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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 19, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 105 NUMBER 27 FERMANDINA BEACH!, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964' 'II PAGES THIS ISSUE: i7i7k: i iI IIruslfambl1
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I C P. RutishauserIs / FBHS Band Seeks

62 Qualified City Discusses Sewer Project

A Candidate : To Top Decade I ,



I For Commissioner Of "Superiors" I


C P. ( Rudy ) Rutlxhall'l'r1'111 I The 69 members of the Feinan.rtlno Purchasing Water System

As Candidates campaign for the District One post Beach |1t1"11|| !School Band\ will

on the Nassau County Commission leave here al 8:30: a.m. !SutmdivMaiih .
he annoinuid this week' 21 on Ihl'lrlay to part lei- Last night, In spcclil session of the ('ilv water xvstcm from I lie It, K. Phmney, general manamr

heard a very Impressive presentation pale In the District Uuml, Contest at | the City 1'onmiKMon met' with ft FloriiU Public Itililles Co, of Container Corpiuatlcm of A merle11
last evening on the city's Terry Paiker High: School in Jack.jsomllle number ol clue 1 and Industrial lenders Those iiieclintf with Major K; J, local division: Brjan K.IIIH.iherl .
plans for a combined prcgram Sixty-two' candidates just two I The candidates have forty.six j of I the community to dlxi'ims the I Johnson, Jr Conimlssionirs Hen resident manager of Haym.ler ,
which will sec If approved a much less than the record number of days left to get their messages to The Pirate' bund In to compete\ In I proposed se-we pralle extension pro- t Soicnien John Tlllakos L, L. /lln.haiinon Imoiporaled: Ernest P Divls,

needed extension to the city sew. candidates la the I960 primary, the voters befoie the first Democratic class CC with such schools as pram and tin1 possible purchasing /and Hilton L Kilehins we're Kuvonler' Soullieust Timber Division

erase 8)stem and the purchase of qualified before the Tuesday noon primary on May S, Crern Cove Springs and Orange manaiier.: Louis Kenelra prcs.

the city water system from the deadline for offices In Nassau I Two other candidates ho run Park, A lutnl) of IB bind Is ex. Idem rlorlda National Bank, Heed

Florida Public Utilities Co Much County I only In this county, State Heprestnlatlve pet.led to compete In all clause's. Senior High Chorus D P. Braddock LeMillen, picilclent of the (ham-

of the presentation Is carried In Claude Wingate and his opponent Bands are clasM-d lie'ecu'ding t tichoiil to I To Present Easter her of Commerce, Lewis Mnsir

this Issue and more will be carried George Dorsey, had previously leThe pieiltlent of the Merchants Assentation
In subsequent Issues, A large group J. F. Armstrong Sr. qualified with the secretary bunds rctorel, for past rim. Assembly Thursday Seeks District V : John Tester piesldenl of the

of hit'at civic and Industrial leaders cf state, test performance hii been all I Junior C'h.'imher of Coninieiee;
lent an attentive ear to the prescn. I Those qualifying. in this county superiors.. since ITij\ In district, and! The Kw n.uulina: Bench Higlii I II Commission Seat Bryan Maxuell, rtpitseiiting the
tat Ion and appeared on the whole, To Campaign For are: all superiors In state ronlcst since I School Choi'UK will pic-sent its anniuil Kill alii. Club: Ciroigc; Lovcsce( ,

to be In accord that the program Is Tax Collector Ira W Hall.i 11959, This )l'ar'l Male tunlpHt IKset Fislci: Assembly al 2 12 pm Lions Cluli, Jim lieurd. Iteiliiy

to be much desired. I am 100',; In County Commission I Tax Assessor D H :'Bulk' I t for May 6, 7, and 8 In Tulluhus- I' Thursday.::: :: ; M.iieh;:: ; : 2(1: In Hie:: luiih'sih I I Heel; Ion to the District) Ni,>, S I Club: Holier K firiiv, of the In.
favor of the sewerage extension and Biicliunun Eddie McKcndrrcCounty ice, ml iinilitoiMim. Mis. Prank Arn- seat nn I lie :N' ,'ISMIII Comity Commission teimillinul: Association of Madiln-

believe also that the acquisition of Judge J, E. (iGenciWeatherford I (Continued on Pane! Three* I old will dim I.SeleilioiiA Is heliiu soiiKlit hv I). HUiaddiik |lull! : Hay C'Hlilnell., eehtcr ef the
the water system might also be a John F, (Fred i Armstrong, Sr. In l hI' sung will Include, wlm 1II1III'1I111'I'd Ins i'undid.H !News' .Lender.. ; Kill Alexander, num.
good move by the city. Sec the announced this week he his qualified Sheriff John G. Barrow, Ilav. "Ilie 1M> I'ny," "Surely He IK I : '\' this weik, subjcil to the alll'r..1 Itiidlo Million W 1'\1'. and
News-Leader for further details and Is seeking the office of wood A. Dval. H S, "1I1'rb" MeKcndrcc Louise Wingate Hum\ ," Iriini Iliimlel's) 'MeKsluh," Milh. 1 piinmiNHln C'lu' Dlivilor of Finance C'lu.Mim
County Commissioner from District H. J. Youngblood "I I I.ilkid Tod.iyhero Jesus
and observations as planning progresscs. ___..__ d Sanders
No. 5 in the May 5 primary Superintendent of Public InMiuctlon ''Walked," pliii the gills' assemble1feuluud
To forRegistrar's A nunihor of either Invited Utideis -
Dean B, Blnnkenshlp) John : Campaign III 'Llsl Hie therubleilloM
fttl 1I were mi'ihle' lo iiltcnelAUo .
T, Wclnncr.
Best wishes tu the crack FBHS Clerk of Circuit Court DOOxley. His statement to voters: Post 1 Llnd.i; llolUud. Sieve Beckett\ In allendane-e were LoiimiiLeedy

band as they Journey to Terry "I wish to announce to the voters Louise K.me.v.. Huger lllikox. amiIWaoeln of l.l'I'dI'hl'l'lc'r and Al Ionian
Parker High School In Jacksonville Commissioner District 1 1Odell of I SllI'uly111 piesent solo of Orlando, fiscal aucnls relained -,
County :! Nassau County that I am a candidate
Saturday to compete! In the district I Dees, Harry Poole C, P. '' for the office of County Mr*. Louise Jones Wlngutc or i ISl'h'c'tluns.< bv the- city: Bin Uorcltn and
band contest. This outstanding "Rudy" Rutishauser. I: Commissioner for District 1 I. subject Callahan has qualified an a candidate There Is nn chmgo fur admission' Jaik Collier, of Smith and idles

band, directed: by Jonathan; n'I: I County Commissioner, District 9 I I to the I\hy 5 prlmnry. for the til fit'e tif Supervisor of anil the 1 public Is Invited to attend, pie, engineering ceinsullants re'lamed
has a record of superior t In Charles N. Bennett. H H "Bob (Continued on page six)II Registration/ of Nassau (C'ounlv In by the tlty,
district contests since 1953 and sup. Carter, J F. Claxlnn the coming Democratic pilmary, Mayor Johnson oix-ncd the meet.Ing .
erlor state ratings since 1959. No Harold E. Fri'r: : :, James T: I Lucile Kitchens by welcoming those piesent

doubt all good wishes and many Nails, James S. (Jimmy) Stevens, :I Lewis Announces i' tans will go with them to Jax. County Commissioner, District I I

fr it John F. "Fred" Armstrong. Sr., Seeking Supervisor
It Is with a great deal of satis- 0. W. Bell D P. Braddock Luuil j' For Hospital Bird Qualifies

faction that I note the continued Farres Hlgglnbotham, Of Registration

notable achievement of Fernandlna Judge Small Claims Court EV. I Trustee Reelection For Group 2 Port
Beach High School graduates and Garcia.
Lmlltt hlliliens his qualified fur:
other schools In the I
Irom
students
(Continued on page six) I
county CoiiKratulatloni to Jim Wiltox B. C. (Bennlei Lewis, Incumbent Supervlmir of HcKlxhullon of Nassau Authority Race

Jr, Buddy Jacobs and James member of the Bnnrd of Trustees Coiintv: <:mil:: : will tumpulitn: : for; I,
recognition. I Arflin Seeks election I miliji-d to the Demoerallc I
Knight for the latest of Humphreys Memorial Hospital
Roy Primal, on May S, I! James M (Jimmy) Bird Sr, an.
(Sec story In this Issue)I. In last : I District !No' 4. announced this week
I Inoinucd this week that he liunquulilled
week's issue Jimmy Kear and Ted that he Is seeking reelection. In the .' announcement follows: .
and will seek election toI
of
Post
HiUhccck were noted for Individual His announcement Is as'follows"I Supervisor I II May Sth Democratic piimary. "I 1 wish to announce to the vol.rrs I .
the 2 the Oc
Group post on
<:yjnI
achievements Look for other such John F. (Fred) Armstrong, of Nassau County that I am
later In the school Sr. of Callahan, did qualify on .... I Highway and Port Authority,
recognition year Of Registration I "seeking" the olflce of County Com.mlnsloner
-it March 4, 1964 (cr the high office of I I from the filth (Sthi' district.
County Commissioner'from District .
I have noticed with Increasing No, S and representing all of Nassau Roy L. Arflin has qualified' fnr I I ,)Continued on page six
Interest the approach to a greater County."I the office of Supervisor of Regis-, 1-

knowledge! of governmental affair was bora In Illlllsrd, Fla. Feb.tf I t rat Ion In Nassau County In the

being here employed This by the Is 1 Union vtrUg-pK ConncH -
lie officials to group/speak at weekly Doris Bivlns ind 'we' have five ......- N.,..,....,... tJ -" ... date for the office rA Supervisor ol
children, four boys and one girl / '< j; : Registration of Nassau County subJect
I -
meetings so as to leant mora about J ,n"- IJ I j"t;f4"71 <:"t'ft: I Postmaster Dies
(Continued otf pife six) '
the
to Sth Democratic
both these official and U). post "1! ,f, "' f May
'I -
they held. There Is no'greater (. I. .::" # II primary.
I .1 a, (Continued Three) Iin Jacksonville
on Page
administration
threat to Improper ;, UtyeMeetfflf ..
of Parentjf: / ,). .. .
of public affairs than the apathy- \ I /t: .! :
citizens. f Green Fordvte Mellon father of
-tr : nerates pI t I Heavy Damage I Postmaster and former Mayor W.

'of.. II, Mellon, died Wednesday In a
Isn't the scenic beauty of' Ter- f
nandlna Beach being jeopardized Interest And Plans Suffered By Home I Jacksonville hospital at the ago of

Just a bit by a recent profusion of I/ii:} 83.A
ilens where none existed before. I On ,South Fletcher Mrs Kitchens' statement I I"I native of Huxley/ On, he hud |
Is tills a matter for the Chamber Interested parents of students In am a native of Irwin County, I lived In Jacksonville for the puntM

of Commerce, the City Planning grades nine through twelve will t. Georgia, but have been a resident years, He was a retired employee official
and Advisory Board or the City meet tonight, Thursday at t p,mIn Fast action bv the fire depart I of rlorlda for 35 yean, 11 years of of the \Duval County Slier1Iffs Ills announcement:
"I', James M (Jimmy) Bird, Sr,
home of Dr, and Mn. Cecil
Commission? Just a suggestion the ment prl'venled' total destruction of which have been spent In Nassau office Previously he had served 1 for
I wish to announce candidacy
that the si 7ns might be better put Brcwton for the purpose of further His announcement: ( the home of George Delmar on County, Iliree terms as mayor of Bax1ley I my
the office of Port Authority, Croup
to use on the highways to attract organization of their branch of the "I hereby annoume that I am a South Fletcher Avenue on Tuesday I II (Continued on page three) and eight years as ordinary of i ii I

travelers to Amelia Island first.Continued newly formed Fernandlna Beach candidate for reelection lo the night but heavy damage was cius. I i Appllng County Qa '12. (Continued on six)
( on page three) Parents' League, with Bill Rodefcr Board of Trustees of HumphreysMemorial i I ed by the ula/e, of uncle-lei'mined ) i lie was n menuier' of Hie KlrntiMilhudiHl ppge

president. Hospital, District No. 4.Hilllard origin. Lions Hear Talk ,
I II I ( hurch of Orlando a
I The parents of S and Sth graders I I i Both of the cllv'i mnjor t-nulmaf I 'Muster Mawn, a Koynl, Ann Mason Hubert Voniont
Thomas Seeks will meet tonight/ at 7:30 p,m. In Mr. Arflin is the of the (Continued hod thl' llrei '
King operator on page six) I answered I In- cull und ( On Juvenile Court and a member" of the \oikKile Up For Reelection
he Recreation Center Conference Roy L. Arflln Bonding Agency In under control In 5 minutes and 1 out bodies.

2 Ssat On room and the 7th and Sth grade I Fernandlna Beach with many Col. E. V. Garcia's :In 30 minutes; :I :: but l t not Define one'.: I Other survivors include his w|. ,, To School Board

Group mrcnts' group will meet April 9 at I years of office and business exper.lence bedroom was' badly burned anil By Weatherford I (low, Mrs. Bessie Melton of Jacksonvllle -

8 p,m. In the Junior High-Elemen He it a property owner and Brother Passes In other rooms were damaged by j I ; a daughter! Mrs, J. W, Hubert Van/ant Incumbent mem-
tary School cafctorium. taxpayer, He states that he will smoke and fire. her of the Board of Public Instruction
Port Authority i Solomon uf Jacksonville, another
Jacksonville ('ollnly Judlll' J. E, ''Gc'lIl'l WI'II.
Sunday .
The potential Parents' League : make an active campaign/ for the Fire Chief Kill Deipson said that I I'son, HUhiiril. F. Mellon, of Duylona I 1..11IIlslrl't Two said today
Ilierford was Kuenl speaker' ut the I thut ho will campaign, for reelection
Thomas H King announced this members broke Into the above I I office. Friends of Col )K;, V, Garcia will conlraitur hiis estimated Hie wec'kly meeting of the I Inns CluliTuesclav Bench: a HlHler, Mrs. Walter K: ,
earlier His announcement follows': damage at *3'j Jf'0.' /llu said thut the
at organizational
groups an Bradley of Liikilaml. two ml.
hear urn
lo of the
candidate regret death of his <
week he has qualified as a night and nillulitcned themembers said that his olllclul
Vun announcement
I ant
meeting held Thursday March 12 (Continued on Page Three) house was covered by $9000 Insur
I children; and two grcatgrandchlljdrcn
brother William -
and Edward Garcia.
for the Ocean Highway nn the functions of the will appear In next
Port Authority, Group No 2, and at the Recreation Center, at which I Sunday at his home at 7133 Silver ance. Juvenile Court, of which he ls also i i iI week's News-Leader.
Is seeking election to that post. time Judge Roger We/bright of Mrs. Wallace Tells I Lake Terr, Jacksonville judge In Nassau County. I The deccised was a frequent
Jacksonville was guest speaker. Events visitor here and had local
many
The groups Include, parent of chll. Mr, Garcia wai a lifelong resl. County Day Weatherford, presented' to the I friend I I Lester Davis To
I dent of Jacksonville and was re Set March 23 For Lions by Andy Anderson, gave I
drcn In grades 5-8, Chairman. Mrs Kiwanians Of I II Funeral services will be held at
Seat
tired from the Duval County Board brief history of law from the ancient Campaign For
Jimmy Johnson; grades 7-8 Chair I 4-H Girls I 1 1:30: p,m, Friday In Rolx'rt MNauglo ,
II I of Public Instruction maintenance Boys, prattler of "an eye for an eye
man Mrs. Henry Allison; and high Mortuary, Jacksonville, On Hospital Board
department tie was a member of ;, and a tooth for a tooth" to the law
school. Chairmen, Mrs. Cecil Brew Trip To Orient ; The Nassau County 4-11 Events with Rev. Walter Kalaf.' pastor of1 I
ton, Mrs Andrew Allan and Mrs. I the First Christian Church. Day will be held ]lJond y. March I I as It Is practiced today, South Hide Methodist Church olfl- Lester Davis this week announced

George Owens. Funeral was held Wednesday In 23, at 3 43 p,m., at the Callahan He noted Ihut must of our laws timing/ Oxley Mortuary Is In his candid icy for member of
The Judge spoke on, "Why a BV TOMMY: HALL the ihapel of Key-MeCabc Funeral llijjh School 4-11 llirli und I II are ds<'cnclanls of the common law iharge of arrangements the liuurd of Trustees of Humph
/Hume, with interment following in I will In speak.lni (if Knuluml: line! Iliul I'Hliry's') (couit \District
Parents' League-. after being introduced Mrs.\ Eugenia Wallace of Hilllard bll)1 compile public llnrliil will bv in KveriirunCemetery : reys Memorial Ilospltdl 4.
bv Judge Gene Weather- spoke on her recent travels to Japan tircenlawn Cemetery. |, food demonstrations rending aie patterned ufler those uf thul I and will seek election lo that post

r lord, He said the Parents' League and Hong Kong at the Monday lumps, miscellaneous demonstrations country niseie4lliiiliml, in the May 5th pi'Iniary.
Is Important In establishing! "moie. dinner meeting., of Klwanls Club, KAC Blood Bank and share the fun i talent'' \\ reveuleil tli.il Juvenile Davis said lie would make hllolflciul
or less a parents' code of ethics She described some of the educational Winners In these tateKurlt-s III couits luul, Iliilr start In this Brenda C. Cravcy announcement In the next
I rather than just a children's" I methods employed In Tokyo Asks For Donors go to Paltlka on April, II to compete country in IlllneilN In I'WI He expressed Seeks Seat Of Issue of the !'News-Leader
'In the training of Japanese youth with other counties In the dis.trtct toncern, (hut the government
Judge Way bright born In Fcrnandma Darwin Smith of the Kraft Athletic
has token toei nimh of Trustee I
stating that they have made considerable District winners will go to i I away Hospital
Close
Beach the of Club Blood Courthouse To
son a Baptist Bank, reminds
the of In the
use of Yankee know-how'. Gainesville on May 1 and %. to I responsibility parent
minuter was one of four this week that the Bloodmobile will announced tills
persons field of children, Brenda C Cravcy
compete In the Stale Events Day I For Good Fridays
originally responsible for setting up Each classroom she said hai a be here Saturday and that donors The County K\enls I Day will beheld The speaker cited Judge HotfirUuvbrlKht week she his' qualified for the DIs.Incl .

Florida i much copied juvenile piano and TV and every teacher Is are requested to come lo the Retjreatlon In the. Cullahun High School of Jacksonville as the S seat, on Hie Boaid of Trus. .\ Is the annual custom the Nas.sau .
I COOl required to be a master of music I Center between the hour ties uf Momenta! tins
follows.I. Auditorium, Home Kconomlts ,Department 'daelely of juvenile 1'1111I'luw\ inHorida Humphreys County courthouse will boi
Ills" announcement, Over 50 Interested parents attended i!1 Closed circuit TV Is used in Ihc lof I 1 and 6pmI and possibly other rooms' I anil uf the fllle11m k he* pllal ami will seek election to that 'lose'd on rriday, Match 27 for the
Thomas H King announce
teaching of physics I math and I I
this Initial Smith says this Is the last trip I post. .
for Ocean meeting Parents and friends are Invited to ha* done In this field ubicrvante of Good Friday.Fernondino
myself as a candidate I chemistry thus bringing to tin- the Blexidrnobilt- wilt make heie> I i Conl intie-d on PaKC TwoiBlonkenship Mrs travey announced, 8h"I UI '\
come and we the excellent performame -
thghu ay and Port Authority Croup I classroom the outstanding authorities unless good! Is made bv '
a response make her ollulul stall meni in the
of the !.Nassau 4 /II -- -- -- ---
:.No.' 2. In the May Sth primary elec. \ Friendly Hand In the country in each of thesefields. donors. He added, that toffee( and', County March :JO Issue of the :News Leader, Beach
tlon :Nassau' County. 1 I girls and boys Runs
I doughnuts will be served
Bitten I
By Dog ---- ---- -
"I have been a resident of Fernandina The Japanese, the speaker' stat I Weather
For Office OfSuperintendent
Seeks
Ben Sorensen
Beach and Nassau County
Politicians and postmen aren'tI ed, are bubbling/ over with polite. Radio Station WPAP Nolls Is Seeking U, 8 Apprnvid Weathtr Station
for 0\er twenty years I the only onl"I ho get a friendly ness and kindness, Due to the i Commission Reelection To Port guuin 7ll( Al Unit Street
(Continued on page three) I hand bitten It seems according to flimsy construction of the homed Has New Owners County LtKli NoUn Cejoporatlvt (MiMrvtrMm
Seat I In Districts \Dean Blunkemhlp, leoeticT tiltullahaii Authority, Group 2 Mm Ruin
i la report this week, In many of the slum areas the
Announcement was made this School, umicMintid to the Thurs.. March 1JFrl 73 48 a
Jesse M Register Miss Helen Fulmcr, a fixture at careless use of matches Is a very this
James T Nails told the !'News News teuelor, IIP hit qualified unilIs lien SoreiiHen announced 70 44 0
I the Florida National Bank as the serious offense and could get week that the Federal Communications ., March HSut
/ up
To Run For Constable I seeking the cifllec of SUpC'I'III. wiek that lie Is a candidate far reetitlon : 0
I teller at the loan department win. to ten years In prison j Commission" has approved I Ihl' Leader this week that litis eking Maieh I 14 73Q
sale of Radio Station W.PAP bv election as County Commissioner it'ndi-nt" of I'uhlic Instruction. :Nan to his preiiiil poxt( aIIlI'mbl.r Sun March 13 (64 j Tr.
In Districts 1 1-2-3 I jdow, had Insult added to Injury Hong Kong said Mrs. Wallace ami IWMl
County, siibje-et, lo the* :May :Mil of the Ocean HiKhwuy 5U .03
District Three sau Id
Tuesday afternoon, when as a'' when approached from a distance1 Denver T Hrannon to !NortheaHt in 2Sortlinen Mon. March
said this week I Florida Radio Inc, Nails annuunted that he1111 primary Port Authority fiom Group Tuei March 17 68 56 0
Jesse :M Register neighborly gesture she attempted al night t Is one of the most betutiful Ills ollkljil "
that he has qualified for Constable\ to separate two dogs fighting near I cities In the world. The marvelous President Is Harold J, Minn, vli make his official statement lo thevolvrs Blauki-nxlili| further said hv would said that for next an Wed. March IS 78 43 0
president Is Mill Alexander and through next week s ;News- make his official announcement In nouncl'mcnl11I be ready Tht Htnthtr U (urnl.lnd courUiy
In Districts 1-2-3 andI Ul setk her home and was bitten on the U"htlnJ1I1t'1/ one the Irnpres- PuhitintiiitiM' News-Leader norm
the next Issue of the !>ews Leader wnk's *
director is Rick Leader
Peeples
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hand, progrim
election to that post. slon of a Christmas celebration In -- ---
.
Register s official announcement I Miss Fulmer was given summarizing she said that tin

will appear In next weck'i !uuue of gvncy treatment at cmer'J Japanese have reall7.1'd!! ''lItat the Don't Forget. Homestead Exemption Deadline April l

the .N ew..Leader, i Memorial Hospital. (Continued on psg two) .



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.ge Two Xm-Leader, FernandIna Beach, Florida Thursday, March% 1 1064 piece cf Dourly !I. the pouting of a special oven made for this par
..: the "slip," at the liquid clay wlu- I> pose, and' lIMit for at leant t 24
FCRNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER Adults Children Find Ceramics Fascinating lion U called, The flip la pawed hours before it can be removed
: klla.I .
LETTERS TO into plailer of Paris molds and IWt I from the
HI AU ITKEET FBON1 W* tttl to dry. According Sides, the slip I I At this time gold, platinum or
A John K. Perry Newspaper l a dries from the suter lurfaces Inward 'mother of pearl may be added and
BY LINDA CRAFT
_*, rM.w>M. Falter and MMIIV* THE EDITOR Twtnly adults and fifteen chll. and may be controlled to the piece reflrcd at a relatively!

ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION : ji Iran meet a total ot five times a I reach a thickness: of from! 1/18' to low temperature, making sure hal!
Publbbed wry Thursday aDd entered at the Post OfflmFernsiidlM I Dear Cltl7.en..V'{. : 10it1jw. week at the Recreation Center cor.amlci 1/4" depending oa the piece When none of the pieces being !tired
leach, Florid, M ond claw nail rnitttr.SubicrlpUon Since I have beep In business In : room to pour clean, bake the wall of the piece has dried 'to touches or overlap After the application _
Rates :Nassau Count, t hive come to see I glaze, and bake pieces of ceramic the desired thickness the renriln-, of glare, the piice a noIcnerr
M a year tUft a I month '1,25 $ Month. I personally hot {inuch each one of ware, under die inptrvMun of Ing slip Mill) liquid and undilcd In porous, the heat cons .,
M 80 a year out of county the cltlcens depends on the other, Ceramic Instructor, Hank Sides, Uie center may bo poured Qui the liquid Slate Into a subsume
-+ ExfUwljun: the raJJl about !00';' ot'' leaving i hollow vessel. I very like glaufi"AlthonKh ,
The and Ices of
types pi pieces
the biifclncsies are home owned or available various the The shell Is left to set from( IS about eo"01- the,
are as as age)
home managed which metnii that range of enlhusl kts,. Within the minutes to 3 hours -pending en nieces/ turn out well" Sides "d
the home owntd depend lW'r on I a r simpler claw of eniloavurs[ cue Aralhcr conditions( and the length "somrt'mci'! me applies too little
our elti/ins for ''flvrlr very exist. sift pmchase and glaze an ash o! time ilnce the mold was lust !glaze and gets a transparent aJ i,
may
once and the home-; managed would tray for approximately '.iO, Then used Some pieces are poured In fed tee mach' !glare resulting In
have to close and relocate without if one really has the ambitious time one piece, while others: are poured running and bubb'cs umlirfmnBiwlilch l
local pnironaRB., "be glued to- simile ,
and skill, ho may cho'-e It do the separately and must li repaired by rev
Then ot the other side I have I entire set cf Rose dlsies: Including 1Il'lll'rIII/ II sl'p': Mulll-pletcilgrccnware Ingi, and! over-firms (which risun
lisa seen how large group of pouring and detailed gliding a. IM I the molded clay Is la a melted blub) In the kiln urn 'iml
local citizens ihexclusively In I : thing wl.h much less ,
as"a Ato Mrs Ethel Sunlell Is. Side says 'called) inmlly Includes I rccrnnl/ulic.( npurjjlei
Jacksonville foftrttrng" that their r that it will prtbubly' tike her a 1 handles or ipouts uh as cUlce :. T.'cn as NN. Gwrre <'iun.
Incrmes even Indirectly come from I II discovered the frnglle
I grein.
to finish the entire set cry
year
this This I Includes Lcf pots.After
toun
every nn.ployee brittle bisque DES! break
the |
the has set ware or
I The first finished greenware
of all mills, every doctor, 4 t. ,T step toward a when dropped,
I lawyer, all city and eounly tnV """' 4 J9 It c&, cleaning process begins. Scams .- -
player, both hired and elected, ver polish according to drcctUmil: where the mold came together end I
our public utilities, bank bisuranc I on the container rough edges at openings must bo

agencies, and many others, I ....._ .- When an oven has been neglectedso I smoothed iway. Then the artist has RUBBER
Without our local HANK SIDES, Recreation Center ceramics Instructor badly that ordinary wishing la two alternatives: he may either

Uieie above bUAllle"men.\] labors busily over a broken piece ef greenwart. He was not sufficient, a special oven clcin. | fire his piece at a temperature of. STAMPSAny \
would certainly have to relocate, er may be used After this haMI".enrtt 1900 degrees hardening It to bisque
Red white and blue causing their employees to Ira VIFernandln. attempting when this picture was snapped, to "rl.w- the ] the stubborn crust, wipe it I I In the kiln "usuilly resulilng Size
.. pieces! back together with sift or llomid eta,. Looking off and wash all surfaces as usual In a better glare:" or apply Blaze
Granted Jacksonville often a on with 1 concern is Mra. George Chaucer. WM| later Utica me even la clean. It can be i directly to the re'otlvcly: toll Any Shape

nest larger variety than anyone could marked the broken piece off to experience u. began anew sprayed with a transparent protective grecnwars, Inquire At
egg tosslbly have here but since these coating which prevents grease In glazing a piece ono has the
people are evidently making a Rood and food from etlcklni After that choler ol using a solid colored flewsLeaderPhones

