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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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/ 70 Entries Already In Asks Florida Water For Public IncreaseIn RatesIn Utilities Rauschert Named CC-UF President t I




At the annual meeting of tho

For Golden Crown Prix in advertisement in Page Nassau County Community Chest.
Ol:7 12 of this Issue* the Klorldu
t'niled Fund Md Thursday! night
Public lllltifs ( ". nerve natterthat
In the nnlerence ruins' nf Con.
I they err asking (for an In.
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/ BY JOHN TESTER: errant In water rates. t lalner Corpnrullon, of America
The battle lines are fniming fur 141)1111' lIallh'hrrtlas namedas
1 ('hurl* In (tie advertisement ,
preslilent [dir tho
the various clauses of pri'dudion current year
It., to the point up the riiinpany'i rrunnni4 t :.Named to K'n'rllIh lUuscliert
very gratifying tee and modified sports ears expectedto
F Fv
7' far requesting the Increase The
young men who are rapidly becom run here on March 7 and 8. as campaign: chairman was Bub
Increase III raise the
ing Integral parts or the major In. Two Ford Crbras top the list I In present ('I'IIIkOllll'r
minimum rate from $1.71 to
dustrlei of this county and to witness the heavy A class and are expectedto eilfirrrs named are Ira

their slops up the ladder with pour their dust Into the fuees 01'Ihe 1250.i ____ Hall 1st Vice Piesielent I Dean,
their respective companies. It'i Corvette Stlngra.vi inul For.raris. n a 1IIIIIIkl'n I'111' 2nd Vice Picxl.len!;;

just an gratifying to sec! them be. I Kinser Is Named M 1 v' KZvkJ' I D. H. Hueliaii.in. .Secretary and

come Integral. parts of the life and Rib Tiiilev' | Irensuter' iNiinii'd
Frank Nozlla :
an cxpi'eienreddrher :
; : :; : :
M+e luivilors
progress of this area and I con of Miami will pit his C bra I is to serve"

gralulate them on the leadership )| aiiainst \Don Russell H nmkc. : Merchants' Group iltiec vent terms ate U. L. llaim.cheil .

u they assume In many realms Lat. I' / .,. .. ; IW Russell Is the son ol Smith Caro limb tenth Hev N It.
est to assume a major role II the --..: ", lines M\er IVH" Maxell. Bob Gray,
personable Bob Cenek. controller i? governor Prexy For 1964 Russell: .10hll'In. I'lKcllla t'orbett,

with Container Corporation of Am. I I George Robinson. of Lccut.1 Wilton Stokes iinel Dean Blanken.ship .

erica's loral division Bob hat accepted .t. ."' Grove Georgia U a known' iighlerand Lewis "Uuelelv'" KinsiT. manager. lleiberl ('1111I11'11I aM named

I the pout of drive chairman ; ... ... (,(. : will drive a Stingray Don Fong IIf Firestone Heaeh SU'IlyI! 88 In fill the nmxplic'd It'rll1If the
.. .. .. Is expected to pilot his Ferraii
for the 1964 campaign of the Nai. | .... Q ti aART Berglnxetta. named IhlI 'k an president of reeenllv' cli'censed" J. w Iliers.J .
sail County Community Chenl-United /v the Merchants .\ssx'latlcm fur 1W4! l'mUl! (!. ITY ( ': .UNITEI: ) FUND I officer for I'Mil.! \V (Diuglierlv), servcel, as ch-ilr.

Fund. This post offers a challensc \ . The a C classic production battle l'laMI11I between Frank feature '" minted III( last' vveek'H nnnti.il meeting, pre, left 10(( right/\ \ man of the* niliulitw; Committee,

\ to allI ho accept It but It .. .. 1 rented In Hull. I 1st Vice President II I. which' pi CM'nl eel the proposed
'2 llilsen Snn Juun racing team) In : ; ; It.niMhrit.I'res'denls .
also can be highly gratifying once I f<:i A..,. .J.- a Lola and Bob )Dimsenlierrv In un : Dean Itlnnkenship, 2nd Vice President! Stnnding. klale cif c'II lI'I'n11111/ directors
the goal li reached and the feelingof Mrs JiiiMlhuii/ Hill, wliei nerves
': ..
having helped the agencies In t\\ '.. Elva Murk 6. Jerry Miller of; Jacksonville t;. 7 left to right Hob Cenek. Drive Chairman, tend, Bob! > us exeenlixe" .sectc'tary for the or-

I' will run Sterling Moss' Se Tnrple, Treasurer I II. II. Buchanan, SI'I'rt'lnrIllS
need la attained. Best wishes I Bob, 1IIIIII/IIIIIIn,, read Hie minutes nf the
for a successful campaign and to bring! Sprite In this tlass. Moss 11"1 hie In h. present hen picture! wan! miide.UECKIV1NG 1 luevlniiH, mieling and a repoit un
drove this cur In the I 3)0.mler() al
B L. Rauschert, new presidentfor i f" ; the tccTiu fiiiul, delve Her) report
iN
capable leadership Scbrlng two years ago/ sin we'd hint $16i.i2.41111: laised
Jetf Stevens' Hal Williams and
T5r I HUTTING ER. of Jacksonville, is expected I to I be an Ted Tidwell will square off In the ", '. I In the ciunpulgn and that only $195

Only In the United States the I I other I of the familiar faces of 1 1I sports car drivers that will D production line. The experienced 1: / T in 1It'dll'lI/ II unpaidTiTtiMiicr ,

Beatles Casslus Clay and the Ro-l be back for I this year's Golden I I II II Crown Prix.City (Continued on page two) Hub Tarpley gave a
llnanelal ,111'111"111lhlch
showedIhul
man Holiday of the legal beagles| -- -
and the peerless prcsi In the Dal. $17.1lkll7111M; I expanded In1'lli.l
\! :' lei the vieiious bc'tii'fittinijiKcmles

las They'll dooiy.probably vote foreign aid1 J' Defers Action -- ( mill fur openillnn oxi>en.clllures .

for Sonny Listen If they hold up hili i $2,518ill,(1 He-exIMs.noted, Hut a balance of

purse of the Tuesday night fight
I J. K: iCcnci: / Weatheifeird, a
fiasco. Few would question that he
was somewhere out of this world Named to 81'11''lIh Kinser arc former 1 president eif the CC-LF,

when he should have been holding On Beach Improvement Rudy York vice pirklilenl and made1 a number .nf presentiitlons

up the "proud" tradition of former Lloyd Weilters. lic-ftsurer.. Ray Key for cinlslHiiiling service, fie cited

ring champions. What has happened I wait nanwdII a now director. the wink of President John Wil.
to the Jack Dempsey the Joe No action was taken last night 700 of surplus revenue certificate additional Improvements at the Mrs. Hull liinun, Chamber of luims and Drive Chairman Ira

Louis and the Rocky Marclano type I by the City Commission on the recommendation | monies for Improvement of Ihl'l golf course were discussed at Commerce secretary, also HCIVCSContinued Hull dining the .past. year and prcHeiilc'd .

fighter who came to fight and gave of the City Planning i beach recreation area length with a final proposal by ( tin !pane two) pl.iiics| to each.

the fans a run for their money. At I and Advisory Board to spend $19. Both the beach Improvement and Commissioner L. L. Bohannon that -- -- e itunlliiiii'd. on page/ thaws

that he may be considered by tome 1---- -- --'- I the dilfercnl type propoxals go I --

as the smartest of the lot when he I : Stevens To Seek'Commission j J buck to the Advisory group. High School Senior State
In estimated (2 million Matthews Will Bohannon asked also that a moot.ing Legislators
can pull an
just by resting on his ring stool\ Seat be set up as soon as possible I Winner of State : KKCnCNITION; for their outstundinK contrilmlioriH -

But he'll probably never be asked Seek ReelectionAs I II between the Commission and the to the IWi.'l: Community Chest.l'nited! Fund I tour Local Plant

now to endorse Wheatles. 1 James S. (Jimmy) Stevens, Yu. Planning and Advisory Board after campaign, at List week's annual meeting were John Williams I.

lee businessman Announced this I that group has had lime to further Award For Report for his.. work UK president ; Ira Hall, as drive chairman .

FBIIS continues to receive favor CongressmanCongressman week that he will qualify on Tues. study the proposals ; It. Is:, I'hinney, as General; :Manager' of Container Of Container Corp.
day, March 3 for The Is Richard Fcrnamlmu Beach
a county political money available some Siipp
able recognition from effort of Corporation who accepted a plaque on behalf of the I per
post. $20,000 surplus of the revenue cer High Siliiiiil III'nlnrI ho was recently
students on both a itate and national D. R (Billy) Mat. I wmnel for I the largest' contribution tit the drive and Pan) A" group of Florida legislators
liricata Issue to finance the marine appointed\ > the V S. Air
level. Comet now Richard thaws announced thl.I \tk! from tlon Stevens to the says Didtrlct he will 3 seat seek on. elee.the welcome Italian city marina, Improved Force Aeademv bv DauRhertv, as Division Manager of. 1"lorldll.l'uhlic: tUlb l member\ ,of( tlif IIlIu e 1I'lcet commllli .

: his Washington olfice "he'will! County CommissIon Is the \'! lighting at Ball Paik U.' R. i fBlllyl i lien. Co.. for ( he J 100 percent participation of the local ) on watrtl' resoutccs, toured l
I This the mill
be a candlddt* for re-electUn to seat presently held by H. S. (Herb) Improvement at the ,lark course and nComnUtteeeonEmpymentsoethe ,' this week I thJit he cunllrl'l.man/I / personnel of that company.__:...- __ oration local of America of Container yesterday Corp.as a
McKendree. Improvements at t the recreation r of another
Handicapped. I understand also part of a study on water pollution.
that Richard has successfully pissed Stevens tayi he will make an of. area, 7 I tV 9 The commute earlier met la
Mi physical examination for flclal aitiouncement arter' he hai $80.000 was ipent at (the golf I4V1 Jaycees School Board Jacksonville with State Board of

entry to the U. S. Air Force Academy qualified with the Clcik of the Clr. course for an Irrigation system and t I Health authorities and with representatives .
of lot Since
the
paving parking up
cult
Court. of detergent and chemical
to which he was recently I II
to $100.000I'al proposed for golf lI
appointed by Congressman "BilIy"MatthewI Induou le.. Purpose of the
Congrats again Richard. I ('some fell 'Discuss meeting Is to gather data toe future
that should be used to
the surplus
Hospital Trustees Proposed ChangeThe
-A I enlarge and modernise the locket" While legislation In Fernandina In this field.Beach they
of the I
Regardless the passage
facilities al
room and rest room
WC'I(! hosted by Nassau Rep Claude
billion tax cut by the I Award Service
proposed $11 the course. .niindinn Hew' 'h Junior John Teuler president' of the luial' \Vinuale\ ulso a member of theselect
stillhave
federal government you'll I When plans were submitted tc Chamber of ('onnuu'i, cc and the .Juveers, acted C us spukesnuin [for euminittee.Olber .
to work approximately 2 Ti I Contracts For YearThe ''the Commission at the Feb 12 GI West Nassau Junior Chamber, met I the' two Junior I ; :, Chmnheri\ :::: and: (;IIretled :- legislators on the tour

hours and 26 minutes of every B- I i I meeting Commissioner Ben Soren- I II Monday night) with the Nassau a iiienl number, nf question line' were Hep, Allison R. Strlck.

hour day just to meet your federal I (Continued on page six) County Bnaid of Public liiHlruillim at Bound i Members" trunk Wulleri.ehiih laud of Citrus County, chairman of
state and local tax bills In 1964. Board of Trustees of Hum I to discus their Hint this '
I proposal man, Waller Murray, J. W the I'limmUtce, Jack Hanson of
<:r I I phreys Memorial Hospital meeting Beard Cites DangerOf couniv have an appointed, M'huillMu'r'ntt'nlh'nl Illgglnbiithum Hubert VunZiiit, Sniusola County, Tom Green and
Harbingers! if spring are the desire In regular session last Thursday, and nun-paid board Charles, Jones mid Supt. Julia Wels- '
I : Mm i y WI' lbl'rI'Y of Duval County,
of many to clean up around [ awarded conlracti to the following Putting Shells Or : members, .
:, ncr Flunk HUSH of llarclc'C County, Jim
li
their homes or acreage. This I concerns for services for the coming '
Bullets In Garbage All were asked Individually Russell of PlnclluN County, and
burning Ill
fine but don't fuiget that / year: L.P. gas was awarded to I i
they were for appointed" miiieilnllendent Ralph Carter of Washington Cnun
rulbMi leaves or what have Suburban Shore Gas -
of Company; :No Josh
Director of Public Winks Jim Crews 78 I rather than 1,1"I'It,1.JIIOt" : IY.
you Is dangerous end by law must 2 fuel oil was awarded, to Standjid: [ ,
\' Beard Is asking that surplus or unwanted I laid they' preferred the the
be supervised. Notify proper Oil Company, the bid for
service Congress from the 8th District of I laundry ammunition be kept from Richard has been chosen a* the suttee\ they were unfamiliar[ will) Slide Seiulor Hurry Stratton ol
Buried
forest
the
I It'rvlcelIRS '
city otflclals or I awarded to the! Hue. | SaturdayIn
of this nature. Florida and will seek the nomination garbage or trash picked up by city' winner of an award for the best appointed type but It waMtun'I'd''iCullulian.
if you have plans cancer Laundry; the milk bidI asI I
In the Democratic Pri trucks report In Florida In the "ability by Ih: li'111,111 Walters Hint their

The lurk ot*the Irish
catch I making his announcement, Matthew bullets pose a danger, not only ally by the President's Committee 'iConliniied' on page Ihiei"
a woman I lent to be the AuxilIary
have helped many presented by
slated when In the I Luncheon Set For
i : they are compressed and In Florida by the Governor's
her man Leap year proposal of Humphreys Memorial Hospital Funeral fur Jiiidi (Ciews 78, was
of the Bib
citizens
"In asking trash but when
privileges for women originated In I District of Florida to return me I was awarded to Air Product exposed packers to Incineration at they the city are (Continued on Page Five) held Saturday at 3.30 pin tit the Police Chief Warns Tuesday, March 3

Ireland as an official tradition In to Congress, I mindful of and land Chemicals, Inc, I Church of God with Key, Marvin ,
am I dump. Against
Discharging '
the fifth century when legislation I grateful for the high honor they In other business the Board approved He said that city personnel when Tax Assessor Johnson, pastor, officiating, He was I The !lint Oil" luncheon, an an>
Introduced by St. Patrick was assisted Rev of Of Firearms In mull affair sixmnored by the Hum
by Robert
have thisprivilege I a policy regarding advance Hullng City I
paid me by giving me notified, will be glad to pick up
to Eddie McKendreeTo I lhrl'YI1'mllrIMI: Hospital Auxiliary .
tradition spread
passed The for eleven payment for out-patient services i Folkston, Ga. Interment followed
over such ammunition of It
l I and dispose
yearn
other European countries which In Bisque( Be Ho Cemetery Police Chief J, It Parker said! IN set lu lake place) March 3,
(Continued on page two) '1 (Continued on page two) In a safe manner. Address P-TA the
also gave it legal sanction In ---- Mr Crews died Friday at his thin week that (there have been' Instances i' Tuesday at recreation center'beginning
the thirteenth century France and I -I Tax Assessor Eddie McKendree recently fiieurms of tit 12 noun

Scotland made the observance of will be the guest speaker at the I home. the .22 rllle type/ were discharged I The nursery will be open for the

leap year a law It allegalizcd Advance Planning Begins For Golf Tourney March 5th meeting of the Fcrnun. lie li survived by his widow In the city clump area. I ('hihlre'n11th a charge of I 25 per

the tradition in the 15th century data Beach Junior High-Klctnentary Mrs, :Matilda Crews: two sons Parker null! that the h>Millng head'

shortly before Columbus sailed for School Puellt.T'achl'rl ASHW'(Ullon Lonnle Crews ul Folkston and Del. bur resulted In clamuuc: ti'> lily Mm. Heii Dickens ticket chair

America In England leap year Advance planning for the third! to bo held Thursday evening In the mils, Crews, rirnandui Heath; property' In that hole have been( in,in. aid Mint all 2110 tickets \have

had become part of common law annual Fcrrnanclina lieuih 5jIMHI) junior high euletorlum eight daughters, him Leweliu Dub-! made, In ml drums holding refuse been Mild mid that a full attend'

by 1600 when legal books defined Invilalionul Golf Tournament be. According to chairman belly, Mri. Ona Stillklund, Mrs oil fur binning certain !1)0'; ol slit i. it expected.

It as the privilege "ye ladles have Ran last Friday nluht with a mcctIng John Gregory, program the! tax assesses'I'I Ktttelle: Mixon Mrs Juunila Ityals' trash He- added Hint a h"IIh" Alter luncheon, a parado ot the

of making love to ye men which of the various committee I will "bring everybody' up-to-date and Mrs Gladys Scott all of Fcr. was sustained when u hl"'kll-, nc'wcnl hpilnK (fashions. sponsored

they doc' cither by wordes or chairmen' at the home of Itudy on the tax rcc-vuluatlon I miiidini Beach, Mr, Clara blrlck. plug niulcrlul. wan leased! multi by Mrs I'licliiiu KIIUX will be pre.
program/
Inches as to them seemeth pro as' Took, general chairman. and Its .: ," 1 1I land Kmgsland, Oa. Mrs. Julian Its container stilled !I'll/en are donated by the
progress |
per." Ht mist be admitted there'sa Ulfielal dales for the tournament I I I Lynn, Patterson, Gu..Ind. Mrs. The police chief[ ,polnleel, out that mcuhunis of Fcinandma Beach

bit more leeway today on what Is this year arc June 4 Ihriiui/h June Delmus Sickler, Tampa: a brother, It In Illegal to tll,I'hurlle llreurms and Jacksonville

and what Isn't proper than there 7. On June! 4 there will be an 18- Mrs J, C. lathrop'sMother Ben Crews, Ilickox. Ud : a sister, In the city and that ollemler/ will A hut of any choice will be given.

was In Merry Old England but the e hole pro-amateur tourney and on Buried In 1 1I :Mrs. Laura Walker, Jacksonville, be- prosecjted hen they are apprehended us a elixir price, donated( by the

basic Idea is still a unitcrsal Ian. ,i June 5.6.7 a 54-hole tournament. 43 grandchildren and 4tt great hospital auxiliary.
i Cottonwood Ala. {
grandchildren ---
guaget. The tourney has become a fav. ,
-fr unite with the leading and Pallbearers ere, Frank Dub I
Not everyone can be a Sterling amateurs in Florida and pros Georgia Mrs J. E. Chrlstmai. Sr.. moth. i ior bcrly, Eugene Johns, Virgil :Mixon. Final Polio Vaccine Series To Be
of( !Mrs J. C. Uthrop of this '
Moss or a Dan Gurney A and a crowded l field Is again ex. I Claude: Strickland, Jessie Minim, i
driver of a small foreign-make car s petted this year, city, died february 18 In Cuthbert, Milton Strickland and James Dulj-
at 4t' r' t Ga. at the home of another daughter Given Nassau Residents March 1 1The
was apprehended on a runway This year two new features have berly. ,
:Mrs 0. L. Lunsford. Funeral
the Los Angeles airport as he gunned been added In addition to $3,000 1 ,

his motor to keep up with a for pro prize money there will be was ,held AlaIn .last Thursday' at Cottonwood Fernandina Beach third and<1 final dose of polio There Is no charge for the vac.

jet airliner which was taking off. liOO for senior (150 and !over) pro. vaccine to be ailinlnlsterc-cl In thei clue, however, a .Kc donation will

Said he was on his way home from 1 fehsionuls l addition to :Mrs. Lalhrop and Weather i current muss liomuni/iitmn pro help In delray the cost.Iteslclcn's .

a party and mistook the runwayfor In addition', to the $12V) for amateur Mm l.iinsford. she Is survived bv gram will be given to residents nf orIII nges are askedto

a freeway. It\ could happen to I prizes there will be $2.10 In'' another daughter, Mrs. K, S Hit. V S Approvtd Wculhur Kt.itlnn Nassau Ceiunlv on Sunday', :March visit one of the clinics, anytime

anyone. sI merchandise for senior amateurs ham nl Uetumpka, Ala her him- Lewis..math Nikon. 7th Coopcrnllvc Al Lou street Observer ''I I from I until i p in between I and 5 p.m.? at Fcrnan-

d # "f These new features are expected I band J, K Christmas: Sr. lour Mast. Mln RainThiirsdiy. Type II Sabln! Oral vaeelnu will dma Ninth Elementary School,

I particularly like a small squib A aADVANCE to attract a number of the older' suns, Lr W. J, Christmas. :Monroe.La Feb 20 hO 35 (0 I I be- given to resident al all clemen. Peek, High Yulee Elementary

In a recent Issue of the weekly .I'LANMNf I ; for the 1961 l Fcrnandina Heitrh players who foot t they hove little Hiv Charles M. Christmas: Friday Frh 21 S'l 34 0 tary sehcxili throughout the county School Bryant Academy, Callahan
bulletin of :Memorial Methodist thanee lor prize money against the SvliHiiuili, Ala" Robert Earl: ', at Town ll.ill/ In Hilliaid./ and at Kleinenlary: School. Pine Forest
Invitational Jolt; Tournament began Friday night with a Saturday' Feb 22 S3 37 .13
Church "why do you read your younger golleT I 1' t'hrl.lmu. Ashfeird, Ala and Jo* Peek \HlKh !School Schiol, and Town Hall at Illlllard.
58
Feb 2J 34 0
meeting if the committeeSeated left Sunday.
( respective to
Bible all the time?" a school child York announced I his committee Chrmtmas, Jr., Cottonwood; and 14 Some13.0WI resident, received The program In being conducted
demanded of her aged granny, The right K.: N. KoberK Rudy Turk General; Chairman, and chairmen as follows: 'vrandchildien Including Mmi Laura :Monday Feb. 24 57 2tt' 0Tiie'sday Type I and Type III vaccine at the by the Nassau County Medical 80

old lady smiled Why, honey you Bob .\skln!!. Standing, loft to right, (i. II. Uaas! Jr.. Bob Asthma and Kay Caldwell) Lathrop !Miss Lottie Lalhrop, anti Wednesday Feb Feb 23 26 71 70 4 34* 46 0 first two clinics Each: one Is askedto cli'ly, Nassau= County' \Health Depl.,

might say I am cramming (for my and John Gregory Thin year's tourney, a Chamber of advertising. I Ihrla I \ Laihrop, all trf Ferodndmai participate, Sunday. to complete) and the* =Nassau County Chapter of

final examination" I Commerce project, will bi held on June 4, S, 6, 7, (Continued on page three) i I Beach






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( Two ICews-Leadcr, Fernandina Beach, Florida "Thursday ", February 27, 19G1EKNANDINA t I Unions Unite In CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS -


: BEACH NEWS-LEADER Stone Too Late To Classify COUNTY COMMISSION10: am. 2nd Wednesday after lat Mond.j
I Rep. George I I Efforts To Promote Chambers
-- : Commission
in ASH ITBEET PHONES SM< SU7 7.30: .m. Clt
2nd and 4th Wednesdays p )
A John K. Perry Newspaper I BY RUSSELL KAY Stores Corporation George had I CITY COMMISSION
Guest At i Commission Chambers
'
Ray Caldwell, Editor and M.....* Speaker Modern day educators may mere Ideas. than a dog has flcm Good GovernmentUnion Thursday 10 a.m. Hospital Dining
sneer at Horatio Algcr stories as i He derided that customers would HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd

'a4, Kiwanis MeetingBY unrealistic but they will find It respond to the right type of st-rv- local of this area have Room
NATIONAl. .DITOR/AI./ hard lo laugh off the modern day Ire and showmanship. His stores united In an effort to study local SCHOOL BOARD 1st Wednesday after 2nd Monday 1 9>>:30 ant

1 story of I Georgia boy who were as modern as tomorrow, He government and Issues at hand, Superintendent's Office
2t. (A.2:C6TI TOMMY: : HALL came to Florida wllh (4 In hit prcv.deel; everything for the shop.pcr's and to encourage all eligible, real- P.TA EXECUTIVE: BOARD lat Thursday 3.30: ( prn Jr.
: George Stone, Representative or
.
: I pocket and I sincere desire to comfort and c-nvenlence denis to( vole Joint meetings of the High CafftoriumPTA
Escambla County In the Florida "Strive and Succeed'. Marble, tile and stucco replaced
group were held twice In February, Jr. High CafetorlumC1WAMS
= MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. -
House, spoke to Kluanians en Mon.
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION the old drab wooden bul'dlngslandtraped .
(
| George W for WishhgtcniJenkins on the Hill and 23.h.
the Post OlClc.t'enl'Ddlna (I day night. Bub Ccnek, program spacious I CLUB Each Monday 8:45: p.m. Seaside Inn
ITuWliihed: every Thursday and entered at ( started es a SIS a week parking areas At the meeting on February 25, (
Beach, Florida. ai second class mail matUr. 'I chairman Intred,iced Honorable clerk In a Winter Haven chain with covered walks to protect Rep. Claude Wingale and T. T, HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3::HO pm. Hospital
Claude :Nassau :
-- Subscription Ratei: Wlnuate County store and a share rf the grots from the weather, soft music with l Hernandez, member tf the Board Dining Room
__ f4 I year 12.25 6 months '1.25 S Month Representative, who, In turn, pre Hard working, amhltlcn and an no blaring announcements soothed : of Trusted of Humphrey Memorial :'AYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Louni'LlOo.S
$451) i year out of county Rented the speaker uncanny ability to please and hold and pleased'! the housewife he!!
la his introductory remarks,, Hospital, were present to an. 7pm. Seaside Inn
customers enabled this young man she browsed about the well stoikcd :: CLUB Each Tuesday
iwer queries of (licj'tmion reprcscntatlvca
1 Wingale told of his pleasant asso. to Increase the store s weekly recelpm stored. ROT "V CLUB; Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Sensldt!
elation with the speaker In the 1963 rl'volllllonll.1
I Jenkins leadership
from $1.303 to 60CO lie INN:
session, and of the excellent work As an iniegrahjaartlbt the pro-
he haa done. was advanced to managership rl cd I the chain grocery business gram Individual unlnni have attended AMERICAN LEGION 1st and 3id. Mondays 8 p.m. at Legloi
the chain a largest alone! which1J'08IIpd Competition followed his lead.
I Stone Is I school teacher In Es. meetings of the city and Home
dinted his Id' but he
17003 a week. This we! ss, aluaji
county governing bodies. CITY FLANKING BOARD Srd Thursday City Commlnlon
la 1923 With money he had saved mnnaeed to stay out In front I
JUST DOING MV PAT. ARSE pro-tem In the House In the 1981aesslon he opened a modest store of his against the stiffest competition. Rayonler Local 395 has met with; I Chamber
I WANNA /MAKE SURE EVERVttVE lie told of how the leglsla- own Then he opened a second I Si remarkable his bm his sue.ens the Humphreys Memorial I Hospital WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club E\tg.\

NOTICES TWE BULLETIN lure functions through Its commit. store. His grow from the two that he commanded nat'onala'tentlon. !' board; Container Local 1924 with' BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nJ Friday

,, BARD;f tees; how desirable legislation cap stores was I phenomenal 1203.000. First trade Journals t then the City Commission; ; ContainerLocal : I Seaside InnMERCHANT'S
be and how undesirable I ITS with. the Commls.I
expedited, He then formed the Publlx Food national magazines begin to tell County ASSN. each Srd Thursday Noon Luncheon -
legislation can be thwarted through -- his story Last fall the Saturday lion; Container Local 2018 with the I
the manipulations available to the Evening Post carried a feature Nassau County School Board i Seaside Inn
speaker In delegating certain I legislation Yulee MethodistTo story about the amazing Publlx I, Box Plant Local 802 and Container I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon 12:15: -
to specific committee operation and! the current Issue of Local 415 were the contact'' Seaside Inn
Hold Revival
whose leanings he Is conversant the Readers Digest carried a condensation committees for arranging the meetIngs BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month

+w 1. with. March 1 Through 6 I from the article entitled In FebruaryReports GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Monday .
e aM.RWttt}. At the conclusion of his talk I "When a Woman Gees to Market"It are brought to the Joint each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center
""' Stone Invited questions from nil A revival will get underway rl meeting of the Locals where they
agars) Is an exciting and thrllllnq 'I
I MASON3:
MMnwaas.vatdl, NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH :: 2nd and
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llsteneri. He was queried on the Yulee Methodist Churrh beginning story of America marketing advancement are dlscus cd. The Ideas and proposa'i 4th Masonic Temple
recent suggestion appearing In the Sunday evening March 1, and con and gives Florida resulting are then carried to Thursdays 8pm. -
eaND.J I I union AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. & A M. 2nd snd 4th Tuesdays
press, concerning the possibilityof tinuing through: Mrch 6. George Jenkins full credit for his members through Individual I
certain West Florida counties union meetings. 8 p.m. Masonic Temple
The Rev, Larry 0 Steen of Wesconnctt leadership and courage In helping!
being annexed to the Slate of Alabama Methodist Church In Jaik.aonvtlle bring It about. All unions throughout the countyare IOBEIN LODGE No. 164 Kn'ghts of P/thlas bat and 3rJ Thurj.

I will bring the message. It reveals the Importance of research Invited and encouraged to have I days 8 p.m. Masonic Temple
I Such action Is not at all probable! each evening at 7:30 p.m. In the field of the shop. representatives present at the FERNANDINA! TEMPLE 7. PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and its
In the Immediate future, the speak The Rev. Ray Flnklea. pastor! ;}ppr'i psychology and the rewards meetings. Theme Interested are I Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple.
said out that such a asked to contact J. B, Parson,
pointing
; er extends a cordial Invitation to( the that await those who know how CHAPTER B1, ORDER EASTERN STAR lot and Srd Tuesdays<
chairman
proposal has been advoeated by public to attend The nursery will customers think and react and I Masonic Temple
-.:;;....... certain people for the past one I' be open for the convenience ol, provide the goods and services)
... further evidence SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Centel
bundled Citing
.-- I jean. parents of small children, '* they wont anticipating their needs Dist. 2 Secondary
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-... ... of the undesirablllty of such and providing them with a flourkh I Lounge
O A' .. I move he mentioned that Ala. : Road Budget Hearing HIBISCUS: GARDEN CLUB Sri Monday of month at o )p.m.
.
bama has a >}, sales tax and no I Matthews Will Jenkins set out to make ",hip. Set For March 4-5 ROSE'CIRCLE 1st :Monday ....................................................... 8 P.M

::...-- .... other homestead disadvantages.exemption law among (Continued from Page One) 'J >iint a pleasure" and adopted that FOUNDERS!: GARDEN CLUB 3rd Friday .. . .. .. .. .. 3 P.M.
augurs for his Publix stores. He ] Ralph Powers, State Road Board
Stone gave much credit to Win. If re-elected, I ahull strive In art ,tender traps for housewives member, announced that the tec. MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday ........................... 8 P.H

.. gate for his fine work as a freshman I every way possible to( continue the I dot, they could not resist Every ondary road budget hearing for I AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday ................................ 8 P.M.
--- -- -- legislator In the 1963 session. same standard of service that II conceivable Inducement was offer j District Two will be held March 4 2:.:0 LlghlhouKe CircleOTITCiT.A
Lewis C. "Buddy" Klnser. man.ager have. endeavored to give In the I and 5 at the
ed the district office In
shopper trading stamps Lake
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of Firestone Beach Supply, I past to the people of our District. i gimmicks, give-aways and hidden City -RiT 01 t'B lilt and 3id :Monday! 7:30 PM

was formally inducted Into mem. Stale and Nation treasure made a sort of game I!I The secondary road program financed I- AMERICAN: : LEGION: AUXILIARY: 54 4th Tuesday 8 p.m at
bershlp by Thomas G. Hall Klnser I ".Alone of the senior Membersof !I that the customers loved lo. play by the 5l h, 6th and 7th Legion ]Homo

has lived In Fernandina Beach the House Committee on Agil-' How well these Inducements I cents of the stale gasoline Ux is I SENIOR: CITIZENS 2nd and 4th: Thursdays, Rcc. Comer 7:30: P.M.
since 1959. coming here from. culture!, I feel that I am In a succeeded Is evidenced by the adopted after recommendations by HOME DEMONSTRATION[ CLUB 2nd Thursday
PRECIOUS THINGS Greenville Tennessee. particularly vital position to as. :! nloady Increase 1 In the number of I) the Individual boards of county __ _
Louis Ferreira rendered the piano del In maintaining abundant fond Public stores and the Increase In commissioners j I
accompaniment for club singing and I fiber for our people at a price gross sales In 1931 Publlx sales The hearing for Nassau County. I
The meeting/ was presided over by I fair to both consumer and pro. I grossed $18 million and each year I I one cf t the counties i In Dist I 2.
Vlce-Preaident Eddie McKendrec. duerr, Agriculture Is rI'Aponsb'e': ''they have skyrocketed until 1963'',I will be ldI6at 1:30: p.m, on Wedntcday I
In the absence of President Bill I for over 21 million Jobs In America they totalled over $200 million, March 4. Happy BirthdayFrom
Webb and Is a most effective weapon I with 99 stores In operation and 121
I Mike Plkula and Burgess Lcwel-! I In our war against communism more stores currently under conslructlon I
len were Key Club guests at the or In the planning stage.

...... meeting "My many years In Congress ;I More than 5200 employees proudly i
Judge J. E. ( Gene) WeatherfordDon't
have also given me a wide under wear the Publlx emblem.
I standing of the great and complex I For a fascinating story secure
NamedContinued
Kinser{ Is problems, domestic and International 1 copy of March Readers Digest CilJ Forget, Your Birth Month Is

I ( from Page One)1I facing our Nation I and learn how the American I
.. the merchants group In that capa 'I promise to represent all of our housewife has become the worlds Time To Renew Your Driver's License
Come1n' city. people to the very best of m> >hopping! queen with! merchants i;

...,w.. In announcing the new officers, abllMy In the solution of these utterly competing for her favor. I I
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retiring President R. B. Bailey ex. perplexing problems. -- -- -- --- --- -------
I pressed his appreciation fur the "Since there are so many urg-
Small Packagesrr"T fine cooperation he88 accorded rest matters coming up for the (
during his tenure of offlrcr and consideration of Congress I toe ,
pledged his continued support to that I should stay In Washlnglorai
rr"T Like Birih Certificates I the Association.Klnser much as possible In rrdcr U
In assuming his new give constant attention to tiem )
? Or Insurance Policies I post I, said Hint he considered It ail urge my friends lo assist me h>
"" Or Mortgage Papers honor to be asked to serve and presenting my qualification tc
of the our new citizens who may no'
Or Stocks and Bonds urged a continuation support
accorded B.illcv. He commended know me and may not be familial
-1 T Precious things can be kept SAn; from firo Balky for his efforts during the with my record In Congress" COMMERCIALPRINTING
: :and theft for only pennies a week in our Safe pUNt year Matthews announced he would

Deposit Vault Come in and rent your SAFE:: A report was rend on the IInon.I I' serve as his own campaign treat

DEPOSIT BOX today. at I clnl aspect) of the Christmas promotion urpr and the Citizens Bank ol '
Y Y Gainesville would be the depository
by the Association, show Inn(
j of his funds. H:chard Dick"
a savings In the putting u;? and
taking down of holiday decorations Williams of 404 !North Main Street,
I' Balky expressed his thanks to the Gainesville, will serve as deputy

city for their cooperation and efforts treasurer
i In this project
FLORIDA
National Bank A letter wan read from the elementary
I ; ; 70 Entries
w tr x !- ,........"..."......... school 1 expressing thank
a' 'emandlna .each I for furnishing, a Santa Claus fur a (Continued from Page Oncl)
I Christmas party and a Idler of CTSiiper
I Stevens will wheel a Porsche
I appreciation from Mrs Otto( Pliinitell .
a1. cruel!
:
Kit a
!'HI Stevens may !
._.I MUCH,y a.wr MHMMC| tsrou.w, for Iho merchants' cooperation at driving No/lla s Foul Cobra. i
with the World Day. of Pinver .
of the F production
The "big guns" I
'I The Merchants Association meets class will be George Cornell I
every fourth Tuesday at the Chamber and Andy Anderson In TR-3's and Is A Specialty With Us

_.- --.... __ .. .. u_ .' __ __ _, ___ _.. _.. ___ office In the Keystone Hold Bill Terrell In an MG\ The "dirk I
horse" In this class will be Bill

.. ... Buckman In a Sunbeam Alpine. 1
One entire race will feature the
small open-wheeled dngle-seat
I Formula "V" cars which usuall ;

M; 'fE-t I are main powered opponents by In\the'W engines"V" race The arc. I II I I ChecL your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business

'
I Bill Benckcr of Jacksonville Howard

Fowler and Jeff Flcvens of, Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing
Miami and Walt Il.inev of Orlando I you
Haney) Is a former teal l driver fur

TERRIFIC BUYS! ( y I Ford Motor Co.Hospital. may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call

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Hardwick and Roper Ranges V i ,I rendered(Continued to from emergency Trustees Paw One)pal i .If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start


PRICED TO SELL! tents I II
I The Board also from jipproved the :Medical a recommendillon 'I our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

EASY TERMS Accounts Invited \i: Staff regarding a provisional! status
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period of one lean for all new physicians fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.
applying for major surgical : -
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privileges at the hospital,
Attending the mi cling were Trim-
36" Hardwick I lees C. W Brandies, L. A. .'\1'. :
Range Our take
printers pride in their
reira, B. C Lewis and T T. Her- work and you are assured
board I ,
I nanclpz; Thomas J. Shave KG'/

.;I. Automatic Queen Size Oven Automatic Lighting attorney administrator.' ; and -Ben Clarke, -hospital I of a nest,. clean and accurate job.

