Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00062
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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In Over t Nassau Of A Service Century County IfTernanhina i leach: H ewsJ1euner[ Your And For Best Local Advertising Medium News i

Sinn I8M Abiorlwd by)/ Purchase. Merger or Succmnlon, The Florida N..... The Emt Horldun, The Penmmlu The remiinninn Ceuncr. Hie hi and City. Fpr.itmi" onwvrr rirnnnrtinn, Expreti. The Fernandna, New, The Hurlda Mirror The N"i...u County SI,ir. The N...., the '. """dma, Record
Feinundlna NeneRmird, Nassau Couim, Leuirr,, The Outlook, The 'luttddU..r.ta l Neat The I erniirtlu. Nmt the Buccaneer
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/usfadin'All Record Crowd Is Expected Here To Attend

the airport Fernandlna trails and this the weekend Beach Jaycee-sponsored municipal lead to Golden Crown Prix Saturday And Sunday

Golden Crown Prix The annual

sports car races continue to grow

In Interest and attendance each I -
year and bid fair to noon become Over 1 100 Drivers

one of the major sporting event. In H. J. Youngblood TENTATIVE ENTRY LIST ,' H. S. McKendreeTo
the dale Join the Jaycees. the I
rl rlt Expected For 4th
race drivers and other uporti tar r
buffs this Saturday and Sundav Asking ReelectionAs Car No Driver Hume Town Type of ('arhihtrspoit ('lllHSH T Seek Office Of

and do your bit toward helping in I .0 Bill Bine, Vcro Be' ich S\\H -:M Annual Event
this fine effort If you love speedy 0 Bll Duekwoilh Oiljiilo hnrm Car t'.Y '
Sheriff :
cars you'll thrill to the deep-, Nassau 1 Fred Brumlilck Jatksonvllli. t'la.I.I.ruIII! E.M Sheriff In Nassau
throated roar of the Ford Cobras. 2 Smokcv Dorlct. Chill? ruin Luis h.J 6 IIV imis IIITIK\ :
3 Russell L Norbiurn: Asluvlllc. N. C.Jo'll'tIunII! II.P e All tin tin'ills and spills, ,if, big
the the foreign
Chevrolet Corvettes \11 S, .
'Hub'' MiKiiidrrc of ru.h'l'
4 Win. T Lucas, Augusta. da. PurlinVolvt. Fl; P league spoils, tin rlfl'lliu111) liehue '
made Ferraris Jaguars Aston 5 John Fort Riviera Heath sprite 1..M luis qualified| us u caiuldile for
.Martins, Porsche Alfa Romcos 6 Tom DuPrce. Miami Springs Beach V t..v rkt nhaa this unkind im Hit liuilh lilt of I lie uf SIII'I'IU.oIa.au: Conn.Iv .
Lotus Triumphs and the like all I 7 Howard .howler Miami Sprigs Pnrstlu F.P annual' running of tin 'Golden I In the coming Dimotrallt pilni .
they slide around the hairpin turns 8 J. K. Quattlcbaum Savannah. Ca. Alt it SplTK G.M ( limn' Prix gals uiiiliiHiiv flu 12ruce u'yMcKinilrte
(Continued on page six) 9 John Batten\ Orlando -4 \1).Ph program has lnmini !H.( tuliniilH .
10 Tom Wright, Melbourne\ hum Cur '.VII l tll dIIt.'llh, mote Hum I Ii HIexpuiul J
W Lee Morris Miami turn 'ur r..V / hy l Sut in'diiv.

Fifteen QualifyFor 12 Brian U'Nell, Miami/ Hi'it'rj (..M a The Javtit K|>ons""iiil Dvlsliiml
13 Robert K. hold' Oiliimlu MdIK ,\ F.P
14 1\ m J. Wetherill, Port Itov'ul l, S. C. .J *..P Ural I : :'I'S Hindu arc' ; siimiiDiiiil;ItiMin; ';:: if by tin1 Hie'Spits(;in;I
Elective OfficesIn 13 Frank A. llirmsud, Augusta. Oa Austin He' ill'y t.p:
I Car ('lists I ifniiriiu
16 Charlie Prcsslcy Alia Rococo \DPF > mid held ill
17 W. F Hamilton. Augusta Ca Porsche .P I IK.' hiinmiilliiu !liiiith/ MiiiiipilAh '

Nassau CountyAt 18 Whit Tharln, Allendalc. S. C', burnt Cur h.VHM 'port' .

19 Cecil Sloekard Atlanta Ga, SAAB Dimlnurlva / Iht PHWIIIII' IxKlns at 7:31):: ) 11.11\|
20 Chuck Gounle, Dalevlllt. Ala. h .J riidiv with/ timer "iiklslnitlon ul I
time today fifteen have
press 21 Bill Phanevc. Tyndall Alit Lulus 7-\ r'.)P Hit 111'1'/11101)i (iiiur,
qualified with Clerk of the Circuit 22 J. G-P
Roger Chaslain Dieiliill Bract snilcliic2J
Court D 0 for elective offices On Siiltmhy. a pnitllir Mssluii
in the county.Oxlcy Don Russell Columbia S. C Cobra A.P CII.\ltl.IK: Kohl of Miami well known in porl"| tar nc- Hill lust I Iran, II II i ni lo 3 1111I. at
24 Frank Detazlo Pcnsaetlu Porsche KPG
Qualifying which began at noon ] 25 Donald Kearney Clearwuler Spilelirt .P fog !'i n'I..", won the feature races of (the 1 196:1:) (iuldrnrown whlill linn I lie lust of 4 rams Mill

Tuesday will\ continue through 28 Raleigh R Meyer Jr. Columbus Gu \. H Sprite 11 1.PI I (' I'rlx.; Kolh, pictured tit( the wheel of his 1 PorNcheRSK. l ('ginSiiliiitiay.

March 17 The Democratic 29 Jell Stevens, Miami Springs Portent S/W! \ U.f will drive In the rontnetition thin! weekend_ l.nytyear's iimn' will hi
noon H. J. Youngblood, Sheriff of Nassau !
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primary election will be held on County has announced his 30 Ray Mummery Coral Gil>lts Biiklty HP (liiof starter Jack KittlnKer h hhown at left instriped dancing al the 1 doliltu I'm
31 Jesse Emerson Galnisvillt Alia li mto 11.1' Ball. U ul tin 1\1111I11'111111! \ iitiliirluin .
May 5Three. I shin. |15555 |
for reelection
candidacy to his pre. J2 Dave Tallaksen, Atlanta, da I 1'll'e; (Courier 1-J: _ _.__ Muie111 It pnvlditt' l>vAlaxli
of the qualifying candidatesare sent olficc subject to the coming 33 Hal Williamson Tampa Pirsc.ie S. !tin \DP) .
seeking the post of Sheriff and May S Democratic primary J4 Hug Klclnnetcr, Miami Btftra Mk 11 G.M and this Shaiim und if

three are seeking the post of Supervisor His formal announcement follow: 45 Gee J. Miller Winter Park rum Car h..V h'I'Hhml'lIl.1111 hi uviulihli.( Admission In a gi,'nwdl: tern
of Registration, I This is to announce my candidacy 17 Bill Buchman Sara
Those qualifying/ are: to succeed myself as sheriff !18 Bob Winslow Davidson, !J'%. C Sprite H-P ,' Sunday prulIIP mil begin lit J Yi li'c. huving/ engaged liuliuslnisa/
J9 H C. Zilza Orlando Porsche IP; m and; lust null 111:10: a in, /in
of Nassau In Nassau
County subject to rules County ion .
Harry D Johnson Group 1 I'I'a munv years
Ocean Highway and Fort Author. of the May Democratic primaryContinued ,142 41 George S.111i1h. Orlando Fern Car _F-V At Beach Golf Course (Continued on |1'1' ((' twit>) i lie Is now completing his huh Sear
I nick Williams. Cluiit. Ttnn. Masserull \\1: ; -- --
Uy I ( on Pair Five) an a County nimlskioner, front
44 Harold St. Jihns. Jacksonville. Ma, T.4 11.1'I the 3rd! District, -,-
Felton V, Moore Justice of
45 W O Stone, Pt ll-P J. W. ( ) JonesTo
the Peace District No.1.*.* Roberts 146 I James- Stark, Jacksonville nsucoia Ha. Sprite Sptllh'e:::; h-P: !Muling! M"ndanlghl/ In spitlalstssiin The expinillliiic at the beach will I. Bully Hi Main\ tint he will Milk an

H. S, (Herb) McKendree Qualifies 47 Geo. Robertson, Locust Grove. Ga, Corvette A-I' wills Iht' City PI,inning mid hi bur a pavlllitm type building IHlive campn gn for the office of
Sheriff 48 Loyd Rees Coral Gable Morris 1150 Sun, Advisory. Hoard the City Coniniln. whlih will house rest rmims Inc : Campaign For bherllf: and Imti below mime of the

Kathryn (Teene) Haddock I For 50 Andy Anderson, Jacksonville, Ma 1'It-3 o'.p) slun Mppropiiuitil $2J. w for im the, public. shclttr areas stoiamfiullitliB I litmus that IIP thinks the clllMiis,
Supervisor of Registration SupervisorOf 51 Gee. Cornelius, Jacksonville )Ha TR.3 P.1' provenwnts In the btnili million fir lifiginird niulpmint f ol the tounly should know In to
John O Harrow SherllfT 112 Ted Tldwell Augusta/ (.a. ,Porlche11 lJ.1' I area and $Dtt(1;; ( 'bur h.prl'Yl'mr-II1A1 and other cilv equipment used at i Hospital Trustee how he stands and what lit will dl)

... "Beano',: RobertTJUpur. Registration 53 Ed Lewis. Moody Ar'B Porsche .:-1' at the 11011'l'IIur.t' dub house, the beach mid\ will have an out. 1 I should/ the voters elect him fur this
54 Dick Stable Orlando Form Car t'-p
visor of Registration I riiior dance palls. high office/ .
55 Ceo Lacy Miami SlInb'all1 Alpine t"p J w. Dullvi Joins annniiniifl 1 '
Glenn E. Kitchens Constable, I Stpaiale Items In the expend) this Heck thnt he has qualified for His
I. Don "Beano" Roberts of Fornandlna 06 Ray Newman, Augusta Ga Lotus 18 t'.J announcement follows:
District No.1. Beach, qualified this week 61 T. B. O''Steen,P ompano VW I Sun Jimmy Stevens i I tine are as follows: a pout) in I he Board if Trnslun of i Continued on page three)

James S. (Jimmy) Stevens as a candidate for the office of 62 George Avent, Klngslrce S. C. Bl'g'Ra 11-101 i I Complete outside wiring' (Including Humphreys Memorial llmplliil, .

Board of County Commissioners, I Supervisor of Registration of Nas. I b3 Murray Kelluer. \Lecanto LJIIIIlIJer SP 2.iO 1>.1' Seeking : 9 mercury vapor| lights I fur' con.Itrollid subject lo the Missy S Dunixrulic(
District No 3. County. 64 John Gelsler. Orlando Austin HI'al'y t D-P County I circuit and all I underground: primary Political RalliesSet
sail 65 Bill Bowman West Palm Death Porsche IIS.61 a t.1\1: '
Dorothy Jeffreys Balogh Supervisor :'eobit'I' ) (2410: ; h('Her and patio
of Registration, 68 J Frank Harrison Clintt. Ttnn, Lotus 23-B )0'.1\1 Commission Post lighting. l.bfl: : building complete.

Charles B, Jones Board of 167 John McCain, Patrick ArB Squirrelcage/ \\I.M SIIn wllh sewer ,lapin 112000( : sldi. By DemocraticExec.

Public Instruction, District No, 4. John Hoffmann Dunedin SAAB walks and dance patio. S2080; addlliinal .
John F. (Fred i Armstrong Sr. 169 W T. Tyler, Charleston S. C Form Car F.V James S i Jimmy'' Sltvcns an shutter complete" with tab-
Commission. (1 Bill Bcnckcr, Jacksonville, Ma) 'urm Car f.V tmiimrd Ihln seek (thai h>' has CommitteeThe
Board of County and benches. II400 additional
72 Glenn W, Lewis. H Hunker A. 11. Spl'lte II-I' quilihed and will tampaign/ for apost ;
era District No.5. .'.V rinerrle! IK'in'his and tables, $>000;
73 Col
Fred : ) 10'01111 Car
Moore rUinArU in th" ( 011"" (iininKsliin, .
E. V. Garcia Judge( Small n k,. f 74 Mike Kclna. Tampa '1'11.4 lJ l' shaft tar parking area, $7Vl, and Dtmiitrutlc Fxeiullvo Com-
Claims Court $ 75 A N. McGlotalm Hossvllle, da Lola 10' J I 1" uddili mil rip nip, $4,(IKK). millet of Nimsui announced' this

II J. Youngblood Sheriff 77 Grady Foster Savannah Ga Arnult Bristol 1 D-1' ; Tin action by the clly was taken week Unit fiur political rallies;

J. W. Bully( ) Jones Board of 79 David Bymun, Atlanta, Ga I'ojsche .;.1' r on a nntlon by Commissioner L. L hive bun slated during this year,
Trustees Humphreys Memorial 81 Bruce Moorehead Tampa Sprite Mk 11 G.)I' a Ilihaimin primary
i and a sicnnd by Cominlsslinir
Hospital. District No 2. I + 83 Fred Glaesner Chariest, S C A.I.\ Sprite G.I' < Hilton Kitchens Affirmative First of I the rallies Is set fur

J. W. Peters Constable, Dis l 84 T J, Kelley Augusta, Ga M"rgall E-i': ) 1 votes by Mayor Johnson' and Apt 11 HI at the front of the MasoniiIttlge
85 Peter H A-I'
Greg JacksonvilleHa) Con''lIe
(net No s. 1, 2, and 3. (iimmlfNlonirs Hi n Snnnstn and in Hilllartl
j 86 Roger West Birmingham Ala MG IIIII'\( : \ (1.1'J8
Bill, / Tlektln Huntsvlllc, Ala. l.olu Sit C.p John Tlllakns iiimle/ the action un Tin HI i'onil rally will be held! on

!W( Bill Terrell Jacksmville" .'1... Mo\ h o'.J P IIOIIIIOIIH'Ciinliniii. April 21 In front of the Pout .01 file
John Pozega Dies 91 Bill Terrell Jacksonville, hlu Malldl Slit II-M 'd in ,page/ six) In \ulce
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"j 92 Ken Butler Ntw Orleans. La. hum Cur I Jo'.V -- -.-- -- On May 2 the third rallyjwttf ha

Today At SchoolJohn I I92 Gene Castle' Racing, :Team, San: Juan,: I'. !It t Lx la (1.51 HPtf4 us Mrs. Dorothy Balogh held' ul the Uilliihm h airgfUiindjL i '
A Baker franklin I Unn Fiat Abaitli Tin soul rally will be held inriiniiiiillim
Ed. Brcnamm Orlando Facto Cur t..V '
Seeking SupervisorOf Beach at ('1Iytnrt1I'drk
Pozrga 42, physical education 95 William Clark, Nashville Turn TIC 3 h.'.P Jones qiiililltil Tiiisiliiy bur the ( ,
Instructor ut the hcrnandlna In announcing his candidacy !16 John S. Tivlor. Jaiksinvilli. Ha. '1 IHJ r .P Registration Post \District 2 si ul on the Bum! and
All ralliis sill start! at 7:10:
97 C C. Cannon Chailtston S. A II II-I' : pm"?
Beach Elementary School died this Roberts Issued the following oUi.I C. Nitrite' d
Issued Hit
Mrs. Uorolhy Jcllnys llulugh following sliittniiiilI : it wan annuimi'cil by the commit
afternoon at the sih'til from an I I clal statement: 98 Jack Morse Camden, S, C Lul is 7 A "-P ann
apparent heart attack, while play. "I Don "Beano" Roberts hereby 189 I ; H, L, Jordan;I, Charleston; I S, C. Ixvin Cruhlty II.Mai IIIIK ul |10 the Vwnluicltr (his 'I I J. W, Iliilly' Joins, uiiiHiinie tic and II was also staled that s

Ing In a student.faculty ba ketballgaml' announce my candidacy for the or.I Larry Sorensen Cocoa Beach hlvj: F.J work Hint else hue iinililliil, bur the my tundidiiy fir nu'mlwr, of Hit' hint of five minutes wIn TS2. (USPpiMtd
olfict "r f Nassau:< Supervisor of Hoiird of Trustees of 1I111J11'hn'ys un all Mpiukirs. TT.Tflic
I rice of Supervisor of Registration I
A respirator from the Fire De. of Nassau County, subject to the Stevens' is staking the |pull' In IteglHlrailon' Mtmorlul Hospital, Nassau Counly unnuiiiitt'nit nt of till! fee
\District Nu 3 Mrs Hultigh says that she will District 2, subject t to. the Dimotiu was made folloulnil\ the (Ir t. ll64nutting !
the 5th i vacated by H S.fcK'ndree.
parlmcnt was rushed to scene May Primary. Produce
Maurice To
Geoffrey Pageant His make her official allnc.uncl'ml'n1 In tic Primary on May 5. nf the Democratic execu.live .
by Assistant Fire Chief Jimmy "I 34 old, veteran of olflelal ann >unte-
am a
years next wuk Issiit the Commlltit rib 27 In the
mint follows if News "I am 41 years of ago. a lifelong( ) in
Graves and Fireman Over: Chin 4 years Military Service during the : louder, I ''Conliniicd/ un Five) (Cintinuud five)
page on page
The stricken man was m'mln. IOn Amelia Isle For Historical "I I wish\ to
ccv ) Korean war; am married and have Society uiiiiomiu lo (tin vot i
islrred to for more than 23 min. 4 thildicit: presently manage the set of VIHSUI County that t urn a''i

ules before death was proms wed Fernandina Beach Miniature Golf Fernandina Beach will be In the I land as Iht Isle of right: Hniis I//luhd"'e/ fr mimltr of !NUSNIIIomity ::10a1 ; I

by an. Pozega attending had physician.Mr. been a member In Course rcrnanclinj, reside at Beach 19 North and Ijth am SI a I national! distributed spotlight bv through the rlnndd publicity which sponsorship will be of presumed(he Duncan under laim tin. :iue;: coining CommlHsiin Ucniucrislie: ::; District, priinnrlis 3;I; ,:In I / Rayonier; Division; ; ; Gets National Award

of the faculty of the Elementary: number of Mi\ mi rial Methodist Development (Commissii. as n. nl Clinch: storknl Sicltly al "If illitid' I pledge .thai+ I Mill
School sintc August, IQ51.!) comlnj lln rtrnindinii Dnlslon of lillY *. --
Church. bca rsalslet/ umltrvuv fir the the iiililin ('ro" n Fiesta in JuniMauiicc iiiiliiut/ I lit put firth' my evtry ef.tnrl "mlir honorid
here from St. Lucle County, Hit (Continued; on Page five) .to the 11'ul hili'll') of IntorporalKl was
historical! pageant on Amelia Is well known our
wife. Mrs. Ann Porcga Is present utility list I riiuisiliiy in =New York by the
I teaching: at the Junior high|/ I prodlll ('r.dll'f'ctur.lho) wits\ In iimly us a CommissionI' ax Iirsvu I Amirlian Papi and PulpSSIH'lullun .

School Gordon Is Named i Charles Jones Seeks hcrnindniu' Reach last weekend ulnays duos as a privaternlat'n I lur' having Ihe I lust I live.yiur
tr i'lie till i.Hit''lul.
Emerson Finer, principal an. Member Of to look our ht Clinch us tin pro. study record of any if the nearly
nounted there would be no school Mosquito : Reelection To Board posed site for the presentation "I 1 feel I I know the niidi of our 70 pulp mills In Hi mmihiustHi .

tomorrow Friday for grades 1 Control Authority Of j I Public InstructionCharles this work tonllrmid a It'lt"liweallreeDlenl / county through a close axnnl'lattunContinued I I .'y an Itausthirt, managir of JM
through 8.Judge. to produce and direct ( on lag rive) the htrnandlna mill accepted tllltSuuth'rn

Governor Farris Bryant has Jones Imumbint on the the upcoming pageant ---- Rtglonal Award al lirem .

I'I named Dick Gordon of this city, Nassau County Buard of Public Geoffrey was\ widely acclaimedas County And City >nlis held at the Waldorf llIrla
WaybrightTo 'to the Amelia Island Mosquito .d rector of Next IlottI
I Instruction from District 4. qualified producer Officials
Control Authority th1I eck for rccltctlon Day In The !Morning\ ," the hlstirl Attend The American Piipir und! Pulp i

Address Local I Gordon suieems hum Merrow, Jones told the NcwsLcadir that cal puKi'ml presented at .the Itib Road Board Hearing A SKIM'lul inn's t'l\e.\'I'ar Sulely

I who resigned from the post when ,,'he will Issue his official ault Centennial Celebratlin in Award Is based on cumulative acclilint ,
he moved to Barbados in the West Jacksonville last year He also County Commission Chairman rrI'lIUI'ne"t'rl'qllellc(| )/ )/" I Is

Parents GroupJudge 'I Indies to manage a shrimping op. next sock.Buccaneer. pr,'dm'id and drilled Into These !Harry Pink. County( AII or,my an Industrial linn niiaiilng the

I>i i eration I Hills at Cherokee N. C. Thou J Shave Jr" City Ci mmlsiiom nunilwr ol subllng Injuries occur

', Trail He Is a former director of the 'r L. L. Hi,.hann"in and City ring f for each mlll! >n man-hours
Roger Waybrlght noted Fernandina Beach Traffic Tamna title Theatre and the JacK Manager/ Divlil d.iichnl wire In that a plant imiiloviis work
Jacksnnvll jurUl will\ speak lo ai I Presses 2nd
In establishing Its a\\lIrd.\llnulnll
smvlllc( Little Theatre and was Lake City Wednesday fir the State
group of local citizens on March 12'' I IU Into Service id lie Huvoniir mill,
Weather Ferry pr about the advisability, of forming! CaiparillaThe The city nlfiuuls. uttendul tin worked 44*>0T7! mun-hours from

a local Parents League 8 Approved Weather StationS Both the Buccaneer and lllack pageant will\ reach other pro milling t I.> urge/ the rebuilding ol 11,9! through lUtU! with only 7 tlisublmg x4o ,
Those Interested locally In sucha I
project have named Dr W D. Lull N.n Cooperative Obiervn Sunday, March 8th tu facilitate of menihi of the Jack. Avenue to the John T. rerrtlraBridge frequency of I 1.57. It was acknowledged .

Rodeffer a. Chairman with the Max Mln Rain handling of the heavy traffic expected sonvllle Civic Ballit, who have complete with curbs and as not only the best safety
Thursday, Feb. 27 57 41 199!
following as subl'halrmenIn! ,
for the Golden Crown contributed their talent for dame gutters! pi'rformance In the South but one
Cecil Brew ton. high school; Mrs Friday, heb 2fl 64 51 22a Prix" Joe Vofitld manager of numbers and ccstumis to be usid Italph Poutrs. road hoard mini of Ihe outstanding cords In the

Henry J. Allison 7.8 graders and Saturday Feb 29! 54 32 0 the Buccaneer Trail anmnimed\ from the Hibaiill ('cntt'nnial, hit, from (Ihm district rxurmsidntirrol entire North American Pulp und1'1I1"r lUCY AS K\l 's( 'IIHiP, resident manager accept! a pin-
Mrs E, J. Johnson Jr S.6 grades.The Sunday March 1 64 40 0 ,
today. The Stale Park Service hiss in (Ihl' prijut and said Industry.
from Maxwell I u. Hirdeen. president of the American
group has Issued the follow. Monday March 2 69 jO 0 qua|
"from now on the ferries will agreed for addtnnal that Nassau IIIIH The award tu Hit rernandina
In arrange score County now
Ing statement on the aims and purposes Tuesday, March 3 87 63 T Pulp and I'.iprrNMiitl.itl" for I he l heat t ;5-year safety
be run every Sunday and holiday parking spate ut hi Clinch tu' atcommodate '. some Mcondjry road nu ney. hei mill byPPA followed an Inter.
of (lurming such a group: Wednesday. !March\ 4 84 60 0 I record of all pulp mtllt in the Southeast The award was
.. and whenever traffic necessitates those attend.UN and Mould make every effort to loop. ) company honor uf being llm infest
The tHth In ,
(Continued on pare six) I rlQrlU rvblls f furnished ItulUts courtesy Co. )/ It," the manager continued. (Continued on page six) trait In tbl requttt j (Continued en j>s|. 3)) mad. at ceremonies In New York'saldorfAstorl* Hotel.,

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Durshimer In
)' Two re, Leader Fernandina Beach F'lorldthurrdal' March 5 1964FERNAN01NA Frank
eve ve- ; ) ,
I -, 1964 Feed Grain Record Crowd Humphreys Memorial
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BEACH NEWS-LEADER Revival To Begin I Program Offers j, (Continued from Pane One) : Frank., Durshimer shop foreman
en ASH STREET PHONED 3i//i8' miA Sunday At Spring : wh''H' time the remaining 8 races. L at the New Leader, was admittedto
Homemaker Memorial
For Humphreys/ Hospital
John rL Perry Newspaper "will bo rim.There .
Hill Chuu hAll 111
al home
Baptist Major Advances i will be 6 refreshment I today after being timeseveral
ia> C 4'f.u) Editor IDol Maess.rNATIONAL l days.Coworkeri.
[stands avall..bl8: and (thesewill !lie>
Revival will
Old-Fashloned >By wish for him a
strategically (rented throughout the
be held at Spring Hill Baptist The Feed Grain program slgn-u
I began on February 10 and MeN The Little Women and J.:> speedy recovery.- ,
rDnO" Church beginning March S and runsthrough Mrs. Mary N. Harrison '- -
q continuing through, March 15. March 27. Activity daringthe reD wlvcn are expected t > dj an
1 I ''A C8T13 ( Rev. Jim Wade, pastor of the first three weeks of the slitnI excellent Jib cf ptoxldlna; delu: '>u: I Home Demonstration Agent and dale on plastic refrigerator or
food and good service. i conlalnris.' This Idomlli.
up li running well ahead of the freezer
u-:: First Baptist Church at Bai-tuw, I I
.... will deliver Bible preaching at two I| lame period of sign-up for the 1961 i| One of the special features cf the I calion will come right off In the

ABC AlDlTEDPAl... CIRCULATIONllPlibllfhed services dally, at 10 I.m. and at program .I Gulden Crown Prix Is that speila- _. . . ......... hot soap or detergent suds used
every Thursday and entered at the Post Office: 7.99: ( pm. i I Miss Myrtle Mlkkclsen of the j tars rosy view (lie races from their to wash the container j Itself,
Pernaadioa r.orlda second class mail matter and with their radios tuned to *
*- Beach. at There will be special music by 'ASCI County Office laid fiat al. cars A CK\\ REFRIGERATOR >should be washed often with a
.= 8uo.criptt! a tales: the 1064 Is haulI WPAP they may hoar complete Always rinse \tin cans In hot soapor
Lionel Williams at each service hough( program CUTS FOOD WASTE: The proper cloth or sponge wrung out of hot i
_la t y ar U.Zt> 6 months 1.26 S Months 'I suds
.. MSU a out of Rev. Dan Wade, pastor, extendsa I rally the same at In 1063 two ma- coverage! use and! care of a refrigerator will I soap or detergent sudi. Rinse and detergent Immlriately af.
=- year county cordial invitation ti> the publicto | ]Jot Improvement probably account Golden Crown Prix admission is make It work better and last long {polish dry with a clean cloth. If tcr emptying them of food; otherwise .
attend i foe the Increased Interest shown $200 Saturday end 1300 Sunday er Make sure It Is set level for vinegar or ]lemen> juice Is used to the] residue will' develop a
''by the county's farmers this will) he mWibnal ei1&rRO'of rancid odor and attract Insects II
The nursery will be open at each year Three nn the m-"it eflclent cperallon of Its .remove corrosion, this acid should
GIRL SCOUT WEEK service. She pointed out that feed grain $1.00 for Infield privileges Vil- mechanism Try to place] It\ away I Ibe sudsed off promptly refuse! must wait even a day be.
I farmers may divert as much as 50 vance tickets are it'll'! on sue: and from stove>, water heater, radiator, fore being collected
-This year Girl Scout Week will be observed from March percent of their feed! grain base under a savings of $2.0)l'11I< result If and sunlight as heat Increases the To loosen accumulation of i

8-U.. Completing 52 years ot service the Girl Scout organization !. LETTERS TO the 1964 program while last these tickets are purchseJ Friday operating costs for gas or electricity wax on linoleum, spread it with alI