When you put money away In U. S. Savings! Bonds* living from local business they It takes only a sudsy spume, to wine glaze or using aa under-glaze, us.
you do two things for your country. should I In turn try to spend what It out until! tin cca'lng; gradually rally required to olfsct detailed
they can here. wean away and needs to be renewed work such as flowers or figures. 21G-CCSO: 261-3687
The money pots Uncle Sam in a position to be a '
of I !
This outgoing the consumer The piece Is then fired In the kiln
stronger power in the free world. dollar should be of genuine concernto ] ,- -, -- ---

And by providing for your persona} security it everyone both directly and Indirectly 1 ,

adds strengths to our are national the strength strength.f because America.our individual The .downtown business area : '.' Ii ,::I :::!; f1\: 2:;: .<',", ,;;::" :' ri'S: I .7; ::C. .&:...t. ,

may be small, but without It as a .,
When the communists boast they will bury us economically '
whole, there would be no Fernon-
-U. S. Savings Bonds art a mighty power. dlna, DOES you*

ful answer. Think about thin the next time a t''

you go to Jacksonville shopping 1 I NI / STUTTER, -
ENGINE
before you first look here, f tSr .
YOB gel $4 for awry ft at atirlly.. I TM en ftlyour There Is hardly anyone who would I FALTER,
)
Money aiytta o You k* da are replaced fre U not bcnellt In some way! JERK,
tost, dotrtytd or atolea. I It MOTOR
Yours for 'Trading At Home"name STALL?
( on file but withheld on re. OR


!, BUY U.S. SAYINGS BONDS quest) GET A. TUNE-UP

Mrs. Wallace Tells I

. Ml fl,.. ttttmUHl tut MtI /1e f" fJtlr./...HII.'. -
4 -> rrMiw l>o,0oi m4 Mm 1M ....."" ...., C.eraI Only
..4 tats MinpiJMr for tlulr fflritllt ..."".. (Continued from Page One)
. education of their youth la their FOR GREENWARE VARIETY IS THE RULE In the

:- ..- greatest responsibility and most Ceramics Shop at the Fernandina Beach Recreation Center
10 cherished Ideal In the study .f( art Prices range from lOc to $10. styles from a simple '

however she said they lacked ash tray to a complete set of dishes.
creativeness, with students copy. "

: Happy Birthday log someone elae'i work. -- l. "
Robert Patterson, Klvranla of R66' J -

, I Knoxvllle, Tennessee club was a car J
FrainJudge I visitor He ls presently assigned to
j ,., I the construction ot the new gyp* W f

J. E. (Gene ). Wcatherford val sum County.plant at Dame's Point la Du I For The Homemaker I Iy ; ear


Don't Forget Your Birth Month Is Jim Bush announced that Stan I Parts extra If needed
. Tarltons Interclub Committee IsHponsorlng

: Time To Renew Your Driver's License the Jacksonville&; an Interclub Klwanls meet Dub with at, Mrs. Mary N. Harrison !I If

t f. 4\* .v tat Green Turtle Restaurant t.-
Ilomfe Damonstratlon Agent WE DO ALL THIS.
.. 0 ... ,..__ . nlKht Thursday i at (:30, and 011I. q t II r.
ed all Klwanlans to attend.
oil Steve Beckett and Test Steger
were Key Club guests and presented VWYKV O Clean and adjust 0 Check coil and
Ie. Clean Flxturn S'ird :Morp/ light! i soap or detergent suets.
WE GROW the Key to John T. Weiner, I
Ir
Bill Wetb presided and club sing f:Modern: llahtlnu units require 'il)). Fortunately, plastic used In luminous spark plugs condenser
lag was led by Herb White, with I dated, cud+Ing skill. In today tifw ceilings Is extremely Ilght- I I
Iw Louis Ferreira at the piano I homes: lighting/, effi-cH afro cflrii'' as weight and easy to remove from Clean and
basic an aspect of planning as tile Its usual T-bar suspension for the t 0 Check generator
E
I walls and ceilings Shndo.c.free frequent uashlrg It needs, The set points
Trade At NameFREE. HnUing liistallaJor.s (Inert'a'irlk'y, : pastel or white plastic come In I and voltage

popular, especially In kllchns, i two-fort pAnel, concave or convex
r. ._ bathroom, and UtJllly.lllnlldry ;,In) shape, Corrugated plastic .Is in- Set timing regulator
M I i room. are structural unlu ratli. ,.'ailed'! In sheets which can simplybe :
''er than merely. fixtures In the mane unfastened and rolled carriedto O Adjust carburetor 8 Check
battery
TOGETHERHandinHand familiar washtub the both- I
r souse Unlit Is difftiiid lip a large or even ,..,. .
I award to be reflected buk from 'alight ;tub and washed In warm suds, =-- :..
w r f SOAP & BLEACHTo 1 surface cr It Is directed! ,I Turn off lights before taking r
Our Customers downward through plastic pan" ,1 I I down shielding 10 that both It and
} corrugated plastic sheeting framed the fluorescent tubes can cool be. e c T
8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. I
glass, louvers, or other translucent
afore;,: washing Do nrt use abrasiveson
.:.. ASKINSLAUNDROMAT .Molding, Thus a da light|: alert is., plastic; i soft cloth or sponge .
. provided! with no rink corners will da( the jrb without scratching
heavy shadiws. tr l liursh, p tehl'R <.f Always let plus tlc nir-dry: because r: SAF i'Y
; Ath tochilKhl glare, This mi' dim i South' Street
: of> livhlina! alas plays all city which acts like a magnet for
OPEN 21 HOURS A DAY 'Important put In home allcrallnns. dust and dirt and experts aay that ,
.. I where puhapi: a mw luminous. rubbed pi as'ic will look dirty asaiu n
: We want our Community to be one with t celling or a light.dispensing' window In a few hours. Professionals weir
: secure future. I vuliiiiic Is tie: major pnj J rl. loll gloves while handling pUstic
It Is rnly natural (Unit such tin.' panels to prevent leaving sticky
: We want! prosperity fur our merchants and DOZIER&GAYPAINTS 'familiar Ii hlmK Installations rains fingerprints a good trick for

: Auamest. the question cf how to go about homemakers to adopt
keeping then clean Wash'!ng mnI :
: We Before replacing a eeaa fluorescent
want to help you, s-rt are here to be
of
I
I vcntional lamps and light fixtures! tube, wipe the fixture reflecting .
y finmrjd ps.i.taue: Ir. every way we can. ','Ia an old story but these I linuva- surface with a tudsyiponge.

: .Vie grow at the Community; grow and hand.in- FOR EVERY NEED bona may appear mere formidable. If a ladder U required
band Actually sensible, milntcninco consists make sure IhalI\ U iteady and
I
vtt
:: grow log.-lh-r, of keeping! them clean with that nkld proof,
I The you are wearing t "
'Best Iow-heeled shoos preferably with\ 1 11Y

; FLORIDA National Bank o Lions Hear Talk like rubber all soles glass -Flourcscent should be tubes handled-

..."...........".......".... ..... Shiell's Continued/ from Page One) carefully to prevent breakage but
: atFernandtnaeea theca Juvenile leliiiq.ienn mid J jjv.enile '. are no longer filled with the toxic
211 ATLANTIC AVE. dipendinU: going on to ,,what gas used In primitive flourcsccnlfittings. I. DU DOSF !MASTER :MECHANIC\ I IS AN: EXPERT IV THE USE OF OUR
...... ....... .._, --- -.- I PHONE:" 261-90.n: : : ( 1 he was ippostd to the law MODERN:" AND EFFICIENT TESTING EQUIPMENT:"
w that prohibits the naming of jjvcn- Louvers are more difficult ii do
i i lies who Nul+de the latIn ', than a flat surface so use a well-
I explaining th.s stand he said lathered spongo on a stick or a bottle fir''one
that too much leeway for younss. brush to wish the narrow slnts NEW TREADS
NOW
SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER ten brings!! rn added faults cltll'rl't'ent \ which are notorious duet-eatchera. APPLIED
eases lure if diinking by fr ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES

DAILY SPECIAL minors and possession ct alcuhollebcverailes What I is a good way to clean a WHITEWALLS-ANY
SIZE
chrome.Insed oven? It t I. Important
I I He iiid thai a local crackdown not to scratch chrome plating, as Narrow or Wide Design,
Lunch ''on this type violation solved :30'; this exposes the metal underneath\ Tubeless. or Tubt-typ
97c. Dinner
of the problem but that the problem to corrosion, Therefore chrome 4 forOur
still existed of throe vvhn should not be scoured or scraped
: pro. NfIII r,.."..
vide minors with such brxcragei.He with anything sharp The most sob UnUM by Mrtattun iurf Mop mar* vt
Choice of Meat Fresh '
Vegetables All I Home Cooked aUAltAN'I'aaa
charged the adults of fie Isfaotory way to remove grease 49
t. Aahteh adeeb t. .
t"ta.se.alp sad .we4L ..... lilt 01
I community with the responsibility film! Is by wishing with a sponge a; ...,"'" .e.l fee _.. lere.t n..lnale. ewerw' e.r.a.ae.ewu"tion'w.iwl" tr.4. 4 9
Deviled Crabs A Specialty of setting I the standards and.: added i or soft brush dipped Into hot soap ::."'...'..._.. LtM ewaat
II: that part'mi are quite often the or detergent luds. A wooden spoon .1 .. 0114.1.-. .,
real fault behind children's bo. or a rubber scraper may be usedto ,. ;
OUR SECRET RECIPE having, loosen t'ookl'd.on food debris 4 tradpln' tires'

I In conclusion he stated that the after it has been softened by the Ir..J.

Home Made Chi! job of Juvenile JIIileUS a heart suds Then rinse-wipe the creme r.j!
., breaking one and that lie tried to with warm water and polish Immediately
administer his duties: as If each' with a dry cloth,
FAST. COURTEOUS SERVICE 1A.\WItNi' offender were Ins own child. He'' (If the chrome has become

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7:30 A.M. TO 11:00 P.M."- t' cited that mAny of his casei were streaky wipe U (when coolfdl using .
: : ,
those Hint with oil ri
cloth m.lsifncd
were once handled swoudslud a baby r $ ton BEACH SUPPLY
cases by parents, lie or kerosene i Caution; Before using
Golden Sands Restaurant I added that his hardest job was to i kerosene, open a window and
send a youngster to a school of cor. turn off any pilot light or other
recllons (lame to avoid fire hazard) Then -

ON THE OCEANFRONT I Following the regular icssiun wash again with nods, rime and 118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614482.T'
Lion President Ben Clarke held. ,a I wipe dry. To keep the aulside III( a sn F.f.., '.-
meeting of th* bmird e( directors, chrome oven date shiny. apply iK-j j ,
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w mgrs' ," (', ..: ,;"",.....--- --w.r Poole Tells i News-Leader) Fornamlinn Bench, Florida Thur!\ Union .
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M 1 t ,:, Council Of PartCommission ,. z 0 e



Plays 1

Harry Poole, chairman of the(
Nassau (Cmmlv Commission! was
guest t speiker, to a large group of
Union f'eiuncil members Tuesday
night at their meeting place on; e
North Third Street.
a
Poole spoke on I the functlnns of
1 L I the County Commission and their
u kft$
Irl 1 0i duties as prescribed bv law so as I 4 ShV
t r a .v es to give his listeners a better understanding .

of this boys activity
The speaker gave a history of
Hie Commission, going/ buck to the
.. srr a
years before (he sidle was admitted

--j.. ,, to the Union and right dun lo e

THE THREE RV :MAY! APPLY TO ONLY THE YOUNG, ner at Seaside Inn on :March 13 concluded the course. the prcscMi! time, He also explainedthe
relnllnnship of the Commission
but. (the State Dep.-irtment: of Education through county Pictured from left are, Robert James Clarence HudginH to other brunches of county |iov>

Hoards of Public Instruction, provides instruction! also for George Chancey Bernard Johnson Police Chief J. R. era men!.

those! not I so!' young. John T. Weisner, Nassau County Parker, R. L. :Mott Vernon Guest Johnny William, Nick He revealed that the tidal lax/

School Superintendent, presents diplomas to city police Smith. Weisner, II. I.. Kitchens, Sgt. Perry. U. K. liree- j millage figure necessary for operation .
men and auxiliary members who haH just completed a den Fred Townsend, Hobby Moore and Curtis Smith. I of the county was obtained
two-week school of law enforcement instruction. Sub- Those not In uniform are auxiliary policemen with the I I from the vaiUms budgets submitted .

jects taught by SlCt. Edward II. Perry of Jacksonvillewere exception of George Chancey, who is a city fireman, by oilier county agencies/
Rules of Evidence and Search and Seizures.! A din. Weisner and Perry. Due of the points cmplmsiml by
Poole was that the Counlv Commission
------
has no absolute c'onliol over

Canon Oliver To I Preston Speaks At ::1 Jones PromotedTo I Gough Is Named than the other the Supervisor(boards mid of agencies IteglHtrallonHe ether, V p

Self-Help CourseOn Lientenant Colonel added, that the, Commission Is

Be Guest SpeakerAt Radioactivity 1 Plant ManagerBy I By Air Force Reserve In essence, custodian of mistily
properties mill ,load and bridge svjSlenm

St. Peter's Nassau Colonel County Waller Civil Delrnse J. Preston Director Raymond M Cough has been excluding the (county school' IIOMK ECONOMICS: ( STl'IH'STIIII'h: with! Interest im Mrs. Alice lluell. right, Klor-
Container
I Corp: promoted to the rank of Lleiitenunt 1)h'I11 Ida Public Utilities Comp-im' home smiir
lireilor. denuinstrates
presented a demonstration rail conking techniques,
on /
In conclusion. Pious, noted thatthe
I Colonel by /the U S. Air Force Reserve
1 lological monitoring Thursday, It was announced this wcik (" '111 mlohlon only has control of short eats economy, and tnrloim fetiliires nf care: t'If lining and operation of the new
March 12 to the members of the The appointment was made by lone-fourth of the money raised by school :appliances. -er\lnir! the demons"atkin's! : | and finishing off the cookies! aft.

1j Nassau County Hume Demonstia- President Lyndon Johnson ad mini' 'cm taxes on Amelia Ulanil I erward were, left lit right IVnnkUCent.: Mf>' Olmd !and Linda 1I,0In.Ir": lluell
P6r lion Council in a Medical Set1.ltclpcourse (| Cough entered the Air Force In 1 In the this goes to was: rt'1'I'nll honored b>' being nut med Present t of t he Florida Home Economics:. Asso
j now being taught/ each 1942 as an enlisted man and attended I inbuilt: ;:: ;t nnc.:;lln'm': This tl he sold: Is I ciation.! The honor came at (he I 'nil nnnii..il contention of. Ihat /group in Jacksonville.
Thursday in Yule-e.
Oflieer Candidate! School clue lo 5 special 1 lax dislilit un the
The presentation included demonstrallon During World War II he was com Island and a bond Issue for the I II
of Instruments used la' manding officer of the Security I lilKh school The Minor class In I In- Ilhlh<;{ IIi.il's u belli hlowini limn tiny TO KKMO\K: : WATKR:

a determine radioictivitv the, and overall ways amount of delect'of Section of Eglln Field. Jim Council Parson who'hllll'l11ll11 enieeed. of I ho the me-el-Union i has I IH':1I1'I': :;: (;'leceland: : a 1 piilillillv Helulils:; \ Ohio|lint.: : :highly piuliHcil:: \ :UIIt"I; I ail I Ihr:: I lolmccu ropv: Iliinker-iip-:Industry's::: : I; marks from ,r"rl""t pal sevl'r:11J'I :

Ing the body's radioactive dosage ing, told a News-Leader lepiuterthat ) on the Iheine. Hisni.ul IHT rhino' II Uiibm, (lowui (I"P| ">r spites uf> cnmplior on a
Instructor for the course Is Mrs.Gertrude Senior Citizens this has been the most enlightening / Don't Htm'" ''T'lt'IoII'uph.II'rul| !!) I dump cloth and rub mi murk
1) Blutthford Nassau cif the series of me\ 'clings nn
1
County Public Health Nursing Sup. public nffdlis he-Id li> dale
ervlsor Urge Potential Pursuits bale) (hut Eddie;, McKcn-, I

Previous and planned speaker : drre, Nassau lax assessor will
Include, Mobile Health Coordinator Members To JoinThe speak to the Council at next Tuesday a
for the state board of health, William 's meeting
: : I
H Hamlln, and Mrs I Betty F. 3 DAYS ONLYFRI.SAT.MON.
Cook Callahan: Miss Frances Senior Clllwns' Club met In I II

Partridge, District 2. and Mn. regular session Thursday evening, I
The Rev. Canon Robert G. Oliverof Helen Johnson, Yulec, county R E. Phlnney general managerof March 12 Mrs Adam Millsop, club THRU E
St. John'i Cathedral In Jacksonville I health department nurses. the local mill\ division of Container president conducted a business FOLLOW .
Corporation of America! an. session at which It was decided to I
will be the preacher at service II
nounced this week that Franklin L.
Issue bulletin lo
a monthly news
In St Peter's on Maundy I Just Ramblin' Jones has been promoted to plant members of the club and others II I 7-Pieco Bedroom
Thursday, March 26. The service I V
manager who be Interested.
Is scheduled for 8 o'clock I might
In the
1 (Continued One) I Group
from Page .
Jones Is chemical f
graduate
evening and will be the Celebrationof a engineer It Is the! earnest desire of the
A somber note crept Into the fei- from the of Ala Dreswer
I University the .
Holy Communion. I club membership to expand -n..
'' : I
tive annual steak dinner of the
bama. He stinted with Container
Canon Oliver Is a native of Flor. on I club to Include as many elderly Mirror
Ida and received a Bachelor's de. regular! and volunteer! firemen Sat. April 1, l'JJ4;; as paper mill IUIIl'r'l( people as care to Join. They wishto : Chest
silence
urday night alien a moment of
tat ndent. '
gree from the University of Florida. dispel the popular conceptionthat Double (ItedInnvrsprinit
held for deceased I
After his graduation he served four Fire was Chief lioyt recently!Lofton, alwaysa On April 1, 1'tifl! he was promo{ senior citizen's! clubs are composed "__ ..5.. :Mat
years In the navy before entering ed to pulp mill superintendent! and of persons who are hiiiull- -' Box Spring
popular figure at the early affairs
Theological school at Su\\'anoe. I Lofton will be greatly missed I on February 16, 1962 to general I rapped physically or otherwise; :, I' 2 PillovtH
superintendent of the pulp mill and but rather these clubs are made up
Following his ordination Into the
for many years to come. ;I )paper mill operations.His I of people who, being of the same
priesthood he served churches at
Hawthorne and Intcrlachen! before I don't know it why* Lodge's sup. latest pr motit, prior to his I I age group, have much In commas: II BY WILLIE MATTSONThe : I II h sue.- TII80oe

being called to the Cathedral about porters are so carried away by the I new post, was to production man I These clubs arc composed of pen t $1.91) DOWN
three agcr on July 29, 13. pie of experience, great talent amiability I
years ago. New Hampshire primary. I can't I .
March meeting of the FBWG
and they! find that OHsoelnl- v
Canon Oliver Is a brother of Wil. remember that slate as having the .\ was held at Ihc Surf It OH.laurunt .
In these clubs can be
(Kara F, Oliver Jr., South 15th very best record for being right In I Louise Wingate I richly InK together rewarding! Tuesday Kourlwn also BEDROOM
Street of this city. I presidential! years. participated In a Poker (land gull SPECIALS
There Is no formality required In tournament. First place winners s"G' ]lltdgel Bedrooms NOW
$78.00)
joining One just walks In and li
(Continued from Page One)
I were Lucille Swealt and Vickie /INtttte ETlllf
He'drooms
I Qualify NOW
sure of a warm and enthusiastic fHH.OO
"I was born and reared In Nas.sau pis"
Pool! Second was Nancy Herring $21 '
Superior Hedrooms. NOW
County and am the daughter of reception. No duel are required. A and third place was tied by Llbba $!IIIIIO
the late A. B. Lonnle) Jones I am [ covered dish supper Is planned for Gordon and Marge Lannon Deluxe Bedrooms, NOW $108.00) ,.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESSFOWLER'S the wile of Roy L Wlngate, Sr: Thursday, April 9. The meeting Todny seventeen members are l'!\ Super Deluxe Bedrooms, NOW ? $118.00( tit
mother of two daughters and a son, was attended by Mrs. Herb While! playing! al Boauclere fll their Invlta- I
Past Matron of Callahan Chapter I from the Woman's Club and Sandy lion Results of thai later,
Order of Eastern Star businesswoman DcSandro of the recreation! depart!
a
; Next Tuesday March 24, an Odd t MISCELLANEOUS
I 1I
and am active In civic and ment. The next regular session will
,
JEWELRY and Even tourney Is Milled! and .e 1
'I be held Thursday evening, March xl wnnr
I II
church affairs I am an active host' Ian.
Thursday March 26, we play !Solid Oak !Porch Baker
member of the Callahan Baptist 26 at 7,00 P.M.Thomas $! .$M
I to Sun Jose Country Club lady
314 ATLANTIC AVENUE Church. members, Our members! arc urged I In II I Drop Leaf Dining Table! $27,1111

i "If elected I promise to performthe I SeeksContinued to bring four sandwiches i, t1'u Folding 'hair R/,75''
duties of this office In an efficient King I j "
March 31 we are Invllid to Je'HUp I Chest
$IHhll
courteous and pleasant man $
Watch For Golf Club for a play day MO the CFAtEOUUNA
ner. I pledge! fairness to all and I ( from Page One) : balance or (this month promlHei to liDS (Slaps !I
deep concern for your convenience. "I enlisted In the U S., Army In I be a busy one I '38 's''\\I $ft5'taalr

"I feel that my previous experiences 1956 and served two-and-one-hull April' Mart right out with the 3 ROOM GROUP
( in dealing with public! Inter years overseas In March of Wl! !) Iwas I''Wayeross Invitational for ladies on

Grand Opening I ests. In the Federal and State Census honorably discharged from active '''the second and April' U Is a play Home COJI I'LE'rE

: Programs, In Florida Leglsla- duty day at Hyde Park Golf Club In of LIVING; Iwml i
lure as a proof-reader; and salesmanship "I am employed with Ruyonier Jacksonville, I
qualify me for elficient Incorporated and have been for Instant, BlmICOn\1 $298
SATURDAY MARCH 28 service in this orifice, If elected I UINhI"I'E;
I over 10 yearn! I $lScsulI
!i Credit
"Your vole! and active support In "I am married, a property owner?, FBHS Band Seeks $11.54 DOWN
my behalf will be sincerely appreciated and business man engaged In T II.
See Next Week's News-Leader King Photo Shop, Fernantlmu I I I (Continued from !I'uui* One) ':

Louise Jones Wing ale." Beach. I Band Director Jonathan Hill said ; 8 PIECE DINING GROUP 88 '
For Complete Details "I 1 am a member of the Fcrnan-j that the group would participate In
I dlna Beach! Chamber of Commerce three categories; concert, slKht- .
.. .. Trade At HomeI member of Merchants! Assn former reading, and marching! The concertIn Pl 1sr $2,00 IO11'N) 1CAhbrlsm =

. I member of Fernandina Beach ti> begin at 11:30: Saturday morn. 53 tin
Jaycees, and associated! with Im1 Inn, with ultfht-reuriinK to follow,, { IINI

Florida Prolesuiondl Pliotoruphen ,, and marching net for 8,30 p,in. 11 PIECE GROUP
'
Atsn. Fur lit coiner' piouram the ; .:s\
"Your vole and support will lie bjnd ulll play required and nollecd !. IIV.vlon Comrd St 'Iional IfJ

5-Specials/ / This Week-5 greatly appreciated numbers' Including, 'Second 2 I'l.tslic, Top Step| la Mrs I
PAINS
,
Thank you Street Overture, by heed Kepmr" "
Ml: 2 .Step (Wkl.iJ 'Indiesi ,
Thomas II King" "Miinnin Vein" bv llridvn WesiI< I, nllss, CAIIINTt23raaia .
and a march "Diamond .lubllii/ :' SI tinning Tulile Lamps $198 $q!I eaeere
Redwood Home In Pirate's fo\e. Brand New Just 2 Sofa Pillows II'.,
1.1 Lovely : Being Completed by Karl Kung During I the siijhl.:
Contractor "Chuck" Howard. FiIA Term and Immediate Possession. Lucile Kitchens readmit/ session they will he tiwlid )

Throe Bedroom, Two Lovely Baths Large Family Room. Shown By Ap. and rated In their skill In pUvlntt

pointment At Any Time. i Continued from Page ones' and Inhrprclmtf" pliers they hose MI/I'
'I 1 reside al 103 /South 10th Strut never practiced before The even-

2. Larger Brick Home In Country, Wilt Several Acren of Land,! VA Ian Avail- In Fernandmj Beach with my hun logs marching ulll, mild Hill drill.be '

able For Entire Sale Price of $12, joO.() Closing Costs (Only A Few Hundred band, Henry L Kllch"1I8lho Beach Is a for Solo the and most ensemble part precision content will .::.1 $:iOIl lion( E17 es'
Fernandina
Dollars.! Approximately 8 Miles From Town. Call For Appointment. captain Police Depjrtment.with the We are the parents also be held Saturday at Terry your

of two sons, Hiluard KII'hl'IIHof Parker feinandma has 11 soloists r
3. Kintrsberry Trade-in 3 Bedroom Home. Ha! Larger Than Average Bed- Blakely. Ga, and Hilton L. Kitchens compeling and 3 ensemble w 8-Pc. Sofa Bed

room Nice Storujre Room and Carwrt. Yard I h Established. t ;. \\'e Can Sell of Fernandina Beach M ; Group

This: Home For No Down Payment Providing Buyer! Ha Good Credit. Im- "I feel that my experience inl I II Arflin Seeks .i Sofa )ledLounge
mediate Possession! After Credit Chick NO DOWN PAYMENT, I serving the public both In our o\\n I Roy .i Chair
business In Jacksonville for :S I years
'Continued from Paw One) 2 Tables
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and for 11 years with a firm Im I Step
4. Three Bedroom House Near Yulee, Florida. Large! Lot Financed With FHA Fernandina Beach, qualifies me to!I "To the citizen! of Nassau County .> 2 111 hie tamps
Loan For $;)0)) Per :Month Can Be Purihased For Transfer Costs of Only I serve capably as your Supervisor : .> 2 Sofa Pillows
About $::0. NO DOWN> P A nlE '. A Registration "I have qualified for the office of

"1f you see fit to place me In !Supervisor of Registration/ subject $9800
to the Democratic, primary In May
5. Three edroom! masonry. home on 18th Street, just North of Atlantic Avenue this responsible' position, I will carry "I eirneitly untilII your vote and $2.88 DOWN

Financing can be arranged. This I lively home U in one of the nicest neighborhoods out the that necessary will reflect duties favorably InI support In the forthcoming primaryand

: in Fernandina Beach, Florida Call u* for an appointment. manner If elected to this most Import,
on you the voters and the county
ant office t promise to serve you
ai a whole

PAUL C. BURNSREGISTERED cited"Your and vote will and be deeply support appreciated Is snti the honor clOwns, efficiency of Nassau and according County with to MATHER Free

the lawn pirlainlng lo thin olfUe ,
Thank "f| will keep regular afore homs I

: REAL ESTATE! BROKER Lucile Kitchens'you five days a wcik, hlehI III enable OF FERNANDINA I Delivery
those having business with thin office

8th Street 261-3606 to attend ID name In a convenient .
319 South Phone
and courteous 329 South 8th Street Phone 2614383w
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'Fagd Four -Fernnndfl14 Beach Florida Thursday: :\ March 19. 1904 tV, members for 4h* Valentine: gift
2'WA.Lc _ = Hibiscus Club *" ; gives her. It was reported that. the
'Miss Kathy Rylant rummage sale held! with the Myr-

State Director I tie Burgess Circle waa very sue.
Members
Addresses I Bride of JanuaryFaithful Arrange Wins Scholarship JeW5 Jotes "* cessful.
Baptist Sorinq FlowersTh A prayer service Is to be held

Tiwwlay mornlag at 19 a.m.
Y.W.A. MeetingThe W Mr and Mrs Raymond M Rho- Hiblsnn Garden Hub met To Attend F.S.U. Meetings of Parents' League\ subgroups Include; parentsof f' every In the Mary Allen Davis room. The
den of Yulee announce the marriage M..tirt"V moestea, { grades 8-12, Thursday, to meet tonight at 8 p,m. at Ira
n) the| hntnof closed wl First Baptist Church Y.WA. of 5-tt meeting
of their AmandaElaine home of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil B-ewton; parents grades
daughter
hod a covered dish was .1 n IN'chln. Mr. F Lf"a.k coherence room at the> Recn-a. .
supper meeting to Mr Clyde Gary Williams,, tonight at 7:30 p m In the
March 1 at the South Fletcher homeof "rvrd aa hostess for thenee tlcn Center: and parents of 7th and 8th graders to meet An auction was held with articles
of Mr sod Mrs Clyde Wll. isr
Mist Ruth Cox. son ., .11''' r April p at I pm. In the Jr. Hiiih-Glemvntarv: cafctoilum. brought by the members. Members
i (Hams, also of Yulee.
'Guest speaker for the 'hp 1lntehtne home W. h.I, The public Is Invited to attend\ any or all meetings. reported 31 visits.
meeting
i The wedding was an event of fi I'v a"corsted l with .>>rln flmv.rn .
was Mis Mary Cope, of Jickson.
January 18, W4! at the First Me. TV nmfiMont\ welcomed the .
vllle. slate Y.WA. director. Also -- --- ----- Crim
thodist Church of Thomasvl.le: .i''"nt''v ,M".I* niwtpnt, Mrs. Hut.cMn ,. Mrs. Ruth King
visiting were four girls from the Georgia "art 1 'the rib! tirnvrr nod poll r Mrs. H. C Hunt I To Coach Music
Five Points Baptist who were Interested Fun Club News.
In forming a"W A In their Mrs Williams attends Florida ""''I win atiRwciwrt hv naming "my ary Hostess For Meet of
own church. State University at Tallahassee ff-Tltc I1f"'pr holHiT"! s Friends will be Interested to

I Mr. Williams Is attending! the Mr .1..r. n ToorT rrpoHMhi BY SALLY JOHNSON Edna Davis Circle i hear that Mrs. Ruth King Crim
Before I
Miss Janice Hil- .
supper hnnm! heave nlinl he
of Florldi at Gaines. In who recently purchased a home on
burn. Auxiliary president, I led the vllle.University Both of Yu'ce ersnted l 1 In front pf hc bn..iltt.TH '. HI! f l The Edna Davis Circle of Me- North Fletcher Avenue will com.

group In devotions High School.are graduates" ..!...> In M pi.tare fl 0"'.'. In the I I was not at the Fun Club last mortal Methodist Church met' at mence coaching this week In var.

