiliary, Tues.
singing. Just week; before lent I' Junior Chamber of Commerce will Iniluilo' a repast from the lay. March 3 fit (lie Kecreallon n
they presented their annual show will not sell beer al the Uilve Chairman, Ira ll to a large and enthusiastic audience I, ( Goldin Crown J'rlx.Ian'lI! 78. U the results (if (he Drive a ru, purl The nursery will be open/ for Ihu
and on Tuesday this week they I was announced by Chock k'is'eini'ken : from the Audit Chxirm.in.' ;, and a children Mrs Carpenter will bo the
performed for just as enthusiastic I | race chairman altcml.int nnel fee of 2.;
report ol the Imposition' of fund<. a I Kill >Mcharucil '
group the Inmates of the State I The Jayccci announced that tiny for each ihilil, -

Prison Camp near Callahan. TIle I I have withdrawn their application All He'kets are It, 2.; and there"

Inmates were so Impressed they I for a license to sell beer at the Fcrnandina Beach will be only 200/ sold Anyone inter
showed Interest In forming singing tf\ races since it was diculeil that It fulfil. In asked to cull Mrs Hen

groups of their own. was not In the best Interest of that Weather I'll'kens, ticket/ chairman/

[ body wenderfiil( menu Is pliiniied.eoiisisliiitf l.
The Florida Marine Welcome .11' u. I Apprwrd Wathtr 81.it Inn of baked. hum. Knullslipeus :
Noutn' Tlh At I.sn'e blnvlL
Station received a big plug from Postoffice To Close *..li Nolan Hipr4tivt OhwrvrrMM pastry snells.; .."nge'd sal-
C. E. Wright In the Sunday Issue of I Mm Ruin ail hot "mils' apple( rUIIuud/ a

the New York Times. Wright. Flur. Saturday, Feb. 22 Thursday. Feb. 13 71 :36; 0 choice- of any cake. Col'Ice and Ion .
Ida correspondent for the Times Friday Feb USlurdHV 01 52 (044'l will he hc-rveel! uluntf' with the pilv-
cited the facilities of the welcome POllmall'r W. H Mellon I announced Feb 13 fill II lleMe ul pu't'vieoiuug( (he newest
station and the success It is enjoying :MISS:: ; I.IMM IIITE, a student of the Julanne School f (his week that the f'ernan- Sunday Feb. 16 70ill: .25 xpnnil hut fushlons. ,I

In a feature article on Florida | of Dance, will perform with the Jacksonville Children'* dina Beach Postoffke will bv closrd Monel.iv lit 17 :ill 42 (II I hats. and door prizes will be fur. -
welcome stations In genera!. Ballet Theatre Friday, February 2H\ aa they dance ")tld. I I all day Saturday Tueseljy Feb 18 Ii' 53 73 nl Nhc'd courtesy of Thelina 'Muux F.II.A. KKI'KKSK.NTATUKS; : : : Kathy Kylunl. I left, andlitrlle

Thinks, C. E., and hurry back for ummer Night's Dream Mallet." Linda la the daughter Melton said (hat (he closing( Is We-dne-seldV, Feb' lei li7 47 (0Th. I You irfiiiiol afFord' to miss this Hauschvrt present City engineer: Jim Heard.with\ Ji

another visit. of Dr and .Mr*. Brad White. I I I for the" annual observance of George ,.,'he' II Iurnl.hod c..urt.u evint or the year The proceed will a check for the purchase of ailditloral trees to he plant.ed .
Uaihlngton'i birthday. JjI j r lar.d. P bll. 1.:111I1111 Ca go for the hospital. I by the city on the rik-ht-of-way on South 14th SUtet'l ,

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Two News-Leader Fernandina Beach Thursdaj February 20 1954 -- circuit $ IOOO: s'xlh' $21008:
Florida I Dunnam Speaks(
.. ... .. A ''seventh $19030: : eighth t,KXKl:
At eleventh $21,000. The member
Young People'sBanquet
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Katie Sterling rom group 1 of the 15th circuit
Sit ASB ITREET PHONES KM 1687 Tapped For Honor r i2tlu5 'jOtt5 I In Jax. I' gets S200TO$21000. The and public from utilities group com 2

A John tl. Perry Newspaper Rev James T. Dunnam pnstoti 14000.
At FSU gels ,
Sorority The Sunshine Girls of Coimtl\ 11 will meet Tuesday at.Irrnuun .
the First
IlIl1 CMdwell, Editor and! MmiMor'NATION i I Baptist Church KM Sularles of the other male if
al the Mnsonle Tctnpli! Refresiments will be served 1 snraker for the Yotinu People
Miss Katie Mac Sterling dauBli MOCK fliers vary from one district t a,
\ ipr of Mrs MaKRle Stcrllna of Old another
@ Ai EDITORIAL Tcmn' was rnp of 342 topranklnifrishmin The Lllt'e! Wrtncn v.1 I meet February 27, at 6 p.m. alI I Jacksonville i Baptist Church! on TAILAHASSFE As Qiallfvlng, for county wide olfleers '.
e L IA S C TI No hrnorcd recent y at are. the Woman Cl uh for a vc.'ed d:ill sippcr jucst speaker Thirsday night February 13. on election! >ear, It will be.IdlRl i t begins al the noon df'rld'llIr'I
will, bJudgj J. F. Sari wh wll I ipeuk on. "Relationship Hw banqwt, was hold I In tiie:
\ 'tF 0 .:J I N'pllcn given by the Dean of Women I >ra F I cult to ten the "" for statewide qualification. March
with Parent All\ r embers are req csted to be prenent S gntTerrace\ Room at the AtInntlc playerC'e:
and the Dean of Men at FlorIda { I Scoreboard, So lineup 3.
I Coast Line Building 11 In '
Slate University: (: The governor: and the cabinet
Jaek ells ,
I The hnnorccs 220 frcshmnn "'omen | ,'-I"wide are running only for (two-vcir
Cnn PublUhed and entered at the Post Office
every rndtt There e
The Pythian Sister will In regular: session Mt n. pecpx
and 122 freshman all terms. under a ccnitltutlii
Fcroandioa Beach, Florida as second clau mail matter mm day evening at 7;20 In slid M'tscalc' Temple n trndnnce: to hrar Hcv. \I), ntain -'I| retinal rfflrri qinl'fv. In November
rondo grade, of 30 amendment approved "
a point/ average t"'e>n noon T esd-'V I r man)8i
Subscription! Rates: i 'Ily 1 "II i speak on "Love Mckcs the
81) cr above bile carrying a full March 3 Ihv the voters They rm' again hlfl
$4 t $225 0 menthe (123 3 Months ) and neon Tuestoy I
year 'World Go MoundF.B.H.S. ,
load. The Fomd;r. Garden Club wtl;:I mart Friday at 3 p.m. for fourvcar term.
: $450 a out A county These candidate are for: giver
year_ n .. _._ The group heard Dr. Dirotlij at the home if Mrs t'. J., Scn-i.cckr al Amel; City with nor. secretory r attf rwy I The first, primary: Ihs! year i k
Co.hex'CSHPS Miss Nits' I B" 'II\I\ find MM fit nry Iljll Cutcptakcr /*: Debates ; 5. A second primary will b"
Hoffman .
dlstlnxulshid prcfpssor or I general sate comptroller statelreearer May
will be nursirjman, 'O. L,. Ociblng.
r the year, speak in "The Price or Medicare With If a't' superintendent t of held May 20.
err Excellence! : '>'ihlle 'Instruction. r""lsqIDnrr ef Tie ."ernll primary li not merely .

Coil) Sprint) of Miami, president Leon High School IIrl'ulturPlle senator memo i for runoffs between csnJIdjiea ..

f Alpha Lambda Delta national ----- _. .- .-- her of HP hose. iti"w, e ccitir '' the lutlonal committeemen and I Icommltlecwomcn
t'M60N3't78A41 ( WC DERQJLDA3A"J001 scholastic! l horn" rary for frcilmai AI Jones and Jeff Davis repre. I"due, fudge rf thin rrult erurt also r'n, at this

SAVING IN A bid w/ \ w11U, ai R 3"TIN w.men, tapped 61 new members In. I tented Ftrnanellita Beach Hl hVhiol Idea" of 'he dls"let, court of spat time. This Is for parties which
1.Cha a 6014E DL' I e'ga_ wTrt T"a 6,0aAti1 eluding Miss SterlingLETTERS At The Churches J today in a debate whit: peal, ojbHc d'f'nder rt'te !I""" I I captjrccl: more\ than 10 per cent if
: w ABa 4'0 ICY I 'KEEP FREEDOM IN II I Leon HIO: Sc'ncl: Tallahassee nay, U. S representative and 17 the vote cast r for tho last govcr

: .. 9 tNTy Ow youR w1SAVINGTt4 FUTURE-u.s. TO NORTH Uth\ STREET: T A IJElt ACI.! OM'TISTI The Fernandlna team defended S senator, ,I nor or rcglalcred), by rcb. 1 .-

.. ""+ U.S4SAVINGC( S BONDS!" HAH 1ST tlllKUlIt : I, tllUKfllm he negative position of the reso In east yu are thinking about" 1 which means, the*' Republicans and

Y 45 em _???....... indsy' School' la Road PAose 2HI-148' wiles stated as follows: RESOLV. running, here la what you make Candidates
THE EDITOR ED: I that medicare she:'Id be I I If w'n'! The _tal". .'!ln Democrats Mi year.
live: am ....... Morning Worship lt.v. lajt Chambers, Tailoriinday you : 'I) .
6:30: p.m. ............................ BTU I School: ..............? In am part cf the! Social Securty: pro. I II see. the governor make $23000: I for s:ate at nrje delegates, distrlct
.... jram the cabinet mrmbe-s $19.SCO: Male. delegates yd notinel 1 com
Fernandlni Beach 7:80 p.m. Evening Worship I,) otninlC Worship _"'?'?" 11 am I .
Junior Chamber of Commerce T:JO pm ?. Mid.W.ek Server! Evening Worship ",?" ....??. 7 p.m. ', The debate. In this their first renator and state House member, mitteewcmen'JniNl c mm'teemcn

r.. Fernandlna Beech, Florida W.dnesIu, : Wednesday Service ??.?.?. 7 pro year have been practicing for i $1200 a year Soprem'' Court must qualify jjjfween; Feb, 18 and I
.. here months They participated Judge make $19901 Judges In
oCr ofT
Feb, 18, 1964 T5rft *
m the State.district Forensic d4.' Mar .
r.. w Editor PINE GROVE BAPTIST CBtRCII: FIRST DlfflST com the first and second appeal I ,
.. Fernandlna Beach News.Leader Rev W. G. Br*,k.. Pat tor I. T Dunnim ClILRniKev ranterAorshp .etlllrn' hed In I Jackstnvllle; : and I trlcts wh!ch Inch.dc everything'
.. SUNDAY SERVICES: ton 4th place In this district" but Miami mak<> $18309.! Jidics a Jor lit eon of apple des

.. r w pr Dear Frrnandlna Sir!: Beach Florida 9::43: A.M, S I mday School: Services: 8w;: A.MU Mrmbcu of the debate sqnndneltKle In Miami\ third district: make rent chllllig hi11 I fie rifrgriatorServe .
:00 A.M : kithy: Allison Wil.sen !. 22000. plain or vvltll a shukc of
.. 11 AM Worslip:
00 Morning
Last week we (the West Nassauand ::
6.00 P.M. Men't Prayer Si'rv ci : 730; P.:M Janice Swealt Diane Boon. Here Is the pay of the! clrcill nlltmc"Jr.\ tpuh'par pll'aslll'e. lop
Fernandlna Beach )
.. 8,30 P.M. . Training Unite sundry School ...??. 11:4&: A.M Celeste Hardee M.ke Hjljnl. and Judges up for election! ns I rIlle with! cupped: null !Ijked Cconul,
write you. regarding our Interest 7 30 P.M. Even ) Worship: : Tiamng Union .... ....... 0:15: PM: I, Fred M la I non paid !School! Board and : 13 I i'luyir Suv itt .........?. Wednesday Joe Jones and Warren llltt
r... an Appointed Superintendent Plan Wednesday Services: 1 7:40 P.M I
for Nassau County. Since clreula 7:30 P.M. . Prayer Service
'* -
: hft
lion of that letter via' your publl. fttr trCIILUCII St. Michael's Sets
4L cation we have had many com : OF CHRIST I I WELCOME!
pi lints on the Idea However Mr. South 14th Street I SundayFor
.. ( W. J. Holmes Pastor
Kenneth L. Jones, Minister ,
Frank Walter*. of the !School! Father DuncanA
E Board Informed me that part or Sunday! Bible Study .... 10;00 a.m. 4undiy Mass ?"??'._'_ :Jnd 4th

our letter vas Incorrect Mr Morning: Worship ... 11 :00 am Sunday ?.???.. 7;30 s m. reception ,;to iwslc me Fatter! YOUR K.RBY MAN I 13:; IN TOWN
.. ........ .
Mans 3rd
Walters said. "nnno of Nassau Evening Worship .... 700; |".m. funduy ? ? ? 1st, I Leonard Duncan newly apvlnlec!
.. lA1GY I County High Schools are about 'f 6th Snrr'ay 11:30 am pastor cf St. M chiel's Catholic
I to lose their accreditation Fer.I LiT I'LIEKS: l IIISCU1L: : : Monday, Young People 1 p.m Church, will 'be held at the Parish Authorized Sales and Service -

.. .. I nnndlna Beach High Peck High UILIIC1I: Dully,' .,?..?...?...............__ lam. I Hall\ from 3.30 to 5:30: P.M,., Sunday .
-. resn.weasYae. and Callahan High are accredited, The Ret. James D. Flllsor. Rector Saturday _.......? Convent Chapel : February 22.
I but Milliard High and Yulee High 'i :30 A.M. Holy commurilon I:30 Communion In Convent KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS

L.. rr .. have never been accredited, due 10:00: A.M. Choral Eucharist 1 030; I'M: __ Young Peoplt'tMeeting In
.. ._ 11:15 A.M. Church School' I chandlslng even our present
-- mainly to their size, We stand : -
supermarkets undergo num.
.. I corrected, but somehow the pic. 1:00: P.M. Episcopal Young
loa .. lure dres not appear less bleak, Churchman 1 I'ltlME OF PEACE make shopping easier and simpler

: E NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS I meet The with School both Board Jaycee has groups agreed on to Sunday(This) with la the tho schedule exception of of every. the Donald IUTHERAN R. Ilimmelman CHURCH Pastor of for modern the customer machines through and mechanical tie use. '& D I KIRBY CO.

last Sunday of the month) .
Monday, February 24 at 8'00 pm Phone 2C1 5634 devices that Kill permit the

; for The Convenience of All Dog Owners In the Courthnune to discuss our '* tit I mday School .??...,,.,.... 0:45: a. m, shopper to save both time and };Id/C./ :No. !5) N. 4th Street Phone 2Cl-T;
dlssdllif action with the general LAST SUNDAY OF TilE I Worship Service ........ 11:00 a. m money to say nothing of )Inconvenlence : I
: Veterinarian Will Be At The Fernan procedures of obtaining a School MONTH frtr I I

: 3ina Beach City Hall On Saturday, Feb. I Board and Very Superintendent truly yours 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion,\, I f SPRINfiHILI CHURCH BAPTIST The nolghborhrod supermarket |

: 22-9 A.M. To 1 P.M. and 2 P. M. To 5 John W Tester. President 10;00 and AM Sermon, ;;; Morning( Irujer I !I State Hivay 107 Nansanvillel 'or complete shopping end renter compictensive will! become service aI. ''I

'fttt! f Kev Dan E. Wade, Pastor I
11:15: A.M. Church School } NOTICEVIE
: ?.M. Fermmdlna Beach Fla Pastors Prayer Time 'I center where the cjitomcr
600 P.M. Episcopal Young
February 14. 1964 : (For Men) .........?............ 7amRunday can secure any product: or nervine ,
: boat: of The Inoculation Will He $200 and SOc<<: Will lie Mr. Ray Caldwell Churchmen- I School............ 0:45: a.m. from poodle washing to golf
: Charged For A. City Dog License Tag. Total Cost Editor 12.50. Fcrnandlna Btnchrws Lender FIRST rltF. nY'rtln.\s4; .J,' Training Union ......?. 1\:15\: p.m. Just t as the modern kitchen

: p Firnandlna Beach, Fla CIILRdIRv : 4 Evening Worship ........ 7:30: p.m. fern from the one grandma
: *2 I Dear Sin I II John Dozler, Pmtor I I edncsdoy: the shopping pr blem will advance I

C viD.M.. GATCHELf t I was I great deal of amuse 1 Church School... ... :'' 0:4.1: 4MWorship J.:Men's Hour of, Power uvl''1J ..m. to where the housrulfe will (lid : "
: l City Manager I Imam that I read the article en- Service .. ... 11 I :(no) A 1\1.( I Prayer Service ... .. 7:30 .p.m. herself served as no one line ever I CLO.EALLI It

I tilled Baptist Register Stiff Oppmltlcn Youth Meetings .. ..... (11:00 I: *..M. honoevcr w \11 may come.". been served before Sha can shay; ,
to a Stale Lottery" I Church School ... ..... 7:30: .81.: '1 with ease and comfort, her chll '
w Thin! same of people a dren cared for, her credit entab
.-'I group '* ;.Too Late
few months ego IlK k a GAMBLE: dished, and her purchases tabulnt-i DAY
..... --. wlut hi r t III build the new addition I I I MEMOK1AL ME'f11ODISTCIIUICII ed and delivered with unb llcvulu-! '
I'to their church and that gambit : f To Classify I i f speed I

,paid off with a $7501000 very Nelson 1'. Moyrr, Pastor 1 I It may not all happen tomorrow I '
H: Fresh Stock modern and Attractive building 9:45: a.m ......_........ Sunday School fur the next day but It Is conln TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 -
While I do not wish to get Into 11:00 am Morning Worship I and merchants arc aware' tint II I
.. ''a I .Itcry and gambling dlseutslun 8:15: p.m. MYF Supper & Pro. revolutionary merchandising me< ;, they hope to survive they must I Ii

with anyone, I do like to point out crams Duds' : hive merchants of the world i i foresee the future and prepare In I ANDVJEDNESDA
I BULK SEED that on page 10 of last wciki I ,'30 ,.m. ??. Evening Worship In a dither Nat only are American I(I meet It or go down as victims of

r News Leader there was another I : merchants frantically trying to V FEDRUARY 26

r news Item caplloncd Nassau: I CALVARY BAPTIST CIIIKCIIllnley find the I answer' bit the problemis I ,
; E end gels (32:: ,(Hlfl from Race Track Tax," Rmil sprendmg to every continent I II

And went on to explain that In I J. C BYRD, I'\STOR I II I Just as the Individ lal mercha FOR THE PURPOSE OF '.
Nassau the lax monies are divided I wth! his privately' owned and op
I Sunday School .. ........ ... 10 A.:M. I
eq'rally between (the Board olCo ( crated l Kroetrv store, butcher slop
I FERTILIZERS in"v Commlnslc ners and the I Morning Worship ... ... .. 11 A.lI.: : or bakery found,' himself out of the i PUTTING, IN A NEW FLOOR
Evening Service ... .... 7:30 1'.::11.I .
Board of Piddle: Instruction rail I (; : pit(lire whey: chain operationst
I Ii
Y of nmlatlrn. I '* frit .i over, now tie: chains are ( )

Rare tents tax Is a gambling FIVE poms utrmr( !i necking ilia answer to ever In. HARDEE BROS. CO.
= Garden Supplies I tax but since tin writers if tho tllLKtll I c'rcoi'nij ciiipttltlin from giant
abcivs nuntunpil: article said ):45 a.fn. .?_> .... dun my I "-'Iratol's'ho control finances
.-. Er ) .lJ.;(t, "they were willing to pay more II:0* sin ...... Murninir \\.sehllo'l tiat; tnible them U move iilnad I I 21TI,.\MIC ULMJE

'tax," I would I like to SIlII1I.sl right 6;30 p.m. _..-.... Training Union aid I' cunnmnd prtroimjc: I -_._ .
hire tint we return that dirty. i':JO p.m. .?.... Evening: Worship The Amei'tan' sapermarkit that I -_ __.. n -

Hardee Brost filthy $320JO: horse racing moneyto Vedneaday.. prayer ..service, 7:SOp (I has replaced Hit Individual store J I -A. _-.w.._._ __
[ the stale and begin collecting .m ,I has spread !> Europe, Africa. Asia
lndl\'ldual taxes from these same I CHURCH OP GOU and Australia to say nothing of

people to make up the difference Cor 4th and Cedar St*. South America where Venciutla
: Atlantic Avenue I sincerely admire these 'dogocders I R. .. L. Marm Johnnon Pastor Is constructing; I shopping center, '

"I '. but whether they like It ., Phone 261 3S07 to end all shopping centers A gigantic s e e when you want it t .
or not, gambling In one form or \10:00 t.m. ?'_" Sunday School set up that becomes a city Hot Water :

Y ... ..... '-- .... I another Is part of every day livIng U:00 t.m. ..?... Morning Service in Itself where
: h why Im gambling right 1.'? E. Friday Evening 730; p.m. Fighting with their hicks to the you want it

r now whether this will be printed\ 7:30 p.n,. .?. ... Evening Service I wall, downtown merchants In a
In the News Leader or end up In I Prayer meeting Wednesday I h'ndred f:t;es are trying to meet -.4
: 'the waste paper) flics! 1 7:30 (I.m. ; the cpmiwtitl of the t'ib irbnnB
: Respectfully< yours, I .to..tO. ,e Ipf'rmarkrt with mal's, entertain
An Interested cltUen ; anent prizes and what have you
-' I (Editors Netn Willers mme So far they have been fighting a
r r I2P'We on file: but; withhold:;: upon request I I PK01MIFCT' I Using balle
Rev H (. Krirn. Pastor
0 : 10;00 a.m. ....... .. Sunday School The automobile and trend to the

: Volunteer Workers 11 am ....... ..... :M ,iniiv Service suburban development have rlllcl.l1"lIt
Put" pr 7:45 p.m. ...... .. Evening Server { fie city mart. The housewife
wants to shop where she can park
745 Wednesday, VL.R her'
? J'- (Continued (rom Page One) I : p.m. I her car with ease. find a place In
; vice for
_' : us replacements for (those who I younic park her children while she shops
'* '*
have moved away and as reserves and can dress as she pleases In
DreamsTogether BIt to (rill In for volunteers who might ST. PAILS LtTill: -:RAN I anythine.! from a mother hibbard

be prevented by Illness or other I I CIILRUI to a bikini and nobody will lock:
unforseon developments from servIng I A..ICII\ Nnr Intersecting I Bkkanec

on Heart Sunday" the Heart'I AMA : The change In modern merchandising M Im1le
\ Sunday chairman added I I F. Gerbhardt. Pastor / {
that can _
(Is si rapid no one
'Service as a Heart Fund vol. 40: ...... Morning Service any what the morrow will bring

r.. \ under U a rewarding experienceand '* "ft The credit card or charge.a.plate-,
... r"I I \ r- a taw hours o< effort rl'pre. I BIBLE BAPTIST nilRCU that has helped downtown stores -

-- I seats a listing rontrlbutlin to the 4U: South 6th Street Is nivv being adopted by the neigh ELECTRIC WATER HEATING
fight: against our Number One 1 Rtv. C. W. Page PaMtor II borhuid supermarket In the form IS
health enemy the heart diseases," Sunday Services*: of credit rants that can be used

she declared 10:00 A.M. .....-.. Sunday School I for anvthing from hairdos la groceries

':: If dreaming ci I and wishing Volunteer candidates may reg 11:00: A.M Morning Worshlr i SAFE! beam Ifs IIo".uCLEAN/ btcaut If. Bom.f/ SAFE
you're a new car ...
I Inter telephoning 2C1-5849 6:30 p.m. ..._.___............ B:T.U.I"!'" looking ,
In and by | Some big operators are
for the money to buy it, come today see IOW COST betause can install i.
7 00 P.M. Men a Prayer 3er 1re you anywhere and
: us. Our low\ cost auto loan saves you money I 'This campaign will afford I Ito I[ the future and see the day when operate LEAN/
: and makes your dream car real I every resident nf our communityan 7:30 p m. _H Evening Worship* : machines will enable them '' ot NdJ/l/ low wog.l Ask*for role schedules and the beg

... ... opportunity In lake part In one Tuesday i .to eliminate: the old delayed check sue tank for your needs..
1:00 ,, VISitation
lor history greatest health cmsadis p.m. ,1.1.m '- out system and enable them to LOW COST
;' said Fishier. 'This I la I k 4 simply display a sample of each
U.ORIDA National Bank 1 unique cause It unites Into one FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOb : Him offered The ciwtomir will

I ap-K-ftl: diseases which are respinslblc Rev. E. A. Lewis. Pa tor 't find the Items they selected! await0H -

r -YYMM" NIMMYN"MatEernandinas ach for mire' than 51 pereint of 10.00 am ___.... Sunday Schoof" )\. them This may sound! (fantastic ,

r all deaths among them heart 11:00: a.m. _?....- Wonh'p! but It Is In the experimental ,, florida
a1. attack strike high blood pressure ':30 p.m. C. A. Youth stage and can be expected la the Public Utilities Co.lagoe

: tN .._. .,...r ...wr ,rwwrw I and hardening of the artcr 730 p.m. Evangelistic ser.lr'i future. I .
.. !ire rheumatic fever and Inborn Thursday mid week There are bugs to be eliminatedbut
heart defects, 7 30 p.... Indies ions are modern mcr-


Local Ballerina To I. VowvLcatlcr! : FI'rnmdil1ln"H: : h, Florida -Thursday, February 20 1961 I rage. Three
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Perform With Jax

'Children's Ballet BY GEORGE !

Linda While I 12-vcnr-old:! rtmijhter : -
( of Dr and bin Brad While of

Highland Drive will dance In .Midsummer ,
I Nigh!'* Dream Bullet"

Friday. February 28 with The
Jacksonville Children's Ballet IT'S A
n Theatre The performance fro,
) members and their guests will beheld
at 11 a m. In the Jacksonville
I Munlcalc Ardilorlum.

Linda a student of dance at the

Julannc School Mrs J' I Intone For Evening I IIO.MK (II-

Owens Instructor a. asked to Appnintmenls ( I
I INti'f.INTI'htrne
perform In this well.know ballet'

after an audition December 20 ar. CREDIT:

ranged by her teacher. For her audition 261.1'SI

Linda danced an excerpt
from "The Nutcracker Suite Ballet I
,'' a variation from "Fausls1 Bal.

let" and "Slaughter on 10th Ave.
t sue," choreographed! and taught by

Julanne. Mrs. Guy Dudley played E ) CONTOUR :

the accompaniment.The ,
production in which Linda.
will perform is choreographed and RECLINING

staged by Mrs Thelma JnhllRh'nBalllls.

1 director of the Jacksonville
Children's liillel Theatre. i iInsplto I''
of the fuel that Miss1 scv' Modern 4-Piece r

SI'leSS.HnW( wathe of I While Is busy rehearsing In Jack 1.

$100 check to the Scholarship Committee n" t the! Fcrnandina Beach Roman's Club nnd regular sonv'Ilie dancing Monday' lessons, and Inking on Thursdins net. ,' Sectional SofaSolid '

Lmm F.nd.. lectured left to right with the check
another to the F.H.H.S. Scholarship : she has kept an A average at
are: SPKBSQSA President Don Ilimmelm.n; Mr; !.. It. \\. Calphin: representing the I Fcrnandina Beach Junior-High Foam KeuTsible Zippprvd Cushions. :i.