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Three News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday February 27 1961!)


I Local Trailer Owners Form OrganizationGUEST FBHS Graduate Plays Important Role In WAC Band .



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Around 50 owners or prospective "When you look nul and uc the -

owners of Scotty Trailers attendeda warm smiles of sour audience

dinner and organIzational miet and realise thai tiny are enjoying ;

Ing Friday night at the Surf Restauranl Hie concert the hours sue'ill In

here, I rehearsals, und on perfecting your ,
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,
i Follow'Ing the dinner at 7:30: a persnnil mllltiiv nppturanto are
local chapter of the Seiro Scotty rewarded and you feel the pride

Owners Association, Inc.. was or. of belengmg. to the band, mated 'J ..

ganlzed and officers were Installedby I I Specialist Four Jcamttc C Beard, i

the president of the national a member of the Hlh Army Band .,. _. ,

organization, H, R Hilcmaii of !MeCrenn VAC'' here HI the U S. Women \1" (

Pa Army Corps Cintir.
( -
1\;,
Socialist Heard, dauLJiier of .
Also present for the dinner and 1
Mr. and :Mri James A. Heard of .
organizational meeting John
was 101)7) South Hi<<'Irlu'r, Fernanrilna .

t, &'rro, president of. the company Beach, } Id pla\. flute nnd piccolo '\1,. .
that make. the Scoltv Trailer
fur the iinh' lemiile military ,.
&'rro, ol train, Pa showed film. '
: band in the The 41.\\0.! ,, .
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,, and told of Scottyland U.S.A.. I country
At < a
,, man alllll'l'IIIIIIIIn Is populiily
In the ;
campsite Pennsylvania recreation
uJ--- .- :Mif known as the WAC Hind :
area for the exclusive use ,
Her musical buckgrounl Is I
of owners of Scotly trailers, Up- _
SPEAKERS at the .Friday night organizational leal of the women asslKiud to this
meeting of the local chapter of the Scrro was host at the dinner and unique pruip: Sin attindid, *'er.nandina .
Serro Owners
,
Scottj .
also provided a number of handsome .
Biaih Junior smlor
Association Inc., were John Serro left president of the High ; ..
,
door prizes for the local : School and was a member of the : fJ : .

company that builds the trailers, and H. R. Hileman national Seotty owners and Invilid guests, 'fcch,Mil, baud jar sex'in >'enis, The .1 ..J : ,..a. ."' .
president of the Association. illleman told ol how the nitiem. I aurtiM band Is will r / '", .' '''.:',i''
wide owners club intoned and "'-" .
was grounded In niusii idmatlim sntde'tits't'io'iss'e '" 'Ii ..
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.1/ / ... "'.,
01 Its aims and puipuses lie said I and like Specialist .1 ..,
that there was no for / ...
way a seottv I' Beird, has puilulpiitid In eugan 'olC \ .
Trailer owner to be a stranger to I iced band work since junior or sin :! ; . : ".
another owner since each trailer .. .
lor high sihuol da\' ; I" f.I f.
Is numbered and every owner has .. .
AllhuuUi Mun: inlv' plus a '" ,;.. .
a list of oilier owners and their 111 tic piano," explained the voiingHpeilalist '
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numbers I I. .1 ,.
:
l, both mv piienti: in ./,,
At the organizallemil meeting I cournKcd tlulr iliildun, to Irfke an .. ,'- ".
Tom Adkina was named as pusi Interest imd piiticlpiilc In music .l.' "". ,.
:
dint of the I Itll'al club Oilier offu durlll"I ( school" .a- 1 : l'0.

era are Roger! Vl'alll'kl'n'll'e pits. Spcciiliht Hi.nds brother, Jim. ; '

dent; Bill Cullurwuod, scciclai> : my18 a immhir of Hit high \' _" .,_. (

D">ug Decker secretary, and Ko se'lie>ol bind at Iho sum: linn she .. it7, :' {

bert Thornton Mrs Eli/.alieth hull 'was, and hl'r3.'I'ar\ old Klstir, '. '

wood and Stuart Uiivls, thuitorsAtlkins MarIa, Is presinllv I keeping/ the \. I'' "." ..;1' .- .-
I .
-t '
,
who is also tIne total family tradtion alive as a flute & .

dealer lor the btotty trailer, expicsscd and puiolo player with the same ) ( .
his apprulutlin at the I group =--
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large turnout loi the dinner and :"I _
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i The 21.'l'lir 1 old spirlillsl 1 intir ., ..
orgdiiliallonal meeting, n. '
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oil the seivkc In October 19Cil. -
The local tliu: lus set March 6 I .' ...
(During the lillir part if basic ,
.II.
for their Hi'HI h'l'ilI ill
camiimt o IrjiniiiB, hire al the WAC Train. ,.,
be held In Fort Cinch Stale I'aik log Bat alien, slu wan given an .. _
In addition to the first 'ralmel'tln. :/ I
gnu U :
audition with the WAC Band ; _

CHARTER OFFICERS of the newly former Serro Scotty era and., of martlimallows tile club roasted will be wcln-enjoyed Upon' gradual from basic, sIne ? .j': _, I _

Owners Association Inc., are, standing left to right., T. I'I'w.as assigned to the musical unit rM -f' v' o __

C.Ad kins, president; Roger \rancken Vice President; Also attendiig the dinner waa P In November 1W2! "Jay' as 4_ .
sIne Is nicknamed her friends "
by ,
Billy Catherwood, Secretary and Doug Decker Corresponding H Dominy of Ludowlzl, Ga., South at the company, had lur most : iv
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Secretary Seated, left to right Robert Thorn. era Distributor for Scrro i tin'tiling military experlinie It
ton Director Mrs. Elizabeth Fullwood, Treasurer, and
At that (lime the bund went on
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Stuart IaIs Director. I t, '-
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Advance Planning a Ihrei'. uk tour of tlurlda .

: where they pi a'I'd concerts for : SIM JEANETTK C. HEARD who plat: piccolo and flute for the only female military band In the country the flth

(Continued from Page One) |I Army stationed; Navy there ami during Air: force the. Cuban troops Army Band. \\'AC, thoroughly enjoys (the full rcg.m; of thin unique group, us evidenced by the above panoramaof I
I
I her activities.Jaycees .
I Crisis During the tour, they were
The Ladies Golf Association, food - -
and beverage, | called to Homestead Air Farce
For The HomemakerBy I Ed Mattson, rules pairings, and :I.Base, In Florida whin the :latt'President School I wllh such' Uoirils" the money available for this purpose Clay-Litron Fight

tee.off times, l t John I F Kennedy visit 1 VAcisner' mleleil. I thnl, if he Mere I ,
I Extra fund Raising Activity, I I'd time, Tiny wrrt the only Vacslo i an 11111'"illtive, Hiipi''rlnli'iieli, .'11 lieI ', At this point the general trend of Booked At Han

John GieMiry Bland his review of the troops (Continued fiom Page One) I could nave qual lying In' mill time the dlxiussliui moved' away fnm.. Sunday and MondayA

Mrs N Harrison I Prizes, Dan Dougherty llumi" for the band Is a mi drrn appointed superintendent I cost) of a c' it 1'iiic.n fur ele'diem I the qiihllm of paid board mi'm-

Mary Social Activity, dlvn Waas l'I'l'am-cullll'l'd thru'.story Walters said thatl'U h elected .every four Venn lle added how. burn and appointed aUpl'rlllh'nllelltl film on, the Cassius Clay.Sonny

Home Demonstration I Scoreboard Scorekccplng and P I brick building ut Hit WAC (:I'nll'r. officials it was possible to have anew I{ ever that he expected lo run In I and, drifted Intel a lengthy discus Ilntun>> flulit has he-en basked, for

Agent I A, system, Bob Askins, llcie, at tort MeClellmi, the une every four years but on this viurs' eleelun ami\ hi elected slums of the needs of the schools and showing at t Iho Ilan Theatre Sin,

Tickets, E, N, Reberls marching band leads WAC Train. the eilhir hand, he said, an ap. He said, however, that hi mill Hit client that should be model to day and Monday, according to C. KHe .

_..hUuu. York said that a program chair- res und permanent parly in pointed superintendent might full pl'l'll'I'rI'd i un e lee'led MUIII'r!n\o'III"'nt\ nee that suf fit'lint. moiilus tiuuld eh, ewncM
------ 1 man will be named before the next marihuuls> und weekly rtvliws Into the category of city managers, and that hi .Ml t that If a tliunge.' be provided to fulfill these aeeds.InctoducI The time, sthe'dule will be found
BY MARY HARRISON, It helps to build boner and teeth I general committee meeting InMarch and plays for many Post and ChemIcal where there I. often a great turn were made the volcrs would be glv. In the discussion was'
Home Demonstration Agent Without/ vitamin D, your body School parade., event. and over. Ing up some of their constitutional I I i the? low pay) of teacher In NaisaU In an Hun: Theatre elsewhere In
Recently we talked about nutrition cannot use this calcium, This military rights, this issue
ceremonies .harp
so usually I
and what Tbe tournament Is staged by the Tester gave some. of the Jajceo County and of the difficulty In at-
our minimum dally your milk la fortified with Fernandlna Beach Chamber of I unit Is well known for Its precis. thinking of an appointed lupcrlntendent In answer to othir questions, I II' trading cipible Iticlieri 1 '.. -
food requirement are. Now, let. vitamin D Calcium also helps and 1
Ion marching, playing excep-- Welsner told of legislative actlinneeded "
and
Commerce laid that it would belesa
look at of the four At the end of lh, discussion i
one groups, the blood to clot
and muscles and ,
I lional military appearance lo make change from elect
likely for an appointed official i
milk :: number of Jaycees: took advanlag
group nerve. to react normally Milki musicians '
The talented can
md lo appointed and of the qualifi I
to be coerced than who
Why is milk Important in our I i contains protein, which Is used to in wrecks at night, were also perform In concert or as a had one cations necessary, In a superintend I of a question and answer period Ic I
list* It contains calcium : build and repair all tissues clent In vitamin A, \ den-I' to depend on reelection by the I ask clarification of a number of TERMITES ?
phosphorus our body I dance band Their tours and concerts people cut whether elected or appilnlcd( i .
riboflavin, vitamin A, and Calcium also helps to build percent of these persons had a have taken them all over if ac'c'm'c'ctilalucuim( : I Is to bt nialntilntel: : I: ; i I the discussed questions \ '
protein Otter we hear milk re- blood and form antibodies to fight! finite vitamin A deficiency I the country since 195Amllnll\ I Wallers, at thin point, asked II I fin schools Twenty ono Jjycin and Intir '

fcrred to as the perfect food. Infectii. Ing World War II, special alien their memories Is an audience of II ey really thought that the prrsinl I I CNlel citizens ultetneleid tile mcetlm
lie kulel I tOot all mlioo! bUllnh In
There Is no one perfect food Milk ; Riboflavin (vitamin B2i Is foundin tlon was given to the pilots who :7)UOO( at St Petersburg, Fla in superintendent in this ,could be Influenced the slate! ate paid and Hut the III the county cuurliopm, which IM L4L'1
flew missions to be manner
Is very high In nutritional value, milk This night suic tutu: participation In the Fiesta 8 and tks&d until III
riboflavin at
helps your In vitamin A, Tender cited that an appelnled amount paid the Nassau Iliiiril! Is gun p m |
their diets high
but t It has no vitamin C, which were of live Hags a part of Florida'. ;
we need In our diet\ daily 1 I cells to use oxygen, helps skin, Vitamin A also helps keep skin Quadrlcentennial Celebration InlIt'u'J superintendent would only aniwer just above the stale average! tongue, and lips remain I the board Nassau board minibus. ricelve flVJ) I, I ,
healthy, mucus membrances healthy and to 10 rathcf! than the voters
First let's look at the calcium. In three i Prcsidcnllul
and morching tfvMI l l mM) .tMlntMt"2
; hmft
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---.- -- and helps keep your vision clear resistant to Infeetien Teenagerswho and tie possibility of a newly elected per month i He nileliel Hint lie [lav.
Inaugural paradesThe
Vitamin A Is found In milk, This have skin problems sure olten women train constantly lo nil 11'1111 every four ycuis would ored paid bard mcnihiis> nna DOZIER&GAYPAINTS $5000 GUARANTEEDAcdMf
vitamin protects against night given increased amounts of vitarnln oc eliminated emphasise! thdl tie coin,e'musat i li mu u ,

GIT Vertogreen AT i blindness A study was conductedIn I ) A, I maintain abilities I, 1 their 1 They outstanding l spend I at musl.tal leash I It was pointed out by WaIler put the members, und. .'r u HIM' a. Firiurt Tr.lta DMUO
Chicago on night! accidents It'' thai Iliero 8 1 I obligation not lIuuly ausci mmii',ml bjne u
Five Points Grocery & Hardware Milk I. an Important part of our three hums. per day In full concert are now only appeinled ,
was found that Involved I I 'rinlemli' In the C/ I n.paid me'minis .il..IlilY Kiveinminlul
persons diet each day, We may lat It in MI;K<< < nu Male i
bund rehearsal, as well as several MAHONEY"TERMINIX
---- -- -- body FOR EVERY NEED
foods or drink It, but be sure It Is hours of Individual practiceat: I count leu and Hint 0 other such pro-

there tend weekly classes in music peivnli have Ixin rejected In nlir Whin (lIme tiutliiii| .11., onipinsn, -e_
Children should have 3 to 4 civilian enduniHWeisnir, lion wan put tf) I the t b,iiird mini
Ihtury, taught by a professor CO.
DOWNTOWN GULF glasses C 18 oz ea 'I. teenagers, 4 Irom nearby Jacksonville was asked fur Ills fell' Iters, each maid lluv liivmi I \"alor \' 'Best For The South'Shiell's

or more, and adults, 2 or more. Stoic CilleKc, ; and partitlpalc in inn in the sulijtel" aunt) hi begun, IhU Kirvlte mill imh! IllIItlll| lid SERVICE SINCE 19-iO:
Sometimes find that it may bi (-1'kly Missions of drill with the stulimint "if I hail a his Mtllto'nll'nt..

hard to provIde all the milk In Ikhpilc the sometimes he'ilk' Buird such as I he present ine I Iw On tin i IIUI'| sin,n i In Tt'M h'r duct For FREE Inspection

Carl JonesSAYS our budget that we need special schedule, Specialist t Benrd ludiiled mid tint t n inel having mi a 11I11I 10. lucy lul Ih")111'1'1' lillillinu I Hull' Grocery

ly if we have scvcrul chilelien If cnlliuuiibnt for her more Hun. t 1\1 o live iiesiliem lie clliel, thai UN Hpoimlhllity to I IIII' ill/ins, ol I lie' Phone Jacksonville
there are three children and two years us a member of tin WAC lliuid Is vitally inkusteel in btt, I county, time MIIIIU" miwir wa>. 2t I 1\1'1\\1'1: ; : AVK.:

adults, you would need at least a I Band, I ten schools ra.hcr than pirtenul>> that this responsibility was thlelly I'lIONK) : 211( I.9(1:1:1! ( : : COLLECT EL 4-1768
gallon of milk a day Fresh whole things reasons for being on the Board but to see that the best possible cilu' j jcation .
many
IF WE FAIL TO milk may be used, or canned milk, I about; l'l'n: that I enjoy I that such was not always the cue I of children was> secured wllh I. .

which Is much cheaper, may be : ," khe explained, "I like trav. ,
WIPE YOUR WINDSHIELD used It Is often used In ecu king. cling, bung bUlloncd with girls

Then there Is the powdered dry (from all user the country, and the :
skim milk which Is not the same I opportunity to. advance my imikl NYLON TIRE SALE !

YOUR PURCHASE powdered milk of World War 11. cal education while serving as a .
The powdered milk costs about ,
member of the military ,..
i nc fourth the amount of fresh, Jay hesitated for I' moment. YOU DON'T NEED CASH AT W.A. TO GET YOUR CAR READY FOR : ,
milk. Skim milk has all the f IOlld mulled, "I like tin
FREE and thin inn !
valise of fresh milk corny) vilum: discipline! A TRIPI USE YOUR CONVENIENT WA &fdCIttqc:

A. This you Mould need lo ut -
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from butter eir IIleumal'ltl'rllle or
-, from yellow and green lialy vcge Rauschert Named 88 a .

tables For drinking skim milk may 6,70.15 9 ; :.' : :

,. I Coutin; led Trim Pan Om Black ,,,. 01'
b
chillid
anal (
be reconstructed ,
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c.
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II. E: Plllnnl'y renivid a pla'lUl'
Fresh Stock fore similar serving to fresh The skim taste milkI then Is\ very the [rum/ wodllicilerd for the aehevi. e Furs-riifigcj coniirucuoo Built lo 1ub. :./::, ::" :

ment of Cemtainer Corpe rail n ol .- WA.a rigid ,spctificxioni! 1 I 5t
I children prefer the taste of fresh America the top contributor to e1 ime.Itiictl and proven 7,rib tread
whole milk, mix one quart of reconstructed as life miles! t-.L.'", \V
deiifin more Blaca \
the fund I'hlnnty, general srtussagen : t Klve 50. :i
skim milkI Ith one 7. :
BULK SEEDand of Container, cm| hasi/cd that Kt place ihne worn. ,tirei now and Tub.es',
quart of fresh milk, Let It tell get he sac only receiving the pi iquc Q ..ve uCA:s low salt pr..el. 7,50.' Whit. :
cannot
cold, then nerve Tiny
I behalf of the Container -
the taste from fresh milk In on employ i ; : :: :
Corpus Christie, Texas, several its to whom the real credit was> Silent Sentry'9

thousand women and chlldicn due. -iIu' I ) For Greater Mil.... I Safety Sentry

were testl'dlth comparing/ the''' J. D. DdUghcrty aeciplid a plaque :,. U- ri Safe Low.Profile deufntProten I For Safe, Smo.th 114" .. .
behalf of the Horida 1'ub ,, n
FER TILIZERSGarden taste of half fresh and half skim Ic Ltililits on Co employees! lor their .:::;::irr.rs* i i 7.rib 'diction! I Road"(ripplnf/ twla,trtsej! :

milk with all Iresh milk and nine UK)()' ; participation in the drive 5- tt. a Low rOil, Why Pay More I Low,profile ufrrf shape! 5

were able to determine which cup Ketirmg President Williams exproMd ,Fi.z; :::. '!'e' C.70IS it.nk. hlle '''' ,Exirs mileage wish Poly -
contained which This is .one way to all Mho .-3:7ro;; "" ."., f.... ... riutullcn mirsclt tubbedASSOCIATE .
his gratitude
Supplies of helping with the milk bill unsuited in the 1163 campaign/ andebpiiifills :'::'::-41 :' $1 1 .98 I 6.10.11.... "lie .". ..
Do. not forget! other milk pro. ., ..slIt. ... I... f.... I.. .
Mrs, Hill fir her Invaluable
t If' J
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ducts There is buttermilk cottage assistance to him or :::.:: : $14.98 .
chkeese, chedder cheese, processed ..
the reins for 14Rausehi ,
In
accepting
cheese foods, etc These count
some toward your dUlly milk requiremcnts 'rt said that he would exert
Hardee Bros. every effort for a successful drive jSt1fl Dd

Perhaps the mist Important and that sub the ten/pi'ration he Onle Tlret-ChMH: Over. ,

food. nutrient In vitamin L, for the was lure he would receive, the /gait 31,000,000 Ti..l I
for this year could be attained
love you have for your family. STORE .
Atlantic Avenue Serve family chi-erfully, and
j let meals your he conducted in an at. | Trade At Home South 8th Street Phone 261-3233 Walter D. Smith, Ownerrage

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!Irene'! Two 'News-Leader Fernandina Beach' Florida! Thursday' February 27, 1961!> : Unions Unite In CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS -*


IFERNANDINA BEACH NEWS LEADER Too Late To ClassifyBY 19 2nd Wednesday after lit Monday
I Stone COUNTY COMMISSION am
Rep. George :Efforts To Promote
111 AiD STREET PHONES SISI 1687 I Commission; Chambers
and 4th Wednesdays 7:SO p.m. Citj
A John JI. Perry Newspaper RLSSCIL: KAY itorcs; Corporation George had I CITY COMMISSION 2nd

tay: Cld..U, Editor and ]M....<* I Guest Speaker At Modern day educators may mere Uleas than a dog has fleas Good GovernmentUnion I Communion! Chambers_ Thursday 10 am Hospital DmInif .
sneer at Horatio Alger stories III He decided that customers voildrrspend HOSPITAL TRUSTEES red

'Kiwanis MeetingBY unrealistic but they11I find It ) to the right type of st-rv locals of this area have Room
NATlONAt lOITORUt' I hard to laugh off the modern din, Ire and showmanship His stares united In on effort to study Kcal SCHOOL BOARD ht Wednesday after 2nd Monday 8:30 .m.Superintendent' .
story of a Georgia boy who were as modern as tomorrow Heprrvded government and Issues at hand Office
<
''A c8T13N: TOMMY: HALLGeorge cam to Florida with $9 In MiI everything for the shipper and to encourage all cllg ble resl. P-TA EXECUTIVE: BOARD last Thursday 3:30: p.m Jr
1At r Stone, Representative of I pocket and a sincere desire to 's comfort and convenience. I dents to \ole Joint meetings of tie: High Cafetorium
Escambla County In the Florida Strive and Succeed'. !Marble tile and stucco replaced group were held twice In February, Jr. High! Cafetorium!
=:. House P-TA MEETING 1st Thursday 8pm (
spoke to Klwanlans en Mon. -
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION
I George W. (for Washington"" the old drab wcoden bul'dlngt(' on the Ilth and 23: .hAt I
HFuUi'ned: every Thursday and entered at the Post Office I day night Bub Ccnek, program +) Jenkins started as a S13 a week landscaped spacious parking areas I I tile meeting on February 25, ,, t
fynunduni Beach Florida ss second class )mail mattc-r. chairman Introduced Honorable clerk In a Winter Haven chain with entered walks to prctce Rep Claude! Wlngate, and T. T. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 310::! pm. Hospital
-- Claude Win :Nassau
Subscription Rates: Role. County store and a share ft the gross firm the weather, soft music 'with" Hernandez, member cf tic Board Dining Room
_.._ |4 i year 12.25 8 months tl.25 8 Months Representative who, In turn, pre. Hard working, ambition, and an no blaring announcements soothed Recreation Center Lounge
of Trustees cf Humphries Memorial "AYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. -
sented the ,
$450: a out of speaker '
county
year bold and p'easod the housewife while
and
uncanny ability to please ,,
,
introductory Hospital went present to an. Seaside Inn
In his remarks, 7 7
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customers enabled this young man she browsed about the well stroked LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday p.m.
ewer queries of thcj union represen.tatives.
Wlngalc told or his ,
pleasant asso. to Increase the store's weekly receipts Mores I ROT nv CLIP Each WeJntsday Noon Luncheon SensIJt
elation with the speaker In the IMS
from $1.:303 to $6.0(0., Iln Jcnkin leadership revnliiflonlz INNAMEUICAN
session. and of the excellent work At an Integrafart'of'' the! pro.
I I he has done. was advanced to managership rl rd the c'lain grew-ry business gram Individual unions have attended LEGION1st and 3rd Mondays 8pm. at Leglu
C-mpetltlon followed his load ,
the chain largest store which
meetings of the city and Home
Stone Is a school teacher In Esjcambla
pdonted his ideas
week but he always
This
grossed f"00) a WM
i county governing bodies BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commluioa
I CITY PLANNING
Coun'y, and was speaker -
In 1928. With money he had savedhe managed to stay out In front
JUST DOING MV PART! SARGEI pro-Um In the House In the I9C1 opened a modest store of his against the stiffest competition Rayonler Lccal 395 has met with I Chambers
WANNA MAKE CURE EVEKVtfcE session He told of how the legislature own Then he opened a second I Si remarkable his been his sue. i'the Humphreys Memorial Hospital WOMAN'S CLUB lit Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg.
NOTICES THE BULLETIN functions through Its commit. the < that he commanded natonal board, Container Local 1924 with District 2nd
I store. Ills gross from two rr s I BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Nassaj 6pm Friday
BOARD tees, how desirable legislation can the City Commission, Container
stores was a phenomenal $203000 attention First t trade Journals then I Seaside InnMERCHANTS
be expedited, and how undesirable Local 178 wllh the County Commls.
He then formed the Publlx Food national magazines began to tell Noon Luncheon
I :legislation can 'be t thwarted throughthe -- his story Last fall the Saturday I lIon, Container Local 2018 with the ASSN. each 3rd Thursday -
manipulations available to the Evening Post carried a feature Nassau County School Board Seaside Inn
I speaker In delegating certain legislation Yulee MethodistTo story about the amazing Publlx : Box Plant Local 802 and Con. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE; 3d Monday Luncheon 12:15: -

w to specific committees Hold Revival operation and the current t Issue of tanner Local 415 were the contact Seaside Inn
whose leaning he Is conversant the Readers Digest carried a tondensnllnn committees for arranging the meet. BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m :2ml! Monday each month

with March 1 Through 6 from the article entitled I inns In February GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Monday .
At the conclusion of his talk "When a Woman Gees to Market' Reports arc brought to the joint I I each month 8 p.lII. TV Room at Recreation Center.
tau I Stone Invited questions from hit A revival will get underway ftYulee It Is an exciting and thrilling meeting of the Locals where they I I MASONS
ARCH 2nd
I ROYAL
r NASSAU CHAPT. NO. 49 and
sue listeners He was queried on the Methodist Church beginning story of America marketing ad I are discussed. The Ideas and pro 4th 8pm. Masonic Temple
recent suggestion appearing!! In the !Sunday evening March I, and continuing vnnerment and gives Florida posa'i resulting are then carried to Thursdays -
souosNwNep press concerning the possibilityof through Mrch 0. George Jenkins full credit for his union members trough. individual AMELIA LODGE NO. 41 F. A A M 1. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays

certain West Florida counties I I The Rev Larry O'Steen of Wes. I leadership and courage In helping union meetings 8 p.m Masonic Temples
being annexed to the State of Alabama I council Methodist Church In Jaksojivllle bring It about All\ unions throughout the county IOBEIN LODGE No 164 Kn'(this of Pythlui 1st and 3rd Thursdays .
will bring the message i* !It reveals the Importance of retcarch are Invited and encouraged to haverepresentatives I 8pm. Masonic Temple
Such action Is I not at all probable each evening at 7:30: p.m. ;, In the field of the shop present at the I FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAV: SISTERS -- 2nd and 4ta
In the Immediate future, the speak the rewards meetings Those!! Interested are Mast nic TCI iple.
The Rev Ray Flnklea pastor';1 pcrs psychology and Mondays of month at 8 p m. -
er said pointing out that such a asked to contact J. B. Parson,
extends a cordial Invitation to the that await those who know how chairman II CHAPTER 55, ORDER EASTERN STAR lot and 3rd Tuesdays -
proposal has been advocated by :, customers think and react and
public to attend! The nursery wl UI| Masonic Temple
certain people for the past one be open for the convenience of I provide the! goods and services ,
bundled jcars Citing further evi their needs Dist. 2 SPEBSQS EACH TUESDAY -8PM. Recreation CentelLoun&a
I parents of small children. ;H they want anticipating SecondaryRoad
r dente of the undeslrablllty of such I end providing them with a flourish I
a move, he mentioned that Ala. i ) Budget Hearing HIBISCtS GARDEN CLUB Srd Mondny of month at a pm.

barns has a Sr'r sales tax and no I Matthews Will v, t c Jenkins set out to make "sh'p.I I Set For March 4.5 I ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday .................................?...........?.....? 8 P.MFOUNDERS .
..... homestead exemption law, among that
.. and adopted
other disadvantages (Continued from Page One) ping a pleasure" GARDEN:J CLUB 3rd Friday . .. . .. 3PM.
tegnn for his PuWlx stores He Ralph Powers Stale Road Board
Slone gave much credit to Win. If re.elected. I IhalIII\ Ive In set ,tender traps far housewives I member announced that the sec MAGNOLIA GARDEN; CLUB 4th Tues
late for his fine work as a freshman I every way possible to continue the hat they could nit resist Every ondary road budget hearing for I AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tuesday ................................ 8 P.M
--- --- '-' legislator In the 1963 session same standard of service that I conceivable inducement MSI offer. I District Two will be held March 4 220:: Lighthouse Circle
Lewis C. "Buddy" Kinser, manager have endeavored to give In the ed the shopper, trading stamps and 5 at the district office In Lake
; and 3rd _............ .._.. '7:30 \
of Firestone Beach Supply, I past to the people of our DistrictState gimmicks. giveaways and hidden City I I STITCH; A BIT( CLUB lit Monday' ? ? : P.J\t

was formally Inducted Into memo and Nation I treasure made a sort of game The secondary road program, flnanccd AMERICAN\ : LEGION: AtXn.IARPl.st: 54 4th Tuesday 8 p m al
bcrshlp by Thomas G. Hall Kinser "As one of the senior Members II l that the customers loved 10 play, by the Sth. fitti and 7th I Legion Home
has lived In Fernandlna Beach of tile House Committee on Agriculture fff How well these Inducements: !, cents of the state gasoline tax. 1.1 SENIOR CITIZENS 2nd and 4Ci Thursdays, Rec. Center 730; PM
N.w.NRECIOUS since 18,79 coming her from I feel that I am In el I succeeded Is evidenced by the adopted after recommendations by HOME DEMONSTRATION I CUB 2nd Thursday
THINGS Greenville, Tennessee i particularly vital position to as. steady Increase In the number of I the Individual boards of county _
Louis Ferrelra rendered the piano list In maintaining!! abundant food Publlx stores and the Increase In commissioners I
accompaniment for club singing and fiber for our people at a price gross sales In 19)1 Public salesgrossed The hearing for Nassau County. I
The meeting was presided over by fair to both consumer and producer $18 million and each year I one cf the 16 counties In Dlst 2.
Vice.President Eddie McKendree << Agriculture Is rexpinsbe: they have skyrocketed until 1963'' will be held at I 1:30: pm. on Wed.
In the absence of President Bill for over 21 million Jobs In America they totalled over 1200 million ntsday. March 4.use. Happy BirthdayFrom
Webb I and Is a most effective weapon with 09 stores In operation and 121;
Mike I Plkula and\ Burgos Lewel- I In our war against communIsm more stores currently under con.
len were Key Hub guests i at the ruction or in the planning stage

.,. meeting "My many years In Congress More than 5290 employees proud. theWANT Judge J. E. ( Gene ) WeatherfordDon't
I have also given! me a wide understanding ly wear the Publlx emblem
Named of the great and com I For a fascinating story secure
.wN.y Kinser Is plrx problems domestic and internatlonal l copy of March Reader Digest I Forget, Your Birth Month Is
I facing our Nation. I and learn how the American
(Continued from Page One I I
.. {the merchants group In that capacity promise to represent all of our housewife has become the world'ilhopplnll |, Time To Renew Your Driver's License
Come 'In people to the very best of m> ; queen with!! merchants
....... In announcing the new officers, ability In the solution of these! I itte.rly competing for her favor_I
.. .. .
retiring President R. B. Bailey ex. : perplexing problems --- -- ------. --- -- ------
pressed his appreciation for the 'Since there are so many urgent .
Small Packages fine cooperation he was accorded I matters coming up for thr I : (
during his tenure of officer and consideration of Congress I fee ::1
pledged his continued support to that I should stay In Washington
"T Lie Birth Certificates the Association. as much as possible In order te
v Kinser, In assuming his new give constant attention to tiem I
: .. Or Insurance Policies! friends to asulst me b)
post said that he considered It an I urge my
Or Mortgage Papers honor to be asked to serve and presenting my qualifications tc
Or Stocks and Bonds urged a continual of the support our new citizens who may no
= = accorded Bailey lie commended know me and may not be familial
7 Precious things can be kept SAFE; from firs Bailey for his efforts during the with my record In Congress COMMERCIALPRINTING
:.:and theft for only pennies a week in our Safe post year. Matthews announced he would

-- Deposit Vault Come In and rent your SAFE A report as read on the financial serve as his own campaign trl'l'urer.
:EPOSIT BOX today. at aspect of the Christmas pro. and the Citizens Bank ol
Y b motion by the Association showing Gainesville would be the depository ; I
a savings In the putting in; and of his funds chard: "Dick"
taking down of holiday decorations Williams of 404 ,North Main Street
Bailey expressed his thanks to the Gainesville, will serve as deputy
city for their cooperation and efforts treasurer
FLORIDA In this project
National Bank A Idler was read from the etc.menlary ".
school expressing thanks 70 Entries
-il tl MtV M tM MM M Mtt*>iJf
; .t Fcmandlna Beach for furnishing a Santa Claus fur a (Continued from Page One)
-I! Christmas 1 party /and a letter of Stevens will wheel a Porsche CT
appreciation from Mrs Olio! Phan.
Super '10. Stevens may kit a I'rll'I I:
w.Nl> MOC4 MHOMf wlNwrywqN? dell for the merchants eoeperatlem Cobra
Nozlta Ford
at driving
with the World Div of I'liivcrThe .
The 'big guns' of the F' Pl'odul'
.. .. I I !Merchants Asseichllon meets. lion class will be George Cornelia Is A
every fourth Tuesday at the Chamber and Andy Anderson In TR.3s and Specialty With Us

_.h.._.. ... .__ _. ____. _.h .__ ._ ._ office In the Keystone Hotel Bill Terrell In an MG\ The dark
hone1 In thus: clans will be Bill
...... Buckman In a Sunbeam Alpine
One entire race will feature the
small open.wheeled single.scat
Formula "V" cars which usuallyare

'e'fEl.lJftTERRIFIC powered by VW engines! Tin. Chcel.) your supply of Letterheads Envelopes
Bcsiness
/ main opponents In the "V" race are ,
Bill Bencker of Jacksmvllle

ard Miami Fowler and Walt and llmiv Jeff of IIOW'I Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you

Hamy la a farmer \test driver

BUYS! ( Ford Motor CoHospital. I I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.