Following supper, Mist Copes I h"'..i 1tal Hut-luff' April, and M-v, week but I understand that the I the home of Mrs II C Hunt :Monday Moue' aspects of her musical profusion .
presented a talk centered on "The After April K the couple will be Tim ,,."'1rA.,,. "! .''* nil H participants had a very nice time. allciniHin. .
Life of Mini Annie at home at 322 East Oakland Ave. ... Three members
Armstrong for flight, wx nr "ntpH bv Mr. R. ml.'etinlrcrrcsb..
Prior to the graduated from
whom and In whose honor the I nue, Tallahassee.Mrs. I II n Lrokw'i-rH' Mr. I.. S. rMr -..... !1 won free CckesI hostess Mrs Crlm was :
meats were served by the (I I Syracuse University, Colleges of
;f
March week of prayer offering Is ., r.: .1 Flvln, end Mr. C M.'ivo'l I n the 'Bean

If, ''tned. .. .,.., | D. A. Theobald Knr1: t-vkc: tonics Inrliirl. lulz' game i Mrs meeting W. W.with Stewart prayer Jr.and openedthe welcomed graduation Fine Arts and she Teachers'studied' Voice. Following under

According to Miss Copes, Miss 'piflower hold"rs, l''n'$'I"'n. .r.nnm Auto Trip' was
and has
Elected President J the 14 members present 1| New York City teachers
I
Armstrong was secretary to the I Id jrpnK and irprMTlM. Mm, ulayed again and The spiritual: l.lo progiam a given''wide experience as chorus and 01'.
Southern Baptist YWA. for Of Camellia Club Vlvln mndc nn nrrftngcmrnt In a ; he Westenss1
many -
by Mrs! L K. :Ni'luii was entitled, chestra leader.
which she plea rettery' haiket. : iquare Dance
years during was a dynamic 1 "
eduta-
fore la many related fields. Followers Mrs. R. E. Phinney was hostess Each member then made an Ar.r.na"nn' v a s enjoyed, "Easter, The missionary Her compositions have been pub-
Miss Methodist
to the Camellia Garden Club her Kathy Sue Rytunt daughter\ ;iquare Dancing i lion program, "Manilla fished by The Theodore Presser
at of flower ]
In her
In
spring
her mission where
reading/ room Sunday School Class lof !Mr and !Mrs J. F, nylimt 634 Social Center," was presented by Company of Philadelphia Pa and
home I the
with Mrs.J.
she made her office In Baltimore Monday evening/ ram holder or container A prlrerf i on program
South 1511)) Street has recently Mrs R. B, Loikucuil. F. Summey Company
I The Clayton
C. Bennett Jr,, assisting. mlnlHturc ceramic rnWiltii for next
Md., her home she handled all Holds March Meet WM
been awarded a 1409-a.year Ccncr.al : 111. i Ado)
Y.WA correspondence without the Mrs. T, W. Oliver president, presided Awarded to Mrs T. J. fnrbptt for Scholarship Loan for the Pre I week, alsoCheryll ( I Mrs. E. P. Davis Sr., thanked of Chicago __ __ ___ __h_

aid of a typewriter. She traveled to The Faithful Followers Sunday and opened the meeting with the best MTanpement. Mrs lovHl I paration of Teachers, effective beginning Canon Troy Davis, Deb.
the West and worked with Indians, school class of Five Points Baptist I the club I prayer l In unison wrn the door prize which was a with the 1964-63 school I by O'Neal Ikey Key. Jonl Jones '

and worked In her own home area Church held Its monthly meeting at I Mrs. Thomas 0 Hall was wel. I rimcllla plant. I year. Chuck Rogers, Vivian Harvey and

wllh immigrant I minorities.ftslclc I 7,30 p'm, at the home of Mrs.Jackie comed as a new member. ; Janice Lewellen are all new members
Davis I This award was made on the and we hope they had a nice
from the numerous letters Members voted to join other gar. Selma| Kindiq Circle basis of her
Mr. Tommy Carter read the de. standing on the recent I time. Every week new people are
stir wrote to various Y.WA.'i In den clubs In the city to form an
votlon which Meets With competitive examination and ccm- joining our club No students from
was followed bypry'r. Monday
longhand, It was most outstanding Assoelatlonal Executive Council, ,
pllarce with the other
The old and requirementsfor St Michael's\ School have
that she never accepted a salary new businesswas consisting of the president and one Mrs. Chas. Tomlinson holding this come Waas Drug StoreATLANTIC
discussed Regret was registered delegate member from each club, ( / scholarship. !I II I yet. They are welcome and so are
by member at the loss of : : I Kathy, presently a senior at Fer any other fifth and sixth graders
to meet quarterly The Mmn; KlndlB Circle of theFlret
Master Jay Weinaug circle member Mrs Stanley Bra. I Inandlna Beach High School Is hls- who would like to participate In
The nominating committee submitted i Baptist Church met Monday
Honored loll; she recently moved to Tallahassee .torlan' of the Tri-HI-Y Club, vice the fun If! every Friday afternoon AVENUE
At Party a slate of officers. to serve I i,inlnht with Mr. Charles Tomllnson I I
[president of F.HA., a member ot from 3.30 to S:00 p.m. at the Roe
On 6th BirthdayMaster I The class elected the following for next year which wrre elected i MM. Ben Rller chairman, as follows: ,I the mooting, welcoming those
new officers: President Mm Clyde Women All proudly announcesthe
I II i I II' over town the good word
I
Jay Weinaug was the Mrs. D A. Theobald president, nreient. Mm D L. Smith Mrs '
Hickox Vice president Mrs. Paul She has been
I ; accepted at Florida I about the Fun Club is getting
guest of honor at a patio and lawn I Mrs. J. H LaChante, vlce-presl- Reno Tomlinson, Mrs Vlrl1lnlaPrll'r.
Johnson; Group Captains Mrs I'Slate University where she around. for famous
plans : Some people had these
., Mrs. Charles Grant. Mrs agency
dent Mrs E.
patty at his home Friday afternoon I I ; P. Slupliton secretary
Franklin Townsend, Mrs. Jackie : to study to be a high school English comments about It:
Pauline Parrlsh Mrs. Lucille Saw.
from two-thirty until four o'clock. ; and Mrs S. J. Urcslin trca-
j
Davis IHrkox and
I Mrs Clyde Mrs. teacher.As .
Hii parents, Mr. and Mrs R. J. surer, Per Mrs Nell!| Lathrnp. Mrs. Gall | : CECIL GILL: "I like to come because I
David Gulden Reporter, Mrs
; Lancaster. Mrs. W, R Price Mrs the holder of a teachers' It's lot of fun and I like the
Weinaug, Jr., were hosts for the
James Nunet Historian, Mr. Mrs. E. C, Burgess, Jr gave
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affair, given In celebration of his I Townsend. helpful tips on flower arrange Marv Fuller Mrs Melvie Lots scholarship, Kathy Is required to games and I like the dancing and
sixth birthday. poloh, and visitors Mrs. Cherry register as a full-time student In I like to choose: my own partners
ments before members assembled
The class motto I
new was an.nounccd
Hall and Mrs II F. Bockelman. an approved Florida college or but I don't like for them to turn
A cowboy theme was carried out si, "To Live for Christ," In the den to make an arrange. university, have her program ofstudies me down"
In. the patio decorations, complete the new aim, "To Keep Christ In ment with the container and flowers Mn Smith Rave the devotional
approved by the head of the
wljh cowboys: atop the largo birthday Our Lives Dolly" each carried to do "Flowers As entitled, "Women of the Tomb I department of I MARVIN LEE: "Well\ I like to
education and make
cake. Party cloth, napkins and Refreshments were served by You Like Them," program topic based on Mark 16: 1-6, closed with dance and I like to pick my own ,

appointment! carried out the party the hostess, Mrs T. G. Hall won top prize with Prayer calendar and prayer by satisfactory the requirements progress toward for obtaining meetIng partner and I like It because I avl
decor. Cake was served with lee I her arrangement of camellias and Mrs. Sawyer. j learn to dance and they teach you
certificate
In
a to teach the Florida
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cram and punch. azaleas In driftwood. Business of the circle wis discussed schools to play all kinds of games,
Holmes Delmar public
Quest's places were marked with I Door prizes, petunia and coleus with all members urged to Upon graduation from collegeshe I PAM KITTRELL: "I like Fun
I
favors of Easter eggs, candy, bal. Vows Repeated In plants, were won by Mrs Larry remember Fifth Monday Rally on will be expected to leach consecutlvcly Club because It's lots of fun and I

loons, noisemakers, and a toy for Sellers and Mrs, T. W. Oliver, Jr. March 30th In a public kindergarten/ dike to dance better than anything l
ea$h. Ceremony Sunday The hostesses served delicious A most challenging program entitled elementary, secondary school, or'' and I like the boys because they're
dessert of parfait Iced cake "I Must Act" was presentedby real sweet.
>Curing/ the afternoon appropriate Mis Dorothy Kathryne Holmesof Junior college In Florida for at
salted nuts and coffee, to several members, JANICE LEWELLEN: "I like It
I
squares .
least the number of she ''
party games were enjnyed and Brunswick Georgia became the years received
the sixteen member present The meeting was closed with because you get to learn how to
prices were awarded to Olin Car. bride of George Dolmar In a cer. scholarship assistance.
+ teil Thought for the month, Quick piayer by Mrs. Lotspelch. I play lots of games and I like the l
Jr., GInny Hanna and Lisa many Sunday afternoon at five. "
for heavy heads to square dancing and 'Bunny Hop' 1
thirty o'clock at the home of the surgery prone
Owjens.Jnjoylng bend, like zinnias and mums to W.M..S Visitation For Well, have fun! See you next
Five Points I
the bridegroom on South Fletcher Ave.
affair with the honoreje
straighten, Insert a toothpick In Holy Week Revival week!
; and his parents were, Glenn ,nue, center of the bloom. Holds March MeetThe PROGRAM FOR f'RID.WJARCII:
Brtwton Olin Carter, Jr Fred Judge J. E Weitherford I
? per. Underway TonightA Seth) : The finest,
Gufst, Jimmy Mulllii, DavU Sir. formed the ceremony before a CARD OF TIiANKS WMS. of the Five Paints i Ice Breaker ZIP: Square
mans, Keith Tarplry I Tho. gathering of the couple close ,I Baptist I Church held! Hi monthly I visitation program for I lie Holy Dance 'fundamentals), 10 min. koJil freshest candies

mat, Chip Clark, nnergu : friends Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Oliverwere Words cannot express our appreciation business meeting Wednesday, Week revival to be held at Memorial ule break you can buy. .

Jejni Haddock, Lisa Owens, Diane I the only attendants for the for the many kind things March 11 at the church. Methodist Church will begin Group Gamp TUNNEL: RACE: CltoG

Powell Ginny Hanna, Beth Alday, bride and bridegroom I so many of you did for the four of Mrs. Only: Barber, president tonight, Thursday, and will con. Folk Dance AMERICAN GIRL

Nafcy Vinn and D ayne Sims. Following. HIe ceremony a dinner lug 1', during Don's recent Illness I Ipieslded over the meeting. : tlnue Friday and Sdtuidiy POIKA, and Square Dance 6OJ Delicious Russell Stover
Assisting the hcstcss with re was held at the Firebird near Thank you for everything, especially hire Leonard Lyons gave a devollon Toby Powell, general chairman, TEXAS STAR. $

freshments and games were, Cathy Klngsland Georgia I your friendship and prayers on stewardship, reading urges those he has contacted to be ------ Candies are famous every.

Vain, Carman Vann and Beth AIda \. Mr. and Mrs Delmar will makes I signedi( I The Heilners I from Psalms 9(1( :78. ]Mrs Biiben present for a final meeting tonight/ The is extended cordial J \ bolt where for their superb

:!&'... .. their home In Fernandina Beach Don Marlene, Denise and Donald I led In prayer. Mrs Bill Parker at 7:30: p,m. Invitation public to worship at a the Holy e quality and freshness .
- Rev Nelson P. ,
the names from the mission Mo\er pastor
'gave Week services $315 they're delivered to us fresh
.
ary prayer calendar and led In and Evangelist for the revival announces
sermon topics for the weekas weekly.
remembering each,
prayer 2 ll. box
c ]Mrs, Norman Oullvle and :Mrs follows
r Jerk Bridges volunteered to work Sunday evening, "The Two Prlndpals I

with Sunbeams, filling the vacancy I of Life I ," I SOLD IiHROUGHIHE
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; left by the resignation of Mrs J. Monday, "The Glorious Hope." | T
fory Easter "chicks' W. Keen. Tuesday, "Everything Is Of God" ,

1 your ; The members rend Psilm 1041:1 1In Wednesday, "God's Love Never I WAHi ADS
.
}' unison alter which Mrs Barber Ends; Waas Drug Store

spoke on (lh,' Importance of prayer Thursday, "Thou Prcparcst a I i
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P and thankfulness III the lives of Table
t Christ Inns. Friday, "It Is Finished"\ > I
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Mrs, Clark !Still closed the meetIng - -
Little Girls Lead The with prayer

Other members pl'l'Rrnl'Nt',
Parade With Pretty Mrs, Kennlo Braddock. Mrs Cur.

sit 1 'r tis Bass, 11 lI's. Ronnie livers, Mrs. 9e NEW 1964 SPRING BONNETS

it S New Fashions From l' II N. Thompson and :Mrs. Leonard y

Neasc. '
i. x. JUST ARRIVED FOR

A. S. Allan1 Mrs. Rutishauser

i t Sites rt Surprised At Party EASTER SALE

Given By Daughters
t 3 x tr

L $asa Mrs. C. P. Rutlsluuier\ / \ was dellRhtfullv + A HUNDREDS OF BEAUTIFUL STYLES TO

i 'rn One Visit To Our Store t h entertained Monday( even. tQ '.

: $7 9i Will fires! Up The Entire log at her home with a surprise CHOOSE FROM

: Family For Easter party In celebration of her blrlh- _

i day !Hostesses were her two dauuhters -

Sizes Morn. Mrs K, P. Fachko and Mrs.S FLOWER HATS STRAW HATS FABRIC HATS

: 7.14 InfllntM anti Toddlers R. Stevenson

$3.93 To $S.95 The pnrlv rooms were attractiveIv ALL PASTEL WHITES BLACKS
: $2.9lnd $::1.I"! decorated In a pastel yellow and IN NEW COLORS -

green motif. ellow\ sweetheartroses
BROWNS BLUES AND BEIGE
provided the cnterpleie fur

the refreshment table where a handsome .

s, parade i perfect served tiered with yellow birthday and green cake party was Priced $2.98 To $25.0O&| h

sandwkhcs, nuts and\ mints Mrs

rI Fachkn presided, at the silver\ service .

I oousw.oarii sherbet and t Mrs punch Stevenson poured lime THE BEST OF THE FAMOUS BRANDS -

I Honoring Mrs nutl hau'f'r'I're

her personal family fileiulsStork sod .a number of close, Not Just Low Priced, Obsolete Styles of Big City Stores, But The Latest



r ] I ClubRecent Creations In High Priced Lines. Each Price Ranges 0% Less Than Any



"'f,,; He'll Be The Proudest, Follow arrivals at !HumphreysMermiiltil Other Store Anywhere, or Return I It t For Full Cash Refund.


In The Parade Wearing Hand. Hospital:

4f ; / A son Richard Icon born March 1964 SWIM SUITS ARRIVING
3 some New Boysyr From Our LARGE ASSORTMENT
\urv' 4 to Richard and :\IarielIl1dll.ton.: ,

( Outstanding: Collection For Ht. 1 1. Box 237 BETTER HOSIERY GLOVES DAILY


Easter and Spring Mnke Your !March A daughter S to Ferris Dibnra and Jean JacquelineLee horn AND HANDBAGS At 5 0 % Less


ew Selection Here Soon.ry A son of Sadler Robert Rd Arthur, born March At 5 O% Savings Than Big City Stores

7 to Riberl! and) Kathleen Pcnsa Or Return For Full Cash RefundHIFASHION

307\ south nm st.
WEE LADS SML2M & $3: t1SJ !)
A daughter Terri Lynn, born
!March S to Calvin amt Jeannette

.'.,.. Jones Box 1116. Vulee. I Ii DEPARTMENT STORE

J BOYS Sizes 3.7-KM A. S. Allanls A son Kevin Alan, born March :
i 9 to Allen: and Judoo Me Lain, 206CIlrviM 112 ATLANTIC: AVENUE FERNAND1NA BEACH. FIA.

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State FBHS GraduatesIn Father Duncan Sets "
\\w'e Agencieslend
Mrs, Gertrude D. Blatchford George C Pickett Jr. was welcomed F I : Holy Week Services-
Supervisor Miss Frances Part.
by family and friends Satur.
ridge and Mrs. Betty P. CoU, day as he returned from Houston Support To College NewsThree At St. Michael's .
Health Nurses of :Nassau County I Texas where he visited after hu

Health Department recently attended I discharge from the Air Force He Fernandlna Bead Rev Fr. Leonard Duncan pan.
highSehaol
a Time and Cost Study tor has been stationed at Keculer AF Historical Groups tor. announce the following IIIIr.vl..e. .
graduates are In the news
Public Health :Nursing Services at due at Biloxi Miss. for Holy Week at St Mich
Ihi* week at (their re :>eellve colleKe
the State Board of Health In Jack I I i Mn: Juv Bnrtelni:' president of ael'i Cithollc Church
sonvlllc.: Mrs James Kearns and son John the Gene-mi Duncan Lamont Clinch : IIOLTlltRSDAY Mass 7:SOp
cf Allenton Va.. recently visited I I At the University: of Florida Jim
HIstnrlcBl Procesmon
Society and chairman ol m. of the Blessed
John W, with Mrs. Robert Babb and Wileox. Jr., and Buddy Jacobs
Mrs Douglass 114 S. i family. I the spiny! pponlnlod Slat Board Sacrament The First CommimUcant
61 h St., U resting comfort ibly In I I STEAK AND ALL THE TRIMM1.VS: 'the were tapped by the Florida Blue
: Mr. and Mrs E. W. Duggan/ was fare ns, the regular and \'IItlintt't'l fire. for the Rotnraihn and Prewrva. will receive their First Holy
entertained .
St. Luke's Hospital alter undergo. Fred Sigmund and th'lr'' men of (the city hId' their annual dinner At the fire Matlon!! Saturday night Thin Hen of H>'torlcal Sites on Amelia Key, for membership. The orianlza.'thin Communion at thin Mas. Adt.ra.

Inn surgery/ on Monday. :Mrs I DIUD- son Jimmy from High Point CoU reap of the large number in attendance are winding up their contribution toward Island and,! Mr. Evert Klvln see.rolnrv I 1M the imivc-imly't honorary. lien 8.JO until Midnight. ,
leadership for and
men
lam IB the mother of Mrs T. II. group memIbership 'i.
polishing( off all but of the Historical SooMv and
Icge In High Point N. C. for the the hones la highly coveted ROOD! FRIDAY Stations cat
Blatchford and Robert W. Doug II member of the Board of Director, 1
weekend The Cross at 3 p.nv, Evening Mam
lass of this city Only nineteen students received
I I i r: :!"wp' '\ 't'" were In TalUlmmiep tjixt Friday; to I and llely Communion 5.30 p m.
Mr. and Mrs. T E. Dishy! are tending GcorEli!! Southern College ,' 1' '" consult. with official! on ncvcr.'ilnrci the honor HOLY SXTl'ltriAY BleiMlHof ; '
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Mrs. Robert Bahb and daughter |'I happy to have their daughter Jane II ) III Stntesb.iro where she will return ; ....' f., .. 1 |>(,8pd projects of the Iwo ourn- At Georgia fech. James R the Pimhnl Five and the other
Kathy spent the weekend at KSU home from Abraham Baldwin In ,' '*" "'t r < i elm. Knight vtas aimed! hluhest In clans ceremonies at 11 p 01, Mld.iislU
with Terry Babb fur family we k'i llfton I I I Ga, for the spring holidays i " ,' Mm. njirtoli reported (lint Ney und,! has been rerciRiil/ed! by the blues
end and the circus On their return Mr. ,
American Institute of Chemical
Lamlrum, Direrlor of the Florida
i otJ _. ..
the '
trip they toured Wauchula Springs | --- ------ -
Friends of Mrs, Betty Walker Outdnnr necrenllcmnt rinnnlnuCrmmlttre Engineers,

Miss Judy Walker of Cincinnati, I will regret to hear she has been I houn mother, dineniwed at lonulh the The institute award a hedge 1 Jim who U Just completing till

Ohio will arrive Saturday to spend l I confined to Humphreys Memorial 'Ij j IIrnnrll'e! tc' orntlon of Fcnt Sun and ribbon Id lint Junior In chcmU laird yror a* a cooperative studunt,
Hospital since last Thursday Her I I I Tech: ranked Junior only b .
| the Easter holidays with her uncle Mr. Carlo Irnl rntiinterlna at Georgia wan a* a ?
I condition Is said to be Improving. whit hat made the highest recordon he entered Tech with advanced .
Goldsboro I lie armored all assist. cause
j possible
and aunt Mr. and !Mrs A, G. Me.
I i guests of ante with the plan and staled he the work of the llrst two years Handing and earned credl
Arthur at their home at Amelia, I j
John Bennett of Jacksonville was for students In tile for the of 6 orc
equivalent quarter
cooperative
Miss Walker will return home tin hoped lo be abl. to assign! a represcnlallve .
I the weekend guest of Dr. and Mrs their 'elf f first three years. >'liege! work In 5 quarter of enl::
In thin
| March 29 j[ Cecil Brewton and daughter! Mar. 'I'i; area aa atom on I'
few more .' funds are available to oru.ml/e and The winner also rrl'rlVl'I' 2- legs
gle. sitnicrlpilon In either of the Ho attended local public M-hmili'
year
Miss Judy Sheffield, a student at' ccxircllnnte nil plans. '
I Friends two rhenilrnl enKlnc-triiig publlenlions. for II gradualing IrontHlIS
I Andrew College In Culhherl Ga., N. K. Millc-r. Jr. Director of the years
Col.
E. V Garcia visiting In '
or! Mr. -'i ? ,
) In IMil!
[ arrived home Friday to spend Ihl' South Carolina, was called home will be 'A''' Florida Park Service, In a written mm .4
(spring hollchvi with her mother, suddenly due to the death of hlgi I home g t' ntnlemi-nl advliied. "the Florida 4 ,

(:Mrs. Hale Sliellleld and family i brother, W E. Gurxla: In Jackson born N '. Park Senlc-e 1M l greatly Interested |
t. 1.8monl'CII1I'h .
vine from In the Huncnn Illn.tiMiciil
the
Mr. and Mrs L, P.. Durden \\1.)
SiH'li-iy'i for I'l'Rtnra.
come Acme their son Albert from Friends of Susan Bailey will be Mrs 1 : :NOTE was coat on the festive steak dinner Linn of the Old Town plans area at Ame.lla OUR PRICES ARE

[Andrew College In Cuthbert, Ga., glad to know she Is borne with her Jeff volunteer and regular firemen last t Saturday night Island WI prpvnlly hell title RIGHT!
waiting linnslcr for the coming parents Mr. and Mrs Burns Bailey cent, Ga. :Mi-Krndrpe asked for n moment t of silence in I Ito the Ft. San Carlo Rile on the .I I I

'ear I for spring holidays. She Is at- Miss )' of recently deceased Fire Chief Hmt t l-ofton. I I original pli/a, and will welcome You no longer have 'la go to JjckMinvllle .

--- -- -- -- : I Ira nd11101 I ) ('(' la which I.orton'a held Is mirrored in the the 1 II opportunity' I : ; to Include I It In the to get good prices im tires .

Mrs I fare of I those in blll'kltround.I. nvmill rpHlorailon plnn." GOODYEAR: HAS COMrKTITlVK: PIU<,ES .We will IHr I ;

I louvllle Mr. M.nlcls and Mr, Kvc: laterl llcil the riorlclii )HI' lime guarantee on your fires
For the best i nephew l lelnpment CnmrnlMiun and were
'I Lawrence
ndvltrd Audrey II Burr feature PRICES DETERMINE QUALITY!
I Mr. : The writer, ullli the Florida News Hu. I

in skin Strger!! mean, had kern anslitned "taff writer Lasserre Motor Co.
care I her I fur nationwide new relensr nil

ily here. Garden Basket I the iipromhiR hlHtcirli'iil pageant to 629 South' Hth Street (Phone 261-3H19. .
visit with I bo presented at Ft. Clinch by the .
cosmeticsby I tonville tliHlorlcal Society In tho near I'u-I I
In Florida 0 I BY JANE SCCFIEI.D; lure

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GARDEN BASKET this Thomas Theobald

II I of, a Mid-March hook. Howover we find, It Melton RemindsOf Makes Honor Roll
LUZIERFOR
of place there for It la At
| Howey Academy GROTONEPELLETS
book' so clearly and :
Parcel Post I
APPOINTMENT arranged that needed In | 1I0WF.V.THR:-IItI.LS Tim-
H'lt' I Is rend at a glance Wo mm Thcnlmld him been, plirrd on
PHONE BILLIE PAGE, 261-5789 The I GUIDE: TO FLOR. Rate IncreasePostmaster I lie honor roll for I the fourth nix

by I \\SCAPE PLANTS II:: I week of cbsic nl IInlll'y Aendemv -
I i
the EXOTICS byl I II W H. Melton re.1 Hr, C A. Vaughn, Jr, Arartomv -
{I Watkins University of I II minded residents! of Fernandlna heiiilinnster anniiunced Thin
dent { Press, $ Bench today lint an effeelKc' date- week
)I II
roll l I : ; Ri:3.publishing of April 1 has been set for
was 3ft( new do. flrailes: arc nwirclcd< collected Watkins Is well known) mostle parcel post rate Inc'rc-awi, tent ruttier than Inner basis at (the $2.98 ,.

Han TheatrePhone erson I gardening/ world, I The paiecl post Increase ap." Acndemy. l Dr VmiKlm mild and loBttnln
/ to It through the I proved recently by the InlcrsUtpCommeice I the honor roll cllKtlnc>llnn n
A new \ vast store of scientific I II Commission, and /over.aging Undent must ninlntnln nn civcrullavernue "GOES TWICE AS FAR"

261-4849' C. E. Reach M..... makes I find! practical experience I II about 13 I'; Is expected! of 111 or above
Garner I by a lively and contag to yield FRIDAY SATURDAYMARCH The I of plants. His life work llirrln In ccnlrnl Florida\ llowcyI I FREE DELIVERYHardee I :.