: continues to move ahead to meet the changing need A year the limit was 40 percent. Also, night and may harm lire finish. I coating of soap or detergent suds
I farmers who divert 40 percent or The Jaycees wish to for about ten minutes Then scrub
of I express Storing food In fie: refrigerator |
today's \ I
youngsters.Girl THE EDITOR more of their feed grain base will their thanks and appreciation to Me: carefully cuts down on fond waste I and rinse the llnelcum us usual ;,; I SOID li
the nation last
Scout Troops across year were or. receive the maximum diversion Little Women and Jaycee Wives Overcrowding prevents free clrculatlcn and let It diy before applying anew ,
gan-Ized in four new age levels instead of the former three Editor, News-Leader payment rote on the entire acre. for their work with the concessions, of the cool air' which keeps I finish THROUGH iNEI

Girls begin their scouting experience at age 7 in the Brown Fernandina Beach, Florida age diverted, regardless of whether the Fcrnandlni: Beach High School: food In prime condition. Putting aluminum I I ;yl WANT ADSGET
or not they plant any feed grainson ,
Key Cl.ib for cooperation and planning food away uncovered mingles When you loak uten.
and Mind up with the Seniors for girls 15 through 17. Dear Sir:
The following Is a copy of a letter their remaining base acreage. for crowd control and the flavors which causes spoilage, It till In hot sudsy water before I
From their earliest in Brownies feeling of
days to Mr. James M. Thomas, of Participating farmers may re. City of Fernandina Beach mid the also puts en extra burden on the washing, make sure that each I L
being needed is fostered in the young member and the Callahan, Florida citing a defamatory I quest an advance payment at the Chamber of Commerce for tic valuable mechanism die to extra moisture piece Is completely] Immersed to
theme behind scouting is brought alive in tel'mof! day today remark! he made In a County Ume they sign up, of one-hulf of assistance trey: have rendered evupiration A dimly refrigerator! avoid a dark line.

activities and experience the disposition! to try and Commission meeting on Feb. 12, the total diversion payment Is to due. The Ja 'el'ell'oud] also I'lc' and stale or epri Ted: fond can 'I I
This advance payment help
to I hunk all other people who gave cause digestive disturbance or Tea depends for good taste on
width carried In the Feb 13
the desire to be worthwhile and useful of soiviroaethers' was the Ion of Income from the
a person Issue of offset their mpport and assistance 10 the more serious illncsj Whether the fleshly I boiled water and a clean
( : : Senior Girl Scouts! are encouraged to enlarge their your February paper 14, 1964 crow normally grown on the diverted Fourth Annual Golden Crown Prix refilgeretir;; U of the no-front tea' Infuser. Whether you use a

field of Interest to merge with the adult wrrld. Pursuing Mr. James M Thomas I aireago Mlkkelncn urged ail' feed sclUlolioKtinn! type or defrostuble) pierced ball or a hinged double Vertagreen ATFive
200 W. Green Avonuo Is WarnedOf type It needs a t''orrugh: cleaning i spoon for the lea empty It promptly .
their goal of giving service they may enter projects in grain producers who have not signed Shipping & Ila-duurr'
ot toast once a week. The best after use and wash It well hi'' Points Grocery
cooperation with libraries, hospitals, museum! and other Dear Callahan Sir,: Florida up, and are Interested In doingso !! Dredging Workn time Is )hst before the weekly hot soap or detergent suds.
I apt to overlook the March 27 ___
institutions. market day so you use up odds n _
Please be on notice pursuant to : St. HarborThe
details 1leproar.am Mary's
The responsibility cf keeping( Girl Scouting alive and Section<<: 770 OL n( Florida Statutes, deadline. Complete available at the on ASCi and ends of giod ford discard To eliminate spcts or streaks a

\itai fall. on the voluntary troop leaders! and local scouting\ : I that the following. Is false and defamatory I County Office art located at Halliard.knigr U S. Corps cf Encl.uc-s In useless left-oxers check: on nel'dedrcplllecml'nts. on stainless steel ovens, fry lUllS
sad make for and sinks, off with cloth
room wipe
in communities across the country The Girl : surd a entice to shipping in this | DOZIER & GAY
That certain article published area la"1e'k regarding dicdgiig: fresh supp'ics.': wrung out of detergent suds, then
Scputs ,cf America deserve every recognition. February 13, IBM on page 1 and Citizens The notice stated: "This U tu Try this system for efficiency dry I with a clean dry cloth.
page 5 of the Fernandina Beach: lion ChQrtered Bus advise Hint the U. S. Hooper No; ."> and ccnvcnlcnce1: PAINT
News-Leader, and headlined, Bar Dredge GERIG will tcmmruedicdging : 1. Remove all fond and other Always heat the water to boll-
I row Is denied Firearms permit. In. Tours For FutureThe St Marj'i Entrance on cpnlciiK: set to DEFROST, If required Ing remove from stove, put In 'Best For The South'CHECK
I eluding specifically, the following Senior CltUen Club met In or ubout 3 March 1961 for a pin: ooar r wtVe statements thereto: regular session Thursday evening, uppn/xlmalcly 10 days 2. Rcmrve shelves, drawera, and boil for boiling release the Ian.I --
uFFAU. SLOWPOKES! I He was told that he would have February 27 at the Recreation Center "All vessels should: cxcicUo caution tthrr "ports." I sic acid In tea OUR

M' BoUGt1T SECT IT MANES I 110 submit tho bond along with his Mrs Adam Mlllsop, dab presIdent when passing: the dredge w.illc: 3, Wash the entire interior witha .: it PRICESShell's
.., oE0.KEART3INOLHSAVINt35 request and he left the meetingto presided over a short business sponge or cloth wrung out of DISHWASHER ARE FOR CONVEMENCE .
gNOWal YE fiiP VE secure aame.Burrow's session at which plans for It Is working the area warm soai or deterrent tuds. : AND HEALTH: The o

BOMOJW kI*? VOLLOP KATZENJAiAMER9 request was discussed chartering a bus for trips to various 4. Rinse with equal care, using benefit of owning a dishwasher I Is
NOW vsaor IN OcR CAUSE DOUBLE-BOU6HT I by the Commission with Jim Tho. points of interest were discussed Presbyterian Men a lean c'oih dipped Into clean d I more than just the convenience of Grocery
UfftXH.CttQVWWf out BONDS : mal remarking, how anyone could\ and approved. water with about three table having dishes washed and dried
Host Gala Fish
vim AhlIN6S LAbTVEEK! i give; character references for this Sandy DeSandro of the Hecrea- Fry onions of baking soda added, II 'automatically.. A machine exposes 211 ATLANTIC AVE.
n man Is beyond mo. He went on to lion Department was directed to Wednesday Evening there Is any trace of strong food dishes and cooking utensils to PHONE 2619011Cooper's :
1N cite numerous complaints received make a tentative schedule of f I ndT Wipe with a clean dish. much hotter water than your'
I Iby the Callahan Chamber of Com I trip to Silver Springs ss the Initial: At the regular monthly muting towel hands can stand And tile hotter

merce, of which he Is a member, of I effort In this activity f the Presbyterian Mcn-cf.tlic- 5. Wash all Interior "accessor. the water for both was'ilng' and
Barrow's conduct at his tourist at- Mrs L. 3 Grant, program chaIr. Church:' Wednesday a delicious fish Ics* at the sink. I rinsing the more thorough the
I traction. man, conducted a ihort period o' I 6. Suds, rinse and wipe the Interior I cleanliness, which Is the first rule Laundry
It would be appreciated If you group games Table games occup ry was held on the church grounds. of fie door, IncludinlllIhl'lvl's II: In maintaining a healthy house
will cause the retraction of the led the remainder of the evening < The wives and fie: members of and eland compartments, hold.
rim o above article under the terms of Mrs. Herb While was a welcome I the church choir and their spiuscs! and !gasket Coin-Operated
Section 770.01 of Florida Statutes visitor from the Woman's Club ,I II were special guess.: Mr. Charles 7. Wash the outside of the refrlscralor Remember It's smart to scrub Laundry and Dry
Respectfully yours, I which sponsors; the !Senior Citizens I Craft and Mr. and Mrs. Harry / with: a damp sudsy fruits and vegetables, such as apples -
Alma M Barrow HefroilimenH. were nerved by i iahlmun were honored guest. cloth a clean damp cloth and carrots lemons etc., smith CleaningMrs.
Mrs Sammy Sayler and :Mrs. Jennie 'Oier: forty persons a'tendcd ape' it dry If desired limn exterior soap and water the day before
"A good listener In not only Sanders This year's officers of the :M\ .0 C surface may be waxed occas1 using This removes many bacteria. : : Doris! Howard
4. ,ti ..r.v popular everywhere but alter a The next regular meeting will be organization are: Prif'deiit'! Newt 1 knal1y., Manager\
Vb while lie known something"I held Thursday evening March 12 Iliiburts Vice President Jack *
/ U-e Call Anon I tWyo.) Star' 'Vol. aB 1:00 1:: p.m. ot the Recreation ConI i.LMfogdward' cud Sccrela y-Trcusuicr Chromium and nickel sink, lav.I Inlory I I Use a grease pencil or washable Hit & Beech StreetsAUTO
'try Independent. I lieI'. Evert Elvln. i tub and shower faucets crayon to mark tha contents
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;y'etes-Lender, remanelin.i: ; Hutch, Fnl'ic-! !: ThurMhy, :March\ 5, 1961 Page Three
Dr. Crawford Takes r Dr. S. T. Lastinger, I .:: .,rw .

Kiwanians On '':Miss Dyal Guests t Mt Historical I Requests Recipes Society 1 1H

Verbal Orient TourBY II At Rotary Luncheon Mrs, Jay Rarlih presldrnl III i
Hip Duncan Lnmont limh 111'ion

TOMMY: IIALL Dr Samuel T Lastlngor a membrr cal Socielv Is urKliiK those \lh..
I>r. Norman P. Crawford, Pro. of the Guidance Department at a have a favorite ruipo III t ho l
ffn or of Speech at Jacksonville Florida State University al t Tallaliaiispc < Fe published In the snrutv me Kb. Ilk
that vlll to In t tin u',u +
University, was the Kiwanis speak. was guest speaker at theWednl'sday li puns
cr Monday night He wan Intro. luncheon meeting of future, to have the mlll'rllIl) liiimd
duced by Program Chairman AI Rotary Club at Seaside Inn In ..t l the curliest) possible dllI'CollI..tillg

Eason and gave an Illustrated talkon Dr, Lastinger repealed his address the recipes for pulilicatlun
his travels In the Orient, and given at the Woman's Club arc Mrs Nancy Subtil unit
particularly to the British Crown Coffee earlier Wednesday on, "The Mrs W, N Galphln r C
Colony 01[ Hong Kong Southern Research and Foundation
He showed an excellent series of Scholarship Program" 111'US During Girl Scorn verb, i'::1 in
slides In color, of his trip, and accompanied by Miss Lucy Dyal Seoul (troop will chunMp d.I imill
carried his audience along on a one of four Nassau County stei a subject of aitliitim. Sunday: i., ,
most entertaining arm chair tour dents now using a scholarship In cuing the( Mclluxlisl (hiinli wii h9 y
of this cosmopolitan freeport city the program, who also spoke alI have u nMilul| message,I ( to (ill'
of the Far East I I I both meetings Smuts In the cviinna ." \\1.0'

He also traveled extensively In Miss Katie Sterling who received Mind.iv hemiemakintf will 1 hi stir
Tokyo and brought to Kiwanians a the scholarship sponsored sid Tuesday will b(' ('1111101111'ddY '

fascinating description of how the by the Woman's Club, was unableto Wednesday. health\ and suits
people of this city of ten million be with the speakers SMMl RhI'RESKNTATn; : :$ OF GIRL S 'Oils) :; EMCIttilMU.; the members of I On' Thursday', the Girl smut till!! and of ltritam
I \MD I'll'Hv 01 lONDON. one : lopnuinir
souls live They were Introduced by R, W Brownie ; ntlirrd in Brownie uniform day, Inttrnatliiniit I Irtcndshiiiibe
Troop No. :I IHI pose, proudly and bright smiles .
drivirs Is shown in his (1O
I emphasized Friday will In' ,devoted rating nimera. J erritri.
The speaker was highly compll Galphin Hugh Stares Jr,, pre. in spetiiil honor of National Girl Scouttek.. .set t to begin Sunday:; Pictured left to
menlary of the students who come sided. to the Arts, II lid smitilivout which he old to I Ed (iintrell of Tampa; while here for
right, are: row 1, Cvnthiii (Cornell Judy ll.illi, |IIt'hra) Music. I Inn "rorthind. Janet .
of doors.
to his school Irom this community, High school seniors who were i the t 191,1!)(;: (Gulden: frown Prix
Thornton Teresa Alsept.. and Neil; Smith. How 2. I I.lnda Beth Itvrd. Kav 'I'rnwell I I Deborah
I Siiml
and mentioned the names of many guests at the meeting were George Also this wcik biKiiinluH i iI
whom he had had the pleasure of Boring and Curtis McCorsley, Smith. Kathy \\iltK Karen Goiigh, Mirk farter. nnd Pat 1t1ll'J..de-I'ht'l. Row :i S. I lie Girl Stout eiMikiis. which Denordered
teaching In both his daytime and leader Mrs. James Music, Sabrina Smith Becky It'ilwk.' (ath>. Reid, and I Lender Mrs. In hilniarv will In tli'li\ H. S. McKendree Local Rayonier

evening classes John Reid Not pictured were, busun Wood, and Susan Lit laille. end. and on Saturday, :Miith II,
Lonnie HolliiiKsuorth Introduced Rev. James Pleitz there will be booths ml up CIII\\l1
IlIu'd fiiun
: 'lInllnlll'oI< I Iran' Page (Dm I('lIlIt I'nge toner
his guest, Newt Roberts, who reminded town' to sell the cooklm lilt oui .
'I I. h"fI'h I 'llIIdl.It.lll' In 1'Hil: of limo four mill l'II'raled
anil mm i an n (
Kluanlans of the coming To Lead Revival The linal iniiTlianU lour duunuvi 1 ( fill till'( i till'i' of She'lilt of by Kdvonlir In the Suillirast and
3rd Annual rcrnnndina Beach $5000 Scouts Celebrate 5 2nd Birthday During wlmlnv, upaie diniiiii Gnl S. "'111We.k ,
Nissan: (limit III tin eoning IKnu :Neir hlll'MI. Tin division completed
Invitational Golf Tournament which fur display of the varunssltrt .
'I'lIrlithllul lout linn
11'at u' 1'1'1111,11'' the > a Injury,
will take place June 4th to June 7thRobc.ti At First Baptist Stout mulpnnnt annul tin illliiinlprojicts In min accident Iru run or 5% ponkiculivc -
the Kill" lime l horn Durk. I1 ifliiinu mvsiir\ \ us n unitll-
each said civic that club representativesfrom will be i InK on during the )I'ar. line' fur this Imp Mint oltin I dnin ; days und 15.11010: mail'
appointed Rev, James L. Pleitz, pastor of National Girl Scout Week March 814March I with llu full 1I0h'r.tulIllllIlI Hut hours IIlIrk( I.
to hundle publicity and As (the lenders uf( Tiiiei|) :U4! and
I the First Baptist Church at Pen MM Shu'III's nines Hill n' iilre inv Ironically. the mill's Innn safety
promotion Fred Cook had as his I piobublv most t otlnr Imp luidi"
sacola, will bring the message Rdl I ,'riuw' mid it 'tai'le'd as your record wj broken Ht fir)1 days list
guest Tommy, his Oliver son, Lowell and Bubba took Quuttlcbaum twice daily at a revival to beginat I 12 many young women ('hurchwnmeh' mv lnliU.. nineteen tin iihjiil of Hnils. Di'em nie'ilif I see hniniilnu I II;I Bimvnle ul i:l ninny sioiiliim yours:: Is Hindi'just:: \\ I Hit In::: sluillf 1 pleelu Ih.it I will give myMivlim ,, Thursday, at almost (line mnrl moment
the First Baptist Church on and girls will celebrate a 52nd mtmbirsieerdiu to them luiil Imp W 1'III'III'd iilmul the ilif lull,turn' Diistliirt wns aeccilinK, the
were' Key Club guestsand I/lh'ud In Siouliim SioulInK
for Kill
presented the kry to Klwanlan Monday, March 9, continuing birthday the birthday of Girl Mrs. Janus Music insillo ol fiunt t Ivpixil hills mill ininli bin) I helps make a lime mils" h'II"I'11111\ '''lo inline llu lius but 1)(' fair I AFHA award, when:: : an impluvre'surtirul ;: I
through !March 15, fl'r list tinu injury In fjllHiyiiniirs I.
Scouting Ing KO m'u\ l\ 011:111/id the limp h"'IIi'I'11111 of hall giillin milk cur- until I 11II1'Ul'tllll I with in a a
Tom Brown Inviting him to meet more useful 1.1t 11.'no. Din h'lIh'l': i inn iviivmii
with Hum on Thursday evening ? lAw.WAargvY VMVktT The Girl Stout birthday.. In but his nluuelv pnliil" |>,Hiel, in ninny tlln t In einjiiiulhit wllli their birdpl'OloI'IIII1 'n I loin'd that she IHIIIDII lilt, IIUIII'I'M iiimnu In tin alUnllun olllu rernnml |ins slum n
Last 1 week the key was presented py.y.e one diy in l'vl'nl.IIII'd 1 Gill Si es mil I ac'bvltut'9 and IIHS Inn plum fir tin : sled In Scout leatlirslilp. h'III" I Shiillls e.lliuPII I -. was mimic o or r f seven mills 'him rid by
to Kiwanlun Dub Ciiuk Week Bit I 1n bigln Sunday an taiii; ''fuhlrl'. Mrs. .'Ii Im thin nlsn serves Three It'* Muni l fur l4u',u'rule D'' her llltlo Kid was In IIruII tunes mil' "' //lhlll iv ktei U' 11111101 I that I I fteRiimil Safely rl twardyTh': :Pre.
Herb While led club AEA 0 of the troops in Hinandina Ueaeh as leader, Tin Iliownlis havellcunud illKi.i vi.rnrs. H fnuuiniuKcrs, and mid sctiliillwiB wore mule by Max
singing I :;:; ::; now loves to work with the I ilni urn ji Hirvant! nl llu. ptipli an ''
and tinniikhout the will many, ililkmil minus such Dardien. President nf, TlioAPl'V,
with Louis A Fcrrrlra handling the country I H riiulv hl'lI''r8.|' Making Briwnlisaw drew She said ''fhiy ore so lull il sun will inmliiit tin 1111I lee on ani ,
attend the church of Its choice us as the Hi' ,wnli> Smile' Sum. I . I
accompaniment at the piano, me if other Smuts In oilier energy: It fulfills llle to sci hUll HIM'i ii m' i d bu'int'ss man hauls I
a body during the day, ( Johnnie Apple. 'mid. and laps"\ ." lands Is put of the B fill'nil,muk. Inlcresled they net In Ihiuus Saving t IU ixpavi'n Iliousunds of dill.I Iliirs ,',' fair share of this trade,
Celt'brat Ing with the other Scouts, Tiny also li' lined l 10 Hint Tups 'lliwivcr, all flagrant (traffic
irs. pail/ ui tlu Trips, I 0)1'111'.
MethodistTo program
Memorial For other interested parties, puitlcularly ,,
Iin and at the
Japanese 1)l'lol'nll'd
one Brownie will have 'I law violators, both out of stale: and
a ape.cial ouch' as those' .planned In the future mothers of Smuts tlnri 'I 1 will coopirulp. fully with' the
recent father and duiiijitcr banIquct
Observe day to remember For the girlsIn j' local will he apprehended and
Holy I as port of line program for sputa Hiiih ai the Welcome Sis- will be a leadership Wnkslnp of, nlliir law 'nflll''I1\I'lIt agencies: .
Week March 22-25 Brownie Troop 304 the newest lion, lust Oil kl', and Court House u toned In April fur u pul'ntlllllId In. I IlI'resl'd federal Male unit iiunldpnlltles I I brought ID tusllcc r
b troop In this neighborhood this will 'Learning about linmmes oil repn-tcnl the U liscoveu aim lenders 1'br1my lupinmen '. will\ hunt! 11\1'1'1111'\' speed Imps In this "All pirHiniut WUI be carefullyKclee (

The Memorial Methodist Church be the first time to celebrate the i over the audit and li> lni. In leain ()m> HI'I'l'IlIllrll'' In I 111111I'1' linmnle which Is a must. Is tint tin f unty bur iillmv any to opt rate 'ti'd and properly tralne,"I in
will' have Revival services Holy Girl Scout Birthday and participate |about other ciuntriis Hint (tIre Kills plans Is MI for April 11 which they leader be willing to wink. imilir:::II: I mv Jill':|M:| I't lien::: I i'law enfnrcem'nL

Week, beginning Sunday evening r i Iin Girl Scout Week whet live there Is just one purl ol uill spend| the day at Coin)) For further Inforniutliui oiiiail' \ HI'use' of fail'in'ft* In denting/ Yenir vote and supper will boslm
March 22, and continuing through'' Organized In October Troop 384 { the Brownie premium." said Mrs, cimuw. loeulpd Just below Green Mrs. i. E WenlherUd. niliililinr I with i our tnnlvU. and hl'lIl'1l vlnllini I 'crcly nppre,e'lati'd. .
Wednesday, March 25:;. sponsored by the Presbyterian I Music. One recent pri nin was im Cove Spilngs. hall chairman II we- inn to uiiitiniio receiving nurl| II S. llleibi MiKeudiio"

Thursday evening of the week
there will be a communion service
4al 11
and a special service to commemorate .
Good Friday
Toby Powell, general chairman J!! '
for these services urges all Me. I ,
thodisls and friends to begin this
Sunday by going to Sunday school Rev, Pleitz will speak at ser
and church 'I vices Monday through Friday at
The Woman's Society of Chris. 7am, and 7:30: p'm? and Sunday

tlan Prayer Service Service is sponsoring each ,a Tuesday weekly I, March and I 7:30: 15'p.m at ,8.30 a.m,, 11 clock The Finest In Quality Furniture At Special Savings

morning at 10.00 A.M, In Parrish Music will be under the direction I
Hall of Don L Collins, minister of

Powell said This I Is the time for I I music and youth,

all Christian people to under.gird Rev Pleitz graduated from I
these services with prayer God i I i Jonesboro, Arkansas High School Save 30 % fiencli Provincial? By HIBRITEN
still speaks to expectant' hearts and received his degree from Oua- On
I chits Baptist College at Arksdelphis -

Arkansas In 1949, majoring

He received his B D degree
I' I
from Southern Baptist Theological
I Seminary at Louisville, Ky In I Triple Dresser & Mirror $195.95 King Size Bed

1953 While In college/ he was' on I J.g: $::!iJJj! ; BoyI.i99.sAecitmodaltes. $111,95
the Slate Champion Senior Ml'n's King ,'ilI'd! (\ m 'I In In i Diets' :
Debate Team and was' \listed In

Who Who In American Colleges p pI Three Drawer Night. Table $69.95 Six Drawer Chest-On-Cllcst $139.95

\ .- I and Universities JcIC: $;!IIn.j! / R(')!, $1 WIi!) !
Prior to moving to Pcnsacola(
I he served pastorates In Benton
vllle and Fort Smith, Arkansas,
aa/ I I He was a member of the Committee Antique Whiite ] RtJ PJUtC4ZWith Gold
on Committees at thei)I
I Southern Baptist Convention In I

1963 and of the Executive Committee Double Dresser & Mirror $153.95 Double Size Tester Bed $104.85

I Southern Baptist Convcn Cog: *_>i-Mr! : Rig, $1 HI.Hi,(
JOHN GUY BARROW lion In 1164 He was speaker of

Today, March 3rd, Three Days, llhe| Pastors Conference, Southern. Double Size Panel BedKtjr $83.95 One Drawer Night Table $41.95
Alter My 12th Birthday February( 'Baptist Convention at San .'ran.I
291) I Hate qualified To Run In The I Cisco Calif.. 12 $1.J..J.! ) ) KILT, $.VT)

May Slh Primary For The High He Is president of the Pensacola
Office Of Sheriff Of Nassau Count', Ministerial Association and president Aluminum Canopy Frame $27.95 Five Drawer Chest $104.95

I Am Determined To :Make NassauA Florida Baptist Pastors Ktic, ?:.')Ij!!; Re g, :$119,91 I ,
Better County In Which To Live, Conference 1J64
I Am Hilling To Help You I Am I' The nursery will be open for all Yi ft
Sure That You Are Willing To Help services and a cordial Invitation
Me. I Humbly Solicit Your Help Is extended the public to attend

With Your Help And God's help I all\ services by Rev, James T, Save 25 % Solid Hardrock

Will Serve You Hell Dunnam, pastorEpiscopal On Maple by C. B. Atkin
Your Interest li In My Heart

Laymen Plan For

Vertagreen AT I Year's ActivitiesThe BEDROOM

five Points Grocery & Hardware Men of St Peter Episcopal Double Dresser & Mirror
Church met Thursday evening Sul I VIMT.WW 50" Buffet & Glass Enclosed Hutch $164.95
discuss and plan the activities of Kllf, SIT'tT/ ,
UiK. .1.1.i.I: !):
Trade At Home the laymen f<,r the year
Considerable interest was manl Bachelor Desk-Chest $112.45| |
: 48'Round Table Nevermar Top
feat In corporate communions with rtcg. $I -1y,9.i,) : $82.95
breakfast following. the possibility lit.it n f :li9! .S J>:',

of a retreat or Parish Life confer Double Size Chair-Back Bed $63.70
core during the year, and small 54"x36" Table Nevermar Top
I.e"" $MI..I.: i
Specially// Priced Bible study .roups( h\lLMS: : :; I lil"xli"I :;( $67.45

I Individual men expressed their OCCASIONAL PIECES 1I'g: $XIJ.j!/ '
Iwillingness to devote time to ac

deities such as ushering. choir, Cub Arrowback Chairs
End Table $18.70
Scouts teaching painting, carpentry Doughbox $44.95
and yard work Kejr $;.VJ'J! liiK, $.1..1") tin h :

It was the desire! of the group
OL.EVA": ..,:' that special activities be nit up by Cocktail Table $37.45 Mate's Chair $20.95

.. '" the Laymen Committee which had Leg: :$ rcr! !): JJijf, $J7'J"j: each
been selected by the rector and

: $9.50 BOX ;, Tom vestry Ralph Becton Wcx The JII., Fletcher committee Shurley includes, and Save 30 % on Early American Living Room By Hickory paioriistom

L MARCH 4 A breakfast following a corporate (' Built For Comfoit und Individuality

communion, has been scheduled for
ONLY 4V Sunday morning March If, with 86"-3 Cushion Sofa $189,95 High Back Lounae Chair $92,95 =

\, possibly a guest speaker attending IJtK, $2J9Ji! let's. $11199.! :
\ ,' The laymen group Is sponsoring

a guest priest as a Lenten preacher Lounge Chair & Ottoman $149.95
for Thursday evening, March 2i at ,
Porter & Lovequist 8pm. There will also be a
bratlon of Holy Communion at this
Color Center service. The Rev Cannon Robert

General! Contractors A. Oliver will speak I THE FINEST IN QUALITY M4THER' ..

5 Points Phone 261-3068 Trade At Home FURNITURE AT SAVINGS'Large'! Of Fernandina ..

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i '1our I h."tt"'II\.Leucr\ ,, ,, Fernamlinu lluitl, Florui!; Thul'Kda11U'l'h:\ I C), I'.Kil ''Woman's Club Support Recognized Mrs. Buell! To Show

Chic Chapeaus Charm Captive CrowdAt .Methodist Circles (I Cooking Techniques b TheGarden

I ,, Set Rummage Sale j By Scholarship Foundation Speaker I For Utilities Co.