Hardwick and Roper Ranges l Trustees

(4, rendered Continued to from emergency Paw One pat If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start


PRICED TO SELL! lents The Board also approved a reeeimmendition our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our
: ((4 from the :Medical
EASY TERMS Accounts Invited Staff regarding a proviiienil status
s period ef one year for all new' phy. fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.
: slclans applying for major/ surgical l.
privileges! at the hemp lal.
Attending the nll'l'IlnjlI're Trus.
36" Hardwick ties C. W. Brunettes, L. A. rer-
Range Our printers take pride in their
work
reins B. C. Lewis and T. T. Hcrnaneiet and you are assured
: Thomas J. Shave board
.. Automatic Queen Size Oven Automatic Lighting administrator attorney, and Ben Clarke, hospital I of a neat. clean and accurate job.

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Three News-Leader, Fernandina BeacK, Florida Thursday, February 27, 19G.t



I Local Trailer Owners Form Organization FBHS Graduate Plays Important Role In WAC Band



I FORT MULELLAN. Ala. *

Around 50 owners or prospectiveowners "When you look out and see the ,
s
of Scotty Trailers attendeda warm smiles of your audience

dinner and irK.inizjitlcin.il meetIng and reall/e that they are enjoying

Friday night at the I Surf Restaurant the concert I the hours spent Ini Ie',

hereFollowing i I rehearsals and tm pi'i'feeling yourpersonll .". ,-

the dinner al 7:30: a military appearance are

local chapter of the Seiro Scotty I rewarded and you feel the prideof

Owners Association, Inc. was or. belonging to the band staled

ganized and olficers were Installed I I Specialist Four Jeanette C Beard k> ,
member of the Band
by the president of (lie national a 14th Army

1 organisation, H, R, HiUman of Me.! i WAC1' hl'rl'llI the U S, Women

I Grenn, Pa. I Army Corps Center,
\ Specialist Beard, daughter of
Also present for the dinner and ,
Mr. and :Mil James .V, Beard of
organizational meeting was John .
11087 South Fletcher. Feinandlna
Serro, president of the ..
company Beach, Flu. md .
"pliChile piccolo .
s that makes the Scotty Trader .
'tGUEST .
for the only Icmule military
r Serro of Irwln Pa.. showed film
band In the count rThe. 41.\\o.)!! Ff .
and told of Scottylaiul USA a'' .
.
man aggiegitlon Is pupularlyknown .. .
.
campsite In the Pennsylvania recreation f .
as the WAC Bam).
'
\ area for the exclusive use
i, .
Her musical utukgrounl In I tvp- i.i
of owners of Scotty trailersScrro ,
SPEAKERS at the (cal ol the women assigned to lint ) ,
Friday night organizational
was host at the dinner and nF .
attended lernandlna : !
I She
!
unique group
meeting of the local .
chapter of the Serro Scotty Owners
also provided a number of handsome Bead junior,Senior High f'il' .. ,
Association. Inc., were John Serro left of the : | & i .
president door prima for the local, School and was H member of the "
vE'4 .
company that builds the trailers and II. R. Hileman, national Scotty owners and Invited guests, school. band 'lor scorn jeius. The I I I '.J.. t1.!

president of the Association Hileman told of how the nationwide average! biiml-vonnin\ is wellgroundid ./ '

owners' club was turned and I In music education and > 'f':;

ol Its alms and purposes, lie said I rxperiemc und, like Speilalisl \ : ."

that there was no way for a Scoltv ] Beard has pmticipiittd In ol'lIall.Ill'd ; "i..1'

Trailer owner to be a stranger tut| band work since junior or senior 0" ;' ":
another owner since each + .. .
traders I high school divs "

Is numbered and every owner him Although '::1"11only plays a ') ... .i'f' \

a list of other owners and their | little piano," explained the young .1 C.'

numbers F specialist, both mv patent encouraged .
c.
,:
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At the organizational meeting; their diildien to lake an ) # .. -, t.:. 1 '' '
Tom Adkins was turned as Pl'l'sldl'nt Interest t and p.iituipale In music1 \ "

of the loyal club. Other office dining school" j : :.
.
ert are Roger Vraiukcn, vice pies. Specialist IIcal'd' brother Jim .
\
{ Ident; Bill Cutlurwooil, secretary my was a rmmixr of the )high '. : (

i sw raPv Doug Decker, secretary and lio- school blind at the nine: lime she "''II' ... I jFt .'. '{ .

bert Thornton, Mis EliHihelh full- was, and her II. \eiir old sister, I : .
wood and Smart Davis' diieclors. Marla, Is presently keeping Ilio "" "

Adkins, who is also the local family tradition alive as a flute I .'. .t. .

dealer lor the Scotty trader, ex.pl'essl'd and pueolo player with the same a ,.' "
his appriciutiun al tlu 1. .
group

large tuinout toi the dinner and I The 21->'ciir old 8pI'elall.1 inter .., t... 'i j -

1 orgiinuutional meeting, Il'd the service In Oi'tuber 19Iil. .. .--- :
The local club: has sot !March 8 r
During the latter put of basic .. ;
for their first campout, which will ,. ; ; JI
WAC TrainIng
training, lure at the : "I'If
be held In Kurt Clinch State 1'dik .1' 1- .
,
: Ballailr n, she was given an .. 'l t ,
In addition to the first general audition will) tlic WAC Band ;, :
meeting ol the club, roasted wcin- "II!" .. k'roi. (
CHARTER OFFICERS of the newly former Serro Scotty I'pon graduation from basic she t .
will be
and marshmallows
ers enJoyed -
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Owners Association Inc. i was assigned to I the musical unit, ,
left
are, standing, to right., T. I,
November 12! "Jay". as .
In
C.Adking, president; Roger Vrancken, Vice President; Also attending the dinner was P. friends .. .. ti
she Is nicknamed by her '
Billy Catherwood, Secretary and Doug Decker, Corresponding H, Dominy (of f Ludowlzl, Oa, South at the had her most ; : AT _.
company V
Secretary, Seated, left to right Robert Thorn ern Distributor for Serro( I i. hulling( mllilaiy experience I 1 a '

ton, Director, Mrs. Elizabeth Fullwood, Treasurer, and AI that time, the band went on k t" t

Stuart DaIs, Director. Advance Planning a Ihree-wcik lour ol Hoi'Ida .' +

where they played conceits fort! SIM JEANETTE C. BEARD, who play piccolo and flute fur the only female military hand In the country, the Nth

(Continued from Page One) Army stationed, Navy there and during Air Force the Cuban troops Army Band \\\C, thoroughly enjoys the full regimen of thin unique group, us evidenced, by I the above: panoramaof I I

her activities
I The Ladies Gulf Association, food Crisis, During the tour, they were _
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For The HomemakerBy and beverage, Base called in to Florida Homestead when Air the Force late with mull Boards"' the money available for this pur.l .
Listen
!
Ed Malison, rules, pairings, and School I Clay- Fight
tee otf times President John F. Kennedy visited Jaycees, I Welsiur iiitdul, I hat, If hI' wereair l pulse

I Extra- Fund Raising Activity, 1 time, They were the only Wacs appointive KIIIII'rlllll'11I1I'1I1 lieid At this point the general trend 01'' Booked At lion

John Gregory, to stand his review of the troops, I Continued from Page One) i could save iimililvlng lee u I lie I thediKiusslon moved away from and
Sunday MondayA
.
I Prizes, Dan Daugherty I Home" for the band Is a mod. jappiiinled i suixTlntendint cost of a campaign fur i'lei lion ', t the question of paid board members .
Mrs. Mary N. HarrisonHome ream-colon\ three-story every four yearn\ He added, how. ''
Social Activity, Glyn Wans, ern, ( Walters said that with elected and appointed superintendents film on the Cnislii Clay.Sonny
Scoreboard Scorekceplng and P.I I brick building ut the WAC tenterllcie olfitlals It wan possible to have anew evir Ihul hc ixpulcil, to run In ..nnd iliiiled Into a lengthy discus. Union fight him been booked for

Demonstration Agent I A. system, Bob Askins at rort Mr('tellnn, the one every four years bill on this years 1'lo''llIIUlncl bo iloilicl, elms ot the needs of the schools and showing ut Ilio Hun "llI'olre' Sunday .

L1:1 Tickets, E, N. Roberts I, marching band hauls WAC Tram- the other (hand, he said, an appointed lie said, lion ever, thiil) he Htillpioletrcd 'the elloit that should bo made to and Monday, aecoiding to C. K,
sea and permanent party inmarehouls superintendent might full an ileeted supiriiilendinl see that HUffldent\ monies should
. _____ __.__.___ York said that a program chairman Beach, pone''
.n. and weekly reviews and that hi' lelt that If a change |
will be named before the next I Into the category of city managers, be provided to fulfill these needs. The time Jehrdulc will be found
BY MARY HARRISON It helps to build boner and teeth general committee meeting In I I and plays lor many Post and Chemical where there U often a great turn were made Die voters would be glv. Included! In I the discussion star
In has Tnculr ud elsewhere In
Home Demonstration Agent Without vitamin D. your body March i. School parades events and over. Ing up some of their constitutional (ho low pay of teachers In Nassau an

Recently we talked about nutrition cannot use this calcium, so usually The tournament Is staged by the I ceremonies This sharp military Ttslcr gave some of the Jaycce rights/ County and of the difficulty in thus bane,
and what our minimum dally milk It fortified Is well known for Its precis. In answer to other
your with Fernandina Beach Chamber of unit thinking of an appointed supcrlit-, questions trading capable tegeberf. .t'j '.. -
food requirement ere Now, lets vitamin D. Calcium also helps Commerce, Ion marching, playing and excelllonal *- tendent and laid that It would be Welsner told of legislative action" At the end of the dlscuulnn

look at one of the four groups, the blood t to( clot, and muscles and I military appearance. less likely for an appointed olflclal I- needed to muke chunge from elect number of Jaycees took advantng

milk group nerves to react normally. Milk The talented musicians can : I ed lo appointed and of the qualifications I .
lo be coerced than whohad
one :: : : ; I of a question and answer period tiask '
Why la milk Important In our contains protein, which Is used to In wrecks at night, were deficient also perform In concert or as a to depend on reelection by the I 1 necessary In a superintendent t I I y
I clarification of a number of
list" It contains calcium, phosphorus -, build and repair all our body tissues / In vitamin A. Seventy-live! I dunce band Their tours and concerts people whether elected or appointed, i discussed TERMITES ?. :
the questions ,
riboflavin, vitamin A, and i ,, Calcium also helps to( build percent of these persons had a de. have taken them all over I I If Killlation! In lo be maintained. ''
finite vitamin A deficiency, Dur. Wallers, at this I point, asked II Twenty one Juyceca and Inter
protein Ofter we hear milk referred blood and form antibodies to fight the country since 1951. Among fin. si'hools. i I
11. ] alien- they really thought that the! prestnl altendod till
Ing World War special esled citizens mewling
of
infection Is audience In'the
the food. memories an
t to( as perfect their superintendent could be Inllucnccd lie said that all si'hool boiiiih '
There Is no one perfect fcod Milk I Riboflavin (vitamin B21> Is foundIn lion was given to the pilots who TO)(),,000 at St Petersburg, Fid, In In this slate are !paid and thai! the I In the county eouilronm which bet

Is very high In nutritional value milk This riboflavin helps your flew night missions high In to vitamin be suit A, 1955; participation in the Fiestaof 1 ester matinee died that an appointed amount paid the Nassau Uouid ll gun al 8 p m, urwt, tti&l until 2 JO
their diets were
but It has vitamin C whichwe Five Flags, a part of Florida'sQuadricentcunlal
no( I jusl above the stulc average" uTheNassau
I I I cells to use oxygen, helps skin, 1 also helps keep skinmucus Celebration In superintendent would only answer t
need In diet
our dally lnmZm board nieinbiis receive Hill:
the board rather than the voters | I
(
tongue and lips remain healthy, I ce healthy and to u)
First left look at the calcium. 19)9! ; and marchinK in three Pres. per month i Ho lidded, Hint) lu tar HiiM'i lifnl IHWH mini a|.niulN."
and the possibility of .u newly eh'ci.cd
.- --. and helps keep your vision clear resistant to Infection! TeenagersI identlal Inaugural parades
Vitamin A Is found In milk, This I who have skin problems are ollen constantly to ofilclul every four years would ol ed paid bow d 1III'lI\h'l's\ situ DOZIER&6AYPAINTS
I The women train emphasised tlidl the eiiiiiiinsalliu' $5000 GUARANTEE
vitamin protects against night of IM' eliminated I
Increased amounts
given
OIT Vertogreen AT i blindness A study was conducted I amin A maintain (their outstanding lTlu l. I II was pointed out by Walters !put the iiHiiilurs iniili,'r u inuu Aialiirt Falun Ttrmllt
leasthree
Vit.1 cal abilities They spend at I I lobligullon not u'"I1ly '''SIIIII'I, bj IMIIU o a
In Chicago on night accidents It I Milk is an Important part of Iliul there are now only B appoint
full
Five Points Grocery & Hardware hours per day In concert '
was found that persons Involved diet each day. We may eat It several 'd Mii,) 'rlntendi"ills In the Ntute's O/1 I II i Inun' -puul ineiiiliiis. ul nnv guvdii
band rehearsal, as well as
'III1I1IIl'SIud that !II other such piu-1 F 1'menial "",I.v. FOR EVERY NEED MAHONEYTERMINIX
--- - -- foods or drink It, but be sure II l lI ISI I hours of individual practice, attend I (

I! there I II I weekly lasses in music posuls/ have been rejected In reter- When' the question' ol, ('oiiiiiiisa| --

I have 3 to ndiims : lion was put, In the' board mini
Children should taught by a civilian pro. CO.
DOWNTOWN GULF glasses (8( oz eat I, teenagers, 41 fessor thiory from nearby Jacksonville i Weismr was asked for his ii' I.F) hers' each, siiil: thiv Invoiiil" |pay' 'Best For The South'Shiell's

I Inn un the subject" and he autos for this serviceand ladi iiniililliil
or more, and adults, 2 or more State College, and participate III -Ir-- SERVICE: : SINCE 19TO:
Sometimes we find t that It may he weekly sessions of drill wlih the statement if I had III l his NtalimintOn ,
liiuird! Uh as the prcsinl one I the 'iinisllnii dv finUr did
In
all the milk
hard to provide li'spile the sOllll'lIl11es hectic For FREE Inspection
Carl/ JonesSAYS our budget that we need. especially schedule\ Socialist 1 Bciird ludiulul would nail) ininil having an uppaini they lie! lli'V' weu" lullilllim" / HullreHpoimibility Grocery

if have several cliililiin,. /If live position liecited that tiny "ID Mir' ill/ins III I tin
we enthusiasm tar her' more than two Phone Jacksonville
there are three children and lwol I as a member of the WAC i Unuicl Is vitally Inleicsted in bitter county the Kineiul III1Sl'rI aH 211 ATI..NTIC: <<: AVK.THOME ;.

adults, you would I need at e I years Band, I,. schools raJicr than pirsonal/ ,, that this responsibility was chiefly ( 261.90:1:1| : : COLLECT EL 4.1768

gallon of milk l a day Fresh whole: things reasons for being on the board but I i to see that the best possible I'clll'l| .
There are so many
IF WE FAIL TO milk may be used or canned milk, : about f my assignment that I enjoy )!, that/ such was not always the case cation of children was secuied with I .

which Is much cheaper, may be ." she explained, "I I like travclniit .

WIPE YOUR WINDSHIELD used It In often used In cooking being stationed with girls

Then there is the sundered dry from all over the country I and the
it not the I i 1 ;: :: : : '
skim milk which same opportunity to advance J my musl- NYLON TIRE SALE !

YOUR PURCHASE powdered milk of World War II cal education while serving as a .
i
The powdered milk costs about member of the military,"

one fourth the amount of fresh Jay hesitated for a' inominl.mil YOU DON'T NEED CASH AT W.A. TO GET YOUR CAR READY FOR : .

milk Skim milk has all the foiri thin smiled, "I even like tin
FREE value of fresh milk except vitjm discipline''! A TRIPI USE YOUR CONVENIENT W.A. cf ndtjCkWhge 1 ;, 1M

A This >OUould teeth to get :
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from butter or ulcomuwiiiu or
from yellow and green lealy vegetables Rauschert Named 88 1

,, 6,70.15 'sir111. :
For drinking, skim milk maybe 9 Tai a oil :
''Continued' from Pane Onei Black' reel act
rcconstiucted and chilled hr.fore Ct'
It h: I'lnnmy reeeivid a pUiir|' rlr
Stock serving The tale thin Is very tuH .
Fresh
from Weulherlord fur the achieve- flfrHUltllrcl| l conitructiont! Built toWA.'s .: ,trot MI :
similar to fresh fckim milk If the rigid ipecificnionst ,
of Container Corporation ol t
children prefer the taste of fresh meet e Time'ustwl! end proven 7 rib tend y P. '
I contributor
America the top Id 1TIx1115x1113'980,
us
whole milk, mix one quart of reconstructed I drugs iivet more life mile! Bl''ak '
the fund I'hlnney, general maul.weer SO14 98auve
BULK SEEDand skim milk with one e Hiplaie how worn tires now mil .
of Container, tmphasi/cd that
quart of fresh milk, Let it get Q at W,A.'i low lilt price! 7.50.1. Yllltlte ,
receiving the plague
he was only |
cold then serve. Tiny cannot toll ..
-
bihulf of the Container employ.
on : :
the taste from fresh milk. In ; 1 '
its to whom the real credit was Silent Sentry,
Corpus Chris lie, Texas, several
thousand women and, Uiildicn duo tw uMl1 ) For Greater Mileage 1 Safety Sentry

were tested with comparing the J. D Dciugherty accepted a plaque ) NPgIAaN e Safe low.Profilt design! 1 For Safe, SIIIOItil Ride .. /

taste of half fresh and half skim on behalf of the Florida Public ,.... + 'r- e Proven 7-fib trictiont I. Road.ripping/ twla-lreidl ;
FER TILIZERSGarden Utilities to, employees lor their i
milk with all fresh milk and nine In the drive, ," r. ;ww a Low con, Why Pay More I' Low'profile 1st..f shape! 1Li
KM) participation
were able to determine which cup Retiring; President Williams expressed : .... ,/% '.701 S Mxk. hit. Type I a Eitra milesit with Poly ,

contained which This is one way ./tr1 HN5 a buudlene mirtclt cubbeil 1
of helping with the milk bill his gratitude. to all who r .wM1 I r $1 n.98 1 I uo.1S Deck. T.k* Tyye '
Supplies osHiHtc-d in the 1'tM! campaign and /INI/t111 '
Do not forget other milk products If oMlllra. '/Ir1! M, t.. i
There Is buttermilk, cottage tsrMciall/) Mrs. Mill for her in. "Lwwa .. J let! lira' *U r:'$14.98 :
r1/Ir I
tmr Ir fl
valuable assistance to him
5.,. 1Gw iwle 1rN
chkeese, chedder cheese, processed MlMIlM
In ace..plllllthe reins for 14 u uiin- 1
?I
These count
cheese fowls, etc
Rauschirt said thai he would exert '0iur?rMp '
some toward your daily milk requirement
Itvery I e-lfort! for a successful drive &t
Hardee Bros. ),
and (that with the cooperation he barb Tire*CkeiM Over I
the mint Important
Perhaps vas sure he would receive, the dual I 31,000,000 TlMMl t i
food nutrient in vitamin L, for Ihrlove
for this year could be attained ASSOCIATE STORE ;
you have for your family r

Atlantic Avenue Serve your family cheerfully, and South 8th Street Phone 261-3233 Walter D. Smith OwnerPage
I let meals he conducted In an atmosphere Trade At Home 1

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,; Four Newa-Leader, Fernandlna Beach, Floilda ,-, Thursday, Tebrusiy 27, 10G4) Bernice Lowe Circle McKendree-Kight Wedding Plans Told I'Dr. S. T Lastinger "\*


II Hostess For Tea I'! of Miss Joy Lynette I To Address Woman'sClub
Eastern Star Order -- -- --- The wedding
'( Record Turnout At Scout Father-Daughter Banquet At WSCS MtKcndiee, daughter of Mr, and i On Scholarship
MeetingMrs
Honors Past Matrons I Selma Kindig Circle Airs L A McKcndrec, to Mr

And Patrons TuesdayFernandina Don Drown was' In charRfi Concludes Extensive Jury Elioy KlKht will be an event Dr. Samuel T. Lastlngcr, vice.
if Thursday Much 19. president of Hie Southern St'holar.ship
I i tin worship service and pto- Research .Joundallon Is
Chapter No, 53. Or. Month's Activities The couple will repeat their I and
drr of The Eastern Star, held its gram at the February 24 m 'liujf \0\\\ I In a ceremony al the First scheduled to speak to the Fern no.
.
regular meeting Tuesday night 1111'onll'n'a Society of Clirls.tln Mi's. Sue Filer n,'p irtcd, al a recent Baptist Church at two-thirty o'clock dlna Beach Woman Club, Wednesday .

February IS with Mrs Doris I \ Service at Memorial Mellio milling of the Stoma I Kndig In the afternoon I March at 9.30 I.m. (ol-
elide of the First Baptist Church, coffee
the cere- lowing/
Immediately following
Beard, worthy matron, and Mr dint Church She was assisted by I
that the activities for the Wick be assisted by Mine Lucy
0'na miry, a reception will be held at He will
Jamei Beard worthy patron presiding Mrs J. B. Thompson Mrs J. R. "
I of Prayer, which prccedei the The Surf on South Fletcher Avenue I Dyal, a Fernandina Beach girl
/ Hiitehins, Mrs Walter Mcrzejcu. I I I spring revival set Mirth: 'llh! would No Invitations are being sent now using the Nassau Teaihtrs
All the put matrons. and past and Mrs L. K. Nolan at Die piano. I lillmv the prlJpl'l j for the month, I but all friends and relatives are Scholarship for 1963.64. Miss Katie

patrons present were honored and Mrs B. F. Dickens, president, I Slit: .Ins, Invited I Mae Sterling, who Is using the

the chapter 52nd birthday wa presided dicing the business mcxU In line with the project, Miss The prospective bridegroom latae Woman Club Scholarship, was

observed IniJ/ his. T,, W. Oliver "rr'Il.t! a I.ucl'le Sawyer passed out piper I son of Mr, and Mrs Elroy also invited but was unable to ac.

The past matron and past pa. I prayer for missionaries I hearts with shut.Ins' nnnus writ Eight I also of this city. I cept duo to a full test schedule
trans were eicorted to the West Mrs. Dickens announced circlet tin on them for. tine numbers laUsit The program should be Interest.

and asked to Introduce themselves would meet at 10 oclock on March or In someI ay remember ATTEND DISTRICT MEET Ing The speakers will answer

end give the year they nerved In 116, followed by the WSCS meetIng ''',: during the months questions from the club members
the East. Those present were: Mri I at 10::3D Members voted to' The social c'mirmnn' turned In !Mrs H. W Fishier, Mri Henry I following the talk

Leola Swearlngen. Mri Lillian present a Youth Membership to a money which vas collected from I Cook, Mrs. Norman Richard and Nassau County has six students

Bounds Mr. June Stewart, Mri girl selected by the World rriend food coupons for the Orphan Fund. Mil. E P Wilson, Jr, of the Am. using these scholarships The two

Carrie Brannon, Mri na Drew, j ship Group Holy Week services i I Monday, February 24, eight ella Island Chapter, United Daughters Fernandina Beach girls mad the
Mri Deborah Stevens, Mr, Cleo were announced members met In the home of Mrs, I( of the Confederacy, attended ,, national icholaslic freshman luror-

Erlnjon, Mrs Grace Peters, R F A tea served by the Bernice''' Dun Lancaster for a cottage prayer the annual district meeting held !I Ity, Alpha Lambda Delta

Roberta, Dr Ralph Wolff, LonnleIlollingsworth Lowe Circle, preceded the meeting mee Ing. The session was called Thursday, February 20ih, at the ,,

Ed Brlnson and Mri Mrs. J, )t. Hutchlns presided at most enlightening:' {Chateau at Atlantic BeachPersonals. I CARD OF THINKS

James Beard Mri Flora Mitchell 'r' tie silver service from a biaull!. I Tuesday, February 25, members We wish to thank everyone for

then tang "When I Grow Too Old. t' fully appointed table overlaid ,witha unable to attend the morning the beautiful flowers and exprcs.

To Dream" late cloth, and centered with a I huh study held at the church' by stuns of sympathy at the time of 0
The officers and liar points, each handsome tureen holding pink Japanese the Rev Fran Picker, visited the! W Barnes death

holding{ 1 a glittering blue letter, magnolias and redbud blis. Yulcc Baptist Church to hear bun Our appreciation also goes toMrs.
formed "Happy Birthday" In the soma teach the book, "Apngee" to the Mr, and Mrs, Roy lentjcs and
Fast A white styrofoam ":32," ; Members assisted In women of his homo chinchDemonstration Infant son, Curtis, left Saturday to I II Margaret/ Oxley and her staff

with blue candle in It was on the awJ 4 I sandwiches, cake and mintsIth serving. I I return to their home in Arlington, I II for their kindness and efficiency
lectern and as each officer read a Club ,I Va after spending ten days with (signed) Bessie Fink

verse appropriate to the letter she I i her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Leroy Fink
the worthy matron lita ., n .a I PresentedBy
was holding: Program Wood
by Troop; 179, with leaders' Alma Zaloudek

then candle Members'Happy Birthday and visitors to THE. GIRL SOUT FATHER-DAtT.HTEK HINQUET was attended by Home :HO:\ Mrs, Dick Gall>hln, Mri, J. E. County AgentThe I Mr. and Mrs Kenny Braddock of

the chapter sang/ scouts and fathers The girls helped prepare the meal and presented (a program with Ucathcrford and Mrs, Rosa I II ISt.I Maryi, Ga, and Mr and Mrs. "The only thing changeless In

adjourned, an international theme. Among theme present were, front row, left to right, Sandra Crumpler, Bill Leusehner, the Fernandina Bench Home Sammy I Hamilton spent last week. this hectic world Is change Itself"
the meeting .
birthday After cake and coffee were Miller and Lynn Gooding of Trooo No. 179; Cynthia Allan, and Kathleen Babb, Troop I Scouts board representative, and Mri to Dot the Slegel executive ?, monthly Demonstration meeting Club at held the Recreation its regular I| end at Crescent Lake near Falatka Henry T Samson, Cape May IN,

served No 493. Row two left to right Julia Ann DrssnleDonna, Kuriano. Suzanne Weath. strict advisor, were then reccfi- 1 Center The president, :Mrs Carl Friends of Don Heather will bet| J.J) Star and Wave.

erford, Sara Jane Stover and Nina Herrin, all of Troop No. 179. Standing behind the nlzed. I II Quattlebaum, presided glad to know he returned home'''

Annie Brown Circle Scouts are left to right, Hill Leu chner. executive board reorexentative! ; Mrs. Dot Each troop participated In col Alter a short business meeting last Thursday from a Jacksonville "some people' learn early to put

Siegel, district advisor; and Mrs. Gene Meilherford, neighborhood chairman. I letting money for an International : Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs hospital and Is convalescing at I art In argument, they're the ones
Holds
Regular MeetThe firfr -to s*> a -tr ft if 'Dimes for Daisy" fund A very Mary N Harrison gave the pro. I home. His condition is reported who can disagree without being
and colorful English folk dance, 'Selection of Flowers' and much Improved.
-Annie Brown Circle met at Over 300 scouts and fathers were ,,, ad and dressing, French bread and live flng ceremony after which I lay gram disagreeable! Thelma Sonksen,
Green Sleeves was danced by'' Shrubs It\ was a very !good subJect
the home of Mri J. R. Lyn for its present Saturday night at the Jun butter, followed up with Chinese the brownie and scout premise were Mrs Raymond Landress of Am- Odebult 'Iowa I Chronicle
Troop 43 under the direction if for February, and all gainedIn I
February session Chairman, Mri lor-High cafetorlum .for the local fortune cookies. given Leader of Troop 108 I II Mrs,. I ella Rd, entertained Mrs. Jesse T ---
Mrs Bill Waas Mrs Willie Wat- finding out the best suited plants I
Fred Bond welcomed the eleven neighborhood Girl Scouts' International i With the meal, the International Buck Johnson I Webster of Jacksonville, former
and Mrs. Henry Carr for their home plantings
ion I II own
member present Father.Daughter banquet ly flavored program began. Troop The International "World Song resident of Fernandina Beach, and
I I
Mrs: Perils Jones gave the mil. Each Fernandina Beach troop 493. with loader Mrs. Herb Bailey, wan sung by Troop 2S1 girls and I directed Troop' 330 by Mri' IIE'O: B Chalet, the During hostess the, social Mrs Frank hour following Mayer,, '' Mrs Webster sister, Mrs. Well. FOR HAPPY ., .

slonary education entitled, participated In preparing the ban. and Mrs Robert Harvey, sang the with leaders, Mrs David Thomas I l\lr..1 : Inifton R Spires of Fort Edward, GARDENING
program Mrs. Walt Merzejewskl, and served turkey sandwiches, lemon
"New VisIon for Urban Mission" quet, consisting of Italian spaghetti grace before the meal In Spanish and !Mrs A. B. Cook, Jr New York, at lunch last week I
Kavouklls An original cake and coffee.
The spiritual! life devotion, "WomanIn with Il'out-made. sauce, Greek sal. Troop 101 presented a very Impres The IZUI'llsI''re' greeted In Span. Mercury I puppet show concerning scout Ills jcllo The next meeting. for the club Is (' Mrs Spires, who was conducted on $2.29 ....,.'t I...
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the Harbor was presented by tory was presented by Troop 1581 set for March 10 at 10 a m In the a tour of Amelia Island by her hostess
Miss Lyn Hitchcock Mr and Mrs. Alvin Summon of I under the direction of leaders Mrs Recreation Center The beginners I expressed the desire to return II NoPA12Ao

Members were thanked for their Lawrencevllle, Ga have been the I Bill Leuschner, and Mrs. Charles I class In sewing! is to start Friday, Ion her next Florida vacation Or PRUNER

help with the M.Y.F. suppers. guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Jam. Brewer. February 28 al the Rcci'ca Ion Center Frederick Anderson, whol'Bi .""

The.March, meeting Is set to be eson and Sammy tills week '* 11tW5 Ott5 '* The scouts of Troop 385 dismiss. : at 9.30 a.m. and will run until I I recently promoted to the rank of I II v

held In the home of Mrs. Gerald ed the dinner as they sang!! Taps' II:30 a.m.Thrift I Specialist 41h Class, U S. Army, s kit ,

DowleM: The Little! Women will meet tonight, Feb, 21, at 8 p.m. al I in Japanese. Troop leaders are was here from M Renting' Ga pbdlt seta

Mill Judy Jameson, a student at the Woman Club for a covered dish supi'"r, Guest speakerwilt Mrs James Music and Mrs John ) Shop Workers last weekend to visit hU wile, 1\Irl.1 l s Anvil type top darn .
Georgia Southern at Statesboro was be Judge J. F. Santora who will speak on. "Relation. Reid. Jean Anderson, at the home of her - -

oft Virtognin AT home this weekend visiting her ship with Parents," All members are r"ouci>ted to be pres. I Honored At CoffeeThe I parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D Melts, 'UII.. No. GS31A

parents, Mr and Mrs J. C Jame ant! Officers Elected I, and with his patents, Mr and Mrs. I
30 40 Thrift workers
Five Grocery A Hardware to Shop
:points son d : Ira Anderson on Blacklock Rd, GRASS SHEAR
honored Wednesday morning!
At February Meet were
---- -- The Fernandina Beach lame Demonstration Club will
.
--- ----- by the Thrift Ship committee of Mr and Mrs J. C Bennett, Jr.. ''
meet March 10, Tuesday at 10 a m In the Kurcdtion Center' Of Founders Club I $2.59Five
the Fernandina Beach Woman'sClub were In Starke Sunday, the guests
'* 'It r -tt I : I lof :Mr, and Mrs. L. D Vining.
I The beginners class In sewing Is to start Friday, February A slate of officers for the coming I II
Hostesses for the coffee
plan Theatre 28 at the Recreation Center, 9.30 a.m. to 11:30: a.m. year vas presented at the Febru I were I Dr, and Mrs I Cecil Brew ton returned I + loiy
chaliman, and
\ Mrs D C. Land
I fird iary meeting of (the Founders Gar. from. Atlanta l after a 3 daylsit Action,,
Mrs George T. Davis, chairman I
I I din Club as follows\ : Mrs Philip \ Dr. Bicwton attended the Atlanta Client Cutting(
The Buccaneer Coin Club will meet! Monday evening, lof' the Thrill Shop committee
l Phone 2614849. C. E. Beach, Mgr\ March 2. at 7:3IJ;: In the Ricreation Center. All me'mlJl'uJre I Jackson president: Mrs Adam \ Graduate Medical Assembly, i! a Soft riaille Gripe on Hcmdl.i
I ailed' to be there to prepare for the coin show to be held In i jMillsop, 1st vice-president; Mrs J. | Colonel Walter Proslin, civil defense while there,
i Apt IIAmelia. Ashley I Kelley, treasurer: Mrs J. rtireitir far Nassau County,
was present, and shaved a film. Points Grocery
A. Lee, secretary I SOYA PROTEIN has almost the I
FRIDAY & SATURDAY t The meeting was held al the "Dark is the Night," which was I

' FEBRUARY 28 & 29 --- -- -- ---- ---- --- (I home of Mrs F, J. Scliroeclir, concerned with town lighting! same quality as the protein in & HardwareFive

: 7:30 Saturday 2JO:: () & 7:10:: I which was decorated with a profusion The gd.together concluded withan meat, eggs, milk and cheese, re-
Friday Island UDC I Floral I I '
1 '' Arrangment of spring flowers, with' bliss explamitiui of the workings ports the U S. Department of' Points Ph. 261-52T: ( :

Members Attend Demonstrated To I Ruth Bryant as co-hnstess and purpose of the Thrift Shop Agriculture ,
GALVESTON" .
FROM
"THE MAN
Three members presented Hie -- - --- ---
I
Olustee Centennial Magnolia Club program, with Mrs, E P. Davis.
JEFFERY HUNTER PRESTON FOSTER I speaking on hydrangeas: Mrs IIS .
( Mrs. Carl Quattli'1m im, Mrs. J. Tim Magnolia Garden Club met
J. G, tmpir' Mrs II. W, Fishier, Tuesday In the house of Mri A. Luke on annuals I. ; and Mrs HI 11- !!
caladiume.During
k Friday 8:50: Saturday 3:50: & H'O"WHO'S : and Mrs. Nancy Silueit, membersof I Schrnntz Mrs Joe Stubits was to. I sop on Ihe business session
t the Amelia Island Chapter. Ln- iKstiss with Inrln' the occasion. .
voted to donate $3 00 for
members
(led DniiMilers of the tnnfiduary' The club president welcomed 13 I
STORE" f
THE
MINDING for the hospital
plants '
petunia
and Mrs M K. Keor8e of .
DI'nmal'k'l members, one 'mw :Mrs Hal l MTV
JERRY LEWIS S. C., attended the centennial ctlc. Bind and two guests, Mrs J, C. I grounds

brut Ion ol the Baltic I eif OluNlee, on Bennett Jr.. and :Mis Larry SeU
l TECHNICOLORSUNDAY Saturday, February' 22nd shish lers I Edna Ward Class A. S. ALLAN'SYour

{ won held nt the Old Battlefield Me. Mrs Bennett! and Mis Sillers Of
Meets At Home
mortal In Olustic. gave a program on Bible Prin ,

h & MONDAY Highlights, \ ( or this historical| styles of lover\ Arrangement: ." Mrs Ben DickensMrs I
meninrallon were an com-I Mrs Sillirs ileninnslrnUd severalof ,
!MARCH 1 & 2 tin Him/ liable Spcsniiril L. the most popular design as'range: B. F. Dickens and Mrs

Sunday 2:30: & 7::30 Mouthy: 7:10: and) the iinvriling of a Napoleon I tents I Wcxdrow W. Stewart were hostesses I '

I 11\I'lve-pouIIIII'r rinnon by 1\11'1'1| :Mrs Bond and I Mis Gray won a lee I for the February meeting of the favoriteroses

"UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE" Kdlluilno, FIIIl'IIuli Cook, great lliiwcr arranM.nuiil and a plant Edna S. Ward Bible Class: ,, held at
I lend their
grand-liuUilcr of r.uiiral Joseph re'six.i'\lively as door pil/es the Dickens home ,' i' a beauty toy

JACK LEMON: EDIE ADAMS IMOttENK: COCA Hncgaii. | Refreshments were served Mrs S. L. Tarlton, preside, r!