Trouble with Florida plant muter I Catalog; rates will be Im rested I Acudeniy In a ncin-piofit, cneiliijcullnnal -
20 & 21 and landscaping.( )lie came to approximately IJr', mid will I pro., I preparutorv school for
I |
Friday 7:30 Saturday 2:30: A 'Z.tO: If there I of Florida In 1926 dace added: revenue of, about I 1 $24 resident and day slndentn. Ninety.: ;
above !!! S. degree!! from the Univ. million if 12! volume Is maintain. five per rent of Hi graduate eonllnue .
TWO BIG JERRY LEWIS HITS Joining I Pittsburgh, obtained his ed.The their ecltirnllnn at the cnlleKc Bros. :
.
contact degree from the UnlVl'r.I higher rotes do not affect air level

"ROCK A BYE BABY"JERRY I grade ( I and as a member i,pared post or Inlern.illcinal;, pin'eel.. Tlicibald, N Iho Ron of Mr. and'
I faculty tnuglil I MM.
punt I n. A. Thriibnlcl.
WI'II. I I I 218 Atlantic Avenue
LEWIS { plant propagation/ land. PoKlmasler Mellon said he hue

nursery opera hl'rnldvl.'d/ by !1'ostm.T.ler General Classifieds Pay Off
.
(' 261.5205's I I materials, until his '
plant ) John A fironmmkl; Ihul the d('.
Friday !9:2K) Saturday 4:78: & 9:28: be -
In the summer of 11.
Non of the /ICC will assist (flue .
W. Grown <<
authority behind many Post Office Department In rallying .
"DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP"JERRY gen .
his leaching confm- out Its hjeelhe of reducing the
to the classroom but drain on 111(' Federal treasury by
LEWIS tlnough Extension bullo. I $100 million.

TECHNICOLORSUNDAY / ailleles. radio pro- The lust; p.ireel post Increase was ri
beaks) lie has written I on Fibiuiiy I I. I'M' ), Ilic! PimlnKis-: i
Probably the most I ter pointed'' aid t
& MONDAY dealing with gardening To Illustrate the cflc'ct rat the new '

I Is VOtH: FUWlin rules here, Mellon noted (Hut a the best r
MARCH 22 & 23:
: which he cn.nuthnrcd b
six
-pound parcel which I Is the t
20:! & : 7.tO:\ Heiliert, S. Wolfe. '
Sunday : 79: ( Monday : overawe weight for local nri'H dressedbunnies ;
.
by Professor Watkins" dellvriy will rust 37e Insteiid of 32e:! -
"OF LOVE AND ofslRE"lIERI.E ;\ OF OHO1III\ (JROWINO.:
: ,
; OK THE ANTIILKS ::

\ OI1ERON GUIDE: TO H-OIUIJA\ carries tills week a couple of Items r
: I PLANTS! I: PALMS which bccaUM, i lof limilinein must wear
1
TECHNiCOl.qR
-r j if !: Mini'llS, VINES.; I| be brought I ii,) lluht
his second book, im Fl >r- )First, there Is the dear lillle ,+: reI.

--- | ('alll' plnnti, Professor, white red.find I 1111 tree on the- :
provides In outline form corner of the Y E, (Hull property ;
ll'dlie nor needs nlm.it Atlantic Avenue! at IKth. It shows

r \ for patio and In. evidence of good' care, fur It has
TWO DOOR 114 use Each: of 110 pane grown considerably' since we mentioned
:: to a single!!! plant with It last year and Is now opening '
of illustrations r
pages shiny white blossoms' Pause to

those thnt have many look at It on your trip to the beach.In I TESTED IN A LIVING LABORATORY ,
---- b s-aa Giant such as the phllodendron. passing, let us say that the use

f common name and the of the usual common names for tills

:: r' 2-Door name of the phut with little beauty Is Impossible.' The new ;
It Iti "" and meaning and an term "while red-hud" is lauuli.ibli' > /

ZERO- Illustration appear al and there can be no asxiid illon Easter r
o i 4i ." the page, and Informa- with Judas' for this white lilissonuHl .
i HOLDS If it follows under these tree In certainly not blushing
:
Ie oe of FROZEN : family, relatives h.iliil- In shdine Lel'i full hack on Im shoes: j
t of plant how lo Identify scientific n.ime and call It a while
cultivated In Florida fol ciTds pronounced i sir-sis) union / :
AUTOMATIC fruit, landscape< '' IN URGE requirement growing give It its full name of Girls can. 'J'h'y11' hop Into Ctrstw with all the vigor of B'rcr Rabbit, .

culture, propagation, adensli vat alba, which merely
chapters on the care states mat It Is a white form of wearing Acrobats delightful now styles. These shoe tested :

i of tropical exotics and our hardy red-hud to he found
for and comfort found
Included In a livinq laboratory quality wore :
f 4 CAMCT propagation are from Florida. lu Canada. Mr Hull's

j 1 w ONE SLI There Is an Index In healthy little creels certainly gives superior in every way. You will, too. Choose early I
are listed under their promise of making Its contribution
names, a glossary/ of but- lo the beauty of the! spilnulime from the wide range of colors and stylos priced r
r PLUS .2 t used and a handy while flowering trees and shrubs of S
i
J Drawers e Wire guide our city, ,so very low. iI
Tray*'Butter
., should prove Invaluable Drive around town this week fur I
movable
EM
home owner who have the purpose/ of enjoying the splendor
I Back 14 Cu. $. .: Coppwton, planter to keep atlrae. of the! dogwoods./ Certainly our > >
3
\ orWhitr to lovers ol house plants barrier Isl ind Is not the spot a d usable Is It that it pro. wood would! choose f> call home, I .,
become as well-wurn and which should make on pause and
:. OnIJ $ as a cook book. In the think what ran be accninpllxhcd
i--
:
library. It would he an with a lillle effort. Just one yearof
I zzzs h needed reference bonk the blossoming beauty of the
MODEL TB-305Y now too teed for an In layered boughs should enmpensnte
1 horticulture Good teaihir the owner of a dogwood for his In-

through comprehensive Itlal care of it, and the dogwood '
Payments As Low As $9.38 Per / of material, !has done blooms for years.

provide a know.huw
has given status' to loved I

h. has provided' grow. .
Five Points
Grocery & HELP SMOKE
ready Information and an Established/ 1878

vocabulary to give BEAR PREVENT 313 Atlantic Ave
>nal satisfaction and to 4
Five Points Phone II In the disseminating FOREST FIEE8ft Phone 261.4211PIPI

i.tnowlerigo of exotic plant Ii'

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Caere Six News-Leader! ( Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, March 19, 1964
r Your engineers estimate, with a

reasonable rate structure, that the 62 Qualified Lewis Announces Bird Qualifies Fernandina Beach schools from

sewer system would provide some 1936 to 1947. We are parents of two

s $50000 for debt service This to. Continued from Page One) children, Jimmy, 17, and Annie
t 4' >wore gether with the amount the City Is (Continued from Page One) (Continued from Page One) Jean. 11.

now spending to subsidize the sewer Bnard of Public Instruction. DIs. "If "I have lived in Nassau
reflected
I shall County
do ute "I .
trlct i W. A. my will endeavor to contact all
system, would Haddock.
adequately cover all Henry
most all
to continue to serve our hosPltal's registered my life have been a taxpayer
[ costs of operation and debt service. Clyde Nicks Hubert Vanzant. voters throughout Nas. '
best for 25 and have been .
Interests. 1 i years a
have beena I' rcjllslered
"As to ownership of the water Board of Public Instruction DIs. member lau County to the best of my abll-
of voter.
your Board of Trus. fry, and will
trlct 4 appreciate all consideration
Charles
system, we feel the best Interests B Jones
tees since January 1961 and It has "I have been employed for
26
Supervisor shown me In the Dcmocra-
of
of the City would be served by have Registration Roy i Indeed been '
L. Arflln, Dorothy a pleasure to serve tic Primary on May S, years at Container Corporation of
Ing direct control of expansion pro. Jeffreys Balogh, In
you this
capacity. I thank "If elected America and am at present Station.
you
to this
office I
will
grams, rate structure and servlc. Leroy Berrle, Kathryn (Tccnei 1 for
Ing. The system would be financially Haddock, Luclle Kitchens, Don your am trust and confidence endeavor, to the best of my Judgment ary Engineer In the Power Departmint. .
married to .
.7 < the former
feasible with the Inclusion of "Beano" Roberts Louise Jones Mildred and ability to perform all
Crawford
the rate Increase Florida Public Wlngate [parents of three and we are the the duties and responsibilities. James M. (Jimmy) Bird, Sr"

Utilities Is presently requesting, Constable, District 1 Sam H. live members of ions We are ac. "I have been and always will be

w I With the new rates, the City would Jones Glenn E. Kitchens, J. W. list Church at Kings the Ephcsus B3p. Interested In everything for the NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM

have, after all costs of operation Peters, Jesse M. Register "I am a director of Ferry the Hilliard betterment and progress of Nassau I ? Write to Helen Alptrt,

some $78,500 to apply against debt Constable, District S John :I Medical Center County National Senior Center LehiKh
service, which probably would not Henry Brandies, Ralph N. \Hicks Nassau County; i director of the 'I am a veteran of World War 2, Acres, Florida, or In care of sin
Farm
exceed $55000'From Ronald H. Surrcncy. chairman of the Bureau; serving In the Navy for 44 months I' newspaper. Write today for the
Nassau
an earnings standpoint Constable, District 6 F. C Forest Fire Prevention County 28 of which was overseas. free list of the many booklets

qa t we find that the system theoretically Geiger, Robert R Geiger, 0. A. a property owner and committee. ; "I am a member of St. Peter's 'and services available to you,

A i should have a value of $709,000 Johns I tupsYl'r."May Episcopal Church, belong to F end compliments of this column.

vl | to the City. This figure Is arrivedat Justice of the Peace District 1 continue I to say that I do, and will A. M Amelia Lodge!! No 47, the
,
by determining that the anticipated Felton V. Moore. appreciate your vote Parent Teacher Association and

GUEST HERE LAST WEEK wan Col Paul Ramee, new net Income from the system Justice of the Peace, District S and end active service support to In this campaign I I,B.E.W. Local 2018 Trade At Home

district engineer of the Savannah District of the II. S. of $78,500 would amortize, Ted L. Drlggers Frank Shaffer. B. C, (BennIe our hospital.) "I am marrlea to the former

City DiscussesContinued Corps of Engineers./. Ramee met with a local !group at the over a thirty-year period a debt Justice of the Peace, District 6- Lewis Margaret Stewart who taught, in .

I Seaside Inn to discuss the waterways in this area. Leftto consisting of $709,000 to purchasethe I I. T. Blake, Ben L. Lynn. -

<(< from Pace One) right City !Manager David Gatchel; Ray Caldwell system plus $142000 capital ex Hospital Board District 2 -
Louis A. Ferrelra, J. W "Bully"
News-Leader editor; Joe Freer, of the U. S. Engineers penditures recommended by your
and acquainting( them with the reasons ; engineers. This Is not to say that Jones I
Ramee; E. E. Lasserre of the Ocean Highway and Port STOREWV.DE %
for such a meeting the water system should not be Hospital Board, District 4 -'

, Johnson had this to lay! Authority; George Davis, Harbormaster; and II. W. purchased at a figure In excess of Lester Davis, B C. "Bennie" Lew.Is :

"Municipal Governments are Fishier, city attorney. Others in attendance were Jack $709.000, but Is simply one of a I

charged with the responsibility of Woodward of the Chamber of Commerce Road and Bridge number of methods or rules of Hospital Board, District II-C. I

health, safely and welfare of the committee; Ed Comely, of the Fernandina Shipping Co., thumb used to arrive at a reasonable \. W. "Cliff" Brandies Brenda C.

citizens which they are elected to and Jim Heard City Director of Public Works. price for a water utility system Cravey.
icrve. In this connection your City County Surveyor George W.Lovcsee. .

Commission has been confronted "While no firm negotiations with I
of achieving It were a very cloudy ed a source of Income
with the problems of sewer exltn- proven the Florida Public Utilities Com. Port Authority, District 1- Harry I
question. When the last expansion which coupled with the monthly
sane for many yeari. With this In pany have been begun, there appears D Johnson I II
took In 1955, ad val
program place service charge for sewer and the _
mind, the Commission In 1900 authorized to be reason to believe that I Port Authority. District 2
orem taxes were pledged, but In capability of handling billlnits for
the engineering firm cl certain other benefits may accrueto James M. Bird, Thomas H. King,
many ways this revenue source both, started different trend of I
a
Smith and Glllenple to prepare an the City. Specifically It Is possible Ben Sorcnscn.J. .
was Inequitable because who
many thought
EYE[ POPPING
VALUES DURING
engineering report on (the requited that the franchise tax leveled
contributed through this means "Under these circumstances and I ,
expansions. In lHi2( when no action by the City on the electric system i
were not served by sewers In order to have complete picture Sr.
a J. F.
had been taken to date, the Commission may be adjusted so that the City Armstrong
,
'.
"Therefore the possibility of a of both projects, the Commission
authorized the engineers to would realize approximately $25,000per
monthly sewer service .charge for contracted for the services of ,
up date The original report In or. year Income from that source. (Continued from Page One)
those served was considered in this Smith and Gillespie to make a I THIS OUTSTANDING
"In taking a look at the actual
der to keep the plans on a current proposed expansion In order to thorough analysis of the water utility financing of the proposed water Four of our children attend the

bast,. In the beginning, as now maintain a reasonable ad valorem These services were bought and find avail. Callahan School. My oldest, a son "
and sewer projects we
'la* need was known but the means level and cquatlte the burden. How. paid for no contingencies were able to annual debt service Is married to the former Linda Ann
: ever,' enactment of this type charge Involved. The engineering report meet Thomas I

appeared Impractical due to the Ineffectual showed the water project to be not of requirements; the following amounts "I am netf-employed, my bust 'I Q-- SPRING SALE!

means of enforcement and only feasible but practical. money ness being located In the center of
Sewer Revenue S50OOOWater
FREESOAP the necessity of pledging additional "Meetings were held with officials Callahan on U. S. No. 1 and No. 301.

fixed revenues In. order w make of the Florida Public Utilities\ Com. Revenue assuming "I am a member of the Callahan

& BLEACHTo the bond Issue saleable. This, the pan to discuss their operations rate Increase) 71,900 First t Baptist Church; Vice-Presl-I I
Franchise Tax estimated S9.000)
Commission felt to be unrealistic during the past several years. Resulting dent of the Callahan Chamber of

Our Customers since It would, In part, transfer the observations tended to confirm $153.500 Commerce. I /

8 A.M. TO 5 P.M obligation back to all tax payers the engineering report as to "By dividing $153,000 by 1.SO. we "My pledge to you will be honest, I $ WII elan IJC710t11"sae"
which would be avail ; .
$102,333
"When in late' 19O It became operating; costs, net worth, etc. get able for debt service, and which sincere, and Just, partial I to no i

ASKINSLAUNDROMAT known through aa overture from Your Commission then called back sufficient meet annual one and cooperative with every. k
would be to
the Florida Public Utilities Com Into the picture the firm of LeedY, on I ASSOCIATE STOREWALTER '
pany that the water utilities could Wheeler and Alleman, fiscal agents, principal and interest payments one."Having been asked by numerous h ,
In the
South 8th Street be purchased the means of attainIng which had been retained by the an Issue of revenue bonds people over the county to consider I
Commission In 1960 for the aewer amount of $1,760,000, assuming 4% I have attendedover D. SMITH
this office
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY I high I w' ,
an end took on a different light. I program obligations for a period of 30 years the past years many meetIngs ,

This, l It( 'financially feasible, provld- of At the conclusion of the reportsof I OWNER J"!'
analysis have
..... 'After a thorough of the commissioners. ,
-- --- -" -- ----- consultants and
----
both the work of Smith and Glllci- I the engineering studied their budget for the past

pie and the figures of the Florida the fiscal agent Mayor Johnson years. I S. 8th Street

Public Utilities Company, the firm i summed up the present position as "If by any chance I don't get to I 100% Feint 99cM

of fiscal agents, noted for Its conservative ,, follows' : visit each of you personally It II'' led Plliew
approach, advised that "In the aforementioned presentation not because I have not tried but i

this la a feasible Joint program Is a brief clear and concise because of the short time allowed
I
which can stand alone and can picture of the City's problems al1d10mI' please support me with your vote i

111S911IkiNr provide( sufficient funds through a possible logical( answers as and let mo support you on the board I wsssim -

earrlle marketable revenue certificate Is. to how the problems can be solved of County Commissioners

[ W111i sue, .Analysis from Smith and Gil. "The urgency of the sewer problem John F" (Fred, Armstrong, Sr." + k/1/0 cry i Garment

lesple and Leedy Wheeler anil AI. can be easily described by clUIng W err, I j Ma lag
but two existing conditions; thu
material
lemau are Included In the
beach presently C. P. Rutishauser t ,
presently In your hands The Commission 1. The area

feels the next step In this served by sewer lines Is connected ,v, H, artoo 92c
major project Is to present this In. across Egan's Creek by one line (Continued from Page One) ge1M Sise

t formation to you for your consideration. along Atlantic Avenue The tine Is Tv Tray

." falling In alignment and grade due "Having once held an elective. 3-Pe, Sauce Pan Set 5.5g. ., n.
office In District 1 In Nassau County
to the shifting of the Atlantic Ave. 16 uraasnst
I Johnson next called on the representatives which timeI
for 12 years, during
Whll. 11c
i nue roadbed. There Is a strong raiklaaerh
of Smith and CUIes- possibility that any additional shift. I was In close contact with the ...."'.t wltlt $2.15 I sl".rt
pie who, gave engineering Inform. and thus Board of County Commissioners, I real head Inn ,lalen parable
Ing will cause a rupture
atlon on the sanitary sewerage system sewer ser feel that I am qualified to hold this I..,. (5104Wayllt !
of sanitary
disruption
both present and proposed,
very responsible position.
vice to the entire beach arcs, I
on the city water works system and ,'"I promise If elected to this office .

Self Cleanin' 1.4 their views on the feasibility of, problem pensively not cured easily or Inex ,' that I will give same my undivided -

proceeding with a sewer extension attention and will at all

program and the purchase of the' "2. Certain areas of the City times conduct the affairs of this ,

water system. I proposed to be covered by the sewer office In a progressive, economical I, : "', : Work .

We nave The summation of the engineers expansion program are now servedby and equitable manner, giving the t "' ,

Resistant PttIsbUrg Paint was that "the best Interests of the I septic tanks. Many of these best possible service to the people U.r--, / ;.' Glo"lr. .\".
Fume Priced As Low at the present
City of Fernandina Beach would tanks are Inoperable of this county.

As qA/ appear to be served by the direct time during periods of heavy rain "I am a native citizen of Nassau

Per Gallon ownership and control of the water and high water. County and have lived in this area ti. 44c (lua..

: system and the extension of the 'As' has been previously pointed all my life. I have always been a M'

Five Points Hardware scwcraKe system to provide acr. out a sewer expansion program Democrat."I Fold '. Carry Stool \\\t.\\, Battery Booster Cables'!

Grocery & vice to the maximum number of cannot be financed on a revenue am married, the father of kUOO n a h iMurtfwCcnivith

economically served customers. certificate Issue without pledging, three children, a homeowner and a M."'.." 99c N., Udall Avtem.ti<

Five Points Phone 261.5205 Next to be called on was Lecdy, presently used funds to make the taxpayer ..ral' M$017 ss 11,1 pw..n u iTnsaaupkas $1 49
.
of the fiscal agents who made the Issue saleable Therefore, while the, "I solicit your vote and support f.rt.ud ,: I fral key

following statement: ad valorem tax basis Is an accept. In my behalf for this office.C. .

-- The firm of Lecdy, Wheeler & ed means of financing such a pro.I IScct p (Rudy* RUTISHAUSER'

Alleman; Inc has enjoyed a con. I your Cily Commission has

tractual relationship with the City : hesitated to suggest pleglng taxing /:Nau.rnt

F- Illi4f ) of Fernandina Beach since late In I powers for such a program when D. P. Braddock
/ F I Iit the additional burden would be car.
,
f 1960 for the primary purpose of
..' I ( accomplishing sewer system financing I rled by those supporting the exlit- (Continued from Page One) t I

e More recently, this relation. lug tax load. Slr
I Ifl "I was born and reared In Nassau
i1 'rsft+r II / ship hhs been to Includethe "In the final analysis, the pur.
and have been
it r L l Nlul e t I yet water financing I I chase of the' water system County I engaged I
kew
nth provide the means to thisJoint I In the timber business in our Matt! N1/IO
"In 1961. the sewer program was from
county since my graduation .
project possible, feasible and' ochre Sachet
S
diligently pursued, and we made 1 1I Callahan High School thirty-four r 4-
would
saleable and, the purchase
; Wrench Set
Brake Spin
recommendations for financing Full Fluid
cost the citizens nothing. As thefiscal years ago length
fStSOOO, Revenue Bonds which : : i "I feel that I am qualified t h'
with the Door $3.39
I I 8Kents have stated Mirror
I money would have gone low ard expansion Inclusion of the rate Increase which know and handle the problems of .s-eo* w 38C 86c 99c

I f r and Improvement of the Public Utilities Com our county and I will appreciate
Florida
the
l I 1 1 sewerage system. A part of our I your vote and support : See how you look-othcri arwwrd, Ganda A Tins 'for oil
the
Is presently requesting
report strongly niiininirnnVd Implementing pany Income derived would finance the I I D. P. Braddock. do! 56x16", Wood frame.! 3A01atahapaul. p.nrngarwta.

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a monthly newer service --I II lC'oIXie!
cost of the bond issue Furthermore, i
charge! hll'hI average
the proposed Joint I water and newer
approximately $3.00 per connectionper I I
program docs Include needed capital iVf.miii
month, however\ for a numberof
reasons, the project was deferred Improvements to the water I Specially/ Pnced :
at the time. system that would be guaranteed
If purchased by the City, but not g.
"In recent months the subject of guaranteed under a utility company I Wltst.

sewer Improvements hus become operation. In addition allfeasibility '

In Florida. reactivated, In conjunction with the projections are based on .
of the the : I
possibility acquisition by the current population I and all future

"" City of the water facility servingthe growth of our city would enhance .

after bowling, beer is a natural Public City Utilities and ajnr Company owned by Florida i the project"Johnson ;' .. V OL.EJA"-.,'; tO-1

then threw the meeting
"We believe''f ery realistic approach I 'U1kr1 e l ;,:" ,11111 .O 4J9025
to and
After you'x 1 bow led a panic or t\\'o, or w lien )'ou'rc winding up to thesubject of expandingthe open a question answer period I : $4.75 sq. yd.INSTALLED $1'00
which saw most of those In attendance \ Plastic Laundry BasketAssorted Pick of 6 Light Bnl6aN..Meq
.... the evening at the neighborhood holing center,it',good to relax: newer ay/gttkand/or' purchasing : asking a number of: pertinent I I .
with friends and 5 \\hat better add the the watei-ajlttern;, answering s wKb ./ *o-.
a compare OrcS. way to to questions 97c
Ireaf ISoVeIW ......
: two pertlnenTlMitlons'' I ill Is It In 7tOO
sport and the soci.iblcncss than v ith a refreshing glass of beer? I Most of the questions and answers 1 i'"w"". 0tII, 88c
t however take fun beer males welcome the bent Interest of the City, and Colors
you jour always a will be dealt with In a follow MARCH \
((2)) la It financially feasible.
e addition to the party up slory In next week's :;

: Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder' that I sewer"Applying Imprttvaroent I these questions, the answer, to the I Leader), e\\S'1 t ttt

T v e live !in a land of person.il {freedom-ami that our right to enjoy the first queiaV +? the best Inter.toj I At the conclusion of the
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c: beer and ale, if w e M dcjirc. ,is just one, but important one, if eat of the City ..iJOia_ been given I I that most the of those Commission In attendance approach to! Home of The All New

thosepcrnonalfrrcdumn.In to you by ywufi/ engineer's' : :;Ihel!i the proposed program was very Porter & Lovequist
and this has been jtonflrmed t
: Florida...beer goes with fun, with relaxation Slate Board'of Health We do not realistic and lent their endorse- Color Center

tr (f) .. UNITED STATIS BREWERS ASSOCIATION" have knowledge! of any Florida 'I menl. ,, I General Contractors CATALOG ORDER SERVICE

.& tAMt,utllWl4. municipality I which has too large a';,
Jta.Jt9
:....1 I sewer question lystem.of financial We can answer feasibility.'' ;the'' Trade At Home I 5 Points Phone 261-3068 ""e1 t..", Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back



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In the preliminary game the Newn-Lcwler, Fernnndina Beach, Florida Thumlay, March 19, 1961 I Page Sevenr

Downed ,nandlna Yule Merchants KAC team defeated, 28.24 the, In Fer.a I:(Griffin Hurls 1-Hit Shutout for Gators r scheduled_ to _be assigned 'to -1H6