5th Annual "Hats Off" Success"If Friday, SaturdayA I "This! organisation "tilts Fcrnsn- the .ront-free ho"slng," she said. I I tor Mri.of the Alice Florida Buell. Public service Utilities dlrec.I Basket

dlna Beach Woman' Pub! utilities are lower and food coatless
was Co. of Weal Palm Bench, will be In
a woman wears a new hat I{ Mrs Ansel Davis, "Mrs, Mary Jnnn "White Elaphant" and Rummage ..
U) Rest grow in Florida vn'"hMni as the girls or boys prepare Fernandlna Beach the week
I again SCGFIELDLast
md notices Seltz, Mrs. Ann Mottavaw ftnd ( Sale Is scheduled Friday and BY JANE
n one It, It's an unthlnkaMe rt "
> In a finotioM wa" with|' '. Saturday March 6 and 7, In the
wa" tf money sold Mrs. Marty Allison Mrs John( : Rchnlirs'iln' Prnnrmn." til, Investment ,.f the Foundationfor while
Mrs H...J. Allison lint comments Knight wrote the script.\ former location of Myers Dcpt. said DC Samuel l T Lastlngr-r Mhi houses Is 1100 OOq. "We receive i modem cooking technique demonstrating week we wrote of some of ,things In the garden this nicmli.,
tor, as' she minted Sally Victor Hats for the show were furnished Store on Atlantic Ave' I All of the plants are clamoring for
> sookc to the Woman's Club much more than merely menrlarvvalue. During her week In Fernandlna the common garden Insects It Is
one of lhe notion's\ leading milliners. by Mrs. Thelma Roux and may be The sale Is being sponsored by WHnosdav morning./ ." said Mist Dval, refcrlng tn I 1 Beach, the will spend moat of herI I Important that we acquire the hi- food. It Is the time to fertilize almost .
members of the Edna Davis Circle I
seen or purchased at RIIIX'S and This: program, the Sm"'lirrn the fl'lIo"ahll among the h"usemembers I time in the local schools teaching bit of looking for damaging( pests everything trees, shrubs,
The /occasion was the fifth annual Par-tin's on Atlantic Avenue and the Myrtle Burgess Circle ol lawns bulbs ns they finish bloom.
!Rrholnrshln; and Research Foundatlon and team solrlt dcvclno- In tile homo economic classes.Mrt. Ion our planes In strolls about the
"Hats Off" luncheon and hat Prior to the hat show th" mem. Memorial Methodist Church. ,
whlrh De lastlnw. ft ed In keeping a house running Buell will conduct classes yard be pest conscious and exam- Ing. the young annual plants reoI
show held Tuesday at the R"crca- born of the iiixlllnry served luncheon Circle members and those wishIng set out, and t the
member of ff'ildnri> d< wt.men smnnthlv. at Fernandlna High on March 11 line a twig here and a leaf (there. I trendy ; perennials
lion Center auditorium, soons"red to the capacity crowd. Fnoh to donate are requested to of the schools of edueml-n' The program/ was oreceded bv a and at the Junior High School on With our broad-leaf evergreens It which are beginning to show signs
by the Humphreys Memorial Hos- table was centered with a May have articles ready for sale at I e 'rowth. Camellias can be for.Itillzed .
at F.SU. called the "finest ifhnl.ar muslcftl selection "The JHy City. March 12th. She will be at Peck Is Important that there arc no In. fof
pllal A "ilary.On : pole topped wllh a hat end surrounded a.m. Friday morning Hours will I but azaleas I
now must wait
hlr> prorram' In Amcrlrx" soil by Mrs James F.llisnr with High on March flth and 10th. sects about to crawl from the present .
,would probably be safe In bv miniature lifts on varicolored be !9 a.m. to S p.m. dally. makes: a college/ I''roUnn' nvnll." stuns accompaniment by Mrs. A. On Friday, March Nth. Mrs leaves! to the new growth that until they finish blooming, Fertll

saying thnt. there would be little ribbon s'reamers.: The decorations The public li Invited to the agile able to rnsnv pcadomloillv pitted C Melanin music chairman Mrs, Buell will be at Florida Public VI.Illtlei Is coming The new leaves will be ke amiirvllls now for Urge blooms.

chance of going unnoticed In any In the hat theme may have young of limited financial means John W Dozier offered the dcvo- Co. An Invitation U extended! with us a long time and we will Don't forgot the] daylllles either

of the millinery creations' modeled been part of the reason fer the H. C. Rowland To bv providing them with n rent-free tlnn. the public I not want them worm eaten or mar. for they have a blooming season

during!! the Auxiliary show; but theqUl.'ltlo comment that there were almost at house In which tn live during their Mrs David Bowers, chairman of II I red with traces of scale Infestation. coming on shortly and will profit,

of whether a hat Is a many hats off stage *s on. Celebrate Birthday time at school. "We mot college the philanthropic committee reported 'i Another common Insect pest that from both an application of fertiLleer \
waste of tint has long The Candystrlpcrs or Future In half Ministers Discuss and a bountiful supply of
money or At Family ReunionA expense : continued Dr.Lastlnger that Thursday, March SI I
been disputed, nnd still remains tn Nurses were on hand to serve Including ," we do It out rf a love would be the last day of the Woo Sunrise Service Plans' space did not permit mentioninglast water from now through their

be decided to the satisfaction of all \ Debby Vltlcrle, Paula reunion of the Rowland family and compassion for young!! people! !' m
concerned Kornau, Sue Selph, Dale Blacker, will be held Sunday, March 8, at The program at Florida State tat examination oroaram.. She noted At Alliance Meeting !! too small to see readily and unless i i'we I Baby the spring flowering annuals -

The "fashion show of huts" began Brenda Townsend, Bonita Thrift, Tenacres, In celebration of the was "born of necessity and carried that a total] of 73 students had use preventive treatment on by frequent small feedings of

as little Misses Pepgv Bovvers, Shirley dsu/ : Mecks, I birthday of H. C. Rowland who will out In the spirit of the second mile" been examined and that the committee Final plans for the Easter Sun. plants, I that are known to brat troubled I fertilizer They need to grow off
Mcllle Beckham, Silva, Wanda rise Service were made it a recent done.
them the damage fast fur long
by nuw a blooming season
Lynn Clark, end Mary Fleer appeared be 71 years young. when It was; discovered thnt ""'I' had supervised 32 trips to
Christian. Kathy Rowe Trr.koHatton. meeting of the Ministerial Alliance This Is particularly true of glade before hot weather
through 1,1'I1t'f.' archway Americans losing 6 the dentist.
a were out rf 10
Rowland families and relatives /
Emma Lee Flcgc I Prances at the Seaside Restaurant. which trips on unmercifully Have thought! / about I few
which wound with and dot. people with academic'! prey you
was Ivy from Florida end Georgia will attend young pole'itlal Prior to the meeting, those present II I
Little, Linda Muggins, Lucille Du- The Sunrise Service Is being the blcm-
attack this
On them the thrlps home grown tomatoes year?
ted with .varl-cclored wldc-brlmmcd : because of lack of financial!
I the annual affair to be held were served coffee \Mrs. D.
Dots sponsored Jointly by the Junior
,I,soma and suck the juices until the No doubt the plants] are already on
hats. Modeling pert Foster from 11 a.m. lo 4 p.m. support, said Lasllncer, Q. White and Mrs. W, A. Davis
Chamber of Commerce and the I I I
Gall Ashe Margie McClrl. flower Is 10 malformed that Its the market and getting a few off
the trio presented the' 1 [ Friends of the family are cord. "Starting wish: one men's barracks poured The refreshment table car.
bOllnelll'1' Ian, Ann Crews, Clenda WortMng./ Ministerial Alliance as In past beauty Is ruined certainly a calamity I to an early start Is worth the risk
look In vhlle ,
spring straw
'I tally invited to attend! the colobratlon. the project has grown now rled oulI St. Patrick's Div theme I bl'rauseof
fins, ribbons bows ud ton, Sharon Lewis, Margie Brew. to a bulbous plant that usually of having to replace them
to 11 houses 6 for men and S for with a Kelly green felt rloth centered
In other business, the question of
Inn, Katherine Peters, Linda Kcctl, produces but one blossom spike cold damage.
The hat parade wh'ch' followed Penny Anderson Margaret Slur. women housing 215 students tolal with an arrangement of while summer worship services for the Glacis should always have periodic I I _
Included selections of most colors ," said Dr. Lastlngnr. cnrnallons and tl leaves In a silver
at Ft. Clinch was I IIIrowlh.
campers In
/ Cecilia Davis, Annette spraying or dueling while
which were priced from $J98 to Hess unw'l Dr. Lastlnsor, Introduced by bowl. Silver candelabra holding I ed and) it was decided to .
ers, Mary Thibert, Alice Faye : The general purpose
over $17 and ranged In style from rv. Glenda Edwards Wandi Personals Mrs R. W. Galphln, scholarship white tapers completed the table service each week from dlsrUII'1 usually contain substancesto FEED
the I vnlenllv spring bonnet. Its high chairman turned the latter portion decorations Mrs Cecil Hall was In thru Labor Day. The time I __
ley, Donate Bectnn Jane Ellli>lt, I take care of thrips. A commercial
crown covered with flowers of orange Mr. Judson of the program time over to charge of room floral decorations cation of the services will
Sherry Lang Evon Jon(' and and Mrs. Freemanof rose dust Is good, for roses
yellow and grav modeled! by Jeannie Entzmlnger./ Jacksonville were weekend Mist Lury Dyal Nassau County Members of the hostess committee nounced later I( must be protected from thrips also, I Vertagreen
Edna Preston to fashion"selections In the Foundation Co-chairmen Mrs. J. E
lilgh participant were .
guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas pro. The Rev John Dozier was appointed In the last few years gladiolus I
such as that worn by Following the luncheon Mrs E. Shave iram Miss Dyal Is one or 4 Nat. Partm and Mrs E. E. Lasscrre, chairman of a committee advocated

Evelyn Wilson, featuring black C Burgess/ coordinator of the hut I sail County students now using the Mrs C, V. Sheffield lies Hale to review the by-laws of the or. I| chlordane growers have around the gladiolus putting

rough straw braid molded! Into a show activities, Introduced Hospital Diane Pool and Gall McKendree scholarship. Sheffield Mrs J. D. Dinwherty, fanlzatlon with regard/ to clarity I corm In (lie hole at planting time, : FOR LAWNS,
high crown a narrow brim turnedup Administrator Ben Clarke who In plan to spend the weekend visiting Miss Dyal said that there wi romany Mrs John Gregory( Mrs, James definition.! '
I the Idea being that the bulb an- FLOWERS,
In back and accented wllh a turn Introduced \the vlsltinp members Diane's sister Sylvia al Florida advantages to living In n Stevens. Mrs. W M. Hogan\ and The Alliance had as Us guest of 1 sorbs some of the poison which
bow In front. of the hospital board as. Cliff State University and take In the Foundation house. ""In addition to Mrs Ted Stcser.. I VEGETABLES
Brandies, B. C. Lewis Louis Ferreira 0_ ._ ____ __ __'_ the luncheon meeting Don I makes the plant repellent to the SHRUBS, TREES
Models for the hat show Included, annual FSU "Cirrus Weekend" scllvltles. chairman of the Jaycee! Committee thrips. In addition to the flower
Miss Baba Mrs. Prlscllla T. T. Hernandct and Emory for the Sunrise service
J. Shave McKendree-Geiger Wedding Plans Told I I thrips which least on roses and
Walker, trustees; Thomas Five Groceryand
Corbett Mrs. Flo Flcnnlken, Miss The Alliance decided to print a gilds, there are other types which i i
Mr. and Mrs Kent Crisp and
Lynn Gray Wilson, Mrs. Winnie board medical attorney staff; and Doctors representingthe Cecil/ I granddaughter, little Miss Kim Mr. and Mrs W. I. McKendrce\ First t Presbyterian Church I brief statement of purpose to Inform I art fond of greenhouse plants and HardwareFive
Smith, Mrs. Mildred Barnes, Mrs the
announce the forthcoming wedding The reception will be Immediatef crotons.
Brewton and J. B. Brltton. Other Barnhardt spent last weekend at Point Ph. 261.5203 .
Hewlctte Penton. Mrs Marge Sapp, The Fernandlna Beach Minister-
guests Included Tommy 1U11 and Bryson City N. C. with his par. their daughter, Jjlin Marie to ly following the ceremony and will Insects are not the only hungry
Mrs. Lucille Stewart, Miss Ardle eel Alliance Is an organization I of .
Bill Galphln. enls, Mr. and Mrs. T. F Crisp. Mr. Charles H. Geiger son of Mr. take place In the Social hall : : : I ----- -
Stein Mrs. Llta Cenck Mrs Aline the ministers of the ChristianChurches
and Mrs. George W. of No Invitations bring sent
Clarke then announced the following They returned home Monday. Geiger are ;
Rodeffcr Mrs. Evelyn Wilson Mrs Mrs. J, J'Neal. In a ceremony to tike friends and relatives of the couple on Amelia Island.
Rita Tclnsch, Mrs Sue Bailey door prize : Mr. and Mrs Johnny Drury of I The Minister holds voluntary,
Weatherford the selection I place May 1 al 730: pm. at the are Invited
C. won In the Alliance .
[Jacksonville visited Monday with personal membership
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of hat from the show collection
any and himself and
Mrs! Hale Sheffield and other r represents
; other prizes went to. Tiles, W,, I lullvcs. Rose Garden Club Has Varied Program At not his Church.
J. Courier Mrs Myra Uarnharclt,
WEIGH THE 'Mrs H. W. Fishier Mrs. Arthur i \Miss Pam Turbot Miss Pan March 2 Meeting At Walter Preston HomeThe The among purpose the Ministers Is for and fellowship for the 261.4r.19:!) C. E. Beach, Mgr.

EVIDENCE.They're I Markham Mrs, P. R. Em/mlnc'iT"' Gibson, and Mrs Mary Ellen promotion of worthwhile projects
Andy Allen, Mrs R. L. Brewer, 'I Barnhardt spent last weekand In Rose Garden Club met Mon. new hybrid species. within the community.
Mrs Marvin Jenkins, Mrs Betty day at three o'clock at the homeof The program consisted of a film
Tampa with the latttr's At the present time the Alliance FRIDAY Cr SATURDAYMARCH
the most Oalnas, Mrs E. J. Smith, Mrs law and sister Mr and Mrs. Walter Preston with !Mrs. series on roadside and city beauttrication the Union Service on
Melba Whlttakcr. brothor.ln.l A. E, Taplin as ca-histcss. throughout the state This 6 & 7
I my Thanksgiving Day, the Sunrise
TREMENDOUSDIAMOND Mrs. Gregory Gray, Mrs J. C Mrs. W. T. Re-ado was welcomed program Is part of a statewide pro. Service Easter: morning and the Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30 & 7:30:
Bennett Jr., Mrs. Kermit Me.\ and Mrs. \Mo the club membership. Mrs 'ftrom to beautify hlghtvavs and cities summer services for at

BUYSEVER Queen Mr. Paul Delcvun Mrs, were bore from Fort Walton Beach' Ray Kctchum a former presidentif ( with unusual and beautiful Ft Clinch. campers "THE RUNNING MAN"LAURENCE

Charles HhotlRun./ Mrs III itch lust weekend to visit their families the club who 1ms moved to Al- plantings. They are planted by The officers of the Ministerial\

Stone, Mrs. B. J. Slnnn, Mrs. W. K, Mr.! and Mrs. Cecil Pickets Sr. tents, was voted a member in absentia various civic organization Including Alliance ere a? follows: HARVEY LEE REMMICK:

I Watson, Mrs. Martina llymt, Mrs, and Mr and Mrs. Ray Seville. during her sojourn! tl'ercj. garden clubs Chambers of The Rev Nelson; P. Moycr President TECHNICOLOR
Angel Davis, Mrs Houfiliin 8DI'P.I |' Airman Plekctt Is presently sta- Several of Iho club member! at. Commerce and the state and cities I -

W44 I Mrs Howard Hanna, and Mrs. Burl tinned at Eulln Field. ended a recent District I'cur themselves. Mrs. John Seltl cm.cccd The: Rev James T. Dunnam,
Maxwell. Hootenanny In HaMlnss, and tho program.( Friday 8:30( Saturday 3:50: & 8:50:
| !Mr. and Mrs J. C. Nailing and Vice-President;
Clarke accepted for Humphrey brought bark Ideas which the club An arrangement by Mrs./ John
The Rev Donald R. Himmclman,
children, John and Linda of De-
Memorial the oxygen lent pur- Is endeavoring to curry out These Knlitht consisting of a cascade! of 1 T"t'asurcr.Rayonier "FUN IN ACAPULCO"WITH
lund with Mrs Hale
spent Sunday
': chased with funds from lost I yrir':, Ideas Included pluntlng I trees, encouraKlng daffodils and greenery was Jjdgcd/
"Hals Off" luncheon, Tunds raised Sheffield and family and vlRltedbl'l.ny ( birds to fio'i'init' lhoirgardens and awarded a blue ribbon. ELVIS PRESLEY
with other relatives.Mr. and hal tine Five members Mrs. Joe Sco. Pulp Goes
this year ore also for the hospji.il; !,. wnkslrps.: TECHNICOLORSUNDAY -
and Mrs Franz Mitchell and Club members have )plumed s'xtythrre '! field Mrs. B F Wilson Mrs. John To France; Far East

Sweet Sixteen Mrs Myra Barnhardt spent Tuesday !\ trees and ore ))1101111 hIll StIU Mrs R. L. Townsend and I

In Tifton Ga. with Mrs. Frank shrubbery will 'licnlcs and putting: Mrs. B L. Raullchl'rt.lho wore Shipment FridayThe & MONDAY

Honored With Barrhunll. Frank Jr "Bud", rt'. out bird feeders tn attract feathered corsages made according to the Infitruclions -
1 I tuined with them after spending I friends, Mrs. Albin Thompson given them at the corsage S. S. Sheliak! arrived Sunday MARCH 8 & 9

CARAT Birthday Party two weeks here, and Mrs. John Knight ic: ,'iill> held workshop conducted by Mrs at Rayonier docks and loaded 660 Sunday 2:30: & 7:30 Monday 7:30
1/2 a corsage workshop.After John KnlKhl and Mrs. Albm Thomp. I: tons of pulp Monday bound for

TOTAL WEIGHT OF Dt5MlI D$ I I Miss Roberta Cornell of Panama, Miss Lucy Dyal, student at Flor. I a short boom too arching son were given constructive criticism France. "THE WHEELER DEALERS"

7DUmoodtrtddlet 239.50 City was honored recently on her Ida Stale University Is here this Mrs B F. Wiifilhvv. Inultciilturalchairman : as to workmanship of their The S, S. Chung King!! Victory Is

boll ; I 16th birthday with II pint at I die week visiting her mother, Mrs' I gave an Inter,"-i'ji\_ talk corsages. I I due Friday to load 1200 tons of WITH LEE REMMICK: :
nep home of her grandmother' Mrs Lucille Uyal. Lucy was a guest on the propagation/ i'f' h'rn'l'I'n.. The next ml'l'ling11I be held' Ilavcmler pulp for the Far East

TERMSRobison Lawrence Little. speaker at I lie Woman's Club and do not have seed she rxpl.ui-d. April 6lh at three o'clock at the TECHNICOLORNEW -

Cake drinks and minis were llotaiy Club meetings Wednesday.Mr. but they do move spuros The Porn' hume of ;lira George/ S. Fox. Classifieds Pay Off .... l,
Jewelry Co. served from a refreshment little
leaves are dried and/ different! k,misput t
overlaid with a while dull' and and Mrs Boyd Kennedy and r
Your Store ,
Compute Jewelry
In a bag and mixed 'in i>imulc
decorated wllh pink canu-IUns and Mr. and Mrs Jess Schulz
....,4 DI..4,..1.41.,h.w 4..a, spent ,
ChrrtlN I'K wIuNNYdix Q.14 ferns. the weekend nt Pique Fish Camp -- --

Approximately 12 attended., ul CYcsunt City !
I ),
Stork Club ,


J Joseph and Juno Seofield nf It|.
; ent's BEAUTY SALONAND lanta are receiving cane'' at.,il.ituuiton
the birth of a d mutter Mary EASTER SALEHUNDREDS

Elizabeth on Fobrunrv I'l Pater '
grandpnrenti/ are Air and Mrs
H. J. Scoflcld of this citv !'

Silhouette SlenderizingNOW CARD OF TII! ht:\KS
For your kind thought, prnjers, ;

food flowers lelten. curds, visits,
OPEN AT and Christian 101hll'llI ; the ,illness FLOWER HATS STRAW HATS FABRIC HATS :

and death of' our mother and

Christmas Sr \\e ihnnk yon May

God bless yon., .
# # # 'Itaignedn( ) The J, C Lnlhrop family

THE TAMMEN TABLE I May I take CARD thin OF method THANKS of thank. Priced $2.98 To $ 2 5 0 0 Each

ing my neighbors and friend (for '

Modern Method For their kind Rood wishes rl'd.'Is.: ,

its, and flowers which I

Se Figure Control By !' lighten(\ the I am hums must during Krntolnlslgnrdi my helped rcienlIllness. I I Not Just Low Priced, Obsolete Styles Of Big City Stores, But The Latest

Passive Exercise I ( !-I Mrs.--Maruaict Sihinnlz! Creations In High Priced Lines. Each Price Range 50 % Less Than

;: Promotes Proper Posture And BLONDII Chic Young Any Other Store Anywhere, or Return It For Full Cash Refund.

: Figure Control Relaxes -

: ,, : Relieves Nervous Tension and CONTRIBUTION AND OUR I CAN COUNTRY'SFUTURE MAKE>OU'L TO Large Assortment 1964 SWIM SUITS

Occupational Strains IS TO ARRIVING; DAILY
Tones Muscles Firms Skin BONDS!
.t I SAVINGS And Handbags At 50 % Less

TAKES THE At 50 % Savings Than Big City Stores

jo OL'1'i 1 Or Return For Full Cash Refund

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jelu5} 12otC! Green. and tha victim was shot la (
", b Yulee
r K:ac ar W Man Dies Man Is Wounded 1'the scuffle All the subjects: are. .
a local Negroes ..
a r'1 Hi be-In Lodie/! No lf 4 KnUhti of P\ihh will meet Of Self-inflicted No charges have been filed pending .
''' Thursday. tiniKU al the Masonic Temple III i JO 1'.11All With Own Gun / Peeples' release from the hos
4j' number ore lined to attend.

t ,rs ,L 'fit wtA' iV ,'. Bullet WoundDavid 'In Local ScuffleWillie pital.Investigating officers were Chief

,, .. e\ Sunday ornin the Memorial MvthmlNt' t ('hurt h will Deputy Emory Walker and Deputy
have a special niomauc to Girl Scouts m vb.'r\UIII'I' i>( :\utiinal .\lligwid who lived' near Eugene Peeplos U honpil- John Bodlno.
Girl .
Stout Week, March 8-14.
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the :North city limits of Ya]('!', was nil led In Humphrevs :Memorial!
'/> -ft found dead at his home Sunday Hotpltal and Is reported In fair'condllien '
The Spanish Club will hold a car wash In lu! lt/ Cenler parking lot Sulualay, Much 7, Justice of the Pence Frank Shut- 'wound In the stomach early Sotur-

*y ., ", for who acted as coroner, ndjiuluid day morning.
1 7 Tho Amelia Island Teen Club will' inert In the- ItVple'i., the wound as seH-Inflieled. Peeples, who had allegedly' been STAMPSAny
llm: ('\1111'1' tame room Saturday, March 7 ul i'O:: p.in,
wounded the
The knife In
victim was' found by his es. on arm by a
'* tranged wile, when she came to a fight earlier in the evening' chit Size
The Sl'b.TI'l'n Club will nut'I al 7.13 rildix" evening! at the home to secure children's wear Joe Green at Mason Price's Grocery Any Shape
the If('('!('ill inn' (enlcr. 11I11lllparl'l mid groceries IIl'US' on !South 81 h Street reported( Inquire At

r 'fr TV rcpoiteil' Ijy Sheriffs deputies, ly returned with a gun and threat

The IXinenn I.. Clinch Historical Society' will mere :Moil Alligood, an employee at Term. coed tn shoot f.roen NewsLeaderPhones
day, Match! 9 in the Recreation Center game: room ul 8 p in.r Inal Paper Bag Co, although foundat Two other men, :Melvin Lo\Mt

<: TV lt.'I:: pm was said by a physl. and Sclplo Lee, were said to haeattempted
Tie Senior, Cltkcns' Club wl'l' meet Thur di\, ):Mini) 12 clan to have: died sometime Saturday to lake the gun IromPI''IIIt.S 216.3686 261.3687
al 7.11 pm In the Recreation Center coiilere-nee rouniu night or early Sunday morning after he fired a shot at

T1lElI'n' AREA Uni: ACTIVITY at auto races. Drivers pit crew and a law '& 1 The bullet, from a 30 calibre
The Ilemcrorallls Garden Club will noel In the' nl'l'l'l'a.tlcn chin .
carbine cnlered his and
umher of spectators are shown above at the 1963 Golden Crown Prix :Many of the Center club room Thursday, March 12 at 8 pan upward through the head ranged I!

'p" >edy sports cars_were at the !starting line when this picture was made. i2r -f- Investigating officers were Sheriff

The Sunshine Girls of Council No 7 will steel Tuosd.iv, 11 J. loungblood and )Deputy: ;
M.Tch 10 al the :Masonic Temple Roficshnie'nliiill he George Courson, '
M jbs Of Pack 171 Jimmy Stevens Scout Troop 213 sl'r'Cd.'t'r Burial was In \ulee Cemetery. I i

i Continued from Page One) The IIiimphrcM.; :Memorial ,
onored At Blue Makes Tour will meet
with the problems having been In I{ Safety Tuesday Starch 10 .in the hiixpllal during room. H. J. Youngblood
business at Voice since the age of

nd Gold Banquet 12\ (with(''n jour my father school),board and also from servIrg 1948- i Of Container Corp. I Continued from Page oiled

'III January HJi:; am now servingas ;! "I i'lie\e l lint: my lurnlv-fmir
(Over 110 Cub Scouts mid member of Nassau County Recreation I'I Members of Troop 213 toured Do's and Donf's years ixprrlence In this of, I tee' ciiul.|
1 hen were present for I the Blue Commission, since 1956, Container Corp. of America Frldav (flea me In serve you In matters of
(d I Gold Banouet of Peek 171 as part of the Scout Safety Merit ''law enforcement' and on my record
Id Thursday, February 27 at the "The county Is large and the I'Badge requirement under the guidance I I as your sheriff for the past nix
rrcatloiT Center auditorium.Temhers time li short but I will try to see of Safety Engineer '\. L, For Good Gardening terms, I respectfully rcqucxl lour I rX
all of ,
of the four cub den you Selher v ho Is also! Safety Merit suet mod 1 intiiitrt' Ire
irated the banquet tab'ev! : two 'Your vote and support will be ,t: Badge Counselor for the Xassmi :"As In the; pant I, I shall try In ,
'1'1' centered with decorated oppi! 'eclated), District of the North Florida Connell Sujgchlrd: by (hr Ituse Garden DO plant banded plimli for best carry on (the duties of this nil lee
,cs: one den used an Indian! James S, (ijimmy) Stevens" I Boy Scouts) ol Amerlea. ( tub results and catty ulournliiR In a dignified, efficient and competent
'me and a totem pole center I, On Monday they visited the Cuun. Are you Inlcrcsled In enidc'iilng' IX) plum niittiirtliim: mid new' manner with fairness to all
'1'1': mo den mnd" a model I Political lly Traffic ('ourtl'hl're' His Honor If so: DO Juke 'IlrYlIl1ll"'l11l1l11" till and special favois to none. I shill
,toe of liberty, carrying out arlotit Rallies Judge J. E. Weatherford acquaint. DO dig and cultivate joir soil tlnns when I lie new cum'III Is endeavor at nil times In employ tin'0111x1 .

Illume. Directing! tin af. i Continued from Page One) ''ed the scouts with court procedure, brloic 1110111:hI". about! 4' high UN aid the nld comptlent deputies it Is pern : to l ..A.
''I' were Cub Mailer David Bow. traffic violations and other court )DON'T: wait until your early rents. sihlc to swore
court house.
q and new assistant Cub Master I II proceedings This Is also part of bird neighbor's flowers arc blooming DO fertill/c I 1 lawn and' en.I "I am my own campaign treasurer I
Idy Lynch. I Committeemen, chairman Include Easter Pete In'I'II the safety merit badge require before you plant, I! ergreens. rt(for peels' scales, and the Florida National II i
luring the awards presentation, gram ; menu. : mites while flies, thrl|>i. and an. Bank Is my depository, In com. I I
secretary, and Howard Wilson, ''
following boys were honored: treasurer. I At 3:30 p.m, they again visited State Gives Charter hills on new growth: and Mower pllanee." with Florida" Ell'ellon'Laws. ""HI .......... 0' .....,.. ,Ills
)icn 3 Doug :Morris Roll and Container Corporation of America I II
\1'1' arrow points on Wolf, hedge: I Nassau Supervisor of where they were Inlcnlcwcd and I To S. E. Pulpwood DON'T forget In plan) a/nlc-ns,
lion Marie Struss has I Small back for the
;;: PUI'k1'111' keep for about 1:;0 room
aid Burfcrd. gild, and silver examined by Sethcr. Those passing or rearrange limo 1 liv colors.IX I gang..
I that April 4 has been set noglstra.1 Producers Assoc. Inc.
ow pilnli, Wolf badge: Handy file examination were; Hydic Peterson I ) spray n/.ilein fur pelnl cl.ivs I without rl'lnll'rallunfltl'r al I
: closing of the
roll. Wolf badge! Gerald Rata end they will' not be III, Robert Bedford, Robert I' Talljhassee Secretary of Slate blight, and continue, Iopr/l'hll! nine KlcrllMng! close of radiation! ; 11011"1 Thin It a kind of Volliwogen gizmo.
Wolf badge; :Mike VauBlm, Ferreira Cecil Bennett Wm, R. Tom Adams per week until blooming HCIIMHI in ever, I tile treatment causes some'unpopulnr" .
today announced thechartering Half truck
that date until the second primary. .
ir badge; Tony Vautjhn, Wolf; Harvey, frank Flala. and Fran!; over, ihanni's In the flavorand
Mrs. Struss also announred that of the Southeastern the structure of the meat. Half car
U Cainci. Wclf and Harrison. Joe Lucas and Kenneth
gold arrow
I DO pot Cascade pclunlas for
''requests for absentee ballots must I I Pulpwood Producers Association, 1 It'll toke 5 ;:;::
it.: King were unable to be present be. hanging ba.1.1'15.take: Keriuindina on big guys any day
Inc., NP 68%, rj, Mr. John Guy
'be made between March 16 and 29
en 2 Mark Phelps gold and ,' cause of school examinations and Barrow, Callahan Florida, Nassau I Beach a "City of Hanging llilK. And still give you as much room In bock as an .: .
er arrow point on Wolf; Larry I will take the final examination at County.. Filed February 23, 1919:; by kels," overage half-ton pickup Without I the gong you even ,
ill, Wolf and gold arrow point; tower; and Den "4, Ricky Bowers, a later date. I the Florida Pulpwood Producers I DO be sure to check this column do better, .