After the ceremonies' the piity: I opened the mel'lhllZl'llh H prater

TECHNICOLOR visited the museum which Is local I Five Points WMS I and welcomed the 29 m ml)'l's s .
ed at the sue of this Impirtunt! but. I and one guest Mrs L A. Carr of .r .t Ss+ a
ADDED ATTRACTIONFirst lie Has Program MeetThe I Cumberland R. 1. M w 4' t; '

Saturday evening Colonel! and''' I I The devotional was given by
I '
\\ i man s Missionary Socle- : Mrs Allan Russell, using as her
Mrs. F. II Philips mid Mi, mid I
In This Area 'I ty of Hie Fire Points Baptist
Showing Mrs Hub White, Jr represented i subject, The Holy Spirit Has Its
I Church held Us monthly Royal Way," by Dr Roy L. Smith.
the chapter lit the Centennial Bill: \
! Cassius Clay-Sonny Liston held lit tin dcorM WislilnMin Strvlupilgrim last \Vedmsdav( During the social hour Mrs. Carr I
Hotel In Jaikhinvillo. night nt the church. and Mrs II. C (Hunt reiecd. oJecd6BY
The prouofi. (initial "I I Must prizes for a game in which mem
Heavyweight Championship Fight III" In 1m l ned'." stressed the im- hers participated after which the
Ralph: Crisp. residing C .
presently : part nice of Christians voting! mid ;I hostesses served refreshments Mria7tl
\In Hick hill. !, S. C and,I Mr and Declining tnl' rniul about
more Surgical pads for the local Midi '
Precedes The Attraction On Sunday Mrs Edwin (" 'IMP tat I'uisauila .. FIELDCREST
( local and national sheen, I I cal I loan ('Io.et're mode,' bv I
wire lure fir (the* vcekeml l with : 0'r. P
and Members taking Mrs members preceding adjournment' I.II ., AN va
: Monday their parents, Mr and Mis John i Adelia ol l I ltlrlr .I.I.\ y I II I : % / !; vv *' exciting new 'one look'coordinated

K CrispDAILY Braddock. Mrs. Clark Mill and ( t .
g" fashions
Floral I
I t
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-- -- -- Arrangements ,
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Mrs John D. Williams II r r '
I Also prp'I'ntll'I'I'. Mn. Clyde I Demonstrated By 'ay" for bed and bath

Bra/ell, Mrs Nitan Johns Mrs
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I ; Harold Reynolds, Mis Velma :, Mrs, Knight To FHA I II V 4 yws Rose Cascade brings a gay
SPECIAL ,
t "
Mrs Barber Mrs '
Thompson Onlv I I '
The Fernandina Beach High! +r'y ,y flowering ol graceful roses
Nora MiDinald Mrs Itonnle Hy-
ers and Mrs VUlcy lliikox, I Chapter of the Future. Homemakersof t, v !! to printed sheets and cases, a

Dinner America met last Thursday in f ,,.,+ .,, t sg r I ghlwe ght blanket, notching
,
; Lunch 97c. the llorm Fcinnmics room Est r a a ,3 towels bath rug and shower

: Important business discussed In. y + 4 ;,,. s curtain, Tills sweeping
Stork ClubA eluded' the selecting\ of delegates: t< harmony of pattern and
All Home Cooked
: Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables I
fur the state convention In Clear color (Is the exciting Fieldcrest
son, VMIllam D >iu.lai Jones water In April the completing of .wi' e' sr C's 'one look theme (for bedroom
9.
Deviled Crabs A Specialty Jr, born February 16 to William a score sheet for honor roll reeog-! '\: and both Printed Duracale sheetsi
1 and Dora Joins Vulev I nil Ion. and the calling of attention

A daughter, Mary Martha born to an nnlele In the official sine may; yttl Twin $191
OUR SECRET RECIPE February 13 to James aid Claudie' magarlno concerning the local' 'Se 4
: I I
Bill Williams, Wtfl S. Blh Street chapter A rl'porll'al' also given Full 54,99.

A son, Charles Cleveland 11)1 Ion the progress on the sale of lit. 1 Pillow Case ..... $t. J<9

j Home Made Chili ton, Jr.. burn February 15 to terbags | wt, *a'r. Punted Lightweight Cotton Blanket .. $,>,99
Charles and Alice Holton, 200111) I Mrs John Knight a member of ,
Florida Ave. the Rise Garden Club gave a !9+ Printed Bath Towel $1,99

'; FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE A daughter, Lisa Annette bornFebruary demonstration <>n floral arrange. .J'q + Guest Towel $1.29 Wash Cloth .... ,V)

r 18 to Charles and Wilma I II menu She made several very attractive k 't, Fingertip .69 Bath Mat $109,
Hill, 2J44 S Fletcher. arrangements that could( ),
A ddiiiihler, Leslie Denise born ''I be mudp with flowers out of nay I MATCHING BATH RIG

1 Golden Sands Restaurant February 23 to Jones and Diane yard. One of these arrangementswas Round ..... .. ..._.. $ >.99 Oblong _.. .. .... $609t
Griffin, RI. I, Box 43 then given as a door prize. I

A daughter. Cheryl l Renee born After discussing the possibility of I

; ON THE OCEANFRONT February 23 tt> Donnv and Betty I holding a corsage: workshop for I

a ", ..Whortnn, 232 E, 'Ith St., Jackson. members later this spring, the I
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I ifl $lltih" yftr ., N"ews.Lendor, Fernnntlina Beach Florida Thursday, February 27, 1001 Page Fire '

1st) Am. 1 High' School!) Senior


1\ TheGarden sit, yam" m.. I iCunllnurd from rage One) ;president: Johnson At Barge Canal Groundbreaking ; :.:. I


J :; Basket N Commiltoo on Kniplcynic-nl nf I lie' A ccnliir.i.old dreams nl a water.

Hanriicappc'd wilt' sense she upper neck' ot, Heir, "" 5aMIl7)SMI. l CEREMONY

f In DiilihUm Hltliiiid+ of his achlovpinonl Ida Ix-unn 'In malcrl.iliw I l.riji\ 1001 / SITE

BY JANE SCCFIELD; Clulld1: Andrew when. I'liolilent UnuVn 1 II .lm| ; .

stale contest cli.nrnian for Cover; *"n set nfl! a iljiu.imlr elmn" PALATKA RODEHEAVEHBOYS

NowI" come to March and I II li they become tea numerous It r nor Biyanl, expressed his mull:;/ 1luIII'hlnK onMruiMlun. ot' a lUi.; BOYS RANCH

busy time! First and fore- hard to recommend definite i Jude fur the piirllclpaliein and said nillr-lnnii barge ennui. .-rst 0

lost we have the proverbial wind i ., for improvements are gprayti ) constantly 'it will be a real pli-asme\ In sub- Till.truUIllbl'l'llklllll was \held. nt 1 GAIN EavlllC If9't Mee.42M1. .

I i deal with. Remember Its dry. being made, so the cm l nil your report In the Prc lell'nt's the nud'hcIIIl'r Bnvs, Itanih( 10 I 1I _

ig effect on the loll. One simply 'who tries to recommend Committee for mni.wililim; in the miles southwest( of PIIIIIkahorr 1I'

lust brave it and keep plains either be behind the times or may r lallimjl runlrsl" the Cross Florida Barge[ Canal I'I'I

ell watered A mulch helps not up to date that the recommendedproduct Andrews, Inlnimpel Rlrhnril that'' Hill lease the SI I Juhns Hiver mill MORSE LANDING
In keeping the soil 'e will be ne-coreli'd an cx-wnse FOR sMALL lapis
nly beneath Is not yet on the market ; 11I'lIdl'stllrd nrrens, the stale lr"
taint but It o'so! keeps the toll In The gardener should keep a clow laid trip ID T.iHiilmiKip; for,, the Y.inkccliMii 'in ihp' iiilf uf :Mix'eoMire I n.rrl

lace Bareroot trees recently watch for Insects and Insect) dam. trewntatlon( nf his award In Ciurnnr '- '' linn 11 Ills. ) persons, nlIrinlrd DAYTONA

anted needs lute of water tomntcracl age, learn to recognise them, and ? Uruml! snit tint he will also! Imliiclinu I', !S, Sons, Spi-s.'

the drying winds, and I lion} look over the Insecticides ob- eet-Kc an rxprnse'paid trio h sash, I,, Holland' and Ccoirc; ASmntlicrt. ,

i some Instances stalked or se. talnable for their control. Insect( s VaKlilnetnii." D C In nttend IlieIprlnB fnHi! \ 'unit, riintdn'i 530,1I[I .

ured with guy wires to keep them I Iteady. I rides carry detailed labels as tc Meeting: if the rrrsldent 12-niemhcr House1 of; ,: '

The more the plant trunk I,'Just what they control, the plant Commlttpc. The later trip will be hives! di'leciitlrn: 1II'III''na'l'

ways with the wind the harder It they may be used on, and the I I 'urnlshcd hv Florida Federated Stole Cnhlnet. nnd I.t UtTISfilMI. 010500 4 97 Ml.$

II for the root to take hold and strength of the solution to be used E tabor Council AFL-CIO, \Vllnon Jr. Chief rf Army! Tnjlnecrs ; 1 .
iccomc well anchored ... a Also sullied and rrnKrut'il.iled'
I It
always payi to follow the In. j _. .
n -- -- --- -- ---
The bugs era waking and the structions. Forget any Idea that SHERIFF II. J. YOtlXGBLOOD ia shown with Miami were Richnrds prlnelpnl, HnxmundM. Thnr.div'! Broiindhrenklnu: began ;:

bowl t ton, so It'i duet ISon and If a small amount \1'11ofrcr\ control waiter George C. Stanley who abducted three Cough/ and his Enpllsli teiulicr, the exi-avatlnn of the first six mile site westward across !Stubs. Ron the sea.leu'I canal on the state
was by
pray that with the grand Inten- I doubling the amount might do :Mrs Marjorie Chllds.Church ling section of the canal Tide 19 to a pnlnt 2.1, miles siiithwrsl(' ulllltorilround'atl'r' supply,, RI'Q 1d./ .
Negro In Miami
I
men and of his
dumped out :
Inn of staying one Jump ahead of I better. A stronger solullon than I own car in water t Dredging Corp rf SMtlrle' of rioilman, A plug cif earth wall bcIrft > less nf the di'hdli', the now /luIl1'lr.I .

hem at least until hot weather, i i recommended could hurt your the Yulee area recently. Youngblood radioed a descrip of God To Ln lint received a JT'M.STt! eon- In the pxrnvnilnn route across I herd fresh user barge ('olftal'ml'rt'

nsects of course are most easily' plants, lion of the car to Georgia authorities and the three men I met fl'onIhl' U. !S t Army Enidnccu lllKhwnv I II fur' n fiitnrn contract assure thai there would be no adverse -

nntrolled hcn yoima and before Ills to the work were apprehended soon after Stanley was able to free ompete In State li cvcn\ntt 44 nillllun ruliir fur ronslruction of a l bl'hlI',; c-lliit ein I the* nu-nl; / w.t'r

mate, for they con strip a plantf I of the pretty chewing easy insect sec, but once himself from his bands" and make his way to a Yulee Attendance Contest yards of till, Earls; nf the IIII'kl111I bi 81 fret lc'\rls

leaves in a remarkably short seen there; Is no limo to proemj service station, where he told his story. The KriMindbrenklnit, ceremony I It \\ hll' nnd M fivl I IIIIDI The ethos Shoot of till* prrvimisrnatin'

Mime,j They are the harmful worms ----1 I The Church of Cod !lIcall'dII the t started' nl II am, al me HUM 'four links will h,' east) cif Furl" :Mey Kill' hi used in the- l'UI'l'I'1I11(1 k.

''of the garden, the caterpillars and Or. W. J. ClenchTo ...... -. ( corner( of 4lh nnd Cedar Streets llnmh fnll.med.. hy n lire baihe-. ("<" sniillu'iiit tif Silver SiirliiK.. rrs.illinu In n tii.lim ul SI milliinIn

grubs, which are larvae/ of flying r--: has entered a stale \iile "I ('II \L. rue fci" tlii- public, Ilie prciwain fM nf I'liiiiii'lliin 1 iiiul rust t nf U II inilllnii, Th,- present pnjcitnn ,

Insects such as moths, butterflies, Discuss Shells LENCE \OV;' rioted,, for the wilt handled bv Ihc C'mill Author- S, IliKliUiiy near nulls( In nilill. iiiillioiinel lis (', net'cm I in I'J.2;
Schniil. Ill i'f Hie t SI:Ho i>f )KNIilii+l In enipiiallni -
The KernunilmnIleaeh .
Sunday linn (1:1I111111 lx Imill (>
OPEN grasshoppers beetles, etc. Clilur- At Jax Lecture ni'iir riniKi' unit ricrivcil Iris iniiiMii| In n
that ,'II has IIITII paired willl ( Hill officials (if Chamber
S rlnm In Pulii.im County
dane and DDT |> !
are used for them fusibility, .Iud,,,', uniAtpcl i : ,mCooper's
the clarets In I Ilillliud cliuicll The of ( 111111111'11'1'lIl'rllll) Kremlin
: "
'and often mill near rOl'1'I'IIY In niiivlili
malathlon. The larvae of I
Dr William
J, Clench
Curator
1"' rniinliiK liiivrrveil bv I'lo' w.ilerwnv HN,2! ,
winner will be Ilir 'IHlI'dl11th (
certain moths Tuner supplies' [for npi-r.iliiiii cif tin
cut worms which of
AGAIN Mollusks Museum of Compara. large-bl Altenil.ini-e bran Filminry and, the ('<11'1'"r' .'11 II 1I11'I'I'S III'kS
nip off plants just abc.'ethe .
young live Zixilccy, Hnrvord University, 23 through Marcia 2'l! (VnncHMiiiin, I D, U 'mill*,"' :Mil,
ground can be controlled by CambrldKP. Mass, will i IIUlrrliMlIv, n CrewsKlrrld.i
spunk In thegeneral
I thews, In 1\ hll<.e disirlil Its" turdwalk
This rimilnu Siinilnv. :Mirell) Laundry
using a poison bait I handled by calico llllS Ix'lll IHlslullI'll [fill
Thurs. Feb. 27 public en Mareh 41t 8 will' In-I 'OLD I OIKS"I eluv lit wMI I Isle, place, WHS I'.io nf.fU'liil .
stores), or the ground around I p,m, at the Peninsular Life Insnr. the Inn.iinliiiH liencli cliiiuhThose [ h 't-l I V.iMcr! nf 1''r"II111I1I"1 iH'jiily 4IKI yc>ui' young plants, not the plants themselves once Auditorium 641 Riverside sl.III1'sl'I'rI' made m IH2'I
llnbrit I., F Coin.O crated
tiienihc-rs nf the Sundry \I' S CciPKicw.ntnn[ =,
be sprayed with a in pii'scr.li-d, t I" Pongees
may Avenue, Jacksonville H 1'l'llI'l't| [
School which<.< an W)) years old cir SIKes. n 'lime linn snout siippilcrCivil ; "
WITH A double strength solution of chlar- h.v I Hie Army I'liKlm-rn: Subi'ciiicMitlv Laundry and
Ills subject will be "I(he Rrolnev Dry'
older will lie, hemmed bY I hell 'nor I l'i'\ alii lull'mini"oil, Pies ;
dane One can usually dig around of the MolliiHca" or "Where do the llu ni.ilte-r rimc' In fore
idi nl' J< has nTo ,
friends and rt'Iattees std the
one'with Cleaning
tie! base of a plant which hal Mcllusks Live ?" I'liiiuuKu' right iiililitiniuil limes.
COMPLETELYREMODELED .. hoists off the I eKn.inille rlinrcePiPielilenl ,
the nlllhl)1'01,11'\ cimiln)! to
been cut off and find the fat well .
Dr Clench Is a welt knownce\ In the KUOi: a M'u-lovrl\ shlitl|
honor them will be DI11I'11 I'd a Jihiisnn pulled a iwllrh |( :Mrs\ Doris Howard,
fed under the soil.
culprit just
turer and writer for publications on Incited! nn n post In front of Ilienrakers' in mil was pl.iiinril Kxi'iivHliiin: KD
Grub worms, larvae of beetles, mollusks. He Is the Editor of John- prize nliilforni. Martnl as a wnik-irlli-f measure :MiniifcrIllh \ ;
arc white and live In the soil and
sonia and Associate Editor of In.
The resulting explosion, t WO lint was discontinued as n icinll of( & Kerch Streets t "
feed on roots, A good control Is to do.Pacific Molhmca, both journals Local Woman's Club ( feet milked HIP beKlnnlnnI
FLOOR mix chlordano with the soliI hen assay 1'l'lIl c'niirrrn over lie effect nf
and widely used by amateurs
as To Sponsor EntriesIn I a fir.it millliui. eight In NMenrpreje'et
.
planting.The
well as professionals PVT. RONEL 1 I.. ANDERSON aimed, nl Cult htg the bnmrllrnvel .
work of the sucking Insects lie Is an Honorary Fellow of GFWC Art ContestThe ,
JR.s of Mr. and Vln. R. I.. I dM.itice/ hplKcin Cull fuiisl
Same Fine I can go on for quite a while without several foreign society for I the Reeves Ilr COB Cedar .St., pninlK and Ilinsi on tIle Atlimllc' '
I being noticed unless one makes advancement of science Is Re. was Woman's Club of F'ernnndhlaBeach
; Se'iilinnid, OUR PRICES ARE
i home on leave List t weekend
a point of looking for them These search Associate! of the I thin y'ar1111 sponsor tin,
Dintiip I
I This nosing will\ ammiiit t ID fill)
ServiceHardee from Fl. Jackson, S. C.
are the scales, the aphids, the Museum, Honolulu: Consultant at total I competition of Ihc Central: miles; _- ant' ) five days of: hued/ I[ RIGHT!

while files, the mealy-bugs and the Marine Laboratory, Universityof j Federal of Women's Club art ,time cnmpjred will! the open1n I ., I I
the Their talent contest>1 for high/ school RCII- Vein no longer have 'lo gn 'to ..tuck.Minvllle ( .
true plant bugs.:( feeding Miami, a past president of the Sebring Grand Prix I '1\\ I IT route arniinil K'yh t. I Ii
habit Is to make tiny, unnotlrt.I American Malacologlcal' Union, and lore !Mrs llert Maxwell' chairman, Will'' to get guild priers on Href.C.OOnVKAll .
I i When rompMed" thp( canal
punctures in the leaves and an Honorary Member of I I announced today, -
many Mrs Maxwell laid she would ''provide n IfTi.mili !leg|! link 111.1 : HAS COMPKTITIU: ; : l'fUnS: We will hehnirv
suck the juices. shell clubs. Boasts Drivers
Top for the distribution of entry I twern the IntrncoiiKlnl Walrrwav! | In lake t cure of any service! problem' cUriiig tho lili-.
I There will be admission fee arrange
Bros.Atlantic All gardeners are going to haveto no I time guarantee cm tires
blanks for Interested senior Coot of Jnikii< nvlllo! and the (;iiilfnf your
.
and the public Is invited any
spray for aphids as the young I
Mexico
And
Manufacturers students through the ulfieei) << of( the
Avenue leaves come out. They hover' __ __ __ .__ I superintendents nl public, pnro. The new IIIIIKO route will use exttlnil II i PRICES DETERMINE QUALITY ,_

i around new growth by the hun I chlal and private Kchoolx, The national \ \ / deep water in Hie SI JnlimItlMT
plant Is completely! covered, ind Riding high/ on IIl'av of un- I -
dreds, so that the stem of the If left the leaves will curl ui. surmountable popularity the MC. program has been endorsedby (from the Iiilriinuislii) Wat- :I Lasserre Motor Co.

- I Their rate of reproduction Is ae.lomding BRING 12 !HOUR EMltllsACK I the Nntiemiil Axsocintlun of Si-r- e'rway| tlnnimli itksiui\llli, In
I'allllkll, llHl.inee of I'O' miles li29 Smith Nth Street Phone 2i1( :]lllt!) ,
and the gardener needs RACE scheduled! for 10 90 AM,, cndnry I !Seliiml+ 1'nmlpals.' n I Ii > .

to be on his guard against them j I Saturday March 2UI surges on to I Thin year's thyme Is "To Strenu- From I'uUlku the tana' ) work
I| They are suit bodied and can be I new glory! and renown then the Arm of Liberty" and maybe i I Iwill; brad' ; mHilliweklward; ; across, I i .

green, black, or reddish In color, A galaxy of world famous auto interpreted! In oil, wulciculnr, Florida, neepssllnlliiM HII excuvn- ..,. ;

However they are very easy to | road racing champions will, again pastels or mixed, media The deadline lion ul11I/ ) nnlllin ruble yards olrnrtll .
control with nicotine sulfate, p.vre- for the stall rllnll'MI111I be I for Ilie lMi >l drip Iia I .fun)
make the grueling torluiius five :; :; : ; : ;;: I .
thrum rotenone, or our standby, point two mile road April I, HIM.Enlrirs ,. wide ennui Where itcmeihlp. Hie

malathlon. Attend to them before resound to the mlKhly rare roar course of in the slate ponies! Mill canal: : will: IIMrxislinu:;:: rivers'I sunk:: i
and winner aelctteil'
leaves become deformed. A plant tuned be judged a at the Okljwaha I unit \Vllliliieoo-) '
highly/ raring cars WHY BUY TWO
of Awards In be entered
on which ants are crawling Is apt by a Jury cliep
Ferrmi out front for the pres. In the rational Entries : .
to harbor aphids also, for the ant ciiMipetillon. Five lo-li will bi built \
; ) tiling" Hie'rou'e (I
lent, cnnnot 1 rest on It'* I laurels ofrecent In the national, eonlest will be I / .
likes the sweetish excretion of the
in "lint/ miiiml ualer I'wll.l lml ,
Ins
aphid and will aphidsfrom \I Strengthened by compcfmi for three 8ih' <>lirshlps eil a
even carry afleeleil,
/ WHEN
plant In plum However, shakedown runs on the shorterIraeks I $.,OIN!, $750 and $f GIN) offered hv -
don't plant which hatIddvbeetleg about the country, Cobra /I lull murk Cards, The taoetum mid The most t casleily" if 1 llu'w links,
spray a promises Improvements and 1 Ih(' SI. .luhiis Lurk' will be in Tut.I
firm hoe partlelpiilecl In the national
or lady bugs on it, fur
they eat apludu and will soon exterminate enmities combined' with famed I I nremram Rime ltn lucepllini, mini (CinuilMTV nrni Hie 1I"'hl'a,1" ONE

them from the plant, Klory pilots to only once a win again at shoot Sebring for can the In I 1I)3! lion: ;:: tile li'iliiv,' : Ilie will cunstruruun;be: : Inc;: : ;liiklnx:: :lirKln.nlnK Ihel; I

and one dues nut want to poliiin bring. renal I nun tinvliliillv of the lock I
the helpful InsccK WILL
Spider mites or red spiders are I Privately entered Corvettes, Large SelectionOf /

quite prevalent on our ornamental Ferraris and Fords will he but.
iillaek the undersides Hum it o'K' for the nears lo net.
plants They New Books ama
of leaves and arc so small tliat mil road rating trials> posiiblo In /h-t-.1 ; DO

much of the damage Is done before till Su ulh.

604 Atlantic Avenue it Is noliied l As a result of An Intel national Stock Car Race Now At Library Vertagreen ?

their sucking' leaves begin to Friday morning and Iwo molitr.

have minute colorless or jcllowlsh cycle eases Friday afternoon fill
-- very
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,
A l'on1ll1wnll\'c! exlnbll+ of 3'H! ) Suburban
spots end eventually I the out the wcik-long program: of one nature's
new cliililmi's' lihraiy bunk Involvlnk' ...
4--------- -- -- entire leaf will have a finely' dotted of the most 'fantastic programs ever I I ..
tin oiil|>iil of solute "II pub.
f 1 : appearance, The )leaf may staked at the famed/ 1 Sc-brlng cir.
llHhe-rs Is now on display at :Kin
turn yellowish or bronze color and suit helper! Oynil-T mp'
I lAtluntie' Astnut' mil Is epen duly ;
Th Merchants then eventually drop off With an Auto racing events with\ the sle J I from 4-3 p m The exhibit will lust/ Iri. .

extensive Infestation the underside lure of Targa Florin Iluly; Lc I through March > 1

of the leaf !becomes Mans, France: Newburginu, Germany Ranging in level from Kinder. t CombinationAir

GREENTAMP'SI looking Many of the Insecticides ; and only the Scoring 12'' )parten Ihroimh.. irnde! 12 'nie "> .4' J

FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS E such as DDT do not kill spider Hour Endurance Race In the Un : toll'', the collation presents all !ld _

mites. In fact. DDT may Inercisp ited Slates awards to tulle manufacturers the outnlundinn new linoki ot Naliiro rwil help( Conditioner

GREEN STAMPS them Look fur a special conlrol the greatest number of Early 11. This provides! a inn' e* 'I'hi' |>rour hILnas (if and )

x**"* WITH THIS COUPON AND PUHCHASI Of for them on the insecticide' fclnlf.Syrinuintf possible winning points. i I I opportunity to see and choeme h's",\k' plant, .fmnl c Irnu nla in .

E \F Florida Georgia Grade A Fresh > the underside of leaves Team makers of the famous from among the colorful.\ Infeirniatlve. VVrliifin-i Hiipplin GasHeater ,I !i '

with the hose on full force may car makin ol I the world v IeI IIh I well-sritten!! Juvenile lilira- nut lire's nerds in ninilonmonnU. | r '

ill FRYER COMBINATION knock many of them off! and pie- cash" other' in llicir' attempt to signup tare being piiiilueed' sudsy + 'I rumplHo,
vent tiio much d.midKP,! The nil : : 5 : lot trr balsamsI plinlfnoil
the l cM dilveri '
E t t l l E only > I In the I I l.ilirnrliins, teachers, 'end pnrrntsfind
NLUX LEGTHIGHSBREASTwlfh( ribs) emulsion sprays used! for stulc world The Srbring 12 HOUR K.V. ', the exliihil he( ffllleent mid luf will make your lusts nrniKiirdon IT HEATS IT COOLS IT USES GAS :: ;
IN ADDITION TO THC STAMPS YOU DECEIVI WITH rOUttrUICHASE. help too.Speaking. so lloiirixh as never
I DLIIANCK:; : IIC'Flllh: It's ('nvl'l( j de'iH'ndatile' way nf selc'etinii: hulk'
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such as voltk, be sure not |I'J use bring to (It/I:: famed: ; Kehrlna, circuit' ', I' must spe'Cilicnllv the nerdsand i J+ Get VVrtagrifn today.I .

It as long as there U any pressl the Jim Clarke, Dun Gurneys, want "i.f Ihcrl children. I I

I MrrchrMrraN billy of the temperature dropping Surtces and :
only others of Covering more thou 31 sulijcei
CLOSING OUT SALE
below weeks or.tcr
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comparable status/ I|clasHirirallnns at the Junior IliUh r, .
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EXTRA '- _- PREE EXTRA Latest 1 designs! GT prototypes: level, and' more than 40 at the, sIgh
foliage of plants when the temp- and famed engines' will again but- Sohnul l level, the colleitlon h eem '
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSl.tniiiofiiu erasure I Is under forty or over ALL 1963 MODEL :
urday, March 21st make pleli'ly eiriuni/i| and currlruliirn
IM lxr should take advantage
clxhiy-five, so one
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HUSH PUPIES3j of the lemixrale' seasons racing world. I eif Early I'lKI In nil Ihl'irIk
RANGES REFRIGERATORS
Vaiix 2 i-Limes 3425f of scale spring ornamentals.and fall lo At eradicate times IIighllKhtlng/ the prc-raie aitivl. I variety and colorful appc( 'al. from ,

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malulhion Adding be the qualifying and practice lly life I Interest: ; : inn people:; ;, and:::
zones use I trials I romance 1 tu literature and drums, I SPACE HEATERS AND WATER
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cause It to sink better. A plant
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has ventilation I Is nut spectacle depending upon fastestMap
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there are excellent ones on the every Isle lilrc'lIyI'r"lh'! '" | = New 1964 Models In March. :

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:rr Six News-Leader: Fcrnandina Beach, Thursday, February 27, 1964
,. -.. be diverted of every appliance of salt works ever erected la I the area. This Investigation officer mometer down to 25 degrees the
war, and resuming their private Ida, the whole of which Flor.1 waded Into shore
duties and that he would like to were reports that there are ninety- I crew This group
'City Defers Action sec something done on a restaurant I IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ownership and commercial names cessfully destroyed consisting of six refugees/ who have expressed commenced destroying on the
I to replace the one now In existence i could bring off cargoes of cottonto five large steamboat boilers and ,, a desire to go with him, providedthe eastern edge of the long line of
i pay the cost of the cruise twenty-three kettles, together with I I secure rations for two dnvs works which extended about
city .
on property
(Continued from Page One) Such operations are not imprae. sixteen log houses one flatboat, a and some fine powder for shut sewn miles, working up to where

Ion suRgcslrd that rather than seemed Mayor to Johnson be In agreement said that that all j jImprovement : FLORIDA\ tlcablr and If vigorously carriedout i large quanlty of salt, vats, tanks guns, the only arms they have, 'the either party111 employed.

spend" the entire Rum at the golf and additional facilities without notice and at Irregular and other materials connected "The next morning/ two boats with Alter! elffUuully dent roving every.
course he felt the greater pnrt I periods would greatly Increate with the manufacture of this art. twenty armed men and one nlfl thing they could lay hands upon,
needed at beach but I that
khaki bo spent at the beach recreation !. are although A HUNDRED YEARS the difficulty of blockading Icle" They returned to the ship ear and the net'emury tools to the party ,started lo return march.
area an Improved restaurant AGO our harbors and would render I bringing with them six contrabands destroy kettle's soil boilers rued \\nu /all night through swamps and
slated for the future, was not Inpresl'nt
hazardous the transportation of In making sail, were dispute' 'he'd, thick woods Not a single articlewas
_ Already slated for expenditure at I
plans.Sorcnscn EJrltJ SAMUEL troops along the line of our coasts. February 20 U S. Secretary'' The boats were to be met at the lout and no one was Injured
PROCTOR
he beach of around
wan a sum i and Johnson both emphasized ) I IOOOOOOOOOOOOO.ooooooooooooooooooooo and through the Gulf of Mexico"In of the Navy Welles Informs &'(: I Itary mouth of the Warrior River, but except the refuge, whose gun
The and
M.tOO Planning Advliury"
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Board recommended that this their stands several times a dispatch to Washington, of State Seward that the It had been! blowing a stiff gale accldemtly going oil put a couple

proximate Him he spin! at the Kolf ap. I during the discussion I Federal Admiral Bailey says S, S. DcSoto has captured the'I from the north throughout the i of buckshot In hiliI'M." Commander .
fur the added Gatchel told flint plans. have also "Judging from the many circumstances Confederate steamer Cumberland I night,, and was still blowing very llurmony reports that all
Improvementsand
course I been discussed on.a building lo that have come to my fresh when the bod t Is took eilf the of his ""behaved
I he suiplus monies' be spin) February 17 The Confederate I I. West Bay that were erected there I In the Gulf of Mexico I ; men admirably
II the beach, I house a restaurant and that the Congress has l today provided for :' since last December These works, knowledge the time is not far As Union General Seymour ,wind had blown the water from All have sore feet and will be laid
lost and financing has also been the Impressment by the states of I the Federals learned were being distant when an attack will be moves I toward Olustee this the mouth of the river and they up for a few days," When they
Untdiel told up '
City Manager David. under discussion 20000 free Negroes/ and slaves for protected by 50 armed Confmier. made upon Mobile (indi' I would morning his effective force com. were unable lo get t closer to till are back In grad health again
and direc.turn
bf meeting with often Golf The City Manager said that arch I menial service In the Confederatearmy ales The Union expedition "was esteem It a great favor If the Department prised Boa:brigades: Cal W. B. beach than four miles As a result I lUrmonv plans to send them on
of the rerniindma Bent
I
discussion a building could be built for (40.003 I I entirely successful, the works be. would direct PenrAd.mlral Barton's brigade ((47th 48th and they started Inland marching. another expedition to destroy
Aiioelatlun and of im
the a and that It was possible to securea The Confederate Exemption Act Ing abandoned upon the appear. Farragut to send fur me 115th New York Infantry), Col.J. { fully forty-five miles Having arrived I other suit works about ten miles
the for golf tinirKe
plum lease the with such of my squadron as may they set lo work al once I from here
from Golf builder who would passed today removes salt work. sore of our men Everything R Hawley's brigade 17th Conn,
He also rend a Idler be available
Anotlatlon Pre-slde Bob Young. building to the city on a 15 service, In time
In which that appreciation with the city to pay for and then I President and the Secretary of Ics consisting of twenlY.llx sheet to participate In Colored); Col James Montgom destroying everything that could CASSEROLE BOOST
group
the affair.
With the San Jac-lnto,
the building In 13 : War have the to detail men Island boilers. 181 In be used at the salt
,
wan exprcwM-el! to the Commission own years power averaging gal. and ery's brigade (fist North Carolina any way Colorful ripe olives glamorize
and Gatohil for the recognition of I I Sorensen said that he felt l'xlst.1 I for work In certain Industries If Ions and nineteen kettles, averaging fldent Tahoma'that good Sagamore(service I could feel con.be Colored and 54th Massachusetts works, In the meanwhile, the other and enliven the flavor of casser.
the various needed Improvements the present proprietor of the I the need becomes crucial. State 200 gallons making an aggregate I Colored Infantry): Col. G. V.Henrys Federal vessel ran down about
rendered and I could
.t I the golf cmirnc I ing Blue Seas Restaurant Jeff governors can also exempt certain of 26706 gallons, which for the duties of readily this provide I Mounted Brigade ((40lh : thlrty-flve miles farther to the olcs Chop or slice ripe olives and

The 1 Muted that, time:': Bowers, should be consulted as to' officials, and It !I. believed that costs In Montgomery IS,50 per squad-I Massachusetts Mounted Infantry. westward, determined to find a add to macaroni and cheese or

II was' not: rnlopl i It Htimed. the type structure floor space, etc,, I governors may Include key salt gallon werdelroyPd.. These I I ron during my absence. Independent Massachusetts C.val.1 landing' :. and then_, with' the_ ther your favorite tuna noodle dish.
for the City lu make the desired I' In conform to his needs. workers In their exempted list. boilers and kettles were cut up February 19 According to reports -i ry and Battery B, 1st V. S. Artillery .

improvement Hint rather a new I Commissioner Bohannon said that : James Patton Anderson was to. i or broken to pieces! some 600bushels ', from Camp Beaiiregard at ; and Captain John Hamil

pro shop be constructed III< a* to there were two people now Involved day promoted to Major General of salt were thrown Into Olustee I Confederate General Fine. I ton's artillery (Battery E, 3rd U ]
leave the present pro shop and should such a restaurant be ap.', and Is being assigned to command the bay, all the chimneys and gun has three brigades under his S. Artillery, which includes Sec.

lounge for golfers. only as a lounge. I proved. He said that "one Is ready,' of Confederate forces In Florida furnaces hauled down and every. command: First. General A. H. lion C, 3rd Rhode Island and

It wan itdlod that this would render to go and one U not" presumably! Acting Matter Browne, U. S. thing rendered completely useless I Colqultt, the Chatham Artillerywith Battery M, tat U. S. Artillery)I. MORE BILLS
four pieces and the 6th, 19th I
a greater '' Improve with plans for oper.tlnglueh a rca bark Restless, reports on a boat for any further operations Seven This Is a force of 5500.
and enhance, ,I\rinJltoco\ : I taurant. expedition recently sent out to slaves fled to us for protection 23rd 27th, and 28th Georgia Infantry General Flnegan decisively! d/!. THAN YOU CAN
I Confederate salt works on and assisted In the destruction of ; Second: Col G P. Harri
lion and relutlnnnhlps at the club Sorensen rejoined that the present destroy tested the Federals this altcrnoon I
House\ rather than the renovationof proprietor I Bowers) was not "buy. this establishment which had only eon 1st Florida Battalion 28th. at Olustee, 13 miles east of Lake HANDLE? ,
the rest rooms iiincp full utilisa I Ing a pig In a poko". been In operation ten days Thlt Georgia Artillery Battalion Georgia City. The battle, which began 1 ; ?
thin would not result without linker Mayor Johnson reminded that the proximately $200.Condemnation work covered space of half a Light Battery, and the 1st shortly after noon lasted six
proceedings or re. mile, the boilers and kettles 32nd and 64th Georgia Infantry; 1
loom expansion al& After the recommendations of the for the pavilion 'type' building commended repairs to substandard alone costing a (144,SB3 Our and Third Col. A. H ]McCormick ) the appearance of the 54!h It will pay you to find out how 1

running and Advisory Board were only. He added that he did pot housing In the city were discussed party returned to the ship 4th Georgia Cavalry and the 2nd Massachusetts and th1s1 North effective our consolidation loan planIs. .
:Dotted Gatchcl showed the Cuminlssioners know who the .proprietor might be with Catchel Informing that 23 I Florida Cavalry.' The Florida: : Carolina both Negro organizations The cash you need can be In your hands
bringing seven contrabands and (Leon Light Battalionwill
two different plans for when such a restaurant building ouch cases were handled In Jan. Artillery prevented the Federal withdrawal almost as soon as you ask for It.
the there and that the city Is highly six shotguns be held in reserve. This gives !
I pavilion typo building In was approved and that were uary I from becoming a complete
teach recreation area The plans many factors which would have a satisfied over the results of this effort Feb. 11. Comm. James D. Bullock Finegan a total effective force of rout. Losses on both sides are reportedly

Ihowed rest room facilities, storage bearing on such a decision. todate. writes Confederate Secretary of 4,600 Infantry, slightly less than 'I heavy
PAYMENT TERMS
AND THE
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spices for lifeguard supplies and It was at this point that Bohan.non Bohannon cited that an unsightly the Navy Mallory from Liverpoolof 000 cavalry, and 12 guns In the February 21 The losses BUSUlned .

ether and a dance patio urged the plan be returned to situation exists behind! ; the stores his disappointment over the Inability artillery I I by both sides In the battle ARE EASY ON YOUR POCKETBOOK
"After the Commissioners viewed the Advisory group and Commls- on the South side of Atlantic between of the South to obtain Iron. Master Browne, U. S bark Rest. of Olustee fought yesterday are

the plans, Sorensen suggested/ that 'stoner John Tlllakos concurred 2nd and 3rd Streets and urged dads In Europe and suggest that less, hears rumors of a large as follows: Confederate 93 killed .

maybe the City should add to the Going on to other business the that this be cleaned up. the Navy Department take Confederate barge planning to 847 wounded 6 missing Fed. leant
vsllable aunt and put In better fa. Commission discussed the new An expenditure of 11300 was recommended the blockade running business Into leave the Wetappo River carrying i eral 203 killed 152 wounded 506 up t. $600

voter re-reglstrstlon plans for the for Hunnicutt and As.soclatcs Its own hands The beams materials "necessary for erectinga I missing The exact number of

city and was shown forms proposed an appraisal firm, to con. and decks of these steamers couldbe large salt work." The barge II'' prisoners taken by the Confederates I G.A.C.
by City Finance Director tlnue In the work they do annuallyIn made of sufficient strength to supposed to return with 1,500 Is still unknown. The Feder. FINANCls.