By Old Southern In close gills' basketball game I Daytona Beach club In the Athletic
.
Pam Davis scored 22 points to organization -
lead the Yulee team to tllel'ln Dnnnv Griffin a sophomoie this Slants ..' -U i_.
I Hope Benefit Game I with Sharon Conner scoring I, Sharon I year at the university of t'lorld.I, Sports | Spring training activity will 'pickup
.: Groover 1, and Linda Van. turned In a dazzling performance In : here Sunday when most of till!
tant1. the G nors' first SuwhuisUrn Con Twins farm teams will be arriving
The Old Southern Foods basket. Rhonda iiues scored 4)) points to ference game as he hurled t Ins team BY CURT GOUDON to get things going next wprkAtlanta .
team from Jacksonville
displayed
Jball I Ij I
:
I I lead Fcrnundlna In scoring with I ID victory rarer Vandirbllt will !have Jack McKcon'as'
tome outstanding talent as I
I !They defeated the Seahorses here j Linda Evans and Marsha Hamilton Griffin sin, of Mr. and Mrs )Dun Danny Griffin rcrnundlnas gift tram did a really flood j Job> of holdIng manager; Chailotte will have .AI
Tuesday eight, 129-93, .In a benefit scoring 2 points apiece. Griffin of this ally and i former I to the limirnily' of Florida baseball tiintlur fur the basketball cum Fvans; Wilson will be managed hyllulph !}
ball game for Project Hope. I BOX SCORE star pitcher (11the tcrnandmi tram had his first pltchlnalllIlIIlIt'nl patol! since they wire the only Ruse Bismirck.Mandan wiU
1 The Southern team'' was headedby I Seahorses Fg ft pts Beach High School Plrntis team, < fir DIP Galois a few I team In the leatfuc without a coach have Vern !Morgan: Orlandol1II'b: c l
shut out Vandy with a stellar one. (days ass and loused three Innlnits vv Atr!
ROller Strickland (former All.
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( Allison 11 4 26 under Harry Warner: and Wls American, who scored 28 point to I hit performance {lot n'.hit. in run bull Griffin came The Mens Softball League plans
:White 0 0 0
sin Rapids will have Joe CurlsliMi
top the winner. James Carter I i Kirk 8 0 16 The strong rlijhlhauder also contrlbiilcd ''1111 Iliruigli the baseball ranks In 1'0' hose a meet ng on Monday. "
scored 25, Eddie Con 22, Nell Caldwell 0 0 0 a run.scoring sintilt In [lair fair city telling staiu-d In Manh :HI vllli the women slating a as manager J
Chnscey 21, Nelson 'Vlnul 18, I W. Tlneri 0 0 0 h d r r 4a the Gatorsletnry. illllle! league. then Babe Rulh, into nuv-ling for the .following night.
Billy Repper 11,' and Slat Han. Kitchens 2 4 8 I 4s4\ The victory Rives the Gnleirs n I American Legion/ and high O ,More Sports Page 10
sos-4. 'ft. i I' 4.2 record for the sianen fuliiKil!! then to Florida 1>lInnyhllpt'l Diinnv( Grilfln did it again this .
Harrison 1 0
21 ,I his ntxl 1 slop ulll be (the maj Wl'l'kI 11I'n he boned a one*.hitler
The Seahorses wermt exactly f R. TlnerPleocheomkl 16 5 In a previous nonronfercutegame
j Jur leagues; and we think he will for HIP Galois as Florida shutout
ONLY
short
talent Imported Innings
on is they I 0 2 I II 4 Griffin hurled three
make II. lie Ins the desire and de \'nn It'rlull, 4.0.. It appears to ilK ACROSS
1I4
Ralph Tlncr, Jacksonville Unlver. King 1 0 2 of no hit pitching In a relief role, I
I ; :\: i lei'ruination. I I thai Griffin/! Is hcidul fur an 11111.
ally star, who took scoring honors I Renshaw 0 0 O., Danny had the eye) of major league
for the night will 37 points Tlner Totals 40 13 931 ; scouls dining his hluli al'hIH.I| | ,1 : alh.I hind
running mate, 'Tommy Allison,. t career but Itlas decided Unit an ,! LaminUy,
former Hilliard All.Slater and now ,Old SouthernVlnal i 1ws. s_ 1 athletic scholarship al the Cmn'r'l I lie lie' dieelur anti| foot bull runihInluinuxt *: fr 'itLlIIII'
: Ills week that his league soil Senior I.THKIIP
a Jacksonville University Star, 9 0 18 h slty of Horlilii was more cleHlrnble t us (
scored 26 points to share In scoring Chancey 8 5 21 at HIP t limeDiuhlless. i I Hclioil,I Is Killing, a npnnkinit new unisons me just about hire so all
with Tincr Allen Kirk scored 16, I Carter 11 3 2:> I major IIIIKUC annuls, bn"kt'lhllllllynl ((' will be reads prospciM' lire in'Kid lo register on
Glenn John Harrison Cone II 0 22Tr fur next secern The gym sill cost Silinelix, April 4. Tnouls will IIP
Kitchensj I II
81', '
will be him eloselduilng
watching! more \ .
2, John PicdtMjfcM; 2, and, Strickland 13 2 28 Hi)"'nil ninety llmuvand dollars und Rln in !Monday! April 6, thru 1'iuillei '
Oley King 2.'l| I Reppcr 4 3 11 1 e w sea., I his college career. will Mell| about KIM) people!, tan MHhitiH feu all lamas on April AT
The score was'close for the first Hanson 2 0 4 says he eloesn I believe! he will have 13. The KruMin fur each league! will
part ot the game;tout Old, Southern Totals 58 13 129!) f Classic I any KPUIInu (irohleins becniiw Ills. I bight' M imljy, ,1,111'11 20
pulled steadily awayjftftor, holding\ ;Seahorses 52 I II :tram usually dinus about lhlit>- -, {} "" CORNS ram
a halftime lead o,98Jr.: ,Old Southern 69 (;five purple i til inch game II silts a ellMappiilnllnit; crowd asfnr -
R 'I for HIP biHkrt
-tr tr an turning ml
Ii"; I Bowling League
Olio ItlicKe' one eif MlnncsdasIbifubiill ,bull gum hue Tuesday nleiht,.
S } t cnielus, (has arrived In Anvuii' tailing to set thu game Just -
Blkt a vyw i BY HrNRY: MIIS lloun, for tin spring training bane- I tI'1'1' I lake nlMinlahC. of the b....
I Total bill ,proMiim. Uhiege Is a fixtuirI kl'tbllil tiilent assembled on the
o/
Yourself: I Team Standings H' L I'lus: I Iin These put About this time each lilt.li al'lIlH.1llIrt.,. Mu>'he the adaiice r."r:: 5l
1 IG11'nn'1 Siiuluir 44 22 111102 I l\oar anil heIH gelling things really \ snk III tic'kits made' the purpose .
I.ji; ,; ;\ III'', I. '0 ..0 IN. \, Will Enterprises| 2>l 27 2xm! for Hit) arrival of the (trams Sun of tin game a big sutccss '
; : Sadden Lams 23 41: 211)67 f.I
i }' High Tram, 3-(antes I Vrh: -ft: say plenty of p tints being made ,,
Western Auto ni3 The Illlliiid Rid Flnshrs lost nut during DIP game' und us Gordon _.
To The }.. .1. I Glenn s Sinclair I'll In the opening game of tin Mole Ilii her! remarked, ''It obiibly I
I- \ 4v ., B ft II Fnlerprisps 1IHI :I Minuinii''nl at lnesvllle lost ril : marked the nllat t I.olnls| i ever sen-
!{' { I High Ind. 3.(.ime I i day b>' n single point, Hlllluid play oil,I lu a lumei In the Feinamllna
VeryFinest ::$; I of the '
,! Roger Hadden 5114 id for the Ian hilt game I gym! i
2: :1. 1'1 James Taylor 510 and the lull., fell off the rim which -te
t ,._. .. I I
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-- High Team (Jame. caused the oni point loss by the Bill 1tHIO111I report to the
BlaH Enlerpilses 573 ,, Hashes hll made their fourteenth]I I ,
THESE FORMER PIRATE HURLERS are nuking names Nausea (lIy IxiHcluill camp at Uav-
for themselves In the baseball world. Danny Griffin, Glenn s Sinclair 5'>4 slialKht trip lei Gainesville !fans Beach Sunday. Mrltac Is I I f
Western Auto 544 fr ft: <:r I ,.
right, just made the headlines by pitching a one-hit no High Ind, Game If you biseball fans would like to
run !game for the University of Florida Gators over the Roger Madden 223 see a good ball game which won'tbe t "5C: .ce: -
37 MODELS FROM 16'/V 33' Vanderbilt Commodores Bill McRae, left, has been sign- Henry Ellis 203 too tar to travel to see, the FREESOAP !
Through ld to a contract! with the Kansas City Athletics and will James Taylor 205 Minnesota Twins are playing the "lithtttifolMlnllMhevMr _
,iMOSTADVANCtDUFEty he assigned to the Daytona Beach club of the Florida High Scratch Bowlers New York Yankees In Orlando on & BLEACHTo -
ITYUNO IN IOATINOTITO If You Are Interested State League. The above picture was made in 1961 Rrgcr lladilen 223-5(>4 April 2 which should not be lu
TIIATIB TO In A Fine Quality when Griffin and McRae were FBHS Pirate hasehnllerg James Taylor 205-Ml much of a trip I Our Customers -

MIVINT TOIIIDO ArUNOUl Fibre Glass Boat and had lust< hurled the local team to the Keystone Con Larry Flint 1RV-525 *: -A: f 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M. .
ATTACKUNIQUAlllO basketball
Henry Ellis 208-524 The women Just completed a I 1
SEETHE ference with hit and no-hit performances. '
s r0eCIAfTSMANNIP Championship one- Billy Joyce 200-521 season with llnidees win. ASKINSLAUNDROMAT
VEGA 21 1 Kleher Skidmore 180-517 nlim I the league Ulli( Mont of the rtoaiDA'5 olDEST .
INBOARD' OUTBOARD -- Cecil HodkO 172-504 women plan to carry on with their i AND MOST NISTORIC

,,1 POWER OPTIONSSportsman's ulliklle liilent clueing the Softball I Iseasm South 8th Street
Container Conference room to get
J.little Leaguers I any problems before( the Little Lea. I Trade At Home which will noon DP gelliogI| OPCN 21 HOURS A DAY \
sue and Senior League Ironed nut umlcrwuy, Tin KAC basketball
before the seasons will begin on --- -------- - -- --- .. ,
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Meet Plan Season
,Monday April 20.
Registration day Is set for Sal
TO ti fl.ORID MARINE. Beginning April 20BY urday, April 4, for Little Leagued;I II
,WELCOME STATION hopefuls and Senior !League Play. '
] Mister Have Ycu Tried
.Cl-BT 90RDON I(I ers Only players who have never -
EXCLUSIVE.FACTORY OUTLET President Bl tlt. HaiflAt called'meeting a played before are required to register AUTO SERVICE REPAIRS
I last'Monday night at the, !I Tryouts for each league aVe I
slated for the week of April ,
'After a week of tryout, the 4'1 lheTOTAL f
agers of all teams will bid on play.era
I
\ FERNANDINA BEACH for their teams and a practice'
11'1H
l session will follow before the opening .
I of league play on April 20 PERFORMANCE '

"JEWEL' OF FLORIDA'S CROWN I Vice President Pete Schulllng, lr
! announced his schedule Is completed .'' .. is dV

with games to be played un I'

BEACHES" 'Monday afternoon, Tuesday after
)I
I noon and Tuesday night, Thursday 1964 FORD?
: Directory Furnished By These !Merchants\ and Business Men :-. I afternoon and night and a singles I
game on Friday afternoon
Vice President Buddy Burgess of I
George's Suburban i the Senior League announced his HUNDREDS OF SATISFIED S7'o

: schedule will be complete In a

Machine Shop T I IDE S Propane Gas ConSERVING couple will of appear days and In that the both Ftrnandina schedules ) CUSTOMERS IN NASSAU @ '

ALL News.Leader next week.
2 N. FRONT ST. It JETTIES YOua NEEDS IN I Most of the meeting was taken .:'.:

Machine Work LP GAS AND up diHcusnInK finances for the op. COUNTY HAVE TRIED IT! .
:
Add 10 Minut F. GAS APPLIANCES cratlon of the two leagues which

Welding' f Brazing. Include uniforms. programs and

Marino Repairs r.raandlla Harbor 7 Phone South 261.l6 7th: 5 t. ,' equipment We Have A Lot Full Of

Special Service To HIGH LOW attended Fred Tounsend a district and meeting Ybor Alvarci at !>e.

Shrimp Tra..s. T H K I N G Land last weekend and plans wire
All Work'Gt1"ranteed Friday, March 20() s made for the tournaments to be

Open 8 ..!( t' J p.m. 12:51: a.m. 7:12:: a.m. PHOTO SHOP slaved In the huller part of July Good Used Cars To Prove It.
and early Augull.I .
Monday 'J'hrll"; Saturday 1:26: p.m 7:56: p.m. Roll Processing I .
2.U711 I Teams which are In the Fcrnun.dlna .
D17' A
Developing Printing '
Saturday, March 21 District are: Highlands, Art. ... .. . =:
NlghlPhon. 111-5311 Kodak' Film ''Ington Forest View along with ., ....., ..." ... ., y. ". .. .. .

2:00 2:42:: a.m.p.m 8:11 9O:: a.m.p.m. MOTle-Colored.Photo Supplies Regular l I: Fernandina group will play Beach the Winners winners of of this the


B E W'I"S". o n Sunday, March 2'. Portealta 117 Weddings Appointment Only I'I Orange Jacknonvllle Park Navy and Starke, Cedar tourney Hills MORE CAR for t!LESS MONEY J!

"Porceltinize" 1:14:: a.m 9:50:: a.m. Studios At 504 Ash St.

3,9: pm. : p.m. Phone 261.4586 V"I t SBsf SlW sWHlsW .

LASTS 3 OR'4 TIMES Monday( March 23 Its19SAFITY3.....--..... ...__nn'
LONGER .THAN 4:27: a.m 10:54: Rowland's 1962 FORD STATION WAGON I 1959 FORD

ORDINARY[ .WAX JOB 5:08: p.m 11:15: p.m. UPHOLSTERY 9 I'II'4KNllCeT' (ouitlrv htd n V8 Hadio V8 Stel. liatw .hxtra: Clean Ono Owner
I .... ---- in Florida Auto. 'Irunn. One
Jleater Owner
LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesday, March 2J DO YOU NEED I I i. ONLY $795
NEW COvrnVna out SEPSIS ONLY $1895,,, --- ---
.0. 5:31: a.m 11:51: am To vacsrus4lnTCas ;. ---
1959 FORD 2-Door Hardtop
S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 6:07: p.m NEW Ir.r: COVER' 1962 FALCON FUT\ IRA V8 Auto Train Radio and Heater

Wednesday, March 25 J'OCglRG' rl bucket Seat.i Auto TrllnM. Radio & Heater REDUCED TO $795

6:26: am 12:10: am. FREE ESTIMATES TERMITES?. : A STEAL AT $1295 ----- r .
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Fishing? 6:57: p.m. 12:41: p.m. We Pick Up and Deliver 1958 CHEVROLET V8I'owuglide
60 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON _
Thursday, March :J6 V8 Radio Heater Powerjflide Dependable Transportation!
Visit Ua For Porter b Lov.quist ONLY $295BARGAIN
Complete line Of 7:13: a.m 1:02: a.m. General Contractors One Owner -- -

Fishing Tackle 7:41: p.m. 1:26: p.m. SI'ECJAI.TIES $1295 ___ 1959 SIMCA
e Rodll a Reeks WfOJWORKISG
Friday March: 27 IiLuI :Mill\ Car Gun
Rig
Savings
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1960 FORD 12 Ton -
N'RFACIVG Pickup
Outdoor Camping rUTIC! i'IsN'n hAM al.n "art W a5Ii5 /;/ ? :
Equipment 7:56:: a.m 1:48: a.m. Cl'TO\t! Bl'ILT CABINETS ONLY
BARGAIN PRICE $295.
$795
8:21: pm. 2:07: p.m. KITCHEN D'r.'rs'.UH: : S5000 GUARANTEEApM __ _

FIR I EST 0 N E Complete Showroom : rrim. TmHs BtMfi. I 1959 FORD /2 Ton Pickup 1957 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup

BEACH SUPPLY rasa courier For Color Coordination I ONLY $695 REDUCED TO $495
psis a o.u. wrns
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FUN IN THE SUN wJ ; SERVICE SINCE CO.19-50: LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY.


I AT FERNANDINA BEACH I For FREE Inspection DEALER ..
I YOUR FORD SINCE 1910

FISHING BOATING SWIMMING Phone Jacksonville i _
Stop by and see Charles, Gene or Curtis This WeekSeahorses "
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN" I COLLECT EL 4-1768


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I A CAPITOL LETTERBY To Classify SAVE qr th '

IY RUSSELL KAY W-D Brand Naturally TenderBEEF
JEURT MOCK
While I wan In Miami at the
TALLAHASSEE It 'cal IdlY ami told Dickinson President Johnson /LL1kIIAnnhersary
of trcltehnenl'that/ happens every I Another mayor, the enigmatic time the Democratic was 1100 at.ttscllrm i / J j

tour years it the Cupliol R-bert KlnR Him! rf Miami lockIng plate dinner at the Konlalnchlea"t,
The ball near the office of the like a mature Mickey fluency
|you could not find me In 'the mob
eec, etary of ..tlt.I II packedwith paid hit qualifying fee, but played ,
that milled about the lobby of thewreak
'claar.imnklng: dark.lulttdppllfldans It cautious. He asked DM Gllssnn CHUCK
They talked about molt of Adams offct to witness ha-I hotel c
everyone they know'. Sen Jr* signature an a notary. Then he You nee lone spent a Hood pirt 48i
Doaks said he wa nt going to asked If Its check was acceptable of my adult life tagging behind Roast..u. ,j
mit\"for1" re-election, one said Joe He can ens'trod It High( apparrntly political big wigs covering leglilature SALE
voted 'for the auto tag increase! I I had rd" stories about. attending their dinners and I
and I couple of other money what Ihe folks In Tallahassee and pcm'.wmi' listening to their end I GOODS-O ROUND BONE SHOULDER .
ralilnfl..pretext$ and !furl dklnt parts think nf these people film lest speeches until such events.
want la Tare the people this' lime' I the big city of Mia nil!. have entirely lost their appeal Roast. L!. 58x
Maybe I low yean later when I The fiery little HUh had glees\ Willie:I thousands of folk steed I on .
they had forgotten, be would try 'the press a preview of Ms campaign the streets for hours Just to seep I
his hand again 'I| In a press conference earl. the official car go! by and be able:'
First casualty was Sen. Scdtt I I !for In the I basement of the to go home and lay //1 teen him,' Beltsville
Kelly,. running for governor fromd Caoltrl he waved to me and five me a TURKEYS Roast L.. 58;
wb In Polk Cmmty whose plane I I High wanted a "Cltl ens' Hoover big smile", I was getting a flipper| .
wan grounded III 'Uvula because: off errnmi" irn,'' he laid, to Invert Make and a much more beaming
rOil.f Kelly had tent I sitter up to gife economy In the Mite. H. smile. from another. Important" cele.i BEEF SHORT
TallahasKte I day sliced t> stand laid' he could get more interest oaitnnney brity, her majesty Carolina Snow., Gr. 'A'
In line to be the first to -,ulli/! /fy. i than the Hat was get ball, Queen of Porpoises, at the' Quick Frozen 3 8
Kelly and entourage dldn how Miami' 4 Ribs. ;
ting He laid he wanted to put Seaquarium | to 10-Ib, Average .
up tin the afternoon 10 they had the state's Insurance out for cam
Snowball, li the worlds only *
a motorcade up U. S 37 to the petition bidding. He said he wanted WHO (white) pnroolie as far el'l Dressed & Drawn 39 FRESH .
GROUND DAILY
Capitol and had a reception under fair l treatment In taxing and get *
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knows
anyone She hues In th* Gov't Inspected LB. J 5
the dome.
rid of the freeholder who "1MVCf world most expensive goldfish
Doyle Conner, conrmlsslonrr ef have paid their share He did bowl, a palatial $100/ 000 underwater Regular 49 a Ib. Gr Beef 51
agriculture running for r..t'It'elolI: ,
: apportionment was the most vital paradise, her drawing room win. :,
took Kelly plate an flint to ''uiie. He said the railroad dash dowi from which she be '
qualify) Standing behind Conner, i may seen 'I
jpav: their share of assessment
In easy picture taking range, was Hgi! : sounded like whit he wen by the public, cost!! .12000 each, :' M' Ii"L2: 1iJ 17ti.9.; yf; ::., ;of''::::"K"'.; ;;;;; ki; !'
She Is the heroin of of the i ig..at
one
Fred Kail, tbe0Ius1:& Ccmtycandidate a little man wl bbl. Ideas He J '
tatif rf the I'I'"t'.I'II ,.''
e "
had the Capitol abuzz about how i d

pares with Herman Melville ISIS x
Jacksonville Mayor Ha 'don .
> he might affect the race! He auld "
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Barns In) the second wave to the he. was 1't'dlctlng on Ihs conservative "enturv trierAv 'Moby Dick", .If : r ,50Extrad (""GreesStamp.
that tale had been rewritten .
qmlifjtng be hllud. On Ml nay as a
side he would
gel 12$000 :
WITH THIS AND PURCHASE DFOxm
COUPON)
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comedy
out Ihe tall, itratKht!' roaned .
may.or odes from Dade County and eml I ,
wanting a brown" ptn-etriprd The SeatiiiRrlum version differs I LI. PK'. TA. .T. O SIA. IRIADM'
mated It would take 175,000 to get
suit, almost Uompefl Into' Sen I'Into the second! primary Many from Melville tragedy In that It i Floander Steaks
Jack Mathews It, Icllow Jacksonville has I happy ending, Moby D'ck
II wondered hew accurate he would / GOO TH"U M""CH tin.
native. was a fantasy, while the capture
be In his prediction or IIn"" ball Is a Met. I e X AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
A few! mlwftei later (oiidit/ fail 1 ( dxt
Fishermen In their excursion off
noon M be Matt) Fred O iBud) I "A man with six children Is bet '
the roast nf South Carolina told of,
cklmoa Mimlered In'Itll his Icr elf than a man with six milliond I
entourage and hMrted tt Tom I I liars. A man with six kids doesn I sighting a pure white porpoise. The

Adams lots. QMlUylag ehertc for want any mote..' G. W Assg !Soanuarlum announced that It I' ,.." A'1I...,,,
would fit out an expedltlrti and! If:
$1.250."Tea'. Ia bir! ,' Ad.'ard, Lake Mills Ha) Graph: Ii "--
the ifory were to'tte It would attempt .' Ii 50 Extract+N" Greei Stamp" ,
tit caotiire the rare specimen ,i; Iii ... WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .
Beaufort County. !South Carolina VAN CAMP J PINEBREEZE GR "A" FRESH FLA. .. .
Poe HOW. *DJOHNSON

thing sensing of that utmost they value might In have their lome-waters .!' El Pork & Beans j Medium EGGS Chicken Croquettes I\1 l laeoO I

: NO TIME:LOST passed a law making It Illegal TNRY MARCH. l rAT \I
t : to net porpoise In the county i i H: ANY WINN.DIXIE
Undaunted the Seaquarium crew' 300 $2
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HIIII set out and after three trite finally }
found the albino off the coast of, CAN 9 7. 12 DOL 79.

I Our streamlined Cnlletrn, tier County caMUre. when. no law prohibited ., 1j (StvaSVi'lt) ...
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loan service is They carefully dropped/ the net, Ii Limit 3 with $S.order or more. i Every egg Guaranteed Save 50 ElitClCo.w. Greea Stam II
over Snowball and her little dark PON AND PURCHASE
g Y quick, and colored acn who swam by her tide, ,'.. I Pxaa
H AIR '.0"
and lifted them! aboard ship Up
it's easy too. went howls and screams from South Green 'eas:

Carolina, they charged porpoise- GOOD T..u MAICH ...
napping porpoise piracy and .' SAVE 11 < BLUE OR WHITE ARROWDetergent .
The cash you need can be In your hands almost is poachlrtg: por.polM i sI AT ANY WINN.DIXII

soon as you ask for ih! What's more,. the payment And s e CaKittna' Snowball Will

( schedule is set up to give you every possible advantage. carried to Miami to become Queenof Gr. eoX 48 ; ;
the Seaquarium No porpoise In ,
history ever received aa smelt! .1.
publicity Press, radio and televla I SAVE 21 I* DETERGENT Limit 1 with $5 order or more 50 Extra .w.:Green Stamps

glens ftp I to MM Ion heralded her and the Seaqtiar WITH THIS COUPON,! AND PURCHASE OF
lum went all out to provide aecom.modatlon .
fitting such an Illustrious Giant' Fab BOX 58 a PNe1. PAN [
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O.'A.o. PINANCL: creature' On the occasion of my BreadedersOooO i.
visit t was permitted to enter her I TMAU MAReN
CORPORATION private quarters and greeted her SAVE 5( EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE AT ANY WINN.DIXII
personally ai she extended a flip-1 I S6 d1t
AMOVPR PATMINI $ cos net and adecpted! a tidbit In the

sou oir 74 MQMTHt j IQMQKirm j U MONTH) [ 1 H MQN form Df a fish .I II Sauce .2s. 25 '
Impressed with the Improvements
S 75.o4 was
5. 6 5.47 $ 1.5I d u
dx
I Oo0 g 5.40 10.1 11,67 that have taken place ___ .
le.l al the Seaquarium since! I lest vtvl 50 Extra.2W Green "-
1-4's--1 21.se sit 30.69 12.J60o Itcd It several yean ago/ The QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 21ST Stamps
oil 21,59 3934 | I WINN.D''IIS TOK.., INC COPYRIGHT. .... WITH THIS COUPON", AND PURCHASE OF
4J66 and I
9 33 show are splendid enjoyed
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308 Atlantic a ride on the new underslung mono j i i;;..<....1.- ,........."r A. ":' ... 100.CT Dl xl[ HON[
Avenue Tea
mall that carries you above :thespacious i Bats

I.rn.nNen ......fl.... park, fn my judgment t the GOOD THOU M'.CH lltf
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day Is not far off whl'nIe will be' U. S NO. 1 WHITE MORTON FROZEN
T.l. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
phon 361O681 .
using monorail to offset mctropjllan : ss
traffic )Jams In oar mnjrr cities. I da 1
OIBcs Nsurti Dally t S; WsdntKay i bniriay '.12 I Mr Charles D. Phlpps. executive' REGULAR FRUIT i --

ALSO fivl ctxivfNUNT onicis IN JACKSONVILLENOTICE vice president of the SraquarlumMohcrall '

--- Corporation was my host' t )1. .t/!/
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"> the delightful trl?. 1 150 Extra .3Mr
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I II' u Potatoes PIESHN39H I WITH THIS COUPON. AND PURCHASE tamps>OF

; ,;'" .. A.Ot CAN !rLCHR'1

,,, /1 Black Pepper

\ oooo THRU MARCH also
I "- \ :t AT ANY WINN DIXIE'

TO HOMESTEADERSIt I!. ;/li; ..OPICS, 1 ,1 4-1.1 36 r dh!


is a State Low that each Homesteader I i A'Jl A'Jl
A *fIn! .f< Year these ol, Writ cliw. APPLE, CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT .. .
Your Clouds Lent Mllnl Mollnl A.._Sottttr...... ."it tot 50 Extra W, Green Stan.. ::
sign a Renewal Application for t
I FRESH, JUICY SUNKIST I IDAHO VALLEY FRENCH WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE ,
Pst
the Homestead Exemption each and tc oN[ LAest .ortue

Even among hldividuatsthought Lemons DOL 29/1= Fries 2 39? Atka Saltier!

every year. The Application Forms were to be nornul, there are 5 x000 TNRY MARCN '
abu NI1ll ones buriryi how AT ANY WINN.DIXII
mailed the that among persons glues .their. 57
first of January to every first cuiniltievTh| ,Mnl exjmi-, ::'.J..:.;;::..." m tJN1elAakAues. qqgn, iih.Ma, J t.?. r.! F I I fIf
nation, ; ?
a niglluii 9J numlwrhne
person who claimed Homestead Ex- some market: ,'clt'vlallou I s

emption last year. These forms must be i! from Periodic norinatcrt lu fiiort Vlli'b than.miiuliomaccompluli ilctrction! I I I \\ij J. ::;:; 4.-:: ,

of physical' diorrr, ? (' (S; ''Astor,
signed and returned the 1 indiMdiul I to orr.ai: )J I SHORTENING I
on before ; ;
or April \: f. '
I It conscious I 1 dry nuke a pcriun I YOUR CHOICE ; .
t 1st. more aware of( weight:. problems I ,t ,5l -_. YOUR CHOlC...
posture! Mid l txrrusrIhry ..
:'aYhr
.. to avoid I UNSATURATED ASTOR 0
r a NEW EASY OPEN
I exhaust through uvcrstram, CAN
\\e urge you to cooperate with IM on this, M overindulgence m ill1nlanu '
we have been given notice b\ the State Auditing i and tobacco, sod iiialeqiute' 11 Shortening\i Astor Coffee ,
diet ,,k '
Department in l
llHhii+ that I
nei the api>lu' tont! The person who has () ephyacal
must: b! signed, therefore we have no nlteinathe examinations ihotitd be \
It \\e du not h.ne the npplicitkm in the office by a healthier, better drifted in lividual 1 I )
April let, but to than one who ig lores the t1 3-LB CAN ,. '
shrike
those from the Homestead MB.
l idea of checkups CAN) 1
loll IhH is jour renelit It will not cost you 1'he physician Scarce much {l] SAVE 58 r' '
anything to rign thin plication, but it will cost about the: .patient In unhurried during anexamination. I 7- SAVE lflMAXWELL< t-'
JOB in tarn if do ton
you not V\e appreciate!
your vnttatKvn, he gets an ins'jht( .
coopciation. I into the patient s mental and I '
emotional l makeup. Any pliyn ,,. /
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cat' problems which often ; POLYUNSATURATED Save 15f !
There are : who Hem ; HOUSE Save '
many have: not signed tf \\4
jcu: unimportant lu the patient (

and are one yourself of these by taking again tire We of urge this you now.to help tm ous be reeled' of Periodic a cowl:nature) trove health that; to if exam IM be seri may cor-;na* ; ;cCrisco 3 C lot AN, 68; ./ IIt' M XWE<< Coffee CAN 1 lE, 69/ I wtf


Nuns report encovrafie promptly new the 1lIIphll11a"pti""nt to >Jk7, :; ". > l Limit one with $5.00 A.y HOUR Limit 1 with $500 food

E. N. McKENDREE which occur between exam nawn iiit: .:- ); food order. /. order or more
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_. Tax -Assessor, Nassau County I to medicine have to of ttt'I well This prenetw.Is thtSWUM 4'(; t: tFT

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At The 'I|I PRINCE OF rF.AnI RclpS White Finds Banding! has revealed\ that mo* Kews-Leader, Fernandina Reach, Florida Thursday!: March:\ 19. 10G1 rage Nine
Churches -- ---- -- -
I LUTHERAN CIHKC1I birds live lens than rco wars
I Donald R. Hlmmrlman Pastor :Sanded Pelican On I However<< a Caspian Tern was re deer being Implied and relocatedIn ,I Pvt. James Lee
TABERNACLE! BAPTIST NORTH Uth STREET Phone 261.5t>34i South Amelia Island 1'I\'rr,1 I 26 \enrs after bending: a I Some Wild Game : 23 dllftrenl: ItKalltnii: : Deer; were
tnvutiiAmMn : .. Ring blllid Gull find! an Osprtv Itraplx'11 I I i n a private ranch lucntrdIn Completes CourseAt
BlFriSsT CHURCH: i 4unday School .... ... I:45: *. m. I
Road Phone 2U1-S4M ':48 a.m. __.__?? Sunday School Worship Service -.... 11:00 a. m Ralph White vear-old loa of (lived 21f r : a Purple Marlin Relocated For Divul Coiintv nut on cloul pllr- Ft. Gordon :
Re v. loyd Chambers Pintur ilWam: ) _? Mornmj Womhli' 'tt iV' vf Mr and Mrs Bib! White, recently lived 14 years. and a flute Jay and tl< im el h:glln Air Force Rew'rva :

Sunday School "'._.'' .... 10 am 8:30 p.m. ?......?....?.... ..... BTU: CHURCH OF GOOF\ received a reply ronrrrnlng the I Chfmnev Svllt 13 )'t'ara.alllilllU\ : ;: (Inn. 11 addition to the Mirlla FORT COHDOV( G\ 'AHTtL '
Morning Worship .. ._... 11 has Indicated! 1 that Albntronnes on.Onus Public HuntingTALLAHASSEE trapping; piogrum( a total it 51 Pct James
? '.m. 7:30: p m. .._ Evening PROPHtCY bonded prlkan he had found and i J. lee, Inn of Mr
Evening Worship ._...?... T p.m. 7:JO p.m. .. Mid.Week WOnh11-1 reported to 'the United States De. to bleed! at an age of M I lost; Texts door. received fur a (belie and Mr Gnover F Lee!, 1011Ilirdi
Wednesday Service ......... 7 p.rn- Ret H C. Drury Paulo part men! of the Interior Migratory 30 years. : Hundred of!lof I 23 Florida turkeyi. were nltai \ SI. completed an .'\\II ht.t.
*+ "fir fttt 10:00: a.m. ..?... .. Sunday Srlmo' Bird Populations Station In Bird banding In North America Florida wild I tuikiy and whte tailder jed i In three dillennt lixallons An. week ermmumcationi: ceonh'.sll'( .
I
I 11 a.m. ........... Aloinlnt Seivi.t I : : : :; I other shipment of deer l I' expected .
lillnt
BIBIB : ? Maryland course March 13 at the Ar.
FIIIST \PTIST CHURCH BAPTIST ClllRCn I la under the general dliectlon ol | are finding! nrhnm<>< as the
I 7 45 .......... Evening Serve ID airive from North Carolina In
Rev. J. T. Munnim Pastor 4ay Mouth Ilk Street 1:45: p.m.. Wednesday, VLB SohVice He was told that the pelican the U 8 Fish and Wlldlllc Scrvki Game and) fieKh Water fish Com 1 1I the mar tenure.Turkey my Scnlluastrin Signal! Schotf.
Rev C. W. Page Pastor : p m mission conclude one of the renalstucceanhd Foil' Crlvlrn da.
which
Worship Swvlces. 4 30 A.M carouse he fcund In :January
: fur euple and the Canadian Wildlife Si'i'vice! I I i trapplnu cunshud of 4114
young | I 1 111111'1' I Irenn trnlixd In the oftrl
: big 01.emllonn ese
\ 11:00 A.M Sunday a\lrYICWII I on the southern beach tf Amelia game Prepping wild IUl'kl'YI being trapped and I reI .
7:30 PM III:00 A.M.. _._ Sunday hcitl ; '. d ftMVK Island yea of a rtccles of brown with paitlrlpallon t. bv Stale anilProvlmlal i | the program of relocating I tntid In 32 different .locution type't Mt'fa. in tape relay opero-
SlInJp School __ 945; AM: :00 AM ? Morning Worihi POINTS: ItAl'1'ISTt2)IURCit ''peltan and that It had bin band : Game IVpartments and "'Ih'cI lid game was In. Ttirke>' sere trapped l on the rlshinllig lions aid In manual switching' ...pro.".