Id Burghnrdt, Ivcr: arrow I "missing Beetle. I' In other activities over the week. Association, Inc, Box 212, Callahan next week tor more I liulplul hints, TERMITES ? If you laU out the bock tear, you get another 65 ; _
ils tn Hoar, Mr. and Mrs, M C, Dixon were end the Troop's Scoutmaster' E yL "
'j! present at the medina Dixon, Valero and Advancement Chairman I Cubic feet of cargo space Inside. ..
rn 1 Jimmy Lone, gold and of the Mesa Club of Purpose: Betterment of the pulp. I IYou con I the outside Inside. We have -=-
ITT president I p. II. Lipiiukl were the guests of J.wTlBuily( ) JonesI even put
arrow points on Wrlf; wood industry. Subscribers: Jimmy
Bear. j'I Memorial Methodist Church, sponsor the North Florida Council at Boy hoops and a tarp that turn the bed Into a covered .
Davis 0 W. Boll Calla.I
of Cub Pack 171
was presented i Scout Camp Echockotce In Orange 1 wagon.)
>n' Jack Dickens lI'as1.latrd with the pack charter. han. Troy Kelggr: Folkston, Gu from Pane: One)
I Park together with other scoutmasters
|1 la Boy Scolds: Ricky Park members Include: Larry and committeemen' In the ': resident IIf NUSKIIII (niiiry' a high : Loading Is easy. All 3 sides come down Ike, tailgates. ..
k, David Unwell and Wesley Sellers, Jimmy Long Tommy Se.I I Barrow :told fie New s Leader school graduate mid nlso iitlpnik-d And the bed's oil Hot No wheel well You use olll the '
I council. I
rs ,II'l're Inducted as BtbcaKn I brantz, David Grumpier, Sieve I this week tint the qrg,mi/at i Ion l onus Jnnes HiiBliioss Ci'llefe. 'ass's t Mn Iw.tn./aw.p.ImH.' y room for carrying stuff.Ynu -- -
The for the a.
f Chiefs, p-uy Bowers, Lynch Wesley Sillers, Steven :I menu ; created for tile betterment of pulp "I served for four years In the" gel moo vrt air-cooled engine no water to
with all the $5000
steak trimmings.: .
'Uhtl Key Joe turn and Ted Taylor, David Burghardt. Mark wood prices and pay and the betterment U. S Navy I am married, resideon GUARANTEED fn'ivc or hail over, The VW traction In snow and mud, _
iTsonere appointed. 'Phelps, Larry Pratt, David Russell I Tentative plans for the hoop'ssummer of working conditions, ttci Clinch Dilxe, unit my religion; ) Afiiml Fnhirt Teethe' Dmif 1'lui Iwmlnry" VW mileage' And you not a truck and

suits of the "genius kit' con. Ricky Cook, Gerald Roberts I and the reservation attendance at of, t the the camp same i He said that all pulpwood pro. la Uaplisl. a cur In n.ie. It'i culled the 5-pawnner pick-up amt
fathers and cubs Doug Morris, Mike Vaughn. I doter and I their employees both "I
;100\\ I camp site they had lent year concluded am presently imployed as MAHONEYTERMINIX we null It for $24'W! *
white and colored, working In the
something from assorted Tony Vaughn Cecil Gaines, { Journeyman Meelunic In I lie M iinUnancv -
'ling materials, were boys and Randy Klltrell. Gerald Burford the dmnor-merting i cutting of wood fur all mills In the Department of KavimierInnirpiirulfil There lire i'hen per fjl/me In the world,
"r creatlrnB as follows: Den 1, Larry Full wood, Ricky Bowers Permission to tour the Container ( Southeastern United States arc InIviled I ) and lime Ixeii" so cmploVLcl CO. Hut They ilon'I held 5 |people| .
I Millsaps, Cub Scout biard, I Ted Flier Bobby Sanders Henry Plant was secured through LinBaughman I In Join, Mo added that then- lor the past 2J yeurt'I Or K.I. t.f/)

1 IS; S'evcn Taylor race cur: Rodcffer, Bill Brcwton, and Ray personnel manager ol are said\) members have Kervei) four lumi as SEKVICK: SINCK: 1 191):! )
I 3, Gerald Burford, paiachute I mond Gough. the Fcrnandmu Beach 1'lant. : Barrow that meetings arc* preside'nt ol Incjl Nu, 7l l'>0 ,of In- I BRUNDAGE MOTORSJACKSONVILLE aNxouata,
-- held every Tuesday night: at 7:30: l'ulIrulnnunill | For FREE Inspection ,.....
Jr.-Hi the Building, In Milliard mid I INC.
Elementary 'at Armstrong Sulpliilc I'liper Mill \Voikers ,
MARCH\ 17-22-JAX COLISEUM I i but thut a move is antic'bated "I pledge mvsdl to I the duties I III',, Phone Jacksonville I I 1WD:!! f) Kmt: 1 Kijfhth: Street Jacksonville
Tickets en Sal .t Colmum" 1141 L Adams LUNCHROOM MENUSMarch I to the Callahan fairgrounds cause thin mire! and will siniciily uppicdiile -
Or at Door Oaten loch 'erf.r_. v-13 I'of crowded conditions, He Kiiidthere join vile and lie:Ivo xupporl "- COLLECT EL "UQCJE.TrD .,TAIL I'cr, tact COAIT pearl? COCA yours wan
For Mail Orders Send Chock or Monty Order Is no entry fee lor a limited ." 4.17G8I., arisen JCAere ('I'LV'.V! Cf1..IJ' I" ANN, AoolrcoNAL5w
Monday: Spaghetti! wground I.
beef and tomato sauce, green salad .
f MORRIS CHALFEN present rolls and
butter apple sauce pe

4t'f1L WORLD FAMOUS, .. can brownie, 'i pint milk. Qualifies \p
: Tuesday; Bar-b-cue pork on buttered
bun, potatoes In Jacket cur.
''Continued from Page: One I
: ); rot slicks succotash, j J'lIo u'' trull of Any Way
"OLDAI plain cake w/' white Icing the In Fern.indinn Will :I utrvc-d as Beach(President Junior '

Wednesday: Salisbury steak Chamber nf Commerce and aM a
oat ICE I I I'o teamed rice wi' biown gravv Masoned Director, on the Kernjndina UMIO'IJYuleo '!'
./ /7 grl'tn beans, silted tomatoes Senior' Chamber of ('eimmene You
,f OF 1964 / I rolls and butter coconut cuMaid, In l'l'! :>2 I served as Area
I ''o milk.Thursday .
n 4 pint
Chairman of a Statewide Operation
CDITION// / / I : Hot dogs / buns, buk- Registration Program/ a project

ed beans, role slaw', apple cobbler, designed! to encourage Voter Keg.Istralions Look
$3,50 Rows 1.17.$2..0 Row. 1..2. ''s pint milk. In 11 I received the
"I $2.00 Sews 30.31 I Friday: Fish Milks tartar! sauce 8tinguinhed Service Award and

, 1/ EVENING SHOWSi Mar 17-21.1 P M. potatoes w/ cheese sauce buttered I|! was se'le'eted as the Oulslending
{ MATINEES Mir. 31, 2i30, P.Mor. M. peas rolls and butler chopped, ('It- I|' Young( Man Of Tho Year In Fer.nundlna ,
22, 1 ft S '.M. rug fruit, raisin cookie'ea pint milk. Itcnih At It. rJ rt
...../\; I "111m a member of the Fernnn- IY

II Children under 12, half price Mir. 21.2:10 P.M. DRYING and salting! of meats 'l i, dlna Beach Parent-Teacher As so. aIw
and Mar 22,_ S P M. Matinees; Only. as old ai recorded civilisation, elation and am presently suvlnff, of 1jn ,
was quite popular wl:h the ancient as its III'allh I[ Chiiirm.in, I served '
as an Area Chairman of the
\ DRUG STORE ON ATLANTIC AVEME.: Sumadan civilization which pre. rrrl'nt1n': Polio Immunisation YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT sA

ceded it. 1 and servlngas
Program am presently I
--- -- ----- -
Chairman of the Nassau County
: Chapter for Project Hope, THE SERVICE YOU GET FROM

"I hope that my past community
C. AfllTiD I endeavors qualify me asan Individual

I simerely Interested In the SUBURBAN PROPANE
I welfare and future of Nassau k

III -LIV.III LAOSATOIIY" County, I feel that I the leadership
/a / (Q f p I qualities I have gained through
bin.ness; and clue interests qualify
I 5.50 to 6.99 rffccthtly handle the
me lo many
of 00t f administrative runpeinsibililles of Our Office, Showroom, and Plant

t 'I this office, Serving All Nassau County

BOYS EYELET ; "If elected I will pursue a pro. All In Fernandina Beach,

gram designed at extending the
You"re juet a step away OXFORD lime bvlweenoter Ftc-IleglHtra- with Guarantees You Fast And
Styled of Smooth liiiim I feel the present policy Is
from Etiller sad ]lose(f ... StuffResUtiintLeather i I not only as Inconvenience to the Efficient Service
voter, but a f inane lal burden to the Radio Trucks
new footwear ful1ionllo taxpayers

The bare look Is i "I further pledge lo conduct the We A Full Line Of
new affairs of this olfiee actively eronnmitally 24 Hour Service Carry AppliancesTo
with the deserving -
and dignity:
graceful, airy accent GIRL'S CLASSIC (if every public office.If Suit Your Every Need

tar wardrobe. you feel 1 that I possess the
your One-Strap
; Pump Qualified Service Men
1 ". qualities desirous of those who By

Ne MAC, In Black should nerve In Public: Office your
vole and support of my Candidacy 7 South 7th St.
And Men. Suburban
PatentURTIN'S will be greatly( appreciated Delivery

a ts Respectfully Propane I'ernandina Beach, rIaa
; / DON "nt\' : ()" HO fIITS": .

I Established 1878I Meter, Bottled or Bulk Gas Service Phone 261-3661

313 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261.4211
I Trade At Home 1

. . , , . .

,.1.1Whcn t

: Six News-Leader Fernandina Eench, Florida Thursday! March 5, 1964 i I I Rep. Claude .Wingate TO MY BELOVED
: : Just Ramblin'Continued
Happenings Around YuleeBY T. T. Hernandez Talk : I the gloomy walls of night i I
To ( from Page 0 ) Shut away the pleasant
Union Locals
of the local race course or thunder And the world seems
ANDY Representatives from five union down the straightaways. I'll see j loneliness and silence, walling
t'' cloned out our tournament loss and a win. locals at Container Mill Division, I I I' you there. I still,
till last weekend with two games a Friday nl"htI.e i Container' Box Plant Rayonler and I I Then at once, a lovely dream
fM defeated Key Florida Public Utilities Co., went Comes upon this eerie scene
March hm entered like the
Heights 63. In attendance at the newly spon. I pro. As I listen to the calling of a lonely
verblal lamb with
unusually warm
sored joint meeting of unions on whippoorwill
Judge The first
Waybright weather the pant few dayi. Butdon't tt
February 23.Tiiose .
t of that I let the mild climate fool you' t
me we gel t present represented be. lovely face I
I see your
i Continued from Page One) Into a 'The majority of but for the twecn 500 and 600 wage earners In plenty of activity brewing and you )In It's old, accustomed place; 1
vitally Interested In parents the welfare are of the game this area, and It Is hoped that other I won't want to miss any of It. Political As we wandered In a woodland 1
and happiness of their children had a rough locals In the county will have re.prcsentatlvei activity began this week with I where the sweet wood-vlolctg t

"hey want them to be good students [ pulling a- at future meetings. qualifying In the well liked and accepted by In the last t Guest speakers were Claude Win. end li dedicated to the Jayccciand We were searching there for beauty -
their clasumales. In.n effort to couple of min gate member of the House of Re.I the Golden Crown Prix of1! I
help their children achieve utes. I presc-ntallves from Nassau County sports car racing, and later this Yet we found that love and duty I
and keep<< them from feeling popularity Roger Strickland netted 24 points, 'and T T. Hernandet, member of month the (farm Lamar Murry, 17; Ronnie Key, 11.\: the Board of Directors of Humph. I Twins will hit town furl I II that Heaven can bestow I
left out by the have II
group parents Larry Bennett 6,' and Mallory Memorial I l ah I
ONE! FOR THE MONEY, TWO FOR) the show," then ifti {o-K<>-K; 1, w the green mmlp the mistake of being pres. Wilder S. reys spring I training After a rather in. ,
flag down and the race in underway. I'oised at the starting{; lines with re\\ed-up surd Into giving permission for activities Wln all! piacca special emphasis friendly winter I 1 I'm ready (for each Then the loneliness of nightF
motors these speedy sports. earn are all net for action at the 1.J!)(;: Golden; Crown I'rix. at too early an age and putting In Saturday night Hilllaid beat us ''on the present Workman's Com. 1 and every activity that warmer I And 1\\'. sorrows all
responsibilities on their children the hoot game 61-74. We played pcmatlon law, bringing out tenta. weather brings. I II As I live again In retrospect, the I
which they were too to a good game but just not Rood I live ways and means of Increasing I fctr I II scenes of long ago. I
Board has also recommendedthe young '
The fund for the two projecli ning enough./ weekly benefits. He gave a brief'I The harsh realties of day I
handle. When this starts In filth
Since dresses In
City Okays !! will come from a surplus of approximately construction of a building at and sixth grades It continues This time Murry was high scorer resume of the past session of the their everyone Easter up and Cannot drive the dream away;
beach to house' a modern res. finery on Sunday
the the
$24,500 from rev- I with 17 points. Wilder House followed by a question and time the vision that
through the high school years and got IS I:>>, either attends Sunrise Service or a Nor can erase
(Continued from Pane One) I! enue certificate funds of $4:O.OUO.) taurant. Instead of giving our youngsters a Bennett, 13; and Key and Strlck. answer period.Hernandez of doth keep my heart aglow
out that such a res. respective place worship a
which the city secured to build the I lie pointed
I land 8 each the functions
The approved expenditure at the Florida Marine Welcome Station I taurant Is part of the overall)( plan I happy relaxed period of growing I on later hour, why Is there no parade Herbert Luke
golf a building to house the pro shop I and parking I'area and said that financing of and not given an opportunity to look counting the tournament. As the special emphasis on ways and time to show off the youngsters inI I
and for the purchase of furnishings I an Irrigation system additional'I such a facility could be paid for forward with anticipation to those final scores are added, some of the means I of Increasing use of the hoa.I their I Sunday go-to-meetin' best sot I
lot at the Rolf course .
A and
for the lounge. lighting at City Ball Park and 1 through a lease arrangement activities and privileges reservedfor highest scorers are: Dun HlRKlnbolliam I 1 pita question answer period that all denominations can Join In, GET Vertogreen AT
The shop hod been recommended I the next 93 points Key, 135 Wilder also followed his talk. ,
pro I City Manager David Gatchol age group ; ; after the church-going that Is. Why
<< by the Fernandina Beachj I beach Improvement.In showed plans for such a building, "In an effort to Golf Association so that the pres. ,i order to complete both the with estimated cost of $4:>.000 to I l trend patents In many towns and and Strickland a sophomore (Yea legs, union members are asked to prizes or trophies to the best dun.
enl shop could be moved from beach (Improvement and the pro cities have decided to work together Sophomores) 34711! contact J. B. Parsons, chairman, You
pro I I $480(10, ( and told how financing wait BCd wee ones? sponsor an
the lounge, thereby giving more shop It will bo ncccshiiiy for the! possible with no outlay of city In an effort to provide a'' We had our homecoming parade I Easter Parade for kiddies, I'll pub.I
room for visiting: golfers: : and social '! city to borrow approximately funds for the construction. ;i basic social code which would suggest Friday. It was a big success. The Maurice i llclze It. I
activity In the lounge.The I $4.160. Such a restaurant would be exposed the proper time for beginning!! >' student
Golf Association had originally )I City Manager David Gatchcl and to replace the present recommended that the restroom i Director of Public Works Jim owned property which houses the i This; Is not In any way a set ofrules best car Kenneth Murry and\ Dan. to furnish lighting/ for the pageant.To banding together and exploring the
and linker facilities be ex. Beard told the News-Leader today Blue Seas Dineaiirunt, operated by trying to tell I parents how to)II ny Wilder had the best horse. Ed- further! promote attendance, of.advisability! of forming a Parent's
paneled, but when It was decided that work has already begun on Jeff Bowers The new location<< in bring up their children but a helpful I; die Pope! won the motorcycle award finials agreed to omit the park entrance League here as has been dune In a NEED
that sufficient money was not both projects no that they may be proposed considerably to the North I Kiiirte lor the parents who want The Yulee Volunteer Fire De for the two nights of the number of available at this time! ti> do this In completed by June 1 I. the olllclal of the present facility their children to enjoy growing opt 1I I Ii partment has a new tank truck It presentation. I ed la the welfare of children In -0--
i satisfactory manner, the new pro opening of the summer (tourist sea After considerable discussion of I i rather shun be forced Into Imitating will hold Z.IJOlallons.() / This Mill bea Mrs. Jay Hariris, president of general you are urged to attend a 'Best For The South' !
shop was recommended<< son.In the desirability of such a fiicllityy I adult activities long before they I' big help In putting/ out fires. I| the Iliitorlcal Society stated audl. meeting on March 12 at the Rent f
The expenditure! of $45(10( for I hisImproveml'nt connection with the discus. at the beach as an attraction for are ready. The home Is stressed as | The Yulee Methodist Church hasa flans will be held In the near future Center to>> hear Judge Roger Way-
was approved on motion linn ofpansion rest room and linker ex visitors as well as local residents he: center of activities and In most revival on this week. Rev. Larry for local residents wishing to take I bright discuss this subject."If I
of John TUiakos a second by at the golf course, It was It was suggested by Mayor Johnson instances older young people have O'Steel la here from Jacksonville. part in the pageant. Dates of the Shiell's Grocery
Ben Sorensen and a unanimousvote. brought out that the drain fields that the matter be returned to cooperated! with their suggestions i Please make your plans to le'pRltor audition will be announced later we are careful and septic tank were In need of repairs the Planning Board for further for such a code."Charlotte. We arc sorry to hear that the Funds from the pageant, whichIs what has gone before, we shall be 211 ATLANTIC AVE. !
Both projects had the approval and enlargement. With the study and a later presentation of N. C. was one of the of Yulee Baptist Church, anticipated to become an annual constructive builders of what is to
of the Planning and Advisory decision to build the pro shop, their recommendations. first cities to have a Parent' League i Rev Francis A. Picker, will be affair, will be used for restoration come." James C. Kinard, Chester PHONE 261.9033
Board which has had beach Improvements Commissioner Sorensen moved that organized In 1956 and can of. leaving In April. of historical sites on Amelia Island. (IS. C.) Reporter. I, t
under consideration for this work be done now but that It for[ concrete evidence of Improve
some time. Members of this Board, should be paid for from the golf Do YoU KNOW; ? menu brought about by the coop.

present at the meeting are Ralph course general fund as a malnlen. eratlon of parents In planning social -
item.Bnhunnun. THE FlORIDITOURIST activities with and for their
Xear, chairman Robert Ferreira, ance
Dr. Ralph Wolff, G. H. Waas, Jr.? seconded this motion INDUSTRY 13 WORTH children. Some of the other cities Buy First Tire At Prices Listed Below Get The j.
and Extecn Corbclt. and the Commission was In unanl- el I tj5000OOO, PlND ISAPPROX. which have followed their lead are
'R. H. Young, president of the mous approval of an expenditure LflRGtR\ .TIMES ,v Philadelphia, Pa? Charleston S.
Golf Association, attended the I up to $1400 for this work. .THflN THE --> 'l t' ,,- C., Atlanta, Ga., and most recently .
meeting and expressed the views Following\ the approval of the k CITRUS I the Riverside section of Jack. 1
d that group on the Improvementsat I two projects Dr. Wolff reminded \\\INDUSTW I MV( 1\I sonville. Fla
the golf course. the Commissioners that the Plan. "A group of local parents Is In. lie. utfiOFP
forested In the formation of a Par. I
I ent's League In Fernandina Beach ;
.. Dr. W. D. Rodeffer has consented I
10 art as chairman of this group
There will be a meeting on Thurs-
'day, March 12, 8 to 10 p.m. In the THAT
Need A Good Salesman? \ udllorlum at the Recreation Cen. I

11'1'. At this time Judge Roger J.

\ :::tt::: will an speak organization.about t the It PRICE i

enough people are concerned and ,
Good salesmen hard that ntcrcstrd they would draw Up our
are so to come by many a I
i own code, based on our own needsand iI
J retailer has wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to I guidance facilities.of their Children parents deserve and there the I

rub when he needed more help to sell merchandise I I are more times effective when as a parents group than can In.be tfliF1ii hIMLTIHiIth1I

dividual In answering "but every.
one else Is going", or "everyoneelse

It would also be nice if the lamp produced a sales Is doing It".
I "If you are interested In working

man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make i with pattern and of for activities your I children for each for age a

group that will enable them to ma. I
all the calls necessary, who could see every customer, lure naturally and your child Is In ,1 t i

!grades 5.12, you arc urged to al.I .
every day. I end this meetlnii and express your I S
views" f
I I I 4jfl

It would take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't -.-.--...... '.,-,- '.- S '

r make mistakes, who always told the correct sales story, I ,'; .r.h ,..f0' 1

who found interested customers on short notice, and 1I 1-- r S

sold merchandise. I All Sizes.Compacts; to Big Can I
I Jlackwalls-Wtiitewalls-Tubeleu-Tubed-Typt ;

A Struct. of. Your Dof lor ol Mrdlcme,
If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a sales. Your Loril Mcilitil,M<"hral.AowououMEDICINE'S ,

man who could go right into the home, right into the liv TEN BEST Tobelee rte M, ,r 1.1 Tobrd". b r, u. u T"bles n n ,n N Tubedi m n0 u ii"Ill," I
\\c hear aliniit the ten best
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ing room and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of ton books lust, the dictucil tin .I'C-t women playa,, and the' l 65413 1925 ass : 21.75 11.71 It. I
\\OI"h'llIIell. What 10.50 25.70 15.11
the ten wont 75414 2110 -
: his merchandise.And aie, the ten oiitM.nuling, developments 10411 2195 17.41 25.45 1421 -

in medicine r4 21.35 1711 3075 11A! a
The edu.ws of the U. S.Natal .
Mc.lir.il Bulletin hate 6.747 2l.ao loss sleao 1 1.15 25. 17.16 $2150 $10,10
that salesman would work at a low wage. That iibmitU'd\ the following< | lift: 7.70415 2495 1sA1 23.25 1142 25.4 1421 26.75 17.37 5'

1 1. The Ilipporutic' Oath (lilt 7647 27.35 1SS0 25 52.70 30.1 IIA1 sago 14.41 4
seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would Cruse' IL r.) that cniliiidici a 1.641 3050 11.75 34. 11.00 7210 15.7e
I code;:;I of{nirdii.il; 1 tliim: generally:: sal

never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, always sworn to l hy thin who recent 520.1 34.10 alw W./ttlUlar rot MOe1r.1 a tore Mrl.
their, ilriircc of !Doctor of Dledinuc.
what his employer wanted him to
just say.
say 2. !Un.ititre or lung t a vessel
to prcu-iit 111'1II.rllolll', Buy on Budget Terms..TAKE MONTHS TO PAY !
1. Disinxrry of f quinine| uiodIn

Impossible Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce frt, the ircaliiient iinpoil.int of pccilic Itloll.lfiol, the I in

that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman I rf therapy 4.unullpuxucin.iticm.Edward' \ \ Jenwr's discovery. CAR FLOOR MATS '"v**"** NO LIMIT GUARANTEE

'i comes only in air castles and newspapers. 5, li 'is honored by
origin i'f if t-ed-e l Ioy IVlcur.h. .
a 3 dealers and stores in the United States
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and. uhnlitrui, an advocated and Canada. ..wherever you travel
p Read back There is nothing there that newspaper l by Jusqili\ Lister. y I
7. \Disco*cry of the trans- dlttcM In Mrknuiuhw, and ..nglKWiwntt..< "gonad" on sell
advertising can't do for a retail store. It is the super till-siun of f di.-case (touch as I M m.t..n.t"." nitrad luiirtf Miurm, MiiiiMM<)swats-pnaala
yellow fcer) hy indicts. (..c. nprabM ) lor..tM. 1ant Sent II ....._
salesman the dream salesman the perfect salesman. 8. Conceal and local anesthesia. 101. "'......... Yws,4a
I I _HeaY -duty molded rubber Only

All that is needed to put him to work is call a represen II 9.ID.!Diphtheria\\illiclnt, antitoxin.Honud' Rent- I-UmversalFit' Nonskid! design Iv"eaeaa5,_?taus..._.q5-,_euseaans r w'4". _mew.n Mwe-c.re.wsrrr..ew 0 ct. Ufa 1 1 ma \

gen's discovery of the x-ray. Choice of colors: whit*,' $149

tative of this newspaper at 2613686. One outcome II'f totting downa red" blue, green, black

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The Fernandina Beach Area
Covering Trading diMinvrie. and tech'
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lir.nn surgery ;lire nit !great ad.inert SUPPLY
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1 the new upen.iltv; of *paenieilieine .
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:.f.-.. .n ,In 3a News-Leader, Fernandina Heath Florida Thursday! Jlnrth, 5, 1DC4!) Page Seven

Sports Slants I Ihi :! Pirates WinBY Two, Lose One In Tourney

CURT' CORDON 1 0 2 2'4
BY CURT GORDON N Steger Jaeoway" 1 I"Alvaren r
a't'2 The IcrnandlnM Beach Pirates 1 0 2 Turner 2 :3 I .7
came' out of the Group 3 Basketball BI'I'kl'tt 1 0 2 Stevens a 6 12SI'IIun1al
Coaches In the Keystone Confer. alto group, That Is the best way Inuinamcnt last week winning two 2 0 4 Mangum II 2 12
ellt'ftI ill hold I meeting here Sun. to keep basketball on the upgrade mid losing one duilng the three. Soblel 2 0 4 TOIIIIIW I 0 2
(ay afternoon at three o'clock. at the local school (I day event The Pirates defeated I: lIo\llrd 0 0 0 Whllaker 8 0 'f2
Coaches from Macclenny, Green I if! Cove' Orange Park Santa Fe P I Herb While announced this week, 42.40, then lout to top-seeded Pal-I Orange Turk Fernandina 12 U 3 9 39
K. Von BO and Fcrnandlna will get: (that his Seahorse basketball team alka, 67.:III, nn the second night I lIao\l'll 2 3 71 I Pnlatka II 11 21 21 61Barthlnw
logcllu at the local high school I will play Old! Southern Foods team before defcnlmg St Augustine In I 0 2''' '.'.8. n. st. Augustine
I K For once In what might be I div. March 17 In a benefit game 875, Weaver 2 0 4I 11111' SlJpp 3 0 0Lythe
jtrrmed a lifetime, the high schools for the Ship Hope, Old Southern ('urn'It Bob Slover was pleased 1 0 2'Ceek' 8 II 17
leer the nation came out of a (it. Is loaded with former college basketball I with the effort of the Pirates In the J81..on.. 2 I S lion SIIPP 9 1 19Toluls J!)
(Patios In fine fashion. The sitimt stars and the Seahorses are game against St, Augustine and' II 4 26 Thrift 2 0 4 I
lion was that the National Football adding I few which should make a > staled (that Richard Sapp and Sieve t'I'I'lI.lI1dllla II 12 II a 42'' Alvarl'l 2 2 SOrunge
I Leallie10' talking of televising! tremendous game :for the local ; j Bukctt :played (heir bent games of, / Park II 6 10 II 26 t''krt! II 2 12
[football games on Friday nlthl I fans, as well as being a fine attraction their basketball careers Beekilt 1 F. B. u. Plllatka Sehomal 0 1 lFernandlaa
f hlcli 1 could have been trouble c::: for for the benefit of Project scored 12 points and Snpp Reline! r. rE cps'' Nobles I O' :2HeskNt I
sail high schools over the entire nation -I Hope i 6 In the IIlIlIIe Benny Alvarez and I 0 2 Totals 28 11 67
f) but the League president cltII A I FIRST TO BREAK INTO 1 THE CHARMED 700) CIRCLE at the Hidden howling Lane Richard human colkcUd a bill '('o"k 2 3 7 SI. AllluMtlne -
t 'tided against the proposal, Ybor Alvarez Fernandina s chid: was Cecil Hodge who achieved the feat last week in league play (Hocli>f'H. 720 set frpm share of I he !glory These t two boys Nobles; 0 1 I lIatHl'1 10 6 26Re :
9* -trw umpire.. Informed us the District scratch won him the trophy donated by L. I.. Bohannon. local insurance and real estate I came through In fine fashion for Snl'p 2 2 6 Falll 4 2 10 I .
Coach Bcb Stover plans to have I Little League meeting will be In stiver In the "reran( gamesRonnie nun SIII'II 8 U 12 1111..11III'e. 4 2 III
BRent. Roger Hadden. owner of the lanes said (his was the first time 700) has! been broken
t basketball classes during the DeLand March 14'bor he
sum.I on says 1 I 3ltryan 4 0 8
Ii IiSl'IlOl1Il1
and Mike Cook the ,
I met athletic program, He says he 'wants to get all umpires for the since he opened the Lines, 5 years DKO. Ti 'fured, left to right Hidden. Itohannon. j two top archers for (the Pirates din Thrift 2 4 a 81'IIwn 1 3.,5
j \I'U!' divide the boys In 'groups such I coming season together and will an lIodqe and Tom Tilmnn. president of the City| lenitue In which Undue was competing; ing (the ,teuton scored 19!) and 17 Ah'al'rz 0 0 0 'orb'h, 0 0 0