DOZIER & GAY Clayton\ Sanders for use In the re- this field for the city. bear heavy deck loads without bushels of salt Accordingly, two all also lost large amounts of CORPORATION
Galchel told of a trip by Dock. exciting suspicion and then If
registration days ago he dispatched a cutter i equipment Including S (cannons
PAINT It was pointed out during this master Joe Surlano to 38 marinas registered In the name of private and a gig with orders to capturethe 1600 small arms, 400 accouter. AMOUNT PAYMENT505'

discussion that voters presentlyregistered i on the Atlantic Coast of Florida as Individuals and sailed purely., Confederate vessel on her ment sets and 130.000 rounds of' 'You GEr 24 MONTHS 20 MONTHS MONTHS IJ MONTHI
can vote In 1984 elections an advertising venture for the local commercial ships they could trade way down river. If after waiting' small arms ammunition, The lat. S 7500
'Beit For The South'CHECK S 5.06 S 5.47 S
but that they will be notified : marina. lie said that Surlano revealed without Interruption or violationof I five days without seeing the barge, ter will be sent to the ordnance 160,00 7.5.
-0-- when they vote that they will haveto i most marlna's were aware neutrality between our coasts the crews are to land and destroy office at Savannah for drying and S 9.49 10,7' 11.67 16,1 If2S

OUR re-reglster before the next election of the relatively new local facilityand and the Bermudas, Bahamas, and any salt works found In the area. salvage 00 24.1' 21.3J 30.6' n.5T

In 1965 If they wish to.vote In were favorable Impressed West Indies When three or more I The ships left on the evening of Lt. Commander D. B. Harmony 600,00 34.39 39.34 2.66 5'.35

PRICESShiellrs that year. Galchel also revealed that the of the vessels happened to be In the 17th and proceeded to a bayou of the U S S Tahoma Informs
o A letter of appreciation was read new tractor for the city land fill harbor at the same time a few on the southwest side of East Bay Admiral Bailey of the results of 308 Atlantic Avenue
the Merchants Association for Is due at an early date and hours would suffice to mount I
from project ; a and there found a place of ambush an expedition offered to destroysalt I
Grocery I the flno cooperation of the city In that the operator for the machine, couple of heavy guns en each, When the barge failed to makean works in the St. Marks area. 1 Ftrnondlnn' '.ach.Florida

materially reducing the' cost of Homer Wllks, Is currently down. and at early\ dawn a successful : appearance the men landed On the morning of February 16 Telephone 261061

211 ATLANTIC AVE. I putting: up and taking down ChristI state studying a similar operation raid might be made upon the unsuspecting and destroyed fifteen works, he sent his executive officer i Onto Masts, ,
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'PHONE 261-9013: : I I mil decorations. The letter pointed I Next regular/ meeting of the blockaders After among which they reported were ashore to confer with some of the ; r
lout| that this cooperation saved up- Commission Is on March 11. a raid or cruise the vessels could "some of the largest Government refugees who are hiding out In'' ALSO PlVI CONVINIINT OMICIS IN JACKSONVULIOPEN

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regional! lourniy next week, then! o (' (if giimix Ixfiirc pliiviiw JInihi 1
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ill I Inti. 3.C'"II1I"
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Inn Bicil UK 211(I I'mniif Smith HiI mldill d' liuil I lall' imtlu
on to the State tournament thvi! Don't you Litlle League and I 1lIie: Rlcp II. mid iti1U'i'hut, 2, III"" 'ii' ll.ulilin (ill: : '\' will lit pliivlnu in ,I Ill, kHI'I\! liltIhll'lIIlI 'r xlubiilmis ut DuMiina' Ilimrhinil
Milk, and! that will be It ( liilanil) niliinst othir tripITXtliilm
following 'Senior Uaguc lo ( limit' 127IliiiKh
plavcrs forget ml ( ,
Mm't'hi llnnilll/ I n m'i'ml III p lull i [ till I''glllll' lllMlllll Mllh II
fl 66 register on Satin'day, April 4, Llu In Unit HU 1IIh, 1\'lhlu!'\' (,u" MmillInii (;.nlir (ill! ulIIIIIII', I will l hi' nlilt In u...1Ihl'\, lijiiniiin In Hut inn.
At the first of the buKkitballkcason tic )League prospects register al l 8, CiulMi I Knlithl/ 7. iimlI Iliith. limn (...niieMmrlH i'.un in //lIlh'lI.I '1 llu' Inlnlim Muslims biu' IKLIIKII
the Piratts would win two the Little 11'ague Bull Park at the I inilii Muni: I I. & liiviu 1 Kill< llu ( liuMli' II HUN' "r f I In | "('d In nlxiul (one nn til h UunMUI
Id for Ifeination, And Senior La. Ilidilui I lunl' as all l'IulI.I III li.ivi'! ilc-
and lose one That piittirn hi Center June Koliind l 111'lIs\' Miltux! ...milIi K II7IIHi IIIIIIlth'SlIlIlhl'lli luiLiii' will
piost of the unlil lost pla ers at the City ,., 'h UII' irj l l"'I'II'd l by Vpill 20,
season they Kite register 'mini'litHi'nili'i 'n did the diIi /u 111.1111 n'I.n. u ill I HIM' IIIM linn .
three ktrilKht bl'foreI'lnnlng' over Ball Park, itmc wnik lor llmlieK hill' :, 1111.11. Illll (.Illlll* mine spiinit" liiiiiuiiK IHUIII: IIIMIiiliniit ---- -- -- --

Bullet In the! final regular kihedulcd mill I .:\HIIM1,11"1,1 II,imlltnnJudv Hill 110111:' 2.>HI IIMt''n* nun, Most Im' ii More Sports Page 8
game!. Until now, the! Pirates Here Ii a gond one: Two IdPC. Hi'iiiidl, mil li'nut' Viult'rvonw I I.mll'I'n"I'11010 21.
have i record of 11 wins and 8 i! lives, Spanish.Kptaklng, ofciurse, (il:kid in Mtnsi! I IIn' J\ \C, Hi li'I' II.uli in 2:HIIII -- -

losses were standing iiu-r the body nf a Me'*,'('lis did'.itnl ,''Il' V"I''h.IIII'. ..h Sirulih IliiuliriKm -
(V man named Juan Gunwales, "Hi'*' 44,27. iilttr" liiki I'" ..1I.\ .4 lns" | i II/Ir.| !/ 'r 1I.'n,," 221 blJ
Ronnie! Supp, ailing Pirate was he shot ?" Inquired the first lir Itnd and'I, III hdllinu store. I ('nil! II ilu- 242 -!r>7lilin :

siortr, is In the double figures on "I Ihienk eel was a golf gun," said The 1I1I'I''hlllll i ( iiix' ud MiIIIH ltd'\kill 204-..Mil -
\ n.12 In tin Ilihd, (iiiiitii. but Ruilih. 1:1'1I1t'1':i 175-:; :ilillIlikh
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scoring In 16 of the 19 games the other. "ButI hal eel a gulf ,
SlivinH hll'rl'II'11 i fix'n' mill tin: In AtiniKf nUll lI'n l(
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NO ROOM TOR TIm riMIKiniKN in thU Ixul that II polntH In tin. iiml. '|iiiiiriu \I hili Il"III'I'" II,,dim, IKIlol '

hrouuht in hll? haul of rid IIIISH from the North ,Mini' I IIII' Mi'iiliinN MI'I"I" only 2, .1 .null* Mill lumsiin ni IiSCOTTY

Treat I.M: 1 Frld.I,'. llunior, haM il that, despite" n rUIIlI.h'u.'\ .. -in ; Usio Biiwn I '1'1"1'11 14 |111I1"11> (HIItud i lull II. I'M'' I 1'11; fI-

of Cuml erliinil Sound, t two of t the fi>hernu wrrv >>trioiislv Mi\in while lis\| JIIIIKiiml John U\' tkill 177
I Yourself I '' Ad( mm si'in'id II: point* null, j Klihir skidmoii( 172 ;
: nmslderinfr Icsvlntf nrrho.ird a third fishe! mtn: ..
Mllmn taller iiildtd\ 2 im did Mr S|,iiullnu, im tif :2 I.I 13Ti : '"
..INII ,. N A : flit her than gitc:' up c-u-n one of t the 1P!>0 pie-luitil hiss" Kinla llreuir' HUM ( I
"Sun r.mi.'dl!: frnm 2 In U poumN. Left to rlftht llirrj' Sir.ilih SiiulvHimh
Snh'mm.: V, I I'. Svlph, and Dr. Bailey Dukvns. Im.il in- 1'mi Divli S'I'I'I'CIII( \ In lind Tit:/ / MM !HI PERFECT FORVacation
M( 11'Minisilli Mm"" 'n d"in*, 'rstininu
tir.ile anglers. I IRl'U'illll HIM'I* Slnule
0, mid Sliinon Cuinnr
To The 1\I'I'k"H i I 10,1
3. and Week-End Trips
gun?" 'I dont know (ixiullv, but luili liliml
eel make hulu) In Juun" 'Pirates Play First llriner Jiininl i knliJit, Llnd'iGroll'r | Illkh Stuihh SliiKleml .
sure a With the
Thrills
VeryFinest unil Jmv :N: illw did IIII'I (" Undue 241lliiny I and Fun
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Tensive \\mk fir,' SUVIIIH while'
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I I Ctuiih Vavnc Benncr'i B tuimcunit Game In Group Karen Grumir' Susie Fitnili An.elle Kltbw SkldnnNO 220IliKh :! of a Lifetime !
I lipI Ith a fine roc'ird of 10- I Skipper Hit Cruxilird. llndii IIIHT! SliiKlCm .
4 fur UK- Mason. Hairy 1I1'eI II i Jones and Lois Ann \aiiznnl (I'd'the '
j 'I diit; 211,1( I
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the tup itonr with 121 polnls Tourney Tonight dclinshc VMirk' for :the Mil: -SEE IT TODAY AT-
Buddy dl l'ldl'r :254I ::;
Hank Bdilty stored 80 Ben I Hice I jihaul9. "
I Mike t'l mla 252I
67, and Mike Conner 64 Richard
1 BY CIRT CORDON | Thtirndny nliilit the luipuo will I hrralcb Triple
Nobles scored 69 before be.
I points lkh play lo Irrmimlma, In the K.AC. Soitt:
37 MODELS FROM 16 Through 33' Ing promoted to the A team The Fernnndma Drain! Pirate Junior Hlch c\m. for anoiherI !1 IIIXT Triple
I nre In Green One' Spring* to nttr Trailer Sales
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MOST ADVANCED SAFCTfIIYUNO I dnuhh'hl'ach'r K\C will! pin Hieulic No 4 :3057Hllih Scotty
IN IOAIINUTITO ( I I We talkd to Larry \Veslcy carlkr the Group 3, Class A. BivkilhnllTmirnami \" MeitliiinlH In llu. tint! mimwllli ', Scratch lrlilcnnur |
If You
Are Interested
tins \ll''k about bust'ball 'nt heKinnltm lonliililiiniimlina '
some '
SUuni |pl/l'IIIII|; | lliiilien In
lludiltn 6 11iJ..illlllll'
TIIATID TO In A Fine Quality} names for the Fernamlina Biuh will pia iv' Oriinue Park tin nlnliluipLI Williummin (6211 T C. Adkins
miVlNI TODEDO fcfUNOUS Fibre Glass Boat Pirates Olid the comiMiillnn hmlto / I Iin the llrst 1 name with Hie wlnmrnirolini ,
ATTACKUNIQUAUED ;,\falh: \\DI\fiS: I1.II'IIo'C'1I j John Hi i kilt\ 1,1(1Illllh (
SEE THEVEGA Kit around lo fin'II) ill. LjrryKays Pnlatkn I the topsiedidilium 3 2111 llihfdvre Auntie I'Jione
/ II j jbin I IIIHI' IrlpltInnim 2i1il7lKUtNVNDINA ( : &
t POIClATTtMANIHIP \ on .l-rlil.iv nitlit.
Larry Booth his big MlbmkdurlnK '
I 2 I IMi 1. '
21IN 1 in* )1111 M'l! -
tht hns In the othtr npinliiK pame ltd. '
past R'ason. linxs| : UKUII. FKA.
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'11 hunts 1 2 Him ill d VMImui l lilllbillMrl
HOKI> OUTHOARI (.f solns to Nor Hi anilliu or Miami Its will play Grein Cine Siiln| s, K,\ 0 :I I II Ilidilui, liTlll

POWER OPTIONSSportsman's fur Ms tiilliKC fimlball buini I with Hie wlnmr pliulnii Si, AIIMIS -- -- .-- -. ____ ___ 0-- --- ---.-.- *-j
IChKIII III 111 a fine ball pldverlu tine In the sttnnd liume on Friday I -

that buy, Weslij' Inlormid un nlthtCuiili. I
(hut Bin'111 Mill be In thu VulliSoiilli Bob Stovers' I'iinlis will .
Wharf AIl.SI'lr Ki(:olbnll game utCaliiLSVillc i i b(' I Inking a sriiKon rui( >rd of II
In AnnustWymuii wins and 8 IIISMK Into Hie tinunu-
tt minlCoaih. WINNING .POHrS SCOKED HI m NASCAR SANCTIONED COMrtTITKM
ADJACENT TO FLORIDA MARINE
: Stover will nmrc thin _
WELCOME STATION lIugh,8 siivs there U a Iliktly itdrt Hdinlc\ I'nflll; Ht iinlir,
possibility of an Inrlipindint bisketbnll -
EXCLUSIVE' FACTORY OUTLET tuiiiiuinii being staKid In with Mike Lixk nml :Kiiluiul: Sippas : I liO RL
forwards, and Uiniiy" I Alvtmzand I "" .,ur,
the Yulee gjm, .n>mv time In. Richard Sihomus movlni) Inat _...". ,. .,4" f ,>. '
the guard position Alvtmz and ",. ,
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Schomas have sliown cnnsldiruhli fIIWICtI > .
1 In;pro\emcnt' In the past few I ((1083 SEASON)

FERNANDINA BEACH !games and are pushing! some of
the regulars at the start,ng/ notd.
| lions Steve Beckett and Ted blcg-!! '

JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES" are usually the starter 'j''j't'r
i Another tournament In this area :
{ will be the Clans C Tourney to be PERFORMANCE
sinned Friday and SjtiniUiy nights'1

In the Yulee !g\m I Vulie will plavKctbtdic
Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men I IKiglils on Fridiy niuhl

with I the winner plnyliiK' llillluidon
Saturday night fur the Omup I
Suburban title, '


Machine George's Shop T IDE S Propane Gas Co.IIERVI I Murih-- -We- -hope- to be mire ill'tinHe 1 1% />

: on I he date In Hie near futmeir I 1/
:' G ALL < *
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2 N. FRONT ST. at JETTIES YOt.R: SfE.)8: ) IN SprinK ousihiill IralniiiK bdJnx WIN E

: lure on Minh 21 whin AlliilaC ,
Mac.hine Wor.k ;i1
Add SO Minut" r.r p SES h'irlotic nnd Wilson hilUiymiiinport '

Welding, Brazing for !duly hisslmm; III take ,
M. R r.nandina Harbor 7 Sout h 7 I h S t. plaic duly For aliout a month IH '
epolr I \
261.Ul1I: ;
PhB"e
fine I the luum ikpiiit lor their (
Special Srrvlce To HIGB LOW risptclive liiiKiieiiA. /
Shrimp Trawlers .-' .. .I .
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All Work Guaranteed .'riday, Feb. 2 The Kiiidiiilina U uch Ilrulm\ I

Open 8 a.m, to 5 p.m, 9:00: a.m. 2:52: a.m. PHOTO SHOP will sessions'open Mond.y spiniH:;II: :loolljall Hie: hiKh:pitieliie HiluolpruilKC :: ; I 'il \

Monday Thru Saturd Y 91: p.m, 3:17: p.m, Rull I'rorellll'lln' In.Id, mull U'jyne Hi n. ';
Phon. DI, 281.1711 Developlnr & I'rlntlnrNlht hl'llnll''
ncr has hopes if luviim a .
Zlt.U3I S II l ur d.ay, 1'b, 29 I
Kodak Film the end of the '
focibtil! game at J 1'I .\
9:1J:: am. 3 :: 6 a.m, Photo Suppll"B training sessions '

10:01 p.m, 3:57: p.m, Movle.Colred & ReluJar fe '(r -tr ; }

E W I S E \\ fddlnlfll The Pirate baseball schedule Is ,
S un d. I'arf h 1 '
Paik
IIY, with
Portrait. b, ApPolntmlnt Onl7"Porcelainize" taking shape, Orange!:

10:1G: a.m. 49,! n.m. StudiO!! At 504 ARh St. and sihulile Green .to\Tin I' Snrlnus I'lralen hllpl'ulriiulv/ to
on : | '
p.m, 4. 6 I.m. Phone 261.4586 play about tiijlil uuims durum Hit

LASTS 3 OR 4 TUIES Ionday, Iarrh 2 short nasilj.ill caol1II/ the high /

LOER: / TJlAN JOr.2: a.m. 1):01: lI.m. Rowland's hihonl: I 64 FORD :

ORUI'iARY: WAX JOn
l1W: p.m, 56: ] I.m. UPHOLSTERY


LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesda)', Iarfh ::1 NEW r .\ :I4 I';) I'1R -

CO. 11:2J: a.m, 5:14: lI.m. "fJ'III'1(

11 ::5J! p.m, 5:55: p.m. tlK ': !
S, 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 NEW "FAT ('IIVtlllWedne"day :
Iarrh Ford has just won Motor Trend's "Car of the Year"
6:301l.m. How Ford You a.tter
: FREE ESTDIATES facing Helps Bring

Goang FIS h.ang? 12:10: p.m, 6:39: p.m. We Pil'k Up and Ddiwr Award, with a special. citation saluting Ford's total- Car racing: Most is a automotive valued laboratory ngmeers, For will example tell you, ..

: Thurlda)' March 5 I II performance proved in open competition track competition, led directly to these Ford
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,' Visit UII For Porter & L ovequls t eng,ne changes, better block, improved pi*
Complft. I.lne 01 1-: : a.m, J.O: a.m. General Contractor'Flshlnlt The durability, road a bill Iy, going.power and stop tons, improved valve tram, stronger/ connecting\
rods and bolts,
Tarkle 12 :,)) p.m. ::28 p.m. SPECIALTIES ping power that I led Ford to victory t after f victory are
Such contribute to Ford
Rod" Campln. Reet. Frld'IYlarch! 6 PI.Wllfm\rnIlKI STI(' "'l"IU'AI r.Outcloor :" (; the same traits you want for your daily driving! winning, track improvements record, and to total performance I

I Equipment 1 ::34 a.m, 8:14: a.m. ("l"TOI! R "IL CA 1 fTS: i Come in, test.drive a total performance winner! in your everyday driving,

1 ::4G p.m. 8:22 p.m. "1T( 'im\1 : 'TH ii i

FIR EST 0 N E Complete Showroom I

BEACH SUPPI.Y 1'Id.. Cow1e." For Color CoordiMtion I tot .0. ..

.12 Atlantle AY. 2S1.UU eo.n o.odetlc I,,"" Phone 261.3068 TEST-DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S




FUN IN THE SUN Tfl F P1 J .1 ( F.1J
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News From ,ITT SAVg .'



I The Rec Center Bowlerettes BY Work ASCIE of DREW S.18 / V/ilA / BEEP I 4r11 I

1 INNIII
BT SANDY SANDRO Totalw
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TJltJl: DAY, FEBRUARY rib I Tap Class In the Auditorium at noddy Kilowatt 40 21 Rum/

Plajjrhool In the Came noon I I3 30 p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr Beach Bar 31 32 511RO
Intermediate Ballet Clam In the Land & Willlnm 28 35 SMrfiSlUdden
at 8'30''.m.. Carolyn VizearrondoadulP ,
leader. 'Auditorium at 4:30: p.m" Julanne I LaMs 27 38 50341
Owens, Instr High Trnm, Games
Advanced Ballet Class In the And I
tori''tm at 3 30 p.m? Julanne I I Barbershoppers In the CalferenteRoam ( il/d Oven, Inrlr.Rehearsul < at t:Utt p m Loud & WHIInms 2tarlUdilin QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDr000LS1 a y r
Pain lug for Leisure in the Clul ( Lanes 2-134 i
for FFR\A\DI\\: Room high Ind. Gumps, Steck'LB 88 PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 29TH
at 7 30 W/Hcp
I :
B M.LPT In the Auditorium at 4 30 psi. ] _
pm. *J ul mine Ovens. Instr'Uifc.r.Clilzdu Men and Bns Health flub In I Trace Joyce 5B2 W MM'sRla' arose INC COPYHIOMT l'I"
Club In the C ou- the Health (lub Itioni they; and I II I I Carolyn Row hind "jfll SIRLOIN

{evening I molt, Ullom> 511 ... .. ... ._
R
f K m at 7:13: pm. I I ". -
:::' 'U Seoul Pack \... 171! Blue and Atlantic Avenue J Playground. sup, : Lynn Sheffield 52'l(, I cea k LI, 88'y .. _:.. -- _.i.< }.L.I:.... _.
(w, HfliKHHt, In the Auditorium At crvlw-d play, 3:30-3:30: : pm., )L)01) t: I High Train Game .
iNannty, :"bach Bar till
', InsirVEDNFSDY
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IS.fJh: Land & Williams f ; FULL CUT BONCLES ROUND
4Hodden
> 100
MUD and BOYI' Health Club in UlRCII 4th. Lone EJJ: I,7!. Extra Stamps
the health Club Room, day and I
Woman Club In the High I'ul. Game Steak.
et\t'TtrE.Allumic. i Nursery I LB 881 <'
Avenue Playground, sip>'I Club Room 9 0J(.II:Jl am. Carolyn Carolyn Rowland r:*I, \v WHEN YOU BUY ONE 4LB. BONELESS {

revised play 3.30-5.30 p.m., Dun Vizcarrondn, adult leader Velma Hodge 1f111( BONELESS ROUND SWIFT'S PREMIUM'
VI Suriano
> Instr Ceramics Class (ages U14 Ir 11111 .
ionmjy'
I I
the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m.
IjRlDll. FEBRIART Will, Hank Sides Instr Classic Roast. LB 88 CannedGr. Ham ;
Adult .
Ceramics Class In the Ceramics I
Demonstraton Club Begoners'
comp
; -'I .....
Room at 7:30 p m Hank BONELESS TIP .
Class In ? SIRLOIN 1 -
SlI'lnll the Con. .. ele' L....
Sides, Inter ,
Itren('e Room( at 9:30: a'mHI Bowling League .
)) and Silt grail Fua Club la the I Men and Rnvs' Health Club It: I Roast LB. 88
A iH tDi-liim at J.:30 p iii. 'be Health Club Komi day an" BIIFNRV ELLIS' SWIFT'S PREMIUM
Qt'rScout'Ceranrlcs Class In 'tin I evening I
Atlantic Avenue Playground, sipervlsed \\uk of 2.20 BONELESS RUMP ,
,1
Art liiim at 113: pm. (Hank I Can !
h ,! Club In the Game! Rum JnntrTHIRSBAY. I Team SlanfllnlC'V I. Pin I Roast LB. 881
tit 713pm.M : I MVKC1I Mil No 3 G'I' 'nn'I Sinrlnlr 39 18 26:'18 941
n and Buy Ilj-tJH/ Qul lathe I |No :2 B & /II rnlerprlsrs : FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN 4 LB, $2
IIl'al.h. Club nourn. day and Plaj'school In the Game Room at 34 23 24W ': CAN ,
'1'\'l"IIilt1. f 30 I m.. Carolyn \ieairondoadult No Haddrn/ Lanes 33 24 25'140''So. ''
: leader 1 Western Auto 18 3)! 24TUlllKh Beef 5 pBG.. $198'u
-- 0Wt'EDth'... FEBRUARY 21lh Special Double S(.. lon Ballet In Team, Camel .

a. Puppet Theatre "lagis 11.3In the I the, Auditorium at 10 03 am. Juljanae HartdLn lanes 1551 ,. yW..
C Club R urn at 10:30:: a m., Faith I Owem, Imtr I Glum Slnclilr 1473 50 Extra iW Green Stamps
Advanced Ballet and Tie Clas
UrtiKn, Inter.Puyt't B 8cI/ Fnlerprlscs 1441
I la the Auditorium at. 3:30 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
: : Theatre (ages .-12> lit p.m. Illlih Ind 3 Games I
Julanne Ovens. Instr | Row( //l llckn TO ONe ty LI r>Ks n TASTI O' /6A
the Club Room at 11:30: a ra Kaiib
Drill on, Instr Retearsat' for ISRNANDINA: :'/ < Henry Fill 5f i>8 Fish Slicks
BALLET In the Auditorium at 4:30 1
i : 1 Larry Flint 553
Teen Club In Die Game Room at 1 Avai 0000 TH.u hanuAaV It'H
: 7:30 pm?, Julmne Owens, Inter. lllKh, Tram Game I L
-- : pmWin and Bfys Health1 Club In Men and BOM Health{ Club In I Haddin Lanes S2 1II i e AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
= Ithe I Health Cub; font) day and Glenn Sinclair SIS I '
the Heilth Club Room, day and
evening |evening/ I B & /11 Fntcrprlxcs 491lllKh
= Atlantic Avenue Playground sup Ind Game
= SLNDAY.: MARCH tee ervlsed .play, 3.30.J.39 p.m., Don Roger: Haddcn/ :205''

Lutheran Church Meeting In theM I:Nanney' Instr I II I Larry! Flint 202 ''' "" ySO Extra *1* Green Stamps
Henry Fills 200
Conference Room at 11.00 a.m. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

.:: MONDAY, MARCH 2ndTeen I Peck High Hosts I II II Roger Henry! High Ellis Haddcn!Scratch Bowlers 200-WS 20'5'-570 I: \) 5th BIG WEEK ODNr ensicedeRO==N 'LLIIURY'
= Chicken
Ballet and Toe Class In the 1
I I
.::. Auditorium at 3.30 pm., Julanne Basketball Tourney larry Flint 202-515 TO REDEM YOUR oaoo TNRU Funuorr aerN
Cecil HodRP 551':
': Owens, later I
j-ri I Archie Smith 105 930 ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID AT ANY WINN DIXIE
COUPONS FOR BEAUTIFUL 22
w Beginners Ballet Class In the February 27- 29 I ? d
Utah Average Bowlers I
1!
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Auditorium 4 S8 p m Julanae 1831 -
__ Owens, InatrCeramics ? Roger Haddcn ) : CURRIER & IVES '
The Group IV. Class "B" north.I Cecil Sludge! 183' Y Ice MI LK.
: Class (ages 9 11)) In the I
urn division banketbull tournament Larry Flint J x
= Ceramics Room 3.30 Hank 1671 ..
at m ,
p -- .
will be held February 27 29 In the I Richer Sklrimnrc! 160 DINNERWARE ;
Sides Instr 0 I Peck School 50 Extra <;W Green Stamps
... High gymnasium Standings a* of 2.13 ,
Jaycees la the Conference Ream School. to participate are: Mac.I Teams ., REG. 4 9f WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
HI at 7.00 p.m I clenny, Green Cove Springs. Croon I High triple AND OTTO BARGAINS
39 ONI fKOltM HOWUO JOHNSON
Adult and Teen Ceramics In the I I City O'Brlen. Live Oak Lake Butler .I I Glenn Rim'lair 1:;;,CfikdivlduaU Chocolate

-o. Sdis Ceramics; Insir Room *4 7:30: p.m Hank Feriandlna. Shake.'Trenton Callahan, and 1< High Plus ;,*//" Green Stamps Y2 GAL I GOOD THKU FrseunV Cake I.ns

Inland Sqwrtl Club fat the Audi.! I| listed Is the schedule I : average AT ANY .
o, below game, Cecil Hodge 183 I : WINN DIXIE
torlum at 7::30 p.m. 13
lien and Boys Health Clubr hi Sossltsi: N.. I. Thursday night Roger Haddcn High triple.. 113 I ..,
the Health Club Room day end 1, Cross I
p m? game City vs Cecil Hodge BS5
evening Callahan i girls i. Larry Mint 9241 I h ""II"IISO
:
Atlantic Avenue.Playground sap ., game 2, Lake Butler vs An hit Smith 5"B SAVE m. EACH STANDARD (Limit; 3 with $5. food order, ) : ".'
_i rrvlsrd play 3::30 ISO pm Doa I lTrenwa (boys); HUH Single Extra C.v/ Green Stamps

.:. Nancy: Insir 8 p.m., !game.3, O'Srll'n's.. Teen I B 5111 Enterprises 53" WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

TtEMHV. MARCH 3rd.r tB( ; High Single TomatoesSAVE 303 CAN 9 I "K". .Fen r0
p .m. game 4, Live Oak vs 1 Roger Haddrn ii'lI Whiten
r xj Tlayschnol In the Game Room I Callahan clays'. I I kit'her Skidmore 213 'fi Acre Peas

at 9 ao a.m.. Carolyn -VlzcarrwiUo,)I Session No. 2, Friday morning ,|I Buddy Doland 232 \14( EACH"". (IBBY'S TOMATO (Limit 2 with $5. food order) GoosTuNU FranuaNV2/r0
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adult leader :
i t t Green Cove vs
am. game I I AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Ilispllal Auxiliary Luncheoa In 'Macclenny i girls i;; 24 r +l 4(
the Auditorium U: ou..l:30: pan 10 a.m'r game <, Cross City vs Bowlerettes Standings Juice. 46 CAN 19 II I I I
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I Week ol 2-21 :
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BY ANG1E DREW I SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID (Limit 10 with $5 food order) ,.-, ""'
Trial' 50 Extra rD. Green Stamp

: A SUPER MARKET i Kilowatt 41 W 23 L 538B9 FtBitlilv ... Eva Mi Ik I 10 ::':'\. WITH THIS COUPON. AND PURCHASE OF
TALL CAN
f Reach Bar 34 32 5ni71,: P I F OmlOoi Ju THSMFTV( MAID
battles lane 2'J 37 52172!! Apple Sauce

IN YOUR HOME Land & Williams Tram, 3.GamrtHdddin 28 38 521'1U'! l llliltk '' SAVE 60: EACH DELSEY (Limit 2 with. $5 food order) 1" _GOOD AT ANY THnu 'WINN''.UA...DIXIE","

Lanes 2.>M 25
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i I Beach Bir 2197 :: .0;
m'(Itv Kilowatt 242.1 T.'I.
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I I lllKh IU SG.mii W/1It'p. I I

Vf'lmaludll8/ ; 573 .
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Judy Hollcy 549 i j 50 Extra 4M; : Greca Stamps
Angle Drew
: 5311 | WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
1, High Team Game I
11" Haddcn Lanes 81* 1 ONe S.Ll Ha. CRACKIN. GOOD
<< =i rr Beach Bar 1170 I I Bars
.. Retldy Klnwatt 8611 MOUNTAIN GROWN WINESAP BAKING POTATOES Ton
I GOOD PimuAR/>TH