Trat11ng: Union ............ 613: P.M. 6:30 p.m. ?....__..___ B.T.I). i I I ed June n, IWi at j just south of many llccnied and qunllfled vnliin hinted Itllceninri ago. I Creek refuge In Clulmniinlv led',ircn' entererithe
7'110) P.M. 1.n'l Prayer Service <:45 a.m. __ Sunday School" Seabrook \Island S. C j I According It'l A. D Aldrich Com The 1II'rnr."ld soldier
fuier Service ........_. Wednesday I I teems. I ( and "n Jclmson Nlnnil In
(tl:00 a.m. Morning Worship I Army In ()i'It her I I'Mi3 and com
730: PMT T:80 p.m. ?? Evening Worth!) ? According to the Infi rmatlen sent "Oxer 11 million birds have been : mimics dinrlir the tiapplng steel Owrdn County. bath of which ore
i:30 Training Union plitid hull training at Fort Jack'.
> *1 Tuesday: p.m. ? 'Ralph. band recoveries' .provide I relocating: prunes I( iriconNlsIs of Iivetrapping closid to hinting The trapped t Iur.
;UNITED : f 7:00: p.m. .._._...__.. VlsitatlorIt i'::3p.m.. ...- Fvenlng; Worship I valuable Infcrmatlin on miitritlon bandid and a half million or nun wild turkey and deer inarcaa I II keys ai'p ,generally transported by outs S. C. .
PENTECOSTAL Vednenday prayer service, 7::8t'( I tie bring, added each Ahul' hintIng lie Is a lift graduate, or Ferntnd :
CIICRCRSouth l5r 8th St. Ph 261.3 C! ailKCII OF CHRIST p.m. I jjecli important( In;1 Pita;: oonservatijnf II million If three have been rectv. hire tiappcd the game anl site to u'lIre p<'edirr release im Hindi High School.
South 14th Street Rev W. W Roland Cnmmlsnloi trapping andrtliinlini TKI 1IfLt'1111
through
many go
Earl Hilbert Minister FIRST OF GOD the banding of wnlirfowl on the 10j S. Hull and Wildlife! released on *'a" \Ions wildlife man
Sunday School . Marts Imrmd
10 I ) proiiinm khilllc board implex Irym' lakn
a a
m.
Bible _. 10 00 Re E. A. Lrwia PuMor agemcnt( areas '1'1' nlher nrens where
Sunday! Study : a m breeding grounds provides Informs Service tIn "
lately ot tin clisf of the
Worship Service hunting .
Him. ( k tin other( feller block offChilliv
Prayer Meet ng. Tuesday 7:30: Morning Worship 11\ :00 am 10:00: a.m. ?...-.. Sunday School Ill n on the nuieri< of hiids that arehunted .--- suitable) wlldlHt ,tialiitat In found I 'a""n, and enniluli prior to I IIII' Crant Bjrlhmlon ,CUItuird \.'
BiU Study, Thursday 730pm; p.m.. Evening Worship .. 7:00 pne.FIRST 11:00: a.m. .-....> Worship! Service I i In each Stale' or Province : the last resort the world lal but where Ihu' ,,native. deer or tur.. muting Rinson in aldltlon to tinreleaie !.
*: vie ' of deer and turkey, h"11. I
PRESBYTEKI1N: : ibout the behavior and I life hi tur j jt I lag CNpmltv, i tsA,,dte canoe tees ned
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'. MltmFI! CATHOLIC I 7:80: p.m. Evftngelidtlc\ Service power to moral Umiti It is the deeds of wild hoot have been re i
CHI'RCH CHURCH Thursday mid week! service I t Ics of over 800 kindt of North Am.|one and, perhaps. only knson abedhistory been re'ichedI : II leased in areas whire the wild ling Classifieds Pay OffAMERICA'S f
Rev Lernard Duncoa, Pastor Rev. John Duller Pastor I 7:30 p.m. crlean birds i I lemhii I),,('!' trapping| consisted d HI :In liiHuiiiil an a game animal I. !
Church School ......-..... 9:41 A.M. ----- -- .. ... ..
Sunday MaRl .. ---- ------- -- --- ---- -- - -- -- -- -------
2nd, 4th Worship Service ........ 11:00 AM.I I!-
Sunday __,_ '7:30: am. Youth Meeting 6:00 PM
Sunday Mane ....... .......J.. lit, led Church School ...::,::.?... 7:JO P.MMEMORIAL : 'I'I'tr
I Site !Sim'iiv. 11:30 am, -tr 6 .
Mon,Iny. Yo ing People 7 p.m. MPTHODIST .
Tuca\! Novena Services 7;30 CHURCH

r p.m.Oail Ntlimn \', Mojer, Pastor : ,.
.?_.?.. ..?._._ L.. 8 a.m. 0:45 a.m. .._....... Sunday School :
Saturday ..._.._.? Convent Chapel 11:00 am .?..Morning Worshi) ,
8:30 Communion In Convent 3:15 \jim. ? MYF Supper A Programs. .
O *: rSPRINCiIiI.L \ .

: : BAPTIST :30 p.m. __ Evening Womhli .1 ; .[ :
tf CHt'RCH ittt .
State Hiw.v 107 ,,. NMUHev .llle ST PLIERS!: El': 'tooLOPAL4.IIURCH 1i
Dan F. Wade, PaMoira '
.*ors Prayer Time The Rev. Jamea D. Ellisor, Rector i

(Tear" Men) .............?......? 7 a.m. 7:3d: AM Holy communion
Sunday School: .......? 0:45 a.m. 10:00: A.M. Choral EucharUt inodern ; '
Morning Worship ?....... 11 a.m. 11:IS A.M. Church School mos refinery .
TriditlnB Union. ...... 015: p.m. 6 00 P.M. Episcopal Y, gng : .n'
Fvuilnir Worship ....... 7:30: p.m. Churchmen 1 .
Wednesday: (Thin la the schedule of every I
:Mon* Hour of Power .... 't p.m. Sunday with the exception of the
I* itt Service _"? 7::10 p.m. last Sunday of the month) .
'Whosoever wll' may come." H :
t. LAST SUNDAY OF THE now serving Florida
CIIURCH Of COM. MONTH
m Cor. 4i hind Cedar Sin.R 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion
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Phone 261.3807ItHM and Sermon '
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)) *.m. ?_>_.. Sunday; School 11:15: A.M. Church School :
11)00 am. ...?. Morning Service! 5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young
Y <5E:. Friday Evening 7:SO p.m ChUthmet;
T::38! p n.. .? .? Evening fltrvlce .1
Prayer meeting Wednmiy CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH I With giant strides, the South marches forward.\ \
Bailey Road ;
.: 7:30 p.mPi'E .
v -fyfr J. C. BYRD PASTOR 'r i

GROVE BIPTIST CntHC3Hfv Sunday School............ 10 A.M eP. :
tourists!
industries! More More Mora
More people .
W. C.. Rrorki Pastor Morning Worship ........... 11 AM .
SUNDAY Et'IESIY Evening Service ......_ 7:30: P.M. ,
: income! And-far more automobiles, requiring t \
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Y 9-4'j AM: . Sunday School .
! 11:00 AM Morning Worship PAULO LUTHERAN a hundreds of millions of gallons of petroleum .t
6:f 0 P.M. Men Prayer Service CHURCH 1"
V 640 P M. Training Union Amelia City tint Intersection J. Products each years
7 JO P.M. Evening Worship 'I AMA ...'.1.; (. 4 .. .".'..:,\ .
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7QO_P.M. _Prayer Service_ 1:00 am. Morning Sen leePlumbing To match this growth, we have recently completed '
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I Covering 2600 acres this refinery is fed with crude

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oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest' _

Problems ? r underwater pipeline in the world. With a capacity J


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.. ;- : 24-Hour Service ; t "4 { world's largest refineries. p ,- .-,;

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This new refinery embraces all of the latest ,
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technology particularly
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:o WE CLEAN SEPTIC TANKS AND
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GFASE TRAPS. These completely new Standard Oil gasolines r ,.

... t are on their way to you now. Try them at your ,,,, .
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t .... ,r.age Ten New8-Lt'ader, Fernandina Beach, Florida -.. Thursday, March ]9. ]9G.t I lake some skill. Team members shows Itself In a variety or.

must be taught how to 1 1- Research 'One area of benefit jm, ',
._" : March 23 Deadline Debating Teaches Students Logic( I topics, 2 Organize their materI tloned, would be the urea ''I,
I Happenings; Around Yulee I luis 3 Form related facts Into i I rishlp training. lie nuleri 111,, ,
Set For Baseball speech 4 Present the position leadership potential amon!, n,

BY ANDY MEAD I I Practice Schedules'Because "Pupils need a chance to learnto : effectively 5 Use logical reason. club members. "The pral'III"I\
Ing to the point or position j help a campus leader, an ." ,
....". there Is a limited number think on their feet and express convey llld
"TTie Voice volunteer fire depart- lion, Bring cant! debate team tlon president, or even a soot
your dirty of baseball.and Softball fields, themselves, said Joe Allen Junes Training s !good
merit had an oyster Focal and meet. Monday we started our high and they must be shared by the Fernandina Beach High School takes effort and cooperation on the I said Jones."It .
,oj ing Tuesday night There were I'school Intramural The first game Men's League Women's English instructor "Debating andueoite part of student as well as liiblruc. leaches them to timlk,
;bft; [ twenty or more present and : was between the seventh and the Little League Senior lAoallue'l club give them this chance." lab Kathy Allison. Jeff Davis, I question! and to see the \H,,
| they ale about :eighth grade girl. The eighth school and the Minnesota Twins' vo' Jones, Debate club sponsor, continued Lyn Wilson, and AI Jones mike proof. Fewoflhe. club ,"?", ?,
1 'our biuhels of grade won with a score of 174. The farm teams I have of necessity set ,, up the major affirmative and nella. accept thulgs on face vjju
jowl oysters with I I[Eighth grade boys won by a score Monday, March 23 at S p,m. as the I The Debate Club was reln.stltul- live teams In this group( All must look Into reasons and pea ,,I II i
ill the trimmings I'I of 17-13 They are nou the Jr High deadline for. turning In all practice ed at the start of this school year I find extra time to devote to this I said
..II They will meet champs.April. schedules, said Sandy DeSandro and hiS, In the time lapsed be. |I educational, but extra-curricular ac. As far as school work _i..,
attain Saturday I Recreation Center director, twecn then and the present grown''' couldn't help but help Hum' ?, ,
morning to work I 1 Deadline Schedules should note the date I to a membership of 12. The club Kathy, also a musician (piano I studies," Jones continued 'I
a on their building and time of the practice time request -| was organized because of student and band>, takes time! from a busy I i learn to sift the Imporumi '
: and gain Tuei- Announced By ASCS and should be turned In al Interest, It differs from past dc- I schedule of school and church ac. the unimportant Ideas, ilUiin,
day nile I On Tobacco LeasesMiss the Recreation Center. Also It want/ bale clubs In that Its members par. tiUtlcs! to pursue her debating In. I between fact and upinion ,nod
3J Sunday a m the frame home of requested that teams turn In their tlclpate In Inter-scholastic meetsUniversity. teresls Lyn WlUtn, recently nam.ed | sun more logically,
MM. Eaymond Gray caught fire and the Myrtle Mlkkelaen. County Dame schedules as soon as possible, such as the recent District meet as winner of fie Belly Crocker( Debating also neies'iiJU"
-. fire dept got there about 7:30. It Office Manager ASCS. reminded No deadline: hat been set as yet. | held at Jacksonville I Homemaker of Tomorrow Award. Ita thorough knowledge cif the \libi'the i
J= was too late to lave the house but farmers today that April 1, 1964 Is According/ to DeSandro, this I II The Fernandina Beach teams each I member of 5 additional school ,' SOUl ee material louml m i n
o"H surrounding buildings were saved I the deadline for filing tobacco>> lease deadline Is necessary because of ; 0. won 2 of 4 debates In which they, clubs and the Inter-club council how to find It. According in 4i i,
""" Also a woods fire was averted by agreements. April 1 Is also the last I the conflicts of date and time which I 4, participated. AI Jones maintains an "A" aver a wider scope of reading is also
th'c"flre dept being there and day to cancel a lease. must be worked out before the According to Jones,, the club was axe while participating actively In I cjuraged In the students
rw catching it In time. be, started on sort of experimental I ; I Thespians and band In addition tohis
It is Important to have these teams may placed on the baseball IIi iii an The record of the acv dt i
1:1 "tli'cre sure was a lot of people leases at the office as early as ; field pr cluaiichedule./ ; basis but has since worked so debating lt Jclf Davis, a memberof teams slums their Imnuclnu" ,
"-* leaving Yulee Saturday nlte. They possible so the county committeemay For further, < Information(; phone I FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL DEBATE well that he predicts that It will I the negative bide I of I the debate the cess; while perhaps lulun,,' Jiles
net with people from Fernandina the CLUB likely continue next team, looks forward to using
establish normal yields and Recreation, Cppfflf at year and responsibilities
j2 alld' 'med l a motorcade and went revised notices sent, I ,. presented the affirmative and the negative of .the Medicare Forming a successful debate speaking experience he Is gaining I rnnLc'ler )\ ,
//1' 1"'e" issue to Rotarians at a recent luncheon I In future endeavors '!! rcpic'sent tnc lai.,K.U
= Callahan, to the home of Jim I Nassau County ASCS Office 261.5261./ meeting. team from a group of enthusiastic, now
= Thomas where they paid tribute to hours: Monday through Friday BowlerettesBY / Left to right, for the negative, Jeff Davis Lyn Wilson; but Inexperienced prospects could. The.. value of such experience effects oC such a program
debate coach Joe Jones for the --- -- ---
"T Herb MeKendrec Dam. to 12 noon and 12:30 p.m. to ANGIE:" DREW and AI Jones. ; affirmative, Kathy Allison

::: The seniors are trying 10'i raise 4:30: p.,m, Closed all day Saturday. Week ol '.1. ,
by having W L Pins I t.
money a cir wash this
=-... Saturday at.the East Service Sta. Trade Af Home Reddy Kilowatt 42 30 5(18)6)
'-"- I Beach Bar 38 34 58745 Hardee On Top At Pirate
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Land & Williams 32 40 580H :

Beach Hadden Bar high Lanes Tenon 3-Game 32 40, 57884 2634 I' Close of Women's I Final Scores Q What's so surprising about Oldsmobile's JetstaftB 8 ?

I Hadclen Lanes 24'W! Ij j Basketball I Ronnie Sapp 313;; "I' '", ,
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JReddv Kilowatt 2476 Mike Cook. 273 ,I 1111" I r
ra j, High Ind. Games W IIIcp.I I[Joe Thrift 193 11116 1111at.In,,,
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R'llh' Williamson 57 Tl'RT GORDON Richard Sipp 112
I VI; Suilano 570 I II One-sided scores marked the Steve Beckett 124 ,,'". ''' "
| June OSlcen 553 final basketball games of the Wo I Ted Sieger 61 ,
High Team Game men's' Basketball league play last Benny Alvarez 45 ai rl
J Beach Bur 991 week as the Hardee'i teim,trounc. Richard Schomas 36
Roddy Kilowatt 850 ed the KAC. ...17. and la the sec. Richard Nobles 14
Hadden Lanes 847 I end game, the Yulee Stevens'i, team John Harrison 12
High Ind. Game belled the YIlee, Mcrchanl.,)60-1& ]Mitchell Ferrelra 2
Ruth Williamson 207 Coach Jake Bunch used hi* guards I Chuck Howard 2

hd br silts //a (:ovens Gampaen fwd Velma lodge 187 :, to play forward part of the Urn In I GAME SCORES 0
June O'Steen. 180 j! an effort to keep the score down "ernandlna' 44 Maeelenny -.40. qli
-- as his Hardee's team defeated I
a KAO'I rnnndlna 71 Clay 51
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Taunce Smith enjoying one of
Fernandina
52 Milliard 71
i better scoring nights, led Harriets Fernandina 71 Union 49
with 17 points. Eloise Minton
scar Fernandln 72 Orange Pk 53
ij" ed 8, Ellie Rlce-6, Betty Hexberc-4, I
Fernandina 47 Clay 60
Is Your !Mary Futch-2, Annie Moore-2 and Fernandina 47 Belles 42
Name Here? June Roland
racked up one poinllCarolyn ) Fernandina 79 Yulee 51
Knight scored 11 points Fernandina 56 Starke 82
: 'f to lead the KAC team In scoring
Fernandina 58 Macclenny! 38
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Hamilton scoring the
Fernandina 60 Bolles 82
other sixBootsy.
Fernandina 37 Omige Pk 27

These Are The Progressive Merchants, Business i and Judy Bennett Robinson Rowland Linda' Knight Evans.and Fernsndlni Fernandina 79 50 -- Clay Hilliard- 51- 60 fIts

KAC.rthrnda Guest did the playing for Fern ndlna 74 Yulee 55 price.lower than 30 models with low price names!

: "Professional Men Who Are A Part of The Fernandina Elsie Brown scored 18 points to Fernandina Fernandina 45--50 Clay- Starke- 51- 51

lead Stevens' la( their victory over Kcrnandlna 60 Its size. 123 inch wheelbase
the Yulee Merchants. Patsy Jones P. K. Tango 63 a big-car !
Fernandina 59
.100.1each Bolles 32
Chamber of Commerce. !scored 17. Nina Murphy.13 and Vlrginla I Fernandina 42 Orange Pk -20

Brewer-8, for Stevens'. Fernandina 39 Palatka 67i Its performance..zestier 330-cu.-in. Jelfire Rocket V-B 8!
4. Pam Davis scored 9 to lead the!i Fernandina 67 St. Aug 59 '
!Merchants In scoring with Sharon 1 Fern ndlna 1259 Opponents 1121
t A. S. Allan Lewellen's Groover scoring ft and Sharon Co. I Fernnndlna won 13 lost 9
Amelia Island Sea Foods, Inc. Lockwood's Drug StoreLynn's onner-1.Karen. Sensational performance for everyday owner driving!
T. H. Ahkins", Advertising Signs Dress Shop | Groover, Lois Groover:, I JAM sea sac apa
and Susie French did the guard
Atlantic Stores, Inc.liuiley's Dr. John W. !McClane, Jr. duty for the Merchants. I
Department Store Guy W. !McCulley Juanlla Knight Linda Groover
e Hecker's I'harmacy Edwin N. McKendree\ I Virginia Brewer, and Wilma Cir. saw .run sub lasts GBBlOS.

I A, Kay Blue Reline Marlin. Accountant Court Herbert R. II. McMillan S. McKendree, Jr. Stevens'ter did the team.defensive work for the I TERMITES WN fR[ T N f AC lION I S!

Blue Seas, Inc !Macke Vending Company WORK ALL YEAR
a L. L. Uohannon Real Estate & Ins. Mary K's Department Store
Bottom Dollar Store Mather of Fernandina I CityBowling can ROUND ...> HUM LICit MUIIUII 1L1III.IIIIIIOIIi., ?SUMIUIUSIH'*''EIHI, natal Mrtl S),moan N.sine L KIS1U' Kin......

a Dr. Cecil ItrewtonDr. Edward Mattson\ ( 232 South i

J, n. Britton Frank Mayer Contractor League 8th Street Reynolds Motor t Co.Phone
Buccaneer Laundry & Dry Cleaners !Moore's Grocery & !Market !
: Paul C, Burns Ins & Real Estate Agency Nassau Building & Supply Co. Inc I BY HENRY ELLIS ter IM uks of yew Aeme
s Chuck's TV Service Nassau Fertilizer & Oil Co., Inc. Week of '.11 -IOOKINO .01 A GOOD USED CAM LOOK .011 THI "VAIUI.HAtiD" SitN AT YOUII OlDI DEALlril-
: City Ice & Fuel Co. Ocean Pier Total -- -- -- -- --. ,
I Container Corporation Box Div Ocean Terrace Motel\ Team Standings W L Pins
a Container Corporation !Mill Div. Ocean View !Motel Tilman's Cabinets 66 34 69462
: Mrs Monroe Cox Ode Florist Morris and Payne
a 1)). & II. Motor Service Oxley) Body Ship 62'i'' 37's' 69848
Mortuary
Madden Limes 52 48 66459
5: J. I U.) DituKherty Pal.ice Saloon & Package Store Beach Bar 4Vt 54'a' 642211 Any Way (

Tom Davits: Photographer Partin's K.AC. 37'i' 62'.. 65567
: Dr. B. F. Dickens Peter's Electric Company Becker's Drugs 3H'4' 63'4' 66313: fr '?
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Dixieland) Stores Inc. Peterson Packing Company High Tram, 3-games '> I You .
: Downtown Gull Station Porter's Fish Camp Tllman's Cublncts 2987 /a' ,
j Vernon N. Drake Rayonier! Inc. Morris fc Payne 2C23

a Pernandina Itench News-Lender Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. Beach Bar 2856 lea'u
: I'ernandina Itench Shipping Co. Robison Jewelry Company High Ind 3-Cames I
Tommy Tilman 625>> Look
a Frrn.mdina I Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Sahlman Sea Food Joe Surlano 124 0 .
: Fernandinn! Dock & Realty Co. Sandbar Restaurant Carl Green 822
Fernandina Federal Savings & Loan Co. E. J. Smith Arent. Seaboard Airline High Team Game J;
: Pernandina Hardware Co. Railroad Morris & Payne 1081 .
At
; Pernandina: Loan Corp. Seaside Motel\ & Dining Room Tllman's Cabinets 1070 It
a Prrnandina Lumber & Supply Co. Seaside Motel & Apartments Beach Bur 1060 l t

i !I'frmndint :Motor Parts Co. Sentell's Restaurant High Ind. Game .
John T. IVm-ini & Son Real Estate Thomas J. Shave, Jr. Joe Surlano 263
I and Insurance Southern Bell Telephone & Tel. Co. James Lynn 241

i Firi'Mon" Iteiieh' Supply Southern Music Distributing Co., Inc. Mike Flnlu high Snatch Howlers 239 YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT

I II. W. "Fishier Spence Grocery & Market: Johnnie Williamson 212560Titnmv
Fife Points! Grocery & Hardware Standard Hardware Co. Tllnuin Ml' -550
five Points. Piukaire; Store; Standard Oil Company John Beckett 201-550 THE SERVICE YOU GET FROM '

: Plori'la ,th5lract, & Title Co. Steven's !Motel Yulee Joe.. Surlano 215-540
a: Plnrida National Bank Dr. James Stewart Carl Green 203-520 4 .
: Florid Public I'tililles Co. Suburban Propane Gas ServiceSue's James Lynn 212fMIKlcber : SUBURBAN PROPANE

i Foremost Dairy Motel and Restaurant Hotter lladilen Skldmorc 181-511 IIr521/ "::4l ,
i I C3AC Fininr( Corporation Surf Motel and Restaurant John Bnrnluk 170-301
(;lens's Variety Store Terminal Paper Bag {'o., Inc., Yulee Buddy Oridcr 185-500
a General Investment Corp. Albin Thompson, Jr. high Average Bowlers ''\'
: Co'drn: Me :Motel Tringali Brothers Holier Madden 187
Gulden Smds; (I'il\ ilion lTpper Deck Motel Cecil Undue.. 180 Serving All Nassau County Our Office, Showroom, and Plant
: Good llotisvkvpp'ni (Gas ('0.. Yulee Waas Drug Store Johnnie Willwnwn. 177 All
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CordonV: .\nlnmnl \e Service NVI'AP Radio Broadcasting! Station John llccki'it '' 177 Fernandina Beach,
: Gulf: Oil) Cornp.im) :, J. \Veathrrford Kleber .Skidmorc 171 with
: y, I'. I'ill In-nrnnce Agency John T. Wei ner Guarantees You Fast And

s Ilirdcf! Brothers Western Auto Associate i
: IIi-Fishi: Dip.irlment Store Winn-Dixie Food Store Store you PROTeCrwlwLtes ,s Radio Dispatched Trucks Efficient Service

a Jacksonville Paper' Company Woodward :Motor\ Company WINTER WHEN YOU FOOD HOT SUPPLY
: he'ston1 Hotel\ R. H. Young. Inc. a
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I Dear Sad Willie My comments would truly appreciate any suggestions I[ Pear Lorclta: Alcoholism As It r NeWS! (' der. Fernandina Tenches, Florida Thursday, March. 19), 1961! Page.,Eleven

will, make you .Ladder then perk i / I Affects the Aged Is excil'enl For ,
you up Pulverized II our once. DESERTED I. 'free cop, write to the magazine I II. I pickles. Others make Jiwrlry! ero.I for others What wan It? He ''1 Pineapple I Luncheon Sandwiches"

qtr ,j I proud tradition of the S.generation Dear Mother! Here are S pieces railed Geiialilc locus, published I dieted hits, needlework plicemats, ,I I wanted ti.> make dill rrsdles for 1 cup flm'ly diced cooled bam
\ farm famll)'. Todjy farm Is of advice Please ollow all three! i,i by Knoll IMminaceuilcal C.., Or. for local shops. In dealing with atln, 'I Xmas fur handicapped kids He i 1 cup erushed canned
i'lOW", factory In the field with No.1. Ask your city's librarian 1 ance. N. J, ink for the Issue dated I Ii auk point.blank what they pay! '! turned nut 30, HO far' He aims tu I, pin apil| drained
so place for faltering farmhands what your slates requirements ore:I i April II, 1963, Tour letter worries' i CA11ION: Don get swindled bfadvetltwrs 'I II urore 1 loll The molitatinn' of sertlic ,' 2 I 1bll'"I":, ,'"". milk or water
I IK This Is the rather shocking slate- i for librarianship No. I. G. to' me Anything else I run do to help I demand thai yon IIIUM IK one of the most beautiful I iaelMsel; |li11.ulld lluxldld,
ri' ''MgawNtq' mint delivered at a gerontology your Legal AM 'for financial help youj buy machinery (mm them for in life I, Tu give grnolouKl ((1'0 acript '. 2 I inliii-sp'" us piieapplu Julie
"home\\ork", Most of these are 1 "hi' '
I conference I attended last week for the kids from your absconded an n egg
Your solution? discover your I husband No I, Endorsed by the I IIT: 'S GO TRAVELING! outright RAIDS, How about some grsriuuNU in the olhtr,) Tryit Mix hint' four Ingredltnts UvRtther
? I ell)"'. resources for happy living! principal at your school apply to IHur Hi'It'n: I see lots of Senior suggestions from our reader loure already up one rung tn well and spread beteonslices
4e'' t I your School Board for regular I fUr.I'n, tours to ga to Europe, But I Dear Readers can you help with the ladder by having arrrplidgrsrluuxU' of buttered bft'ad..b1l each
I COMPLETELY TORMENTED! work In the cafeteria. And don I think It I li Just' ai Inlere'sting and''' further Income.Ideas? If you wish I'll gite side of I'llprepared smflwkhca