\Yoman'M flub scholarship! committee; Lou ot I'lTrdra, president of the Florida School h'rl' she attends.

tional Hank; Claude Kucker, ncrretar'treasurer: of the Sl'KliSA: ;(] ; and receding Na'j Auditions for oilier; aspiring: :: balIcrlnas ('0eri'f l'hoMeied| In lli|>h I'ile K.mmNlon. -

high school check, Kay Cough, principal. from thedance school I vanbe
Assorted( / Colors.
arranged by Julanne.Roberts' I .

I Unusual Teen Studies History Instead of Making News I i. Attend Regular $2iMl 1! !

Jtr .
{ LINDA CRAFT Society MeetingIn :

Maybe Elliott Jotta has an answer Jacksonville $166a.tlll $2995

the of his .
to problems generation Mr and Mrs I K.: N, Robert attended .
t called anything from tense
a Hireling of the Ainrrlran
and to $;) DOWS
beat delinquent history.F.lliott Chemical Society Jacksonville Down
sees history In chips of I .
Subsection held at the Thunderbird
(ell In Indian mounds
pottery arrowheads -
Inn on February 171 h.
books, and just
Of unusual Interest was that the
plain: diKKlng.I :: Part of the answer i, speaker, M. H. Arvcion, li the -
is that Elliot nod history I he has )I -u
i 1064! national President of the Society. I
an edue on many teens and adults .
but Important Is what be BUNK BED
more With the aid ot beautiful colorelides WALNUT CEDAR CHEST
sees IN: history a teacher.
Ancson spoke to the mem
He seemed to think that people
bers and their wives about theSociety1
M who knock things, Including his.
activities. He describedthe
tory without knowing about them d
operation, products and p'a.Ipie I
first miss out on a lot. He described lour'of 'I'
In a fascinating pictorial
: the sensation of handling
its sections divisions national
ui piece of pottery or an arrowhead,
council board of directors stalf
In the thought "Somebody else
I IArvrson
and other
made this; somebody shot this arrow .
has been a national director
." Elliot laid that somehow .. .
of (the Society for many
realizing that other civilizations I tyears.
He Is also CUOl'danlltnr.HI'- '
really did exist made him feel a I r r4a
search of the Amoco Chemicals
L'd kinship to the past and future and I Corp., ChlcHito. 4 M
r made him feel a part of something '
The American Chemical Socle.
bigger limn the Also the
w ) present. ty Is comprised of (MI.OWI) membe-rs
remains of burled arrowheads,
( r vr broken pottery and tools can make\ who are chemists and chemicalI : ,
b you aware of Just how perishable i Reg. $ $1.00
life, 01 wen a way of life rcully Is. :2", .
Klllut began his archueluglca FHA Presents Check 1 $1.00

career 7 years ago In the vacant To City For More Down 4)) $49.95 Down
lot next door to his Highland Drive
home Friends told him that the Trees On 14th StreetCity I

bits and pieces he had found were '
.. Engineer James Beard was
Indian pottery Continuing his ex.
recently pr..l"ntedl'llh a rhw'bv
w pioration, he researched an Indian
Kathy Rylant and MarulfRausrhrrt
mound located near the light house. on behalf of the ."1'1'.
It Is about 10.12' and
high was excavated
nandlna Beach High/ School Chapter
first In 18'JO Alter check. tit "
of the Future Hoim>mukers of y Famous
ELLIOT JONES teen Jed archeologist l l. hnlds a dlsp'av of the ing with his history book Elliot said America. .

arrowheads he found In the ImmMilale t Frrnandlna Beach.Amelia that the St. Julius Indians had livedIn The donation Is the Fernancllnr Custom Built '
arta. One factor ccDtrlbutlnil to their ultimate value as collector's that vicinity from about 200 Beach Chapter' coiilrlbullon to a .
items li the fact they are all numbered and classified In Journal of years after the fall of the Ruman Florida FHA project to be-out)

records kept by their finder. ,Empire until Columbus came In schools and communities and l> By "
America lie noted that tho pottery C .
I provide an opportunity for mem
bcr to bring In his full quota duringthe found there wait designed with a ben to express themselves creatively E. B. Malone t'lr .

Chamber Hears drive !I chalky paste applied In a checked In making their xchool and .d

I' The Chamber voted to turn over I' pattern. community more be-aiitiful

(Continued from Page! One) to the Merchants Association the From this modest beginning El. The project to raise money fro k FIHST TIMK EVER OFFERED

annual contribution of $JOU toward I liot's collection of artifacts has the donation U closely related trI AT THIS PRICE
Thomas St. Dennis and John
Crowdc-r of the magulnc.. met with (' Is cm a mulching bus- Inc hides pull'ry. and vessels from FHA member arc soiling litter

(the Chamber and dUiuxbcd their Is Uiiatemnla arrowheads' found In baits to help reduce the amount MATTRESS $ 95

plans to Include tills area. revealIng John Tester Jaycee pr"hhll'r.t'l spills, as far sway as California and I of litter on the streets around se
that the next Issue will feature | asked if there was a bettor business ;I New Jersey aged 500 to 25.000 Fcrnnndina OR

the Golden Crown Prix local snorts hurenii/ Inside the Chamber years (old a scraper from British The club would appreciate the /-PIECE DINETTE ..

races set for March 7-8 and cited un Instance whore a customer Guinea, and shell hammers and co-operation of everyone In the- BOX
Director John Kierscy reportedthat at a local sll'I'eI a. denied )i other artifacts ..In'IIJ.thecrnan.. community to keep the sire-els 36"x60" Ne'l'rIur: I' lIKtic Top

9 new members had been i>(. die rliilit!: to a re-limd nil a Chrl-t t tmm diva Reach aim, His main help clean Aborted Colors
cured In the current membership' gilt when it WWI Irteimined along the way to becoming Interested (6 i Vinyl I Upholstered t'hiiirM Reg. $49.95 $1.00 Down -

drive and singled out Robert Whiteas that an exchange: was not PO'K'ble.1' In archaeology was BillPlneklt.y. I

being! the only Chamber mumCooper's R. B. Bailey prcsidfiit of the Merchants an associate collector Date Draws Near $I.UO 10 Year Guarantee
| Association pointed out that who has since moved to central $66
this was surely an Isolated case Florida. (Continued from Page One) '!- !':; I Don Twin or Double1

and that It was nut In his belief Among his own persona) discoveries ...
Board of Trustees Humphreys
Laundry the practice of members of the are, a stretch of Indian bur.
Memorial Hospital. Incumbents are
Association. lain In a bank on South Amelia
Louis Ferreira Dist. 2. B. C Lew.Is. .
After cnmllor l>le dncii=si'n| II Island, and a shell deposit and -
Dlst. 4. and C. W. Brandies
Coin-Operated was suggested! that the public be several mounds across the Amelia .
Dist. S.Ocean
advised that any such complaints River I ap
Laundry and Dry Highway and Port Auth!
should be brought to the attrntii, According, to Elliot: \ several signs I only Incunihc'iili. Marry I D. John-

CleaningMrs of the Chamber of Commerce and I may he linked fur In trying lu discover Otis Group 1, und Den Sorensen 1 1IiLi1
that they be parsed on' In tliu Mer.
I a 'find" In this area the I Group 2.Cnnslable. j1p
Doris Howard chant Axvilatlnn.Teslir / Florida liicli.ms depended( ,, on shellfish I InrimilirnlH, Jim I'd'. <

Manager! icmhiihil the ( h.imiii-r, of : for their llvc-lihood: and blt::; cr*. \Uisl. I; llavwood A. f>vul.
she (dales fur the fioldin Crown I lied: In urea where II wan Dial, S. and K C Geiger I Dist b
11th & Iteech Streets Prix a Jaycee clli'H. and told ,.. 1,11I1., ) The Indians,, not the neatest Justice of t the Pence; : Incumbents:; : : ,

the exlimlid advntlsmu (slot ,.f people made mounds, or trash I-dlon' Moore, I 101st. 1, Frank Shut! /

Hiven the event this year lie said props of discarded shells and fcr', (>Iht. 5, und I. T Bloke DM 4
thnt publicity hiii 'one ID manv o1' hr' ken pottery moving\ on when ,,6.

the colludes und 111 'I special IM.-I '''the mess gut too bud. Another Judge' of Small Claims: Court Incumbent .
lures have been mjelo to military I haraclcrlstlc peculiar to this area E V. Garcia. alk

TERMITES ? personnel. Is the definite shape of the mounds J County Surveyor Incumbent

Tci'ir added thai tin entry field In the 1 laM tew years Elliot leas GeorgeLovesce-. I II
f im 1 ea's Is expected for this I I BCTII the value: In keeping records In all offices except Constables I I
vear'n races I''of Ins cxpli ration He note the I land Justices of thePeace the vntt'Is I l

Director Kiervey tolil' of h's' 'f. name of the! area where he discuv.eicd | countywide TI.OHO: two posts Ire'I a

'01 Is on the pi'i,|'..iacd fishing b".1' soinetli'ng, how to get there 'voted on In the respective districts>> M1I SA* ORAN VINYL

chure und said that It11I R Hn !hen the type of urea any artifacts I only |
the hands nf printers after final found i number, I'pt'lnd names>, :I Those seeking stale offices are hate. $ 48 12

WnM-l l a.Ma Max e.hl eplutaa' pprovul by the advertising com I Imillee. nnd any referenceand spits the required to qualify with Secretary l $:,1111 Ft.Fl. .
/ location of a map of the area. of State Tom Adams before noon I II Ijol .. J Wide

$5000 GUARANTEED President Reed LcwelleMi re-port.. ,. An outstanding experience! In Elliot I March 3. I II : I't'K
cd that plum were underway to I eur, 'rU8 the trip he and I Nassau Rep. Cljudcwingjlcl RUNNING FOOTS'xIZ'

Afilnst Fvhin. Twain. Issue attract porsmmel at the Thiikol, three friends look to Guatemala last must run again to hold his scat In I I I I
t plant In Southeast Georgia lu establish summer. They stayed In the mountains 'the House of Rc-prc-kcnlativc-s.. The I: ( $13.32))

residence here. and Jungles fur three weeks term is for two years. '
MAHONEYTERMINIX I I looking\ at ruins and relics, and Un the national level Naisuu $288 Select From 7 PatternsMATHER

(1I1UIRES ON RISE: spearing shrimp. voter will cast their ballot for V.IS _

CO. Although: the number of divorces Elliot got a much needed map of \ Representative from thin district $10.00/ / DOWN :;
has remained fairly steady in re. the terrain and topography of this the post now held by 1>. R. 'Billy'11 I

SERVICE SINCE 19'50): cent yean, the number of children area on his recent 16th birthday Matthew, and for U. S. Senator, '
Involved has txen increasing.TO A portion of his expansive collet the pent now held by Spc-tsard Ilol.land. Living Room Bedroom

For FREE Inspection lion may be seen in the display ,
on the statewide k'vet the gun.ci
ram" al Fort Clinch '
Phone Jacksonville for clothing Inc IudI' the sizes! and nor and member of his. cabinet: And Dinette

preferences fur various family will, be elected. I i L 9 S. 8th Street Ph. 261.138:

COLLECT EL 4.1768 hems CQ a card in you wallet or I'I Trade At Home I In the Judicial Circuit a number ]i

purse, of Judge will be selected

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e Four Nen'g-Leadcr, Fornandlna Bench: Horlda Thursday, February 20 1DC4 I
.- --.- Episcopal Chapter [t! ; Valentine Party l
To Wed March/ 30

Members Make Repeat Vows In Fairbanks Alaska I Continues Study I Given Council 11 PersonalsI

Dish Gardens At I Of Today's Women .. __ ,..-. Sunshine GirlsThe :
4f .1.J'v daughter, Chloe Anna Carpenter' i I of Don lleafner will be

Hibiscus Club Meet DlncMNlcn nrIn.! Otttv Frlo.dens f r (" Mr Ronld R uhrnnn. son of Pythian Sunshine Girls had I glad to know he Is reported much,
imps sod after being IIsl..d ,I li;>xa
buck titled FEM1MSF: Mv Mr and Mrs Hoscoe Ccleman ot a \ultnline Party Tuesday, Fibru
Tie Hibiscus Garden Club met serious condition last week itttt \had
u *mir.: hleh Is about the rule :North Miami arv 11. 19i>4, They hud cakes and ,
al HIP home cf Mrs J, 'I l <<
M Bird, Men a patient at St Lukes llospllal -
he AnI'rlrall'uml'n play In "uri' The bride cltet Is a graduate of pu:leh, prayed games and Miner
: Monday, February 17 at 8 p.m, fur the past Ico-ttayi.
I Mrs, Frank Maclaren and Mm S a Hy ejf trelav, was led by Pro. Fernaidina: Bench lllg> Sihml, Ally had fun,

L, Tarlton Were hostesses for rnm (hnlrmin, Mn Carolyn (Tars Ilf f 193?, and Florida South One of the gomes was the Match Miss Marie tflne returned h-me
Phnnsl and Mrs. Nancy Lain Game Someone would around Saturday In/rfi San Antoilo Tl'us.
(the occasion, I ern Cillege al Lakeland She I Is a go
tcr 'E. In a circle and call out names suth where JIll'n) taken 111 and hos.pilHLtfd .
The president wclcrmcd the'! nine member' of Zeta Tau Alpha, 'NlalHororliy
the nifcllng of St, Geralds as paper paste, cupid and others while' visiting her brothrTn .
tern members. and I the g
club prav 8">lt'r'RI held January 16 In Ihel1"mp j She Is presently Ham I The next meeting Is set for, law and sister, Mr\ and Mrs
er was road by Mrs. Tarllin,,
rail was answered Rnl 2e if Mrs,, Plmniliel on South k d I Kcononki Instrictir" lit Cllrm February 25 There will \aetIrcshrmms ; Oho: Orlfiith and m'ithei', Mrs, J.

: flowering tree!. by naming a llptihrr avenue The worship was i Grave Junlur I1IU) 'Jtliool at before and afl>sr thc | C tone. daring the Christmas aij!
ghee by hlrs. but I Odorn, with :Nrrlh Miami meeting/ / New Yeas Holidays Sheloa
Mn MacLarcn hid charge of Vim. bobble O.Learv pr..aldnl/: / tit Mr Coleman Is a citdtiale;:. of ./ liken 111 and admitted to Santa

: the program which was Makln: sort Die biHlncfts meeting. l\Iumt! ) Jdcks High SehOl'1 I Crass: I Hen hospital on !December 21

e Dish Gardena," MM lldmrlrk read I Mn Grace Ml'a.J: hostess (:1: HIS and, the U. S. Naval: Pars Miss JoaivWillioms! 1 where she remained until January

: an aitlcle in the origin or dish gardens ,, and ciiliteri kits I'haiisliil with "11 oner Reserves, He Is employed Weldon'Gilliard \15. allowed by a cinvaleseent per.

written by Mrs Jne Sea t rrl r.hl11rnlThure s as pi lice either with the Dude .id at her sister he mo.
: field, Small pan filled l with iindand runty Shciirti Diparlmcnt Mi- ;; V/ed February 14
a package of material were attending the meeting' along amt : !Mr and Mrs Lewis 0 Carpenter .

I given each mcmb-r Members en. '1'11:1Ir.: ., Phansllil. were Mrs will be event of Mr and Mrs. John D Williams recently visited their daughter,
Joyed making their dst'! pardons. Lancaster\ and Mrs Mean were The wedding an l of this city announce the mar. I I Miss Ch'oe' Carpenter at Coral
Mrs, Virginia 1t'lIl1lnh1lham1'11 Mrs. Mildred.!& Bahb! Mrs B"bble March 30 at Memorial Mctlxiast; Irlcne of their daughter, Miss Joan Gables, Reroute they lulled tho
I OLcary Mrs Wand: I la 'daker, Mr and Mrs lewis 0 Caroener Church No Invitations apr being Pea Williams, to Weldon J. Gil.
the dor prize, which was bix I Citrus Tower at Clerrmmt and
.t plants Refreshments ea \J den. La Jean Allen Mn, Dorothy Sin North Hill Street. an sent b"1" | all friends nncl relatives Hard ion of Mr and Mrs. K. J. Rev, and Mrs John L Joins atNokomls

r i by the tinstones, Rla'ick'! firs Lula Kavnuklli. Mrs I nouncc the engagement, of, their! ,ire Invited. to.--attend- .. - I Cilliaid of Pclham Gco;gla, .
I -
- -
Dit Oelim Mrs, Melba Rogers The wedding was solemnised

Mrs. L. S. Grant tg v tis k ., ttrafaJ I Sara Mrs, Lovell Carolyn and Vlzcarrrndo Mrs. Betty, Davis Mn, I I Engaged To WedMr I I February 14 In Cairo Georgia I from!Miss the!Mary University Ann Oliver, of was Georgia home
The bride Is
a graduate of Fer
Arranges Activities It was deeded Ihnt the next'meetlrg nandlna Beach School 'last weekend for a visit with her
High and
parents, Mr and Mrs T W Oil
would be held al the home' '
For Senior hal been employed In tho olf cc 1
and Mn Charles II HarrUsen
I 'r' f Mm Mary Seltz at which time ver
of I the State ComMrolcr: Talla-
: at
*, S Ferre hock TilE SIN AND' Sr, announce the engagement
Senior Citizen Club met Irregular / ,. TIlE l'M ItElLA. uuuld be 'uriIcd of their daughter, Miss Sandra nausea for four years. Mrs! Bella Percnls left Friday
sesskn Thursd.ly evrn'sg' ( Agnes/ Harrison> to Terry Gene The couple will make their I for her home In Gary, Indiana

February 1.!, Mn. Adam MilHop, I !\It nla:ae. son of Joseph J, Men hi,me In Pclham where Mr Gil- after en extended' visit here whither

club president l he'd a short'! b'nine large. Parma, Iduln. ad: the late Hair) Is engaged! In businessEngagement I daughters hilts. John TillaHii

*! iicsili at: which plans\ fur Lent Discussed Mrs 'Mt ntagus( ,, and Mn Nick Tlllakcs. and families .
the future activities: or His club! .
were cllscifucd i At Myrtie Burgess The bride.eli'ct Is a graduate of Told

Feinandina Brach Hieli;: Sch)1( )l and Monday evening!! the (follow, Inn
Following the bjn!ness session l Circle Meeting
Mrs, U S Grant chair. I .. Is presently employed at Gulf Life Pythian Sisters attended the Distract
program '
I Insurance Co In Jacksonville. Mr, and Mrs John F Knight meeting of Temple 2 In Jaekscnville -
man conducted a number cf amusing The' February meeting' of> the
games. A prize. rffercd fir Jt:, : Myrtle Burgess Circle was held In Mr! Montague: grad'talel frcm of Tltusvllc: formerly of Fernun-' I( : Mr and Mrs. Warren

the winner of the final game vat ...' the' he me of Mrs L E, Burfcliardt. Parma High School and U now dins Beach announce the engagement Jackson, Mrs, Cleo Savlcr. Mrs,
won by Mr R. F filberts. with twelve members present serving In the U S Navy, slatlin.id of their daughter. Peggy Betty Jones Mrs Leola S\venr.

The club members were murk i Mrs F. F. Jones' opened the ut Cecil Field Navul Air Staticill Lou Futeh to George P. Sand I Ingen, Mrs, :MyrtleHirer. Mrs! Ida
LT. AM :MRS. JAMES: I born, of Mr, and Mrs, Yo.mgblood Mrs Births Robinson
amused to discover that the vr\rr\ I J\ti ml.: MTTHPI. JR. met'ling with a scripture from the son GeorgeE (
; Sandborn Massachusetts I Mrs. !Myrtle Crews, and Mrs Jcse-
was a pair of Pink bloomers'which Escorted down Bible. nn.'rI I1leh all members bedding plum will be announced Amcibury.
the on the Inn In hers irons a rn v'n encrusted Goolsby
,the winner was required to at a later date phine
arm of her father. Miss Olinda In pearls, hue! prayed the Lord Prayer In unl I
wore a singestrand I
don and model for' the asscmucdmemberi Irene Quacktnbush took her place of pearls borrowed from son kites futeh daughter of LeveryG : !Mr, and Mrs. )H M Fink recently .
The winner was bray beside I Mrs, James T., Dunnam lifttrldav Futth of Fernandina Beach, I Is and
her bridegroom. Lt James I her mother, and i pearl ring, a Mrs Jones read to the croup: visited their daughter son.
enough to carry out the requirement Daniel Kittrell Jr. at the altar of [ gift frcm her father many Interesting facts about Lent for. weeks visit with her presently empire)'ed by the State In.law and family In Burr Hill Va

the Ft Walnwrlght Post Chapel The brides bouquet was de.' which means lengthening days,"' mother In Little Rock' Arkansas j{| Road Department, Tltusville, During the visit, two' of the Finks

The remainder of the evening' at Fairbanks Alaska where they J signed' with a gold-throated whitesorchid I The members were reminded that and Rev, Durum m s mother In Mr Sandborn is serving with : grandsons were chosen 'class favorites
Loakcsvllle .
spent .
was at table games The Joined In Lent first observed In the third Mississippi "' their sthool Valentine
were mnrrhge by Chip. surrounded by Kttphnnntlg was the U S, Navy stationed aboard at
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clubroom vts decorated In tin lain IMDP( ) Reginald J. Hue land fourth century after Christ diedClrc'e -.--.-.--___ ------------------------_----- dance
her Mreomcrs of latin bowl on a or - nnnnnnnnnnnnn nnU
St Valentine motif by Mrs. Grunt the U S. S. Saratoga at Mayport
and Chaplain (cCapl.l! ) Laurence I), white' BiblePreceding, chairman, Mrs Robert
Wedding plans will be announced Dees loft
and Mrs Sammy Saylor Mrs I Mrs Sharon
Bennett B When of the Woman'sClub Graham on January 26 I the wedding cerejmemy .I Gray reported that $15 had been later.Lludlnl Thursday morning( by Jet from

was a welcome visitor After The bride Is the daughter of I Miss Qiackenbush sung donated to the center fund A rummage &\ The 'Jacksonville to Jiln her husband,

the games, refreshments were Col and Mrs Harold G. Qiack. "Because' lit her bridegroom .white eltphant sale has beenset Pfc Dale Ores at Fairbanks Alaska .
enbush of rt Walnwrlght Col, She was accompanied by the '' tentatively by the circle for with'
served by Mrs MIMsop and Mrs Pvt. Dees Is serving
., H. S. Luke, Quackenbush Is commanding of. I I. !Mrs, Thomas< Bennett who March 7 Garden Basket container growing the U S, Army at Big Delta Tist.

The next regular meeting will fleer of the 171st Infantry Brigade, also played I the traditional BI'ldllll The next meeting of the MjrtieBurgcsi i_ Cannas come In a'mcst' every inn Grounds near Fairbanks They

be held Thursday evening, Fcb Parents of the bridegroom, Mr. Chorus from Lolengrln' and Men- I Circle will be held In the BV JANE SCCFIELD color but blue from ii..'k Jeweled expect to be stationed I In Alaska

27 t 7.pm, and Mrs James Kltlrell l Sr of dilisohns Wedding March for the I Ipincesttionnl home of Mrs. Jones. March S. I tones to the subtle pastel blend. I for two yearsSgt .

IbealaLoco Beach were t I and rel'l'a music. I Ings of some of the Grand Opera r
I. n the wnlllng by rl'prl'.1 Durlnii the service' taint (,/'!' I Mrs J. Kittrell The popularity of garden plants banished frcm our gardens Series I and !Mrs H, M, Dodds of
Couple Wed and! Mrs )Djrrell fluctuates In late old. This find I I
)In'\I \ I erWl I{ I years many year we a canna gracing We have made a point of noticing Columbai: Ga and their three
Leads Devotion ForWorkers timers have been returned frrm I the front ccvcr of a seed cata-
Dress the direction nf[
I In Wedding
Baptist ChapelMr Karen, Joy, and Giel'taWaited
i ,
For her werid UK the formic Mrs. lunus' Black exile", and brought Into favor No I I Irll e. However it t seems far from I plantings of cannas about town I daughters

Benjamin; F AcoMa Jr,, I Miss Quakcnbimh wan dressed Clmrrh Dicoritlnns, I Bethany doubt the trends In flower arranging I II beautiful falling Into the novelty and they seem to thrive pretty! I last week with Mrs Frank
Influence I In class for the> well on our Island They prefer a The Dodds to be sta.
and Mrs Sully Strickland Aipsta In of f we plant on lame plant maybe Morris are
gnvia Down the center aisle of theehllrl'h Mrs James Kittrell gave the de.vcitloiiH 11\\ I i: rich rather moist sol) but seem to
our gardens should for one of had ccmbincd red and ellow I
> In
? were (harried Friday February while Chuntilty lace ever skirts Stoned In England starling April
the Bethtmv Workers
l were wrought Iron can of the great J J"'I of arranging flow llowers plus sjlld ll tolerate less Ideal conditions The
reds solid
In the of the First of taffeta or I
chapel BaptistChurch : and slipper sulln Guilt
, and brought: the Morrises an
ddabras) Sunday School Class meeting held, rhizomes be planted almost they
attached to tin I on Is may
to Coke
by Rev Janus T. Dun from Ilia el 'd skirl pews what It at hood and I I yellows, Its foliage Is odd ice, for
era mie shupi
the hill of Mrs. J, the unusual present a bicycle built
and clerked win !xsmnya( and Kdd Kbruuy: lit me mike a creation of distinetlrn To I( Its green leaves are said to eal'rydeeorallvr any time Minge) coming up In
man were swept lo tic: back to lirm
I a L. Mullin d and being killed bock for two'
sprayed leaves with chains uf dramatic spring by
large wall In black
areas markings Its
After the eeremonyy, the couple I I graceful chapel: train The; filledbodice fern and gild I leaves in satin rib. I Mrs Klttr11ere hostesses our modern homes the arranger! Is name Is [ 'I frost In the fall They may become
left on a wedding trip to Miami lenience! a scalloped 1 Sib.I
rlna neckline and long 11 buns I IJo'ionklog Mrs J, T, Wciiner presided' over ccnstnnllv/ rn Ihe search for simc. I out exclusively by Park Seed Company crowded and neneed dividing!! every
the chancel of the I the melting After the devotion! thing little of the 1 few years. One needs to watch for still
A 110-pound woman wearing Quinn Anon points at the I a out ordinary Another liss laid but still Europe supports more peo.
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fashionable spiked heels exerts 'wrist lurch were two ceramic vusrsl from I Corinthians 1920 Mrs I Large malerlnl Is required large flercnt' canna series I Is shown In the canna leaf roller which can pie of the square mile than any

about the same pressure per On her head I the bride wire' a of large while chrysanthemum'' Lloyd Walters offered praerThe I flowers large leaves anything )1I | color Ihe Seven I Dwarfs Cannnt. ruin the foliage/ Gardeners have other continent Europe, Including

square Inch as an elephant I ull of imported French silk fall. I and gladioli backed with gold !I minutes of the PI'I'VIUII'i I that li dramatic, It follows that available' In mixed colors and also I been told to unroll which the Is leaf and. I I Soviet Russia his an average of
leaves placed beside a set of can. I meeting were read and approvedand I II these type plants are also nfic.live In a rose.red cnllcl Grumpy and kill the culprit a'urm. 225 people a mile, compared with
I'dclabras Thl'rl''ro two maich. routine repots were heard I In lindscnpiiR Iregl'C) l d.i a pilmrcxe yellow tailed Happy. We read the other day that a Asia's 102, North Americas 211,

tog sitar biiiiciiiets< carrying mil I from the various committees around Ihe modern house These are little eighPen Inch fel. weekly upraving with malathoin Africa 23. South Americas 21
the we ding colers of gold nnd One of the cormbntks Iowa is mueh easier and more satis ''I and Oc'cania 5.
FREE! Meeting for I has been for which are supposed ti> grow
white and a set of cunek'labias on I changed II: : so as net eoh.confllet with I II bill indoor and outdior: purposes I I hum seed' li three] mining, the factory_. ,
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l the altar mil I revival j II' cclosia or rot'kscontb. Plano advantage being that they may be