;.. BIG 12 FT. CAPACITY ,I,Carolyn Venn' linden Rowland High lad Game 184 1511': ,'I' Apples I Russets 2d AT ANY_WINIV_ .DIXIE SfffiKl I

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; VI Suriano lid i I

r SAVE 10, DEEP SOUTH
I Starke (boys), : i *

199 Ham,, same 7. Feraindina. Mayonnaise Qt 39
I Live: Oak f iRirl>: 5 IB, 49 I 10-59'
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SAVE I2 ,
I. 12 pm? came 8. Fl'rnaadlna \'. BAG x < LIMIT 2 PLEAS;:

Green Cove iboys. I. j Astor Oil 1 't't25t e
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I Sri loa) N. 3, Friday nfUrwwn I II
1 1:20: p.m., game 9. Lake lllh'r'' i DIXIE DARLING
in, \ .lnm>r of mm Nn. 1:
2 I 2:30: p no., si me 10, 0'Hrlen M. ,I :. Raisin Bread t 2S8 fz, 19I *
GENERAL Inner of game No 2;
ELECTRIC 3:30: pas. giro 11. SlaiU' ,'s. ;
I'winner of !game Nn. 1:I: I II I /
: p.m., /game U Mnccli'any ,,
:E: CHEST FREEZER I' u htm;::r of game Nn, 4. I I 1 1 1/

I'I'I T SeRRINn p.m name N*. 4, 13 Friday. whiners night of I I e 1 M XWEII t ZSRgj

1 names No 5 and t; i 'HOUSE
!- Fait freeit anywhere 0 Coeater-l.iiee4' lid I 6 p.m. gjmc 14. winners of. : I '

'In toot cms>.......). Ofxnt from "maids games No 6 and 1V( ; ,
M out S p.m., game IS. winners of t I *I i
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Up to 420 of 4qj
tarns No. 7 and 11: | 1 1 1 1 } %
...4 ..... > H. 1 1 1
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: exterior tweeting Anll pm., game U v.Uu 'ri o( :p...
I lI'H Nn. 8 and I I 12 t m |
I'l'ulnn! No 5. Sat irdiy afternoon In New Easy Open Can J Vac Pecked CoHeo Von Comp'a Blue' or White Arrow } Improved Tide

-.We Also Have On Hand A Selection of consolation) I Astor Coffee: j Maxwell House Pork ,& Beans DETERGENT i
3 Other Sizes of Freezers Including the I 2. p 13 m?and lame 13: 17. losers ef uiinwaMo ; : j j DETERGENT

Z Upright Models 3 p.m? game 11 l IISTI cf m tip* '' SAVE 4< 1 LBCAN J SAVE 8< 1 1-LB, CAN SAVE 5'/2 300 CAN GIANT BOX SAVE 1J< j SAVE 2I< GIANT f TKG<

l'I1n, 14 an.I1fI.1 1Snwlim i I i I
S... 8, S it"i-div I
aitllll

:\\t; I Five Points Grocery I I 730 p m cluinpinnHhln, game 11 )ulnncri of I I I II

names. No 13 and H: I 5969 9

,t And HardwareSadler I games 8:111: p Na m?14 Rime and 111 20 winner of: 48i5&1 1i

r Tournament cxrdinilr Is FTTompklns I
= Road At Five Points of Starke: the host I I'I i
= (Perk High! School principal I I. i i
= PHONE 261.5205w ,, Your Choice !Limit ant can with $5.00 order Umlt 3 with $3' food order {
I w ? 'I Williams D Hlrks. Sr., Md tM eeavh :M W'I OJ i_ a or more- I I wIth $3 order-0 or mart J Llm't' '_I_ with $5 order! or more






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\vs.LoaaYr' ( Fornnndinn! era( ('n, Florida I Thursday( : February 27,1961!)( Page Nine i
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Sub-Teen Club A Place To Have Supervised FunBY I Teen Club Talk -- -- timel Smith Mike Il.vlanl., Duane I GIIHH Dawn Gaicia, Nell l Cook, Sur

FBHS Honor Society Itll\\IlInd, Mike line !Diane Poole, ,| Him'ker. Bat ArseinniM; Linda AU

SANDY DcSANDKO BY JANICE SHE ATTI Holds Induction of I'ent I'eiilon, Laura Lathrop I Ian, John Uuvls, Monica Brook, I
I I Louise Kaney, Skipper Hill, Kathy Mike Piknla I Tracy Johnson, Jimmy .
I It also announced that only I
Each Friday evening from 7 to 111' I was New Members FridayThe Hardec, Ida Until Hall, Janelle I Mildull
10 p.m. buys and girls of the The Teen Club of our city Is, sin Is owed on the juke box, which .. ., .. -
seventh! and eighth grades enjoy a after about, two yearn, going to gel the club Is In (the process ot boy Golden Me I (h.ipler' of the
*,..II.suJH>rvlsfd evening of recreation Mimelhlng clone: We arc very: orRanled lag' Another of the projects Is put. \nlioniil Honor Smielhml Ilk Induetion r
I and Intend; to efficiently ling COUKIC| tile on the ceiling of circinniu rrnliy, afltniiHuiin ,
Upon arrival l. all sub-teens checkin complete our piojccts as I'K.nII/ Hie !game room at the renter Each the ill rill: Kchnnl unit to non 'I I lie
by tinning an attendance roll possible In order to suit' many piece of Ilk hears the name of a band plnvod u piotc'Ksiun' II hll,!(' N
and noting their time of arrival more. student I who might have once been 'the robed, Sutiloi Honor Solely n0 ri A J
The <( except with their parents or guard- llh the flub, I Last Saturday, Wayne Saumlcrs, lighted candles WItN A .
lana; boys are permitted to sign a 'llevo! It Is Inrder 'committee (chairman Donald Jar Diane Ix-rtli gave I lie devnlmn
out. but may not come back duringthe t&l to name Its obs, Jimmy Itlrrt, Ray Rowe, and The weletimt' mliliesH' wits: corn
evening | officers. They Mike\ 'Inlu'ml't with George MeMahan. Iby I Pirslilrnt. Ted, 'III, tar! Mi., Hun
Many activities are available, / e 'e, e Mike Kl.ila, I a local carpenter, lo rib : liilrodnied;, the guest sHiker| Move into
such as various kinds of dancing! i I I ,- ri'Hldenl: Char. I I tin roof In order to lielp to finish Houston bouts| | mipi'ivi.nr i ,i. ,
plus! pong, television, quiet games, i w m' os Bumsct\ this pic'jeit' ond.irv HI hllll. :Nassau l'niiim \
and conversation resilient! : FredlUhnil Next I a treasurer report was Supp| | spoki on ""III" 11111111 s In that long ,
The purpose of the sub-teen club ', Irejsiir- Chen liv Fret Micliiiol, Mho repented I1UI'III'eIII'y: I'lelimd late tin
la to give the boys and girls of our i I 'r and commit- that' we have $63 l In our I four qualilii'nluniH tar mimb'r" awaitedhome _
community organized In school e o 'halt'I11'n, I I treasury, ship: liHusliii. | haunter, lend _
activities, church activities, and to i iubblc Becton, I I Will, at every miellng those In l'I'Mhlauel\ Ken If(' As :Ned'; Ty suit Mrtl
I certain extent at home a placeto t.,",,1"11'a", Laura Lat tlrup always the had point, where some. called I hell mums, the new mem of -
go which ucll-supcrvlsed., but l. phone: Donald J.icchs. d'eOl'atioIlR: one Is corrected cut mime mUilemcunnr lara acre nslieied to the lime liv
not over organized A place where .i Ray Rune. cll'aI1UIll1et; Janice I This lime It's 'filid 1 pennies' old. mi'nitn'I'l. Ted "SeKi I led. tin;'
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the Individual Is permitted to chose \'OMI.VlbKltOKKKK.s: ) : earn Friday evening at the Sarah\ publicity, These people In the juke box So all you old mid new iiieiiibeiK" In the Honor your own
the activity he or she desires to make up the rxocnthc bonidSponsors out'! Society |,iltdgiUav \ >.
that Seilinish
participate In. Sub-Teen Club. l Buhby i Smith ( left) and Carl Rich haw I I lii.vs! Just cut Your litimi ofI/ home of your own curt came ttlori-
are Dnnuld NanncySandy Mr DeSamlro Is reported t tI to have Laugh; pinidpal, then ,'11\
Volunteer workers, Bobby Smith chalked up an many' as 40) hours each Their duties include DI'Salldrolnet/ Mrs. Ralph I said;I that: mi>onc taught:; ;: doing such: : phasi/ed In "the student bud the ouslv t 1'11IO:' Ikt' A low-rost Homo Loan from iw

and Carl Rich have given respectively spinnintr recordvmceeinR./ sellinir" crackers und Wood, who Is a representative from will be subject lo suspension (from I taken duce! nf (the financing. Terms arranged to
honor of brine In tinHonor Sule'
forty-eight and forty-two peanuts Miuer\ Urns; check-in. und handling equipment the local Women's Club. I the teen club and the lU'cicatlon
hours of service to the Recreation distribution. I Center' |II Iv lie Misruled swords tu the suit your htt'omciFernandina!
February 18 a general meeting I
Department to date. Smith Is a Ihieo MCI\ 'II tit'Mm'ship, Klnnllhl
sort of disc jockey He takes requests '* 1e. ,(( was held at the Recreation Center I That's a sour note' to end on lent I IItTT M.irgio I Kiusiliert, Jimmy Bird,
announces numbers, and with nbmit 50 l tease picM-nl. ]Mrs I iniil TI'cSI'J.'r\ !, He ('IIII |I'lIlullI"1i: Federal
MC'i. Rich works the check-in Slinltz was present as a guest. She I Until I gel enough news to willc IAII Wilson mi lielnu 'one of (lie, top
table where, In addition to supervising suggested a project of selling 'another column. So lung tin In the Hl.ile In Ih,' Itchy Crocker
the checklng-ln, he sells (toothbrushes which are manufactured ('J i nk'sl" 1 he m w cult) old mem.lied Savings & Loan Assn.
crackers and peanuts, checks out e by SIi nlev I limn1 Products, TO ELIMINATE: : STEAM: hit I the stage' while the bindplaul
equipment, and makes ilmnge for tyd F Kor every liNt' we hell, we would I when taking a bath, run call! 202 Atlantic Avenue
the Coke machine.The 1 as earn $35. She will meet later with I water Into the tub first Then add The new members aie ..IndvVruiuken
club membership now totals J the executive board on tills subject hot water Laura Smt'ii'.eii, :Mar: :

134 Last,t an summer Increase the over patio the, where past year the Y....... ... r............ .....8.. .. .. ... ...... .......

dancing takes place, was roofed ht, .
Sub-teens found It a vast Improvement .
over trying to crowd Into the
game room In case of bad weather. .

Plans for the future Include possible !
denied In of the patio area,
Recreation uepartmcnt Supervisor : FOR 1964 MOTOROLA"INTRODUCES :

for the Sub.Teen Club are (Hank ,
Sides and Don Nanney, Parents arc .
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Invited to visit the Sub-Tccu Club


any, Friday APPLE evening DATE : WIDE SPECTRUM STEREO HI-FI :

Sprinkle Inside of cored apples .
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"wth| cnnamon( : stuff with chopped 1 .

fresh dates, drizzle with honey and I DURING A TYPICAL FRIDAY EVENING at the Sub-
tot with a 1 lump of butter.t Bakebastiag I Teen Club, left to right Jake Austin, Sheri Thomas, Mike 11
Serve featuring
occasionally.
warm |
with sour, cream or Ice cream Jones, Carmen Vann, Clint Rich, and Pat Pendleton Here i j !
I caught In their most photogenic poses. Each Friday c

SHORT LIFE night at the Recreation Center frame room, the members
-Orangutans zoos, where they of the Sub-Teen Club gather to have fun under the supen I
are often restricted to cages and Ision of Recreation Department representatives
get little exercise, live for an av. '' !
erage of about four years. Thus ii Compressionaire S.i
orangutans do not breed often In Around YuleeBY
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captivity, Life span of a free orangutan Happenings
is estimated at 50 or more I

-year ---- --, -- -- ANDY MEAD :! I @] \ I ll I I II'III I :

I We played Hilliard Friday nIght. f Hornets and sank

oir Virtogrien AT Hill lord by 6 point just about every |, 111 .. .f
Although: won ..,w.a II om I ii
real thing he shut t lr :
6i-5( thc Hornets put up a : 4 fiJliJ
Five Points. Grocery & Hardware [ocd tight: Mallory Wilder led Hie Rigor make IS Strkklam points f i liii


got mar 14 Murray with tier't La t : I r0l Jill :


netting Larry 13 Bennei each Stereo sound that challenges comparison :

Gary Copps hit' fJ.-'r. .. .. with bass so rich it sounds full-bodied and'
!.12 points fur IIII- .
I \lined Our Junior Varsity lust by I: vibrant even when the volume is turned down .
erne point In overtime Larry Rob
iiiMin was the high Hornet! scorer low .
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with 16 points. Judy Little and Ron
I Skrltrn wire next with 11 each, I. The secret? Motorola's three channels: of .
Hi\cnl Tucker got 8 and Frank
Taylor S. sound output, as many as 11 matched and i :

I !yatiu'day night we played our : balanced Golden Voice speakers, the Feather
:: linmeinminK( !game I Buy! What a ? .
I sup is; end a seusnn. Tallahan wanthe Trac tone arm, and Compressionaire Bass. i .
vinsilv game Roger Stritkluml / ;
I I was the games oiitslandlnil' scorer We invite you to hear the difference for .
with 24 Calliihan alas won
A. Mtt I the 1) itume.pninls lorry Koliliisiin netted yourself. Bring in a favorite record and let us / rata : :

HI pninls Inr the lloinrtH., it for Motorola's Wide /
play you on Spectrum Model SK1W
t Our group liuiiiameiu' will ht.utHlduv .
a I night' with a game. with Sound System featuring Compression- Btautiful value! Handsome conioli pennies wilnut .. .
Keystime 1 Hi-iulilH. If we win that veneers and select hirdwoodtollds. Feather '
1 fbtlrw lone, well play llilli.ud: The tcinin.inunt '. afire Bass. We think you'll agree your Trie ton srm, diamond sapphire .
will be held III Tutee" this stylus, and Compmilontln/ But.Comprtstlonalre.
"' 1 year, I record never had such a big "live" $3 3995 .

: Our niimieiirniiiu parade wax sound before, even when the volume i is :
uncoiled hmuiso' of ruin It was '
Nihednled for Friday, The Ilmno. turned down low. **/, .

(coming (dance right alter the game Bass
was a big success. I II Come in and judge yourself today. D A dynamic low rang bwui speaker Is mounted .
4' "'" ."La.",.,,,-,, 10'". eosr i1'>",.,.,.,.0''.II'C'' wa I The homecoming quern II ViinnirEthridgc. I II behind a special" acountlcal panel that .

number of kids it holds I Larry Bmnttt Is Mr ciunon compression of the air In front of the
The Unmet I II f speaker aa the speaker cone moves back and .
I was invited lo a Millie C'humIM ,I II D forth when It Is encrgin" by low musical .
has been settled.The I ,'r of (','rnnwr'e miitinH, Tliiiu- y+ pamagcs. Ile ult, bam that's rich and vibrant
never .
day niuht Kilnuarv 2lllh. and th'y"re even at low volume.MOTOROLA, .
really on the ball! Mr llagins: e .
Volkswagen Station Wagon II a good lour feat t shorter thalrmun I for the tnnimillie lo MCiDlxiut I .

than conventional wagons. Yet it holds more than the biggest the availability of land/ for o 1

wagon you can buy. (Herbert, stop that thin. minute1!! ulce Ri-ireuttun" Center, gave his ,

It holds on ormy of kids. Or eght adults. None of them report pumped' He hut They some. also I very. discussed promising i i

skinny the seals' are live feet wide. All of them tall: the seats' the drawing up of a brochure that .' '

ore higher than in conventional wogont. (Herbert, don't you I would be made available to people, 1
dare!) telling all about Yulo'I' A wekomccomniUUc .

Yoke out the middle ond rear seats, and you can carry a was appointed to make .
horse (Wait Ijllilell I lather1!! new titi/cns of Ylllc'e feel welcomeThe
seesaw, a slide, a rocking your .
commiiue members liuludc1Ua'ter .
and can still carry bigger, bulk t' '
Keep the rear seat in you '! T Johnson Laurence Iligglnbotham .
things than you could in a conventional wagon. A crib, or a and /Balrman. Jim I: .
ATTENTION !
baby carriage A chest of drawers standing! upright.\ An open Mend: I II I
/ the wide, side doors 1 S'ukrVolunteer' Fire I 1) ',
The <
They fit comfortably through .
playpen. I II .
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONL YWith The :
(Herbert)! I partment him II tfund>,drive on strut I _
All the way bock, behind the rear eat, there' room for 9 the slogan Is "A fenny A !Day Purchase of Any Motorola Stereo In This C)
The idea In fur-flip ptnplu" in the
10 of luggage Easy to load or unload\ through the I Advertisement You May Also Purchase
or pieces timmunitv 10 ,dentate $3 fi.'i or morea : Model SKIM o)
backdoor. year. The niuney will be used to I II SKISt
- Shown: the VW Deluxe Station Wagon with sunroof and I help defray thdexp'nses of the fire I I.t II V Window chest .t"hardwood... In genuine solids. A 19-INCH .
smut and
Contemporary
veneers Styling,
Standard model Is only $2,3R5" station, >'
. 21 windows! $2,765', The VW I. Ten speakers, In. walnut vepeers and hard. W
Hundreds of dullari less than any other wagon: and perfect | There was I surprise tuiuse- eluding dual 10' PORTABLE TV Z995Model solids A de- .
warming for tile!' IviV Crump Saturday I. woofws. $409.95 -, .. .,, 15'
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of kidsOr
for people with lots night Buy were they Surprised model. $439 95 .
like Herbert.BRUNDAGE. ; I II '
Just one '! : At Only .
i :<\ belated welcome- to :Mr Low. I
man, lulus new silence teacher .
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We wire siirry to lone Mrs, Hester .
I butIr: Limni.m nan provedto .
MOTORSJACKSONVILLE .....,.,.tasuuA be a very excellent and popular I .
INC. teacher S Phone 6th and
Happy's Ranch House Is now reopened I I CHUCK'S TV
Street Jacksonville as a nlghtilub I It has a I live I. 261-4491 Ash Streets :
1230:; East Eighth band and no one under 18 Is admitted

atTAIL' IOICE I*.T CO1T 0 0 Ot !LOCAL TAnre ANa.. except on Sunday afleroomlll'.
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"UCGUuo CHAKOM CT..E" Ot"Lt. OEl.lvE' ,, sounds like fun! .ISSSI....ISSS5ISIIS..S...... ..S5.IS .S..I.SSS..........



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Page-Ten Sews Leader "Femandina Beach Florida Thursday February 27 19C4 -Olo.-
(! =_ Nassau CountyRepresented I

= 'PINE GROVE BAPTIst cut:!ten High School Echoes. At HAWS BIRTHDAY

I At The Churches Rev. W. G. Brooks Pastor I
PUNim SER'ICESII BY !NED TYSON Dfttrlct 4-H Meet
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For Cc.
Thanks Folks '.'ing
9.43 A.M. Sunday: School )ect resolved! : Should Social Secar. I ,
sfuuscitn. nArTISTcnURcn "MtlNtE OF I'KACK I IIOJ: A.M. Morning Worship Hello, ,it, Be Extended t. Provide Cum. !Nuaau County was reprKentcd : To See Happy and Me. We
LUTHERAN CIllKniDonald at the! district 4-It council February
I 6.00 PM.lrn'l] Prayer Service The Pirates defeated Billes( 59it plele Medical Care For All Ages?
Stile Hlwiy 107 NamwatlllfRe It, Himmelmin.. Pmtor 6:30: P,M. . Training Union last Tuesday night at Bjllcs, The two teams were closely IS in Jacksonville by MavisCrapps I 'h:1: Are Interested In ProvidingThe
Dell E.. Wade Plutor 4>hon* 201 5034Sajldiy I Mike Cook was the leading scorer matched the Leon and Don lllgglnbnthnm,
7:30: P.M. Evening Worship as team won bye I Service Station Attention
Factors Prayer Time I Sehool......-?? 9:45 a. m. with 21 points, I Yulee: and Anne Prater and John.
Services: score of 41.36. The student body
Wednesday
(For Men) .......?..?........ Tim' Woisbijp.Service ........ 11:00: 8. m I 7:30: P.M. Prayer Service i At 7 Oil Thursday night, the Pirates responded exceptionally well to the ny Pane. Callahan I II rw Your Car Needs, Hope

Sunday School.......... 944: NOR-*1.ft 14th-tttr STREET I I.nt'l OF CHRISTSouth j unite Pork In the would be held CONGRATULATIONS '
one
Morning Worship ........> 11 BAPTIST CIIUIUH I I and Bill Allen
I Itlh Street Irst name of the to FBtW Debate tliiu
Training Union ...-. CIS: p.m.i( 9:45 i.m' ........_...... Sunday School I Kenneth I I-. Junes: Mininlerbunelayi j strict tnuta: The Senior Ilnnnr Society held an The! dl.lrl4.JI\ Fvents': Day" I Holly/ Henderson Mgr.
Evening Worship ....... '7:30: p.m.Wedne.da1 II;00 am' ....... Morning Warship. I Bible. Study .... 1U:00 am' i mint which Is ht Induttlni Ceremony Friday dm'Ins | Is to be held Atoll It" in Pnlalka

: 630: pm ..,............. BTU Morning Worship .... 11,:00 am 'oo held In the lite 7th peilod A more detailed account the stale Fvrnln Ilnv. May 1 and

t/len't/ hour of Power.... T p.m '7:30 p.l1'I. .. Evening Worship owning; Worship| ... 7:00 p.mtr Green C o v tiprlnm ol the ceremony will he I'{' 2 the at state the Unl"l'riltf\or cnnlcfcluo\ Mnrldn i 1M! to take and I ESSO SERVICE

.Ppa/er Service ...?.... '7:30: p.m. i 7:39() p.m. ? Mid.Week Service -ttff tr gym, The written by Mary Cleland In an- piece at the Inlversltv: June Bill. 629 S. 8th Street
I tit.: IM I IKKS rmtOl'ALtlltlidl tinner of the ether: sccllin, or the NCII'I.LeRd..r.Tursday .
"Whosoever will may come" Wdl1PsduR ..19Ih. I ONE YEAR OLD
I : name Mill plug nlKht the Key Club and
--- Following. ( nuctlnfl refresh
I fhe lice Janus I D. Hllmir: Itretur Palulka; at 1U0: ) Tri.HI.Y held! a 'Joint mooting! ut I
', :3U AM Holy communion I a'c (ICY ill the Rcereatlin. Center. A pnni'l melts were Bjnt'd ,ills 22 delegates. 1S. If You Hmen't Been To See Us Lately, We

100: A.:M. Chinul Luchuiist 1 The Minandina Reach high composed of members from both Sure Wish You Would
I IE4 11i6: AM: Church School Sehool fie bate Club entertained the organizations discussed problemsand Jr.-Hi Elementary

bOO: P.:M. Lplscopul Young Debate tenor of Leon County High affairs of teenagers today --- -- -----. ---- --.---. -..- --- -- -- ------
Churchmen of Tallahassee last Thursday In a I Sunday. the young ladles of the LUNCHROOM MENUS Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results

iflTPI (This U the seheeluU of every round ni it' hole presented for the Trl.IllKh.Y attended the Episcopal MARCH 2.8 -. -- -
Sunday! wltn the exception of the rrnandlni stultnt bodv The sub Church.
lust Sunday fcf the month) --- Monday: Pork w/ brown (gravy,
mashed pineapple, salad
1 I / / / irft potatoes I
I I LAST SUNDAY::' 01 TilE Junior on lettuce, frozen!: crowder peas THE GALL BLADDEROne
High-Lights
MONTH cornbread and butter raisin cake, I II

44 7:10 A.M. -. holy Communion ''i pint milk nt the moil pitent cont'lb'itnrs to a plensant rtltpixltlnn,
DOOR-TO D00R 10:00 A. I. Morning Prayer' BY CAROLYN BREEDEVHello1 ''I Tuesday: Hamburger I bun let I and its p'euslns perwmillty IB a healthy !gall bladder The number
and Sermon lure and tomato saint Fnxllsh of people with rear tier and a disposition that r'pels1111'11
CAR FLOOR MATS 11 :13 A.M. Church School : ---------- -- peas, peach cebblera pint milk cameo I rum the gull bladder |1M said by authorities to be Urge.
: Chicken tetrazzlnl I Although It Is Raid that about one In every lea or fifteen
6:00 P.M. Episcopal Young | Last Thursday the F.T.A. met tocollect I Wednesday: person
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tr. I Club .1 green beans amb-isln: rolls and has gall stoues the symptoms whin the shines' become ub
:tfi ri 4 Churchmen : dies and discuss future Fun News butter, peanut butter cookie ''a ttructcd In the tube leading from the ga'l'!! bladdrr to the Intestine .
?MI .* A ftI plans I fir moneymaking projects have without
), Is not nearly so large Thua one may dllfleulty
rms'I' I'HI sllYIHMAV: / ': They aisil discussed the election of : I pint milk I the severe gallKtone co'lc
BY SALLY JOHNSON
? .. Flts ('II l'i'II\ I two new rum' Thursday: Plrza tossed soled Three things are eftiienil.il to help NATl'UK prevent gallblad
Nw ti'u J most Ittv John< !hosier) 1'aHlur bcrA. The ni inInallnns Hi1! The activities at the Fun green lima, French; bicnd" and I der and liver trouble as well i>lrst ice (lint the condition ol nerve
roars Chuuh( School 0:15; } AM are Jim I I Club this past Friday were enjoyed butter, rhombic 1 pudding, w/w'I hipped I Imjijlsrs!! l II normal. Second breathe deep and like binding( excr-

6010! Wor .hlll Satire .. 11 ::00 AM: Burns Freddie by en e"vnn The members rrl! topping ''i pint milk I ekes that press and squeere the gall bladder and liver Thl y were
1 Youth Meetings ... 0:0: ( I'.MChuich Adams, Lee GidM "N, 3lad to see that I Friday: oven tried !Ilih fillet. I meant lo be kept active and pliable by such exirrlsc Third. rat
r ileavyduty Choice er red, St hoi,I .... 7:30: TM: sr 1 In. Charlie '" lomc of the Tartar I the proper fords
molded sauce parsley potatoes By far the most Important Is to Are that the nerves are flee
ruhber
white, blue > 'A- -ft Miih.'i, and I Rub '
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l nod dances
Non-skid design green and Ilot'k MF.'ruomsTnll'IICn s ; ta "OJ lames rile slaw rolls and butter, gingerbread and uaobolrnr/ed.! / A chlmpraetlc analysis will dtteimlne this
The I
MEMORIAL/:: rt Jnhnsi
: previously donewere promptly Consult your chiropractic for directions u to how lo
I), election will be on the _wlemon. sauce_ >i pint I.milk.I.II maintain a healthy gall bladder,
Vilsim, 1 I'. Moxr, I'awlur. c r, nId! the n c x I gram Mr 1'1'0.1

0:45: a.m. ....... .., Sunday School g. 'niollrm, )I 1. iandro taught us ,, 4f
II :((10 am Morning, Worship ; ,Ii The Patrol motWulnismv s soother form of ,I GET Vertogretn AT I (IIoun!

FRONT END J ALIGNMENTS fcft I 1:16: 11.m. AlYF/ Supper & Programs- sod pellied! the sdioil x the Grand !\lorch'''I Five Points Grocery & hardwareCooper's Mon., Wed., Fri.
The Jax Naval;
.minds to
trip
Precision alignment VJ c a lied Tunnels i '
'1 by experts Parts and Any ::30 p.m. ....... Evening WorshipC.SLVARY I Base has been pobtioncd; to a later and Waves" I Ii 912 & 26 y, ?''"
1r torsion adjustment a' Am.rlcan Car .I date we tide! gevu' f. extra if needed BAI1'ISTCIIURCIIfloiley The Library Club met Monday M I II' the club last week and a'eI'Y 111 Kings; Street

Road I'' and discussed the seventh I period I I, good turn.out Join the crowd at Laundry + r Phone 729-r tlKlnffsland
J. C. nTRI, PASTOR vorttrrs The! members decided the Fun Club every Friday for a''

unlur School ..... .. 10 AM I that rnly regular workers should good time and new friends''! Georgia '
BRAKE ADJU8TMENT 9 Morning Worship ... .... 11 AM: I Ibe allowed: to work seventh periodMiss Some comments of Fun Club Coin-Operated
1 Evening Service ......... 7:30: P.M!. Sawyer told; the l asslsUnts I i!I members are
f Well b djual hrakea, add, / etUlInk!? I Laundry and Dry
how to the clissos quid '
r keep A. OWEN
f fluid i nettled and repack Any POINTS 1 CANON : It s nice UK C. R. CROCKER DK. T.
front wheei bearings American Car FIVE BV1T1STCHlltCtt Sea you anon!! Hike It" Cleaning
'" I I PETER BURGHAItDT( : 'I like It

945am' ?.... ..... Mindujr School Airman R. M. Camp think 1 It('i very nice." l 1' Mrs.\ Doris Howard, Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic
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11:00: am. ....... Morning Worship KIM: GORDON: "i I like It very Manager
BAFETlSERVICE i 30 p.m. .?....... Training Union Based Near Taiwan much and 1 think /It'* very "Ascofhlcd! with Owen ChiropracticClinic
.9 ;:30' p.m. ..... Evening: Worship I On U.S.S. Hornet II nice." II Ulh &. Beech Streets of Jacksonville"
We'II alien front end, i ,5 Vedrenduy prayer service, '7::Vpm ( I. STEVE ENSLEY: 'Well Its real -

balance trontwh.rla, ISS! HORNET:: (FHTVC) Rod I. ---.---
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adjust hrakes and repack nice and It l lots of fun and II --- --- -
'front wheel y. AmeriCan Car tttt hey ]M Camp airman apprenticeUS I
beatrnga ChIIRCH I I wish there were more boys'j
OF- lOll I :\. linn of ]Mrs, Ada M Camp. '64 Corvair Monzaby
'or.. 41 h and Cedar Ft" bell ...r'ull'l'. Is paitliiputlngrboird j PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY FFB-

IllY. L. Marvin Jnhn nit, Pantof : the null sibmnrinc warfare RUARY 28lh.f .

t ''RMID Phone 2fil.1K07 carrier USi llinut In a rurdin.itul l. 1 1t NEW MOut' for Quality ,,10:011: im. ..._.... Biindnf Scnonl U. S.Nnthnallst:: Chinese (imphlbltius I Folk Dance Tcton Chevroletrw.

11 :00 a.m. ........ Morning Service cirrlai called(I "Ou'ration ..
$fOftYLO ( *> 1'':. Friday Evening 7:10:: I>.m. lljckpjrk hdiifi( / conducted off tie: Mountain Stomp" :-(.. '."'. ,. ..,,,1, ,.. .' .
MO: p. Fvumnir Service coast if Taiwanlinckpnek American Folk Dance "Oh: : "

'..70.111'IRE' Prayer mee.intf Wednesday i is an exercise to lest r Susanna"' ."..."".. .,.
10.fuba.type 710: \ pm. the amphibious capabilities and 10 minute break "
Bfackwall f> -fr err: .readiness if. the fortes of the Stvtnlli t'
'Group Game Give''Western :
*Plui. tax and Irlde.ln tire off your car <' ciitucii OF GOD OF | Hiit and tltC! Mali nallsl 'I Take I 11'1. .
Square Dance n
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PItOIMIFCl Clilnrvr Na\'Y. The exorcise with '
WHITlWALLft tt MORI \ I .
i 1 Her. 11. C. Drurv, Pantnf Ill I'r hinill) men nnd HO Unit par Peek" I ." .
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7 X14 Tubiltu Bltekwslls! '112" 10:00 n.m. ... .. Sunday School J I ftlrlpitiiiK will culniliu: in an am. i.- "- -t; .('I\i" "
or 11 am ..... Moinin-r Sirvl Ith Ihlo'" Asinult ort hPlidics cl ... r < 'yr ''lF4Gw
LOW PRICE ON ALL OTHER slits 7:45: p.m. .. Even,rig Service siiulhiin Taiwan. nod will ilimm : : "
7:4: p.m. Wednesday: Y.J*]I. Str stools the irioclheiuss of the Un. I ;(
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tit I vice fur young people lied Stjlrg se 'eiilh Hut to rapid
# IV mine II nlqnlllrait 1 enmbtt fine
I.UT'IlEltAN
a 51 ST. 1'\tL'4: 1 ) [Ito a liiiiblul) ( nun In order to 11M. '. y r.Y

('III itCI1 Si-,1 illl Ill V.
CAR p Amelia lily Mekr Inltriiertlini
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are 6AFfrTT 4r Y. 9 1I AlA I t.\\' (..\!{;\jIr.1III"I'"S -nNn+ E tt
A. F. C.erbharilt !Pastor ants rats a micesilverfish
'I lie, fir
a sure
ripciir ,
(1:00: H in. Mornitif; t 9cuVfr ; V+ M / IN'I
brrnk: t. lliht c.-nnrj rung call roaches

i mill F. it \r'list frft('It rccn I "Mich huh.in In lluli Hjrup: drat: Or. kin

129!' iith filh Share I anl. till prlrh Agar wilt' hol t tirtiiniliil -.IlamlayIya4NWq qy y, = '
I 1C{.' '. (', tt. I'nRiIinlir M
i I > : I ) bin'nit. Servo Immitliattlv !
I pY lIn.lay.I ""r..neR: for the uk ef your home
with 1'n.nc'l i tmst orviit
10;00 A M Sindnv School
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:1100 AM. .::: Morning;i Wnrahl"; I flea.

I a //I.in nm. u nTIT.
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7:no I'M. Menu Imycr ;> ervlo tt 9 9I 9r
latr A
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110:! |p.m .. .. .. fviiiiniforshlp
Tucmli/ yTiOO :

>\'. I I. UUImm.l\I.\S'tF.R: \ MECHANIC IS AN E\l'r:Kl' p.m. ..................._.. Vlnltatlirssmm NO"CETO
II : IN THE use oi (oni MODERN:' AND:' LUKILM: v'r Iirnesr I
: TESTING Lqtll'MEM1: ,Y or ROD
Rev. E. A. lewU I'Mlnr i HOMESTEADERSIt

10:00 a.m. ............ Sunrtiy School''
It ::1111> am ............ Wonh'p'!; !'Semeefl \ I
: fttfOnt ;10 p.m. .... r. A. Youth Service I
1\11::\ p.m. Fvrnirrlmlle Service' is a State Law that each Homesteader

rhursduy mid week senl'e-I ,

NEW TREADSAPPLIED 130; ".1'11' sign a Renewal Application for .y.