-.---'- !Dear lichen: I've been following be shy or timid! I would be lid" if fun for a cltyi you hiN name and aililrrns Maybe In the beaten egg which Jlnf! been
Helen: I'm reading!! the Halklead Professor or Exprrlmra- ',your column closely, hoping some I ocular clllnim lo gel louMhrr!: and MED: IIEIP ON A PROHLFM/ : ? the two nf Mess. combined with milk: saute until
ou can
else mlKht have problem UIIERF TO RETIRE, PLEASE .llIhl ,,'hi 11. Write to Helen Alptit National Senitr > swan golden, brown on bath sides Serve
booklets you Rent me Thanks, I : tel PsveholnKV at the I'nlv. of one my .I.II |110 !: ntaibv plans: :
really enjoy them! In your column Chicago following tests given to My mother 82, and my father 79, Dear Helen' : We enjoy your column with. inch oilier. Why toot I this Center Lrhli.li!: Acres Florida! Mn he IN an inspiration In you' M 1011I'1.'. 2
didn't you once write that arc 10030 people' In Chicago, Newest''own their old.hpc home, con I Can you tell us about the dine,' T (nuld I orwnlrp such aI j 3.WW, or In core of this ntwspnpprWiite .........ot... ..--ora.... ...."... -, ,--
dues not weaken the brain I'm Idea Is that mental ability may at-1 jtnntlv fluM with each other although dent retirement places In Florida.I ::hung: : (ml: l simie : I."II. or today for the free lint of the T l
his vision Is and lives ) litns Dint I regards .ugl/I'I.I I booklets and smites
73 and brighter than I was at 25 tribute to longevity 1 So lets all pin point California our son there I many -
TRIUMPHANT: get brighter! If you want more oa he's crippled from arthritis, she I lArl'ona. New Mexlto, We're also J I WANIliElt.: 1 : able tu. you, compllnunU
Deer Triumphant: Newest studlei these studies write to me al Natlonnl phones around town complaining I I Interested In Colorado I Dtar Muniltrer: I got news for column aVIIII'1 TO THE VOTERS OF
on the retention' of intelligence Senior Center Lehigh Acres how my sister and I do nothing MAX, \e.i'I Us bring dune, And you'reI
came to my desk .this morning, Boll Flu 33)36 for them (she la so wrong'! ) Even I Dear Max I'll make a deal with I Just the buy to gel It going In your GET; A JOB? NASSAU COUNTYI
'em down and you get this in.swcrs the doctor has a fit about the Incorrect I you You send me a 20.vol. encyclopedia i I hi.mi'town'! Su you want t a safari My patents surest I Kit a jib
way they take medicines full of' blank pages, and In siibi:rtiini :Mil'nrnpnlls. bark In as airline ttwardtss.htie can I !
'The brain THMMtl) OK TO
: Is like a muscle, TilE FARM FAMILY! I AMO\M\r/ ME
and pills\ l my sister has to go III fill It with retirement news i 119.9. a ou..lllv train trip to Duluth I find honk writing
up a on .auofue-I '
l'se II! If you don I, It gars flabby Dear Helen: In the good old HUN INOITOSH() ) I IN TilE M I.5'1'11 DEMOimiC .
there and count out the pills, yet for |opened an milting rtcreation pro. applitutlon letter?
you toy
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like any muscle! Slay PI'PPY'with '' di\s. nobody worried ( !ritlMMtY FOR
about where : KK-hLhlTION; : ; ( TO.
docsnt ) sister and The l 1)lIl.llh Involved
this help| My 1111'11111 trip a Miss 22 I Lynn Moan, I
education too, li the verdictof lu live Old
folks
'I on the farmstayed I have to work she has 3 children NEED HELP ON A PROD i, train ride Ktenie ItUN, bout ride und I i Your publU library. Gel a d;rItmnsr C.KOI i I i. on 1.0mealw.: .\V AND PORT
Institute IZ scientists of Menial at Health the National Billiondi with j the children In the l I I have 7, I live 18 miles away. (I LESS? Write: to Helen Alpert, Na: 3S3 eager srninrn By last year, I ), ton. ," You mIN.'III'III..1! two ,\(Al'IIIOKITY.' Is ,\ \\ \\ONDFRI:I, mi ING,

Md There a strong connection big fui'mliouse, I used to live on I Outside: members of the familyberate tlonal Senior Center, Ltlilkh.: Acres, extiimlins had rxpindid to a 4ilav out of three key wiirtU Nolioil I IMI.I, )DO MIJLS1' 10) W.lm.NT'otJlt
between vigorous use of the a farm, moved to .the city, wish I us for wanting' to put our I Florida, 33.136 or In care of this train 'trip to Mlunlprg, Might '' ran do better' than that! l'ONFIpEN'E.( ;
brain In daily activities, and were back, except that we sold parents In the county home near. newspaper Write today for the I swing along the Mississippi, Colo- 1. I .
I
of Itrful('' kern This pic.Mrvatlon I'the place. Any commintsT, by, It'. a very pretty place, Please frl.'Clat\ of the many booklets and radii llneuln Historical Tour loSprlikfiild Ml SUN IS A WIIHHIdint : : HMtlO I n. ( Df mix'rat) JOHNSON
I give us advice I i iTOR services available to you compll Illusion, New Orleans' (Candid: !! !Tor Re.Hi: 'it(;ion
won confirmed by Dr. Ward C 'I SAD WILLIEBACKACHES Sunday I saw a lovely I Ithing I
of this columnRETIREMENT Great lake cruise, and hired
menu a a Group; I I. Ocean & Port
Highway
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Dear Tormented: I IENTED'I I jeseert'': The Dutch,treat travel plan I I
I culled for her, walked her to hen Authority.
your letter In my column IIEI.P FOR 5c was luuiihid hv the Suburban ReI1 '. '
held! dour foiher Pild YaU'Iral AitvortlHhi nlMove
auto, thu
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your plight Is not umisuul, I hope,,1 Dear Helen: I just got aequaiiited j 'rent' Ionssi liitlon, a United Fund / open|
and cloud blare i
It irolmraround
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what I say will' 'fortify others I with your column In our nl'wa".pt'r'' .\ui'nrv. Tau inn do the same ""-- "
I to the drlvvi's si'at. My
'' against the ,guilt.complex given by lure I am In RCHK' ) health cxerpl t ti I, thing, bin\ or little' trips fanning out "- -- -
does this lie Into
gossipers" and Ignorant neighbor! i for high blood! pressure and soitijf front Miur hiinelnwn, lot dttailswrite son in never unit nomclimeo''tuna nutgit '
by myself
Backache In Industiliil workers In a frequent and troublesome : Both your parent belong In a eye trouble My wife and I plan to to the Dim, 'lor, Senior ('it!. tin motor btfoie I'm rtinly
nd'lon, ,! "Nit Only does 'II d;sah'e an ollu rwlse healthy worker, hem where they will get professional retire years We're In our tat I q fens'I I m(e' Aellvlt'es, Mil4nil .
:1I2 1 1"11 axluiintil, to have l lur th ,
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reducing his Income, and depriving industry" of his services. It also caret! Your mother's doctor 501 : you rceomnuml I BOIIM !{ .\>e., N. I:". Minneapolis
resulU In Industry paying large sums of money for compensation can help you place your parents books for us to rend, lu st,irt wit h'MARTIN. Minn, y5hI I I. The whole Idea Is call What inn I dn? o A
The You also get help from ,. 'I'mtmrx In Travel WWW., llmlHon, town, O
only logical, way to deal with buck' pain IN In correct the can your I|Icd I I
cause l'rueHeallv all low back pjln can be traced to Mime' me. local family welfare! agency ('on. Dear Martin: As a public service Ala, shot you are wlNlfullvwatching .
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: fhanicil defect In 'the alignment of the bones In the lower spine suit the doctor Immediately Gel of this column a free list of r*. Ollt' (:.01.DIN: AGE: PROGRAM In respect and self.surlh
This freq'lonl'y results from some faulty movement of the spine your folks placed fast Otherwise' commended books and booklets Is I>tjr Helen: Think you for your belonging In someone,
while, 11'01' king, your mothers slapdash cooking sent to any reader who wants It':' Idler\ and the b"kIt-lN." I passed else! Self.wnrth IN filling gout
To deal effectively with this mechanical problem of the spinal as you describe will' see them Just write your request U me ,al the letter\ around at our regular about Miur.elf. Often this Is worth
,o column It Is arel'. a'y to ,,milt a spetlallit In human tngineerIng bnth expire! of starvation! Come National Senior Center Uhlgk meeting, Our Pine Bush Senior more .thsn money t A primary pir. i bio: :
Such i *prel.ilikt In the modern C Mropractor whose work ts to think of It, those gostipers Acres, Fla S3936 Free of charlie I rillzins (lub meets every Mondayat sons! place fur our own self r- \
M effective In reducing the number of man hours lost from work, sound senile toolGOLDEN I II you can get, for Instance a fins I:30 P,M, He hiive a brief worth for love and acceptance that long \ r.awaite1 '
,. that it Is recognized by hundreds of leading Insurance companies booklet, "So Youve Got IIIq' nets meeting! then free time to happen to I be right there In our \
t,today I AGE FUN Blood Pressure! You can get "Ma chat talk about our operations, etc, own family circlet! Talk to your
Dear Helen: Have you any ture Vision and Us Care" to show At i P,:M. coffee and cake, for tie son about this of course. He's
books on Golden Age/ Clubs for how to take better care of your each He have no dJes Our program probably completely unaware of fflOi
Hours activities We're men and ladle eyes YM can get the acts on exactly l Is flexible. We have entertainment how much It means to )nu. I conslanllv /
60 years of age and up Very active what It costs to live In sev. udelsfs' group singing, feel that one great troubleof ,
Mon., Ned. Fri MRS LILLIAN. oral) retirement cities Including the dancing sneakers, high school ours U how we let our com ; '
912 & 26 I Dear Lillian! To s similar let. price of haircuts! You get l I' band, community work We'd be munlration.lineo break down! Especially ., own! r
ter I suggested travelogues, movies short a 4-page list of glad to hl'arI hal other clubs are between families! I vour .
4) 131 Kings/ Street Yy (you can get a lot tree!), lee. able Information hllhly11lu'l doing Your dream of a home of your own can come ilorI:
'. tore, etc I'm sending you the you to good! decisions JAMES P. HONNEY V. P. HAPPY IIODRY I
Phone 729.5614Kingsland onv\ true NOW! A low-cont Home Loan from u
names of some Golden Age prtsl. thing All you have to do Is ran I I'm retired and navo woodworking ,
/ Georgia dents ho'll tell you about their your eye over the list of titles FOR EXTRA IMOME machinery my daughter gave takes tare ('f the financing! Terma arranged t4
Jumpln' meetings'! check the ones you want. and ask )Dear< lldtn: 1 Do you know of me for hobby work I'm really not I I suit your income I
I for them! P,S, Use your good rye! nnvtl,Ini? an ildir woman urn. do. Interested On thu other hand,1 ..' .:
DR. C. R. CROCKER DR. T. A. OWEN DESERTED MOTIIFR I In the hOIll", to I, bring In un Income. there It s'ts and 1 ought tu dnsoniethliiK ,
I Dear Helen: I'm over SO 8 children HAVE A DRINK Ads want you to mldrcsi envelopes. Can' you rei'omini'n,I Fernandina Federal:;
S are married. My husband Dear Helen: For a long lime I 11 tic. I was always' afraid that II anything interesting I'll give it
Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic left us recently and I have to have wanted more Information on would not pay. Any suuaistloiisT a try anyway. '
I work. I have 2 years of library alcoholics and older people toil ANXIOUS. Bored lop", Itllmnn, MlUtrrnfly 1 Savings & Loan Assn.
study, left to get married, haven'tmuch I visited a rt.tlfI'Il I i genIII .
"Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic wrote about this recently Where Dear Anxious: Have you any spe.rial
: other experience Now II 'man whn spent bin last cent on a
of Jacksonville" I help out In the school cafeteria, can I get a free copy' .kllls. for extra Income? Some woodworking machinery because 202 Atlantic Avenue :

''bllt need something steadier, 1 LORETTA women sell rakes, candies )Jelllts, he was motivated lo do something
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Page TwilKcwsLcadu: : ', rcrnnmliin! I Esiicli! rbiMt:! : i TluitKiluy, March J', 19JI!) t .; I City! ot fcurnundiiia Heath. have li.istructetfMim Those, persons who have I 'crtlft.
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rs From 1 I pdeple! la First Aid 'cafe In Wit Aid 'Can! receive a
N However! the percentage cl peoplohaving certificate M rt1I al l Self.Ifelp by
High/ / School Echoes mm ANTESNot j McqiMe first aid' *r CTnet- I tifclug: tiq K'dlllonol cwrsesArrgitgcntrtti .
I The Rec Center I I t/gcnty matilcal! can knowledge \hi \ are/ now being
E very. small I made tit each the H1lc l Self.
far from the south river bank
BY NED TYSON the combined faculties el the Help course In the, Nassau CcuutyHgS
He@o!! attendance and In Jacksonville it a boar spreading BT SANDY SANlRO' : : 'Sehcols -
Lave hid pertoot County: and the City of Fernanda!
Friday abets were administered If the trend contlnuel thry will be oak which tree long called ago tlio protected"Treaty let'Jcrt Ojk, I THURSDAY, MARCH I' Ceramics Room at S.30 p.m., Hank \ / Beach ne avafljfclo for teaching The geal li to \l'allenl'1 adult
to the student bcdy The needling excused from 6th period Mattel from the tun Beginners' Sewing Close In the Sides, laMe f t' MedleM: Self-Help and First Aid.Mi In Nassau County in Medical Self.
2 lofted all daY. On fie tame day, we Friday. If the trend ewitlbufSthroifgn ] wish to avail Help It Is desirable to ctmd'let this
i I'll wager the Injun get a lot of | Connective Room at 9rO: am?, Adult and Teens,Ceramics In the III i many people as I
wort MI a seven period schedule, / next Thursday! they win shadY deal from white men under ( Mary Harrlsm. Hrmo Denrnstra.fofi 'Ceramics Room at 7:3t: p m. Hank I S |J fierualves of fill training. The !training In groups of not over 50
with the last period devctcd to I be excused at noon for rifat day that old oak Agent, Instructor I Sides, Instr. Medic 4 Solf-Help program includes: or less than $1 persons

clubs I Monday night the: Key Club spar> Now since I Dival' county his a Playschool In tho Gunt Room: Jaycees In the Con'crcnco! Rots BY WALTed' J. PRESTON lit.i the fret! aid type train'ng! tnd InI I C ntact 1h* ,Nassau County Civil
Monday, the students were In sored a ticket drive for the benefit modern courthouse and Jacksonvl I rt 9:20 a.m. Carolyn Vlzcarrcndo. lit 8.03 p.m.Cett'licn DIRECTOR I addition It covers courses In Rarity. Defense Office ((261 5762) or the
I basketball game Tuesday night. a new 15 tory city hall nu mrehady |I idult leader Club Board Meeting In i acfve: raDoU flea thrul Living la Ccan'y! Health Officer (28155421(
:tore for more The money went to the Prcject deal are pulled off, Under Advarcod Ballet! Class In the Au. : lt. Game Room at 1:03: p.m. A Jclnt commi'nlriue from the Emergencies, Nursing Care o. the I for Informstlqft It would help If
'tad news re.sort Hope the eld oak that tl Itorlum at 4:00: p.m., Julannc i, Island! Squares Club in the Audi I Date Board cf Heilth, American SIck and lajjred, Infant Child erganlred grcupi would arrange to
c cards) Itrasnt I Spring football practice Is almost Now there a move underway to Owens, Instr.Rehelraal I torlum at 7:30: p.m. Red Cress and County Health Officers Care, and Emergency Childbirth. receive this instruction
nelly too I _. ..
'ad for of I:on Hi'last leg," and baseball prac. cut the old talc down, law It up on! for FERNANDfNA Men and Boys' Health Club In states as follows: -- -- ------ -- ----
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acme tire began Wednesday.The cure a lot of nervousness BALLET In the Auditorium at S.03 the Health! Club Room day and "1. m the event of nuclear a'tuck: ,
he students, but I
or ethers. It was seniors were honored with I From offices In both the courthouse I I p.m.. Julanne Owen, Instr evening I or serlons natural disaster, medical I II
z' too bad." I Mother( Senior Party last Friday and city hall official could I Adult Ceramics Class In the Art Atlantic Avenue Playground sup. facilities mill be severely limited '- -
The seniors I night The party was given by the tee the old oak with Its spreading from at 3:30: p.m., Hank Side, I ervlbcd play 110-3: :30 p.m. Dan and It will be necessary for miny II ;::
the KAC. building at limbs Ins'r I Kamcy InstrTTEIDAY I citizens to be able to care for
I at
have parents
fully tomeI
( ,r. worried Parents' Youth League In I I themselves until medical I tat n .
I Icing going for I Ituelll Ten Acres and everyone had I very If they had thought that I the MARCH tliPlayschool adequate ,
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:' our Uie. past few days they enjoyable time. Music was provtd.T'o them they concealed 'em pretty Conference Rocm at 7:30: p.m. In the Came Room can can be provided ,
that It, unfriendly citizens Men and Boys' Health Club In I
------ well. Until at I 30 am, Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, 2. A knowledge of emergency I
were seen at a window outside the Health Club Room, day and I adult leader medical care: for example, the
the m yor'l office 1 looking across evening! Special Double Session Ballet In treatment of shock or the admin.Istraticn .
the river toward thb'!all and whispering Atlantic Avenue Playground, supervised | the Auditorium at W:00 am of mouth-to-mouth rciut.
<92nS! play J.SO.S:30 p.m., Don Tap Class In the Auditorium at citation will !result In the saving of
: Ail A couple ot official approached' Nanney III tr. 13,SO p.m., Julanne Owens, Instr many lives Without tMs: knowledge"
People and commented about the view of FRIDAY, MARCH 20th. Intermediate Ballet Class In the many will die, .. .
the old oak. One of the citizens' ,,' Sewing Clan In the I Auditorium at 4:30: p m., Julanne "3. Yon have the direct re'pcn." ... ... .
commented he could tee It from Conference horn> at 9:30:: a.m. Owens, Instr slblllty to provide this knowledgeto '
I Us new office In the Lynch build Mary Harrison, Home Demonstra I Barbcrshoppers In the Conference citizens of your county." I if'you'use-,
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THAT( HAVE PURCHASED tins Agent, Instructor. i Room at 6:00 p mI ",
ng ten thin half Beginners' Sewing Clau In the I I n'i isure -in the Club The County Heilth OTicer! and I DU r idun
That was enough the Nassau County Civil Defense I NEW PONT
Conference Room at 1:30 ., ,
: m Room 7:30
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hall to the! old
mile from the city
a Director have conducted Medical
ITO h\\ THIS PAST YEAR I Mary Harrison Home Demonstra,1 t. !Men and Boys' Health Club In
oak And between a Lynch bJlldlngI Self-Help'! classes In thq county for I ,
lion Agent Instructor ,
tho Health Club Itcom, day andi ;
old oak Inbound I
I So the suggestive PerIOIII: The '
I approximately 60 Red:
5th and 6th grade Fun Club In the. evening. LUCITE
I to crme down. Those sturdy i I Cross and the kecieaticn Dlreclpr,
.. Auditorium 3:30 .
at
:: Atlantic Avenue
p.m. 1' Playground sup
If you have purchased a home in Nas- ,[ llmbi have any are desire not toe:to go kind Out politician on : Sub Teen Club! In the Came Room I[ervlscd play, 3.30.5:SO p.m", Don I -- --'I .

I at 7'15 p.m.Lutheran Vanney, Instr.WEDNESDAY. Jr.-Hi Elementary I IMEt3 ",
I ILVNCftOOM HOUSE PAINT'
r tau County and you moke that home the ill from Jack : Instruction Church In Adult the Conference Member.ship MARCH tMh I..
I Birthday Party In tie: Conference ,.
tonvllle Door prizes and bears :I Rcom 8 00 I -
at : p m Room at 3.00 March 23 21 : this
permanent residence then you are distributed, > p.m. 1 I year. I' _
:; your were Men and Boys' Health Club In Ceramics Class ( 12-14)) In
That all for I this week! the IIalih Club Room, day and j ages Monday: Beef stew w/p:tatoes, ; //011 .'n
: entitled to the benefits of Homestead I I evening '+I jI|I! the Hank Ceramics Sides, Instr Room _at 3.30 p,m? carrots and celery, buttered spin it probably will be the last timeyou'll I ImJ; ,

I II.J SATURDAY MARCH 21st. 1 I Ceramics Class (adjlt) In the I arh celery sticks, rolls and butter, 'I, repaint this decade. ,. A,
cherry ccbbler, and Mi pint mlk: I
5 Exemption." Ceramics Pcurlng Class In the Ceramics Re cm at 7::30 p.,m., Hank that new "LUCITE"
Art Room at 9,00 a.m., Hank Sides, 1 Sides Instr. Tuesday: Hpmburger!: bars pt!. Tests on actual houses prove
I tato chips dill pickles! lettuce and House Paint outlasts ordinary oli.base'holise paints
: Instr KAC Blood Bank In fie Audtor-: ,M..
3 People making! apnlioiHon for Homestead ex- ) 'w11'(1,1/ Puppet Thcatre (ages 8-8)) In thH turn 12:00: 7:00 p.m. I tomato salad whole kernel corn, '!' "LUCITE" goes IOn effortlessly-covers? wood, brick, .
brownie, and Vi pint milk "
Club Rom at 10:30: am, Faith Men and Boys' ITenlth Club In "
: fiction' for the first time must bring a Deed or an stucco, cement, masonry.
Brltton, Instr, 'he Health Club Room, day and Wednesday: Ravioli w/ meat ,
Article of Agreement to show proof of ownership Puppet: Theatre (ages 9.12)) lit evening. I mixed green salad w/ French ."LUCITE" House Paint hides surface Imperfections, j
: of Property. Th- Deed or Article of Agreement the Club Room at II:30 a.m., Faith Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. I Dressing. frozen field peas w/1 I resists chalking cracking, dirt and fading. No primer
must l b. recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit Brltton. liMe 'I ervlsed play 3.30.S:39 p.m., Don snaps, French bread and butter, needed for repainting if old paint is in ;good shape. .
r Court before en exemption can be altewMr. Tide U L N Spanish Club Car Wash In fie Nanney, Instr, peanut butter lOlL and 4 pint milk .

J'our renrfit.: It seven you money, so take advantage G T Parking Area THURSDAY: MARCH 26th.Playschool ,I Thursday, Oven fried chicken, ,I' Dries In one hour to form a weather tight\1'1.protective 'I( nm,,;

t of tills+ benefit. REMEMBER you must bring F Teen Club In the Game Room at In the Came Room al mashed potatoes w/ brown gravy shield.. l<' 1

a your Heed or Article of Agreement when you apply 7:30: p.m.Cotlllien. 11:30: am., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, Tennessee green beans, pineapple; .:
: for the first time. $9.50 Box Club Dance In the Audi adult leader I salad on lettuce leaf rolls aid but. New c-;
torlum at 8:80: p.m. Beginners' Sewing Class In the ter, cake w/ Easter trimming and ry. ,
Men and Boys' Health Club lathe Conference Rcom at 9.30 a.m. \\i pint milk | Beautiful Colors

April 1 1st is the deadline for making MARCHONLY I Health Club Room, day and Mary Harrison home Demonstration -L-i I .
evening. agent, Instructor 'and intermixes' ','
SUNDAY MARCH 23rd. Advanced Ballet and Toe Class Ali.
application for the Homestead Exemp Lutheran Church Meeting: In the In the Auditorium at 3:30 p.m., Cooper's LaundryCoinOperated uicirr .$8.55

Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. Julanne Owens, Instr Rau.. Pal .

tion. MONDAY, MARCH 23rd, Rehearsal for FERNANDINA IrausN CL o!
I Teen Ballet and Toe Class In the BALLET In the! Auditorium at 5:00: .

Porter 0 Lovequist Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julannc p.M., JulMine Owens, Inslr. ond
; I M. McKENDREETax Owens, Into, Senior Citizens Club It the Conference Laundry, Dry
) Color Center Beginners' Ballet Class In tin! Room at 713; p.m. Cleaning: 1 .
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Auditorium at 4.30 p.m., Julanne: Men and boys Health Club In "I
Assessor, Nassau County 5 Mnts Phone 2613668My 'Owont! J'wlr.Ceramics I the Tfetritfi Clvli Room*, .' day Md : Airs. Doris Howard '
Class (ages 9.11)) In the! evening. Manager :N ".$!AU DtJItD1 G g supplY 'CO: :,

Atlantic Avenue Playground! supervised I
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1.f --- f play, 3:30.5:30: : p.m., I Dn 14th & Beech Streets ,1129!>> South, 8ih Street Phons 261-36J& ;; ;

RecipesDIXIE Nanney Imtr, s I
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,1 SPOON BRED
2 cups white corn meal:
1 fat ;
tablespoon
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2 cups boiling water
1 tablespoon salt CHFYROLET ,:r +

: :/' 2 beaten CfR! yolks
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2 teaspoons baking powder

." 2 cups milk

: ::',' ,'!!> : ,.,M1I < .,I and 2 Sift egg baking together whites powder,corn stiffly meal Into beaten a and mixing salt makes all types of' quality trucks ": '

; bowl. Add brlllitg water making a
,, cliff doiph Stir In fat and beaten
: Friends cnd Fellow! Citizens : rgt yolks Add milk to corn meal t \ '
I : 'mixture, stirring until emo'thed.Feld ..
In beaten epg whites Pour
Into a greased baking dissh ((2 qt., ''v
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: size) and bake In a tint oven ((400 .. '
tLgicesl. Bike, 40 to 45 minutes. I :
: ) Serve iminedinlcly with butter or I I

: Thank for nomination without gtavv Makes; t 8! r.:rvln iVarlathns 1'I s a x ',. .
opposition i
I : ? I you my Chicken: Fold In I ,
CliP chopped conked chicken before + ,4 .
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adding! brutes egg wh:tes. t

: to a Scvc;,I'h: Term in Congress I fed Ham: Feld In 1 cup mound cook-1 '
ham j just before adding beaten
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eg a whites
I Bacon or crackling: Fold In Mr
cup of chipped bacon or rraek'lns!
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just before adding beaten .egg

i whites Cheese: Frld In 1 cup o/ grAted I q ,rlil,
: ; With humility and gratitude, I promise to serve cheese and 2 tablespoons chopped t nna

pimento jilt before adding bra:Meat '
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i ycu fcithfully aid. to the best of my ability I POTATO_TONS '

I 1 quart' suited: raw sweet pita'ocs
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milk
1 cup
I. '\III_ "7 ,it i I 1 tcn'-pinn Hnnnmon"i e C care a i +R'
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cup cane sirup

i Sincerely, your Congressman '!'I *<4 cup flour 'I
I a teaspoon nutmeg eel e. ee e
81 teasnrnn ealt'
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Sift toncl'ier th" dry : / e'e' a'
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Combine these with the remaining ,
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I/all'el a biking! dl'h and bake It In a slow! I {
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oven about two aid .ne.hl'f linn, **. I II e a a .: RI
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d.'ring the lint half: of the conking I
I D'irlnx the last thirty mln'itti. W
f ; D. R. ( BILLY) MATTHEWS discontinue lie' stirring and allow a

I the pone to brown Many "onle I
prefer to serve the dish rid with CHEVROLET .
: 8ih District, Florida milk or cream Witch cold It eon bo _
sliced It Is f frequent served hot
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1i i I Shrimp an1 l Pineapple Cirklall '
I cup cocked ulirlmn (fesM'!
e canned)

... 2 Mayonnase cups rnnned'! dressing pineapple tidbits Telephone your,Chevrolet: dealer about any type.of truck'M' ,4

.. Lemon juice .......................................,....,..,................H.e/1,1111,1.5111/e1/.11He.N..N.Ne1/.e.NH.///e//N//1N/le _J
.' .-, : If shrimp arc large cut them In "
I halves Sprinkle! with lemon Juice : : :
r I and chill thoroughly Drain And WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY : n.
1r .chili pineapple Combine shrimp
I and pineapple and mix with
,: .a Paid PoIIUca.d..rU..m'nt reseed laeyeses4.. .... wel'l Seth... f............. Beach, Florida Phone 2613636t -
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BRAND NEW CE Garbage Dig OUR ROOM: unfurnished t cat PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE [ Kg all oven when It Isn't placed ered slug, even though! the animalfell

WANT AD RATES posal, $100 value Only $30.: $33 garage apartment at bench. $5:' INDFR TH3: KICTITIOV'i Sports AfieldBfTCD precisely. where It should be. stone dead on the tpot ,w'acro:

Jl twe .sr4. .u eahsJiBMCM Dishwasher, used as drmonMra year round. Call 261-4C02. tf Notice It hereby NM given LAW that the unerslgiied I think we loire that the most It was shot,

s T Thnka. ItoMliMl .... tor, Only $150. $90 Perfection -;; puriuant In '.Iclltloui a bullet can do II give up Ita iotol: I Kur example take the ltJt. f.cL:

MaeUar Notice Heater Only $50. Phone 261.3961. JCEAN FRONT DUPLEX upstairs Urn 11.11I.e" HUM Hill Ru' Iiih KESTINQ energy well within I the animal If who finds that on recovery tho

IS ,.. ...... .1M kIaJ..a Can be seen at 113 Atlantic Ave. or down furnished. Fenced HI hapter, wU Mo' register, tflvM with LIVI the of Clerk Florid ofie ., the bullet goes en through It nat. bullet core has separated from

Oil 2&1.3881 or 2C14687r or see Pete Ingram. lie yard. Call 2614174. tic Circuit Curt In and for Natsau What's most Important la an off. urally carries some of Its energy the jacket and Is elsewhere In the
-- --- -" '- out'iv." Florida upon receipt of proof shore fishing'boat T Strength and with It. If the bullpt animal
This
barely pels anatomy. may nU
I publication of this nolle, the fieIttoua "Life Christ"To
plMt tvi at ftffletMl 12 FT. BOAT AND TRAILER wlt MISCELLANEOUS noire mil: durability rale high Design Is ex. of through, In a nearly spent condition be eon tdl'cd: the bout of perform

ArtStmt new ( hp Clinton motor. $150 T. C Gulf!Henlng Oil Products Jobber .' treme'y Important. But top billing Be Presented At tile less Is of m renl slRnlllc- once: but If the bullet has cjitat

Phone 261-6878. tic :COACH: VOICE. Organ Ear. Under whkh I am. engaged In business In a power craft for sea fishing ance, It f It made a clean kill don't Itself within tile animal, t'lls: icparatlon .,
Peck
most often goes to site High'School complain Ilf f core from Jacket' has
FOR SALECAS Singer Slant-0-Matle Training SlgH-Reidlng. Composition lam engaged In business' on North .
REPOSSESSED like does of ]Music. RUTH KING From .1 Fernandlnsi. Beach rla Why li sire Important T Few Wednesday March U the Peck Hunters sometimes got so cnncernrd i nrt itibtractcd one iota of kill'rtg
new
That the otf.y: party Interested In spurt fishermen want to overload
: everything without attachments CRIM. 1229 N. Fletcher! Ave. naIl builneaa! interprlae li T <.'. Herrlnic with fellow sportsmen or Rear to nigh School band I Is ipcnuorlntf an with bullrt prrformance I pow'tier from the nutlet Under the

RANGE good working." order Balance due $141 or responsible City. For appointment phone 2013896. a 27. 31 ii. 1* the danger point. The sports-fishing Easter pigmm "entitled "The Lite that they may condemn a bullit I particular circumstances, the: 'l>ut.M .
four
burners Reasonable.. Phone party pick up payments of $7 mo. M19c PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE boat must be large enough to ride of Christ.l The program wrlltcn I performance based tin.h, recov \ could nrt have done any be'ler.: .