I ;.''sixth and seventh grades etc,, nuance the meeting date later To prove it was no fluke, Hodge( came back ''I few nights later and bowled a 701( : hit.ft I patois riKiiirlivrlv- Id be the. toll'' Touch 14 11 39 Tul81s 23 13 59
-ft "tr tr? -- : ; t'l'l'nnndllla 19 18 18 14 67Porter
so all boys will be playing against I 1- -----"" 'T I'rcimimllna'; kcortra, Jot Thrill I'allll.a -
...-0--- I Probably some of the best news HIII I.d( 4, Ahmet 6. Klihard Noh- 3 2 a SI. Augustine 12 13 19 U 39
I here this week Is the signing of a his ol'I'onl'nllI'hen' he frog I hehllh.hnrd.ol1e Classic -
CityBowling lis 2 and Schomas one during the
the ,
!professional baseball contract by across plafe.Bill .
Bill Mtltae He received) a Kansas 1 started' hit baseball cnn-cr In gRme.I
Trailer On Display ,City:: contract and will: be assignedto I I the I local; Little League, nitiamed League Bowling LeagueBY I I Guy Balsel scared 26 piilnla t to>
See This New the Daytona Bench Club of the I I to the Babe'Ruth Leauic and then !lend) the Il''ond.lt'I'IIt'd Yellow Jac Treat
Florida State League, McRac on Into American Legion and high I BY IIESR.S. III\in: MIISHefk r kels In scoilng Yourself ,p-
stands six tlirce and weighs about 1 I school ball, Ho played lust year Week of t."8 of 227: In the Pulatka game, the I rl.ral,1 .
213 should be able to take care for South Georgia at Douglas where Team Standings H L Pins Total sunned the entire IIrOIlby\ '0 "OliN A ,
and. I II ho had an outstanding record an a Sandbar SH 34 64iBt:; Teem Standings \\' L Pin leading the top-stidcd Bullclon" | ill
pitcher for the')Junior college team Morris & Payne I No\; 1.3 (Shone; Sim 1 ill41 I'l 2IUI04 the half 27.22; but, the roof caved
tr tr tr Body Shop Wt 3Vi' 64045lluddin |!No; 2 DI.ll nterpilsesIB In on rcrnundlna In (the mnnil
Larry Wesley. coach at Orange Lanes 47 45 64101! I 24 2fl10No ( I half and; they cinildn:: t score but :13 To The
Park,. Informed us that his fuse Reach Bar 44', 47't' 61371)) 4 Hidden:' lam34 2ft( 27454 points, Pulalka racked up 41. teed
I fullback of last football season, Jim KAC 31i', 5Vt' 62X11I I"No 1 VeMein\ Alit II> I'l 41 2M73 I the first hall( bubble burst) for (he
Booth probably will enter North Beckers I DrIll! 33', SAy' 60:WD I Hull( Teen, Games I Pirates VeryFinest
.. .. Carolina or Miami to further his High Team, dumes I IB & It Fullnrsis 112H'Hadden Itinnle Mipp scored 12, Mike
SERRO SPLIT. LEVELHILANDER football career Most of, the load Morris & Payne W' Losses 1514! CIH'k 7. Joe Thrift I. Itlchiird *app t
fans remember Booth from last Western Auto 14M7lllkh :
I Sandbar 2IKX> ''
I 6. Sihomas S. Beckett S. and Nobles
year when lie played I big part In I Beckers! Drugs/ 2718 Ind 3 GuinesCerll one In the game
helping Orange Park upset cur Pirates High, Ind Games I hedge/ 701
A 11"_ willi _.I. ._, 1.u... .04 Big Dub Stevens scored 22 lei
Myllnt'SrlU.l.v.1' ,KK.W.,......L.r MNd., Cecil Hedge 7(15( Roger Hodden 608 ,I lead Pal lka In scoring I
ruw.nn' .AU. I. I W A Billy Joyce 5H8llllih
Joe Drew 619 '
talon W.HH' hMh. LAW DOW t I In the opining of,the (tourney .
,, game
Team Game '
Coach Wayne Benner opened his
!7iilrtT.Mrr I I.: _. :. Payment Spring football training on Mondayof Dean Stephens High Game 602 B & II Fnterprlscs 536Western for Fernandina, Coach Slaver I 37 MODELS FROM 16/ Through 33'
aw.M...... AN..' __. S28Haddcn used his entire squad In rocking up''
aw.y this week Benner states that the Morris. & Payne 10"i2 I Aulo I MOST ADVANC 'A'nr
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wp era As 511 the win over Orange Park 4226
a.s.-r.nNMNA, t Pirates will have only nine garneton Sandbar 100DIlddden LnncH STYLING IN lOATINOTITO If,You Are Interested .
I the football, slate next year In.stead Lanes 1149 lllRh, laid Carne Slover used three Sophomore |
:Also SCOTTY SPORTSMAN 15 cf ;the usual ten, (I High, Ind Game i Cecil llulw/ 27B and two Juniors along with his vet.nans I MIVINT TIIATID TOIfDO TO In A Fine Quality .
=. WII,a,.,,.1300..e I...* 'EASY 'it Cecil Hoclge 281) Roger lladelcn 2HI: : In the game 'and all proved fUNGUS ATTACK fibre niam Boat .
iTEKMS Bob Slaver was really pleased Archie Smith 247 Billy Jivce' 2551: I II out fine, I IItinnle SEE THEVEGA
::and! SCOTTY SPORTSMAN! 13 with I the play; of his Pirates In the I! Larry Flint 226''I High'I Scratch Howler Snpp scored 13. took W. C UNIQUALllo (fOICRArTtMANMir 21 1 -

'.. 4vash.1.5' ....",' j ,EASY basketball game with St Augustine High Scratch Bowler| ,I I Cecil Bulge" / rO-7IIJ Thrill 6, Ted Sieger 2, Alvaret 2, I .
c 1l\ ", Vaud "Maybe I mywll.wtllbhwa...." last. Saturday night Fernandhsscame I i Cecil fledge 260-720 i I j Roger Hidden 2\:\ -ti08 Beckett 2. Silmmas 4 and Nobles 4, | INHOARI OUTUOAIU
really If.hla.ItII.Ii. :: I
POWER 0I'TIO 8Sportsman's
, through In fine fashion and' Larry Flint 201-521 ,:'Dilly Joyce 2JW5IWIdiry Eric llaimn stored 7 to lead Or. .
I I.. SCOTTY some of Stovers youngsters me|John Barnlak 175-5141 I i Hint 11)9-502) a IIKC Past In scoring
looking better with each game. Tommy Tllman 1W7-.111)) Illifh Average Bowlers I BOX SCORE 1 I '
Till" P' I F Stover can grin when he tells yowl I John Beckett 2-5)3) I I Cecil Hi due IDA F.B. vs. Orange Pk Wharf

.\ TRAIL R' SALES 5. J'JJ '\ that he will have all of these bnvsj James Lynn 178-504 : Roger Madden 184Larry i,rrrnundlna f. ft tpsnic ._ ,
back next year with the exceptionof ) High Average Bowlers Hint I 16?! Sapp 0 0 0
T. C. ADklNS FLORIDA'S OLDEST Roger Haddcn 1118( Klcber' Skldmore. IDA Ron Snpp S 3 131 ADJACENT TO rLOKIDA MARINE
2114 I Belvedere'' Ate.Fernandina I AND MOST HISTORIC ,,1 Richard Sapp\ Cecil Pledge I 102 1 Cask 4 1 9 WELCOME STATION

(Beach Fla. : l Johnnie Williamson )178 Destiny may shape our end bull j Thrift 3 0 8
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Kleber Skidmore 1721 our middle. Bar hice 0 0 0
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: Golden Crown PrixDANCE .John T. Barnes Kurt W. Becker Jack Woodward J. R. Hutchins .

.' G. H. Waas, Jr. L. L. Bohannon Chuck Flenniken J. D. Daugherty .
Norma J. Albert B. Maxwell Sr.
James S. Stevens Curtis H. Lasserre Chancey .
A. R. Seville Reed Lewellen
Don W. Roberts James E. Bowers .
Fernandina Beach Chamber of T. R. Steger .

David K. Sturges Thomas T. Hernandez Commerce Harry Poole
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 7 Robert P. Ferreira Jeff T. Bowers Franz Mitchell W, H. Melton .

. U. J. Porter Claude E. Wingate A. S. Allan, Jr. Forrest G. Ozburn .

. AT RECREATION CENTER Ray C. Lovequist James T. Carter L. E. Kight Sue M. Nickeljon .

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.1fot. I 7:JO PM Evening Woumt: r The d'sr pi'alinn) on Hnrldmlldl "
tail hnirs rf family entertGhmem
SPKlVflHILL: : VPTIST Wednesday. Services I I to m: tin:'i'mi'nt nuns hits
hat irtrodiccs tie stars and rnsembloi
'. CIILItCH I 7:30: P.M. Prayer Service ti increased trim Hn rollm: ld( :i H,. FOR FRESH '
which are fcntjrcd hI.
; trtr -ft I 1ar ilO In 1 11 1>ii( t li, "iHO'fl In 1'61 nccrrrtinn NEW _
Slit Itfvav" 1 107 Nman M l lo a .rrpnil umpilid I bH'lharil \' / / ,-
Rev Dim F, Wade, Pastor CHURCH OF CHRIST I <;x epe-.cuhr: productions! and LIVING Mm t
t'! Hailow" G imc
South 11th SiredtEarl ,
Pastors Time .terra* of liter cits,
r..nP. .7 i i P1?!'nidil h li'vlsl' ll'n' ,, Cniiip andFrreh
( For > .... ........... am HilUirt Minlbtcr A host cf newcomers Include ,, ys>, :isa r Tb a4 s tit ,
1)7 v. jp Witrr: ( Fish, CommlsslntlAn
Sunday f hool .. ..... 'I:4i): aim, Sunday: Bible Study.? 10:00( am I Kunl NakrJ JII1I1.: the: tiny Jjpii CM f r !ro. )
Mominjc JVoruMp .......... 11 am'TralnlnR I Morning Worship 11:00( urn I empress of the Ice snarl,ig fie! ', r t4 lie deer pnmilatlim liurensisn w
Union .......... (0:13 I: pm Evening Worship _" 7:00: pan I spotlight with other' cstDb: Ishco t 1 dH. the annual harvest The _
Evening Worship ......., 7:W p.mcdncmln I '* '* & stars 11M' harvest t III 1 413J dnrulirwn r
\\' v: ST. I'LIERS LI'IftCOl'AL.:: : I Beau:!ITullv pnRcni'i'y, c"l,'rf'i'' Rn Imreise rf "R'; over

Mon'ii Hnur nf Power .... 7 p.m, tllLKCIl :oMi'met' b"'e.itVtakl: g nknllInndiiniB <: time 1'IIM'! like of 2.KOI, VMi'ls'! time

Prvei. (Ser\lce ..... .. 7:30: pm The Rev James I D. Lllixor:: Rector I 1' ( mm and gliiim,rous npirt, imlieilcii, nn mmmil/ increase,
hosorver well may come" 1 :30 AM Holy communion girls nuke up tie: company. WWN In the harvest. cf Irgnl both dir( .

?* <:r 10:uO AM Choral I EuchuiuiIt |I evening .:IOart' mhelu'ed the miriin, <,f Inoieiisp" hoe: dcdiiuil r
: = and liulii! its"
nnniinlly :
45 A.M. Church School may -
'oftlH! 11th STIITFTIUPTIST : : Tuesday. March 17 tiiro!'gi Sit :
't | '\'<'IMI" tlfe In hunter "iir,'." 'le
= b:00 P.M. Episcopal' Young! (
!; CHf'ICH)' i jindiy: Mnnh 21 a: S P11. Mill nIce
045: II m:* .. 1mla School Churchmen are pUnned (fcr Sjtt.rd.A t, } or 1Ilmv mitten" In pnptl! alnn Want In travel'? \\mif fun mw mlvenlim anal mlitrnllnn :
11 :nn t.m.C .... .. Morning Wurihlp (Thin It the schedule of every' I I i March 21 Hi 2.30 PM mid:I raSoiday rrnuh ill Hie lirair liirda ir h ..ill.Apl'r'xhm"l'Iy ben ,limit ,likt'tiil., ,,II\P, MVIIAIUI ,
Sunday with the exception of the I like runt u.mfi.rH mid ei mini.'mi. with -
.: spirHnunhiinled (
and 8 P MI
(I:3D g"hi." .. ....?.......... BTU last of the month) March 22 tI vim, nl l a tarot' .\'im i.mi iilT"ni|! \ all anal! vmir ftinnlv anti -
Sunday |I I 'nod and se1, dnr on the elate ma"iu .
All ccuti ore re si Oct 11\111"- enluunenl. taut l| if your ,trip... anal| Vii""""n" ill a
7:30 p.m. .... Evening; Worship I LAST SUNDAY OF THE f:r 3..o.. ("S3 mid $200 CMldirn'urdor Ileiei a pretty swili.Ii nn.a perennial sunnier" favoilie-tum mini areas dnlnit", fio' IM1R4huntlnit : ..If rsroman'II: l u.I?\in. l'ratrl'I'nrder''I I I his "irklniK, mew :
7:3D( pjn, ... Mid.Week Service I MONTH I'I 12 will he rdmitted hill salad !goes glamorous West (.onst style. (tounrd with bright nenmin Tliiv hinMtwl l MVIIA IT I DlUKf' : 'IK Hplllillll- yet rorv 'hsht .
fruits, this nutritious main.disii salad is a null to mate and a r 1 nautili, ,lu III' 1 lIII.1 Imy a 1"11I11, rate alai! Items ,
A.M. : Communion 4. 31 deer firlho'il/ Ott of time
Wednesday 7:30: Holy prUe to Ole: 2 30 PM and 1 PMr.uilntc : > (
r"I..b'. ', l Vl'i
loin. "kit'ih"n.'i'lol
positive pleesiiie! to scrxe. hiihriNim' hit and water,, h
10:00: AM. :Muiiilntc 1'iayer : :, only For all :Its; elegant 1 oppoarance, tuna Oumn Salad eaten just entire pipuhillnn" ,' nf 53 OlIO d 'rr heal''' in,,1 l tight IIId"I".Io',1. ,, nf ,>,,1-1,1(. ''mini wherever, \miiii
JAM .011 Mar AM.4VL and Sermon H Kt m. y bo puichaird from as high: in nutrition as it doles in looks A scrvlnc/! if canned tuna This I IA a RIIUCM ratio of cue drum ( \l M.LAIIII'. n,'w lagii,,.. Mvm vim I 1' tin id.In in all) Ini _
11 :13; A.M. Church School the Colin,,.., n, 1145 E. Adams St I rioxidR more f mstcMbs piotim than a coinarable, icivlnj I ifrcJ fir ewrrli'ht huitcru Them'ell. li H,m"> from Prut wair. nl I late Hum *1 JOil1Miv _
600: ( PM Episcopal, Young the counter at the CMiiiitsi meat, plus valuable vitamins; and minerals! j Tuna: is high, :in; I rally, hunters mild have taken \ nut I mil. viiur.. lf and jour f mulv. tn munr freiih.
or over poly, .unsaluutcs, and its due saw living! fume in toiliv mul mil I the MAI,umi Trwil .
Churchmen -- --- vanity dmcktibla, In a ininiinuui 162', mire thus Iliev ildIdiirlnit 'llniltrnl! : e
VVN aVL AYO of I ; ;kR.4t \ .
connective tisruciie clione \\rlllhl'\\'Jtchl'rI, drained
ho I 1' srnaen. This I'luvvcMr Tim MALI ADO tins 'Incl dmth l4 l ,
H JC1IUIGC11 :! I't1SIls': : ih.iu\N tuna solids contain l 11'm caluiies than :tia uf .' : n-ra:
OF 0011 : equivalent quant nrciiidhiK to the report, It VHlltWINU ll> DUAKf, |9I" ; :
t popular meat cuts, 00'r'' FLKiHT LCARLN, 21 .., FUCHT WINO
l'll ;Itlll
( TERMITES I Cur. 41 III and Cedar bts I | lmic II Kev. Julia fouler, Pastor Tuna Crown !Salad
K. L. Marvin Johnnon, Poetic I onMrated tint, a mil xl mum liml]
VVOrtK ALL YEAR I ica : Chinch !School! ... .,4.. 0:45: : AMV.oiship 1. 1 can ((8/4or T ounces) tuna tablespoon copers, I lumen' ) of dier liunlul I ulllIt'r. rScotfy
II rhone 2bt 3S07() b.ni.e: .... 11::00 AM vegetable;: oil optional
ROUND 1000: ..m. Sunday School) uulh M.tings, "..... I):00)() f.MUiuiili li cup each diced eliry, 1 teaspoon minced onion !'hark. low It : spikes ./,1:11';: ovrn: Trailer SalesT.
diced seldom I rxdHiU III' tulildei [
ti:00( a.m ?..... Morning Service School ... 7aO: 1 1'\1.: cantaloupe and I. Icispoon ginger ,
> sliced grapl'l"i 3 tablespoons majonnnlse 'r pnnidnllim or al)' Iter I /.! E, Friday Evening 7:JO p.m ittr I I
J:30 p.1).. ..._ .- Evening Service Ml )IOI.IALIFtHomST Combine drained tuna and remaining! inRrrdienls Reserve oil i of the legal hunks In the hud, I tl
Prayer meeting Wednesday for': cookme purposes Park; tuna mixture into a 2 cup measure j Karlav attributed the hurenieIn C. Adkini :
lhif ask, of I :
your '7'SO Inveit on bed of shredded 1 lettuce, Oainisli with I avoiado slues deer population ti mich fictonii
w I '
p II I ;Nilnon 1 l\lo.r. Pastor and orange sections. YIELD: :2 to 3servings. hnl it. 2111 Ik'lvodere! Avenue !Phone 261-3171 :
- -- -- ----I I 9:45 a.m, .............. Sunday School icrcwwnrm >
1 11 :OH u.in, .... !Morning Worship at Improverm end II decllni In FERN.INOINA I1EACH FLA. :
----- -- ----- the amount of round Illegal I
.. ,I:15 |"m. ..? m.' Supper & Pro I : : : vrar :
tl hunting I Aicmllntf: \ to the icpnrt N
//lrllmll I Auditorium Coliieum nr ticket orfice lime before caih pirfoim-inec. there li nl the present 11m1101! I nm harp to have Lees named,! dealer for Mallard In
Tickets be reserved' In Kunamlliia II ::
: Fresh Stock :'Id: pm. ._ Evening Worship In downtown Hemming Pi k : may "I ieslltnnlyd' avctngn! or about one

-ittt -Ct Reserved seats will be avalliblc Biitn ntvins' Dm) \ 'dltiter* I err W niroi in nil the imnDM this nrca: mid) to offot you thN .line rf fine tiailers.r ) :

CM\\K\: flM'TIST CHIRCI1Hiilo : at the box offiec right up to show' Stare on Athnlie Avenue mint aien The pnpul' ill"n rn
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Sihuol .. .... ..... 10 AM ..

limning Worship ............ 11 AM .N..
r Evening Service .... ..... 7 30 TM .. N1tr
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I 1:10:: p.m. ........... Tramlnr Union Y a ..
:to pm '.. Evening Wurnhii I .w.

I Garden! Supplies I Vrlitmdiy|1..1:1.> ; prnjtr: service; 7:3C: :; 1 1ggg ....

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II am ... Moinlnr; Service: ; ...
. 1.1: 15;; p.m. Wednesday, VLB, S.r- 4 rLI
Atlantic Avenue I Men for young jicupleft ..

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7'10' pm, ft .iiF'Irte: Service 1vJ /

Thursday marl: ... 7'10 rim.
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f Whether you need money to pay Morning, W'mirehlp .. ... .. I Ham I (y.1 '

fvoiilnirVnr: 'h'i'| ..... ........ 7 p m ...
2:! a few bills or a fistful, the cash \\.IIII'.J.\, Service: .. 7pm, ,4j.''' 'a t' tl- SI ..
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Union .... ....... 6:15 PM

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t'aije Ten News-Leuder, Fernandina Beach, Floiida Thursday, March 5, 1DC4

P' Benefit I came- to America from Hungary Close Games Mark Play In Women's BasketballBY

I r! .Game. March 17; Ford Cobra Coils P2PIMIEY and money hungry.

I i, For New Strike I haven't And t up hinted to now If the they archaeloglRts know who CURT CORDON

.,Proceedsto: 'Hope' I 17'ttftf.tIJ.. the long /gone and loaded lady was. Close games again marked basketball
action In the Women'sBasketball
I However, from what li ,known
M BV CURT GORDON iAt Ferraris league, as Hardee's
i the lads with their shovel may
-. -, ly IRS ,INNIVA have found skeleton la ;J'' edged Stevena, 25.24, In the nightcap -
a jdama'sfamily
Tho Fernandina Beach Seahorsesbasketball of a twin bill with the Yulee
M; tc.fef jw hlch hat been I SEBR1MG FLORIDA: Straight group of archaeologist digging .I closet. Merchants edging the KAC, 47.45.
playing baskerba&jai; Jackson from the world.famed snake.pit ( up a burled city north of Jer Evidence Indicates the bays(] may The Merchants took a 12-7 first
vlllc City end Commercial Leagues I'' at Venice, California home of the usalem uncovered the skeleton of a have uncovered evidence, proving quarter lead over KAC and increased
during the past season, will play famed Shelby Cobra racing ear, female wearing, a fortune In precious that the Zata Gabon family goo) the lead to 34.21 at the
.. -JliC Old Southern Foods Basketball comes word of an all new prototype I jewelsThe back at least 50 centuries;'.,. half. KAC outscored the Merchants
;ICarn of the Jacksonville Clly Lea. road racing car ready and amazing' part Is that the lady I.7 In the third quarter and 18-6
_..Ii""" In benefit ball fame here walling to strike back at Ferrari I has been dead about 9000 years. | In the final to bring the score to
'M :(lie ship Hope, with all proceed fury with added speed; and females In England trare their IT, Pam Davis scored 31 point to n
I' .jrom the game going to this pio. durability I for the famed. interns.llonal families back to King Arthur and I THROUGH THE lead the Merchants In scoring with hkri
y 12 HOUR[ ENDURANCERACE Americans brag about anernlursl I Sharon Groover scoring 12 and
Old Southern Foods team Is here Saturday March 21st I I coming here on the Mayflower I WANT ADS Sharon Conner scoring 4.
starting at 10 A.M. I So fir Marcia scored 14. Linda _
loaded with former college basketball Mama haunt I ] Hamilton
standout which are headed by Recent tests over tne longest| more than she and her; daughters: : I I Evans 12 Carolyn Knight 12, + ae r i
former All-American Roger Stride- auto road racing course In the I -.- and Rhonda Guest 7 to account for
I' land Strickland played hit high United l States, here at Sebrlng, the KAC points.
ichoul basketball for Bishop KennyIn have unofllclally broken the fa t. I Bootsy Robinson Ann Poacher
Jacksonville and won I scholar eat t lap times sit by any car In the and Judy Bennett did the defensive

ship lo Notre Dame but decided to 1963 classic, i work for KACLannette .
return to Jacksonville University Designed with but one thought In Skipper, Linda Jones,
1 after playing his freshman year al mind Carroll Shelby producer of I Karen Groover and Lola Groover r i,4i
J."t 9tre> Dame. SlrlekSand had a tremcndous the famed Ford powered Cobra a 1 were the guards for the Merchant.
career at JU where he will be setting his sight on the I Hardee's edged Stevens In a I M
was picked as an American glory and fame that only a win at y close 25.24 score In the nlfthtcap
".: ..rZIS| >lCllal1( i player Eddie| Cone and the SEBRIMG: 12 HOUR ENDURANCE '/0. I with Judy Evans scoring 10 ElaiNe tk' !
Jim Maroskl, along with Jim Rep- RACE can bring, Minton t, Taunce Smith S and Elite
I ; Rice 1 for Hardeei j' "
are olher former JU players OLD WATCH
per Twelve hours of tortuous flat out 1 .,
: along with Strickland Jim i Nina Jean Murphy scored 9, '
road racing, with only the roar of ,
I WORTH Wilma Carter 6, Elsie Brown (, Gay
.. Tom Richardson, former Florida the big bore engine as a guide, IS
Is member of the Adami I and Patsy Jones 1 for
State player a
tills all
new roadster
,.,.tram and James Carter of Missis.r may well vet new 100.(no() MP1I average ( Stevens'. I "
out the team Thelma Howard, Mary Futch and
rippl Southern rounds
speed laps $ ,1._,....!
June Roland did the defensive
.to play here for Old Southern $2500ON
_Herb White Seahorses will have auto Ted Wcbbe columlst, famed New and Jersey writer work for Hardee's with Juanita THE YULEE 1\IERCIIASTS'\ TEAM: one of four participating r member lcann :of (heWomen's
sports : Knight Virginia Brewer and Linda reioid of win lopped only bvth'Jfinindma
; such players as Glenn Kitchens will be on hand to coordinate the work Basketball! League has made a -
Groover the defensive
I r01cy King, John Harrison and running commentary for the! working A NEW MlfI for Stevens'doing. Reach Hardee llros. team. Pictured ffl to tight are: Irtrht/ ro Paulette Itll\\f! .