JUKE BOX DANCETENACRES I' Attending t the bride at the 430p I i A social hour was enjoyed) hv the I developers. always sensitive t" used In low birders and small pot

.m, service i was her sister Mist 1ft members present during vhlch I new trends and demands fur cer' I plants Only seed' I Is available We

jerilvn fjmekcnbiish' muld i iii l the hostesses served refreshments\ lain tlnraieristics( In plants line may (liy both these novelties, the ,
holier She was dressed In a floor I waked old fur Its ':
on Ills I plant of our one buck! marked' leaves lion Theatre
li,'itg'li gown of guilt< satin featur ( Kinndmothrrs gardens until we and the other from curiosity

9.CO P.M. 'Til ? Inn a beulfanl skill gathered, al Congregation Honors nine a variety "f II hinrlng an Cannes have their place In mid '

J I the bock with !gild satin roars, Pastor and FamilyAt All Ameilenn Sdl'l.tiUn t '04 Itibrl, ern gardens and modem flower
Phone 26MS49 C. E. Reach Mgr\
Her p'Iiveil\ of gild, net van ;
( and ether varieties disp'njcd! on mranuments Their luxuriant
By attached I I'I cluster cf gild' wi.I : Farewell Social 'the ro'crslnd color panes I of our tropical filiage add an attractive

vet leaves kilos i nckenhush t/5J 1!/ raliliRucs HfoiU have been
I : ;: X-v\ Mr J, W touch to (he garden and they af.Ibard
ane !'t'nI're
carried i uhlte fur, muff with add, I I II I marie to provide a low growing!
K. A. C I [ summer eohr over a long
I honored al a fellowship hour fol-
satin rl'RI'11111 a corsage of hash ,lewiig llu regular Wednesday, compaet! plant which will oho bit Dining season Canna leaves are FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY
gild' rose bulls I produce the large. wanted flower .
fur flower arrange
Dress As You Like! I The' btleksro/: m asked It Jerry Five limit Points prayer Biplist meeting Church last week al i, heads Hoik has been done also IIII'n'a.' large; bold rich In cilor/ I EimiJAIt\ 21 22 2.1
E. VMilttlicMil] ti lnnd an lust I In developing colors whirl blend '
and long lasting: One should grow:
lUv keen' and his family have
man slurs assisting lie guests moved to AII'pka'h.'rl'' he will I better with other molrrieds l thin bath (green and bronze leaved varietiis Friday 7JO:: Saturday & Sunday 2:30: & 7:30:
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 ti their pluci In the chinch were the old! fashlened kinds d" Plants for the sake of arrange
serve as paslir of the New Eng:
3, Biadin and Lt I
It Humus
of the new varieties will ndoubt. I ml'nl! material able Mont descrlp
A. Shields! J,inior attend. land I l llelkhls: Baptist Church. fol WALT DISNEY! SHORT"YELLOWSTONE
<- 'i Th mis eddy: be provided by our nurseries tions 111Ihe leaf coloring of the
lowing eight years' ministry b..re.1
I tints were Emery Upset mb and) and scedstorcs However if one variety They are tender pereil I
)Deacon Woodrow Reynolds
: Felde Alklnsen" Acoljte-s were the with hand presented I I wishes to raise his own from iced i nlals and die down In winter however CUBS"Friday
!Daniel II"ubner and Reginald pastor a now Is the limo to tuck those seeds 1
some sliver tray as a re membiunee ,
Peas. bl'arl'rIS Diviil I ,
Ring I into a flat It lakes twenty dye
Jw to him and his family from 'I I We have Phllzer cannas as wellas
Burns for the seed b t,) germinate' and bY'
1Feed Milher of Bride tie conpeRatl: : 'I The tray vnsaupripilately I Hint lime the flats can be kept :' Phit/er J inlper. Mr. !R:30::!() Saturday & Sunday 3:10: & 8:30
fir I : engraved 1 with his German hvhrl I has Philler'j
Sealed rn the bride tide' I1f( the (nut of doors most of the tune for a 7i r
rh'lI.el1O Mrs Qiiiekcnbushaltlied name the church and the )'cal'l'of better growIh ef th' baby plants with camas to produce on WALT DISNCVS

In a erav'blue lace circus his service. until they can be Irnnspl' ntedlwhere rr growing habit!. one more suitable t. '
: I with matching hol'lllId hat She Hi me'nudecake and cookies for niodirn living ThesePhlizvrs !
i they are to bloom r eks- "SWORD AND THE STONE"TECHNICOLOR
served with punch and cuf about fool shutter
wore while glove and I carried a Hire I comb Is a tender annual with a1 I arc a
white Mrs Quackcububh far. than the usual etmna and come In
purse I long blaming' period. It takes
wan presented with an orchid cer about three and a half months, I I'') separate ci lors, They average
..ajolK: was Mrs. Bicwlimton\ 5 Points WM.S. : come Into bloom from xei'd, Bi about thirty Inches lull and may -

acting/ mother for the bridegroom sure not lo m'gleet It In the MM'riling be used fur many purposes In-

I lnh was dressed In a !light blue Holds Business I sla'-e< To divilnp lush combs -- -- -- --- - -- -- --- .
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suit. Session It ands goad care ,As you I know,
Now..With This New Plant Food, Reception I I :this:'1 Is a most:: : 1 useful;1 flower !to< :dry; I

Following( Ihe church ceremony Five Points Baptist W,M S. for future arrangimonls

Containing Organics For the guests gathered In the annex met Wednesday evening for. Its The flower we pliniid! to fill DAILY SPECIAL
i of the chapel: where the nccptlon minihly business. rmetiig our gulden blhkl'tllIh this week

: was held for the 111'\\lywI large !Mrs Ltiunrcl' Lyons oneil| the was the canna. Houiver, after the I
Florida Turf and Trees !IIt's while wrculing' bells tied with hold rutting with prayer. Mrs, I\lanl'lle opening paragraph the cockscomb

ribbiuii eUcoruted the windows, A Vase gave the devition using serlp- list t nalurall\ crowded In pnbih I Lunch. 97c. DinnerChoice

f f I heart designed from white pout lure taken from Matthew 3,7,)14, Iy bi'cause both of Three (lowers .
here! A new VertAgreen I puma en a dark velvet cm'lain After' a nhoit business session, sum lu be on the upsurge, In pop.ulnrltv .
product especially formulated provideu the backdrop for Ihe reecpticn Airs. Clark Still and Mrs Only In our ehlldhmd ...very.I of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked

for turf and tress grown in t I table where the gucata Barber closed the meeting! with body had cannas Much work hid

Florida soils. VEHTAGIIEEN were served wedding cake and I pravtrOlhirs. I[ bun done on developing the IIlIr.1 Deviled Crabs A

for FLORIDA TURF and ear punch, The fur, tiered wedding attending were Mrs D dvn ranna: one has nnly to (' Specialty

TREES contain organics F JORIDA; I cake was placed on the lahlc I C. Clack, Airs Kennie Braddock, Ine the wild cnnna growing In our '

TurltarsOrrfgfl \\'hl'ha skirted with while sit Mrs Liu'II* Wlngate. Mrs. Richard 1 ditches. one of the principal 1 an OUR SECRET RECIPE
promotes fast growth, but feeds I' In edged In laces' Bomiuels nl Middle<< '! m, Mrs, Wiley Ilickox carton of the garden variety, to

longer Try it! Sue marvelous white gladioli<< and clirjsanthenunim Mrs, Chris Johnson. Mrs Nolan !se>e how much had been aeeomplIMicd .

new beauty around your home. I graced the table beside the silver Johns Mrs, Nora McDonald' Mrs, The rl' ult'a Ihe ubiquitous Home Made ChiliFAST

Vertagmn ill available in convenient candelabras llayton Easterling, and Mrs { canm: bid cluttering the

50 and 100 pound bags I'' The new Mrs. Killrell atiindrdl I II Charles Junes spielousness if. lawns however
e I Texan Christian Umversltj and the small the pnpirtv One reads In COURTEOUS SERVICE
A "pradurt d AIMOUR University ef Georgia. She In a -' the not-sr.nrw, garden literature ,

I member of the Phi Fwil| n oior Ihe University of GI'orlllalh.'re about him to plant a canna \lH
Ity. hI'3S niirmd outsl lulling cadet round one. an ihlmg. one. a t trU

Five Points HardwareYoar II "Kittrell Is a native of rernimlinn during his senior year. He Is pre. angular one or. a diiimind. one Golden Sands RestaurantON
Grocery & lie' ich soil ntteiulcdsrhotls sanity enrolled In the Air Force \Beds suitable far park or civic

I' heie He iracluitcd! front Institute of Technology at TexanASS I planting were plunked doss" In the'

Armour Agent Cuniden County High ut hint.-! : College Station, Tex.. where middle of the front lawn. ItI' ,, THE OCEANFRONTrl1
PHONK 261$211'r't :) ( :>>
heed Georgia and received his nth'l I couple' will be at home follow nip I wonder thai lanmu declined

,I buch: I'I i,>r of science ekere-o 'Iran' leg a brief[ wedding trip, in popiiliniy: and wire prae-tkallyi\! I




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Leader! : Fcrnandina Reach Dot'Ma _. Tliur (la\ February 20 llf!\ ; Page FIve I

I Stork Club --- -- - -- --- .
Old\ Town Landmark To House Historical Society
had also aided materially In determlnlim the new man n n,i red by the

Accent arrivals at Humphreyi : McKendree Tells taxes fur bulldllK: and I II er.mty and ,11(1! (ihiii I'Of' n pleat! ,

Memorial Hospilnl ., cJwl'lhnWM(I hurt prcm lit! I Ie i' i svral r--

A ion Joseph Fdjiar/ It. horn history Exemplary of Fcrnnndlna of the period oj| 'in "te. n .<' "r. .. ((' ml mud li' m i 1':11:i, e" (OIKind ", Mi ft'mine tiled that/ the IZrell'Pt'1) parti i 1,1,1 1 Pool n I ion i,,. ."'I I !tt '

February. 4 to F.djarlnd/ / :Mario when It was heir t I"> a busiiinu l Isn't 11 the "ptnple have acrrptrd the tax rd,H : ,. -,1,1 I -,'i
malice, ) IMd1'I1tI ,- ,Mb;, I .v r". ,.
Vulic land w II
seaport and the cnbrl I the pn"'(.ram limn far even where Irt"oI'( < ;ton i o" t
A daughter/ Sinr!
February 4 to Aaron and Joyce is the old Capt. "tt b l II '' the 'inn I",'." I I 11" n i ''',mm dO ''II"
Kawls, Jacksonville! < no 'ius was' to'line'| hi er 'b"rd'lo'5, l the Meta,
taxes nillhl
house recently leased to rases conic d'.wn f d r
lip Dmcm
A son, William Mark, burn Kb.: Umtml Clinch Ilitirnl. 1 So.e1.ty. .- shouldtm whi 11 II I r,, KNlly U. liinthmntr' as the pini'ram proi I Itiressr I rone1 :"f rr'! ,.r,', ot

ruary 8 to> Harold mid LamerleSingletary I''I 10111/:1'11.: i: < and !b5'qua'es arc erned.in ,
fcr '
of 'thM
paynnnt inxcn and) t r n" 1/1I'r i ii !
MniMjml. Insurance I The MX, avwsv, ; "r F.: tr.'I ssrd| his li' ling cf till mi!:Milt" ()I.. o< thr'< 'I i Lot t ", ,oj i i I.i ran
A daughter. Tcrlc niipitiiuilin, I i t Inn M Mini rnoioriili -
February 9 to Nick and Lynn Barbara burn I 1 Tilt homo. CAT 81 vcnrs old | In he woo' ', .J 1 0 Ole i tar ir m >gram, Me'Komi; ;'11 said thathrre If an m i 01.I s ,

Smith North 14th St wts halt for James Drll, HP <.f the pulp moils! oho ,111,1 'II"H t ore" s ne 'W1'' 1 )pjr' t :Is 01' hw It 'Ii" i

A Thomas I Dana, burn HIP first pllo s In p 'n!' t too O not Iniliciliin I III t I'"i. i-".nt I., "I i I' ''and In (Ihr pnmlv II"' ,-o't i I u 11 n-I-I '" VI 1. "" -5,I : ,\
u rori: to Roger and Gloria; : )Had.. I! Town' alter/ the: Civil War lorr d Inn m( ,i Inn'i and i 1'III'al1lr', ... ,'smi < Ill<'e ml neri'i rid oIIt", ul, I :'<' aI',:t" V -i '' \ I II' 4-

den 40(1( So nil rili: The Illtlc lall.1 I IwolPhlnn upon a Muff' nnlunkiu'' I too' 0,10 'in 'to'! 0 'li i I.-" i'," 11' urniel t"r tie job rather( ,''u','J i l h 'i'. I, 'r<1 ,',

3 Ibi 14 m will remain It fares the barely! trx nhl,' u'_ lie 'ii d I h 1..1. I a ii"' ", ,", I III I ''n an i I' idinpr" ,i 11.,1 i I"' I Ima V..1, : I ,I. 'I' .

at the hrspl'ul vlIl:1::I a"I later: date 1 I mains "f the old I Sp ,nra,, i i r'' i-' i 6R 1's!situ non-,u I-i'" I"' \\ I I 101"'I i th.'n 1 i the! p..k'.1 i 'h I 11 h' h' t II i I', I I' r

A son (hailc Cleveland: Jr. San Carlos Across n I P'/i a.>" : ale" ,M.,,1"1'111", I "' ,"HI Ih plate lor HIP IH' >4 lax jejrMcKinlice "I.x. ; 1: II o I 0 /11.

born February. 1 13 I n Charles' and the Amelia KKcr lie; : 'I 1 -to'i I h. like and Ihal the i 1,1..11',i i sr n nvl : showed a number" Gf t Ir,
land, rnce used to ,
qiuitint yn.
lice Gallon/ 2001 Flrrlda A\c
)low fever patients,
A ion, Villlam\ Dniplns Jr born
Capt Dronci brrn on o
Pcbruarv 11 t;, William /and Dora .
bones, Yulce plantation on CumboilatJ let dIn j

1838. purchased l"i s 'I"1 u'
house on the corner olVhili' ill't I
Estrada streets from Captain U' I Does your car '

after coming to Old Town' SI't n

after the Civil War, lie served wander or weave?

his apprenticeship with tie:, branch ,y
CA of plluls In this area ca'led !itFtrnnulina Pull to loft or h of a" t t rp t ,' a

Brantn: ," m, n tnoughly 4
right? If so ,
you n '
familiar by pirsnnil spel -

For Every 'Icnrc. with! the Fcrnnnd liai THE (',\I'T. I\\NLS HOUSE, stindinn' ai a reminder or Old TonnV seafaring hl'4. need OUR. I irIJ

and;Jral,till adjacent waitrs and bury, I h typical of (the period in which it w. "'"lit.< (the hie It OO'n. Iterentarnuired! : ; .

.NEED l"\. leave: hv the Duncan (l.amont linch historical !Society, it even NporU a widow' ,. ."I'Q ,
The Dnwnei hone, li
the period In which IIl'a hnralf butt, walk, where wives! of fff captains and hir'nir Ixial: pilots could watch the htintn IKIhrir

v It ennui complete: with a vldtws ftl' ''handl4uidld!\ ships in and out of t the hirhor.

'''walk In' front of In-- two lefth.indwlndaus .

end a cupib-tnpird] : tower '. Captain D<1\\nrs'\ two thuclilenMM : FRONT END ALHIMTi

Medical and room through/ whale uli'dmt< lured DIIII'' ('s Courier and Happenings Around Yulee

dental expenses one Is luppoocd to be able tn sec MM Nancy: D omen &',b'rl live I

the ships on the otcnn. help In Fernnndlna Beach not (too I I

Debt consolidation I Most of tile 11 pilots of the Frr f fT frun the old trwn' In which I BY ANDY MEAD

nandlna Dranch residod In O'd they were barn :Mrs Sclbert Is
Wo had A basketball game with hlL fir 12 points. Frank Tailor, 11 : ill )
Town In 18 2l'Jwn Capt D\\) nrs membership chairman of the his.
Household expenses, tcirlcnl I Terry Poiker Saturday, February Billy Jones, 7: Bnonl'' Tucker' and i/ Reduces Tire Weary
became a pll"t. though\ row el (ill" soclity
large and small I lath In Jacksonville, Our boys got William Zellernver 6 points; AI-
tall, quaint)' old horses rema'n' [trcmlndire Tie hslorlcil society has plans
off to a bad Rlnrl I fred llpripy and llarnlil Jims, 4 -
of Old 1 Tiuns i: raiiiiK lor a complete restornllon of the
Auto repairs andmaintenance but almost mao piints Illllp. Dviuhl 1'1:111
: Judy \ / : Improves Steering
list01" y. "Id pilei house with a email section
'gel I In niol. and Ron Skdlon. 3 :
charges. e up I I pilnH: ulll'
It was the J jab, of throe ])11,11, to to t > be reserved for displays ol
gl ir II bl'lol'e the RII'kll''ilkr... Eddie sent!
"rln? the ships throixh the tieach items! rf local Interest In conjunp.tlrn r Pope i''
Mortgage and root buzzer, We I I IR',bert Stevens netting 2 points V Increases Driving
emus sand ban at the rlver'smnullt with that perltd The remainder ,
Insurance premiums.I It was their duty to go In of the house Is to be refurnished ROle up to a I I corn, r In4I
Ine point {trail The following Safety .
I Monday WI' plav ,
pllrt boats skiff and rowboats ] with articles and furnitureof I
') make the I ed them again This time
seorf''t' I
and later larger craft tn hoard the the late WO's. Mrs. Joseph C TioftrStileklmid /!
I 4 61, Larry Ben high
was point mm
--G-I veisels even In the r01l11'Ir,1I''n.. Cregiry' of Jacksonville has made !
I. if1 cot hit 22 pnlnls wllh :10 J( points. to bring the Ilor.
(her at all seasons and house and the first donation of furniture In '1'' All
or Yulee, with I nets 10 a 7'H1lctorj'! The "1lIamt' 1\
pilot t them In, the form nf an old hump buck A
PAYMENT TERMS I WFBBS FIORim. book describing trunk to be planed at the foot of I I mar Murray was close b'H wr edged by N rk o
Setting 18, Roger I with a score of Win:
florid. published around the vel-to-be-atquirul Caplalo'sb"II
TO SUIT I Strlrkland 1) Dm MiKSlnlxHham I The Yulre Dlmrltt. fhnmhcr of / CFI
1883 says )Hint "III the early day! ,
16. Mallory Wilder! and Utnny Bell Commerce will meet tonight at
{YOUR POCKETBOOK! there was bitter rivalry; annum\ Tote society will also display : Precision Alignment on our VisualinerHere's
2 S e
getting piiinls each 7:JO P.M. nl the Barn Rrslminmt
the unorganized pilots and each; seine of the artli-les of Doug Dec-
Our JayVee Just wa.n't hitting All members and Inlrrestecl .
pilot raced his lung high.nidid ken collection Includ ng ducal persons S r Ice
and their was We started off! please! try to attend
LOANS UP TO $600 boat against the tithiin Inordir to !coins guns. and furniture I 'I'
pretty well, but couldnt Ret anything The Yulre Lions Club has re. E its What We Do:
Bit out to tile ship llrst plot It Historical Society President
Info line bisket Terry Par. lout Its president, Mr A. V.
( In and collect the fie," The pilot!. :Mrs, Jag liarlcls hal made a request I
ken dldn Deem to have that prob. MrPhersnn because his work hhidered I II
became organised btfoie the Civil Hit: : am me Interested In
I Ipm'lt! Horntt stoiers were: | his attending initllnRs, VicePrriidtnl
War and built n stul) pilot 1 liwir< 1'1,1'111'1111,111111, pipirs bucks, documents 1 Correct caster
Frank Tailor, 10 points; Bryant O A. Walker will take
( fl'oml'ltll'h to sluht ships fiuiltuip. or ship models
Tucker. 8: Ron i 1\1..tll'1 Ski'lion, lover the Irsdmhlp.
Elsewhere \Vcbb cilia he( name of tills peril to the project cim i
k GORpoRATtoN 6; Larry Robinson S: Jody Little. We will have a game whit Illl
group of pilot< a treniul tact tin sxld.v at 21i1.5i81.: I I Only 2 Correct camber
4 and William /xlliriiwtr\ and Hard
: 308 Atlantic Avenue : hrlilnv, lihiuiny 21st 1 In
class of iipilnlilc gent i'men Mn Stibcrt saint that the no.eirty ,
'jy firnindini Hilly Jimis Rot two points each Ililllnrd{ "B" gnme starts al 7:011.:
florid .
ever ready to inlcilan (heir visItors is at this time conducting Its
{A Telephone 261.3661 l l"K.W : :: : The final mole: '!'Kl-.17Tiitsdav so everyone he on luind as I hiM
with a fjnil of lnt">'ruling annual me mix'r ship drive, Annual I 3 Correct toe-I n-
till OfflCH IN i MCKSONVlLlI hibrunry llth we did I promises' In he a good one. ,
} remlnlstiues of their nilvcnliirmiH I, me.mhtri.hin: ,! Is $200: any inter.iested I' a Illtle betttr! against SI. diorm I Ynlcp' Ilnrntt Fans lime a big/

tic." \ partln may imlutt 1\11'1'1'I Larry litimell gut 2H points, lamar day scheduled for Saturday Hb '' 5 0 the major cause of
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Murray, 15; Ronnie Key, H: I runny 22nd This IB the nude of mir abnormal tire

Roger Slricklind. 1 III: Ed llersty, llimircnmiiig(, HIP illvilles will wear

Performance of 9: Dm IIIftMnhiithnin A: Mallory :begin with Parade at t 2 (ID/. followed 6
Wiltttr 8; mid Martin Key, 4, The by .a Chicken:: Suppir from:: 4
E "Ballet of 8 Flogs"3cJ Inspect tighten
9 BUY TWO I final score: Yulte 8<> -- St reor 500 until, 7:00: and 'lImu.1I l with Any ,

I For SpringThe p, 51.Thl' : lions warne with Callahan at 7,HO, American adjust steering
Junltr Varsity had Its greatest Everyone make your plans to 'hi I'
Hillct of the Fight Fl.ics victory! thtit night, winning there Car
F troll be pipsenlpcl by the mtmliirij their game 65-I't, Limy Robinson Ad ins Arnluos, hash hoegnlI! !

? tif Hie JilnniiiSthiol, of the Dance I Iat Just It.Take
'i say "Charge months to payl!
/ their spunu dance tonctrt This

ONE I cilninil) balM was Inst performtd I Florida Jaycees Two Yulee Students

1 6 In June of I l2. horenitraphed Among Nation's
I tool: static t ;; I by Mrs. Owtns: daiitc Top

1/ WILL :n>lrtU'III'1111 i / ; Mrs, Guv Dudley' Adopt ProgramFor Ranking Sophomores
muslinl ocpcimmiiist t. the spring
I prestntjll will be a new verslin, I Shirley Annette Ryals aid Jnnies I

The dunes will Incliik: 'Tin 19-Safety-4 Andrew: : Mead: \iilte lliili Sehnolsuphonwn'ee I: : I
"rw ; DO Legend il Hit Amelia Isliml Witch, I I have ionic sign il yhtnored
r-- : \ I TALUII \SSFE with Ccrlifiealei of AI'h.I I
I 'reI' 'ipc" J"'lrn.ll-nily|' dressed In The Florid
,// f'I c) Spanish:J nn MI injuilna( up Hit' JaY" <'I'R will make an altiuil ion '' leveTnenf fir elrnep' Research As.sueiolt'n .
sorry of ex,It ni/! Tlmiiquiinii' In ppnlrnlcd elfoit In cnnv tin I1)!) as n rtsuli ol Ihi,'ir scoresIon I

I 0 nt'ana."t'! ( tlimllv Pirates ul Jean SA Fl'':l'\'-6& cam|>alKn Into every tin Null
Suburban La title," rising front behind community In 1l1rhll: Cody I IBuley I., I mint' TI.ISAdmiiilslircil,

treasure ehisti" to hiiint the Cue. I stile .li tpe prtsitlintanniuniiil I In Novtmher 1'16,1''

cancer TrJl Spiinlth Senltrita lure Inlay: I to !'Illl nnl loth grides' throultht/,il .

JJyniJ-T mp. diniiiu wih i' llnr riHtiimts, anda Hilleho Is nisi n mcmlitr .
I the lulled Stales, Hie (tots mi,'a, .
Slatelv! English Ciuit: Dance, of the llorldi Industrial SnfilyCommillpp 'Sr u
sure I lie hroud/ a prtts if rdaea- I .
Tie theme will continue with
: salt) that the I1).SAM .1 I ITV lional
dl'wlnlml'nl of pupils|' .
CombinationAir Patriots, diimlng proudly /and r
a Mexican: Htsta:" rhythmic .4 prrErim:/ will be Shhley and James were' two of I ,

1 dances tn tic! sirs ns if Florida's rd with turn traditional IncorDoral'l the ten students from Yult e High

Conditionerand neon Stephen' Jester music Gre. tinning l Jnytpe saf< ty tho Ink the lest l, mid nerved In tin

(for McGrtg represented In a such as traffic, bicycle teen.ogt [ top ten pininlllr if (IiII' troll'

Seotlsi: hi I'd' and \ernl varli-' safe driving and the stilt' ldt' graders In Hit null'in. I I

Gas t ( r dons en The Eight:' :, Flags" will vehicle! safety check I .

HeaterIT be Im hided The Ktntlc( "Wind I Go\einor arris Brynnt has rrI .;
Sewing Class To Start
end Surf 11 hi,'a,it'fill rernaidlnaOcach I Icrtnl/iil the Jitee vehicle! safely,

Si"'llnrn I\II"s, prrform.UK chirk by proclaiming the day if I A besinnrn this In si \ting w'llgit '! t. .. ,v ,
era' n ,llv untie' i The tonftd the thicknril, IIIolllr! < Vthitli! .4 M r
HEATS IT COOLS IT USES GAS (imdirwjy tiltlny. Filirunry( .
Or/II Mm, ," and a m/lJc'/ 111' linulerepremnina I IlnspreUon' |>ny 28. at lie I Ritiialliin tinier" "

The lulled SlaIn The state Jaycee FxieutlveCiimmittie !tlassca will ho held rah I Friday ,' ,

ull mimic" I Hit pr000litn't, loon. anti Do"ird of Directors I for M'vI'rlllI'c'I'kR from 9.:111: mini ,

This ballet;, I I is In the process of : iiminimi uJy ulopltri< the I!ISAMTV >:. II ,10 ,
he'lii'( inrthlul: .4 program us a projtct for a m \\ I. 1H11:0j'IAS'I'JoIt: ):; : : : :MKIIANIC; I N ,\\ KM'I:Ul' I IN Till;! U.Si: 01 OUUMODI

CiQSIW! OUT SALEALL The sin'mu dance. et m'erl will the year after II was presented In I ThNe1'111 IIP ni ihargi fur (tin' : ':UN AM: (UIItlhM'; (: ; ILSlINd; ; MJUM'MLM: .,

he sponsored' hv the demral; Duncan I them by State Industrial Com. course to lx Insli'in'ti'd hv Mrs, ,
I Miry! N. Il.irrlHon, Coiuily limn.
Lomint (llnth Historical, So. mission Chairman Woiley Bronco

1953 MODEL tie'y! cil Amelia Island I I at the groups winter conference Dimonslrution Agtnl Firestone

The djl' i of perfi rnuncc! Is to be In Panama City Classes are ripen! tn (those Inltretttd NEW TREADS .