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\IIIK\\riF: IIV1TIST 1 the Homestead Exemption each and ? &' '
ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES I ruiTKdimdia I I % ftfltfs got a frisky new engine
\ Road. Phone 2a1.31STi( ; '
WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE every year The Appl ication Forms were II
Itc,. I.iivd Chambers, fasterSunday I
School! ................ 10 a.m. I 64 Corvair Monza Club Coupe
NARROW OR WIDE OEII9N' USELESS OR TUBE TYPE mailed the first of January to every
:Morning Worship ........ .. 11 am '
', fvinlnuorHhip: .... .... .. 7 p.m. I'i I (that puts superior traction under you)
4 FOR \\eilmsilij Service ... ... 'I p.m. person who claimed Homestead Exemption -
tr off I I1'Imrr

IIMTIsr ( HI'IK'IIUev ,, I last year. These forms must be Some cm's do best on the highway.: Otlieis!! and flat cornering make anything from

.I. T. Piinnam I 1'ixturVuralip seem tailor-made foi city driving lush-hour driving to puking a cinch.
4949 \ Service: R':((0 .\..MI signed and returned on or before April I Thett the'rea Cot' in'-that gets along Take back-rodd dining The weight of
I lien A.:V
7:30: P.M4imltv 1 st. I just great most anjwhue. Swishing along Coi vau'a engine bearing down on the rear

highway, Scurrying around tnfTic.Ot wheels gives them lennikablc gripping
S School 9 la A W n m \ .
Triiiinpr: :;: Union;:: '::::":':':. 0:13: !\ PM \aiding{ through a soggy trail. power on most any surface, whether its
1t Plus lax and 4lrade In tires \Vc urge rOll to coopento vt''tlh u+ on thit! ns
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I I'IIIYI'r Seivleo W.dll..I.I v Take COIMU'S solid wet 'even snow covered.
I 7\11::\( 1'.Mvy eve have been ni\on: notice 1 by> t the tate Auditing highway driving got a loose, diy, -01

off i Ilcpnlniont) : in '1'iillah ii"::4I'l u! that the up) !luutiom: I bigger new engine with horsepower up Something tU; you can take note of,

: ,A\\ Our New Treads,OUANANTHEDtt idtntiftd ey Medallion and shop gnarl* art \Iti liT. MIt'II.I"TIIOJ.IC: mint lie lcl\l'd.;, \ t therefore we have m alternative nearly 19'/i, in the> standard vel'Sion. But too: Theiea no radiator to overheat or

i t. Anlnut iM (U In werkman.hlr and m.url.l. durint lift ef trend, IM, 4I rut!itciiKIT. If we dt, not have the application in the office In in Qfttj figures don't impress you, just: wait run dry. No hoses to check or r'place. No
I L Ana,nt .orin.l road klunta 1"0.1.1 rp.>nbl, puImst.ns.mo I W, J. llolnun. I'uHlor April l lot, but to strike those from the ItomeHtend cooled.I
I I' Ml t*t.d In tv.ryd.y pttHwinr Mr IN* for U month until you head: a Con'air for some far need for antifreeze. The engine's air .
a e iii at a.ptenma I HIM d Mju.lm.nl.pronud N intf WMT ud bead m IUI rtow nrttnt Sundiiy Man .............. 2nd 4th nil This 1:4!: jour henal t. It will not coot jouaiMthnii away placl's. You'll get the message.TaKo Beginning to sound like a car you can

14t Sunday... ....... 7:10 I amSunJny ) ,' to sik'ii this application but it will cst I, to? Then there's
e xa nn mot city dnving. really Wlll'm up
I Man ...... ............. let, 3rd you in tuxes: : if you do not We appreciate jour left to take ride
tot pi'l'at ion. trim size', light steering Corvait.'smzI( only one thing :a
/5th Sunray, 11:30
am ; the enginewight'" in ) In one at your Chevrolet dealer's.THE .
Monday Young People< i 7pm.

r 1. 1 1 1r Daily ................. .. ..... 8 am There arc many who have not signed if you GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS ChtvroM Chewfe CHwy,, 0. Cendr'Corvehe
? Saturday ...,....?. Convent Chapel are one of these again: we urge lists to help ua

1. I ):34 Communion In Convent and ) nurse If l lIy taking cure of this now -........-........................Set......them.../.....at....gnter...t....Chevrolet...............Shmrroom...........................................-. ..-..

11:30: I'\f.: ....? Young People's :

: BEACH SUPPLY Meeting. E. N. McKENDREETax WOODWARD MOTOR CO.


.= ;:119/Atlnllc.t Avenue Phone 261-4182 I NONSIIP TIIF1: I II Assessor, Nassau County I

I t'iik1i/ eeramie mos.-ile' tile, I South Sth Street FERSANDtVA HE.VCI1, M-A. rhone 2G1.3ftt6:
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WANT AD RATES USED lounge; SOFA chair BED, nylon and co\er matching. Ph. PUBLIC NOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Robert Deloach

.05 25UM41. M5cTVO : IV: Till CIKCIIT COIRT, UU HTMJl IN TIlE 1101 |lIT rot HI INNO IN TIlE. ( Irlflir ClHItr IK Tlirhi
per word .75 minimum Hit HI. OKI I IT, IS AMI I till: I'nl v\in\r l'l}N1\ iioiiint. ( ClOt .11 IMCItl I ( I lltd ir ,IHI Serving Aboard
Card of Thank, Resolution. i NOte 'ii' ('lit \yy. p .IIIRIIIIS ('IMMI 1'1\ I 1.1 OH HI \. IM \\n 11)11 I.H: N
lad Similar \ ( tJSES&rmR.;; 7 3 ('11 I" -'R\'. Cane "0. r.H. loll OLi1,0.etc vi'v. itimint USS Everglades
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Notion .
bedrooms One 3 room and both, tHE ( ltl..t!:,,. II.'Ulit' b'lI.k.. I 111"sit and h5lri It. slut.t, I'II \M hK\
.3 per word |1.OU miaimum nov. l..k. II rnrp >r.it 1 Ion, hIs \ .. 5.,'"rl' .sIrn'' HK Ml, 11 |
The LitHo Sez
Dird 1.1'
llurrliane fenced propcily Jin( ( X : I'lu Inl'III. and It, tollKII,,..renki. Ills hue. itltiie, \ Ill'.', I'tUIt..1 IOMMH.MIIN lSS EVFIAGLOI1ESFtlT'C: --

Cal 261.J6R6 or 261.:1687or :! UW It. Burn well and pump \ >. I'l.IiliIuhiN, Hi,. K: I(1'Iw., h. nut'hill;*' I
<)Kl. R II. Phtl'Ui.l.F.t" :| IIMIMtN" |II I ill tiimry nl I HIP Kl'1,111' nl I l-Itirld.u i,
plate ad at office $8500 Pliono, 261.5178: SlOe I'KINI II. .'Ii'1.' It I': V I'ltlNi.ll I t. ft (I. Inr" ii .1"rld.1 rnrimriilnii, ", l''tilltllil'C. lull I list 1 class. t *>N liU'hunrl Ic

511 Ash 8tri ? Confuscious didn't ih mlpi nml Itn- \ilniiir' i Killnlimumpaiiv nd Mint nb.ldl.llp "r 11.1.i, IIILF: MSI the fortiuT Mist Jinn S Sl.inftird
I 3 say "Age! d '. a rinMruli.ii.| nr C Iliirldi ..1|pulrali..e. mid ;I ,... of i( Ktrnundiin lluuli Is arvliu
FOR RENTYULEE III'I'nd.II" Oh rust Is j bliohe. .50., and A. 81. I MIT OF H.OKIIU, PI Hi,
has ifs drawbacks in most VOIK P: 111.- Chill: n.h"o.' Jo.. Hf nnlirlriitiIN aboard (the (di'stiiivor tindtr LuEverjjlades

FOR SALE I I Nitlre' Ii lipiebv, liven Ihil pin 1.I.e<1onl. Til NAMP AOl Sty 'I IIIAITII: out of Chart
food and uani (In .1 tun I doer,. nf firrrluiuienlcred Sf : IIIHI IT I OR I Or TIlE HTAIf I : <)!" OK ueralll .
fNFURMSHED; 2 things, except alijU I In iuie nuinherert lOft lir tin TAn: 01O'LilttIt ll\l.I It'Nlnl., S. C.Everglidcs.

l ireuil Dun, i'b( Nasnu Cnunly I 'InrDa Til O..t O I Inc a HIM, it.i, l ..orl".a.ll. I 10 THr: STATE 01' FLORIDA AND departed Feb I for
room house large! rooms, I ti ll veil the (prnpprly illu ,tel ; ". I TItle TAXPAYriH ""OPER ry
bpd'i .
3622 ity room carport SiO i NIHSIII C'.'iii rhO', I. lurid i. (leterllicoPurril i'fe JnipphJConnell D. Oiltrhubcr. e, oU2 U"NIRI. AND riTIFNS ,) TUB a lour of duly with the Sixth "lrt{
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ALSO 2 bedroom II.: iLomn AND! WAS In the Mediterranean arm. Tin
duplex
Nil | I.etSO( Pitt RoadH'1lnllll.ld ) I I MU lOtNTY, I Net (''I).
II.OII'A.
BEACh BLVD. nlsliod $45 month. with carport, Lot SNty' (ifflii m 1 I' t. Tn" n oftraur'rl New Jersey lOG NON. ) PRO Sixth Fleet I 18 a v'rsnlle. wells

IN utility room. Both near Terminal N.IM.III County, Fin. Ynu, ire hereby not,led I hot a null PtHTV OH hLBJtCT: TO TAXAIII1N : balanced lore eonilxlini' of on at;
..,, hog to map, nr pi,'it or tOll' lu been filed ogusitsat ynu med Allui4uhKldlirln EA I. I'MOPHirV ,
Storage Warehouse Bag Phone 225.53i4.l3c! Tnun filtd,' In Ii,. Off "'e.,I tie, 1 of Florida, i Inc a Flurta \ OWNFHX IPAVAJ\\ S. CIIIrNsIAND tatk carrier striking force an am.

-- Cleik' ,.1 I lOt Omit, (''nuit, nr Nil" .- eurpornlioii und rii nin n,. ..1.lho.'r orilFIlS ( Oil .AIM-, phlblnui task uriiup and) / varklfn
4 NEWLY RF. omI.r.litw t ;;;; ; .u (' >111'1\ Fli. rrli Id '11111' ; J.., IIn,1 A M '.11.( Jr. INU I ANY IImr., rniF: (Oi IN. ( auxiliary .ltip. which enable thj
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I 1 uld Inl' being p',in ir "Seill n II tht ulhnu's rouoe; Ih,1 'rpR s |' IN COUNTY THE I
baths. Apply I HIS. 5th St. Ftfp Tc "nnllj, | I N"'rlh. n.inge H F"11 I. dug arc ,'. e"III.d, ,qllr.d t,< file" oiiiri 1ANAIILF IIIDPEIirV rilB-RUN' fleet to iX-tdte)| for rxtlnt port
noo'MS! Fl"nXITl'm! -- a and' 1 In"''Inn I l'Olli It1( 1 ..n Ihe L,mill 0000ew iih Ihe Clerk 01 this (jiurl' 1 tOrY I1E"V .IN Priorr-niv 10
& APPLIANCES; I MRS APTS.FL'RNCillFD hv P..IniCIIIIP. n ire ...Corel..nil mil It< serves coy Ihereuf ui.,n 01: AIHCTh-D IHROl'l.I! IS.SUANCR kids uf time wthuut the nuppbit oj}

ROOM T"-un-I tn 1\ r nl. in the L..M hv the IJlun.I". or pl.linlAUorn.y., IIY TIIK ( Tln UlVHOI'MKNT -:. land banoH. '
apt.lilh
RepnsessedIte Nlnllt Wroot in, DIP ,ifnn-ntlil 1 1' mueo f famllv Irnuhlei I JUK| come uIIiti! <'3. liit" cater wnsliinij machine l Irjwf 'rd nn I the "rll"1 hv Felum 4t H Jjinel, HuililliKJaikM.nville AhNOF TH>: SFAPK (Ito flORIDA _-- -- :
In tk.n.r p 'lynipnu nn eniirenf $87i work. Other the I mill' ,,r Iit '.,.i li-l in n i'rii'gp| i. lorudu, ,. mn I Imr OK 1HF RfMiNlF BCIM.H -
houefuI e'nKkti n beiullful 1 t ppkl.nl por unit 'nn Il.l'. N.nihi-. li\' Lot SI if ,ihi.n( Minn ID. 1M4. If you fill tolu MIHMNAFIKH I'ARTiril. I :
livn CI'H,)flou it Ifl nyIrn, rn.akei i hcadi rentals. For Information, the inir' ..,.ll, Tomi. iuf iniwfird1'irrH \ I in. itetrrt pro n.hfemn will In* AMI.Y IH S'lmIJJ.!MOlE' IN AllY I PUBLIC NOTICE :

Into I"d ul.o ''ndlehlllll club 'hd" w. I call W. I. MtCranlc.! 261.1642f\ ..". 1 l II t. nilrretj ag.iioel yoU tie tIle .fleinjnderl WAY ICt li: A'I.e1',;) TIlETlIntIlYV" IV TIIK ( III XTV n hei.ll'g: tl>l.IfIV
loUd Alt Ih.,1, "f !v, linn 1 II Titttl.ihlp Ihe cniniljllit
rn"m 'I1.j'n, 2 d'v .r..lor. pirl 'in | AM> MH OthohOt IOL.MX
!I h nf nfrlnrnli
uml ew n ynu/ the slate
111m I'. 3 .IOp l"h'.ln: ) n1Jrgoll'e' 0 IIhmuteOog f.:O BFDKOOM iBailt'Y burnished;; home; ; :; I N'h., Iliniio 24 I- lot. and, The mluit, n' said. Hint Iwlim fur : the Sliite AltnrnrMIf .LOKm"t
ShIPS p ,irtlt'nl.irh( ill"' t rlln-d( nnmll Ihe fnreUimure uf 1\ luihe nmnpvn Ih''AI .
pun
) t :;, : ; I IM Ph. 2il-i67i( F27c ,' Hug .it ii Mpjilunori l.u"1 l HPtIn emunihrrli.j. Hit fnllimullenmned Hit :: Cltiult nf :I Inlhli "
niuwlve druhle'' I rtrp her with Mi("Kt ;: :lIlt ;Iho I- imrili. : Juiliflil(, i Iruill, i uf i, Nil ruMfE OP ,
tlltlnu$ mirror. che.t nr drnwern & ; S tilt line nr I ud' hi rimn II roil 1 pnuvrtv llxrpitwilMNM. .
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P iii, ,, hrrihv ren.urfd ti ( lliMl ,
bonkiune h.adllo..d with sliding TWO BEDrtOOM APTp;; ; ; tHU rhilnn Fin: if- the N,,tilhn.,.tnr Ail uf Ih.ite iritiln lull, ur pur- I. ore in AROU"J .. NOIItK
panh.ii .. slurs thli Ci.url in Hie thuniliviii -
el. fr y'ur .I.-, I( fl iunenoHo I Hilit,I Sntlnn II .ml, nn the Find- roll of Inn, .I sIlo ,10. (him .ind l'il.Iht .' I' .nr the unilvmluiiH Cli "nil JuilRp NoOks In lierpbv, Klven lOut I the
Sahara Mist fnsh; ; : Second bed.rwrn I fiirnislii All electric( kit- to, Iv rids ir,f Ii:,' SpiliiKrit 1 Air I (tie' ..n r. P Hnuliec irnt ur sit ul Hip rnurlhniiw: In rilliinimMp, I 1"ln.l uniioriiiintd' Hit Si.lu" d.iy (it J ,fluiry .

hni 11\ flfl,.,.1. ic'Ktc.en, ; Chen. Plume 261-32JO or 2Gl-52d'l(;! illrnnd .md Do '-vt.ant\ il, ten ,..n HI T,>wn.Hu, rw,, I ul I N.rli. Id( i. nil Hip Jilth rl"i,1, I .h, uury (-KMil I, A U 1':4.; riled a fin ,it nri> deluxe T PC dlneltt sri with I".. tic len of mil, 11.,11, ml Oral ;lIen liege ai Kiit. in the Ciuntv ., Itn nil"ilk In HIP fir,, hill .,lid '* of III odmlni.liJtli.n ,.( me tulultnf
0. II:eoorner nf n I I nlrr"idv nunetl Nuum end M.ile, uf Fturlrli, kmmnnml .
mica: lip t.l.ln & I loam' pj'liledcriulrn I -Ii, lililI'Ill'.0. If uni V.H hove liv tinpravtri Cnriiltno, dtfennertrmt n 4.l
lonll.
I Alm.ril :ifrlgi-ril, r Kith croni I, ---- hv th. mid J. H. I'rligle, thpiueN dtilunjled iieuioultrorli'dii nf Hip Frulliin lilc-il In Iliflmellllpil l lie I I. lui. Ihr. that uflrr puh'l."lIlnn .
top f frnror. unelvos In mmr dulrv I OCEAN FRONT UtPLEX up. 411 ilemepi F nl,.ng the rial .t t ,ul IIP mihdlvlil(',,tif''l IIIIANIVIIS rune' ,khnulrl nit .ml. 11 thin' nitlro, tilleeiuiPtori
),ur,3U" r.imo nln nvcn hrnikr, umlt PUBLIC NOTICE if wnv if tilt Seihnurd Air line, t KKONI: ) AUDI'I'KIN 1'<> IAI nr cuminutlvt nrrk sfi'llrK-
stairs or down furnished Fenced fit .,mil' the rovi-inic l) irlii Ihtrvln doiirllHil "
.Io',, drawirii I 1- HELP WANTED n ,lhll'ld I lit' 11 ih.il.m. to "I Inn, i.AHAN. pm.uoil, hv I:Finite' WK.KiMiioil cod HIP iirnppilltiKii uiilhiH,"' linn C Ill (lie nl.h'1.. C tMmr.uM
Call 2615047. tIc MITICK TO itvni runs 'It t In ,Id, if Ilii-nte. 1 Kurvivur NII '
ymd 1' i rli'hl uiiv.; I."w I' J K. W.lh"'rorl.. t iiinlv Jialge tfNIHIIIIU
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Ori/C.i pike $] n W.:18: dug hue iBninnir I I' "n'' IHI villdnt.nil -
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I S Ml ilirirp H: Sl8: 'h'loo Ii mIn.n 1141 d i e in foe..oraoeI
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dd"c I'h"y I.d .. i ,., 11111.15lii c "
BALANCi h DUE oNLY; Forest l Ilil'n!, I Tllf ( III II I' III, I till: ttllNTA( 1",1. thpnre S 411 "U-RifpB W ,I lIt Ille Ihe illIlle'C ",.llr.d, uld rtvtnne hiininli I iif ild iiinuiilinit 11f'I".I.I, f,.r'n' I'm.'
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Ft('noKmpher.Tlerk Jt III,.F. NAHStl lllNt\"" I Mill, C ... ins |N IIPI| hv Hit '>III"'> i
18) chulllh I Ii -'Il' ISis pmt M-l III Nlu I'lle .In.1 Ahlr.1 Eitiul.ir .
enltlisiilutoes titllt'iI
$267 17 Int.i. Price start $21iO. and up lImb/! School grailu.ite General of. .UK. IV I'll.I.UIh. 1' ulh: line ,if Reitlin: I il;I 1 thcn.pWtht Iunv. I em.,in,Inn" I lIe 'rho lori.Ii i. 0" i in' the iu I iennli, mitn nf' UnlKin 01.: llumlicdTupntvIKe itusIKKi ,'h.rl"( ,if "Itl, I' ..itelllfc ut.a a
I Acreage I' III re: F.'I.II', tiltlOlllt 1 5 Urltiies'r, In piht mid NunlM-nd, l'"ent)'one Ull T.u..et UAHNtlT NATIONAI .
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lice experience Five-day week i Mil.HUN ntI>lIR ( in, he dtilitifiipd' dilprt 1 niitn i iIwrcil
pi ite nr hrglnirlng Cinlalnlng' tOIbId. ninth "likvmvwvpn Ul' h"I.vlI. : ; : HANK 0 JAOIAOOViLLS .
N" do"n 15 Acres on Chester Road. 3500. Ii Own In IHT.iid Ipm of ,id In ftennininiitlnn uf. sod mi I (
monev S3 50 ek. A'k for transportation Apply per. more nr a lime p.rll'ul.rly A> tlfrulnrtif .
II.DCIi' lur,' III', In ."o'oge ol Five Point son personnnl off'ce' Terminal To All Crpdlinrirtilni cod p0010cc 1I0vi01 RE ': nf SWi, S. r'l-n Irnr.I..:< I ,elei mill bimndi Mt foil"" 0 I utile: as (;nllimi'FIOniDA' : I II Ills Futile nf "
NATIONAL I or 1I'mo"lh, .ttttnst S,1i, hh eissnetrr litpnllrnl' p orerl nfI I I' 'nr n pi'Inl 'il refcrrm"*. .t irt nlI I DFVFIOPMFNT rOM
1 Three bedroom & den home corner Paper Bn Ci., Inc. Yulee. f'la. FMUPI I lint I cVnrrlhKd" In site certain rtrpdditft I 'h" Sonlhw rut rll'I tier nf mid ilei'hii'OSI MI 'SIDN. NOl/ vrNUR IIQNUS TO Ttirc cxFcuron .
Furniture Warciojso. lot $nO down $;7 month Includes Equal Opportunity Employer You und ouch nf you are hcrebjm Auii- 91 I'NIH' and retord- I ImnUtlp, \ lists Null lh. lljnii 2Iu.i > 01"" NA<'- ". In he il.I"d'' TnATon I col5ne.
Ingirince and taxes. : tilled aol rcquln-.l la present anUllicr > ed In Di-pd nn,"k nil\ nl pme 411nf .1 l ; liciue, KII Niirtn IT l.a'.nn line' first div nl I ,'Iol..Y. ll'ii' num .miOS i U
: ,,,, holed I til I I'd lintn Inilunlve. In iluimiiilnnllin I'uIW i 1
3622 I I slum IIn,1 deionls" which you D the Public Ilrrnrdl nf M.IH1.UI all'" Wont n ctlHluniof P5 r.l. I I nuillrolill.l i 100 ( ,
507 South) 13th $CJ Weekly And !More of ynu may have ig.,ilnnt thteht County FlaIMrrrl. h.nc. S,-uth 70 d" ree. ', Went a ( nf II .nun, pull. unit"t In' Counl, illIr egulen C ,',, ".

Six room home S209 down lake for reliable to service .ite of rl.," .\vilnnn I idilie.' tin Nn S I ACommentInn dlilinit of 4HI trrl.; nun nr I". 'lure in numrrliul uiilir" U rnllniti, ml"\\ hi'uiultlnut. and Ills prio't IIf filth luhIl'
man or woman
DEACII BLVD. rented I lite nf laid i ounlv, to the at tre F. cot And went In the Ejklorlv mitt' if the DixielllKliwnv lt : i'sliiO I"hl'h ..III (it tUltilliIsy fut
up payments of $fi7.00 per month customers In Fcrnnmllna Cnjuy Judge ,ill Nmau Colndv line nf, Kvtf'n( Fi.irlcrn. ((14)) whiT* (u-.li! Mxlli llinhwuy rmvniKrnrdlr.il .. M.ilurllv, Bile lIlt p. ll' fllrd I Ititnlsnlfiti'J
Next So't te PI 121 FL I c)4'MI) I' I I Florida;::, hli nfrite In Ihe cruel i wlillh nf his I I'iiiS 110 IKKIi I IIluot :
OPEN DAF'Y 220 Florida Ave. Beach. Full or part time V In. at ( the "A I. 0 versauna Ihe Hid II acid 1 pint, n :;::: :: : ic. WIIATIIERFOiIISri'IiuiiIy
9.9 SUNDAY l'.8 .
; 1 with mu Jickaonvllle Fla M21cIOR Two hcdroom uaraRc npt vestment. WiltT. U Ruble, no.II'II. Flnrldi, ii ,Ills fix pilpnlirnniithii fnrtvflve' i 1401 i vni, ,'H In j turnertn : 11'lion| I Hit PmliMlv hnuiiiliivnl < III.UUIIiMituilty 41 H 8.

:; hat'du ond floors Two car flara /Dept .'.4. P. 0. HIIX 2147) M"< mphls I mm the I.me.nf the fleet : one running F.ml One lluiulipd I until ni'lilnruilV, nf unlit, UsnHlKlm I Due Annum .. :" t
SALE two tone I'lM Ford' tt I 100 X 139!!) complelc'lyfenced. I I mih ic,4l."floflhisn.ih'o. I 1',11'11 a tt'l'i'In 1111'' >"rel., I I''lIt'-.rll'r'; ( .w uml, 1 riilliiulng Hip mrveIhuitnr Hilt I | ;UHHmI I .
poor 6lecrliiR, automatic, ) trann- KG. T I1I1. I I"27pWE eli I,oio r dcmimd: ,' nli ill he In wrltniftnnd t1rn'etllilnitl" 0 Norm Puny IIVP II ititul.-lIuceo C 804 lit Ii .. I I KIII to,DiliII2A ;
$6,300.CONTACT I ih.ill Hi.. the t eeotcrel. the Hi,ulhKtntpriyiiniwr PUBLIC i
>tc rl ((111' virtln to a rnrni-r 1 thi-nte run. more nr ICM la NOT
mission radio and healer soil PETE IVCIIAM HAVE AN opinlnu for tin nil- \ dime and pw.t' nfflie, addieiti.. nf the n'lIe Went. lOve 11,114104 mil' IrnI ..r.Ll 21. ai ihimn un ami, I .nmlnmrpmtlnn I IV TIIK' COINTV 'ITIN
belts and new tires Priced to I dltlonal automobIle methanlegeneral i1 ,liurh., and shill lie iKnrn to by I lioi virdi to the til. ite ..r .hinln.nlng unti-i"irrlrd n> it. mime brh'l. tin (lh corn nf Onp HunditdItttnivFlve "vn Hm i;*.
Sell! Owner needs for col.leue Salesman lie tlilininl hn. agLiit. nr all,irrfcymd : In the Nnrllipimt, Qu ,irlcrI HUNT Or HI'I' INNINU if lull n..u..Id,1101'' ill.lUiwi .. Minim IN nionArr l'IUN
money I.. L, Bnhannnn Agency cxptrleme. See! Jim nnv mih rlilin "demand I n,itm I 1'.1 I if Inn N'>rthAP. .t Quince, I ', I or p.m..I. uf uf lui'l h errisci,00e V. ,. unit hr lItlit I nav.,ihlo IN KKl, ._ 2
expenses Phone 251-3080( or I. ServIce Manager lasserre I filed shill bp vnld I if- "IMI'in 1't.n.t.pn 'Hi. In 'r 'vnI oil. Hume (In n Nurtlurlv ilnpilimilnn I I stint'niinu..illv 'nil HIP, firm, d.,iv 11 An Of LEN, ,
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261-32(12( 13 North 4th Phone 261 % Cl ec, i LiuHe White (illnway unit Oe 1 III 1 1 N,",irlll' n imie. Tnentv mid:: following the nirvt, uf II lw i Hunt uml nn Ilu fInd day nl Kphruirvnl U'UTJ f.AIt .
"We nullclt IstlnKu on llnmoB, nd I !Motor Co. K2"e \.'iulse White i ,nllnftayAn I four ii<''t }::ml.( ii.nl I ,lining nne ;"nic K.i: tnlv thIs iif (the t llxlil if II "V II 1 putli yur. ul, the I"uml i'ulIcde. N 1..u.d. Eli lOll I'F.SIThr14.
Aerpa ------ -- I"lnlhlr.llIr" uf the F,t.ite cif more ir 10'.. liping the .nn,P nr I lie, Dixie, Iliitlivuiy fir u ,1.t.'e. nf I lilnnhle whrn Ill,, mime me unlit, I-lilt; : INAI: I I>ISI'IHKI.f.: ; Jflf"
BEAUTIFUL TENNESSEE Walker, I! Hi.ru, Wllmn, Hidrilo, lltie.ii.idn Irlrntlp, pin el, nl I nnd ilpufrllwd 2411 211 feel. nii>te ur Ions. II in. .I prnvlcli.il Shot .uih biiniln, Hhnll not : ;
$150. Richard Hance, Ph 2255173. -- \ I10USFW1\C3 BUSY MOTHHRS\ "' C T":",i 111"", Jr.AltUrney In thnt, .rlln teed ,itpd,, ((ci I ill: .'iilrliiwewuorty' miter I if Lot U u* I Iwiir, in Inn-rent I 0 Jre.ilorrlile ttinn HxI \ NuI.Ii t.XJCTUI ItyTT hyt
NICE, CLEAN: furnished apartment help your husband pay the for Athulllltlr..lrh, I'lCH... anil rpi -irdi-d In l teed II'".kt7 ohunus lie sail ui, re'ilr (ott plul: Hum; I I I per iinluni it'J.I I ptr imnuin., <;r lit filed mv flnul rclurni in KSiTiilor, uf
F27cROYAL i Adults only 1306 Atlantic! hills For) appointment. call 2.l4B'I4 (. :bl,K AlI..nl, AuriulItp at i I' .re N,,. :lot , ,n.II"lIr i omiIi' .'101 lila if Nimni' r'',tili IV. f Ii ,N.'rlh.-rlv line 'nf mil LI Innii 2 23 11 the Hcvelnpini-nl (',nmmmi.iiinhull i Illeit, iluInliullnn '
CITADEL p-rtb;; ; e-tYPe: Ave. Phone 2G1-483I5 tie ( MI2c H I it', 20. 2. .10PUBLIC I'nriPl hott.S4OA IIA I .\, n 11 r mlil: I unrci.,:nrili'it ;pint:: a ilm uI'pel, I-nir, uml nne hull per I t Ibid' I have hId lir flnul Ivy uililiur dlmhjrii lur" 4111), )

writer Ph 261-3232 M5s -- --- -- -- --- 'I nl the, f"Iln I "'Inn (plptpi. pn'i'i'lnlor IllI-Ill nl .'M I Ill liol Ii Inn Nc.rltieiKlir'V ,'wlol 'd 1 II (Ilm iluln nf lie re. 'toeuduro, h 20 IHII4. I w 04.
FURNISHED efficiency apart. (I..list if t hint' \tu.IP.. Ivlngml crnc'role..Id I lilt 27: IOnIc HlHctlve rmilnrlllpii, Ilivrpnf, > ,mi,rtluirlltulir :I I'M' the llui' .rul.lt 'J. E. We,nCjrt IPf:
( In HIP Tu uf Cr In (lulliKirKlirlv tiir-tiiiOllliitg hat, i'lhiiilll "f mud, rvwiiufiinmlH ,
NOTICE t snUg n m 11 Dunlv Juliie, of NIHIUU. Cm.il\4. '
1961 2-DOOH DODGE Reason. meat on beach. Phone 2C1-491-1: PUBLIC NOTICE I ford Na.iiu l'nuntv. Mnte. "if FlnrHi ,u. Fjtleilv, line nf mini L'.I ill n i npiip, "( irniK' rnnni, 0 t I. hull, I idI. f.r l uf. mid nml, ,
able See at 2103 S. Fletcher. after 5. tic iv: TIIF 'm'I'IT ('OIRT mi IITII NOTUK Kill IIIIIS hnnnn end dr i-illipd, ,i" 'HIP Ultimo nr lljiil' Ivi-l 11 lilt, KiulhouKlprlv iiiilhnrl/inif ro.ilull.in iprullFd, mpvof und i fur. 1fIr"VAI| | of ulistrIVallIth' nd
JUIICML ('llIrI'IT, iv AOl ion The linurd ul Counts:( imitilnmnn:, rrm.lining uninld, pnrllnnn of t loInnuniw r,nncr, nl xild l.i.l 117; liirmein wlilili In ii M.ii heel to "'nii 1 mule' a fur fln.it' hilt' siege" llo.'Olll: *
tic FOUR ROOM unlurnfchrd i ; ; ;; 2 car NASHVI! ( IOINTV nnitlllX. IM em uf N.IHIIU Counly Klmlili", Invit rrin"nlretll'' !II run! lining, u SilllIiu: enl'r iv inn' 'dun: .1111114Hie :: p.irl if the I','IHI..II h'rcli.,, rill ruleml ill|| ,nI | |f ,,, f'un.
"' '''NCEII\'. (''' 'K 04) 27611 ,nui fn, utilising KmolHiH, iiiuseI'l nil. ,nnd i nMii.Mii I 11 III' .n"rt.0.Jrn1 :: SnillliPunliilV,, I; lion <>r '. Hi 1 I "I"a In, .la 111111. ... II pen,. iii", rif IhilliL"".. Je.l.u""r'
ATTRACTIVE 2 BKDTOOMhiitisc : Karaite: apartment at bench 133 EDWARD I.OVHr (.IIlmIlH""II. lu'I., IlIhlo-lIllI'l?' '-ill. IInel: I Iii 04000 IlrI n'i''h' 'reel'" \ 711'' "oil'It.' 811, ill I !21 il mil I """' ""iriS |1'1..1.. I flrncril,t iiiiullllllt, pillillnlltil In ; dev"o,1. JOHNHOW": '

at rive Pninli Newly re. year round. Cull 261-4d02.( tic l'ldllll: ;. 'id i Mjrrh mill) I'UP jud:' rndliuvl : lint llirtv n-l ill tcnlhII' lit' j .IlKtimt nf 2IIIII.I fill '''0 nrIPIIII I.e'.hill nd" N.151111 tniintit-ii, Mi.rlill. I Ai Fnptulnr: or Lad' WIll nil
,... I n-cli: 1 nn' '. I'll/i' (nc'o.vn. lili.iie'iii'I ( | .IIMV ''','C ,","(liP I'. i nuni-v 'in "ten I I. "e nltrly: ulilt "-I Hit, riulilnf In fi.iin" uml inmiipr n ut 1.'lulrol| lay .imliitienl iif Una 't'i.1541. (JoitiRMl .
novatrd Ilcainn.ibly,, priced Ph. ---- INta: JELANF IMHIHRFAII.! I i ,itch| thc lullmtliK lii| u,'llt.fH(. ilillMM M ,r.'h Sill I I 1":1 hv r'lln' Cur,, .,imv nf HB, tOnIc llillliwnv" .in tmipiir 71 ml Mrlli ., I .
2G1.327>. tIc VACATION APTS. Ill.r"III'"I.' "/ Hit |,trio l uf tlino,. Hlilcu m ml')' ti" U Ki her. Civil Knil.it., ,'> ", Inr 'iii, ,Ii Ill-Il l.Ili! iniiiiiiriliil, plil, IIP DONR ASh lIPI'.lhU lit 'rtitui'I 't'tllMuttdi. IIAI1. aI
OCEANFRONT: APTS completely NOTK' .CI-' Kl'IF ,I0P ( Mn Nivd, Hi" iri-i ("',''I"nv. ai 111' tile. "pill/, nl hi.KlimillM im huiteo. t.tiiul' I'(" ,. Ida |11th> ..InlA I liriu-v fnr txeiulorII .
-- ------- 1 month. TIIF: STATE; IF! FIOIIIDA TO tOil nnivtHY' 10 NASSAU PIU,0J i -.iri.ii, 0'urn" ,,r.tl. ,u' I tiihie ,in ml I iril ul.r"l I "ill) If h" u"y. II I'lIlt> I North !' nil.Ill lre1 C
furnished week .
35 ACHES OF LAND: between OilY or INEZ JFIANE' t .OODIIRrADe : Ai.l') 1111.I .lAltl). I' l.itiiAalull t iir. -CI Oili"VOV l"iln' "tI ":)CI'I'1".1"- I rrnin He ih'ivp (III'n C' Willis! I' ltll'Illt S
Hillmrd end Call.ihan on the old l 504( S. Fletcher Ave. 2/ 1.5.17B. tIc 'o Mr* J.ickMorgn. I : I.lIlIn., .'i."hOC. liol grilleIluiuWaU'lls I tied I (In died, d 1 It"1. M.,ir"h n. I ,"'\ .,ill 1(10I "f W.y : (n'u', JL'lll, 41 t".n.1 111 11.1. 3 211. 2ls-3 II
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1 No. B Mirti-l VHIUKB' r'II.I.' '" I'l-; fr m mlil, (' .ross N iv ,ilH I ''It ','IC ,,ui-I 1 "'''Ii vt'u.lull'00 r.,r iiiiinltIIJ I A im t pyl.v 5