Wayne Tiner from Fernandina press as well as personal Thursday night the games will Sharon Cooner. Sharen Groo\er karen Grower, bnck row, Janiie'l! I'erryman ::1)1111;

I ?. fiaach high along wllh Arthur Renr'Mrew driver and manufacturer Interviews I WC ha played at Yulee with Stevens Skipper, !I'iim ))a nls! Lois! Crooner, and Lin'n Jones, !
Bud Lewis Don _
t ,
for week, March lOlh -
I battling KAC In the opener while .
: John Plechnt who are now BULOVAWe ( .
through 21st. ;
I'ardce the Merchants In
a :ICtrnandlna: residents Alan Kirk,
a. tjrtlahan Coach who Is averaging With most reserved areas Pi- the second game.LEAGUE VA I tlts!
for : ready sold out speclators planning !: STANDINGS/ .
:,,, over thirty point per game I
.... the Seahorse: Ralph Finer Jack on attending the 1964 SFR. Hardens 4 0 Veterans
have selected of 25
"lonvllle University basketball star: RING 12 HOUR ENDURANCERACE a group new Stevens 2 2

::J Charlie Scott, former star from for the famed Alitalia Air- Merchants 2 2
watches from stock offer
line our large to on
... Tennessee; Teddy Copeland, former Trophy should write or call KAC 04 Insurance
I now to: ARCF, P, 0 Box 719,
*: Andrew Jackson and Florida State this Trade in watch sale. We will
Sebrlng Florida (EVergreen
.J basketball player and Tommy Alllson An attractive mina at the counter St Petersburg

+. former Milliard and now out. J-7354.1 for reservations be glad for you to have a budget account. thoughtfully sniffed an expensive Dixon, director ;
J"janiilng! on the Jacksonville Univ.mlly bottle of perfume Finally she partment of '
team, will be players to addlength at seven o'clock for the evening sighed( and handed the salesgirl veterans who
with the main attraction getting her with the comment: i '
: money don
t forget
to the Seahorse team
I underway at 815: bachelor that '
p.m. He s so happy as a surance
: Zlfontatlve plant are to have a I almost hate to do It to him"
Donations at the door will be one I of
New wives
I.rglrli:. game ai a. preliminary game dollar for adults with students get. COMPLETE JEWELRY STORE (From the Hawkeye Hunter Des' husbands
which will get activities underway! ting in for fifty centi donation I I Moines I Iowa) I your
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$10000 Dixon :
J u waw pay Insurance
w.; .... beneficiary as
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Cellulose is one of man's most useful raw What's new in Florida and Georgia? is not, for the \\ 1 : ....!
pen even a
materials and you consume enormous quan Just to keep pace with world demand for cause serious d 1 (( )

J tities of it Cellulose Is Rayomcr's business cellulose Rayonier is embarked on another the through eye the can c>' I a 3

I Here in the Southeast.fort'Xampleweaccount big expansion program A good deal of money the with retina sufficient,' \ .....'.'

: for over 20% of U.S. output of this versatile is earmarked for work at Jesup and Fernan ins! of f the ret '

/, product dina Beach just to keep the company in strong IIIR I Inuliicss or !!, ; ; i
: separation of
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Who uses cellulose? adhere to the I "'-"+;

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used to make thousands of miles of fabrics and Take away the Rayonier cellulose? a atmn repair, involves Due f ? !' .wOII

..=:: millions of tons of tire cord cellophane, sausage You could! almost as easily take away those t ny needles t, !I \ I / l i)
coats of the I !ilh
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the Health Club Room, day and News-Lender t Fernnmlma, flench Florida t Thursday, March 5, 1961 Pare Eleven
News From __. __ __
\ evening -* -
'..,,... Atlantic Avenue Playground sup. I High School Echoes. I I r-,

irvlstd play 3:30-5.30: p.m.. Dun Fun Club News
The Rec Center Nonncy, Instr. BY NED TYSON eBY

I FRIDAY, MIRCII 61 hBeginners Hello, The Seniors would like to hank( I
Sewing Class In the Tseason he Pirates ended (the basketball I I lie parents who gave them the 3ttItNSONn '
\ BY rveonnc ) the A
n\. SANDY DtSANDROT1URSDAY I Coim'rente Moons at 9.10: am by pnrlldpniing) Irt the'lovely Senior Party Saturday night Ramos and, dnnus Mr (DiSamlrotauehl 0o ri t/

a MARCH 5th, anile Ovens, Inslr Miry Harrison, Home Dimcmilra Group 3 Class A Basketball Tour. It was given at the Woman Club, us hlRtrl.k One of the

Bcglnneri' Sewing! Class In the Advanced ballet Clear In the Audltorium lion Agent( InstruUorBcRimiuY nament at Green Cove hpringi: The I from It The dress was Sunday games win' Give" whhhvr hove L WITh ,
I Sewing tins: In the I dress All of the who
Seniors at.
Conference hot
Riom at 930 am. at 4:00: p m Julannc earn played played btfoip We veil glad thai
Conleicnrv Room at 1:30 p.m.. tended had wonderful time and
Mary Hairlson, nd I'uld. Theyenthetirst
Home Demonstration Owens InslrRehearsal I Mr. n"Sa'iH"n lit us pity It again
Mary Harrison, Home Ikimmstra said that the Woman Club had
Agent, Instructor I "" '
for FERNANDINA \\o wish' tlinl/
I lion Agent, Instructor c never lx' >ked bell cr. !Music for the Move into
Playschocl In BALLET In the Auditorium 5.00 : :ame over Or. : II the 51h and '
the Game Roomat at ...
Sill and 6th grade Fun Club In the 42.' parly vas provided by "The Con.IIlIclIl.d. s \
9:30: a m.? Carolyn Vlzearjomlo, I p.m., Julanne Owens InstrScoutmasters' Auditorium at 3:30: p.mGill 16.mgc led by Ronnielapp' ." from Jacksonville : 1 huh graders would \r ,
adult leader dim on out In
Ronndtable In the that '
I Stout Class In the long
Ceramics .
19 maik.n The Future !Nurses of FHIIS t
Special Double Session Bullet In ''Conference Room at 7:30: p.m. I Art R'ttm at 313: p.m.. Hank .. ., 5 i but In rtke served for the Woman Hospital nisi ho lute it.
the Auditorium at 10.00 a.m., Jnl- Men and Boys' Health Club In I, aides. Inslr : emi!.final game, Auxiliary luncheon Tuesday, The J 1 ilme lo learn to awaitedhorns

Sub Teen Club In the Game Room I dew a first jtialf Hats Off uncheon' In l an nnnua 'I '. !tore dame and
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at 7:13: p.m.Jaycee : r cad to bun| |*, affair and the Future Nurses look I k wM many new' MMtI

Sports Car rcKMrallnn: In a'"....".., u.-*> iVe won the ton.aviation lorward to participating each year ric'nrts. of -
tie Conlennce Rain at 7:13: p.m. game Saturday nigh by That'i all for this week! This In whit

Men and Btys Ikalili Club in : defenling St. Augustine: B7-39 d Mk I| I ,. .1 .5', v tog h,id to say/ !
the Health( Club Room, day and Ronnie Snpp s 19 points and Mike Too Late | /about the him Club: your own

The evening treks 17 pacing the winners I| JUDY ALI>.\Y' "I 1 think UK n utrem'gnnizatioo I II Your dream of a home of your own can come gloriously
Keystone Hotel SATtllDAl. MARCH 7th, Seniors participating In their last I .. I
and I like I:11': R.into* true :-oO\\: ) '! A low tost Home Loan ft6m ustaks
Richard To -
Ceramics Pouring Class In the I basketball game were Classify I TILTON!; 1IA1II: "1 |like, tin deuces
Art Rent at 9:00: a m. )Hank Sides. Supp, Ted Stcmr: and Sieve Bee. and Iho Minus.". care: of the financing. Terms arranged! to
In lr.I llo.ett. The Pirates closed the seapn I
I IIY RUSSELL KAY : DEBBY: AD'vlNS! : : "I t like tin suit jour 11I1'ol11l'lFernandina)
Thcnlrp 6.M) In the i with a 13.9 moid
I Puppet cages I (learn tplrlt and I thank Mr. DCSundio "
Club Room at 10:30: a.m., Faith Football squad began The average person considers for Il'llI'hlllll "
( Brlilnn, InstrPu I II l'P prittice Monday In preparation I key West the southern limit of us Federal
I TIM D :I.Cl1lm. 'I I like the fun
:.Ht: Tlioatie laws: NOW OPEN I -- -- ---- -- ---- full This practice will give Cuat'lll I< of the state' miles
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PROC.KAM 011 Hlinu\ MVItOI
i I Henncr a chance to plan his pro. I further west to Diy Savings & Loan Assn.
..Lrw .. I ICooper's ,, Cram for next MUSOII and an Tcirtugai a group of coral Islands, 61 h: ,
pirtunlly for players. to (' OP.I'II given their name by Ponce de : Ice Huakir' Uh: \:\/ ll'I/) \:/: ..
,..,., ,, Laundry lor pobitions, Approximately I Leon Grand Miuh I 202 Atlantic Avenue
.. ,, hays wire present at the first ae"1' It was In .'Iorlda'all'rl near GIG Country.GIQ Oreli! Dunn Kid A.
"" Coin-Operated slon the Dry Tortugas that the United -a.L. _
10 minute breuk
: Kkhaid Sipp was the stale winner Slates Coast Guard recently cup-
Group) (ianie ,\U1O TlilP Classified Quick Results
RATES Laundry and Dry of a contest sponsored by the lured the Cuban flslilng vessels Western Square' DJIIII IfA Ad For _

CleaningMrs. Stale Committee on Employment and brought: them to Key West ... -- -- -
of the Handicapped" Richard essay where they were turned over lo
onbilitv: Counts' won him Florida authorities for trial.
Doris Howard
BY DAY WEEK MONTH ; Manager an l'XI'\'IIS.pllld trip lo Although seldom visited by tourIsts "_ r .; L l: :IISJ? :.'" .1..rJ.t: .; ;)" D.. :..;';;j::;' ': "4.:+a '
Ion for tIe spring mi' due to lack of transportation. r

llth & Beech Streets riesidints Committee as waShlnll'l .'t. Jefferson Florida Is locatedIn 'j 3
a trip lo Tallahassee for the Dry Torlugas and Ii nper VOW

__ _____ ___ _n__ irptancc of his award aced today as a National Monunient d DOES j.
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'ernor Bryant Nice going Richard! by the United States Department STUTTER, .i
I' Tho Spanish Club Is sponsorlnia of the Interior Ft Jeffersonwas !. ENGINE
car: wash at the Recreation Cen. planned as a military base In FALTERs ; ,
.. I ur, Saturday, Meets 7, from 9 tit defense ol the American continent: JERK,
DAILY SPECIAL 3. White.walled; cars will be washed and the gigantic/ fortifications were STALL?
for $1.2j and plain cars: will be Intended to rival Gibraltar, The OR
washed for a $1 00, fort, built at a coat of fill million,
Lunch. 97 c Dinner 1.1 was begun In 1B46 and was 30 GET A TUNE-UP:

Iho Club Room at 11:30: a.m., Faith years In the building Today It lathe
largest brick building In the
Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked I ilrltton Spanish, Instr Club: Car Wash In the Western Hemisphere

Parking Area Used by the Federal !government Only

I Teen Club In the Game Room al at a military prison during!
Deviled Crabs A SpecialtyOUR 7::JO pm the period of and following the

Men and Boys' Health Club In Civil War, It was here that Dr *

SECRET RECIPE Ilhe Health Club Room, day and Samuel A Mudd, who set the leg r
extnlng of the assassin John Wilkes Booth
SUNDAY.: MARCH 8th following the assassination of ,?

Home Made ChiliFAST Lutheran Church Meeting In the President Lincoln, was Imprison R66' J I''

'Conference Rwm at 11:00: 1.m. cdIt
MONDAY; MlRdl' 9th. has been established beyond car

COURTEOUS SERVICE rcen Ballet and Toe Class In theAiiditcnium any reasonable doubt that Dr olll"t| J
: at 330 p.m., Julannc Mudd was Innocent, for he dii! car
Owens, Insir.ilegmnere' mil knew at the time he treated"
Ballet Class: In the Booth that he was aiding the man
'Parts extra If needed
killed Lincoln However, the'
Golden Sands Restaurant Auditorium at 4.30 p.m., Julannc who
Owens InslrCeramics desire far revenue was so strong
....- Class: (ages 9,11)) In the at the time that Mudd was charged '
ON THE OCEANFRONT I Ceramics Room' at 3.30 p.m., Hank with aiding and abetting and
"Sides, Instr although a citizen of Maryland he WE DO ALL THIS. .
I Jaycees In the Conference Room was tried by a military court In ,I
t Washington D. C. and escaped :
-- at Boa p m
I Adult and Teens Ceramics In the hinging to by life one Imprisonment vote but was sentenced and. I i O Clean and adjust Check coil and

Ceramics Room at 7:30: p m Hank
I' I sent to Ft. Jefferson spark plugs condenser
SIde. Instr I
Island Squares Club In the Auditorium During the Yellow Fever epidemic
the death of the
I Historical at 7:30:Society p.m. In the Game fort physician at the Federal Prison I @ Clean and O Check generator

OF FLORIDA'S CROWN Dr. Mudd volunteered to do
JEWEL I I Room Men at and 8.00 Boys p.m', Health Club Ii what he could lo help and his set points and voltage

BEACHES I the Health Club Room day and work saved many lives He fever himself !' regulator
( evening became a victim of the f O Set timing
but he recovered and was later
Directory Furnished By These MerchAnts and Business Men I Atlantic Avenue Playground sup pardoned by President Johnson, I
ervlscd ploy 330530: : pm. Don Q Adjust carburetorCheck\ battery
I The expression 'his name was ,
Vanney InstrrUSDtV .
Mudd" Ii based upon the exper. .t.r
George's Suburban I : MARCH 10h.Playschool ( fence of this kindly din'tor whose
I in the dame Ronm life was wrecked and his heartbroken I
Machine T I IDE S Propane Gas Co. at 9 30 a.m., Carolyn Vizcarronclo, because he Innocently'

Shop I adult leader practiced his profession :In the r
SERVING ALL I Special Double Session Ballet In service I of his follow man. the victim I !, ''
2 N. FRONT ST. at JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN the Auditorium at 10:00:: a.m. of the unreasonable hate of CAR nr

Machine Work LP GAS AND Home Demonstration Club In the an Inflamed nation seeking revenge ft SAFETY.
Fir Conference Room at 10.00 a.m.
Add 3Mlaut.a GAS APPLIANCES! I _
Welding Brazing I Tap Class In the Auditorium at
Mudd fully
was never exoner.Isled. I
Marine Fersandisa Harbor 7 South 7th S t. 3.30 p.m., Julannc Owens, Inslr, His pardon was based on his
.. I Repairs Phone 2f11. t661 I Intermediate! Ballet Class In the humanitarian services during the I
Special Service To HIGH LOW Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne : Yellow Fever epidemic Relatives I

: Shrimp Trawlers H K I N G Owens InstrBarbcrshoppers. have ,gathered a mountain of f facts I
.- -An Work GuaranteedFriday., March 6 : In the Conference that show his Innocence In rccognltlon J
I Room at 8:00:: pm. of these facts' ,1I
: Open 8 am to 5 p.m. 1:3-1: I am. 8:14: a.m PHOTO SHOP : Paining for Leisure In the ClubRoom In 1959 a resolution passed by

: Monday Thru Saturday 1:46: p.m. 8:22: p.m. Rilli (.roPllllinjf at 7:30: p.m. the Congress paid tribute to Dr I
t. Phone Day 211.3711 Oevelolllnil & Printing I Men and Boys Health Club lathe Mudd and recounted his unselfish I I
Saturday t March 7 Health Club Room, day and
: Night ZII-SUS Kodak Film service but made no mention ofI

2:10:: a.m. 9:12: am. P"mt Supplies I evening ill guilt or Innocence of the former I t
Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup.ervised I
+ 2:4&: p.m 9:19: p.m "nvle.Cnlorct. & Regular play, 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don charge.The resolution was sponsored by
Sunday March 8 wedding" i : t portraits by Appointment Only I WEDNESDAY; : MARCH llth Dante reseed of Florida, and U
"Porcelainize" :3:32: lI.m ]0:09: a.m. tll"lfI At 5o.t Ash St. Ceramics Class (ages 12.14)) In was signed by President Elsen- I

3:47: p.m. 10:16: p.m. Phone 251-4586 I the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m. hOll'er.
Hank Sides Instr, The United Slates Departmentof
LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Monday, !March 9 Adult Ceramics: / Class In the Cer the Interior In recognition of

LONGER TItAN Rnwlandaso I Mimes) Room at 7:30: (Hank erected a
p.m. service
ORDINARY WAX JOB 4:31: lI.m. 11:0:1: : a.m I Suits, Instr Dr. Muilds at Ft Jefferson, authorizedby W, L DU BOSE. MASTER MECHANIC W AN EXPERT IN THE': USE OF OUR

s, '" 4-16: p.m. 11:10: p.m UPHOLSTERY I Private Party In the Conference plaque the Congress and In Its Iltcra- MODERN AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT

'. $ LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesday, March ]10 1 1)0 VOI:! NEED Rem at 7.30 pm. lure descriptive of M Jefferson
.M NEW COvri 4 na RErala Men and Boys' Health Club In National Monument states. "Dr.
CO. 1, :?!5 a.m. 11:52: am YI'RNa'rfaEcITu To vm'R' 'he Health Club Room, day an'1' Mudd, knowing nothing of Prl' l.

/: ; S. Ith St. Ph 261.389] 5:39:: p.m ]2:01: a.m. !NEW R"TR. COVERS I I evening Avenue dent Lincoln assassination had Tir' ..tOII NEW TREADSAPPLIED
Atlantic Playground
sup Wilkes
rem c" set the broken leg of John
Wednetdaylurch! H ; crvlsed play 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don Booth. The Innocent physician was ON SOUND TIRE BOOKS OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

Rn: a.m. 12:38: a.m FREE ESTIMATES : t:nnev. III tr. convicted of conspiracy and sen.

GOing Fishing? 6:26: p.m, We Pick Up and Deliver ITlfl'RSO.\V, MARCH 12th tented to life Imprisonment at WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE
In the Game Room at hard labor," For nearly a hundred Narrow or Wide Design,

Thursday, :March ]12 Ci 9.TO a m.. Carolyn Vl/tarrondo :years the descendants of Dr. Mudd Tubeleii, .r Tubt-typ.
ViRlt ty" For Porter Contractors adult leader. hive been gathering facts and 4 for
e1 Complete" Une or RM: a.m. Lt: a.m. General" 1 Beginners Sewing Class In tho fighting to clear his name fully __ ffiaransBBBBsTOItfilflM akUiaitagg .

J Fishing Tackle 7:12: p.m. 1:22: p.m. l'f1I.TIF.S: Conference Room at R 30 a m.. and completely Our Nn Trttdt. UmltM *y Mtiallion/ and chop mark tnOUAMANTBID
"R, Reels' WnODWnnKINGOutdnor Mary Harrison Home Derm Mira.
Rod Friday, March 13 ............, __ ,
P1.4STI(' SI'RFACING hive, mint. Instructor I. AnlM fcfote ) M I. Airhf flf.., ....
Cllmplnc. "O" 81'T'' CABINETS Aclvac>d Ballet and Toe Class MICKEY FINN f'tif1 'omul i"4 a.rd., (a..nx.nMlnM' -) HM.. 14 4949
4u., : a.m. 1.3-1: a.m. Cl' V'* ** *.e,4, MHIWOT nr f. l. mjpikJT _
Equipment KITe''''':>: AND 8TII in the Auditorium at 3.30 p.m. l.nk Lsonerd su.=ad1WM M 5,4 Me sad ... .. .. -a
7:56 2:04:
: p m p.m. D Julanne Ours. Instr.
FIR I EST 0 N E Complete Showroom Rehearsal for FRVAMM NOW aQ/f) rryeWWNArrrWt IR/aer Ml.rAA'aA .,_,- i'o, ; ; i-i-". 1-i.-.i-ii fi''i j, Plus tan and 4 trld..ln Heel

REACH SUPPLY Tld. c""D For Color Coordination \LItT In the Auditorium at S.00 J1IrYUNA1lANro
CHit O.odlUo lu"", p.m Julannc Owens. Instr. I r cAVCr/ FREE CAR SAFETY CHECK !
lIS Atlantic' M. m.uu Phone 261-3068
Senior Citizens Club In the Con.
fcrc'nee Room at 7:1: pm.
I Hemeroeallis! Gnrdin Club In the
v WANTIDIAloootge
Club Room at 8 00
FUN IN THE SUN Parent Youth League pm.In the Au. I / '/ lpA Ti rttont BEACH SUPPLY

\l:: I dilorlum at t 00 p m, UNTD( J
AT FERNANDINA BEACH Men and Buys Health Club in I STATES
She Health Club Room day and IOND
SWIMMING I evening
Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. I Icrvlsed Gn 118 Atlantic Avenue Phono 261-4482

GOLFING ASH JUST PLAIN "LlVIN' to Ij I play 3:30.5.30: p.m., Don, I

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POLITICAL 1 Junior {High- ;ghts

: ctn'nie Into I 1 Clip mayonnaise!.

I j I line .m a UPI lti{. ANNOUNCEMENTSI [ A CAPTO! [ lETTE ] '' ,

I 'f:ils, say filed specialists of the -1 J BY CAROLYN BREEDEN

I IDy : : J S. DuiirlDicnl ci Agriculture. I faa

SOY IkeIa memeker : !la j 11-1 I one o, loi many menu t tricks 1 John I.IIY' Barrow SHERIFFI ta hereby da t nv Jl:;!tRY >:()cr\ :Irlle! Bran, Bert Aiialln Wlcy Done,

'' JCJ can pc-fiim, with frozen cm clue mvHll end mv eeivlcei to be The Jr' High Band presented a lai, Gary !Murray, and Jim Burns
j 0Ih.* dl poial of U,. I /Flrst( *( Iwo pa-U) 1"83 srme ? J02 were pot: on notal'rn '
I Lca.rated I iraue: juice, food C rlntlirv!, I "rwell' concert )lOU riY at third The Gators: Fletcher Shurlcy
iei I |>.. pi. (.1 rtaeiim Count I, Wertoreaneeann TALLAHASSEE Fl rida a : by fie! crttrts and In I 1163
; (: led. A cornet aria
ft tKrvt M fail, 11I fir simc Ides/ on dcccrallpa!/ I souse in Hit gamma Dtmncritlc prl( I Parole Commission baa b"cn i'nyer time 2 :fill: an In'rcssj of 389. br; 'Master JiTi Barns," and ho 'Ro'e. Tom Freeman, Billy Goss,
Mrs N Harrison may, for tile beets orilc4. of Sherl/rol! \ fire from several dlrcctbnim Ii 'Is Walnwrlsht head of the
Mcry I and talacU. .
''J'r: d'\d'la I .iouiu ounty, lurkli' I did a fabulous ]j.b! Leroy Duren, Jimmy SaundersonJra ,
I Tint Cuc .i Lain ct late and may be In f-r wore DUsl"n: 1 rf C'rrtftlors, cmnlanfd ,
hose Tj n alt; aegaR, randy willing and able to Uk The Inter-riural! Smith, and Mike Jones
F, Home Demonstration t Agent I I I bienJ 1 tesspuaa: milk wlik/ a I my place lit ud to woe my rtiponiljiMy 1rgmiuUolt, : by Un 19ij) Leg!slaiuie of ov>".lll n on tie: part of the basketball The Wildcats: Robert Johnncn,
eurCJUMT I have
urtp; cr two of dcsred: food !' :. Frr (Carr, a drop ot pepper'niiil rtc a. The crmm'sslnn! a near-auto- lie'Tmlnita! re'dcnecaThe( Indc. : 'irtn Bcfkh'm. Stewart Pikula Lee
aM.aa.ra..w. arrwrtrrwrrrrr... ,-. almond A true liarttt: K nj I ragkateR a :hotniKia' body haa beet criticized terminate Sentence would be ones laycd 7t I per'rd -
vanlli: or txractiiiuy mot), la-dar a Uaulupo ohlef. A Uu3ifkilll TIle ttamlani Key Jcry Snead, Frank Littles,
WI'h' Lent pore: and E.,'cr J J.pt Dash pcp:,'r niko be sdJI d. Place fi cup Is like'" a knlgi.l /In a,.Inmg .r" ,!' by the staff aide nf tcabinet 'eas' six rrrnths to 11 years. (ire, Id.- *t ;cky Da:'ghetty, Wayne Ryals

around the corner our tVi'Mi;:! i curs ml k i IlIlIk.J or line Ira ed bag.Pci'i J''" mOl It Is thai honor, It 'la that dignity ''mnnbcri and reprimanded by tJ! Wamrlght, and ethers I charge! I 4 a rail, 1st, ci: ; : and Shcrald W.tklnl. .

turn to toodi Here are sime sea I Chopped parsley: 'I Irt jar or a sandwich ,# thai I. John Guy Barrow am State Cabinet Pardon Board for the commission declines to set 1 n d Pirates, I The Dramatic Club met Tuesday
Intd to put Into UU high otll.d.l.rm-I'. 'III lack of minute keeping. Actlcn ICB:ences lets than the maximum i
foods In and food m/xtur '
Ideas We should Include sen Drain shrimp /And rinse wit! i milk I coloring Tliarclora, I humbly aollrlt" ". 3rd, and Bulldogs at 7th period Mrs. Walker, voice
foods In cur d'et! qul:.v often, ewe I ci!(Id valet: Cut largo/ shrimp: In I| lidding top of bag tightly closet), help) With your help\ and with ,Ood' In the Pardon Board recently except In extreme encrpenclei) I "", / 4th I Instructor, dd: a radio monologue.

dally 1)1! >1'1! fr..m a'It ur' From liilf CN k trios In f"t in; II terdrr II' w 11 I lid on Jar J iiike: < up and, I IslR't II you win olll tern elect yon ma, wcH to the- high- of stipulated minutes of the meetingsbe Marsh, chalrmin of Ih" com- '-"l!. The Bull do!!.' Ihc club will have an assembly! _

these fords we g_i I'dne: that ii Add belling water' p-l-lc undsccscinlngs 'cloun\ vigorously until well blended lice of Sheriff you ran east auurad kept nit'slen (nil year denied the' l,J? pRjBicnm' consists of next week The characters are:
needed |11 prevent f'Her Cover and crick }hr 13I In the same manner, Unit there will ba rights for the Reason for the acthn was fiat: charge, i
n.ln.\1 Davis Rcdcfftr Phil father Dene Hen.
Alday Wayne ,
: \:; wily I rula of tha \ I i Denny Rcblnson ;
Shrimp .and Grim Ban Casserole! I minutes or until potatoes are \tender I Idisajviug food coloring In 1 tea.' ta aU I llbirty and J:17o: :yt And s I on several occasions cabinet members I they Division( of Cnrrect'ons! ) Uffclman, John Cover Steve Solo Iderson I mother; Larry Lannon,

1 lb. docked! shrimp '. Add milk and shrimp; holt 'spoon water Instead of ml.kr ; economy If" you: select lit govartrnent ma to ba Sharirr.lyou reported giving orders that wait to get rid cf people and we mon, Ricky Jones, Reed Rurker, I burglar, and Patrick Leary

1 package <19 tt.) frozen I Ca slats with; parsley. Serves 6. I < I I I We regret
French style green beans' 1 r fttr HOW TO SUGAR FR03T FRUITSOR nf Nuilka County win f o Vpl. } up and) to one cabinet i said when confronted with this Wlngate 1 David Howard, Ricky:
: I and he
Your Is In the hope gels
up support Ii invited U will commis.Idlon hospital
1 can; ((10', 011, erndens Gulf Favorite LEAVES:; : A bunch of grapes or tune ba remembered Your 'Inform a- I the board ordered the c'lnrzp! Marsh said acme 42 sentences Oliver and Tummy Lehman well !
cream-of celery soup: lib, a few sprigs of huckleberry leaves non and your qutitloni. and your to provide for early rclcato '' were let by the c nimn- '
:2 tablespoons chipped parsley! 6 shrimp tomatoes, cleaned Pleated with sugar are particularly prayers will ba appreciated' I of a prisoner At the next meetIn aloe! last year statewide The rlrat .: Freddie AdmS'1 I The.1 -weeks' ends Friday, and
1 teaspoon lemon laic! 1 cup| grated cheese elegant decorations for chocolate JOHN OUT BAKKOVT *, three rmnUis Icier, the man, Wainwright and Marsh disagree naHnvf Darrell n...Wnatlcy hin.rn ,,,,Teddy.If ONorrls'lion' tests are being given like "mad"1I 1

1 grated;! eaten cakes Brush each bunch of fruit or still was not released Repo.-t on the mcthcd of release of you soon I ..
teaspoon 1 CLP cached rico I I over BLoliKk, Rcnnle Middletin, Mascnrc I
H tea) sun grated l"m'n rind I egg, bs! 'ilei lea\t'a with egg white then put In FOR SflERirrt his release awaits the text meetIng pnsrncis fcr uhem ]I''bj are av. : : I

H CUR grated cheese I leasptcn sJtDas t III sandjlrli bag with a tablespoonful fw' t'.e'hereby offlct, announra ot 8h4jrlt an a,at eandldal Muwau I which makes nine mo,it'll ; alalo:, Wnlnv.right fic"tsed( thJ :11.
Paprika :i pepper: tf gianubtid sugar Hold top County In ins coming Democratic priroom since he was ordered rce3sd. Parole! mm'aslun! I cf r jut-drag. ( lions epcnda ton ID. llirte weeks

Drain shrimp end rinse lvlh:! cA: 1 Ublcspo in melcd: fat: or oil I ot beg telilly; closed and shake bag In ,ntrarlng myialf as a candidate (The pardrn board meets! cloy gang, Hi said I U taken fraro 30 to I priessnig, : '' piloincrah3 have. People Do Read EnD

water. Cock green beans a:cordijjto ',4 i.. p dry breed crumbs i.p end down once or twice to diaI for this Important offlea I do to 11 ILIII three months). 43 days for an applicant I Im ret ; found jabee'"We're I The Smallest: |Ads
I tribute! Ibo sugar Remove grapes the full unJaritantllng that the alter. | The Pardon Board la made up t'eprcd and .. I not Rlilnl ti release:In.-,
dircrjlona en package oml!'ti 1,1 Erah ::: I f w jobs are Oyan.1
and! rinse ; cold I uUTImoland In ws-Leador.
i : shrimp : wall ttll offlea I will require my ( The N
leaves, shake olf dividual harm
I excess feel will
salt Drain thor.isily' : r.3'0 b"-3 I I I or sugar If altclad aa your Sheriff I ledge I of Cabinet members the govcrncr abe: for that length if: tuna, lie we so.li.ii.ty
water Cut
: In h3 r1..1.1
large a ir nip oust: : rcul w-te until ready to unit. that I Mill aarvicea fulPtln.eTo of I I ," March Insstcd: i iI
In a vuj'g:eased:! I I' I. icasscrull' I .J'> \ .. give my secretory date, attorneygeneral t said tine federal sy! cm tines fie : You Are
i Imat.u Pzm.vc ;.t 01 e tlMl .
sutures the laws fair I
bat ha and
Ccxcr will s I lia.). c 1i1. .. eell.us; tjulJ'loLi<; catC.uj.ae : : vV TV A I Inpurllul, with everjona on comp:ro'l ler and ci m- j J.b In coven la U days:; Murals I I I (Next:', Three men: will black )I
blue : HOW TO MAKE CHOCOLATE doming to the atttntlon of missioner cf' agrlcul.ure The parole retc'iL-d D[. ,
soap: pjit'cy, 1 In i j i '. Pia (hut the! liun of Cor- bags)
no; .
iiz-ic cog s< n in- Iffa office.T .. ..
onion (and lemon "tnd 1r (e/.l'' lugs, and asrlmp: Place In t..malull. : LEAVES: Ciiocsc large sturdy always keep m81.// commission, which! reccmmends I R -
shrimp Tcp wti! cistern! [';>rl; Kit C.nulne tot end leaves such as mint cr rose lea. a larvant of tin :..r.In.r: ; action on fie! part rf the
; I '
with pap'-Ua. Bake In a moderate crambi';: seen! leaving a little of stem to use will conduct the oflica.' oir an pardon board, U made up of three
I siniklo over tip cf tositutrsPlace tenet builnau man buds
oven 3i; degrees F., f r 20 2j itiln. | In n wtl''!.grots.d biking'd 'I as a handed Wash and dry leave, Uxpuera thouiandi r dollars a savings yaar I men appointed for .'!year terms /'
utcs, OP tint J tle'S3: ;) nicl.said 13'' 10 8 S Cake and arauo: { on a cookie sheet coy. I will cooperate fully/ wits lha oiitir4v presently Rajmnnd 0. Marsh, atepte44
x Inclioj. in ,
x a nlu..n' anuniica: feiltrul'.
S-rves 6. I cud with was Melt semt. I Francis Bridget Jr and Rcy W,
lightly Qrowncd moderate ivca, 3..J dcjrpfs: F fur ; paper elate and municipalities. I will nitoperate ?
? sweet chocolate bits over hot water awed traps In tots' county Russell
1 tr tr v'te CO to 40 minutes or uut..I tomatoes nor allow any to, operate under my '
Shrimp Chowder are tender Fchcs 6it Using a new water.color: brush, JurlidlctlonA The Parole Commlsslnn la at
paint the top of each leaf. with a .en. of folrnen In dealing with daggers points with tho D part-
1 lb. shrimp. cll'anedII. k'r' thick cua,Ing ol chocolate, spreadIn our tourists and haunts vliltora If wa mcnt of Corrections! (of.Ic:als ot W141,
cue chopped on!. n MPAt MACK ira to continue roialvliu our fair'
S J joist to (lie edge ot th leaf RefIterate tears of lists trade. the state i pris"n sysemi' The S
:2 tablf spoins meld! fat or oil:1 Here's hew' yun can add feet ti 111 9 : uuiil, chncolatq Is set. Insert However. all flagrant tnfflo law two agencies should work cUsdy ::: .