In Ii'urning to sew and to '
announced "We believe that the Incorpora ; APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN
RJ\UG\ P S, REFRIGERATORS! lion of the IOSAFFTY4 projttt those wishing a hii.sle/ knowlidgpof / TIRES

Jr.-fli Elementary ; Into our overall suftty prrgram fabrics and! patterns, I II WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
will be of for 'lurllier Informnlitin rontatt
btncfit to I
HEATERS AND WATER LlNfllROllM: MENUS Mrs Harrison ul 1 Illllliid :N0.solo Narrow or Wide Design,
SPACE both projects, HaiRy said,. : '
trnMtmhy 24.01) steamed'I "It will have the 1'11"1lr addIng ( : 2T.'ill;? after 0.30.: : or the Tubeless er Tube-type VaV fQt /
Meat loaf
: Htcrpatlon Cinler: ,
ut.7 ,ial2'au'a'h' u1oar
Iht strength and influence! of .
rice builtrttliilnnth i
w \ nravy: ,
HEATERS. IISUITV: to our projuts and, .. Ntit Tnada, W.nl/.J ( Mnlalluui end 1'OUARANTUD
eainit relay and raisin -- y (Aop meA are
: ::; Iin I turn we will give all the sup 49
aliid, rolls and I butler, assortedc01 ; ; ; every community In the SI lie"
opted M.e4
l In
.kIrs. >na milk port pohsiulc to WSAFFTY4 in I w'"kmulhon..a m.t.rnat. dash. or. el trwa
pint Bailey laid, Aa.lol norm.) r ad h.urW Int.p1 nD.InIM aaMnwl n..ur '
Buy New At Greatly Reduced Tutsdiy: lima bum ham every Florida community, Bailey 4rN 4 mrrdp gr>..arr ar m.Iw la m.tk.,
I I said Ho explained that Racal Jayeeeliulxin .at 14. 51554 wwr sad b. .s IYk a l. r nmatC 1
rU ('roll'. Kreen salad Harvard o< usl t..a4
Prices Before The Showing of beets cornbread" and butter pecan ', Broun plaiidptl the Jaycee ac. safety. committees would
work In 19Sd"nS Plus tax end 4 treds tn tlrefa
lion. I cooperation with clvlt
brnwnlc. 'j orange, 'I pint
milk j I He said, "The Incorporation of I groups local nuslnn firm, pr..... j '
In March.
New 1 1764 Models Wednesday 1M t d'Bs / buns the SAFFTY' .4 campaign Into I radio, and lelevismi" \ brIng I its' ; ;1 :4 'u 'g.1iLtI11j: ;

baked beU"I'xlran: cole slaw the Jayeee safety program Is In Importance of safety home to ti

apple (:Ibbll'r.I'i pint milk I I keeping with (Iho high slanrfard tif fry one.

Thnrodiy O\rn fried thicken community services rendered by''

SUBURBAN PROPANE mashed, potaltxi WI gravy, sliced that group cif line young men This SILENT IIOIADY ,

tomatoes buttered corn, rolls and I I joining together of these Iwo programs Contrary to popular belli" the I I I Tire tone BEACH SUPPLY

I butter. grope Jtllu w/ fruit H assures the J'.SAFF.TY.41|Iblnodhnund I dtesnt follow a trail

GAS SERVICE pint mi'kj !! campaign of even greater/ arccm. sniffing the ground and emitting''

j Friday: Tuna w/ noodles, green plishmtnt than He achieved' la 19 eerio/ hnwls It runs without bay.

261-3661 GAS SERVICE beans, celery., slicks, sweet potato SAFETY" lung, having been tralmd, to silenceto 118 Atlantic Avenue Phono 2614432r
7 S. 7th St. ANYUIIKUK I I '
snuffle, rolls and butler, apple Loral Jaycee groups will stage avoid/ warning fuuilvcs or

I wedg.s b pint milk I c_.lItr..... safely prfram kt frlgMnlnf KM ehllttrn!

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. ye Six News.Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida, -Thursday, February 20, 1964> FOR COLORED:

Fun Club News. I Campers Respond To Lure Of Attractive New Parks(I I For Funeral John Friday Battise,

? BY MAl I.V JOIIVSONIII' ; ULI. IJ.\ CltU'T 'Lifelong ResidentFuneral
E Et There. are now plan for more for John L. Bultlse. native
We all had a most enjoyable
lima. t. ..( b ni (ho Kim Club In Florida( ; there writ HO many In of) Nassau County and resident
Seattle nt the Woild's; Fair, that ol Fcrnundlmi Beach for 67 years,
W"t" ur (hunk to
n :\ '1 r I)''luniiniind apace was preehou.l; towns and will\ lie held at 3 p m, with Father
Mm: Bulley stores cuter to their whims and I James D Ellisor, rector of Si. Pet
such.. b needs; equipment has been! |>ecislly er's Episcopal Church, officiating.
or planning
a Jsa
fi manufactured fur their Interment '
i n interesting I 1 J use wll follow In the lamlly
program for uiic fV u s ', a 1 and state and national parks will pint at BUMIIIO Bello Cemetery,
e boys and I i q 5,+ t wr e yr ray have to (crow fast to keep up Batllsc, who died Tuesday at his
with them. Who they ? You
!his In the filth residence at 311 North 4th after a
be one yourself They ai ie .
may lunged illness
and sixth grades I pri ( was a communl.
r FAMILY CAMPERS: 'cant of Goud
who lire nut cumIn yk Shepherd Mission,
No longer inhibited by the usual
arc missing wheie he had served as Senior

it ,..i ui ., inn i,n out) ant, j J'ln problems assmluteJ with ace Warden fur 20 years. ,
comodatlon and meal retting,
e ui next Friday from J 30/ -S 00 p,m,' He was assmlale owner nf Huff.'Batlisu. .
of American "humeliodii's"are
This Is whit 'mr MOM senor Funeral Home, established
taking to their automobiles,
mid abuul (he Inn Club last Irl- here in I'.UO' ,
dav x 4t trailers, tents, and sleeping bag, I j
: and hpadmic for the open country.By -- ----- _.__.._
BUDDY CIHBS: Pretty !good
2 thin medium many people who
JULIE LASSFHRE Pnlty neat I tents, camp-sites, and trailers,
t UiN I'LUU IMIlTICII'AMS pictured they spell words otherwise wouldn't think of it an
.. You get to play a lot of games and also manage to generate an
not always correctly, in an alphabet name are, left to Fun!" f t traveling throughout the United atmosphere of fun, congeniality,
s States Canada, and Mexico, to
.. riifht, Peter Buruhardt, Donna lilalock. Patricia King, PETE PETERS: "Fun You wM"f In state, provencial, and national i I and fruti-inilv ilvalmg any known,
Barbara Wahlin, and Frank Sauls. If there Is any connect'on get to play a lot of games and you stay parks, see the sights arid Slime families camp us they

between fun and noise, this "quiet Kame" was a get lo pick your pardicriI I kt relax in the great; outdixus." travel; ,somu go then favorlUeainpsi.

lot of fun.Commissioner. I Isomdlm8'' ,y'.aN Why the great exodus? Because I h : -,ina stay two 01 thru
_._ CONNIE! KNTZMINGrn: : "I think weeks tit boat, swim, or fish;
--------------- Mair'4a camping Is fun, ecnn""I.,1.and .
It I a lot of fun and I like the families
: i lie pointed out that In the min. new to most tiaveli-rH.] Ellul p. camp individually)
Ben | of that meeting another Commissioner square dancing ped with utanduid load some join ir.u: >,u is like the Nation'
utos a niai( : I'
I PKORItAM FOIL F1tlD,1Y. Kr.UKUAHY : s j til l Campers Association. Thaw
suKKCbtc'd the bench aicahe most anyone can find one or more
(Continued from Pane: One) Improved through HIP regular( 21st: .., of the many parks which dot the carry e<|'iipment, ranging from a
jind discussed further! t>o action | city budget and Ihal It should b! Ice Breaker, Human Tic Tae Ice f4Awr'ri'' r.e per fr.i! sAw map along] nearly every loutc. single, tent and sli-cpmg bag tu
Grand March TunniU and
-was taken at that linoRecounting ,/, 1 delayed until a plan fur beach iin. ,I I W The Hit' rum'e fee to H pink muy the full winks, including] : truilei..
IhaCthife r Ocean Waveshoik lent Coleman stove lawn chairs,
I Is merit
priivements be presented by the run as much as two dollais! in
:in bath sides, News-Leader haute American Girl ke box and, In Honda, wall to
a re.porter Planning and Advisory Board The some htates, but rarely comes to
this week contacted ComTiilssinncr I minutes showed that another Commissioner ,' Polka ,,< .. "v ,rY; .,,, more.! Thin fee covers children wall Spanish) moan,
10 minute break
Surcr.bcn for a tlarillca- agreed with tills thinking : and luggage, and provides. a family Of louiso the weather Is not al-

lion ef his standSorciwn (. I Group Western Game Square-Dante lloup -Relays Dive fur I TOPICAL I EX.II() lImOUlES enjoy up-lo-l.Ie; camping facilities at historic" Fort with the piotcuion of rangers asa LcHUafu4| and sonic-times

began!!: with"citing that Sorensen and another. Commit lie( Oyster flinch! Slate (IMrk. on duly und a locked guts ut favorite tamiAjilc-s. ; sue taken or
the beach recreation, area has beenbypassed shiner held out that even if not full -- night. I perks> full, foiling campus> to result
for many jears while for beach that Contra Dame VirsliilJ BiflSonnnen I'aik facilities rungc from to the more common, ilvilUe -
sum agreed on may
funds have been piovidfd for many some monies should be Included Rep. George Stone ''Mrs. H. W. Fishier I with Thompson t( .opened the meeting I near civilisation; hot showers, | l forms .if accumulation, but the
other areas of the city. for.. that area niiieid that (lure was prayer laumliy tuba or machine, daily campers aio' an enthusiastic "group
In bucking!! up his bland he went A member of lire Planning and a need for Hume additional rent Ulhiussion took place concern. garbage pickup, picnic tables, gull and a rapidly owing one The
back lo the minutes of a CommAs.I I Advisory Baird suggested that If room facilities at the wolf course (Continued from Page One) Continued( from Page One) I Ing( the district meeting lo be held and fireplace! | !, a water supply near steel) iiicreHrft in the populiuity

Hilon meeting In May of 1962I hen It was not feasible at that time to and Hint lie favored this but nut to standing work In teaching conicrvatlon The chapter holds the Mcdlin !' Thin sday, February 201 h, at the each campsite, plus a mensiun .of. this Spill t, 01 art, as you will,
It was first moved to begin negotiations Include the full amount needed for the extent of the full surplus Trophy award for Increase In Chateau In Jacksonville Bench: I stand, fuewood for sale, and beach has caused many states! Florida
for an Irrigation system beach Improvements that the Commission lie siiKKcslcd( Hint a fair portion Rep. Stone Is a deacon In the membership hlch It received! In and the, Ulrnte-e Centennial eclebration facilities, to so called "prlmalive" included, to think NOW; about
and paving of the parking area at consider purchasing of a Ko( to beach Improvement and that Presbyterian church and very active 1962, The Amelia Island Chapter! I t to biTheld at the Olustec I camping facilities Usually pie-- I ISPPl'uptoting' funds for the const .

the golf course He pointed out certain parcel of private property\ work begin now on leveling of ad. In Boy Scout work. Is also the possessor of the Ruth Battlefield site on Saturday, }'eb.I fered by veteran campus, these luition of mme and better
.that al that time also It was moved that would eventually be neededfor ditional oceanfront recreation area He will also address the regular :Ncdc-r silver tray award fur Us I ruury 22nd Several members plan undeveloped spots may have facilities I parks in which to house the great
to raise greens fees at the course planned Improvements.Action that rest room facilities be pro. weekly meeting of Kiwanis Clubon scrapbook. The scrapbook project to attend these functions The decision limited to (perhaps one number of family campus pre-

"and that all golf course funds and was finally taken al that sided since no such city facility Monday evening at Seaside Inn. was under the direction of Miss was reached to purchasefive pump with safe drinking: water, I dieted for. the future

,..revenues be administered In a sip- meeting, according to the minutes, exists, that additional parking area Marie Cone, current president of 'I tickets to the Battle of Olus- leaving the campers to fend fur I -
rate account for normal maintenance on a motion by a Commissionerthat be provided and that cabana-lype the chapter. lee Centennial costume ball which themselves. The privacy, though,
and retirement of debts Incurred they seek validation v( revenue shelters be provided for picnicking', Kiwanians Hear The meeting was held In the will be an affair of Saturday Is so valuable that often the inconvenience *

by the proposed Improve. certificates to be used for the wel. groups home of Mrs J, B, Thompson on I evening, February 22nd. at the is overlooked. DOZIER&GAYPAINT

-mcnts He said that he voted no at come station marina, golf course He suggested further that an op. (Continued from Page One Atlantic Avenue, Mrs. Cecil B, George Washington Hotel Campers have developed a sense

that time on the basis that there Improvements, ball park lighting lion be secured on the property frigerator, He also displayed a Biewton, presided In the absenceof I Mrs. Herb White reported the of familiarity and wherever they!

-was no Immediate need for a raise In the amount of $450000 and an suggested by the Planning and specially perforated shipping container the president, Miss Cone Mrs proposed chapter of the Children congregate, people either already
:In the greens fees later for Advisory Board as desirable for I of the Confederacy which Is being
amount to be determined manufactured fur the opera. ._ know each other, or soon get acquainted
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He referred to the minutes of the Improvements of city property at the extension of beach recreation bur of a worm ranch. The cartons organized in Fernandina They meet over and 'Best For The South'CHECK

-June 27, 1962, Commission meet- the beach facilities and that the Planning and arc especially\ printed and decorated ., direct part In determining the plant Beach over again throughout the country -U--

:3nj;] when a discussion was held on In summing up the present situation \ i Advisory Board be requested! to for the Hpt'clllc needs of each output. For example, a freeze In the Several letters of endorsement and no feel a kinship somewhat OUR
financing for the building of the Sorensen noted that there Is provide an acceptable overall plan customer, Field units for set- truck garden IU'easlhlcl! might 'were read and acted upon like that felt among Volkswagen

Ikclcomc station and city marina, now left of the original $430.DUO Is- fur beach Improvement. Him up the knex'ked down flats on curtail production of fruits or vegetables Those present were Mrs. Fishier owners or boat fanciers. PRICESShield's

:capital: Improvements at the gulf sue, alum of $416774 which Is In conclusion Sorensen said "I 1 locution In the truck farm areas can result in an Immediate Mrs Thompson, Mrs Henry Also in then I frequent contacts 0
course better lighting, facilities al earmarked for beach Improvement am wholeheartedly In favor of all ore operated by the Company to enable luck of outers for the local plant to D Cook, Mrs Dena Arnold Mrs, I with others of their kind they pickup

the City Bull Park, and Includingan and the sum of $20.624,56 as surplus types of recreation for residents the farmer tu bring his pro. fill, and thereby curtail production I L W )Ilanlec Jr. Mrs. Carl I Information such as, the parks Grocery
amount for Improvement at the from, the amount up to $100- and visitors and am only seeking duUlon to the consumer In the must In the plant. Quiiltlc-baiim, Mrs. Brewton, Mrs which have the best facilities, the

beach area In connection with I 000 allocated for gulf.. course Improvements to see that all ul our anus of this efficient and presentable packages I Bill Webb! club president presided While, Mrs. J, C, Bennett Jr.. best and shortest toutes to the 211 ATLANTIC: AVE.

land use plan being studied by the of Irrigation system nature receive equitable treat- possible. + and Louis Ferreira played the Mrs E, R, Willis and Miss Mir.J sights they want to sec, new point. .1'IIONE 261-9013:
City Planning and Advisory Board, and paving of parking lot, ment." Weather, Alday doled, plays! a accompaniment for club singing lam Willis. eis on rigging their eampeis' :
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News-Lemier, Fernandina i Beach, JloritU Thursday, February 20, 1964 Pale Seven
Basketball i Pirates Trounce I -... ._.! .--. _
League Underway; -

I 'Battle Royal HeadlinesMat picking up tempo, with Hardee's

Hardee's, Stevens' Motel Score WinsBY Bolles 59-32 To team the league winning at two this times stage to of lead the

15 to take runnerup honors In scor. Show Here Friday ( End '63-64 Season Sports SlantsBY and season KAC, Stevens round, out Yulce the Merchants four-team

CURT CORDONlUrclec's Inn for the winners. Taunce Smith, league! which could develop Into alarger
I I scored 7 league next ,,
Harder hook-shot artist : season
defeated the Yuleo 8n KT GORnsNThe ;
points but hasn't regained her CURT GORDON! <:r Merchants, 42.22, and the Slovens The first round of the Girls'World
1903 for the basket as yet 1-rrnmnlmH Beach Pirates
rye Chief ltuv Caldutll called to
Motel team defeated KAC Wide Tournimen!
50.21'1 Wrestling
In basketball games ployed last Pain Davis scored 11 points to Battle Mill handed the I Belles Bandage a 59.32 The nmnlina\(\ Reach Piralen bv all players. Kieliiitl Sipp pup our attention! last t week that the
land an Royal
Thursday night at the local Jun- lead the Merchants In scoring 'highlight the mat card slated here basketball ni'lbuck last TI..oda\. lout nut In Ih(' -\stune Cuiifer- ped up It. tin top oi Iht list' Imtcatl absence of the Counly Basketball!

lor High gym, I I while Sharon Conner scored 5. I Friday night under the auspiclesof night to end t hI'I1I.I.ti4\! regularbasketball elite Basketball. Tournumtnt lust of Homm llou Ilia) hnljll'lwd.1; (' Tournament which at one time
201 I Linda Vnnzant 3 and Sharon nclu-dule The Pirates weekend at Given! Co\e Springs don't know but our foe In red was an outstanding affair was
Eloise Minton racked American Legion Post 54.
Groover scored 1. will enter the Group Tournament (ornaiullna( drew a first-round live nollcablc Milliard Callahan Fer.
points to lead the Hardoo team to ", According to Post CommanderT !
Deusy Mattox played her first : In Green Cme Springs next week, and played Green Cme on Friday Worm>. haskelball In nipldlv Continued( on page eight)
their victory over the \u\ee\ Mer- : W Tllnian this Is the largestand
of the season for Hurdees The two teams opened I the
game gam"Isleuly niulil.. but lost' to the Blue DevlinIn
chants while Judy Evans scored i !best wrestling card ever presented ,'
her dvtensive
and was outstanding at I as Jm Thrift scored 111 the connotation gimp: on Sal.
post along with Body ,, : J In I this area Matches will: first baskil alter two nnnules olpluv inl.iv!; night the Pirates were edged .

Hubert, June Roland, Jranettetltndersin "pf get underway at 8 15 at the Roc. to put the Pirates ahead, 2.0 In P h, Ynitgp of (ialmnUllo\ "

Trailer On DisplaySee .' and Evans ,, nation Center auditorium I II I then Blaikmcr scored, alter five (II.I.t Ml I, The only games minimum OUR PRICES ARE
Ellie lice played on offense for I In the girls' Battle Knval. the minutes nl pta fur Buttes to knot
; for the Pirates to play will be the
This New '
f j'J 114 lone survivor will receive $100.
but failed to 11 : tlie at 21 RIGHT !
Hardee's score 'r' ,' paste I(.imip Tomnnnient again scheduled!
Those become hull- .I I I
Susie French, ," I. participating Richnid, Stilts milled, a ehnrity for Hit1 Green C'ove g\m next
C.-.; Karon firoo.or when thrown out Mr Hill! To Take
Bible I they are while llnu nd seoud from I In- HiHippy t Care
rr Dot Crawford 1 i tons : week l-tiniinilina IIIIH a toiikli
Anolle Skipper
1 lover the top rope Already entered free throw line for Runes mid hi'score Olnv Semti 1 Problem During
1+15 Marie Clements and rl/lJ \ road ahtml bonuine if they get
( Linda Jones
arc Mold Ray, the present American Tin I Lifetime (lU.iranli'r On'our
.ir. shod!' .1-3, with 2 minutes re
Vanzant the de- past Orange Pnik In opining
Lets Ann were I ..
champion Mountain I Girl, Tin- !
I Ron-
fcnsive workers for the Merchants i.lt.' ) miming In the imrning'! period game, they run into the lop-NtHilod
MrH w 11 Lady Bolo, newcomer Lauren Gar. she Miire-d' I unit 1 gout I and a
,. Sapp a
led the Stevens r J Palalka team em the etond night
Elsie Brown .
J -I\ db4idl, I Ration girl I wrestler and S8.95
free shot' and Thrift added a 1\\u. Recaps
1 teum to a 50.21 victory over KACas '. ?,., ,, +
\ I ,Cs.h ? i. fi? ? McXiPO ci'y pointer to give the Pirates their
._ 4 she poured 28 points through Bob Hamby, regarded as theunctowmco Uniiiilo Sapp hall two good scur
A 3 first period store
T1 the nets Pntsv Junes< scored 14. (, Ing nlKlils fur tho Pirates In the
jiinlni : Sum, and, Rlchm'dSUI'II
Carol Wilder\ 4. and Wilma Carter \ I i champion of IheI OI'ld.111I meet. I scored I< to huts put the Pnates in '11I'11011111'111. Honnle stoied 24 Lasserre Motor Co.

SERRO SPLIT LEVELHILANDER 4. newccmer, the Marked Yankee. points In I the* Burnt against: ( rl''u
la I a 14.3 lend In the second quailir (ii'l'!' :South Mh SI reel. Phone :20MS19! :
ft'onda' Guest t scored 12 point ..J, The Yankee has a 30 Ib advant then( Thrill mid. Cook lidded, points ( o\o. tlirn ensue bark with 21aui

to lend/ the KAC team In scoring 'f 'M age over Hamby, who taut year I In stake I lie neon! at llu half 228 : list P K. 'tnituc tin the soeoitfl,'

A 11._ willo ....I.H..... a1. ..a vllli Carols Knight scoring 5. i surprised the spoils \\(1I'1dlI1I'n rirnaniluia eonlimicd to rim nlklilnv |player avtraging: over
.$5Hs. Ip1O.Nv.ls.s.d/sss bs. wIM Linda Evans 2 and Marcia Hamilton he floored former smuts boxing ; 211 (point, a night. It doing a prtllv
\ I'heid: and led I :11.12: midway -
M.al. Waahl, : alMl.: Low Down 2.Penny. champion, Joe Louis, when he refereed 1'ilrd qiMttiT! brine! Uollis served. Mod Jub>l we would nay,

sea I N.:;.r 'M'r,. Payment Anderson, Judy Bennett a wrestling bout In 1.1: on a rouple of quick baskets as oCr Vs *

awns.H I. -. hIM, Liz Roland\ did a workon .J W Paso. Texas, 3317 riling!! iibiml !manic rtmlnilsHi
._. ...a .......M. ants aWMdIN yoemans hi' fund" trie Ovine
.. .. wl...w. WMIfrJIk, defense! for KAC. Louis challenged H.imhv to a I II fur the Piraiei, al the end! of the that someone niiitle a mlNlake In Treat -
--. ..... .7A;;>
Virginia Brewer' Betty Potts, j I bout however Louis failed to pans third last wnk's IHIXIO and I know it
Also SCOTTY 5'0'N Uu. : VIOLET RAY his physical examination Yourself ",
Juanita i Knight, Linda Grooverand I Crash H..h Slaver eleiiied/ I the could nut have been me, but In
.."i EASY !Nulls did the defensive Tickets are "V for children, $10\)1) _
Jerry I 'lumh In dad peiliel aMIumUli. O'"NII''''' NO .OLIN
w.,h.iiooibi.I TERMS for adults tl.W ringside! Pnx'e'ds our i wnleiip of tin points seined
work for the Stevens' team Mike. ('te'k inJuM-d the IHS| ('lIthl'
..nt SCOTTY spout 11 the Pulse..! 1n4 from the 'icket sale will .go: to the 12 and
Action will return to mlniite-s hv weirinit |faints
.. .. EASY i Legion building fund
? Thursday night with liar. he Ronnie 'vipn Mining.. 8. I"Re's
*.*. ....11 IN. TEEMS gym on I I
playing K\C In the opener II IIdL'I1 Mike, l'ollk.llIh 21 points, led I To The

and Stcveiw' bottling the Yulee (Officials) SlateSchedules the Pirates In MI'urlnlI hili' Him-

SCOTTYTRAILER Merchants In the nightcap at'. me Sapp same tlireitigh with 1 11llornbiukle .

LEAGUE STANDINGS: : II I le-d Bulll'l11th 81 I VeryFinest

Hardee's 2 0 For points I
SALEST. 1 MYSTERY MAN the llnlln r- '
Stevens' 1 In I ho prellinlniirv !gums" t
Merchants 1 1 B leiiin upset the Kernaiulma

C. ADKINS KAC 0 2I I Baseball LeaguesBY Beach H team, 38-11: M

2114 Belvedere Ate. Pirates Lose Bid Beryl 1 Hire soured 11 Hurry: Iliee10 '

Fernandina Beach Fla. 1 I CURT GORDON Hank Bailey 5, Steve Hevlllc 4.

PHONE 261-3474 Trade At Home i For Conference Bill\ Rodeffer, president of the Hairy Mills 2 and Olekie Fox 1 I.

Little and Senior Leagues! of Fer Krumbeln stoied 21 to lead the 37 MODELS FROM 16VV Through 33'
nandina Beach, presided at a j Bolles team In scoring!