county lond In Ililllnnl $123 REACH APAKTMENTS ,' A ,heville Nirtri Comllna dksil fuil)1. rrjile Nui I .,or' I liil,pinv, I t. Mr Phi .hrlhH eii.Io. ', IIIieil ..ilt.luil'S. e..nl., ,I ItliIt AII.'I -- --- --, .
acre Plume 2'1.5611.'; F27e yea You ire hereby not.f hit thiit a lull Pilnnp, .and riifin'trl. I In, li-i"l I : lulnI'y.llile: : ; 1\.1 i\: UI*: ::::I" II': I 11'.1F.I / lIi.rft'lt. -
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round. $1VS'5'i:; month. ftirn'sh- hm bran flied UK.,ilnit you In (till iihove, I I "10 g illnnt miilor ur lulirkallnu, I I''oh" Oil it lyle 4711if" I tI 111- I'nlilli- ( hiu, ,isle. t.i i PI, Inn riKlit- ('ls-k ,."," l".1 "r'1 lIlt Slulp of HiiHi i, ies-T''ttI, Jul.
- ed, electricity included Ph. milled cuuse 1 and I thnt you urn here- 011. Hrio'd* if M in .u (' UlU FliId i 'I.I I. f-' : ill In tht I I-luil' il 11 u : I II Tt'ttl ('111111'iy. ., lr A II Ill "'I f' "I .1 In All rnevl,t
Sfl,300 bv required I In fill yiir, uiMwcr uilH' I ..J (is. IIr.o.e 'sin I lrulu'toitr |I' ,r.r/'e/ of I ln'l I :nil i 111t Cimuiliy' duel, M.leii, : Dive, Imif Jr. 1.10 F hIll lit Jiiluilil /rt.1 nf I linjilu] ,
7'4 ACnns. high and dry. W S. 201-5-140. tie I the Clerk of his C mi, I. and I In servo 1-0.1 Dl-LIVtHY 10 NAS'AULOuNTY 1'1'Ing I'rili-d( In 5o""I" I ,n' lei'n I 1U7, ( ."' !:: i! :::6 I II i I rI lle ,null nn Olin 4111 .,ly I tet.ruiy.it ,
'' a copy tllertuf, up.m the plilnlllf o..lunlII' lOUIIIIIOITM I'.. rbHNAfl 1 1 111 1 1 T" n n.!ilp n"IP ill t i N,-' Hi .I Ie.'et 3 Uf 'iI''II'J'I; | IK Htnr.i: n.inn.; i Y tout i hu, I U I 1.fI1.! .
Amelia li:,'nil near oirporOWNER ; SMALL: "FURNIsilED house;;; ;;;;;. mtointv whnst n,.,n"e ,mil Lli i '1'IIE/ II. H.OHIUA' ll"i',, Tmnlvf' nr I1" I t: I n. I Ii ;i.o.u. Cuuily' I: :: finribipd_' i i.,ii'V nl lie fnrriii Inn I Inn|.ii..In II niikoin, and
I'cM'Garry.: \ 512 Pil- lie Keystone 11-Id on Atlantic ,diem Ii: Lee lie Tnmllnson( 4ia:I FlorTaeulre SUII, (I u.ll.ms ,.."'t fuel cniile, Nn 2 i. I,,,'i",1 I nn lip N rt l>"' I' I i'll, AI I altlie; An t p.1st "Ih' h"I'tyiicli Ilu.:.iMsl I "I" vhl<,l:| w mnoIl.L'lic: '4 u I A'' nold' I I. I i.icuilipldAlii ; I -
Id4 I uiklinf: ( ksnnvllle( I iIrlii,,,,u" i.i.Re. wan u IUIIR' if lIe, 0 tIle Plct; hv Nnl' 1,t,,," 'I.( 110 .' 'lpil I Ille H..n.h. .r.ll, 'I 1'0 ColIC if' the Prllilnn, imuein I : 1,1111, vr f 'r I'JIMI:'imrI.
grim Hi oil, West 1'u'm'! Beach .Ave Ph. 20I-4G30 tIe I Florid, nt, lutir thjn I ebru.m' fVn< Ale',riu y i.iuerjl Mile id( I'l(..ndi, ullirntH "tub" i. ,11th hv I''''' rul.l lOr w. u 'I I III I ll' 'l'W'i '21 1h.ilili Inn! 'tutelily I to Will, mi I II '|. 'ln.. 1.'e."I. I., A L ie'lliloitt, .
ill,ill (ho frin" lir tuu diirjln, ,. '. "II"'n II 'II\, ", '1 l, I'' I' i/ti' r NJISIU, i t'I.rt.u i, ( fl.t. II. 20
.'I<:rllio. M2GpFI A D l'J8tIf 5" I II 'mv ,Inr: HP hinn'' ill (.MXmt' : ::2 I
-- SMALL H1USE.: nit steps' : close\;; \;nIdriil You Lit to .In in. decree |ties ci.nPIMI .1 lit d,'nil, ,',,ut pi'nml:, \'I I Iv, the rl.t"tI l ,. ''v'"I III'St. lull, I 1'," ueo. ., IIPu : :
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-- I will lie I'l Iprcrl ,ig ,ilnsl( vnu' forte I All bull Hlu' uil, ( .". undo nf .",.h ,. i h- irrl i Air Hie K I'll'' ", IIc',,," I lOll in f,,i ,. I II O t LUI'I : I tIC 'I
t\Atini: CUSTOM MADE: fui couple. Avudjbk' lUrcli rclnf, rloniuniio, I Iif inn i .,.",p,...nilIht ItO:1I ,ii. (le luiuiMul. UK "" til ui tlrerfIle II:,' Oi''st', o. 1"'Jr'I"" "' I i',,"I'I e'I 1'.KIN\i tlct l ., ..I inilii, 1
Venetian lilin.lji nii-mimd and I. Apply at Seaside, Mulc-1 Pin, .< l ituio, ul out, null, IIGIIIII lur nriliiitli I "it.t'lihro, lOX I ,, ,1''rilop,1: In ''0 .i ,'i rl .iitlI'l I ..Mil i lllir, ..1 I "I sea' 'lilIK ''
tie ""I'"' ii ,','rllll: <'...lc. will bo (lu' nl.lIed "1 ''IP1 M "h 0. '118t:' 'tI rco'tr.ie'tI' o ml. ,Iud I Uii'l 1 It'o.k I'llliii'
Inotnll'd.VIle range of color :SGI!( I.4jll3.) tiir.liir.s; mY hind and the trot or I I)' I'" 1I.lr, heed "". k II. III lien IlilIliil'r47i I ..itl', .1 "I' (Hi'l'V1'1'I I' iiii.i'K' "f x.I" II |
l'ORliH Si IOVIQIIST: : Color --- -- --- iotA Court: i.t I 1'('inini'lini U.'uih, Siincitlul. IIMilt-r .h..11. ruinHh .t ir- if UP\ I'u'illi Ir I'i'liCi Ii tt, fd.u', .Io..u C 'il '"1, P "" I I I..lilt t H' WELCOME!
MOfiTRHE: nEDHOOM tin 'liirldj thIn )tel Ujv 'if" I t'liru.ry., .'IA. tmHl' it' l-Timin. C..lip an l.llimn' i ..ml-- I II Inrirliil I e'.ltIt'. l 1'I ,nl, 00 1"MlC', Pttl'en Mu, :
Cfiiter Chose 2GI.( (IfR.(; tf' fuinlhhitiJ. home at Five I'o.nU. ,AU. l.iWhe I nWI) l,,,1111" links, hIll. etiln I ''I' :';: ,e milto: ;:, Ito lil"i'i- ,'Itoh Ie-t I l's.-, t..1 ,111njcS 1"'. Ii.,' t:1: I I IIhii 1"1
----- -.. .. .- ( .ill -, I) O 0 Icy ".,illv'1 hI"i'lilcl I numiir t ir eai'hI ",01'1', r f.-r o"i-.li. 1 I"1 the FIn ...trrlyNnIh. rut In 1111' I .I ,irnr- '
month buy 2 I Cull 201-51 Jl. tIe f) O Oxlry I I .li.l i" I i,,.Ilm( link With cttlrl: rr,lii' n ,",tro C 11,0 N" "I" 0' it'll" .I Lit ti; Ilii-nit" M", il null, ,! UllllllllMinulcn I Id'nti
$2',0 DOWN. $45 tl., k Cllilllt C url lily 'npt'riled. I>U"'I''( 1 (' ,,ilt"li' Ill trrnmilln., ",'..e'h. IIn tnvt'IiIy,' .II 1"1'0 .''I.U': YOUR K3RBY MAN IS IN TOWN :
bedroom home outside dly limits DOWNSTAIRS AF'ARTMKNT Marmiii' Cnuntv, : !l1I1.I III he let-rived up In HI 'IIIitlniK 't 1. h'I".n I II I '110' AM" in I 21111 P5 I : Wont ,IN 71- Ii' ":: : I I'
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Price UOO Corner 4th anilralhutm It 2 6. 13, P. 21 AM Martli I lilt. lull. it \t, lie :Ird d.uyI, "- U.n. h 1"HI I Ar.ii far 'riini, ,Itit I n.mi. If"
t nfuinlnlieJ. I whlili tine mme will he oiieoe-t.| ,I na'l I F.\I., I I I' rt nYI kYI : I 1.1 ill,tc.uttlr5r igiftI, I 't SI 0,
<:r Or f> ( across street from I I """1-rod., uih'i,..1 he tul,. I I D Olhlp.I'I.kII I lliltnwuy' Nil' I. II,mi' IIllhliirtiittv, I Authorized Sales and Service -

>175 DOWN: $66 month huyj three !Fchoul St. Joueph' Academy. 'I.n., to U 0 Oxlry (It-tk n >arlCiunly 121 Iu"i'finit"' fo.'olv' I gut-vt ,v.\ ,,.
PUBLIC NOTICE Cnnimliislniierii N.IHIIIU Cnunty I them KO rkiulll l.twlllY'1|
bedroom masonry hnme built- I hnne 261.4200 or 2bl-800.:! tie c >uitlnllie' I ein.liiiiilia. I'catlih _I. lU-it'es t..r'v' hoe, M""I' IlutIl:
IN: 'tlU'ITV cot nr IN nnton ,
in range anJ ovinREDECOnTED TUB Ntimii Ctt'O' 1'11.111111I"I I I'irldnHie I PUBLIC NOTICE H 76 tltn .. 41'Vl I Inr 2.i1 "Icrt I KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS
It'uurtees croci the right to ret TVIHH 01 HAII'Nolle ure nr Ihi' x'i tie. 1 ;
ONE FURNISHED ono unfurnmhed HIF Nil' lOll ,. ::: I II.
Killifll, Mlliulti' WtitjX
.. an> bltliD ,, ,In hewhy fives that piirminnlin lees Umrn
3 bedroom! home apartment, ocoansij I RFEftrrR: or RO11I-RT 8NTIIKK ilr<-i Ir.OJ;:l I l'lul day of I'thru.irj, (0, finil 4 reset nf f.reel-in, tnlerIn 13 do arena n Wi, Inr 1 t'17il.i Ion:

oak flimrs $1503:; ul:h $200 dunn, I rear round. 120 3. Fletcher 0 eronso 4.No'1i4'C A PdAt\ >4I oh.! I c-U'e numhprel" Mrz. In theIr 'loves 5 South iic'ursllu.lo 1 tielnseinitty I If" & ACCESSORIES :
'I I : COUNTY COMMlSSIONnilS; ",,ill Curt In nod tnr Njn-nu C",unv I III Miliuten Wool IS 75 lit I
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: TO rKHllTIH9 .
$)7 per month Thone 261.3138. :JeUPPER To ill credlinn god all |n-r.oni havlni NASSAU (:COUNTY HOHIOA I It'I situ,, Ir Cl.sneer C. wl ereln l.u'f' .. f'', Wu, ,11,1, HI r..1 In lie'

& ---- lilmi slltitestn4, Id ... Hv Him fnnle Chairman life In -'rn"e, r"iiop'nn., i rorporiInn e: L t Iic.lnnsg. ISis pjrci'l olur
or ATITST' win ptlllotJ'rIn"' Alhfrt' i Ro. md C,01iiios, 4120 aCre, 'f'. Itki.lln '
hECK APT Complettly
STILL NEW masonry, three bed. Ute.You. ned each nf art hereby DOOxl.yCI.rk '...rl'. .''nl1''le. John F. 1. ,kr Timmlp' .n I. .huwl hy tie, hc..vv ". 110 A & D I KIRBY CO.
vnu
furnished Including TV 222,27,31 (, "I'iit 21 24.
room home near hlpli achml' ",.,lIed anil required to preHint lirrv 3 lee: Di Ivor and lI. lie Oliver. his wire l.oilg: .e.url.d 1.1.
,
II J>. a 28 uml 27. ui .h'" onitLiMloll
0 dJII $;3.::;o month Phone 201-311 tf., claIms and dcmandi which' you ur wore dl'fl'nlctia. '.
ily $2.jtt n, per I'ld, (hung, purl nf II
either of you n.av. hd/. uR'lIn.1 tIre I will sell! II'> prnnrtv illu ,iled i InSIKIIIU '1OALLAIIAN No. 5 N. Ith SI reel Phone 211.:1:I WlDUBINO ::
lll.nlifl hb'Iioitl
it bedroom onlurnishedhuoe. .. ,1. er l nOIERf' SANPFHIF: :. lie PUBLIC NOTICENOTItF. [ Ciunty. I Ilnrlel", ilpHtrlhrrt a' WhIch "'ArJllTION. euou Hd:
John T. Ftrrrlri & Son SMALL: ONE!!: .e..ed.< !tile: of Bile del 8"ililm. Pro The l.ml Inrnted. In tIm (:Hv ifFtrnindni :U..DIVISION: : 1IIAT Will. NOI; lie

I'tiimiZfilHTt P"..ir* of !oj,.*..*.. C.m.id.i to Ihe Ills I' !\ : Mill own "It.nh I 0.rIcer Ii ('itv plurcd on ret-nril but u r,,py nf IHIjmiimuil -aeqLetde
108 Allan'ie! Avr. ROOM I furnished apart J E Meitlierlurii, Ciunlv JiiKRe 01 The bird or County Comn.,'ItiKlonpri.nr if Fcrr.mllnn Muse' 'u (','ni-tur., .Iih'iiVlii'ilt ti( on lilt with'
-. --- -- --- I fWD :Ijmnu iiunty. C,.unlCnurtluuic, NnndU Cnuntv I llnrldi. i flOunce .1. FlnniU. And ttt'nvn nnl dpwrllndin he 1'1.' ..."" "rillu anil I AliHtrjil CHIN

NICE. LARGE LOTS for oi:'t. merit. e.n"ndnu le&-h. 1..1,1., .. within oil td bIlls I I'll lurnl, hlnK a|>i>rnxlmulilyIJUIHI ", .Tiling to tie iff,ild, 1.1,1,I nf lice, at tern Jin i (lleirii,, I ..
a. P. SA.II.MAN loiithn (run II e due. 'Jr the find. gillnni" nl I'r pane llijuifnvllni caitli.. tip 'la< IMh'urnpliid' 1 nnd, In, ..
Good teinn One ,qiMiter mile .iiliiicutlor, if, (tilt. n,itua -<:,,..all lai fur: ilellvirv; In NJHIIU hued hv HP Oltioilui llillrn.iil. (;'lIn. W1INIC my hand .md( the Hal
South of live Points, on Amelia PHONE 2613221MISCELLANEOUS: Ejth lUiiii ur fldimndirinnK .. 01.1 I.p In i nuniy' PrlM P "''1' and nr Na*..uuL. p"my In I1"!? and "nl irrtd. rrvlwd if r mid Court at I ermnilln i 1.1'h.,
tfc ---- U unil" must cite the pl.ie nlElldence ...ui,. y Atinti Oirite at Mllllnrdrl. and rn ,ene 4 hv The Unridj i l Tmirlippivetent ""I..ud. inn' Hili diy nf ',' ., ,
Rd. Call 2j1.(; -121 -- iind plI.I"I1 uildresi nlit .>riu. and nr Nisiiau Ci,ur:,y CivilUtlcnse Compiny,, In HUTSuWivW '
-- --.-- -- clilm.int, und must he iwnrn 1111V i lleidijuirtrrf. llullding: ul :, ;. .. iSeal IS I I I 0X1.FYU I

POSTERBO\UD assirted color' tie cUlimmt Hi ,mint. ir in 01 lice Pluinlo: I leimmlni I leith: nn'I nrNIMIU I on IIand' "r''' of I.,,| I' oxub\
'",ney. or It mil. bee'ii n,e out I .'.'lrl., C ,.nt, Jail'. I ..nllnlIn., Ihren. I'II" and( the Mirlh,, "Kurt ,. Clerk > f Ills (Inuit" "urtH
caibon, paper scratch rats bind ,n, ti low n.,illl, It 1 'rltl.,. during, He, l..llvf' fnur, <1141 f rp.I or milfllvhlnni "And : "-ir M U.'I. Attv _
and n-imen paper enlnn'-kln, tor Each creditor in ill deliver mifllrlenl 'nintH ptrlKl levinnlng, April Ut .. "I I)" if l/.l riur ,lii., all In It ill. 2U. 27 J
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As'iSt WILL BUVV SIT Christian copies. .f hi selalin, In en.,ihlt lieCwntv HM .ii' i pmlmg" M.,rcn, .II ,t. I'nll'' eli I k T-'i llindiei, Ihnlylwu Ww
sale at NE.W3 LE\DEK. 511 One child, $10 per week 2 ihll- Juclne, ti mll, ono I... rich 1 huron lul lilliler," alit he required ti I 'lad; : ,.

$1230:; Any ate Ph. :MLLT ). genus': : ii repreecnt1l,4'i, flitS iillIir C I Ii nt">rntn "tutu nr nnl d puhllr iale to Dip hlghi-xt' nnd PUBLIC NOTICE LENT.
tIres DAltD li-htuiry II. AD 1'lfI.!. ,leis Ih ,n 2VI ....I''n' i .'pitllv .,it Civil ':,..I hirlli: fir fr'nil nf Ihe, 1S'W ''X < *+ f.
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59'5. IIUe I I (lI1Ii'A NATIONAL LANK Ol' IJI f'noe 1t..d'luurl"r.( lluilillnH, KaiI'l Niith tr.nl !). r Ire N.,iim.uluntv I NI'fCF III' 1141.11 **
FROM DISPIAYMODI JACKSONVILI ( .inlH. P ern 1. HOMK I! An Annllirv A'''nln"'III'" if. I it!". nne I ill I 111'>m lAtin r III tilt ;'tr.ih: f irl'li( lM>luprn I II I ''III AMn I lIt a l'iii.l llt'rreit I Orei'le',
3 COMPLETE: HIJOMS AI.COIIOI.ICg ANONT the .'titt uf K..licrt SjntcrrtDeceased link ...I N..tk'iu Ciualv. ,, Jut. rrri/in "I 7 m f> M on Iliiih d.iy nl I I ate ent'rol. i ocuut 0 tillit:; c'r.t:I lila: : I Absolutely Fresh!
MOUS help| with, your drinking dim lie i I' (h. Hnridu' ,. und uU" ills Hi' ye -,.I i I',IMISJALI ,, the Circuit fx- rl uf N.ou, f' .0
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FurnIture It oppll.orn niWInj r.b I lift. !Sun Hrlwm Farm : ( II O n/l.FYn I ,
of n\lm cmen-a problpm. Write Bo* :8WCit !: riots puWHijiiirii orij iury 13. f.ll.m l-iiuir liv at H ty Hiirulj' .,1 ,11 tIe f."oIy ,
2 foam rulilicr
pc tMft ifihn(, u Gulp J.. Attv Ililli, '.,irJ. Cioni4" o oxi I.;Y. ,''u.. '" N .in C"UI'Y. Ii,'IIII.i.
infi mukhinl. lie matchIng miktal rh.,ilr t..hie. 1itip with) I".'."" ;/ or Phone Jax. El C.77UO 41 :2'II. II). .27 3. IT MIAIL Rf TIIK RFSIfWSII1ILITY Clock I Circuit' C.urlwn I o..r".d I.' I
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finish. 2 till clenoritir, lump-. ith evuver -- -- -- -- Or SIJCCB-SStUI. HIDIII-: II 1.I,, AllyIt (lila, k 211 Wile. N.rlh IHI reel iibvulhslfrtfi'c'tihlJfl Highest Quality! .

ihmlei. I'e.,mtiful *M mist Iwl 1iooe: SANDING sill refuiiibii 1C I MF THAT: AN AVHIF tUWLYO J 27 Al,n tiewriiwd I -
loom., tune, diulile! ilie,'er nuts I.,irtililnif PUBLIC NOTICE i AS IS 0II'KNK AT Alt.I \\itr A1IONH ai tile, N ,nh Mi t'It of IheH4um
In roe. mu ?eroechOu, I. 1 tinge 'e. Floor tile. Paul E Hanson AT AU TIMES TO INSUHf: : PUBLIC'NOTICE I (04 !tei't ,.t I l.it O Illntk Jllui I I

diuhl b.d. C.imp etc S pc chrnmodliiftu I' -"ft* V\\ .4M,. tieWASIRNG NOTKB HIB IIIIIX 0I"'IA1I'INS! 01 ALL I.AS tglJIKMf.NT : Mi."" Vtrnjnriina, 1..h. FI..rll". I i. almorinH4 I
net lie, Asnlr.lrefe'ritor NOTICE III hereby tlven In,it, Ire( NOTM F I T" rlfTIIIUlN I ul JIU pane Large Variety!
a llh full wIdth fri-./., '\ trmpernhclvei Buurd u( Tr........ ...f lluinptrevl M" Side, ''",,''d he hInt with D O Ox- NAMr: I.AMM t III' In lh,eenier.o/ public, reiordii I
In door und
with trier no,l',it ('onlr"lI.d o eifroll any mnke. Stoves cleaned :10 110 A M Mart ID Id-I fir' the ,,' N ," .,lu t uunty, Cnurthnum plirnuint I 11"\II..u. iinhlic, iale. In the hl h..10" best
toc Clotulo II he' : I .
out hr"Her Tlili, furnitur, hit 4 fHritrtm-e- I fiPniehing! nl DISt'ENsL.MILK J : ., H, UK I l.n n,. n Mem'Ii. "I".ld. Ml"n,-' I LIII (hlo, fur ,'/.h. ut the Norlht fn.nltlnnr
bin un dM.ljv. inly FvurvUimi' new r.y'. tell repair u to i:ild (Institution. vn i y.rl.\ tIlIti--" '.Inrk If M Mirth I Ulh. Ii44. I- pier Ni JiKlM I 0""-i'"f Floridai nf I". ... IU Cnunty ('nurtln.u

IfU "'111.,1. JUBUijr p"'o" "''*I. i Ph. (IIl"ller's. \ulcc 2ri-iJB4: tic ,I bam, Drtiili and >w..i.ific'illuni. (. mu\ I 11011' .III' eane, will h. l4it'leedro'ill i 1"1 will rp r-tpr, oilS. the. Clerk( il ,e In l-irnaniliiia Iln n'n. I t Inntluticlurpn I Peterson Co.FLORIDA'S
I' loll It C' url in "d fnr NIHIUU Pocking
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he oht .
lined from' tn nffict of I.
onw only tht .ii. I immdiredrft II 'Hi gin an.1 I uu p m un
tmimntrntnr. All htrfii mod he ialed .1.I ( 'I 1I.rd removes the right In tern M .oils |ho, \144. ,
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clearly I nurlvd" and filed' with the ., plhlrdtl..n of lIds nnlke tie ''I""I"U' -
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$499 SITUATION; I Admmiilr, vltHin( the ("BALI /" D O OXirv
tune '
J'J'I alluwed Oiled i 1'"M lIt day ul "ehrulII'y,1| .wl.
Ox
The Board, rentrvei the right( to I, AU.I'1fi.IIOARI T tdu Ulr.Intr': .OsMrr, I Ine (' IRCtTnl c8u lev FINEST SEAFOODSADIU'KNT
No d.mn. pavmenti I WANTEDWANTED rtieit unv nnd nil bidi ; 1.111 ( I
: COMMISSIONEl1
r" (OI-VTY !
'V. aOl DATFD: THIS, Mm WAY OF I: !> .' Ham Divli I IDtpuly
I II Joyce
Himediale It delivery EBRU: ''I" vhlih 1 am engiged In I Ity / I STATION
hold isitorooo.tflrlh10g1. 1- ARY 1'KH( NASSAU COINTY. ..I.o niDA : 11"// Clerk I Illarner 10 MARINE WELCOME

NATIONALTrRIUITIJRC I Nr C .W !Bnnrtlei! nv Ilirry Foils Chairman, I ini eng uted In hue moos on N'irth and tier|, I Ill
1': : dav'i work. I ironing( or C W. tin.",(ties. Chairman I 0 J ,r'.nl HI. C' 'run niloa' llnnh ''f \ \ .vmli Iluilfting, '
j Phone 261-3137
WAFF HOI I cleaning. Lury Mac Dclani-y. H>i.rd nf TruvteeiUtftipfcrtyi ATTEST Th.it the trio OnIOn lot ereOo,1 In Jnk.,.nville, t. riaAttiirney.
2r22 Heidi Blvd :; -' '1I12 8 Menwrlo Hi "nltal b 0 Oxtoy Clerk I i .ut (hu.,ine enttrprwv In T '' Her

Jailuonville Oner dnlv, IU 9. Sal Sue M2IC Phone 2614733. F27p It 3 ft, H 3 230, IT.H ting. a a, ::1. U I u in



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News-Leader( Fernandina Beach Florida February 27 1961!)( -:- ... ..;: .- -
P jc Twelve Thursday, the vacancy of (In- Burglar Pilfers Home
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. FlJjHDA l f 1# I Wf, ,tN F. R C E M EN Tr CA 0 EM Y'tf : () resulting was also from con. [On Atlantic AvenueMrs.

Coord of Health Reports Decline In Hepatitis CasesThe + ; "tftAINUKG 4'; .
SHGfUEff f. ,WEMOR'AL, ,CfNTlA :5 5MO&tt' /c.. : : ; been associated with Kathleen Gentry reported
> to city police that her home on- Atlantic .
State Board of Health reported (1,442, In 1962 there were Mill and persons or by contamlnnlcd syrin- It as warehouse I
I Avenue had been entered;
today that the sometimes I only 629 In I'KiS.! : I gel or needlei. ; Ijo ,. ; (I the mill's Initial Monday night and certain Items.on
fatal liver disease, hepatitis, ap. Dr. Sharp unld severity of the Children of grndo sduxil ycnn lie li a votive were missing.
pees to be on the downgrade. after I disease varies Kreatly and that the worn l 10 bo hardest hit by the dinrase N 3J married to the'
a sharp rise from l1follo! ( 12l I but drain. rates among children Beth Poppcll! of Listed as having been taken by
''cansilive agent la unknown but I.i li the burglar,arc a movie camera
>r, Cliirente M Sharp, directorof I ore lowest reside In Jesup JesllP'I'
i believed to be of Aral origin How daughter, transistor radio, wnlth. dinner
(he lx>ard s Bureau of Prevent /
I Dr. said rates
/able Diseases, said that. Florida s 'j(lever, Infectious heputilli In pread ( Sharp moitullly ( Mulshing foreman, ring, perfume and a table lighter./
I fur serum hepulllis arc not available The robbery was'
sell by personal contact probably res. [ InvcstlgalciTby
case rate from I 111.210; 111iOlat to new' duties as
below that of the country as a'plnilory'!I ; but epidemics' have been [ but that /figures for Infection I following Hat- Officer Robert Mott. :

\e tale but came close to the n<<-1|related to cont.mlnal'dl'atl'r' food hepatitis show the highest! death Waters first Joined ,, -
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tlun's rule In 1\160.62.\ ) lie said the'i and milk He said transmission otIlnI''lloli. rates to be among pcisons 35 and VI In 1957 as Pulp
rensons for this are unknown. / hepatitis can occur ail I II lover: 06 per lOOUIKI In the 35.44 ; promoted to his pro- I church, P. T. A. and numerous"

Jn l!.r 2, he said only ZW use ill: true with serum hepRtillx: ana croup, 08 In the 4r>-M group; / foreman's position other community affairs, They
were reported In Florida In 1If.o! (I|I I through transfusion of blood< blood 13 In the 55.64 group und 2,2 In i i ) and Mrs. Waters are I have four' children, Dionne, Steven,
there t're 1108 cave and In lIIil! serum or plasma from Infected the S5-plns grouplattise ('III F.DEPUTY SHERIFF EMORY: WALKER of Nassau" County Sheriff II. J. / !' ( both active In I Allen and David.
blood's( Department) was graduated from the new Florida Law I Enforcement

Ht Tallahassee(( on February 21 as a member of the first class. He wa&.one of 3'J:
Courtney B. Tyson I Winn-Dixie Sales Funeral county and state officers from all sections o' I Florida who completed\ ( an ,intense ...

Accepted For Duty week course", ctnerfng a wide range of technical Mihject Created by the Florida( '

With Peace Corps Up( 6.79 Percent Held Here Friday Iffy Association and operated by the FloriU Sheriff Hureau, the"Academy U All w
Idt'M: first" state-wide training school for enforcement officers. Sheriff Youngblood People

present for the Academy's first graduation( -
JACKSONVILLE FLA. An Increase _
of 879 percent In sales was
Y aP 'recorded by Wlnn-Dlxle Store Y HAVE PURCHASED
Rayonier's
during the 4-week period ended Jesup i

I I February 8 compared with the cor- f A CAPITOL LETTER

(responding period a year ago Division "Pat"n THIS PAST YEAR
Salei volume for this period toItaled .
"oa 69.292673 as compared with KY JERRY MOCK
'$64889421 for the some period In I Malone IO
11963 an Increase of $4 403,252 TALLAIIASSEE The things' Raid the approval of the executive .I I f hove purchased home in Nas-
a
that happens! to the taxpayera'mom'y committee put It on the cabinet
also filed for Jesup, Ga,
I Increase was February 20,
I thn3i. sometime leave him a"rndol'hrre Itl'as vetoed by
period ended February confused I Supervisory chnnges In 1 the
County and make that home
Guy Karris Biyant. Another however : you
I II I I
8. Sale totaled 8531,031,742, a8 ishing Room" of the Jesnp i
Take for Instance that "class.room" said If 11l'as to go before
compared to $506:; .'127,942 for the were announced today by '
I building the University of the cabinet It never got down on permanent residence then you are
,. corresponding period a year ago, Hnikell, resident manager
Florida want to build down In
paper.
I 1 Ya3I .
an (Increase of 4.76 percent. I
)
t:: Gainesville It was authorised first Bryant was charged with hiiih- mill.H to the benefits of Homestead
i Winn-Dixie. now operate 623 re )i Arthur Malone, Jesup
by the 19S7 I
legislature./ But since handedness In blocking/ cabinet
ton tall unit and wholesale units Finishing Supervisor, has been
I I no money was forthcoming, ItwaHn't I consideration of the project. But 1 .
Southeast compared muled to fill the
throughout/ the position of
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built. another which would have :
source ;
I with 601 retail and 8 wholesale units ing Si wnreliousc(! ; lt : I
rt to be antagonistic to Biy.
Finally bide were taken this year reason
a year ago A replacing Hubert J. bwenson
I and the contractor bid 82111,000more :! ) ant Indicated It might be a good has resigned that position.
making application for Homestead
r than the available. Idea to look the thing over. ex
C o u n t n ey B, Tyson dough. Pvt. J. L Campbell I money Malone Is a graduate of ( for the first time must!! bring a Deed or an
One of the
fix; of Mr. and Mrs Daniel Tyson, John L. Batllse well known Ne. But the real story of the buildIng remaining questions Tech, holding a degree In of Agreement to show proof of ownership
43* S, 9th Street, left Frldoy for I Completes Special gro resident of Fernandlna Beach, seems to come trickling out. I does the building still contain. trial management. He Joined The Deed or Article of Agreement
InI 75 classrooms
r"nnnnn, Vermont to undergo In. died February 18 at his residence, There wan a fountain planned per cent as originally onler'i Fcrnondlna
Course At Ft. GordonI
lilal the center of the building, The planned, or, 75 per cent administrative recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit
training ai a home economics 311 North 4th St? following\ a pro. 1956l'a.; transferred to
Instructor with the V. S. Peace I GORDON, GA (AHTNO longed Illness. fountain and other frills ostensiblywere offices? his present capacity In 1959 before an exemption can be allowed. This Is
scrapped after the $200,000 One of the Legislators boostingthe It wives you money so take advant.
Corpi Pvt. James L. Campbell ion of lie was' a native of Kings/ Ferry active In the local Boy Scout I
,.Upon completion of her training Mri Juanita Campbell, 15 N. Sev. and had lived\ In Fernandina Beach extra cost showed up. building pointed out earlier gram: has for several yean this benefit. REMEMBER: you must bring:
In the U. S. Virgin Island and In cnlccnth St, completed a 20-week 67 years lie was a communicant The Board of Control was toldIt that approval was given a $500,000 cipated t In :the Jesup Band o or Article of Agreement when you apply
Puerto Rico, the will be assigned teletypewriter equipment repair of Good Shepherd Episcopal Cnurch' would cost (1470 a square foot addition to the Florida Stale Univ. Club I and li recent Past ; I first time.
&to.Jamaica ai a home economic course Feb. 7, at the Army Suth.1 and served as senior warden for to build which would be a decent erslty football stadium of questionable dent of that organization The
Instructor eastern Signal School Fort Gordon, the past 20 years, price for a classroom and administration academic value lonl"'. have three children

:-41ie: Is a graduate of Peck Ga. Ho was associate owner of Huff building Then the Board Dr. Wayne Relit, University of Ricky and Sheryl. 1st is the deadline for making
,
Htph' School and Florida A and Mtlnlvcriity Campbell was trained to maintain .' and Battlse Funeral Home established of Control got the word The $1470 I Florida president, said his school Swcnscn; has accepted' an !
where ihe received herB and repair teletype act and here In 1840. square feet Included a huge covered was willing to deduct the $200,000 ment with the sales staff of fa : for the Homestead Exemp

,-B. degree In Home Economic related equipment, such ai page Funeral was held last Friday at walkway that reduced the I from the rest of Florida's allot. Steel Corporation, and will In
the cost
Education. per-foot cost. Actually capacity continue his
printer and transmitter 3pm, In St. Pctcr'i Episcopal of the building was going to aver. ment under the $45 million bond with the pulp and paper

= MODERN CITY The 18-year-old soldier entered Church with Father James Ellisor. age more than $17 a square foot, program. Someone asked him Just In the Southeast. The
ofllelullng. Burial was In the family
:Xlmberley, birthplace of the the Army In June 1963 and com plot In Basque Bello Cemetery. not any huge bargain. how urgent were ouildings that peet to remain In their Jesup
t diamond Industry, li a neat mod- pleted baste combat training at his wife, How the building got approval could be reduced by $200,000.It I dence for the present. S i E. N. McKENDREE
Local survivors
are another In January U first Joined Rayonicr'i
ttti city of about 80.000' standing was story. j
Fort Jackson, S. C. makes wonder how
lituA J. Battlse and two of his one many
I
en open veld, 265 melee 1 southwest was turned over to the Board ol Division In 1953, und has been
"Johannesburg, In the heart of He U a 1963 graduate of Fcrnan- ton, Stephen S. Battlse and Rudolph Control executive committee, which of these buildings really are urgently I the Jesup Division since 1957 I Assessor, Nassau County

the Republic of South Africa diva Beach High School, Williams. had, authority to act One source needed. I The appointment of Dixie
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