1 cup polling water troll 1 Iriflt salad or a Icof'tud., p:alter fie Point of a paring knife at violator' both out of/ acute. and local'. I together, because their tasks over. f TERRIFIC BUYS! ta
: wiU be and
1 cup, diced potiitcesH apprehended brvug to
; the of each leaf and peel I W
tip away juitlte Ian heavily. But YOU- get flerrnt; J
tenpoon salt Blend V4 cup oran. 1 J jute: con.FtdLkIR'Jy1t .j real chocolate leaves All be opposite the J
__ the leaf Place; I personnel will carefully stories at ends of ,
: on wax ':I'per'arid refrigerate: enforcement selected and properly trained In law hall In the Carlton Building, which !feriSwisk end R .
..MHAPPY'S I until ready to ue. Your vale and active support will houses headquarters of tie two .t{ per Ranges. )

*.p 'tt tV be sincerely appreciated I agencies.

BIRTHDAY "SWEETS": Put sweet potatoesInto H. II, (Den) McKENDREC I Here Ii aa example: The 19G3 f SELL! '
your meals for a colorful hot Legislature authorized a Parole ,

I dish with high nutritive value FOR SHERIFFThis Commission Increase which would ( ,

Thanks Folks, For Coming Sweet potatoes are good providers I.0 announce my candidacy allow lame 20 more district supervisors :EASY= TERMS Accounts Invited \:$ !
lot vitamins A, B, and C and minerals lo succeed myself as sheriff ot NaasawCounly -
To See. Happy and Me. We lubject to rules of the stay Yet fewer prisoners were
in addition to their energy Democratic primary released on parole In 1083 than I
''gll Are Interested In I believe tUlLlY tw.ntY'lour years
Providing value.
I experience In this office" qualifies me 1962. The flgJrcs, according to I
The Service Station Attention I Try both kinds of sweet potatoes to servo you In matters of law enforcement the Division of Corrections, were
and see which you like best In var. and on my. record as your 1287 In 1962 and 1,166 la 1C63. I I 36" Hardwkk
sheriff tier the six Range
Your Car Needs, Hopeto ,lous recipes the dry, mealy pecuully request past your vote mnJ: sup ran Marsh explains this In terms of !

rut:icr light-colored: ones =: or tot port. .. .
See Ycu Again Soon deeper yellow, moist!, sugary As h.1n the: past I shalt lel't: to carryon the courts putting offenders on 1"I'1r-'
/ duties of this a dtnl>
I :"yams": You cap lOOp learn to Id. fled, IIn.h: competent maniwr, probation rather than stntlmi O AutcrtCiie: 0 Qussn Sbo Oven O AuJomatlc' Lighting
i Ilo'Iy!' Ihndmon 'entity these by their shape and with fulrnais and special favorsto them to pilson Flgjrcs show ro
Mjjr. ,
hkln color 10 none. ploy I snail the moot endeavor competent al all Ui depot"ean hefty Increases lit prubail'n. In O Rol!1 0:it B cir! O Ftl! Length Storage. Compartment
Hal remember, sweet potatoes ties It la poidble to ...ur.. --- -- ---

i ESO SERVICE don't keep long In warm kitchens end I am the my Florida own National campaign: Stank treasurer In mydrperaltory 'school graduate and otto attended

so buy them In small lots. and use; br caapllanov" wilts lerwaBlsetlm i lone Hutlneia Collero'
OI&YCAUOLD 6 29 S. Rlh Street them within a few days Lows., I served, I am for marriod four years. rei.1.In lo> the en CI U nt.8Mavy \I IJrwe COME I 1 TODAY

I ,, Fur a real down-SouUl! accompaniment II. J. YOUNGBLOOD I am m-t preoently mvvlirlin; emplnved l In nipt na.I.TIu..1, ,i : ..

t i to roust pork, ham or navman Mechanic In the Muihtent.nceDepnrhnat I Ie
I'4 If YOJ: Haven't Been To See Us lately, We I ch:ikcn try glazed sweet potatoes For Supervisor at Registration of tlayonler Incotpor.lcd ,i
I Haana Roberta' and have been aa .mploaW ur tie For 4
wills Here the
cringe way "m. : rC.a .
i nounoa candidacy for the 01fcupervlsor pad 93 years.L ,
Sure Wish You Wou'dt ,
to ninke them: of Registration ol Namau ,_ have served four terms aa pra-t
1 lha May 8th Hrlmurv dent of Local' No, 7oH of Iern.tlnn_<
County iubact)
__... ... _._ .., l Sweet, Potatoes, Wltk Orange_Glaze. Brotherhood nPu'P.. Su'pe.l, I.e on '
,-- u H = -" I -urn, M jean old a veteran of 4 Paper Mill Workers. I THIS e EASTER, SPECIAL! ;
___ ---- -- yours Hilary service during. the I pledge myself! to the dulks "f ttlr YtJLEE. LA.
Koreurt War) am married ana nave 4 office an1 will ilncarev rpprecl.tc

PEAD THIS! BEFORE YOU nEPAI jV Q HOUSE caucuses.ndina;Hcuch preunlly Miniature Manage dolt the Couraaranltl rern ;., your vote and active lupprtJ I I

at III Nom tau St in Porno W. (Bally) JONE:
... .
head, and member of use '
oliu am --
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t''ere's proof that new lucite house paint outlasts ordinary FernumUiiU Memorial in 1'HI t Meinodlnl served each aa Junior Churoli President 1'quuder. of the 01Cuiinierie >, i

lutsido paints. Her of CMiimerca: aid tleacli ue.Yulee 1*it taps Ulreil twnuir I served ir .on Cham tiefernunHMM aaAreu CHEVELLE by Cl! VROLET-a great highway performer

Cnairinun of a Mute' wide Operatlun
_ Reilitrullon i : Program. a prujeil. ,
a deelRned to entourage VoUir Regl.... t+ a r
.:H'Y:': i ,''lIun.*. In 11103 1 revived. the dlallnguiahed i ?
+ Service Award and WIll
"' S'a te aeiwdsd' us toe VULA"ndlll' Yuuna. r 'a t {
'W.1I: rr 'dk"k4 ti, t+' "mss uf Jne Y..r an I nrnunuma
,11 Udll tN yI
+ M
s wna member ef tha Fcrn.ndlna
1 l Heath Parent.Temher AiouuUon itu.am .
R? +awwauyti'tca'inrJral preteuily kcrving aa. lit"' HemuChairman ,Leal' (
1 : .. ; 1 served aa an Area Ool
: !@ e:"O"/llon ma recent. tluui fauaImmunisation
I ,\ "".., ,' Program, and. am, pi."
'Y7!+1y"ar'rRYpary' IrsaiMs a a, u y rving uy t'nan-man, of thel'oWaly
N oll" ;
I f Jo Chapter lor Project"l J

pZfI'W'-, t to t t"" M to conduct the affairs _
or 1 \. 'o ''?w tt pledge aeA
'' ( \ o. rw oiiita ..-elv. .e..nu'ul'
.r .d.r.:tlrlu stnaor7tpta snaCls: +ywtlrmrriaa.rag' -c enIi ,, itally. und with the dlgmty dekervinuul
"'I ,,
every pubis silica,
S.e t If you leel thai t .posaear Die quulItlne rcMalibu4DoorSedan
uealniua of the who auouiri' duIF P
piaavelrrsarray serve In Public Office Your vole and
r't ; :: 6UIIP"rt ul my kunilluuiy wul Le
I.n. .. c greatly appreciated '

.tanewaa'.. ...ktssene enMayoewo4w4nwumt; -:ltewa.urv.nwrrwrawaa4w Malibu Su erSportCooper

I /t
I wlllll0 announce Ps U'I voters 01
J .. County (1551' 1 am a cutuielote. I e a. g t
ueaeuw7no" rtuo tv arortgnlpkaugerwtpl')' wyeywYnnrglruwRna wi M04'III. fur member of Jj..11 C.llilly torn-; }
ilailon, District J. In u.a comb,
i This Du Pont test house .7. ni.uuiidtu pilmaiiestf .
was painted in 1957 elected, I Pledge that I will enn
: tlnue to l'uL1'111' my every etfirl to
This side painted with ordinary This side with NEW DU PONT the bail Intern( ot our COU'I.1 aa a
:oil-baso white pJint. Now Commluloner .. I have alwuyi don
long over. WOTE" HOUSE PAINT Still white, .i a private citizen or eJeiiecl' offtciiuI deuwvdovvaraatrafn rse;
due for
: repainting, still, tight and going strong. feel I know the needs of our county .
through a rites. association with Its
problems. having been In bustneke al.1Yu. .w..I _
t ... since the age of Ij with. my a
father.. and also acrvlni on your rM

e "LUCITE" is as easy to use as it is durable smog H..II Inca .in board County now from serving'Hineuttim IMS a III member Cimmialon January of, _

alnre HIM
e Flows on easily, effortlessly 'tne county u large and the time la V
a Protects like a plastic shield short but I Kill' try lo ice all <.f you.
Your vole and support will be appreciated

+ e Coven almost any surface, wood, brick a Resists blistering, cracking peeling, Malibu Super Sport ConvertibU CkevelU Sod 6 Paaienger Station Wagon
: masonry stucco chalking, mildew < JAMES!: S. (Jimmy) STEVENS

Chevelle balanced performance is best !

i Dries In 1 hour to rich low luster finish Easy cleanup brushes, roller come FOR. HOSPITAL TRUSTEE
t, J W. Bully I I Jones. announce my
' clean with water cjn r'u r member a of the Hoard Passing, cornering, threading through Chevelle means performance Chevelle lets you choose P6werghde -

: f No primer needed If old paint Is In good a Lasts with stubborn weather resistance nf) N.unau of Humphreys touniv UI.N-HI Memnri.llnaptmY 1lubject aplenty-standard 120-hp Six or *, 4-speed manual' or
: shape : la_ the_ Uemoiralio Primary on traffic, sudden stops-Chevelle excels 193-hp: V8-and optional at 3-speed manual transmission.

I' r test proven durability May 1 .nn,S, U years ol age. a melon, all around I Chevrolet's new surprise extra cost a 155-bp Six a 220- Knowing how people like the

NEW DU PONT reildent of Naaaau County. a hush hp V8 a new 327cuin.. V8'! But custom touch we wrote out a

"LUCITE" HOUSE PAINT package has what it takes to meet any Chcvclle'a performance means long list of extra-cost options.

Place alternate layers ot cooked more. Chevelle's a foot shorter Knowing all this, what's keeping
f mixes new colors and Inter- For metal all-exterior tough trim fade.resistant wood or sweet potatoes and speed peeled driving challenge: : Six or V8 engines, than the big cars. And the space you from a test drivel

: DUUUX9)( Trim i Shutter EnamalGat. oranges/ In a greased baking disk, hefty brakes Full Coil suspension and Chevelle saves in size cornea oil Certainly not
fI'- You will need about :2 .
Only $8.55 I the ends, not the middle. So it your Chevrolet m a

I: I i ; ,,. $3 00 6 Multi medium a syrup sized by combinieg'-sweet puntocs a trim size that makes the most of them! ndis like you want a car to ride. fimtlmal dealer mi Nee!tmlt -

r % cup orange Jvlcot
/ tablespoon grated orapg rind THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS" Chevrolet Chevelle Chevy II CorYalr Corvette

/ H teaspoon salt\ See them at Cheirolet Sliouroom
H ctrp.. sngaf ___ _.__ ..! your.. ... !

Nassau Building & Supply Co. I 1 teaapoona cornstarch

I tablespoons melted table tat

Pour syrup over sweet potatoes: WOODWARD' MOTOR COMPANYSouth

U?l SMI!,!* Stk St, l'bQ/M./ 21l8: t 1tai at' S dF-'I'H''! f':
aUuul I hour: Bitsfe wftn !(ne syrup

,( rr e .. Tost II line Located In Pennsylvania several times during baking Six 8th Street Fernandina Beach, Florida (Phone!>> 261.3636

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-- TWO bedrooms HOUSES. One-, 3 one rotrni, 6 and rooms.bath 3 PRIVATE ROOM linlf Work I PUBLIC NOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICE j H nHnUI FishingRegulations I

WANT AD RATES Post Office. Prlvile entrance Ph2G1 .
Hurricane fenced pruiwity 300 X NOTICE ton U1D1VOrtCr tl! THE ('ot''TrOI'RT! l>. AM')
Uki pt ward .71 minimum 180 It. Barn, well md pump I .Sll>6 or 261-4341 IK : I leriby nH, .ll till t Ihtliuurd I rOK NAUIiAt' COUSTl, ILOHIIIAHLK .
of Truileea ff Itumpl, : NO DM To Bs Happy Birthday
Card nf Th.n.... KeiolutloMai S8COO.!1 iMone 261.5.78.: MJC\ OAK WOOD :' by cord or bund inoilal Hupitjl. ..lll receive bl.a reyi IN BKl tklXIL.: : OF ROUEIIT SAM-

Similar Notice e'l 10'00 AM, Malci 14. I'64, fur 11I0.1 E....
s.iAliS\ :: D electric refrlgerator For fireplace OR coikouts. P: furnlthlni of EHPSSbEit!!: I:\ DrrriirdNOTICR .

.:I prr word tl,00 minimum See at 7 South 7th St tfc 261-37:0 cr 261-3214 tfc I MLK ti laid Inmltutlin on a yearlybuilt. TO ('MlmITOItS Discussed In Jax From

Cal 26MIHG: or 2<5MR87oi1 : __ __ __ I II Detatle and anecifli* tlnna mivue To all trillion: anil all prnont hatingelalmi
I obt lined from tne office of thtAtlni or drnnnili af-ilnil luld eitl -
Harp nd li)0r') lafcty pilot dnd blower 1Sout'i SITUATION nil ctuny! niatkcJ imJ Mod with lit Vnu. inrl each nf \ou. rre hereby
1 1.h, >
-_ ._ --- : 7lh Street Ire WANTED li.* Uwrd rtacnea the ilglil ta I ,lalmi and dtmjiMi whkh you. oriillur Fresh Water Fish Cnmmlsslnn i. Forget Your Birth Month Is
reject unv of u. nmv hive the ,
y u nlnM
FROM DISPLAY JATCD tl IS d2:4IHb1'y: 0.'Iwnu.. mUte of HOI'Elf SANTFRBE lie. the! Georpe Washington HrM I I'

FOR SALE !MODEL HOVE: ARY I!l 4 i'fated. I 1..1. of Bnle del t iblf.. Pro. Jacksonville ot 8 p.m. 01 Man' Tim To Renew Your Driver's License
RELIABLE COLORED G1RI, win i for C W DinrllMt .
,' of
3 COMPLETE ROOMS inco gueher. inada. lo Ihe Hon '
discuss hunt
9. to p-orxaort anflsVu /
regular/ Job or day's wjik P'i'! W I r-m .lei. ChalrmnnBiuM j. \\eitlefrl. ('cunt/ Judge ofUM nn
ATTn \ TIVr. Furnl ur* It :appliance* nion cnnalttlnil 'I of Tru'teeaUunplrcjt I /in "u'iiv. fiunlv C,,iiiihnunevrnindlni : iTgiilollnns Hnd wllil'lfifnnrta'Sr'iiienl '"
NEWLY rennvit.ft foam rubber coveredlofi 2I11 O. ;
> upc lIj1"I ,. 11I".110.1.,1, II"'pltatt ( .It.rh.: Klorldu will,. in ammraitht ; accord" ..; .. ,
two! brdn im hnrnr1. Large H! matching chair i Hep lublre Amalchlnu -7 3PU3LIC from lie d. le of the llrilpuhiiritluf : programs -- -
cmluall table ..lib plaitlc _________ : :-! if Ihli litre. to an ammincemcM hv HeuloiinMnnaffir '
1't Woo n
2GI.3 9. reasonjjlc (crmi. Pit 'Inlsh ahtdci 2 tall .det llouutful'orator Umpi,ild mist witn lied eyilavcr HELP WANTED Each claim or denund muni he In Drantliy Gvod'inGnrd -
Ife. | I writ.ni and muit .1..1. the .. ofleilrltnre
pi re
ro,im lulle. double drea,er with lnriiiiijl NOTICE 'n said mutters In he d'riiMcrt ',
I'SCn.f: VPHICriT r-eliro-Plnnn,1; ,"'111' II'11tnr. n..I.e, .1.. ..hul. I.rao jl jlI I the claimant' and im-l pnititrirt ir.usi he*
!*"0. tin:! d J> >,e iet bed. I'M Ci'mpicte Admiral a, pe retrlfierjtaiilih iJlner.c I WANTED, R FULL belt TIME.V IJiijsiRinirul 1
Hi ZGl-30; <)i or 201 S"02. M2jc lull KlJth lrtir H tniipvrniKi'a ] 1 lol..w. nll.I.ln'l! '( h:nt'ors' t\o P ul l .II
---- In diiur and I dairy hjr. deura \. I ,, cnntrtctur. I'll ,no :loil :r'CMI\1 I Ir '..0' cretllnr thall rI.U"Ulcttnl "
--- he n"II' thermuttit. cjntr ilkd cveif, 4629 ..r.. "'''lI'nn ""It A.... Rn..nu.. rnp... of hit claim In enalilv lie biers dirlnn tie nnr'lfi, IIIIb'llr'lIt'alnll
2614122. '
T36 2i ,roll out hioler' Tlila furniture h.uncn or tfcLADY'wAVraDTbctwecn hli: Hlliand ( rarie Konornskl Cmnw Jiiflne In in ill one lo ....cllp.r."r'I In oil, I.linn to lhr litre: r YOUR KZKQY MAN IS IN TOW
un (IKpluy only Evcrytlilng new
mur,'nteoil. H.jukr pike IJl'Umw 25 a'lrJ; and lietile Kop-0'm.l IlilntUiO .I. lila ttlie, I reprencnt itlveDAJLD 1IKHMOJinA eltlier! sxx f tll' t t'it',.> regular!: .c 'nn

i! ToUCH BL\D '. only 40 years, for olfce! work. Typlnt: .v... u N"1TIAi4fa?BANK OKJACKSONVI1 and ppimllliru spoaihfl; or RlKlnof .. ::

and some bixr.kecplng A O Inc. II .rid i corner"Hin, .I E rnnpli: fisli; In fresh wntnrGomlscn Authorized Soles and Service ,
: $499 ,nd Ailai mbslr'liiili'e' nl IlirljiInr. ,
INarchouco An An" ilury A 1I..I.I./lIo'r' / nf
Scmge. : Apply In person Saturtlay i a I, n'lla" ""D'II..n. nnilTlumna the E'.I He of R ihrrt S.,mime fi rllirr itnUd (hit nlxirlnnipn 4
t. xhive, .... ind A. MIrnklice Di.reawd. nrn Hl lo aitim
down. $4 k March 7
4 1.re.r.: pjympnli : Monday, it. ,n : 13.Ie4! oel'e"r !UhlBY VACUUM CLEANERS
credit It delivery or will Match 9, bit ween 2.CO and 4'" nrfindnntaKOTICP r blb"u: ltr.ruury one or IV six m ftimlilrh .
Hold In storige nt nn chorge. ,
ho\s Lasscne Mutor Co ,\: OK O"IT n i.II. 20. 87. SI \\' are to be held In the Ni'lh' '
::): runXITunE NATIONAL 0'1' THE!!: !STATE Of rUOMIPA -_._---, east RcRlnn l He mid future hint 1 i CSSORIES'
i & \PPLMNCFS FUR'm URI': WAB 'IOI1! JI: -- tlliiln TO, O & O I 1"0.. ii F'mil"'ID corpora, & : :
"1. 3 fI.ach 8lvo1. f t. 9 3501 \\OMAtJ OH CHilL CJrc I' lion.e. In? nnil fMilnn! regttlntlon! wnitli ...
Repos'ie'tedIlrriuihol It''n ;I :: s.c. '.8. Sun : : frmulc pal lint by d..y.. 1 IhO'< 1 1Broimo n Jurph D. lerhubcr, OlD be set necortllrR to Hie iplnhn'

:fimiiy. Ir ubl j Just com 1.-. -t --- .---- St Itek'icncca\ rcitiiid| I fl C mntll: ,RonitPnrinjlleld expressed by Rp"r'an1l1n at then'picetlnRi
.!n It I. l eon iFln rf a henu'lful 1 no. 1:51'1MISCELLANEOUS\: New Jerwv; NAME LAW at long as th"y"1" A & D !KIRBY CO.r.J '. ,
U In i rjom irul In nIon e-fn makei FOR RENT You are hereby; niiifiril I that t ault' Nire| Ii hereby given tlipt Ihe underilfncd feasible and do not conflict wi'" .
hit"x;; \ <\ o''!.3 malcMng I club choir w 11 hat bti>n filed axilnut y''u, and Atl.uSubaldliilce punu.iut to "I'IctllloutNamt

loll! faam tun lorn, i dreiraloi 1 I if riarlda. Inc a Florida Rtntue" H ,uie Hill N" II7>. snund wildlife management prartlcn 1 lumpp S alep I bei: n mawim wllhirmlcl corpuratl'in and Thoiima J hnpler No I08S3 I,awi of Florida. .
:Injt cm ktjll the: in the hM APARTMENT FURVISHED Shave Jr, tnd A M t'ribtrre. Jr l l. Hill I rerl I tcr with Ihe Clerk if
room: mn-tve dniihl'* dretser with : In the above entitled cauae; and thnt tin Circuit C:urt 1 In and for Nnianu '% lied'tie nf mrTtlnre.' Is as fol
Illtlif I mirror.' 'iertio[ rirpwera ddwnitaln, 1 bedroomn private! WILL BABY SIT Cwltllan: mo'hfr you are. hircby; dnfl..lh file yourdiiuwcr C, urftv rifrlila up'>n rocflpl nl prmifof Ion*: March 8. enirlh" use. Jipir ..

en bK-:fir< .,ml)viur lea-thnm-d ij-ik ri%-itl li> illillnf in I dflno n:m eitrcnce!. Phone 201.427. tfc One child' $10 per week 2 children mid to atrve Kith Iht a copy rerk ti-eie..f Court upim Illluui puhllrnllon nane. tn.wlt of thli: notice, the tic ; March fl. GmirRe WasMmlwIliilrl. : I

exotic Sihun Illit fmvi r", 'nnd bedronii VtlFE 1\FUR\1SIIED.: 2 bedroom $t2.50. Any age.:: Ph 2615923 11.o ,.1.11'11,11., nr plulntnf a ult irneyklioie T C. lleirlng. J hher. Jatkunnvlllc, Mai'eh incourllmuse I
h.. |'vl) rmmle. iji-e" und ntliliesa, H Edllur Gulf OH I'riHucUUnder :;
4'ec'a. Kichcn Mr.c\ :; Gilnesxlllo March IIhltili
has deluxe 7 pa. d!ntrte! let with f"rmltj house large rooms, utility M. felimi 419 !.. J.uri-1 Builillng. wllih I am engngrd In. hunlneii I
tfc t.he 4 a fo"..n ladled carport (4 month ckainvle. 2. iKrldi. n.t. j.iorihal sell'it,I, Ch h'lI and, Mart!) U
VhIlIM.' A-tTilr,,I ,cfrlnu, r with prom room ZACH H DOUGLAS of Jacksonville! Mirrh It I''4. *f yiu fall Indo I am, enguKOri In hue In... nn North I'IIUl'lhll1l8r. Pirrj'; March! 1courilirusc I
lip li.c,.r, ticke. m Hi or ft d.ilrv ALSO 2 bedroom diplrx, unfur.nlshcd announces the removal of his eo ettree pro content" *.111 l be rront M. M-rnnndlnt. Fniih, UnThiil .
bjr 1 r' rnu 1\ lti oven broiler and $-15 month, with carport, law office from the entered.. an lnrt you for 111* re lef Die 01 iv piirlv Inlt'rented IIIuht lake City, j
I ..lor .gs drawpri. American u"n.d" In U e compl lnl. bunintiu cnterpili. In 'r < Ilir
utility room. Both near Terminal Heritage life Hiding (Lynch) The natuie of aulJ >uit 'lwln( for ring. J873J. IJ IK
Orijr &l7)15S3]
pike ) Bag Phono 23 3374 M5c Ihe firtLluiure nf a puriliuit, money,
to Seventh Floor Suite 734 Fltr- ,.. Florida Midwives
.\LAj\jE(; D' NI.'Yi murtiiJke encuniberli t the follo"ingdettrlbcd
't BEACiT'RENmSA'hter Ida National Bank Biilldlm 222 .. ret) propel IIYI:
All of th,He tertjln Intt or par PUBLIC NOTICE
i $26It rate For Information call West Adams Street, cs of March cell of land tl:u.,le. Mnj and being'