Basketball TitleBY meeting Monday night at the Container tfcxt\ Week Ih(' Pirates will travel | a MOSrADVANCIDSMEir

Corporation conference I to Green Car Springs: In play In STYliNG 'IN IOATINOTITO If Youre Interetted

(j Now we have the finest room Others present t were Buddy. t the Group, Cliss A, BiskelbnllTnurnainenl TIIATID TO In A Fine (JuHllty'
CURT GORDON Burgess, vice-prrnident of the I II II !In the aponlim !game ) riEVINT lOKfDO irUNOUi Fibre CInes Bawl > .

precision quality stainless steel The Fernandina Beach Pirates I Senior League, Pete Schilling + the Pirates will plug Orange Park AtlACKUNiQUAllID SEE THEVEGA -:
lost out In the Keystone Confer !
vice-preuident of the Little Lea.l and If th'y1111.. will nit-el I'ulatka. a FOICHAFTSMANSHir
blade. enee Basketball tournament which I gue.: Haskell Rice, player agent | the first needed team In the second A I 21 1 1I

razor was won by the Santa Fe Rebels for the Senior League, Joe Leeuer, round,, the enlr Ma'ador that I IMtOAIU) OUT1IOAHI

y, The Rebels defeated Green Cove { Little League player all"nt; Mike I I I wn Ja.JOsa." l'\\() ER m'TIOSSSportsman's
Spring In the finals for the title Pikula, equipment managerBen! : IU\) StORhlIrmandinu :
__ Fernandina drew a first round Sorenson, operations manager: Ig ft cps

Li bye but played Green Cove Springsin Ybor Alvarez chief \umpire: Fred blue Sapp I 4 fl 'I'll Jo I) f ( I,
the cml-finals/ I losing to the I Townsend, manager of the KiwanIs Ron Sapp 7 1 1 11 Wharf-

.- Clay County" buys 51-43 On Saturdny Senators, and Tom Michael\ j Conk 8 5 21 u.()( ) ,\
1 night the Pirates lost toP I manager of the Stags I Thrill 2 2 6 ,
I K. Yonge In the consolation Sieger 0 0 0Alve'ez IIUAlDS s ADIAt'KNT) : TO FLORIDA MARINE
6360. 1 0 2
game 4. as the day for all youngsters to ..." M,'",,,,, WELCOME: : STATION
The Pirates took a 13.10 first iBi-ckett 1 0 2
quarter lead In the Green Cove I register for Little League and I Schnmas 2 1 III fill"" II, EXdAlSlVT; "AC'l'<'>RY, ,O.\JTLET\ -
Senior League play. Tryouts _
\ J" M tI"" 0'" II WNANIIIN
game, but let City outscore them i Nobles 1 0 2
all prospects for the Little League I
GINI' .0'.....UN 0' ..to..M,,10.' In the second period 14.9. The will begin on Monday, April (. I j Howard 0 0 0
Green Cove team held a 24-22 Ferreira 0 0 0
.. April 6 through April 8 will\ beset ,
lead at the Intermission Totals 23 13 59
Green Cove scored 15 points In aside for nine and ten-year-old I

1 the third period while the Pirates prospects with Thursday and FrU Bolles FERNANDINA BEACH
4v was. scored 11 but Fernandina foughton day of that week set for 11 and !I II12 llornbucklc 2 4 8

even terms In the final eight -year-old prospects. j I II Howard 0 I 5 III."JEWEL

'minutes as each team scored 12 Practice sessions will begin I McMillan\ 3 2 8 '' (OF) FLORIDA'S() CROWNBEACHES" () .

points apiece which was not April 13 and last for one week for Smith 1 1 3'

enough for Fernandina and Green I both leagues with scheduled play Talcott 2 0 4

Cove won the game 51.43. beginning on April 20 Gelhman 1 0 2

Ronnie Sapp racked up 24 points All Little League players must I Eater 10 I 12 0 32 2 Directory Furnished By These Mrrrhant\ and Business MenGeorge's -
to lead Fernandina In scoring register on April 4 at the Little Totals
A truck with Joe Thrift scoring 8, Richard League Park al the Recreallun'Centel Fernandina 8 14 11 26 5R '. '

Sapp 5, and Mike Cook 5 Benny while Senior League play. I Dulles 3 5 9 13 32 Suburban

Alvarez added 2 and Steve Bec lers will register at the City BallPark

kett 1, to round out the Fernandina TIDES
CityBowling Gas Co.
.. scoring Machine Shop Propane
..- Olcn !IodIZe scored 12 points to

lead his team. I Classic LeagueBY 2 N. FRONT ST. SERVING ALL
In Hit consolation game on Sat.urday It JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN

nigh/ ) the Pirates and P K. Machine Work LP GAS AND
Bowling League msltnUI: Add SO Mmulfs Far GAS APPLIANCES
\onge played a good tight ball Welding Brazing
but again the Pirates fell Week (If 2.12 ,
Total Fernandini harbor 7 South 7th St.
short as the Blue Wave won the BY HENRY F.l.US Marine Repairs
r W I. fins Phone 2fiM6fi1:
game, 6360P I' Week of 2.13 Team Standings Special( Service To _
K Vungc took a 19.13 first Total Morris\ and Pu>'nc Rudy Shop HIGH LOW -

quarter lead and racked up 21 Team Standings W L Pins 51't' 32'a' WM Shrimp TrawlersAll T. H. KING

f..1. tl1 points In the second quarter whileKeinandina I No 3 Glenn Sinclair 39 IS 2.1I2.1 I No. 4 51 33 51110111Beach \\ Work Iimranteed Friday Ft'h. 21

is a bus scored 13 again The ''No. 4 Hadden Lance 30 24 2I.WI liar :411.m' 43J' 42-'i 5ltuOEl 5VH17! Open 8 a.m, to 5 p.m. 2:11: urn. 8:5:1:! :\ inn. PHOTO SHOP :.
Madden Lanes >
found the Blue
first half score No, 2it&H Thru :
Monday Saturday 2.17 !):18!
23'1' 411'11' 57B : p.m. : p.m.' Roll ProceMlnc
40.26. 2IIWI:
Wave out In front Enterprises 32 22 .
', 50'j' 5.1471): ) Phase Day 2(1 1711 ::
Drugs Developing Printing
The two teams scored 14 points I No.1 1 Western Auto 17 37 231% I Beckers High Team( 3GamesNo Night Z81-5UI l Salunl.iy IIt'h. 21 Kodak Film ....
apiece In the third period, but High Team Games
.... Frrnandina rallied In the final Glenn Sinclair 1419 4 3057Madden :J:20: (] arts 10.02: a.m. Photo Supplier :-

: eight minutes and>.scored 20 points Western Auto IW Lanes 2920 4:0: /: p.m. 10:21: : p.m. Movle-Colored A Rrrular
I while holding 1'. *(K. Yongc to only I Madden Lanes 1 1380 KAC. BE WISE. Weddings
Ind. 3 GumesMike Sunday Ftli. 2:1:\
high, -
! ( 9. Again the rally fell short and High Ind. 3-Games 61"1 ; Portraits by Appointment On>7'

j I the final score stood 6360. Roger Hadden 580 Roger Hala Madden 644 "Porcelainize" ,1 I.t7:: am. 11 :OS! am. Studio At 504 Ash !;t. :

Ronnie Sapp scored 21 points to ( Cecil Hedge 521 5B6 Dave Smith 633 3:1.: I p.m. 11:2: p.m. Phone 261-4586
Pirates in scoring again Larry Flint =
lead the
I High, Team Game High, Team dumeBeckers I.AS'I'oI3 I OK 4 TIMES Monday. Feb 21
with Kiclwd\ Sapp scoring 13 to 1016' (
take honors Mike Conk Madden Lanes 527 LrugNo I LONOER: THANORDINARY !311 Rowland'sUPHOLSTERY :-
runnrrup 50(1( 4KAC l 1013" : am.(1Hi -
added 11, Joe Thrift 7. Richard Wcsttrn Auto m ll3 WAX JOB ;
Glenn Sinclair 4'W'! ( : ) p.m. 12.08: (pm.
SthomjH 5, Benny Alvarez 2, and high Ind. (lame
Chuck Howard 1.Chic I 1. high Ind. Game linger llatlilin 254 LASSERRF: MOTORCO. Tuesday; Feb. 2":; 1)0 YOU NEED
is a station wagon. Roger Huddtn 22I : NEW l'OVYRI"IOS OR KPAIIt
: scored 17 to 252
Ilinton points
I I Cecil Hodge 2* :Mike Hala 611: a.m. 12:21: : am. TO vorarvnrnuaR -
lead the Blue Wave In scoring: 2J32H : --
Joe Drtw
I Larry Hint.. H4 7:11: l pm. I 1:02: .
p.m.11'etlnttvdlsy ( nR -
Box Score! (first game 'Scratch lluwlinRoger S. 8th
High Scratch Bowlers High St. I'h. 261-3819 NEW nVM': IIVFRI: :
t'crnundlna fll. II Spit llatlilen ,. Hidden 2Z-:; BO) >
: Is a load hauler. (Toke out the two rear seats* and put I I1.B30 In the Sapp 2 I 5 Roger Oh'MLairy Johnnie 1 WilliuniHun -571 AUTO .

pounds of cargo.I IIs Cook 2 1 SIttm Cecil Hoduo 184-521 Cecil llulue. 212-54'') "':!:2 am. I 1:17: lUll FREE: ESTIMATE ':LVe
I a crew corner (Seats 8 with room to spare for tools I IIs SIIPP 11 2 24 High Average Bowlers Mike Hala 212-5411 Going Fishing? 8.00:)))) p.m 1:10:! pm. \ Piik Up and Deliver
4 0 8Bt'Ckt'll lcil-1f'
a ploy pen. Who( knows how many kids it will hold?) Thrift Cecil Hodge l 181 l Klclx-r Skidmorc Thurhdiij Feb. 27
1 ,
0 1 1":1--531! :
2'/2t' mile. Including( Hadden 111rtrnandlna Tommy Tilman Visit Us ForComplete Porter Cr LovequistGeneral
Is a vehicle you can run for about a Alvarez I 0 2 Roger JH9- 35
John B-trnmk 1 8:17<: am. 2:00: am.
: gas, tires, everything) Stcller 0 0 0 Henry Ellis 202-523 Line Of Contractor.
Is a car that takes you where and when you wont to go. Schomu 0 0 0 Schumal I 3 5 John Bi ckelt 1 182--513 Fishing'' Tackle 8:11: p.m. 2i:: :; pm. SPECIALTIES -

(Summer Winter. City. Suburbs. Country. Form Mountains Totals 20 5 43 lIo\\ard 0 I 1Beckett I !Dave Smith 174-507 e Kndit Rrela Friday, Feb 2H 1 WOODWORKING
0 0 0 Outdoor PLASTIC! IIURFAfI
Dtsertsl Greve ('ne High Average B wlrrs Camping
in mud Parker 4 1 9 Totals 19 22 60 Roger Haddin I8'l! Equipment !):.oo)') am. 2:34:; am. CISTOM; BUILT C HI tTSKJ1''IIF.S :
Is a rear engine job that gives you extra troction I. ft pt. AND BATH
: Gooloby 4 1 II P. K 'YonCI Johnnie Williamson 178 9:21: pm. 3:17: pin.Tld .
sand or snow (Minimal downtime if you'rt working Minimal :lle/ldor. 4 0 BIlndge Johnston 5 2 12 Cecil Midge, 177 FIRESTONE REMODELINGComplete

: 'frustration if you're out for fun) 15 2 12 Dennison 2 1 :5Greer John llnkftt 177 Showroom

Is a no radiator type II""'. air-cooled, No water to boilOver >l Rivers 1 3 15F.lrhorn 4 2 10 Etcher\ Skitlniore 172 BEACH !WPJ' >J.Y .i CounctyCottl For Color Coordination

0 I 1 IIInlun 7 3 11IIInt'1 112 Atlsnllr A,. 2HI-44H1 4 O.od.lle Surv>
or freeze up. No onti-freeze necessary) 3 0 6 -- Phone 261-3068

: Isa miser.. (120 to 30 miles o gallon I IIs Junes 2 3 7
gas 8 I 13
a tire, saver. About( 35,000 miles a 1t1.1 t I IIs Totals' 13. 11 20 12 11- 51Fenandiea 45 Totals lrvl'lIS 27 9 6.1 M o YoU KNOW ?

: a Iteal. (Only 12195'J Green (0\1' 10 14 IS 12 51Second 13 13 14 20 1 SO

Volkswagen. I..V>. I Game P. K. Yonge 19 21 14 9 6J THE IVpSTRY: FLORI OR 15 TOURIST WORTHaitS,000,000 !: FUN IN THE SUN r ]

r',8nlllna II II Spit ? _
i AND II '

INC. ...... Run Sapp S II 21 Walls in South Africa deepest ( 1TIMESl .. .
I Cook 5 i 11 gold mines are so hot that a hall TNRN t .. ;r FISHING! BOATING SttlMMING

: 1230; East Eighth Street Jack< 10nvllle'SUOCiISTlO Thrift 2 3 7 million dollar air conditioning IINWSTRYI'V\ j a
I Is required to keep miner I GOLFING AM JUST PLAIN "LIVIN
1 0 2JSteger plant
RETA'L' C51C' ( IA'T CoasT .D.ClI. LOCAL Tun "NO Alvarez k\
CTHCil 0:/ Lt" o.. CTY DR. '." ,..w'H.' .... I 0 0 0 from roasiut I .. j


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-Pare MNN Eight Mws-Leader, Fernandma Beach Florida .. ,,.
":, :Thursday( February 20, 1961!> J -- ----- --- __'.h._

DIXIE THRIFTY 1'.t\ :;.....
: News From I 1
SPORTS SLANTSContinued SAVE 4 T Fresh Frozen Florida .

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( from Page Seven) The Rec Center Orange Juice WD BRAN0

...imndlna and Yulee could make an 1
interesting tourney so I County BY SANDY
_'0 .Champion could be declared We
tin-tied with B b Stover and he (I T : the Auditorium at 3:311: p.m..1 5 Cos f ; I
stiles that I school Is prohibited Owens. Instr. I
I.". lWu. UP FHSAA from taking part I : Rehearsal for FERNANDINA : ;
In more than one tournament I In the Audilorlum at 4.30 I ''r
other< than the conference tourna. : ., Julanne Ouens Instr
,.". rncnt and the regular Group and \ Senior Citizens Club In the Con I 41? [ MORTON FROZEN NATURALLY TENDER E
''Slate: It teems that eIno the I .... Room at 7:15: p m. i Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut /
",,,'gehpols have been playing other Cub Scout Pack :No 171 Blue and'
tournaments, such as Christmas ;I : Banquet In the Auditorium ,
or others, therefore a County ,', l 7n: p.m. Fruit Pies CHUCK
_..tournament:/ .t t the present time Is \: Men and Boy Health Club In I FOOD STORtS
e'.. out U all schools would, to' I Roast 48'
agree : Iltallh Cub;\ Room day and I .u
let the County Tournament be the I
'" 9:her tourney to play In. there I Atlantic Avenue Playground lup.1) 3 Family
should not be any problem In the play 3:30.S.30 p.m.. Dn PRICES. GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 22ND s" le
.. .,p sLltlc/ tournament was a real Instr. I WIHH' mil STORM. nc-eorrawxr-u' .. I I7Rib 5 8 j
,.Attraction and possibly could be 1 Roast ,
again. Maybe It can be worked : IFlorida .
,? ..,6i.\\(J'(fj1r next year if all concerned | :\ Hunting
will get together. : III IIII Fresh Pork Loin;

0(: I;I Roast. 53p
To LB. ;
Baseball: Is: beginning I to lakeshape I .
In this area as a meeting of ,
." ''J1f.! ''..LIUle.. League and Senior Lea. at : I Sunday Feb. 23 I :{
,gee Officers was held Monday 9
... night: to get the ball rolling Bill ii'bsTYHor.: : 38x
.. Rxfrffer' Is president of the lea.turn I Tallahassee Hunting In F10r.) Cut I I "
: with" Buddy Burgess serving! of all game birds and all game : 39' -45
as vice-president for the Senior except rabbits, will close ) FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA
Ulgljc\ and Pete Schulllng vice. I hour after sunset Sunday II: LB.
"president for the Little League ( ) 23, according to A. D. I Gr. Beef lEAN5 sri
Hen\ Sorenxen Is operations manSfjr'rY'Tlaskoll '\ director Game and Fresh I 11 PKG.
Rice Is player agent! I trr Fish Commission. I 1
for the Seniur League and Joe I ( ] I rabbits and unprotected

""' Fikula Lepper is for the the equipment Little League manager Mile I I; : I the and closing' birds day may February be taken I' I = = m w _.::.--__, ..::: .sL,:_ .,... '

andbur Alvarez, Umpire-In- until opining of the special/ din
CfiffT Registration day la sit for I i turkey gobbler hunting Jtx;'''h :.
April 4 for both leagues, with try. I :In certain counties In 50 Ellin D,..Greea Stamp
cuts beginning en Monday April 6. I : 'II Northeast t and Central I
',: '.J"....". Don't miss big All Stack meet : I animals and birds i Two "H" faOnN CHUN KINCI
Sunday at the Buccaneer Drag may be taken at any time In I 1 Shrimp Chow Meia
..Strip. Nick Smith says that this Include bobcat red and 1 aooo TH.U h1uMr aaxo
+ +i N mill In one ef the biggest t events fox raccoon opossum nu
: ever staged at the airport strip I I skunk living squlrrtl Fng- I AT ANY WINN DIXIE d
....brro.and' that many of the cars I sparrow, armadillo crow' rats ,
now participating In the Daytona bats, moles shrews and SOFT DRINKS
: :Mleach NASCAR meet are expected: ; : ; I Io I d
.. to.Itop by and participate on their hawks and owls and all i
4th BIG WEEK "' '
: "'C'ff home: Nick added that all : : I| birds and animals Including I : 50 Extra SMf Crew Stamps
and crocodiles, list. I
| not
stockcrs and car '
: ...rllJLIn round robin competition and above as "unp.-o ected, arc! TO REDEEM YOUR
.. that he expects I strong particlps- ( \)) protected by Federal and t' ANY .. 0011 b PNe. TASTE 0' ura FNouuI
tills..' ,"' : : 1 SIX I / Breaded Perch Steaks
: : Orange Park the ynungest member I I Officers BOTTLE AT ANY WINN.DlXII
.. of the Keystone Conference Is at :: W' 11
now the largest school In the conference \

: Just shows how a school : Enforcing 1 LIMIT TWO 1 ,,,, I /
can grow once It has been opened. ; CARTONS r .
And Other
Or -tt Bargains s WITH $5. m: :.; .n......
: The Fernand'n'! Pirates scored : Boat Laws Plus %.*?f: Green Stomps ; FOOD ORDER \ 51 Extr.4' .Green Stimpj
victory over the Belles
Bulldogs last Tuesday night at Bol. the CITY Wildlife Officers'
lei Coach Bcb Stover cleaned the.h1.t.18 ON aewcu, Pounsu
the Game and Fresh
w-. !! he used every player on Cemmlsilnn have been Water given i Chicken h Thighs
---' lw-r << : : duly of enforcing the Florida 0.00 TNNUQVANr lfxo
{ _*w'W1.1\ldugs!\ outclassed, : Laws In addition tot I III SAVE 8* EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) AT ANY WtNN-DIXI!
Nr 'flr *
0 11
routine duties of checking I S dint
: Shorty LrD,. who does quite a II fish and game violations re-1
bit of officiating in basketball lor at Branllov CooiUon. Regional II Peaches No-2'/i CAN 19; T.MP.
the Southeast ooaferenoe, was for Northeast Florida. '
;4 of the officials (cr the Bolles game reminds fishermen and = .
Shorty told us at toe halftime In. the that the 1963 Legislature 50 Extra Greel '
..... termisslon about ofllclatlng the Avenue'n laws requiring certain SAVE 10* EACH LIBBY PINEAPPLE (Limit. 2 with $5. food order) Ji WITH THIS COUP AND PURCHASE Stallp.OF
'r::: Georgia-Kentucky game last week equipment and operating
when Adolph Rupp and Us Ken. i. for all boats plying I
4 lucky team racked up their 700th I water* this state, Juice I 46-oz. CAN 2 5 in Nawaiian'Puncheons
lIor Aldril'b.1
1: basketball victory We asked Shor : c I to A. D. T..u FIOIU.NY "NO .
ty what he thought about tho Flor. I Director In 1962
Ida team and he quickly replied I had 200000 registered
rr 'Curt you expect me to answer In i sixth In the notion)I. and ?
that while you are holding a pad $4H2.700 In property dam.I .
and pencil!" I[ 'i$113000\ more than any other'' CA"2SI d
tr: & i ) as a result of accidents In'' StarKistSAVE No-Vt e .."kk,. X dhI
-*.. We just t received word that At. I IR 58 persons were killed """" 50 Extra>< M:Green Stamps
lunta Charlotte Wilson Bismark. : 39 Injured In the state dining
vT" Mindan. Orlando Wisconsin Rap.: 1 t same period. In a national Ji WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
t: ids and Erie will be the teams tak. !the It'al learned that M)', ;I / Fou. NG. v1 CON' LIGHT air
tr. tog spring baseball training Fcr- live fatal 1 accident occurred in Blue Bay Chank Tunakmo
l\- namllna this I : : I
year under 16 feet In lengtk l Bun
C: i* ft oft I : : 7U'; of such accidents were s B CT. "KG. 2.Y I THHJ PitUAnv tare
._ Ed Malison golf pro at lire Fernnndlna powered boats and r>6'; AT ANY WINN-DIXIE'
Beach Golf Course, Is InC J : I all accidents In 12; occurred'
P..Im Beach this week with a pretty >I\ ( ] ) 1t waters SAVE 10* EACH DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing
;; silect group of golfurs Ed is I jthe: ; ) stated "With the close -
smson and the peak ol ,,
competing In the PGA Seniors Golf
.:. / : water fishing fait approach 29
Championship QUART ENirad'Gree' sON
tourney at the two : : I many sporl+min are turning! ; SO Stal
tT Palm Beach Card:ns courses vvl:h waters fur recreation They
aUlh big name seniors as Slammin \ first acquaint themselves a .. CIN
'he ; the boating laws and be err. ....... Fischers Black
Sammy Snead Gene Sarszen Peter h u "' Pepper
C Buiia their equipment meets the ... _- -*: ..... -r-r 1: ? .... "": !. "f;' -r.
Paul! Runyan Al WatroUI.o0oi GOOOTH.U FIINV1Nr UNG
The '
-\ Vie Ghezzl Dutch Harrison, Sam ' IE
= Byrd\ Ellsworth Vines, Jim Turn. ?\ fishermen and boaters r.1 1 :' d

TT esa Jenny Shute and many mureGtfltl I to curb the rising accident [ 'i

-= luck' Id: and try to get some : I safety death rate laws on with our the waters same. They In. : Potatoes I I APPLES : Stampa.i

of tliosc seniors up fur tile local In. 1 as traffic laws governing the
IZ vlt;it Ion In June I 'n of nut >m<'biles," i| i 50 Extri WC Green
!' Class a1sl(under' 16 fciU t Safe I i 1 o.I" 39' i 2 3 5 'I i Oxt ss.CT. aon.1
cqulpmint reqilrcd for this I = I DELICIOUS LBS. I Bufferin
+ I Is tint roast guard apiimcxl '
Goon TNNU FINU Nr tt.
avlnll device In good: condi h. e
pO l for each passenger, one oar I '" ",.1 IT AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
f piddle, and one anchor owl! d
M of appropriate nice alai YOUR CHOICE limit 1 with $5 food order
iKlitinn! rellIlrl'l1l1'lIlI must : 1I
be nut by all brats' plying i
waleis between sunset alai

Adlliluiuil eqiipnunt: In I I BUSKS
: Move Into : (' of Inb'ard boat k vn I
stated that the 1 ti Ta
'ds-n further
w f that long dealing with reekteM op. I i i Bluctz,t' tlusr 1 r
) of a vessel also Imliidtf +
skis, aquaplanes and slm- of
-= awaitedhome devices i iI i

O Information corueia- .
oi ,I the mntorboat laws may bt I
(' from the Game and
c ; Water Fish Commission' Blue or Whit Arrow J | Pr-Sifred Pillsbury's I U

; your own! ': P- 0-Box--BOB Lake-City. I DETERGENT i DETERGENT l BEST FLOHR Kidney 'BEANS Red 'I STANDARD

= Your dream of home of )' GIANT BOX SAVE 11 GIANT BOX SAVE 21 5-LB. BAG SAVE 10* rll? TOMATOES
I = : ously true NOW!. A RUBBER i 300 SAVE 5. 1303 CAN / r

I = : takes care of the financing.

I : suit jour income! STAMPS

I:! = Savings j Fernandina ;I News-Leader Any Any Inquire Shape Size At 48 5& 14915 19 :

Limit I with' $S. older or more! s Limit I with $J. order 1 or more. i 1 more i
202 Atlantic 1 fhmien. I Limit 3 with, IS order or more 1 Limit 3 with $5 order or awn i
y :1 216-3686 261-3687

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St. Peter's Church'Announces
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Scout Troop 213 I Busy e A to A n. Girl Scouts Serve I'Internal Revenue Scout Troop 89

Lenten Schedule Activated Under
Wins Awards At i i

St Peter Episcopal Church: As Hostesses At I Service Prepares New ScoutmasterMonday

Court I has scheduled special! servicesiduring I II
of Honor Lent to afford eommunl- Sub-Teen Club 'New Tables evening Scoutmasterrduaid
I cants opportunities toward this 1 a Wile-ox and eammllteememhen
or Inactive Boy Scout
Be\ Seoul Troop 213 was awarded if No 2otpresented :;
Ctrl StputH Trump
Troop nq fanned that all
l the aihanumtnt linirlp, W, Timllnson 1)INlrll'l a request
and ailind Lent Includes the forty daysbefure the Sub TIIII tub' with
one trophies iMrpelnr, Into'1'I1I11! Rrunam'a Croup mi'mta'rs be present at are.
al the Nassau DIsIrUt Faster beginning with AshUdncsdnv of IP
Hit' in'en mi) of melil uiti\ll at acllVHtiin, meeting. The requestHUH
Court of Ilimr, held at the i \ and Is obstruct In I the IIrc'rl'alilln (cnlir lust l Fridaynight. 'day, annllunl'c' Junl r HlBh Shml. I auditorium some churches as a !purled of self r Among acme if the special lug tax lablis Clicular I !h:' (tlvI answered, by twenty boys' and
Tuesday. February 17 I discipline. prayer fasting and events WOK the snvlng" nf refresh I I Ing effect! to lie I tax red ictlnn/ bill six adultsAfter
a upper of hot dogs and
special now' 'nillng before< Congress are
Sealer devotions pi
Putrid Lender Frank me'tits to tin group soul several "nil the trlmmln the group
Harrison The celebration nf the Holy bt' nn mulled li all Hirldi pm
accepted the trophiesfor of I the Kills conductd special) I settle down lei Ihe business rercglsti
the Troop while Assistant S<'nIIP timmunlin Is on WcdnesdiiM' at games and d,1IIu''aCandace |I pli vcrs and should be in their .rinu the true the charter
Patrol Lender Frank Hi la 7am. and Sam, The Litany will limiikhliid' lid the bunds bv this weekend p
moth the aeeepiiuue upioch Each be read on Fridays at 5,30 p,m. I t group In the Pepsi Cola Hip and 1 Tomllni wild (hit the Internal expiies: this mentheBnlvrtanunrnt' was I presented In
thanked A special Lenten study s t '. ,, Revenue Service\ was fiirnishlnn
the group
numbers of the Ire upiiinmillie > I the : Miiltipllc: n I 1111111") Pnulavnimken the form ol folk and
which' begun Sunday exenlng at ., w a 'th..e tables In advanep of pass group
and pnnnlii present at : ;; headed the Patty lake
singing aecimpnnlcd' by Roy
the mint I of Hi,nor. for their floecooperation 730: p.m.. dials with the Seven H Polka and Pint "I'Idh'IIIII I li'd the flue.:, of I the tux bill s' tint Pirnlcven ....nil'.. Ilf the FBI In Washingtonand
Deadly Sins: Pride Lust Anger could\ make/ tin necessary
Tie lac
(hrouKluiit the punt gamin dive and II mum his gullar Iintjes) Is the son.
yearAdvanicmint. Covetousness. Envy Sloth and' changes In their payroll: epatemsmud ,
In law of Ralph
Gluttony Ten1lu) > Trnllbla/c I'atiol hcniled, In ready/ t IIII' the new rules a*
but aikncmkdind Friday and Saturday of this by Shell ThomiH hllli I charge of I anon as HIP Preslelint signs/ the Trop 81 'Is In the process nf re
not ddivrnd
delay In arriving trim the due north to a week are ember days, at which die'i nit Ions and III' .liitf.U 'KS Pa. ,: hill building, having lost several of
time special are cifltredfor l I a andJennv The effect toIhl' the older bovs to the Sea Scouts.
Florida Council In JaiksinUlle. prayers ,, Irish hearted by Jane Philips new tallies give
those for the minis. I I base withholding rate and It extend' an Invitation to all
studying 14r
went to Robert Bedford Petersen served as the re ;
Cecil A
Hclv Communion will be ; pureed s'u/lI..llmse, buys not In scouting to join the
Bennett Robert try frchliment committee \! on hv / con
Lucas rirreria Joe celebrated at 9,30 a,m. on both oltlllSe The folliiMliw gill scads sorted' firees, this weik Thi, effective fun on Monday evenings.
Mirkmanshlp Award L
Stamp Collutlin. \irnl to Cull: rlavi.1I'ond8Y. t' Jennie Pitcimm' Hnlliy Puller| Ann due if the new wilhhi'dinil rates Wlleex a former member of
.. 1If'l ''II be about !March I ITcniilinsin Troop 84. Is the new leader of
A. Bennett: and ]Ilydlp Fishing \ward These merit nlzed as St Matthias Day,, St Slierl Thames, Beth MtMiirt. Jan raiitlcned employers the group and the following men
badger will be presented ill the Matthias was chosen to fill the the Sub Teen (Inb I Friday ,.n '"kv It' his: Pite' the THE GIRLS OF\ SCOUT TROOP 2jt 1 served as hostesses' at Kelly. Ciimlv \omuWieil: I until hibill is (onimiltccmcn and will work
next Court of llnnir In A pi'II, pore of Judas Iscariot in and Kay pul hula i'flit t I
Present for 213l'erc' number of the apostles, evening. They arranged for the serving of refreshments" decorations games 1'mila Vrmikin. Jolly littles" D.it, slU'ul I by the' PriKldeiit and be closely with him: Harold Belcher,
following/ purents and fl'lrncis. Us day will be observed it h dances all in the Valentine__theme.._ _. ___ ___ las Morgan Pit Pinl'ilm, Dunne IC'1I01l'N Inw/ He emnhmUicI/ tint M R.. Plkuln W. F. Miller, Ralph Gal.
nn Knncl and It. W Galphin
Mrs Charles the celebration of Holy Communion Tuli'n, a Jane Philips tin advance tnhles arc being fur.
Kliallgan Mm :
tina Hyatt Chiilii 1I1I1'rl."n.Mar Mr at 9,30() a.mHFVT charge and the public Is \ :Hank ,Ih.: and \Dm: ;1 N tinny tiisliid to enable' emploviM to put phln Is the representative of the
and Mn C, II Llplnskl Mis Battle of Olustee I to watch frem the Gntor ; Teenage MothersIn line) elMi-M' if the group' fir tin I the re'die'eel rates lulu effect Hilary Club troop sponsor .
John Silva Herbert H\HS] Mrs TRANSFER STtDIED 50000 seats Jacksonville II1Vlh.II\1 iveiilnt. assisted by spuiul\ lap' i 1 piiiupllv'' on passage of the bill ; Patnils will be organized, and
Rosalie Lucas :Mm, lUnmr Hvals Hayden Burnt will teiss State Creating i inns Mr, Mi'dieil.,, Thomas and l I Dm.eliir Tcmllimon iiikgmtcd leaders will be selected' Monday
Mrs,, Cecil A. Bilimit Cecilia leal MetcrologlMs ocean In the studying Barbados the trop.area Cente..iaJ'SlatedI I first mliinieball. ,' Mrs ll/abilh: Cork. I that emilliners\ watch fur anm at the tramp, (' meeting which begins
and Julia Bennett: K la Ikdltid Miss Baltic of Oliislee, who Mill' "i in"i'me ills In the 'pi'ess and (inriillo at 7:10:: pm.
Mil, M. Bedford, MM: Joe Itruni hope to learn how (he ocean trans be selected Friday evening will Health Problems I aid television, of the dule
In (tents
fen. Is a bs n'bed heat energy to SaturdayJACKSONVILLE j I me\ 'nt iihvsUiil IIIIIIHH'
Mr. and Mrs C. S BiiKhaxIt, and the atmosphere I be crowned lit a Victory Ball" Sal | nniiHK high sl'lllltl,) sluili,'nU, Those em which Hip new rules/ will be. t NIQlEArE MASK

Dnld; Mr. and :Mrs II It. I'll. Several urdav evening/ the Hotel George! Morse! and more bnbles lire bin 'with mod dues sere mipiihr nl- dine efiiiliveTrade" A unique\ face mask has been
ersou. Robert Hnna. and 30 ------ will- Washington hug) bum In teen.aued molhirs most| wlihoiil e'xe'c'\pi Ion dculunid to warm the air before
members of Boy Scout Troop) :No Wednesday at the Trui p i home, I hundred this persons weekend :In the participatehere Centennial A major problem has been si> and the, Stale liiard of Ilenllli Body .h'vl'IIII'I1I1'1I1 U hnl'lII'tllllldllrlnll I it enters. the rcspiratir tract, thus
213! covering spring and summer ac. Observance of the Civil War curing sufficientankee troops, I said ledav this Is Inc'reusing I nelilisinee mid henry tills A! Home buffering the effects of direct
A new program will begin next tUlllcsNOTICE. I Battle of Olustee More than 700 I At least one Jacksonville High I health problems for the >'nunuSuivcy Is a line( when mod diet U most blasts of cold air.
riflemen I .. .
volunteered Union "
School slum -
after of fond
--- survey Quantity mnv'lie -
I uniformed troops will' re enact the but only after they were told I that lice I leen.aKcr Is one Hit I :neiesHary: :uclciiniilc: ; but::: ollen mute ef the I
battle which 100 years ago saw : leUfC..t :
Finegan Rebels theyd" be firing real rifles but I pcKircBt fed number of umiitlnli dairy fend. mad ir
Gen throw a Joseph superior Union force un I with blank ammunition) at youngsters .. 'ily and this Is especially true ol fish vegetables and fruits are Thanks Folks, For ComingTo
another local and bitter ,
from the girl; said B F WoolseyM missing/
der Jacksonville General Gilmore back I rival high school I .D director of Nassau County Bad food habits Include skipping To See Happy and Me. We

No One I Is Authoihed! To :Make Purchases or Order Additional hundred will marchIn Apparently the Union blockade Health Department breakfast trylnldl/ ,'! fads, d Are Interested In ProvidingThe
still has III Influence, since the In l2 there were 20,927 blrlhs and Irregular meals Girls seem In )
Services! for Kraft Athletic Club Unless They a parade Saturday morning, Rebel unite rm. have been order. I to teenagers In Florida 18 percent chime snacks if, pixrer( fend,: value tI4 Service Station Atten-
In downtown Jacksonville.
22 'I ed from Philadelphia and the of all blilha In the state. limn bovs Girls' diet often have tion Your Car Needs Hope
Present A Purchase Order Form Properly Signed 'A barbecue for vlslllng "soldiers"will ,
I muskets are coming from Para. There Is a vast difference between less protein. calcium. |)luisph<">ru" "
Bv The Club evident! and Secretary full stomach follow the, the parade two "armlea"i then on.I mount Studios In California. I what a teenager eats and Iron and rlbnfluvln The older the to See You Again Soon

will rehearse their war under the | Rebel unlit belonging to the what one should eat The pocrly leenagir the pourer( the dirtseelna I
fed I'n.alll'r"ho heecmes preg I to be.I .
Kraft Athletic Club Will Not Ce Responsible! For guidance of Nathan Malllson North.South Skirmish Assoclatlin Holly Henderson Mgr.
nant Is likely to remain bmllv |
of I II I Very few teinagirs appear to
Jacksonville Superintendent
I from several Southern states will
nourished and this lends to hertack
Items Purchased Other Than By Such Purchase I Recreation. be aware of the linptrlnnie I of
!, participate and so will the 4th of ability to meet familyproblems good nutrition I : :lliliiMnit, Hint! :If ESSO SERVICE
The battle, which In 1864 wan real or fancied, She' Is I
feel harm ls
Order Michigan Volunteers the lltiPeiiiisvlvuin.i they all right mi
. Signed one of the bloodiest of the War Infantry, and the I one of the least successful mi tilcrs I dine, To Kit Hum In umlirslanelHint 6J9 S. 8th Street
Between the Slates, promises con. ,
In priidulng a 11I1I.h'I'm bnbv what they eat/ today In gilng
. slclcrable musketry cannon.firing 19th Ohien from their lespectvcstates 1'. S, If 'You Haven't! Item To See Uo, We Sure
R L, SCHUILING, President! A survey In one IIWtrOlwll11111 I Itci result In be Hi,'r or worse Iciillhla ..
and genuine Rebel yells' It Is set as well aa a 2nd Mdlnc Florida area recently showed a in a Inter Is a dllllcull I NMxh You Would
JOHN R. THIRSK Secretary I lor 4 P,M. In Gator Bowl Stadlum Volunteers unit from of all places I I clear relationship between toed, I' ut"I'c: :; :: n combine el:lor I>

There will be no admission i I Jacksonville Beach habits and levels of accomplish.,,0C home, sihiHil( and l community, ,

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1'u'gg Ten NtwiuLetulcr, Fernaiuirnti'Bciuh. < ;Florida, -Thtirm'uv, February 20, 19541 I I Hun III'I* of any Tedvral aid -- :Worft("Prayer Day : -- I Alabama, Penuueoia .and Panama
'Ihresi !Ia the form of a grant teen i| Peace Officers'Training A ICity, or'instance' might get some

( color national ort-\ or contract. It excludes coverage Termed Big,,Success I of the' porf" )gravy now allotted
I rare, creed or I'

I Reports From Washington gin/ on cttlm the application, of the aggrieved j suck Iniurcnco as Insurance or guarantee of home programs mort., SchoolTo I By Participants"Over 1.!\. Capitol Letter only pjrt lei The ilubila beautiful as Alabama. Gulf Coast lone

By Rep D. R. (Wily) Matthews Title II Public Aerommodatlani. gages and bank deposits, Agenctei attendance I bi-aehps from Port St. Joe to Pen.
lot people\ were In > ,, BY JERRY MOCK
ucrla would be .a strong asset to
withhold aid
Discrimination (and remen-. may to prevent dis.crimination. : Begin March 2A at the World Day of Prayer! r 1
TTO CIVIL RIGHTS BILLTlit ''a state which has practically t nobeaches
ber It Is difficult to decide Jut | Services held last Friday In St.Peter's TALLAHASSEE Alabama'sitlra i
Home hai ppised by a vote what this word means) would be I By amendments tile Ho-ise may I Episcopal! \ Church," re- to take over the Florida and could/ spend consider
rf 390 to ISO the BIU which has one month 'Peace Offlcen'ITrainisg able prumo.iiig, them
have softened the and money
terrible Panhandle has received much
In all hotels, motels, and i petted MTS.I !Otto Phanstlel, chairman not
been called the Civil Rights Bill lather I I I places that provide lodging: damaging Impact cf this Title, but school will open la Nassau I frcm Florida by way of encourage. But no one In 'a position of responsibility .
This was not the bin which hid I am still\ not sure As the bill County at Femandlni Beach, had ment seems ready, as Bry.I .
iJ for transient guests except owner. Eleven churches representatives
a # ,
on Monday March Bit,
been recommended by President I car occupied homes renting not more w. presented to the House U I tat 630, PM beginning. In attendance and six different The latest damper to the scheme ant would :rdao shed' the magicenme :
r I according to aa announcemeal I
Kennedy It was a far more IWt't'p.lac I' than five rooms, Also covered would mean that school lusch demoslnatlons participated of The folks up In
came at a press conference by
measure and actually, there ra' could be cut alt, the school made by John T. I B. that
money e Panhandle are convinced
would be restaurants, amusementplaces Welsner Superintendent of Public i,Iin the program An offering! of Gov Farrls Bryant, who meted
were about ten different propni. < milk could be cut off, day others will thelrbeaches
some see
I and gasoline stations which I Instruction, and Fernandlna Bench 174 was collected to be used In In. that "I think everyone wants apiece
all In the omnibus This 1 11l I .
measure I r I serve Interstate travelers, or educational programs could be Police Chief James I lerdencminatiinal work | of Florida" as among the most beau
Parker. The I
Bill 'was considered by a Subcommittee which sell goods: that moved In u I Irommrree. stopped Immediately If there appeared tlful 1 In the world and come to
of the Judiciary, hut It was school Is sponsored by the Stale Tnaoks were extended to all Bryant said jokingly he felt It
Service establishments, I to be discrimination In theFetlrrul I : I crowd them In a manner they are
nat.debated by the full Committee would Aid programs, May I em- I Department Education and operated those who helped make the Annual I was about time "we began to review crowded on' the state's lower Gold,
barber not
such as shops
by tIN of I I Wrrld I territorial situation
on the Judiciary This was a raW located within phasize attain/ that I still do not County Board Day of Prayer a meaningful our I! feast
be covered unless a
departure! \ from usual CommitIn I know, and I do not believe any of I Public Instruction, It Is endorsedby worship experience In Fernan I l The annexation was not the
covered establishment, such as al I I Floridians) might/ grumble lightlyover
,procedure because both pro. hotel us In the House! knows exactly, the Florida Peace Officers'Association I dlna Beach. ( first such suggestion! from Ala.i I a situation whereas It is
poncnls and opponents of a men- what Is meant by "discrimina in aa effort to bring I rhiirches represented II'ere.s i ibama lor Northwest Florida, fur
close Irom Pensacolu
I believe one of the most human nearly as to
sure normally have ample time rights which a citizen has In Am. I tion". As I recall, the words "segregation" I the latest training methods to local follows: that matter), and It was unlikely iChtrng'i I >> as from Pensacola l ta Key
to debate It and propane amindment and "Integration" were ,enforcement agencies' First Presbyterian First Bap. that, tempers and sectionalism
I erica I Is the right to own his property I West But when push comes to
Duplicate classes will be held,
*, After no debate whatsoever to manage his property, lad l I hardly ever used In the debate on tlst. Five Points Baptist, Taber. being what they are, It would be shove, they plan ta keep the. Pan.II .
starting at I 30 March 2,
and In a perfunctory manner I p.m on the last.
this Bill nacle Baptist 'Calvary BapUstMl'morlal ( around whileCooper's .
to make a living out of that prop. a
understand It took about two min. 'and the Duplicate class starting .....
I erly. To dictate to him through Title VII Equal Employment Ml'thodlat. Trinity Me. I|I This correspondent having livedIn ----:
March 18th
each class
utes the full Committee on the on period
Federal orders the detailed man. Opportunity Commission. This Title thodtst-Eplseopal Prince of Peace both sections of Florida the
being four hours U thus
Judiciary reported the bill How. forbids discrimination by private length Lutheran Church of God, Churchof of sectionalism always
Ity to be heard. I sincerely believe agcmcnt of his property Is, to me making It possible for both day
ever, the House Committee rn that only 10% of tills legislation a departure from the Constitutional employers and labor unions and night shifts to obtain the the Good Shepherd and host I'draws I a bead tn a sensitive nerve Laundry
Rules did have a hearing on the I entire
In hiring, firing, and membershippolicies. church, St. Peter's Episcopal
Is In the field of what we might rights of every citizen, whatever I training by attending one four. ; It Is too easy for South Florida
measure, and every American call "Civil Rights", and OtK, of his race, color or creed. I believe It would take effect one hour period dally. to shove off the Piinlmndle residents .

citizen should be grateful that this I It represents what Is, In my 'llln.'| i In the voluntary solution of any year after enactment, and then I All classes 18'11be\ held at the I I I! as Ignorant country cousins Coin-Operoted

Commttleo gave both the proptn. ,, ten, an Improper Intrusion of the problem of accommodations in for one year It would cover buslncwtes Fernandlua Beach Police Dl'pt.I I who are gelling more than their Lcundry and Dry

'enta and opponent in oppnrtun- I Federal Government Into the lives I private establishments, and I think I and unions with a hundredor I I Sgt Edward H Perry, a member' r iM r E tr11.JjT share of the! tax money: and cm.Itrarjwlbc .

-::::--- ,- of all of our perple. The most Int. 'this Title will prove te> be very more workers and members of the regular teaching Half of for those! from the 1'nn- Cleaning
.. i portnnt Titles of the I Hill I Arr.: I' elcmaKlng Instead of helpful In the I II This would drop the following I the Peace Officers' Training I I I[ff 1 handle who arc prone to call
Title I VotliiB, This Title reqiilrei field of racial relations year to 75, Ihen to 50, and then to will be the Instructor, program and themselves with aflcctiun 'crack :3rs.\! Doris Howard,

I that, In rculttcrlntf voter. I Title III Public Facilities, I 23, which Is the permanent level. I courses covered daring this era," to be suspicious of their city Manager;

Federal elections literary tests t be Til's!' Title empowers the Attorney An equal Employment Opportunity aloes will\ Include Laws' of SC8'1 rllUNNNIT neighbors ,duw n south

!given In writing that: stnndaieli, Ciinoful em complaint to Initiate Commission would Investigate Starch and !Siiiure, and Rules of There could be certain rewards llth & Beech Streets
I be applied! equally to all, and that eruct suits lj desegregate public I charges of discrimination, but orders Evidence. Plans of the President: \ for a bigi I from the Panhandle being pmt of

a 61 li Grade education be crnslclcred I ly-owned ficllltics, such as parks could only be tested by Fedcral I'! Annually these courses are I barbecue In honor eif the British -- --. -- --- --- _- -

a Suitable picsumpllin of ,I and playgrounds, nnd permits the I II courts after full trial Em. given for a two-week period and Prime Minister at the LBJ ranch I

I literacy I II I I Attorney General to Intervene once I i ploye: and labor unions tire required upon completion of 200 hours a blew up with t an Oxford accent\ I

'' silverfishtap' I hove said many times that II|! a suit has been filed In any case to keep records which Federal al certificate is Issued by the State heard from Plcadilly Circus to El KEEP AHEAD OFTHE
Inspectors could examine Paso.
denial of equal protectionof .,
roaches I do not believe any clll/en In my alleging Department of Education. Manyof
I I Dlslriit Is denied the right/ to vole the laws because of race with reasonable times a,. the enforcement officers in this Sir Alec Douglas-Home was d!'. :
'the Federal Government payingall We have made tremendous progress I lighted to visit deep In the heart WITHER
because of his race, color or rational I In area have completed their 200
In Federal employment
.., orlion. I know that the appropriate costs. I hour course and are now working of Texas on behalf of Biltlali dIp.
Florida Slate tfllclals One most undesirable I hiring minority groups. But now toward their 900 hour diploma. lomacy. i I
f l't aka f your home llhlIII we are placing on the shoulders '
Is the fact that
will correct Immediately denlnl parts But when he heard the President .
any :
of private business and labor'Unions Walter 1(. Williams Director of I ,
wa '' of the right/ to vote based on we are permitting the Federal the Division of Vocational and had alto Invited some! guests! to
another Federal bureau which
-j to costs U court I II 'I II FOR FAST EFFICIENT
Government pay
- shew Texans seme Limey culture
I Adult Education, Thurman J. Bailey
will require them to keep additional !
suits. If we start now with citizens '
he blowed his bowler higher than
I State Supervisor Trade and ,
who ask for this action because records and which elI ,1 I
them Industrial Education Section, and' a Goose Creek gusher LUP GAS
fear cause unnecessary
of an alleged denial of equal I Sir Alec happened to look I
Wlllard J. Carlson, State CoordInator over I
result In the good
because of
of the
,. protection j a program and when he saw what
n of Peace Officers' Training
of the
desire. A majority
not give a widow, that we I I & Service
why poor
race businessmen In my District have all of the State Department of the President had planned In his Delivery
Neuritis Is a painful Inflammation of a serve with Impairment or an orphan without financial resources again and again Education will cooperate with honor. Well that blocdy ,well did'
II 'power and sonatina .to the parts supplied by the nerve. The the same right to be represented complained to me local school and enforcement officials 1 I it, I'
about the records that t they now BtM{ BOTTLE
Federal Govern. I I
: term la most frequently employed when there Is aa lanlvement of by the have l to keep. I think It would 'be In presenting the school, :, LBJ had booked the Beatles to
to either again with the Gov.
ntrvM rein arm. ment once
: Sciatica I Is a neuritis of the sciatic nerve, one of the longest crnmont paying all the costs This a good experience for every CIlI'1 I Chief Parker urges all enforce. I I render/ a for favorite the P.M.Texas. The numberarranged I CALL
will a : zen If he could operte i little I ment agencies In this area to wavy
nerves Ia! the body extending from the small of the bark down the Title. In my opinion open haired
mire.. length of tM legs. It Is extremely painful and often renders tremendous area of litigation) nets and feel the terrible burden avail themselves! of this school, quartet was to give out ,,
he has to assume because ot and slated that wishing with "Hume On The Range"Never Gas &
the patient bedridden wuclb will lead to great mischief I that anyone I Good Housekeeping
: Of all conditions which respond to chiropractic, II may be said |I Title IV Education This Title the tIGv ;regulations of theFederal ; I information about the class should I I has so much profanity
Heat neuritis responds nldll)'. empowers the Attoraey General I I just do not contact his office. First enrollment been uttered with a British accent

: The KMon Is that most eases of neuritis result from a disturbance I upon complaint to file suits to believe that this compulsory' pro. for classes will be Monday I But about the middle of the out.: I: Appliance Co
of body mechanics and displacements of spinal vertebrae.ereatlsg 'force school desegregation, with I gram of hiring Is good for the I March 2 at 6:30: p.m. and on Mon I I burst Sir Alec I was heard to lay
Irritation of .the Involved nerve the Federal Government payingall American people. day, March 16th for the duplicate I If LBJ or any other love sick slob

A sufferer from neuritis should avail himself of a chiropractic of the costs Olher Titles of the Bill concern ,classes expected him to' play second fiddle ,
examination without delay. We cannot accept all cases; however I Since the Supreme Court decision l\ a Voting Census to be made In I I j I to a bunch of music murdering i 225-5146

we .do help almost all we accept in 1954, why add this adtlUlliin.il designated areas at the Instigation i I In a new management "name" j j I beatniks) Vs off 'Is bloody,rocker. I

federal of the Civil Rights Commission; prospective executives arc trained
I power a Title to permit an appeal from I I by "playing"! the roles of decision I t "In 'any case the least' expensive ,I y- "ASK ABOUT OUR

I v Hours Title V Civil Rights Commlslion {I a Federal District Court Order I I makers while a computer contains and in many cases the most l : _
This Tills extends the life refuting to permit the transfer of the "Industry environment"and satisfactory hobby for. retired :x14 FULL LINE OF GAS

: !Mon.\ Wed., Fri of I the Civil Rights Commission l 'a' Civil Rights case from a Slate processes the! decisions; thus I person Is that of doing, nothing ,I
fcr four years and gives It the Court: and a Title creating a I a management period of several '- Olin Miller Portage (Pa,) I, YULEE. FLA. AI'1'LIANCES"CF1EVAOth
912&26 ,, added! duties to act as a national I Is simulated In weeks
within Malnllner
Community Relations Service years & Dispatch.
''e clearinghouse of Civil Rights Information I'IJlh-- l. .
to --- -- -- --- -
: 131 Kings Street the Commerce Department
I and to Investigate fraud
"-a conciliate racial disputes I
: :'r. Phone 729-5614 charges but It should be pointed I say attain that I believe this
out that they would only go Into
Bill Is concerned only with about
: Klfigsland. Georgia those neal where the Commission 10Civil Rl hls mad, about !ail'; Ii 7
Itself, decided to enter ,
with an extension of the power( of
I believe that the Congress i
Government which I
UK. C. K. CROCKER DR. T. A. OH ENI should assume this responsibility I do the? not Federal! believe I' emulsion: with

and not delegate even furtherpower ,
the Cunstltutleinal methods that
to a creation of Congress
I Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic should he used
a Commission that Is nut re.
I want to congraluate our white
sprnnslble directly to the people
"Associated and negro/ citizens of the 8th Dis.
Owen Chiropractic
Title VI Federal Aid This trlct on the tremendous progress makes all of trucks
Clinic of Jacksonville" Title forbids discrimination 'Iwhut- that we have made In harmcnlmis types quality

ever that may bet In the dlstrlbu-. 'I race relations, I shall cooperate
- -
... I' with every community, city and
area In my Dlstrlet l're men of I
Rood will ef, all race end creeds

work together nn a voluntary bas

Tool is to Improve their mmunltles,,

1ollomeh I cannot, however, vote to Impose
tne strong arm eif the Federal

Government' further Inlo this dell- ,
cute field of race Motions, I esnctlnllv wW ei

h ,= !believethat the opportunity .
In and see our to work and to make! a living

display of Stanley Is about the must I' '('nllal 0| or.tunlty .

: = Toolsforhomeownenehobbyists In America. I shall continue
to strive as a Congressman to do
:.. = and profes. everything that I possibly can 1llaltlVlJa .

sional' tool users. Build within the framework of the Con. i

: ..____ .. your own matched sell! sill utlon to give these oppoitunl-
lies to all our people


The blouse, bv a vote of 367

: 0I2:) CID:! \ea to Kit Nays, veiled to amendthe
lJD Davls-IUcon Act to, Include
fringe bincfits" in prevailing: wage!


l -::;;? VISITORS!: Burnt visitors to

& my office have linliieled Mr C.eo.
No 264 No STIViSTEELMASTER rllt'Iltt'ht.II! Vice-Mayor of Pal-

*SURFORMPLANE atka Mr. Lee Holloway and Mr I i.e eI
TORPEDO LEVEL NAIL HAMMER Robert Williams of the Greater
Miracle speed tormmg tool of light aluminum Palntka Improvement Association
1001 uses, weight' -easy Finest hammer aver nude!
to carry, a Specially treated iltel head and Mrs, Lora Britt Chairman of t,
e Hindlei bite i plins-trlmt locked In tubular chrome Ccmmlt. e 1 s e /
wood, plastics wit a Three glasses-plumb, level alloy the Civic Beaiitificatlnn 'I
ind 45' mitre handle with neoprene grip, tee, who were Washington\ to'

re-eelve a Community Achievement
Award fe'r tlie City of Paluika. ; a
FOR HAPPY GARDENING Also In Washington to receive lI

e mDD Community/ hlevenwnt! Award

'IiILf&PRUNER : "" I.a'. GRASS (,n behalf of the: Illy of Gainesville

SHEAR were Mayor and Mrs. Bvrrn Wlnn,
N..M1A I / I II ami Mr. and !Mrs. Wilbur M Marl.Ing .