) W. I. McCranle!, plione 261-4642 1st 1C64 M 9p m the >'. P. gjnciri i;Irani. or .>oIn NOTICt: TO I'It"n'TOIt !):!; !;!Sei 5 Hcspiicl i
_._ Tmntllp Iwn (Hi NmUi
Ne m"nfv down M wI ,..rlt. A,1t lor n_ 'III.8: 1 iromnA ITATIIPHIV _
,lock' f iH tfc .( Eat In tie County ofnwu TIIR'
i < l r tOtRT tip1IIH tOtVTVJM'lR
PI ro LET ALC0110I\ ICS ANOVY :<. mi blule tf rlcrlilu. knuvtnirj NASI.AI' OLNtt I LOU
NATIONAL Deliveries Increnso '
fWO BCDKOOM AHf. upstair MOt'S hi,Ip wiih! your drinliIIIK tleiilinutcil: on an unie" mvmiul IUA, IV I'HOUATK. i .
di lure Wat' ., .ub"lvl..n l of "I'RAlm.' I ; Fresh!
in ei 01!cc t of i e In rm: Fltnte ofKL Absolutely
furnished All clrrlrlc kit.Clien prublim! Write Box 318: ,
3622 Plioruj' 2G1.::230:: or City or Phone Jnx: LI fi7710fLOOB LAHAN,"> prepared by lleirffe WLv I..rr..d.T. l"" 'd to ,
261.5269.Ue mhln :In P"IIIII"Unll '< retiu
\ Ktautmed Hue
t : ---- .- -- -- "oie Surveyor All rr.dllnro .nd ".roo", lIov'''''
>7: dated Fdiruirv 2. IU4I a e pyf ; I'lal.... Dr lI..non". AI.ln.1 M.." the SOOnimk In I'ul lor the llrsl :
:nEAcIrnLVD. LANDING anrt rtflnlshIng ulkn |1.1"1 la ul file In the nlicrf ........ time In lite stntc'e. mtUKc: 1ilNl,>ry I Highest1 Qualitvl
OCLAN: HIONT DUPLJX; WMH.JU Tllla mil" Ab.II'.el Lu: 'npany '
: Fliwir tllo. Paul E Hauson V". on" ..,'h n' you ..r. h..h,
J'"t. Si > .
4e-Pt ofIhe
In l f* llrcc:
r lermni'ma Oeich t rlorlda aa Miss Enid Mallilsrn, ( i r
OPEN PAI'Y Vi SU.VDAY99 I eUtlri or down furnished Fenced Phone 2111-41109. t,.. Lull n"Wlld ond r.qoll.d (0 pl..nl .n
Mumbtred Twtntyone <21iUirough '
,Imt and d./l1Ond. w ICII Vnu. 0.lIne. SI Me BoorJ if Health t Dtv'*
orwllle. Fla. M210 yard. Call 201-5047 tf< Twenty.neven I Ul f. lnclu>lvind <. I
01 '" hDve tin
m.v mnhiHt
-!SInjjrr Stunt! ';:dI-- I WASHING MACHINE RFPAIR': mote porllculirly cleacrlheU bjelea > .ot.lf 0') 1'.1.0.. WII.n" Middle. ..... Irn of rubll" Hsiltli! NurnlnR "li1 I Large Variety!
t Forest Hills on'l I uoundt at follimtlor : .C..d. I IIIle nf inld oimly, to thtnuntv till stcnrlv Incrrnfie nf npllal. tie.llverlci I
CONSOLE; MOnKLLlhe 17 loti Prices start $2150 and up any make. Sloven cleaned a point uf reference. ttirt al Judne ..I N "Hull toui.lv'ftrll by phyilcian hfi n.t'el'd! !
n\w, In perfect CDnilltlon *Krugs. Buy, Ie\!!, repair lined' furniture. the 8 ulhveil. coiner nf tuld Section '' It' hl. nftlre In the rfiirlnjfN
Acreage 81. ToHnthlp Two Moilh rUnga tlthenra Ihe need lor nililtflvni t ) Illi polnfwirre :
if till Cuunlv kl Fcrnundlniraih I
., makri biittonhnln! DOI.S: 13 Acres on Chester! Road $3SOO Ph Hosier's, Yulce 223.3294:!! tfcLOOKINGFOR t:...1: I t''W. .'1 N,ft II> t7 'II""" Fin Ida. will.In' 1111! eilrnlurinNl they dHlvrr nrly nl ',jl 4pe "
T'Jfl'VNORK!' '?. otUInil pile00! Five Points A "lTbME I- dU' W..I louh.: dl 78.I. drfreea co ul W n57 Wilt 3 f..I aulitnnce : .uhlt..lI"n" from 01 tht II la'nil n o,(.Ike tlie. r(IrMII .,irhahull cent of all bhllis In I'm: ataiu.Bnl I Peterson Packing CpTFLORIDA'S

Bnlaijce CC3.30. n &)WL I'p' pnrty Throe bedroom & don home corm 9 mrnthi fema'e) combination of 41 U lo.l, more or leuto eluhn or domand bo I Iihull In wro..nR. ',I In spll of' Hi" Inert, mo In ,

t.ke, rvcr p 'n" nU if $7 mi nth- 'r lot $i50 down, Sr'7 mi nth Includes black Coc'ter' find! 7. l.'as rj'ji-i tie Eal.loriv(JHIJ Dixie alil' .Hliihwuv of th*having DlxltHiiihwoy I ,','" .n,1,I aliito pint Ihe offlie pbctenre udilreaa I I of r..I.tliv1rvhnif I hiinll il nnd, p"iviirlnn ncrvli'r*" I

Iy. Pumo: SjS-il6mTTj'cct; :; !: Jjtk.rnvllln and icordlnj: to t..ld pint a wlilth l of WI I ni'ilwivn'! FINEST SEAFOODSAmu'i.M1 .
lusur neo taxis shut Ph 261-SatO Mie ,. and Khali be tuorn t'> IyIhe I'P S311, 'via cxieit; tlial :| .
tfc South IHIi: feet; tlienefl In 0 irlhwenUirlv rtlleillm clamant hla ugrnt ir 'ullirmynd In hlirdi ..
SOT tiling tie Ei; "'.rly biun1irynf : ; I will Rlill b? hi rliniiind ,
ForT:S'.FK"rwtTWjmT; mdP Six room home (200 down take EARN EXTRl"MONTY: In; spare Ijld rlr!..t'fw>y of laid DiKltHiehwiy file any.I hhill ruih In-rlihn void or uimand mlHO fur a nimbi of yean purtltit:ir!>' I 10 MAKIMIU'OMB: : STATION ,

'> 'er siccrlng, nJi'mstid: traniimJmloii .. up payment nf $ 7.M prr month time Ideal tar Inuscwives, mil1, !!. M and dutanie Mluwlnn of KH the ue turviIhenul leet'. III Louise' While CJillnwayInuUe In H-C-S win, 're nplils! MIl !pn I ..

radio ai'.*p
:f, end a'w thpa. .Prltrd toBill1 LOST RFI) COU<>:R "SpanfiT.; ,, '.in:frl plut. anme holnfl thtfOI.JT : ."C rla Thimitipnn Wllnin BMdle Jrtlornry dece..dA"III iilnlilo. | .

Owner ne'id fir col. I.. L. Bohannod AgrncjrU Sruth Jk'al'h. Of ElEl, IM4INII: : 1 of tne I ill \ for AlmlnlHtintrlic1M "U'I'II"i me tif tliln fin:' b. ard cwp
oil Fumlljr an.Rwers
jrprcy, pet _. .....
261-5269 or pairelt if of I ml herein conveyed -- -- -- -- -
Nort'l!! lep" rX'I'IiCeH. I'iIlIlb; 'e:!. 6Ul! or to "&rn"l" *
261.:2 2. "We s.lIelt Msllngs on Humes and 2*>l-50vl. M.ip and f' 1110..1 Inn, Uie. tuive of HieJEirUHv 4t rniiiillrfi' I:ouc.li. 8\. II and ciiinly huillh ipii-liiiinU| | In I Irfi
Acreage" ""e..1 Ue rlfllifwjy' of .
- rl ctlninlianinfl
---- --- --- '> < ldnK' Iminrvid'
iW Dime. ilifthway fir .. dl tjnie ol
T. ( fr \ i ':cti ;': NICE. CLEAV, ru; .;hd-;apart-;;; ;: PUBLIC NOTICE III.e 21 Ktt moie or kiii. IIIho I IT inuUlvt-i! UI1,1,I su:> 'b'ntf ,t

wrirr. I'I. : 1':2,2.j:: 1I15e : !h..e.l.r!)' v l 24 HI PUBLIC NOTICE clitil<'alinJ l I'I tdliry''' ic'vln I ..
mint Adults only 1106: AtlunlicAvc |X TUP: 101 MTV JllXES COIK1IV mown in a,1J unrcirdel pi.,it, 'helle.
-- -- -- 'Q. -IiO--' --- Phunc 261-4835. tfcrURNISlfEn : AVI,> l"'' NASKAII ttl.MVIIOKIUA ,n nn ha' t.'rl.illrection; u\n\ ,t IhoMM MCMf'r f.F "ril '"\TIOof: I[ :;i wnnicn T, lu urn Uilv.rtJ: LmtlwK1 >" Now
IN:1 IROlAIGIV 11.try lino uf ..,Ill IH 1. 2b IIIIIIINO'I'I ." i
7''" ACtiS. hi' ;:i mil d.VS.. 7t HPlEHTAfF: Hid k',1,1 un-ei ,rHil. ,pliil. a duI ( I'': I IS Illllfir: I.IVT:M. thtC II |
Aim<'In Jl"nJ'" n"ir airpuu.. c DofflMlJNtlflCF e .r,itr nf mil 1 1/4 H: I: .nci- : .h.hI'Ift tfo. : :
LiJxl liune I 2(111914uftcr ( Pwilv
Ol/SER, Kl MtO-rry :S12; Pit- on ) 01Fit IMI l > ||>H P rt lie. lea il I IIIilfluiitii varl.'" lioni nnuit In 1 III :
: I'FTITIONI in a t.u:lit o "tcrly d rrrll"n nl.irrnu .
run Rwd Wct Pa'm! BLUC'I: 8. tftfOCU .u "''''''L "' I'II"R(.... 0.' Eit:':rlv lire of a,nil "jt 37ilr.l fir Mie a verlfc tii ri . _.. .
M ( LTIIIINotice 1 f fM la II', Buuthononrly I !
-- "nc() 1 m ID it rri'nl will 13
.. Is
ifIle d"II'
tlii-i U
F'I 1'IJa. flI2rp"j I10O\T ri I.f Inline' me Ueuili .
; unfurnlOicd 2 rai la hcnliv tiven thit I hnwfled ."-n of s-1.1 Lit U: titmeIn
ny. final' rtlurrm ui rvciutir: ul hnuin e tcr: ilinitinn I jionjI |.riin| :>, an"I thu nineii In wl.Jct :"llnatt', lltIM wfh: 12 Mil, JmkMkmd I
a .. ... ,
i.u1 o i M ; IInr"lIn apnr'iiKMit ut btach $53 tin r.HUle: if Lent Cl .... : ; : fine. il tulrt L"t II ." el ire UK f..t
F.x c I It'CIIIta'l irk div outlMl : e SJul inikierlv ftririCATE: NU u Vcur ..r l l.t.uante Mjilun .uie U d mr fu.ili. \\!1.1.!
year round Call 2t.I.4d02. tfc I huve died my ixtiu'.n fir tllaIrtuutlnn .7' Sb an I 1 of ',.II uniteuiuwl pljia < PRICES .
LlidiU mppmrpd and 1..1
und fur fmil I 'lullJ feel. j cucliTlio I I
-" dliclinme, a.1tuh I aidtjnue if mure otIIM .. '
iiiHlalitl.: VYulu rinu'v nf" nil ir*. VACATION' AI"rS. : \ on Murcli 20' um. I whl apply li 111' 1':jiuurlv ride nf the rlfitof U 'C"I.lhr.| ( Pr Uii |"" rty. lot Ul BtitlihUp4 LcKlHlalure p 'ase:1: IIo I.ret'

Humrtible J. E. Weatnerl nil. .way of t.l. DIxU llliw OUTER rOVCQUlST Color OCnNrnONT APTS completely 1 beml t w ,li. i niicl eJ r 8tepnlcv. law pirUilii4! to m d.vifo pr.ctttji
CJUtity Juntfe uf untv, > lor< on t ill unrtoirded plat
_Cm. ,'or'. Ihjic 2 \1.JOiS.'! t'' furnished Day week or nvnlh ida. [cr appruvn Ncr.a I'IC final return lit pollof .btimmng. *. .ijure tl.MOAfE. B x 44 NO. 8 IJ ri.ligj Vtur ul Cjl Inunco f WA. end i, >cc Ly;! a icnl'l.iliiirie I forfficttttfffttfy :
and for oner' of nlitrlhuilc m,1Ur
i 261-r.3i8. tfr mi 1 ItiOl mUwlfc was mini).I upir I
584 llctchcr Ave imJEXCFPTED .
t2:0 DOWN.: $ 5 rmnth buyi ] f nil' dlacljrte aa E'>cmor of II. from tl.. ahove coneyi.ni ".rr' uilm nf ProperL>t Bl Set I limldwlvcs '
mldwlvs. M !ViA: > I' .
-- .....1 Will an I lutan.enl of Una.lark : \ tie ull hlf ,I ul Way E.wmtntt vlj! r of
4 t
'ilon twp rjnje
bcd-no-n home outs.tta:: city hmlu BEACH AI'AUTMENTS yeairound. dittoedA. tnd eonveyamet f" r pubililoam 'it I.; wi. le.i u.....ed II F. Pel;eT.I uluuliJllal p.'O/I':1I11/: : r., i

Pi Ice $4,109 $15.$3: '% montli, furnlnhcd A* Exuoia. L...r JOIrVO'l ir M,,t Wl'l an I ITtitamtnt I. k iJ farom-feui. e...n..nl.. B,,m M.cut, t."llle.l Kufl l : fittgltntdftlH ;

Or\ ft\ & electric it Included Fh tM unveyinie la ilio niaje tub lurkv.CiiTirirATB .
of Una Clark, [>e
of Ii.au
: No IT Year
Kcl lowiver lo th t certain rig ittfway I
.. .
>i"5 DOWN tCfl monti: buji three 201-5140.: tfeUe c. i rjnl lu U* riurIM line" t',17IJeo.'lp. flJ8liC NOTICEKOTICI

In btdroom rtmcnry home bil'.t- ;M LLFVR m E'P;;;; ; ;;,. It mO" ..H..III.n.IA.. I'Fo"rlh II." Jo.cul'ItALL StrretI".nulI.llna ,. and 111.1.; Light tnJ C-inpany itc',r<.*J: liiMeJ.dated Mjrtn liu-k 1"5.kt I n i twp.,,,n J ff;< runce Prorrr 24Nnirie Lot 3J Sec FOR i mllll Cammliiili nen I )I(Ilrl/JI rr UlJllft 1,0 JI J :
ranjo; oven W which teihFrlwird The llnurd of C.'ly"
P..MII 4'i> if tie Pub 10 Hce rJl cl4imb u" ,/ .
Avc Pn 261.4CX: ). tfcMCK II 111.1.; w. at. n 1. tnllfitltllMCAlK .
RFDECOn: \TED 3 bcrt.-t.im: hrmcoik ALSO: And I pirt if. Itertlon Fifty / Nit 64 Year of Inurt /....., Ulo., unl. a'lejua ,Inlirrh I "
--- ,ue till I.." k..mlHX i.rwu loan ., I.... ,,"'1 .",.I.. / :
.. J fot..e 'U'h.'
llmirs $TO:; ) wl h $:CO dmuj : THKEE "BFDOOOM( unfjrnliliid PUBLIC NOTICE inn, 'I..u Ul J.'T'li I\.n.e T..eniyiv ILtUDnmrliitlon: nf I/I I .* IM". nm' j'Iu'u ive In ippiImnMlv ,..<.
$ ? mditlLW (I.: : tanl. N4....u tally: .'0'il''J'd Prrperty : .. .
per home at Fwu I'o.nts NOTICR ran 111 usTre ii 0 'rnwjll bur. he -ttfr tfc llnjrfl tl tujnty Cn, nllll,,iprrif Ji I.LIIX no.' e r8HrtiAIN't rti- 34 Iht per I'd 0tU"e tiliul liuict''To I .
2ni-54Jl. .
Cul Mil, ) N Iit I
JTUL NFW nvsin-y\ three bed = i r.d N-imnu lilda f..Ciiinly r .lu,.nl..Hnrlili h:n<) ul'p..xltn". Inviie teuli i<'"KI2i00 bl4NIN! '
r'<>ui' h'.mn rear lilsh: gchml' TOWNrrAlRs'At'AKTVfENTunfui iillona ..f frnpnna I,kiullieilPelnilcuni ,...1 c..rinr if 1,'1 lenlyievet. U7ii ('''"f lAMtMil" .IIAtllJ. '1,1)11-,\ ,

Only $;;,0 djwn $0.:0 per nionthfr 'nlnhcd l Corner 4th and .minly'. Frte/ii.linn fnr Ittrn delivery mid/nr In N Nuian.i ,.wauCninty "ilei-t.k J. ,ibeJ if IIM In p-il.lU Ure' .I revotdi UK k |of',4 uliIj.kiu uiK / : imil !: NO :3D- Year uh.u Mft folIO lIu"" '.... iMaibic. lint I'idite, Ir |' .

Tfit Tulhuun, 'ie it Ihlli...rdfluui L..unty' C.i.ililj, : 1 1 it mo aI 1 lieiirptiinI me Pr iprrlr Lot 81 fie Inww (.,ill"nt dleiel fuil tr.,)V NnI All Stales And Types Of Engraving !
$7..TO::, nUYS 3 \le.lrx' Uirw,, ait ,;,huul St. JoHfph't Academy. jnii or NJI.SIU Cuiy Civlfirnie ,,iin T,,n"ten Utiitva! .rili en M nlei tlor I lp; JN runite il. I
>- He..dquitriv lluild. n.. .: a.j.1: (N 13 dvjlt. II Cl t Hi', el'y\! llmiti. Ci: n-link ftrcc rhmie 2fil 4200 or 2iil-lK( ). tIc rlv. Point'' rarnjiKlm i "llencll i>nd .rNjaauu .: Hit 1.1 Inn r.urt..u,t i ..tneI "I. "Sclmerifter, 2111 k:. 3Jlh HlirttTuncnn oil*
L.I J7; InrlK gl tl riKht' unK''ler -:::..:= :
N.lIluJ: duwn to ctcl'n.: Ciuniy J.ill. rernimlmJijtli ArlrCrHllrif '
7h: rUKNISIKI! one unfurM ..k.I<,,,. rlltol, !". twnlvtmiimh I tin htAtii/eix, ui "icca .nrty uvi4lnulci ,AIE: NO 10 Year of I.auunce Irifl' "DFVfvir'pV: TO MAMI'AUIOUMTY
ir -frInlm .hcd upartmeit ocuanilj'' period l nlnrlm April IMIM \ We t I 11 7tf rtrmmt 45 1'11I1' ccwimiouvr. J'liH.: T. F rrt'lra A Sun ; >4 an) ending M..ren jUI I mlMuceei Vvbt i fir Suit 6tt feit, mui,e or lean iXkirpiim 11 nnperly. Lot 14 Set HEAi( K rltllll >:\. .
lear round 126 S. Fletcher ,i I'.. ejHlcily' rlil I.1 I "'Vo jy cf U. Iiln'ivay < Nn Itn
fiil" biilfer will IK requIrM to'urmah un II: Iwp S rang. 3.1Nune ttuu e.llm. rllcwl fuil' rni e I
Iftll A I Innif \rr' I'h,m* AMfT' Fhnne 261-3138.: tfciJTIr.lt <.<. ,II ill *a.i l.mn i/f nnttaa Nu I: Utue' 10 ,nnrtKrrlyik In ..Mi.>i nmn nt T K VstxNi ; rfthlirmnni'e t ; :ilh u imiiri iMI"Adnrney I FNGRAVEDLLITPRHKADS :
--- then tan ffil'in c. pull lv at flvlrtens .n atld ettnierK, f h:1,1''"I w,y f uUl "lrnKl. Mill.mcl, mi. Oruilell, Nlm .... <.rnrriil. HUI' '* if U,..rlil.i. aJi .

t\ln:, I.AP<:K TOT9 for n't: ; LhCK; A1IS Com"te- HrurtiuM.tvre fniiliuntf. liviPilnu frnt UK 'ma, 'i S M ulh. Uv'ityutx | Dtfrwt Pirlvllvn inlet fc.liH
Firninllni l'>. rl,. n .nlml HtllUfATn No )fl Year .., 'Ixaunnce lie ci rural I iwrl H|1.
(;')ol, teinn (ine qimiter mile ly furnianed, Incliidma TV -. Him .ne Hi I'. i rfillin firiwruf.inU i. oil'ten Ok..) for :lliitj.l leil IMIIWMriiitlir All liiilN ahiull. Rive I *rjd4. rf e icr I
Sniih of Five TninU on Amelia fhona 261-tllg: tfc at NJM.U Tunly J ill'. r-nf.,nnut more or "aii, them. tfo !Hi.um t"irIMII ) of Prnuertv, E'. nf (:t tut lie.M 11 lie fornlnl ..I ur wi.."H aa ""r..iceillir : t. ) :; SOCIAL STATIONERY ;
: Iw.rri. rfr tl.i, uM "'lx> on* ill Ui .n.. >.II..n MmulM' Wei.I Nh.;'* l>f NWrII>,'\I..n :a iKp 4 (ledutili'l' rider il I It. I.i ct >en .
JM. Oill :881 !BI21 IfcfOSTrr.30Pl *0 f.llr-d rjp.,thy ul l-rlwm rjni, II. ikiireet. H Wi fur UIU fc.lanil rjn<. XI pi.km e rlrfiiaUw will; fu,nbt *< .
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and shore slaUons of lI today's -
page!! Fourteen News-TJeader( Fernandirm Eenrh, Florida -. Thursday! March 5, 1964 U. S OffersOpportunity Hilliard YoutlliCompletes planes Navy ;
-- Army

. : _. Junior High Drama Club Carl Tour R. JohnsonOn Aboard For Sports BY TED KLST1NG Afield I At Great Lakes Basic :'I Increased pcnslllvlly In knowledge to vibration of may' HiesHn's o

I GREAT LAKES, ILL (FJITNC) aid engineers In developing vlbra.
BY LOT?! TVTHROP enjoyable as we had Mrs Walker, USS EnterpriseUSS OCS I to help
CommissionsSgt frlt'ndl'ho Here said Tom and lion guidance
the school, We were visiting! a you are James A. Moors 17, ion o f Mr. I
lilt! teacher from come I .
a aboutSpecially
ENTERPRISE FHTNC) runs boat Midwest hurst( his largest net Into the man's and Mri A. C Crews of Route 2, blind people move
My name Is Lotll:tathrop, From do a monologue for us called "Vera a livery on a I I
now on I will be your Junior HiKh: Checias Morning Sunshine Talk" Carl R Johnson dental technician! Charlie Trout, Army recruiter lake when wr' saw a young fellow I hand Hlllinrd, completed basic training!
School Dramatics Club correspond! We enjoyed It very much second! class, USN, nephew of Mr. at Fernandlna Brach Post doing the worst Job cf casting we I He tore madly back to the shore, Feb. 7 at the Naval Training ten.tor I
cnt: you will hear from me each The play ranters met and cast and\ Mrs. II E Williams>> of 3106 Office every' Tuesday from 11 *.m. I had ever srtn Ho was In a rowboat I gel: wet to anove ms knees shov. Great Lakes, 111.
week on our activities Tills club the parts loi the play that we are South Fletcher! Ave? Is serving to 3 p.,m. said, Graduates with a about too yards orr-shnrc and tug the boat out, tumbled Into It The nine-week training Includes
was formed to teach eligible and going to put on very soon The play aboard the nuclear powered' attack I baccalaurate or higher degree from' was spending at least nine tenths and started out In the same Inept naval orientation. history and or. Priced
t Interested student about drama Is called Trouble In the Cellar. aircraft carrier USS Fnlerprlse, accredited non-Army ROTC colleges of his time picking out awful back zigzag/ ganltatlon, seamanship, ordnanceand
ties We also learn about play and Every one Is cordially Invited to operating out of Norfolk, Va. or universities recognlted by the ashes. Whats funny, you may ask. gunnery, military drill, first
movie make.up. attend this one act play for the Enterprise departed Fcb 8 for Department of Health. Education I His first time out 1' asked about an absolute dub at fishing 'aid and survival
Our sponsor and teacher Is Mrs, admimlon! price of lOc her, third tour of duty with the and Welfare, are offered the opportunity Jason Loran Angling Editor: of ranking a complete fool of himself During the training recruits receive
Sixth Fleet In the Mediterraneanarea
Edith H Johnson, the eighth grade I The officers of the club are: to earn commissions I Sports Afield Maiiazlnc'Second" I ?
Since her commissioning In through Officer Candidate Schools test and Interviews which
President Jim Burn, Vice Prei-
English teacher I would like to said Ton, the livery This:
take this opportunity to thank her Ideal Denny Robinson, Secretary Now. 1981! ) Enterprise has logged The applicant must be a U. S, man 'He was out ante before' determine\ their future asslunmenli ON
than 140,000) miles In Allan lie soon returning to shore
for all the help she has given uII Loltl Lolhrop, and Treasurer more citizen or have declared his Inttn with a couple of fellows who knew was In the Navy. Upon completing the ri
tie, Caribbean and Mediterraneanwaters doing slightly better rowing
this year. We all appreciate It very Dene Henderson, lion of becoming a citizen, be: at a little about how to do \ll, and he program they arc assigned to service ,
,. since he wusnt excited lie
this she has
During (period least 17 and 6 months of so
Well, lhats the for this years age
much all news seems to have caught the fishing/ schiols: for technical training j
refueled ,walked to Tom I
This week meeting was most week See ya' next week! I I not been and not more than 27 bug." !I up or to ships and stations for on.the- $4.15
The ship will visit several ports "Also eligible are persons who : Got a seals that will' \ weigh this Job training In a Navy rating specially eq. yd, ,
on the shores of the Mediterranean attended ROTC schools but were We had forgotten him, and were 'fink?" .
Try A Classified Ad For Quick Results I during her tour of duty with the unable to participate In or complete chatting. when we heard a wild! Tom had. He put the walleye on the INSTALLED
from out the water The I training produces power
I yell
Sixth FleetATTENTION on
the ROTC .
: program the sergeant It The scale showed exactly 134 In supplying qual. MARCH
sea power by
laid, young city man had the oars ,
pounds H was the biggest walleye ,
and was frantically rowing In Heouldn ified personnel to man the ships J
After Initial qualification, the ap. I Ive ever known of coming from
pllcant will be enlisted In the Rrg t row properly, splashed that lake, though not particularly
enormously and progressed In a : had In such fashion that It
ular Army for I years and offered I'outstanding for that species hung/
he choice of attending either the crazy zigzag I held the walleye's mouth aide
The the fish &
city man put and Porter Lovequisr
Fort Bennlng. Gimme a landing nell, I Gimme I
infantry OSC at I his rod in his car and drove off open, so that It probably was
a big landing net, quick! A '
OCS at
I Georgia or Artillery lit was some time before Tom could strangling If Hints what you Color Center Ie
i I Fort Sill, Oklahoma His final ac Ish broke my line, and I wool togo I
even say that he'd be dammed I call what hippens to a fish that
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OCS get
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successful completion of I weeksof We looked at each other know. I and shake our heads I stayed at the surface, so busy
Motorola Stereo, You May Also Purchase ;I basic combat training. njjly, and by almost superhuman It seemed, from the novice's : trying to shake loose the plug that 5 Points Phone 261-30G8
The OCS course Is for t months self.control l kept from laughing brief remarks, that the big plug It had let Itself be netted
following completion, the undl.i ,,
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I other than Infantry or Artillery,,
the new officer will receive oriental !
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Nassau County Boys par.

Dairy tlclpated Show In the at the State Central 4.H Florida Club For A Look At The Fantastic 65 '\

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:4r Jimmy Boyd showed his registered
Jersey heifer and brought FORD COBRA
tack a blue ribbon.' The Nassau
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Danny Stokes and Terry Smith. Fords Challenge To The Top Spirts Racing Cars Of The World! .+\ '
The team placed sixth In the competition ,

with Individual placing On Display Thursday Night FriJay Saturday Sunday Monday. r '
lonnn going( to Johnny Page and \
Stokes served as !
Doug Tew David
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All 4.11 members, their parents TOTAL PERFORMANCE
and agents were honored at a banquet .
SUrto In a Window Chest I Craft on Monday night Don Higglnbotham .
ad genuine\ mahogany or walnut of Yulee was' given sn
vtnstts and select hardwood solids $409.95 award for the top In the Dairy Ef.
10 sPsskee. gee high, i M" wide, Contest In District V,
dew. The Nassau County boys wen I

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