I No. GSn > I Jr? e>t GameieviUe, Mr. Hailing I
: Is Chairman of the Gainesville
i ; no 700 Beautificnllon Board
: Other visitors from Gainesville I

I; WOODWORKIR'S VISE I were Mr! and Mrs Alonzo Frank
: fASY .. the a
ACTION a Ilaharalgat 'Grtrn. who were attending
CLfAN CUTTING I ,, ,IoyAOiae or. Clamps sawhusi.on workbench table National Realtors' lh'ellnll.Ir! ,

: SOFT PLASTIC GARS I a Coos IWtls/ a Jaw facet coveted to protect I and Mrs Wade HarrUein, up fur
the U. S, Savings and Loan U-a-
i : cIID: f< ''F 0 0 work MldllI&Jt

.. ...... Due Convention Hartley ,and and Peggy the Halscy I Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

who were here for a Met U1t1st .................. .._......_._.........._......_........................_............. ...................... ................_...._..........._.

i live Points Grocery & Hardware ; Ihuuh!Mrs Tour Lee ,Milllenn of Pnlatka I

was a recent visitor! as was Gon- I
card! Charles F Rlggl of St. Aug.I WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY

I oat Ine.
: Your Complete Tool Center I

Classifieds Pay Off South 8th Street Fernandina Beach, Florida Phone 26T3636I

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WANT AD RATES NICE meat. CLEAN Multi only.furnished 1306 Atlantic apart. PUBLIC NOTICEIN PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Polnte Defense. Fern-indlna Headquarters lleaih Building Florida Five.1
45 Ave. Phone 2614835. THE CIRCIIT (COIBT FOI HTMJUDICIAL : NOTICE: I'OK BIDS and also ill 1000
per word .75 Minimum ICe (CIRdIT IM AND' loa NOTICE OF SALE on. gallon capacity
Tti. Hoard of Courtly Commlsilnnerif tank Nasaau Jail Ferrefnl,
at County
Ctu-4 o f Think*, tUcfJuUoM TWO-- I NASSAU COINTY' FLORIDA. |MINEZ Nassau aunty Florida Invite hid. Nol ce U hereby given that puriuantto dins .Iteach. Florida and aim one til
Ml BEDROOM furnished apart. I osascEny. e'UE HO nNEIIARD a ',ndl decree of forei'lonur* entered .
Similar Notice I or palming of Masauu Count\ Civil. 5110 gallon rapaclt at Prison rant
meat AD electric. Sadler Rd LOVETT ,..ootonaroo.PISI.IUI. I H Irene Trailers ; In ciuse numbered JMU In Ihe Hilllard, Florid J
1 pr word SIM MlBinim Phone ttl-5116. The Little Bird Sez: Trailers involved art as fillnw, CIrcuit"l ('"url In and fur. Nassau Coun IT SHALL BF' TIlE' RE8PONSIJP1UTY

Cal l 261-3688 tfc WI. I ea Trailer or 261.3687.r JELANE
( .OOOIIIEADUefeMbiail.: nntclv :niret 'long. Insurant ("fln,>;"n.. a cutpirui SEE THAT I AN
place ad at office TRAILER SPACE. near O'Neal. I '.1. 'r''I1.. Vlln.I, pe ., i .is nlnntiir and Alberta Rrerls .>. ,II Or hAS I IS ON HAND MrLLt..l '
NOTKB or SI 11'THE Don't* think we're lose ,, _,ingliJchn, F Like. TommleLe ITIONS
Large lot. plenty room for I gonna too y yofeel long AT ALL TIMES TO lN
511 A .h Strut STATE OF FLORIDA TO: S I ea Trailer. J.wheel. generatorpproxlmalely Oler and) Simaciso, Oliver. his wile. I OFF RATIONS! Ol-. ALL HAS :.
dren. Phone 201-4423. INEZ JELANE OOUIIHEAO, 10.fcpt were defendant.
long MFNT
-- -- _. Chll'j I' c'o Mr.. Jack Morganhereby a much sleep figuring out a way : fallen" may be wen at th* Nassiu.ountv I will sell! Ihe property situ iterl In bids' ihould he filed with D 0 "l

FURNISHED efficiency 110. II Martel viuoseA.hssilie : I Civil Defense Office l> 1\'. Vseiau County\ lluiul.i I deuribed, is Say Clerk to Hoard ('ounl
FOR SALE North Coroim. to spend the 'uli li. Ferrrandma. Beat. Florida The tou'thoa.
ment beach Phone extra money comI lands 'located In the City ifFernmriiifi alonera Nassau i ounlv
on You notified that suit
are a 1 "aiming will Include romoval' or all ,' lieaih if'inner K' City I ernandlna llenrh. Eltrida. helu
after 5. tic I has been filed against you In Ui. above. aol from the .xleri,.r ol trmlria' re. ol tirnandlnal: Nasaiu County: 1 10 00 clock A M. March Ilk.
entitled.] cause; and that you are .kr* ing to us on the Gov. tax cut. alr of all ..... Inmi which runt li.. Florida. and bIson nntt demrilwrt' '' at winch lime same will be ,,.n..
198J DOOH DODGE !Reason.aMe FOUR ROOM unfurnished 2 car by required to (its y ouran.w.ra sin, moved. and application nf two ill, according 10 Ihe offli..lal ,,1..1. ofsuld retrt anl considered
See at 2400 8. Fletcher the Clerk of this Court and to ser\ .oali of white automobile enanitl" No i 'IIv Ins lithographed" and In. I'he Board renervei the rlRht Ieil r..
garage apartment at beach $53 'I a copy thereof upon the plaintiff Ctr nilile panting la Involved In this con sued hv the florida Rallrnnd Company : sny or all hide' ,
round Call plalntuf attorney whose name" and rart Ul InS? and revised Dated: this: bIb day of .February]
year 261.4602. tic
1063 BLUE CalixlTxL : enlarged
FORD CM";;; ..
address U Le* Tomllnson. eon FlorId Bids should be filed with D O Oxey and reissued bv The Florida: Town AD. 11)64HOARD. -"
vwtlble Power steering & Theatre liullding. Jacksonville Clerk to County' Comitlssloneri Company, M IIU7 I' '
brakes VACATION APTS. \ dIhon: Improvement COt NTY COMMISSIONER .
Florida. not later than February aTtn '
automatic 6100 mllei I not Inter 10.00 o dork I and I!Wll I, *aSutxllv : NASSAU COUNTY fLORIDA.
Inquire at A D. 1M4 .
OCEANFRONT APTS. completely I M. rebruurv 14th IM4 at which 'Islon 'B' and "C of .....tTh" Bv Hirrv Poole. Chumnan/
2344 g It you (fall to do 10. decree pro eon
riclchcr. ittt esmuneo. iii! be Ittantosil, l. lead andmHlriered
not I furnished Day week or month fatso .will b* entered against you forth '. 'Ji' and the N'irth Forty ATJF8TD :

584 S. Fletcher Ave 2M/ .5878. tic relief demanded" It'll,. con,plaint. 11,0' liuird reserves the right to rejert. fiur 44i' led uf aubdlvisumi "A" I O Oxley. Clerk _. .
18 IT. CHRIS-CRAFT irilbnard %B. '
boat I' Ihe nature of laid ault being (for ny or all bull nnrt I n it ta'S l Four 141 all. In1I1'k I .
---- - -
Too Huiidrrd Ua
motor, shrimping rig BEACH APARTMENTS = year divorce )tied this 5lh day nf Februury. A. .DIM 12121: Thirty
hand and of
WITNESS the anal
ready to fl,h. MOO Pli. l.1o5. round. $13.r> month furnished laid Court my at I ernandlna Beak. I Harry Poale. Chairman .,l public sale. to the highest and i PUBLIC! NOTICE

F3011 electricity Included. Ph. rloridt. Oils 3rd day uf I lebruar', Hoard ul Uiunty' Ci A D. 1IK4" 4orth rrmil Uoir. uf llw Naasauiiunli
SPINET PIANO BUY 261-844(1( tfc (Seal) /1D.. 0 Ox ley IKI;,'lu County, FlurlddATTES.T : Ourl, Hi us* I UT F..n.nlIna, IV AND Hill NAVIAl, UUJjrirIOHlUA

Oppor. D O OxlevCleik I U O.ley, Clerk leatll 1; tionda, bellkwn I 11.11A I 1\1 IV PKOnAIF. _
(unity For responsible! party we SMALL: FURNISHED house oppos- CircuIt. Court. 31 18. 11. 20 ind J no P M on tIle tiC' day uf I: IN KFl UNo'uriiC
Nassau __ ___ KSTATE Or :
/guarantee can t be equalled elsewhere County 4 irch I 11184.
lie Keystone Hotel on Atlantic 41 ".'. 13, 20, 27 ,SEAL, aDO OXLEY I..........
Simply assume imall pay. Ave. Ph. 2614689. tIc -.- PUBLIC NOTICE D. 0 0)01EV y,4lTic5:4shm., ; rllINU' PrTtT/'r' )
menta PUN MNAI l,im ,Ht.hFfcXFILTOR _.(
Including guarantee and CI. k Chcull CuurlVm '

service policy. For Inspection I I UNFURNISHED: NICE four room PUBLIC NOTICE The Hoard NOTKh of County I OK KIDS Inmmlaalnnen It II Jeter. Ally 12 Nolu. Il heiehv' given thsltTiv.filed

Write: Home Oflice Joplin Piano ', apartment with bath 309( Soulli of Maiaau County Flurida. Invite my final relurs.s Exfculilr i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 115,15 fur. lui nlkhius if.IIHMIHU. oc.o. the Futale: of Lena Clark ctece"..
Co., Joplin Ma fjop 'I 6th. Apply at 111 South 5th,,: F20p tLOKIIM STATITbSV ilIrl lubrlcalmii inm' and Rieaiea foirliKl PUBLIC NOTICE( Ikat I have filed my ,petition "'",'

: THE lOlRT OF THE: IOINTY <<. Mirth 16th. liw and emliniiH tribultim and for fin il I discharge. ,
ATTRACTIVE Z BEDROoSl I SMALL HXJSE, no steps close In.I' aISle':. NAHHAK ('Ol"NTtLOII.. rcn iJln. lobS. liciutlve,. In apuioiinuirlv NOTICft': FOR BIDS that on March ) I will )

house at Five Poinli Newly Ideal (01 couple. Available March low IN PHOIIATEI the .Inllowing"" qU.II.Iltic. dmns "' The Hoard of Counlv Cammlaalonenf I to the HOT,. "II'J.6 E: Weoftiittfir
re.novated I' I In ret Estate 01 lbs period. of lime, alatod herelu"f0 Niisaau rhirlda. Invil seal i. miiiv Juuge of Nassau CourtT, Fa
Reasonably priced Ph. 1. Apply at Seaside Motel Phrne rLORIA WILROV BIDDLE.D. : rd bids fir furnishing approximately' i Ida 4 fur approval 1 of i.ltd flnsTnI
281.3279. 261-4503. tIc ......... n DELIVERY TO NASSAU! PHI I fur an order nf distribution *..
tfCONN 12 000 gsllna' nf Propnn* Liquified I."d
Te. All Creditors and Perwaa HavlniI PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE OM CAMP. H1LIIARU FIX1KIDAto r'nlroli'uin; 'r bIas fir delivery I 'In Nauiau I final dlachnrite .. Executor of*III '
lulms or Demands Against SaliFiialet .am .illuna saauline. flrat grader I Last Will, ami" 'leiiliinient "* '
I ;. I s .untPHvn |I' r and nr N ixsuuCountv I
: ORGAfrhapsody: full NICE THREE BEDROOM IV TIIW r'nri'IT "( "KT IV,. AWl IV TUP. CIRCl'IT Cute OF. TilE >, Agent, cOllie at Milliard I Clark dcceaneil C .1

pedal June like new A real buy. furnished home. at Five 1'o.itn" I You: and each nf you are herebnotiiied \ FOR NASSAU corpttv' I LORII". SECOND jiniriti. t'inn'IT in .wjj"iidllons dIesel fuel,, .rade Nu "lurid.,. unit or N.isiau Coin.iv CivilUrfrnse A. L JOhNSON
und to IN (IIANlERYlNO FLORIDA. IV AND bOO IK; INOUNTY Aa Fxnutor of Last Will
required prn.esaoy ill
Ph. 2614838 F20e I Call 26! } 54 1. tIc lle d<|ii irters llullrilng
claim" and demand which you 01 ITSIeort ( H''OKIHAIN 'H) ijllons moliir ur lubricating 'Iv* I'olnts. rernuiidliia lleich and nrMusau leslament, of Lena Clark QI
either of you may h aveagulo.( Ihe << liaiiman. and Asnei Bmtn' ... : tllAVCFRYCASK / pill Jail. rernjndlnaJesrh i ceased _
35 ACRES Of U\D.\ between DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT : :I estate of Horia Wllkun I Uiddle. fie lila wife, and <>eor<. Homorokkl NO l 11114 i...0 11)1 (real*. Flirldn County rttirlng the twelve I THOMAS HAIL

Billiard and Callahan on the old ceased lute of laid ounty, to the and Until Komorn.kl hi. wIfe, FIOKIDA DEVELOPMFNT COMMISSIUV nm Uk.t.ivt.i 10 NAaAUCOUNTY nonlh llevlnnlnn, April Ul. Aitninev for kxecutor .
unfurnished. Corner 4th
I i and County Judge of Nassau Couiriy, PialniitIs /, tOUHIHOHSF. Ft UN ANuHA 1 lIMIt soil ; dn.: March dial, IMItSucressful : I II Nurth' Fourth ktieet. >AFernuUlna
county road to Milliard $123 Calhoun, across street from :I Florida: at his office ,In the courthouse .... a* Agenry of Ihe Mate of Florida 53Al'H, FLORIDA .. .Hejch. liurldii, > ._ .*
per acre. Phone 261-5651.' F27c 'I School St Joseph's Academy of said County at Fernandlna O O Ine, a Florida. rorpornlloiind ,; 1'.IIIIDner.VI. t.OVO gallons diesel fuel grade No. I blrlder vlll be required I. I.... 9j..9. lea.
:_ I Beich Florida. within six eulendtr Atlai SukiMlarlea. '' of Horld. Rl'LB N191 I I In ciuuurmuiue with a ruling' uf the futnuh one I n storm,it* link of nutsi I' ,
j-hons. 201-1200 or 261.3800. tfc I months lime of the flratpublcatlon Inc, a llorMa eorporatloii. and \liorneyiieneral I. State, of I'li,rlda. all than 2M) ..illon dm01111'lip al Civil .
$6.500 : i this nitlce Each Thomas t. Shave, ft., nit A. MCrablrpf StATS OP FLORIDA el .1.. I IOi... hull be firm fir the duration -
7'4' ACRES. Ugh and dry. WS 'I claim or demand shall be In writing. Ir. eiponOMs of Iii. cllna.a1 period. 'n
Amelia Bead near ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished : and shall slate the plac of rest Del esdnnts IN THE NAME AND IIY TUB!: Al'THOltlTY I All bldi should' give' grade of each, I
1 apartment oceanslu. dence and poet office address of the NOTICE OF SUIT OF THE STATE OF FLO. Item to .Iw. furnuuel.. as well as price
OWNER Ed McCarry 1 1I clalmam and shall be sworn to by THE STATE Of FLORIDA IDA) .... I 1'w.. ...
grim Road, West Palm alrpor-'I I Tear round. 126 S. Fletcher the claimant hit agent, or attorney. TO; : OO. Ine, a Florid corpora emptlon certificate will h* furnished For Sale
Phone 161-8138. Jc sod such claim or demand nut II)' saaCOuasrl.
Florida. I i 'a 11:1 ihall be void tlonio/ Joseph D Osterhubero THE TAXPAYERS PHOPERtYOWNERS : Successful bidder shall furnish ator. .
/i/ Louise White Galloway Connell. di.'a at ..ull camp; aa fnlliws: .
FJ CJULUM = CUSTOM MADE UPPER LEeK APIS CompleUly ; Louis. While ('j.llnw.y 132 Pitt Road0prlnIt.td. STATE 01''LORtDA AND OF NAB 2 Ma ilullun. links. with ... "
Ai administrator of she Estate 01 New Jeriey SAC OUNTY I LORIDA. INCLUD sled fur each.
Venetian blind measure*. and I furnished Including TV _. :' Plans Wilson Blddl. deceaiedA You ire hereby; notified thai s lull IWO NON RESIDENTS OWNINll. PKO. rally 1-1000 oper' nallon pumpa tank with, eleitrl(

Installed Wide rang of colon P &QM 31,3118. tie bin C. Thompson Jr. has been filed alalnal you, and AlIasSohsidisrles \ PERTY ORJBJ"'C'I'" TO TAXATION easy operated" pump LARGE CORNER LOT In".
PORTER Attorney for Administratrix, of Florida. Inc a Flcr THEREIN, ALL PROPERTY Bids will. b* received up to 10.00
LOVEQUIST\ Color :tot) Atlantic Avenue Ida and Thomas J. OWNERS TAXPAYERS CITIZENS. clock AM March IIUi IUM al
Center. Phone 261.3068. tf. TWO R'OM furnished apartment r trnundlr lleacri Florid Shave cOJ'oralion.: Ii'dMj Crabtree. It.In .. AND OTHERS HAVIN OR CI.AIM. which thus"' mm* .will h* opened. read Q
41 113 20. '. II : the above ,. ; anti that INll ANY HIllHT. TTTLF. OR INTPREST "n j cinsitHred, Bma aw'utl b* auh. ::::
yo uarehere by r file your !: IN SAil COUNTY. OR THE lilted In U O Oxley Clerk' Board 1 17th At Ash Street
(250 DOWN, $4S month t buys 2 H. F. SA2LMAN answer with the Clerk I dofIOlh Court TAXAIILE PROPERTY THEREIN Ciuntv Commlsalimers N.isnau County .

bedroom' home outside city limits I PHONE 261.2221MISCELLANEOUS and to serve a copy thereof upon OR INTERF'T IV PROPERTY TORE I I Courihouu; Semi..mdliu" 'IKaih.
PUBLIC NOTICE the plulmltfi or plaintiff attorneywhoae I AFFECTED TIIROUl. THE IHfcUANCE ltbcrliia;
Price $4460ft I I name and artdrena I. Edgar HY TUB FLORIDA BE: lie 1 Uiard reserve. the rljbt 'lu reJ Midway Between The High School
< IN TilE COINTY 'OI'RT IN AND M. Felton 4JII It Jamea Building. VEIXPMFNT LOMMISHION AN J lni'l I hide
|175 DOWN $66 month buys three FOR NASSAU (COUNTY FLORIUA Jacksonville 2. liorlda, not later AGENCY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA .rl I r.a:l bbh day of I ehriuiry.
HlK NO 20SS than March It 1M4 II you. fall laeki OF TIlE REVENUE BOMJ8HFREINAtTFR Au 111114IIC"HU and The Jr.-High Elementary School.l5OFeetbyl36Feet .-
bedroom masonry home built- IN KFl tkTATE OF ROSIER '' '' aa decree pro conteoa will, bo MORF: PARTICtllAMI .. COVNTY COMMISfilONFKfcNASSAU '.
I entered egutnit you lie the relief .Y 1)(;'>('III 8..D.. nil IN ANY MXIR1DAUy .
in and ERKL 'NT''I COUNTY -
raqje oven. -
!: WILL BABY SIT. Christian mother. n."....*. demanded in the complaint WAY TO UK AFrtCTEIJ TlltllKDV!: Harry I'uole. nl airmail
i5r '* NOTICE TO fREUITORS Tit.naturno I laid tun, being (for You and earn at you lie Stale ,,( AT h.ST:
REDECORATED 3 bedroom borne One child $10( per week 2 children To ill creditors and all persons liavlngclalmi the foredoiure of a porch,.. money Florida, through the St ite Attorneys I 0 Oxlcy Clerk -
uli mortgage encumherli'.g the following of Ihe Second Judicial Circuit :if Hnr
$12.50. Any age Ph. 261$925 er demands ifauul I 220 27 31
oak floors 500 with
)3. $200 down 'j dencrlbed real property: Ida aSS the I ourth Judicial Ircult ofFlorida -- I
$o7 per month. M5c lateYou. and each of you ere hereby All of thoae certain loti or par. are hereby required to up
notified and required to present any cell of land situate. lying and being pear before this Court In the ('han.a. PUBLIC NOTICE
claim and demundi which you or I I In the F. P. ganthen IIr.nl. or Sec era of the undersigned CI"*.'ult Ju"lie I : :;
STILL NEW masonry. three bed. PAINT CONTRACTOR Interior, either of have against the tlon Bl. Townihlp Two Ill North, at the Courtlmui, In Tallulmshpe. I l'l..r. NII111'v' OF ll'F.CIAI.r.lhnTPK'N : For Further Information .

room home near high school. I exterior. Carpentering Reason. I enlate if YR'gi/, SANTERRE, U*' Range 29 Earl, In the County' (itNamau Ida on the 211 h day of leliruary. 19114. ': Iii HMtmY: SAILNOTICF gIven IhimiIon
ceased lute of Bile" des Sables. Provlnce I and State of Florida knimnarrd at ten clock, In the In""uCin and
able Clarence Miller. Ph. 261- uilsrulisnrit, I. Kwiliil, Maulerjnder i
Only $250 down, 53.50 per month I of Quebec" Canada to the Him desIgnated oinanuoreccir4rdlist show rasos' if any pug bane, why ifiepea as | ,.. ,
: : and virtue nf lbs Final I
'frtr & I 5927. F20p I J. E Weatherford;<'ounty, County County Courthoue Judg ofNaasau tEa of SECOND tne aubdlvlilon ADDITION"f TO"URAND CALS27 above, ersoftis.tilled cauw PctISlvn should. slit filed h* In granted the. n,.. of Force by. Insure, Srrrebmfro '"I.r. I CALL H. F. STONE, JR. -=
jd In I hut rvrtnln. CIIUM pending in
I /
John T. Ferreira A So LAMAN. repared by sleur5e W.Lovein. .
within and the boirJa therein described
J Sins Iteach Florida MX revenue
108 Atlantic A'.. Phone 111.1511i.LA'RG LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS month.ernao from the date of the first .: lhegiot.red Surveyor No.: and the proceerili aulh,. .'. ('I foul't duit In and. f"'r Nassau. !I'HO.NK: 2f>l.32(10( ) OK 261-51
{; Minlv Flirldi. Chiiu I cry ( line NoJ77II
help with your drink. I publication of this notli-e. I 'which, PIobr.u l'I 1.. IU4 In the, I ctttceof ,cipvof ; icIng the I Issuuni'* thereof be, vallrlaled In which Mill SI Hie' II,mien. I Il Ion .
Each claim or demand must b* In end confirmed aald eS/u usa Liujiclato .
LOTS for u.e: I Ing problem Write Box 838 writing, and must slate th* plane ol I Naaiau Title: and Abstract Cumpany ; be bound by Hie "ye Sill' ,",n'r bet sin, Levl Hiinil.i AnlrriMin....roriHirall'in und M,la irmrrlte pl..lullfl. AnI.ersmn and.. I _ __ u.. _ ._.

Good teims One quarter mite City or Phone Jax. El 67700. residence and post..office addresa of Loll I Numbered ernandlna, Beach Tosoly.oss, Florida, ills at:! In I hea5ieg.ab.su.oo I One Hiatdrsd'I'oenly.I'iuo his wife, .... ddvmliinla' I.
be toby I rnousuml Dollma ilu.1ouui .
I h.nlalmavtio d mast sworn
South of Five Points on AmeliaRd. <2i,, Imlualve\ a. flp.'I.1 MuaIs'e In LbuOs'srvap'piloted
through Tonntysoven dengiraied l I ,
th. claimant hi. agent. or his attorney < '
Call 201-6421(\ tfe FLOOR SANDING and reflnlsh or It will become void accord. I und more particularly dmcrllied liynietei d.Iulnbedo .,,: :, uf, 3' lon mature ler and by ,lie hv virtue I curl. In of mill the Uerreein lor,".. JJrinu A C/.py of Thli Adxertliement For An

Hanson Ing to I law, and bounds aa folliiwi: I at (follow, heieif will iffrr fir .,,1. and sell III''
Floor tile Paul E.
i lag sufficient .'or. point of reference. stun fll
I Each creditor shall deliver
puhllc> null"ry to She hlgbeNl' and beaildiler ;
the Soulhweat of laid SectIonSI. '
Phone 261-4609. tIc copies of hi. claim to enable Uie coiner I( MINION ROAD RhVFNUI1; IIONUS: > for nash at the niHln entrau,e
carbon scratch
pads To Two North Kange tt
paper. County Judge to mall on* to each North 17 101'" NASSAU LOtlKTV. .Mi b* dated and front dour uf the N,iiuiu County AUTO1r- '
Last them degreeaOv
and mimes paper onionskin, for Pr noVa t representative go of S71 feet, the day of February". IW*' Hum Courlhouiie at FernanUlnii I 11'h. } _
sale at NEWS LEADER 511 All) WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS DATED rebruurv II, AD 1M4I10RIDA !' thence Weal Smith a dlitante 76 rlegreee 9:. Weal a 1 bered'i't, \\1S, hi,m Imlunlve, In le Fl, irldu. on the 2nd d.iv if M.irrnIIIS4 >< : :
I NATIONAL BANK OV n"mln.II"n of II.("KI 'h. mid, S to Y':7/
I eai m.
make. Stoves cleaned. hrtwrrn Ihe hnure of elavrn
any dlatance of 41II feel more man
St. Buy sell repair used furniture JACKSONVILLEAn Administrator of to the Easterly aide: of h.or Dixie I ::ftIn nun" erlial' vnler ai billows. li I II eilotk AM mill. I Iwo. oili. <.k P M.. I .i : '
I Highway laud Dixie Highway havucaciordmi ; the aame being a li'11111; sat. riiiy and I %;
Ph. Hester, Yulcc 225.5294. tfc the Estate of 8,ilwrt lanterns, to laid pint n width, of Mleetl I I| Maturity Oat AmountIMI5 the houra the .ligil h"u..1 ..1.. Ihelollowilig rSPECIAITUNE.UP : I

FOR RENT -.---- Flrat publli D.r..dI 'atlon on: February 13 1fJ64. "; thence In a North.. ..ty rlirectlin |lu.MMIM tI sac rstnd property, In N.... I
I along the Easterly hnund.ryM >H f wmIIM7 sax Louiiy riorldnI :
John B Jr.. Ally :
Culp right.of'way nf laid Dime 411IIXIMaturity I ion a i'itmt; ol, I eiilnnlng he
SITUATION 41 Ill SO 27 31 y and following. the curveIhere I I Dais Amount; ginning, In Ihe MniUn .weal torner AND

FURNISHED GARAGE APT ,"f. a dlilance of 11,401, "bet. IIWH I :wow of I."I No J, III: Ckdl 79.Ir..l. 'I. |
WANTED more or I.... to the S ulhv enter ly lUll' 30.00I i Ing I neF.aster ; .. HO i SAFETY CHECK
kitchen electrically equipped PUBLIC NOTICE corner of Lot 21. eashownonsa Id I O' fir a imlnt uf "beginning' Thence I|
Water furnished Ph. unrecorded plat bring, lie I .m.o-it :In Northerly dlreiinn, lull:' II' : P
2614258F20p: M1TK OF APPLICATION POINT OF Bhl iNN"": of tie; I luta; aggregating the sum of Ohm, HundredIxemyrive theme In a Easterly dlreillun; 711' i ONLY
RELIABLE COLONEl! GIRL I-UK TAX hEEl. or pores Is of of l.mrt hard nn.noeo. luuuiunri Dinars ISIJ5.. 0" th I'S,."C in a Houlhem, direitl.' I
I w ms regular job or days wirkPh fire. 1 MeCRAMC APTS. I NOTICE IS HLHtllY, /! lIVEN. thai the it lie, lion 70 li .. SI.. lola 'lie uiuvelieing
along and following curve ssiril.sitttu.Ily I on Ihe liral' I day nf Augunl >
261 5626. F20p ; : : *
FURNISHED: S-ROOM apt. with I Arthur J:,inea the holder dol.Ih* follow Easterly lids of lbs rlgl;I.nf.way of and on Ihe first diy uf rebruur; a part. "f Ltd No. >: lilk 7S I'I'N..u 6.50
j Ira; certificates has l, cerlutl I the Dixie. Highway (for a dlilunie of of each year al bite liwesl raw <,ta I'oalll. FlorIda I
utilities hot water. washing ma. WANTED day's work. Ironing or caws I,,rataa deed to be II..... 240 28 (feet more or Isis. to the (lainabl when th Isan,. are sold. gsa aiuii. teuuj sold to utliiy laid '
chine. Other beach rentals For thereon The certificate number and Northweiterly corner of Lot 24 .. provided that such bunds shall nil ,'. ..
cleaniim Lury Mao Delaney lasuunce till dnocni of laid unrecorded them.e uuwl thli I Illh day of fehruury1MM JIM I m:
I. IrIoh' ihoun un plat; Mar Interest at a greater rile than aia. ,
Information call W. I. McCranic. rr'r: I
Phone 261.4733. FlOpIHELP and th namei In an Cailerly direction along Ibis ye lentum l It'd l uer IIII"UIII. or M I Servhe .Mr) rror
261-442. tfc I :it; wai askesiedff: m follow: : Northerly. line of laid Lola H a auld at such price tnat the nut Inlvreatcost l Mercury; N KevnukllsSpetiil I
I ;;;----- --- rtiflcate No TfP Year of Issuance and fl of aald unrecorded pint a lluUnce 11 the Uevelnpti tmenloasit. M.interlenrge ,

TWO BEDROOM: furnished; home of 2M SO feet to tie N..irtn. sail ex..nd dur and nne.h.ill |pe l RIHIIRMIIIIM. Alty
WANTEDWE .. Lrlptlon of Property" In DB 144 Pg r"I.IYII corner of uld lot n. II enre ...,..um (4 ',"Al: ... tim.. date M C,.* i* II .20 i Lasserre Motor
-Bailey Rd. Ph. 261.567S. F27c I ....1 Co. Rec tVction in township 4 ; : .,, direitlm, airingbh. I ,,,,'rll" miiturllies.. therof a more
North. Hange J5 containing I acre Eaalerly' line' of laid I Lot il a I I articular dricrlpllin, ol salil,,, revenutuonda '
S'l'LEE!: 3 bedroom unfurnished more or lesa. dlntame uf II2 05 feet ta: the Southeaulcrly apie| ..iruig' by rol"....* t.> sal.. PUBLIC NOTICE i
HAVE AN cpenlng for an ad. Name lir. which assessed Arthur Jones eorner of said Lit fl ineneIn '" uulhorl/mg rosoluliin certified' <' Company '
opof >
house Across from Baptist dltional automobile} mechanic All of laid pr.perty "'f'lord.the: a SxHitliwMterly dlrnrtic.nal.'oI whlih, is attutned In and marie, apart Nome of SAlE 1 6 ( > l. or 8 Cyl.1NCE .
Church. Ph. 2255270 FMc I County of' Nawau. Still of the Suutheanterly line. of saId H.fl of lie Pelillm bomb' 'fll. ruIn NOtICE: IS IIHIH1Y LIVEN that.
general experience See Jim I Un eo'suo'h cerlllical, or certiflcates 24 and tl of laid unrecorded PI,.I'I nlkl la Ii> Irt pub.lanea in newspapcriof ursuint .In a r,inal /Iwcree of rore'lMJ ; ; ]1910! Plus Parti .
TWO BEDROOM APT. :.-p.w;; ;; Lee Service Manager Lasserre shall be r.deem.d according to a dialance' uf 2II6J: feet more '" I general I clriulutinn 1 pibllsned, t InUiaptcr (Iv susetmtnro'5 miS raase nuntmrrs'I '
law the I property" desinbed In such I.... lu the Easterly aide nf the right Leon and N..u Cauntmoa. P'i'riihx, In tie Circuit Court. of Nassau !I'
furnished All electric kit.I Motor Co. F20c I certificate or certificates will be sold of.way of the Dixie Highway' an in leI..n. .no "taO, oerasraisulas. a h9 ..uuiity. H.rl.ia, I will sell the prup
Chen Phone 261-3230 or 261-526 --- ------- to the highest. bidder at th* courthouse shown on' laid' unre.ordid plat, being : 7> M rl-nda. SlaluieaIXlNF aniyuuu. .. ,In Nassau Cuulily, Fl itja .
door. on the first Monday in the poliA of beginning aauhars'Ia uesirllMid us:
tic LADY WANTED between 23 and) Month "f March II.... which la lisa AWl OHIJCRtl: at Tall curt if Lui ,,,,.Iy COal: In He<.lioi>
33 years fur general of I Ice work. 2nd day of March 1U64 ", XCEPTED I..m Ih. ahon,. roe.lsYaOi hw..e. laitn Cnuntv Imrida this, Jrvday rive Ui, Township Two 12)) NirlliHaime .
Dated this Jisl day of January INM 'I are all 1.101' 01 Way Ease.msots II ul tehiuary, A D 111114 Tw.nlY"I''" Km a'aiil'itmg
OCEAN FRONT DUPLEX up. Apply In person Mcnrlay Febru. /lD 0 OXLEY; .nd runveyao,.es ''r puhilcrosda Hen L: Willis lu vial showing the land offciiiil
stairs or down furnished Fenced icy 24. between 3 and S p.m. I Clerk of Circuit Court ufNasaau and d rainaO5. ....m.nte. CI'I'' H1U'.,. / U FrienJ. also known, atEuill f fqjl81

yard. Call ItUJOsT. tte Ltsserre Motor Co. Floe Cuunly Florida. iaId, eoan.yaaoe .I. aloe made suIT'lent. A true copy O '."'nu. In Section Thirty

4t _____j.Ju.OS. U 20 ho..r.. to .trentain riahh.J.woy Allen: on* |3I i. Tawnalilp. T",... 'Ul N.rtn.
aleafli to the l"lcnide' fall T. Hartifleld ,
- ponebi Range Twenty eig I IJUl: East
FOR SALE or rent. 3 bedrooms. HOUSEWIVES BUSY MOTHERS I 1- ; : I, and Light Company, dated March 19l Clerk Circuit Courtlamn larJ also In HectHin. five ,ill.
barbecuepit PUBLIC NOTICE l 11111. and recorded .lir Deed Hook 7il Ciiunly Florida Township' Tw. ,Ul N, ,,,iii Rug'
garage outdoor patio help your liiubnnd pay the age 47S of tii*. Pubhu Kec ir.i uNasxu by Dane Lola Jr. fwenly-eght, 'IMl .FanS l .IrecoriledIn
No down payment. $30 noMnecrejt bills. For appointment call 2''I.' IN TIIF COINTV jtJb.Ea t'O'RT County r ...'Ida D C Deed I Im* t, pan 1st' In Ualofflie
Sub-division Bowed, P. MIle I IV AID roil MAMAU. UULUKIIIA *' ", ALto: And purl ol Section Fitly I HEREIIY CERTIhV: thai I havtfurmsi : iif :the Clerk. if IllS Circuit 1; :
4094. .' I awe lOll) the Samhe> rani; Town: ,"ed a copy ul' She forerun, Court for Nassau' Cuullly liutlclamore .
O. Box US tIc Pie N.. ten an* Twe; Ill North Rang Twentylive Hale Nisi' to which waa attacked particularly descillwd asfillowi
''1 RF!:: ESTaTE: Of <1/6: East Nuaau. County. Floi copy ef Site Petition' therein ,...rr.d. : ,b'osnlti" eni'eubllis SnutA :

F.*M4 HINs PUBLIC NOTICE CAROLINE tl.UNUyC 5.rsasod. ida dlCl.- more particularly l de 01 William I). Hiuklna. touts Atlur east corner saId M Ihirly iJoitnenre I '
NOTICE/ IS HERFBY IVFM: : thai ; .Flows: FOK A POINT iiey inr Ine Sejimia Judicial, Cinul .,.Ih' along the Fatiterlytin ,
17 lots Prices start $2150, and up.LoNage .n order dated JANUARY nets \\Jtvi! Nolle I II hereby given thaunduisuned' the i OF BCGlNNINll' atari al .the sou In. j< the Slate of Florida' and tn Wll ,. iif SaId, Ijit ThIrty ,mil: fir a I Absolutely Fresh! j

.a. be. l ......d by the un ....I.wd, orr the lass day aluary Jan.: saul corner of Lot Twenty seven 1 UHaa Ham A. Hallowes. kut Att"rn.y foi distant of rorty; Wi fiel li tie '
aiiilieruing. lie name of Ihe Oil K<"-ewRO'l A D *.. filed a final eroaunt' described In Deee) Book lut au illS Fourth Judicial. circuit uf Horulsjy point: ol; .beginning, thence cm.lnueNortherly I
15 Acres OB Chester Road. $3.SOD. : MARIO orficlil, nu""her 20,7 Ml tag Five Point _Dad by OFF SFA TRAWI.FRS. Caroline !.un.. d.'....d. and fli.t' I N ''a.c County. Florida ".IIr.;IOlairlat A. D 1''*. line of aald Lot Thirty I bull I I
Ice Ie further given teat after puislI.Callus. Degrees Fifteen an'iofOns llundrelIIOOl j
fir a Otis
of "blch IERNAMOINA' HEACHFLA Highest Quality
Three bedroom den home corner Benjamin H Dickeni and
mesh uus East (N It uegrees It C) 101'IIJ'
be of this acties' son such I feet al right
I II N.e keexe port to changedID
Arnold. L. llreenfieidAtlorneyt .n.i.lw. \
.. ., M feet Ie.... irartheaet :
lot $710 down. $57 month Includes CAPTaUM tlVCt.ETS' I for (our c"'ul" win'' .pp"' comm tar angle to the described I lui*
and U.PI. THOMAS Insurance. Deputy Collector of Customs J. a:. Weatherford County Judge IIIN..II i Norm Snoentysso Degree* lonty.har. A renftld .. Southerly parallel la th*
SOT South mil l kargeif County Fl<,rlda. for approvaJeuliir Minute West (IN 7f degree 464e l I. 13 :* almresisid Easterly "lime 01 Lot !

llx room borne $200 down, take t* ......tu,* and Title) I 01 .sad annoantitti end Our firmS. .dim, 'tl fur > J '"U feet. mot or less ThIrly .JOI f.r a dislutn'O .I Ono Large Variety j
fit Ueach .ha'i. 01 lhe underssgeed as En to the easterly rlgM. n way of V a) Hundred I 11001 feet then Fasterly
rt ,
P" rcryaaduu
up Payments of $7.to per moath20J I Florid... of mid eet..eTHF Mnthway Mo. 1, I....... go northerly ibraasdspo SECOND ADDITION TO a distance of Fighly' inui 'eel toIhe

Florida Ave. (Port I BAHNETT NATIONAL along said' easterly rl.hl-ul.w.y' loi, 'A.... JfAN. wto'n was a 5.snpn.s I "niilitt of beginningal I
with II til: II. 11 20 HANK OF JACKSONVILLE aol feet: them go South. twenty jUIUIVMOM. lllAT WILL ttCri _. public ule. la Ik. highest and beat
Two bedroom garage apt. Aa Cieculorof ass Degrees .urtv.live Mu jt... KaIH : placed on record but a uf sau.jnn"ne miner. f.a- cash" at the Ilialatstraaon. r rFLORIDA'S
horajwoewl floors Two car gar- !lie fcstJt of Caeolln Lonf 7S degreei 49 El for 230 *9 test completely Dec...... more nr lees. Ikeiu' go hush lIsle ,.h* Maaiau Title anal Abslrael Com. ernmdina' Unath lorlda. lIu.lie
Lot X 139
axe 100 .HELP a.ollt I TO THC: EXECUTOR OK ADMINISTRATOR .lisa Do.rs.a Flfte" Mlnutea Weal ,aua, al Fernaiuliaa beatia, riorklaWITWttJ egal hours of aal* on th. 2d day nf
fences!. $8.300 : 'IS a etegreea II W, tut 147 US feiUienc ; ... .'.h. "' *4. '
INGRAM The above nolle maid be published, ea 1oul DegrceiFifty my hand and th* anal 'SF-ALl /"/ D O OXLEV FINEST SEAFOODS'ADJACENT :
CONTACT PETE BEAR PZVENT1FeBEsTFIRE I.. nnrwnn.p5. ssbiishsd In NasasCouoy .nln' .."w"rs: 741 de if.. Said' Court al rernandma HeathIneida .;.",.* A Btelngeannl
Salesman wins a ""k lor four f 141' put greet W Wi for aa' feel tn Irpvnl lasso Mh day of February.W4 ,:W Lymrti llulldingJacknonvlll
L. t. MMM Agency _....Jo. ....d Iho proof of ouch hit.estln0 ,. ol .beginning. this .parcel of' '* I. FlorIda TO MARINE WELCOME STATIC**
I $ I I ss'hlrh will be furnished puss land ....toln. e : 13 North 4* Pflone Ml SMI by he patters blind In Ibis office.J. and I. showS by the heavy lives tm D 0 OXLfcir It 600

"We solicit Listings ra Homes andAcreafV 6 W TIE SOOTB1 E. WEATHERFOKO lie Put" .being recorded. Lou 11 31 Clerk ., Use Clnnirt. Court _______ Phone 261-3137
i county Judge. 23.24.OS.OS.njT. a. eawwaj en Edgar M. Ulson, Ally _h _
41 24n1.a.fl rded PW beiag pes. of W. a. 41 J.I1 :20 IT, 3_ Pay OH




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. Pre Twelve! News-Leader; Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, February 20 1964 :
= Travels
Miles Horse
I 3,300 Competitive By High School! Echoes. .

tics Itself had not changed but Johnnie RobersonOn
Switch To 'Modern'M"uth flint the method of presenting and BY LINDA CRAFT it BY TYSON

leaching It had Student will have Cutter Campbell During the year of working with ,, That afternoon during 6th periled .
not only to learn the basic tacit I horse. Mrs E. C Xenyon kai t .
Predicted For At Guantanamo I the Dinco Band gave I preview
Bay ,4
of mathematics. but will have to I been rightly termed horse fancier, 9 The band concert last Thursday I of the concert
I learn WHY things are dune the USCGC CAMPBELL (FHTNCI rancher'. trainer, and rider. The night extremely Inspiring
Nassau Co. Schools way they are. He laid that per. Johnnie II Rnbcmon. machln. first 100 mile ride the competed In wan wellas Our basketball team was dt.feat.led
iho mu lc was cf popular as Green Cove
Friday night by
hapa the pupil would then be able lull male third clan tSLQ, ton was a disappointment; her hone
to cut down the amount of lime[lor Mr. and Mr. John F. Rober couldn't finish the race and she classical no', Spring In the Kevitone Conference .
"&aHHall i County and all Florida spent on drill and atlll gain a bet win of Route I I. illlllard la serv.I had to quit, Several year later she ture with sol Tournament This was nntur-
..n- feeling the effect of a nut! inwldr tcr understanding of the basic I leg/ aboard the Coast Guard Cutter and her mount won; the difference being presence: illy a disappointment for Coach;
'mmctnent to convert the principles Involved and a more i Campbell, operating out of Staten I: training and a promise to her. by Judy Lasserrc j hover and his team The Plraivt
4radili nal system of mathematics meaningful approach to math I hland, N. Y. self to do It right or not at all. Nettle I Peter defeated Dulles Tuesday ntkht
tu tallrd "modirnmathematics' 3 and Skipper Hi with a score of 5936. -..
a new approach He/ emphasised the object of de. Campbell li currently underdo. Mr*. Kenyan has completed 33 av
Edward Flveas
vcloplnt IV itudint understand Ing refresher training at the Nav. I competitive 100 mile rides. a re. The school newspaper, the HUH-
The above nplnlon wan slated by Ing and reasoning power and using al Station Guantanamn Roy cord of more such ride than anyone emit icted the la RICANS: published/ Its first em.
)State; Siijx'rvlnor of Mathematics, drill a* a discipline for their The 327-foot ocean station vcsid < In the United State Also a number. D I tMOND 'Ion Tuesday The paper Is willon \ .

)to.tl'f'' Matters during I recent thinking/ It la hoped he laid that act a* an aid to navigation record which grow yearly The : JUBILEI and sold byIrl.! Chllds'
Vinlt with officials of the Namaii role I learning may be supplemented makes oceanography: ttudiet, and object of the 100 mile endurance However, w r shorthand II class. There war; pi
County Hoard of Public limtruc by a more thorough mastery of serves ai a search and rescue ride I II In some way similar to w were a bit dli !great response and all 270 papers
linn' stagers rilncuiiH\ local plan. the lubjrclIn vessel while on station a* a wea I: the much talked about "U mile I appointed at the atudent and pub. were sold within a matter of mrnules .

lIng and Information on mw the when student then ship In the North Atlantic hike advocated by the late 4 1 ty lie attendance so next time make They were ten cents a copy
book and materials with Hoard I pant school --1 President to prove physical fit. plans lo attend. See you next week. rayl
from high not
Supervisor John T. Wclwur, Secondary graduated schools was at fault,' Magcr : ness. The endurance ride I I. a ,
!School SiirnrvlMir Houston I knowing or remembering the math, ftald In 1950 group began formIng 'lest of horse and rider It I II designed -

Kapp. and Elementary Suix.rvlmrVf they had been taught, It was de. with the object of rectifying! to demonstrate the proper w

L Webb cld d by tome that an obsolete I thin problem. "The progress wa :' method of training and conditioning --

Matters mild thai_the_maths-ma.( math program uwd In the public I rather slow," he admitted until horse for a long trip; to en. t u i II. wl \v
the early ipace successes made courage horsemanship In long dls f ..-
-- the Importance' of math known to tance riding, and to train and de. ya'r w ar d !. t. ., s' q -
I almcMit everyone." monstrale the best methods of ..
I The system spread throughout caring for horse during and at- s eh llillti. -
the twelve grader; there was a ter long ride
Hood of new material, up.to.date I Mr*. Kenyon Interest In horse
text, new and modern Interesting and horsemanship li nothing new
example. and training course A* a girl on her father Connectl ..
for teachers. cut farm, she developed an -
I In Florida the change began In early love for horse which extended .
1W13 for grade 7 and 8 with new even to her father $100
L C. HtNiON: Is shown nitride Al-Varah Hhar,
11 andfor team of work horses Always an
text t for those two gradi
the registered Arabhn gelding she get a first with In
I Algebra I I and II 1 course. Six outdoor girl riding agreed with
more new text are to be added her nature; although the neighbors 12 by competing in three 101 mile endurance ride*. 1 I I t /
during '64.65 Including general did think It a bit "Improper"for This year hht plants a repeat perfornrmce using; her own

I math.. a second series of Algebra a young Indy to ride a buggy registered Morgan more< Donna Ju triita, 4nd beginning

I I and II. a new trigonometry book horse bareback. with the Florida 100 miler Mirth H.
and new text In analytical geometry By the time she entered Wheaton -. --

I and calculus By the 1U6S19M College her fascination of .
horse she looked for a clean leg- a reputation fur quality animals
term, It I II hoped that there horse was strong enough to cause ,
god spirited athletic rond horse; The Kenvons had /been coming/
will be a new elementary series her to lave her spending moneyto one of no particular breed but a I la Hrnandlna Beach every summer In Florida.
for arad!!. 1.6. geometry for grade pay for riding school 10 ,that horse which lives to work She I since 1935 and In 12 the .
10, and an advanced math book she could be a member of the I; mentioned Arabian as a very good sold the farm and they moved to

for grade 12 Matters said college scientific drill team. choice because of dense bone and their present home on S. Fletcher,
Florida schools are In varying After her marriage to E. C spirit and the American.bred built by her husband a Jackson- after bowling beer is a natural
the and the
degree) of conversion From 25. Kenyon depression Morgan H widely liked. She said vllle general contractor Still Involved ,
SO'of Florida elementary students care of her imall children kept
that all Morgans are descendents with horses Mri Kenyon
604 Atlantic Avenue are now using new text. her from pursuing her equestrian of "Justin Morgan a Vermont spends her spare time training her After you've l boss led a game or two,or v hen you're winding up
Secondary grade have 40.50c of hubby as she might/ have wantedto horse, not big but powerful and mare Donna Juanlt for the three the evening at the ighwirhood bawling center, it't good to relax'

-- their student using the new text In 1948 while living on the out spirited It was said that he could"outpull eastern 100 mile endurance rides w ith friends and conipirc scores, What better way to add to the-
By 1968, educator hope the goal iklrt of Jacksonville, she saw I out.race, and out.last Florida Hot Springs Virginia sport and the sociabluicss than with a refreshing glass of beer?
: t of 100% will be realised hone which brought back all the any horse (for mile around." and Woodstock Vermont; does However you take }'our fun-beer always makes a vdumie
The changeover of text and approach old love of them. She bought It. addition the
with publicity work for the FloridaIlorsemans to party.
Apparently quite Impressed
I II Metsj ha resulted In I need for At that time It was legal to quart .
: teacher who are trained In ter a hone within the city limit. Morgans. heirs to the additional Association; and serves Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that
more clean good qaulltlei of being gentle and as judge for several amateur M e live in a I land of personal rctdom-and( that
i It was
the 'modern system. This need li long a* horse shows In and around Flor. our right to enjoy
veriltlle In 19o5 she bought arum
I. j ,
aR'tt'IstxikrM... ties In with the extension course In 1951 the manager of Jack- on the edge of the Ocala ida and South Georgia beer and ale, if v c so desire: is just one, but an important one, of.
FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS unlver. lonvllle 'Fifty Year of Proires those personal freedoms,
; i Ii being offered by called Mn Kenyon to Forest and started a horse breed. Look for another blue ribbon to
for on
Institute '
: GREEN STAMPS ; Continuing sltle Th University Studle "loan' be In charge of the horses and Ing ranch She had one stallion be added to Mr. Kenyon trophy In Florida...beer goes with fun, with relaxation
rider which were to make up a Little Hawk and 8 marc. In years case In the near future as she @I
,, I. WITH THIS COUPON AND UICHAII OP underway among other two courses large portion of their program It which elapsed until 1962, she railed and Donna Juanita enter the Flor. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION ING
1 LI TIN REG., DRIP OR FINE Mathematic for Elementary outdoor pageant In the I 15 colts and was earning quite ida endurance ride March 11. fO. (03?) YflMlH roan FUlklUA
1 Teacher. and a mathematics wan an ___
of FAIR -
Bowl and In Mri Kenyon'swords '
@! ; course offered at the l graduate

i COFFEE level to teacher In Nassau Coun- horse were everywhere.
1\ ty schools. It li expected that by During/ a scene representing the II ..

.i IN ADDITION TO THI JUMfS YOU DECEIVI WITH YOU! rUHCHASf, *' B the fall of 1904, 30 extension courses 1903 fire, Mri Kenyon wan to I
...._._VOIP m :221ft mtmmmmmm? covering all level of teaching drive I team of mules acrosi the
\[ Will be offered Florida State UnIverslty field Something spooked the mules I
coordinate all off.camp. land they ran away until I horseman FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCE
I Arabian made I \
e MrrtaYAa iaaM t exab us classes offered by the state on a white
\ universities: successful attempt to stop them \
4 { recall It, the
Mss{ Ai Mrs Kenyon
I among
of transition
The degree I
IMt [gT11A PMCI BXTHA crowd, thinking It was all 1 part of
MERCHANTS GREN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS Florida schools varies from as the program, really loved It.
little single clan. to 100
Ya N ta.a WNKrY salsa CsWHNt AN* VKNAM Of a* a Florida first

11 t l. KINtllTS ILkCTH ,h HALO HAIR SPRAY that conversion accomplished of a school In Montlcello such a* 100 The mile next ride spring was held In the Ocala WAS BORN HERE !

POTATO SALAD during this race
11I REGULAR OR SOFT J2 County with the aid of the local Forest It was
a/arYNla eIrl lYaMNrWNMYfNY I.N.1YNM111NN'2 YY l people In paying for some of the that her horse became exhaustedand
JM4 {'/ text. Mr, Kenyon had to withdraw
"We of Nanu County will eventually From that day she decided to
her mounts to be winner
move Into the program;
""" M.rtA.sl. r alrrexaNt "thl will be In the endurance ride
laid Houston Sapp *
In choosing the right kind of
necessary Just to keep up; for
erx !
let [*TNAea.Melaael. Ml MTNA I when our students enter 1

.:MERCNAMT$ GREEN STAMPS ,MERCHANTS( CIIIN STAMPS tion with student eompetl'l Forest Fires Still .-
gals ssu.a50MOoN asalwlsa.aarwa.Y school systems, such a* .
I RIOINA Die oR's f! A COA.2SP1. ROLL I irnhlpi or even college admission I Florida !
'GARLIC VINEGAR arJ ALUMINUM FOIL those who haven been exposed Menace etA
to the nw system will be lost"
euno"rolon..n. INrIYNINewNewa i
2 JM4 I "In thin county, the change will Timber Harvesting
take place as expedlttously a* poi-
-- Y slide without undue hardship to I The Harvest value of timber I

MatIYMr teacher and pupils," Sapp added harvested from rlorldai forest!
:i e earN,
I Along with new extension cour.I will soon reach one billion dollars

{raAAla a I for teachers and new texts yearly, IfForts I
_. exTeA ea... for students Nassau County will fires can be reduced w.
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS have new way of thinking about State Forester C. H. Coulter re... \
WW lf* COWfOK*** Of
y y that more than
wT" V wooncwmoosu.aa.r mathematics totel/ used to. 'A cently reported
i ) IADY FAIR Idol I for the future the change In 7000 forest fire burned 88001,
Bible lii
I'' Story Library I SPANISH| BAR CAKE ninth are In tine with updating/ In acres' of Florida forest land durIng .

r11.1wN IM 1rNM NM ,1 f uN/lr y1.,11WYfIN ,. the ntlur fit'Ids; this I la nut an lw, 13! :! One.third of those fires
22 "g4--- "I"2 MM1 toted ihmmc1. but a total curricular wire started by arsonists Care
Innovation." Supn concluded less smokers, careless trash burn.
and careless accounted -
-- ers. campers
for most of the remainder.

I It 1 II well known that Incendlar + 4r' tsr
lets who burn forests can be' arrested
FULL SUPER I and charged with felony:,

On conviction! sentence may In.
30 INCH I elude fine and prison Not 10 well
I known I I. the fact that carciesi
: AUTOMATICGENERAL setting of forest fire Is also pun.
SIZE Ishablo under Florida law

I Malicious burning of land I I. de. .

ELECTRICRANGE fined a* 'burning with the Intent a. v'ye.e.A.
to damage! or destroy property of
I another because of spite, malice
lor hope of material /gain'.
: I Florida law provides a mute
mum penalty of five yean in the
stale prison for "willful and mall

I clous wnodsburning .,
Automatic electric I I In addition to possible fine and

even I Imprisonment for starting a for.

y 1'1.,1, cook top cst fire the person responsiblemay THE SOUTH'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMP Most automotive engineers will laboratories the
be liable for the cost of put. track Is one of their most valued .
f) Puthbutton control. I ting out the fire ai well as civil For track competition has led directly
? + r+ lit 23 inch master da manes to the following Ford engine changes: better block
who burn anolher'sI
ores I Anyone Improved pistons, Improved valve train, stronger .
Removable" even door I land. allows a fire to escape Iron declared ) ECONOMY RUNS! MANY HELD RIGHT HEREIN connecting rods and bolts I
his own land, burn during a \
i emergency, or fall: to observe Such Improvements contribute not only to Ford s >
I legal procedure for burnIng THE SOUTHLAND'!' READ HOW RACINGHELPS winning. track' record, but also to the lalal! CSLtormanee

land may be subject to the so important In your everyday driving, *

I following penalties: for a willfulor GIVE BIRTH TO BETTER FORDS. Come see how it feels to test.drive a Ipjaj! per
violation la
fine up to (t..000 or Imprison
J I # $16900 meat up to three year. or both

for a careless violation (misdemeaner TEST-DRIYE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S
III'allYha'nNlll'... ) a fine up to $200 or three .
months' imprisonment. or "both

Anyone who throws or drop a
'i "1111'1\is IIJllilll;*,|jttslltvggclats"Ct'ncral'1tttt'iC; ; ) cigarette! or other substance which I

ran 1'811'a fire or leaves a campfire LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANYSouth
burning may also be subjectto :
prosecution. Anyone who has In

Points And Hardware his posmwlun an Incendiary device
Five Grocery may also be prosecuted I 8th Street Since 1910 Phone 2613812f

Ask your County Ranger for I
= ; Your General Electric Dealer Phone 261.5205 copy of the fw booklet, Florida*
iForcit Fire Lw," I I

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