2$1-4801. M12c Call collect 355-4664 Jackson and produced by John Holmes a . .
LADIES :: SE pounds;;; at the the I a wit waves It will meet Some - -- -

ATTRACTIVE N8LY ;;;;;;t. vllle. tic FBSTF on April 11. Ml9c TO 8TATITH l"RFPITORIIIORIP" have the Idea that always, the far. Pock High unlir will tat: placeat I

I'd. two bedroom home. Large IN TilE flHKT Of rUE COUNTY j ther you got from shore the larger II p.m. In I he school auditorium.
tn buIlt 6th CUTTING AND TURNING sol). 11.1......, NAXSU' rUUNTY tl-OR. Admission charges will bo 123: WE BELIEVE IN SERVICE I
lot. 16500 ressonaBl*. hrrms. Ph. IDA, IM KOHATE. waves got. But this Is not always I
2614279 tie 100 X 100 Corner lot Two story Anything from lawns to acreage. In rri EiUlp. ofunit true. for aludnila And tUldrvn, and $50 :

home with 5 bedrooms and efficiency Phcne 261-3203:: or see at 106 S. L I.ATIISE. Drrniea. > Sensible determination of boat for adults Munoy raised will RC I II I"It

HORSES PONIES. and ShelUnds.. apt. rented at $10] per 7th. A9p Te ClaIms AU or.rrmiori.....mand.and Agalnu Press laid IKxIng Bf 'sine I ; takes I Into account the nature toward the pjnhnse ol flew unl- You Are One of OJr: REGULAR

Sixteen fine head Jo choose from. Week.. $1400 down $6700 balance. _ 1.1.. let the sea siys Wlllard Crandall I forms for the Peck High School a. CUSTOMERS end Happen To Run :

Lee's Stable behind Boles Cro- Yulee WELL Reasonable DRILLING rates.and Call pump H. T.work.Allen Qu1. ..rodp each n ol any yoll ciotuns are hereby sod :: Boats Editor of Sports Afield Ma a. I band a2 Out of Gait On Amelia Island CALL I

eery. tfc. two large adjoining) lots Yulec mania which you., or either of you" ;mine. First the smaller offshore I
Heights./ $1500. Can be financed.Pereit 281-4245 or 2614348. A2p :nay hove agnmut the estate of John Far Colored i ns:1 I'S: There Will Pe No Charge Ex. ,
L. craft are more properly found on
53; FORD New tires, 64 tag Good BatUse. deceased lute of said County .
mill car $125. Call 261.3O:: Hills ZACH II. DOUGLAS of Jacksonville to t.e ounly' Juice fII'f.: NasnaaCoue.ty. ,,:,such comparatively quiet seas as I CARD OF THINKS cept l-'tr The Gas.Ve Will Altl 6
or rlorlda, at his ., In the the
17 lots. Prices start $2150. and ti.e. removal of his tile Calf of Mexico. Second I fishcrman : We family of the late Na.
261.3003. M19c up. announces cart house of said County ut ".mln. thanlel Send A Pooster! Buttery To StattYour :
Acreage law office from the American dine Beach Horlda. wit.tin six caiei. whit will never venture so ThrympRon.I hn departed .r
dar months from I.,. II ne nf the first this life Fihruury 11. tiNt! extend dheo / Car If The flattery IH Dead .
TH :3 ROADSTER black 1959 In aboutan
Pay IS Acre on Chester Road. 3500. Heritage Life Building (Lynch) publlcjllon rf tHe notice Two copies far rut ho cannot return I ,

equity and assume $32 month Five Points to Seventh .Floor Suite 734. FlorIda of each claim or demand ahall be In hour cun always make It sincere thinks U our filrnds and ,

payments. Pb 2o1-Sl9l. Mite National Bunk Building. 222 uriling. and shall slile tie place oil''In bcftre even a fart-breaking neighbors lor their telegrams, Holly Henderson Mgr. :
Three bedroom & den home corner residence und post office$ MJ Irene ot ,
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I caid, (flowers and
lot. $750 down $37 month includes West Adams Street, eg of March h.claimant 1, and: shall be sworn to :term can build up really! bad cars evtry
DODGE PT0NZER 1960 Radio 1st 1964. M19p by the claimant tils agent or eltori ., ,waves If he watches and respects i kindness and pxnreislon of synipalhy .
and heater seat covers white insurance and taxes. '''y end. accompanied by a filing fee1 I ahould. during cur bereavement.Our Esso Service
of one dollar and such' claim or dc' ildewall tfrcs. Phone 261-3588 CONTACT 1>ETE INGRAM I
LET ALCOHOLICS: ANONY. thanks John
mjnd ot ao filed. ill ill be void ,,1.Hjtel The 19-and 21-foot oulboards are special to Rev.
M2e Salesman MOUS help with your drink. J. liatllfce I r"for such There would not be F. Nell and Deacon Joseph! Hir. I
men. 629 S. 8th :
L. L. BokiBBM. Agency As admlnls'rntrix! of toe I:''tk'e oil I Street :
log problem. Write Box 338 I den of First Bantlst Church For.landlna .
TWO BEDROOM CONCRETE;/ block JoIn L. Bjttlse. deceased. I'' much added safety beyond a 23- ... .
hrme sn the river at NMSMvllle. 1) Ncrth Mia Phone 161-5289 City; or Phone Js*. El -7700. Thos,': J. Shave, Jr ,I II. footer. A 28.or JO-footer would allow I I Beach, Fla. .
"We U*lKt Homes andAcreage" Aitorney For Administratrixt : ,
Mlfelt M
I May God bless eoe1 one of .
101 X 517 lot Max Bass ph. 7LOUD SANDING ant! roflnish I I.", publication' blurts 18 IM44t I wandering a little farther to sea, you - ,
i 1 u. M 41. I doubtful rslgncd) Mrs. Arclla Thompson
JGI-5839. M26C li'R. Floor tile. Paul E Hanson or going out In slightly more :

1 SMALL, USED electric refrlgerator. Phone 201-4600 tie Ti Ej weather but that's about It. For wife ,
PUBLIC N Mrs Rebccea Wllllums
real deep-sea wirk, over 30 feet Is
3622 See at 7 South 7th St. tic mother
WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS Jicktonvllle Tractor Compaiy, tne, the ticket.
: make. Stoves cleaned Circuit Court, Oars! Count/, horse. Actlon-wUe the advantages are Mrs. Flcsslo Brown( ,
BEACH BLVD. USED 40,000 BTU space heater. any s rlorlda corporation. I
100% safety pilot and blower 7 Buy sell repair used furniture, VI: not all on the side of the man who sister

StC11'are Warehouse Smith 7th Street. tic Ph. Ilester'g, Yuleo 5-5294.. tic .. U. DavIS can afford a yicht-slze craft The aid other rdallvcs! I
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Cole No' JUTL Ill I.. E: I
the outboards
boats
NOTICE!: OF SHERIFF'S SALB smaller -
: .4 nOM DISPLAY A FULL ROUND tf Joy ot FBS1F Notice li hereby given that 1, Herbert principally can have a speed i vmi'ra deliberately huntlnfl for

MODEL: HOME: on April U. Mile J. Youngblood, ''Wrlrtu of Mis- I land maneuverability Impossible with :I
i.u ounly. Florida, of a I them reidy to settle for fewer
ROOMS FURNITURE! :3 COMPLETE ROOMS Writ of Execution Issued out of the ,,larger ones. The highest-power Inboard bans In hope of gelling a lumber or
It APPLIANCES furniture ft appliances 'nion consisting Circuit Court of Ouval County Florida 'i can Fool about equal out. I
; HELP WANTEDLADIES two switch to S-8-ounce plugs;
jf gpo loam rubber covered mi the Sth day of December. IM3 In '
Repossessed sofa ft matching chair. 1 step tables ftmatching that certain cause wherein Jacksonville ,boards here but that's all. And olj 'I It's not necessary use !larger *>.

l1eclU.. 01 family troubltl lUll eMIII cocktail table with plastic I Tractor Company Inc, a Florida j!course. II'. not Just a matter of cept fir pike' and m'jskd'unKe, And
.I/! ""lover plymenll on .0th'. finish, I tall decorator lamps with eye G-t pretty lell Hold corpirQtlon. was plaintiff and 1. V I It'si Absolutely Fresh!
.ouII"1" aenll.11 01 a b"utlful I aver ahadeS Iteautlful gold: mist j bedroom Davis was defendant', have In my I i ipjsiesslon beating a storm to port a 68-oumc Is the Itnnrl.rct'vpr\ )',
\.t"11UI" In nylon sofa ma r., suite double drenser with large everything until the FBSTF, April tan following described i. fact that fish sumetlmes take some ] dny plus In those pints of the South
Into matching club chair tilting mirror roaster site large M19c to-wlt:
wlolld Jl. property
foam eushlona. g decorator I :dotib'e bed Complete' S pe.e'h One uehl Mixer Model JOMX Ser- j chasing, where bass often crme In the Giant .

lamps. I step .bI..ln margolite with dinette set IBM Admiral refrigerator WAITRESS Must be over 81. lul No. JIT.8 with crunher mill Model' Proper power depends largely en Economy Sire to ba more speclllc I II Highest Quality!
matching cookte.ll. table.. In the bedroom with full width freezer 5. crlsper, Coat Serial No B793 Filler and I the size of the offshore craft out. -
ct'
maislva double dresser with shelves In door and dairy bar, deluxe Apply In person Blue Seas Res.taurant Screen Model 95 Serial No t'M where you can expect to ,
Illltnf mirror ..... of drawers ft ro.'.. with tnermoatat controlled oven, tic One Ford Tractor Model MID Serial bend moot often for the smallest I a g'x' >d many from about fcnlrpaullds
bookcase headboard with eliding pan. roll out broiler. This furniture has No. 127293 Inboard of course for the lamest. '
sis for your clock radio all dune In been on display only Everything new ; Oi a Corn Icker Shelter Model' I rn up. I Larae .
'txotlc Sahara Mist finish Saeond bed. a gjuav-oneeil Regular; price $ ) WAITRESS Must be over 21. See (01.13 Serial No. IOU In the In-between group, the 20-nr In nho-1, there Isn't any best size Variety

room has twin maple bed*. Kltohen onw only Mr. Night Surf Re taurant. Ph aa property of the said t U. Davis. perhaps even 22-fcoters there rer. I lure for bans except for you, de. ..
has d dinette set with formica defendant', that on II... 8th., day of
top X'IJbr. t S foam padded $499 2111.5711. Mite April HIM A D., between the hours of[ talnly Is a cholre One man may rrmling, on where you're (ring to .

chairs. Admiral .efrlgeratnr with cross ;;" die nunieiy: : 'between eleven o'clock i favor the outbard for Its rellflbllI I flaIl lit the time and on the abc .
top freezer shelves tn door dairy MEN.: BRING girl cf your forenoon: and two duck. In the aftermm Inbrard for .
bar tt" rune *MH oven broiler and No money down, 'Xeiivsry: $4 wk.Immediate dreams to tBSTF on April 11. on the said day ..t the North I :, another tho mire I bas you h:'pc to cateh Peterson Packing Co. .
I storage drawers. credit or will\ door of the, County Court' House In power or because the stern can be i I Iso .HHHB o
hold In atorags at nA charge MIDc '
Grit?. price $1,019.33 NATIONALFtmnrrusE I hernandli: '4 llrarh Natuu tuunty hlKh that following waves cannot Tho sibjivt of billet perform. :
Florida I ahall offer far .ale to the I
BALANCE DUE ONLY WAREHOUSKS8U : : PUBLIC NOTICEIN hICI 1 cot bidder f:,r eiah In hand the possibly; get over lIi.I\ even | ante can often lend to arJlllml'nt.I FLORIDA'S' FINEST SEAFOODS
Beach Blvd. FL 02861 above described lblr. the pro.: :i: In this Intrrmrdlate tile> I C-In. almost any two shoitcr
PJ :
$267 Opel, dnllll 8.8. 8al. g... Sun ItS.Iocbaonviile THB riSCIIT COI'RT' IN ANI periy of the saId U. defend choice Is likely to be made acCJrd-i'
Pta. blair I OR NASSAU (COUNTV MORIDA. .nl i I within shoitlng' distance of cans ADJACENT TO MARINA WELCOME STATION
IN CHANfKRV. Case No. evil be1'e above described property ,may I log to boat Hire. Icihcr on this red 1 you'll generally'
week j
Na down MM Ask trllrocka
money: TUB PRIPFNUAL' INSURANCE' et tee Ntwau County frl '
fur"l'vr fn storage at FOR RENT COMPANY OF AMERICA a corpora- son Farm Milliard/ rlorlda. :'Uncover, wldo dlffcrcncea tf opin- Phont 261 >3137
NATIONAL 110. Dated at. Fernandlni Beach Hop A lure of only W ounce/ win cutch'' Ion.
Plaintiff Ida, t'ila 12th day of March 1W14 But''I
furniture Warehouse most baas In most places
be.
.... /aIf. J. VoungbloodSherlif Some manufacturers, don't (
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3 ROOM FURNISHED: garage/ Al'BREY t. nLOUNT and MANME: / N.unu Countv Florida' there'i a c'itch In that statement j I:111'1'0 In compressing prwdi-r. TJiey I -- -- -

3622 CIARKE iilOUKT his wife, and ly /ex Em.'" t.. WalkerPUBLIC It will\ get most only If you count''Iriave i|I found In most of their toils
apartment. ,
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It..8SIa: JoNES; L'ne.IU
Deputy .
BEACH;: BLVD.Next
'gain Pisa' FL, DJVI SMALL ONE bedroom unfurnished THE STAT! Ol' FLORIDA.: nuisance to release. There will be I|'i .
NSo NOTICENOTIfK a ''aectcd' adds to vdiclty: ,
0-> fcAILY 501! SUNDAY' III TO. AUBREY! t,. BtOUNT nnfiln
acksonvllle, Fla MHO bouse. S-ii3: H-tlmvs Bun Parkway but few quite large ones and awn II I i: find sometimes actually: may re-
I IIlit
OP APPIICATION
-- TWO ROOM furnished apart. Brwknvll'e too many of only a good midlumisize. I
mm-a: ;iI-- Alexmtlrln. Virginia TAX l 1SEP.15 ,dlll'e It.Perplo. r3 :
ment ''
NOTICE IS hEREBY t.lVEN. Ih.1C. .
I."N"I!: CLARKE BLOUNT grmilimis' wonder how
'CONSOLE MODEL U. r. 8A7LMAN A mipklne Ihe hOtter 01 the follnj '
0923: t1 'imrs' Run Parkway A really large bam I Is moth more
Like new, In perfect condition tig ....,kivC'. I>" i"rnfi.i.lei ha> tiled said cer. to dfitrent, laljirutorles can fur-
'DOg M1-I2Z1 \
Alexandria, Virginia 'tItle ins fT a lax iked to he Issued' like'., to lake a lure of. say 5 IIounce 1 msh dilfrrcnt wlocl'les: for rxncl-
lags makes buttonholes.. DOES You snit .rereon The certificate numbers amiyears And It In that not. lid- :J/ 11
are hereby nitifled thnt i .
'ilv lli Icmd, "It/ Is si me.times
THE WORKS. 'original price $::100. THREE: : BEDROOM home unfur. haa been filed agnlnbt yu In tbe above of Isuunm-e the dewrlption of Northernera sumo \ .
hfthtoned notions, as some -
Ihe proixsrty. and the rumen 'In whicht IhM, nf h'm :
Balance $6330 Responsible party nlshed. $49 monlh. Completely er..Itlod oauie and thit you are required : win umvxed are aa followsCERIIf.CAfE i think that explains why supposed: oni

take over payments of $7 month renovated. Phono 261-4109 or 261 Clerk of to Ito file: Cnurt you': roomer and to with arms the a NO SO Year of I.su, -lures used Inparts Is wr ni/(," a-yg Pete I'own. Aims
much larger are
ly. Phone collect Jack nee I lOllDeneciptien Editor of Sport Afield Malia :In*.
365.4 66 thereof the plaintiff 0.pl.mUII' !
5412. Ito copy upon
auorntvi. whoae name ..nd.ddre.1 of Property lot 89 Section of the South than In the I As the manufacturer pointed out.
sonville. tie
--- let, Ulmrr, Murchlaon Kent .o o top 4 range 13. It's that bans run moe'sbigger THIS SUMMER!
North. just
YULEE UNFURNISHED 2 bed- Aahby B'll. COO Florida National !Vime i nwuichanen eel c. 8r t they cnn both be right In (fa: I I. Il.t ;

FOR SALE: 40 'tone 1958 Ford room duplex large rooms, utility Hank Building, Jiekionvllle I, Hor- V..Eu6TIOICIiTE. .l.r., S.s. 44.NO.!. 8J.r II V Veer'!?. of Colil li.ru- 1 there, and cast bi velocities of the same load taken

power steering, automatic transmission Ida. not later than tIle KKi day ofApril ed to take baby-slze II-llher.I Independently In two different
Ihoteeeripii'n
$50 month: moe I
room carport.
.
lODt If vouJII in do ao, decree :
radio and heater seat Near Terminal Bag. Phone 225. pro contemn will be entered of Properly. Lot 11 Section i A fly rod and popners rifles may dff-r) eturpreiilly.Eves I

belts and new tires. Priced to 5374. MiCe agulnnt you for the relief demanded" 84 In tap whlcl 3 range assessed 23Maroe H C Pelle, far thy mint sporty and IntmwtmHway | In two now bamln, a dl'ler-

Sell! Owner needs money for college rio In ,the" a coumptaint.murtec ecencu ThIs lull mItering II'In to.the.. 1227 BjU hIred, Loulavllle 4, Ken I Ituekv to catch bass according toI ence of 60 or 100 feet per seciind,'

expenses Phone 261-3686 or APARTMENT FURNISHED f'llloolng l deacrlbed property located LEhliriCATB No. 11 Year of lieu' I I I|Jason IUPM. Angling Editor; 01Sports Is nut uncommon. I
A-I In Nauau ountv. FI-wH", t".wit- Afield Magizlne and this I
261-3282.
liii? "Whit do think \\n lIne mt II
downstairs. 2 bedroom private .nco you
Lot S, KlocH/ 4. LAKESIDE: : PARK I
I eacrlp.lon r>l Property -- Lot 30 Seetlon method I lit effective In'
especially
entrance. Phone 2614227. the In Cillahan Horlria. accirdln toplot I !N' range 24. Important quallf'cntinn: In a sport, :
".5001 trrrerf rec rdrd In Plot Book'O' IMP Ihe Deep !South where bans do .
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;Vame In whah ..ine..ed Edward 3lng, billet: ? I asked a nunufaelurcr. :
P4 ACRES. high and 'dry.' WS iwo BEDROOM APT. upstairs page r f N 3d.iftlau nf Clutty the ,public FlorldflWITVF't reCfrrfH W. Hoyce. I'j.S b. I.r.nd Ave, jAnAnovl. much more surface fording than tot, I ,
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Amelia Road _' Hear alrftois too haiti aol the rfflclalwnl 7 C.illfFKIirtCATL the North perhaps bccuune m'.rt'. '
fufnlslicd AH electrIc kit. < No. M Year of ....u..n. ""euraey. lie rrp'lrd.! "Any '
ill PN of thIn H.tr r ,,11'. Court thIs 4th .. and such hit the watir tc I'
OWNER EdMcGorry, .
1904000'.crlpthm: big bugs kill
nc*. Phone J6U210 or 261-5269: 1:,v of Much A. D I'K rod/ bullit will give a titan''
grim Rood, West.. Palm Beach ICe litAD: 11 .n o onry r-n-nwtJI, ( ur.of KectlniiU Property: lop- 4 Lot range I get them :into the habit i If It I Is put whi re it b 'it l ""a." Na

Florida. M2tp CLERK OF Tll FURNISHED ionic. |III'a' ra Jwe Davit- .an>. In vhlrh anreioed, AC. and much of It In the Southuw I
ONE on. Deputy CerkIt IIIKO nirtmiiry ti nuke a Ialltwtiit'h I
/
Mill
Hied. ;i Marguerite Ave Valley
EXALUM 1 CUSTOM MAD 3 It 11. 29. H of about %ounce to '
rrtshod apartment oreinsie.Vear __ e.1It plum 'I j will e'V //'fLycll( and gvc I
Venetian blinds measured and round 126 S. fletcher i CERTIFICATE! ".0. 30 Year of IituOecrlpti'Mi ounce of around avenge aides ,

In.tailed. WMe range, of colors Phone 2613138. LftllNISHED /I' I PUBLIC NOTICE. : .nce I IJIL! of Prnprrty Lot 91 Seclnit for their weight. Most of the rare ----" '-' .

PORTER LOVEQUIST Color NovIce TO .11.'It.I'Ln"I" > a lap; SN rare 14 big fellows will pass these lures up j jas ,
I II
T,T" T':* Name In which aiaeikci<) Ilernkei ,
Center Phone 261-3008. V, cl
but
efficiency apart too small to suit them mi
'
IV TH" fOitro Or Ttni cn".T"
fch.enger, hId K.: :30th Street ,
went 011 beach. Phone 261-4344: <,..... NAH. '" COI.'N". 1"LOtI To.rvn AriaCERTIPILATE little stinkers also pass them up as ,

ONLY $250 down buys three bedroom after C. tie IDA.... F'.tcnf IV PKO IATE.tn NO. 10 Year ot I,tuUeacrlptloB too large go you won't have the ,.
Built-in
home. anne 111II1 I
maaonry WE
OKtl WH.LIAM PAINTS of property Lot 14 ..... trouble of releasing them. These FLY'To I ,
range and oven. $11,45 VACATION APTS. Dpeea4e4T lion 13 3 13 I
two range plug will get most bass of a good GUARD :
tt.tt 'tt OCEANFRONT APTS. eompleteJjfurnished. All rredl'ore aa 2'' er Demands Agataet taU Noatrand Midland ltd, Oradell New size to have sport with ,
$250 DOWN. *4t month boys Day week or mrnth EstiletTo Q! 51Y !! .
bedroom home outside city Urn .. Sod anti, nf ; Even In the North. If there are
SM 6. Fletclter Ave. J61-87S. tfi you are hereto CERTIFICATE No. U Year ol lieu
Its. Price $4,400. blInd and reculrefl. tn present" aniaima onco lollDeecripilan 'come very big lunkers around and Mffest Air Conditioning Values in Town t :
eel demanls Ahlch von ollher I of Property E'b of E' ,i -
tr -trREDECORATED !BEACH APARTMENTS year nf vou mv k aveegIoa I lbs i of NE't ol NW'', ectlon; SI twp 4 .
:3 bedroom home ,tate. of O.car Wl'llaw It 'roe., (., range 33 PUBLIC NOTICE I .
round. $35-$5J:\ month, lurnl.h.ed ....-eH. Me n( aild County to the I Name, in which .._,ad Jihn K .
oak noon. KJtO wttk $.. dowm .tftrrklt't Included. PH "numy Ja dt'oaIP4.'naa' Couinv Hubert loW N Aiihland Ave, Cuie.' .guLERTiriCATE :''TO WROM IT MAY CONCFRV:< .
$37 per month. 261-1440. tie "Iorl a. at his "'PI,. In he fun en III You are hovel n. llfie/ I trI> lb. 1
mine of. sail County at fenimdlnaVi NO II Year of bill. fcilli.wlng motor vehicle' IfHW Pur,Mae
e,>.. ,,-..IIe. wllM.n Hit nleivlar I anre ,veiDonerlptice i 4 door Model TM 10 No P7WH27II01!" Carrier :
I $7,330 BUYS :3 b.droornkome outside DOWNSTAIRS APARTMFNT i-n'ha f-om the lime ate the firstwbllcatlen I : of "property lot 30 Section ''i will he "sold at 'puhlte sale at S Wl ,

city II...,.,. Ch i-Uak fence unfurnished. Corner 4th and of trie nntlr. Kechelalm li twp I range U. : I n'cloah r M on lien loih duy If M'rct'. .
1emani1 he .
ehall '
In ainnieii
or writinn Name In which HeIr of I'KM at PacIfIc C'tO. Claim Adjusters .
Nothing down to veteran. (" Ihoua, across street train n't ahall .._ the. pl'_ of rr.lepre Ruth "1_.'". % Thumai, II. Bulford Lot RIWI'...... CalHnrnli' .
l'ime.*. and shall be aworn to by All of said property being In the I!!plied first la the payment of the tort
Jofci T. Ferreira A Boa Phone 201-4200 or 261-3800.: Iii he claimant his sgelt: or attorney. County of Naaaa Mate of Honda ,i of retaking glorIa gendsn 10" t
IM Allot! A... Phone 2I1-M71 ind ony ouch clal-n or demand not Vnleae such ,; or eertlfl i|motor vehicle, and Uie IeItfnf .pahIl.: !:; ..
McCRANIC APTS. w filed shall he vol" cateastia II' :be redeemed according to i ication of "notice '"f sale and then <.'.
i Itt Oi'le flame Pink law the property described In e'"*** I the satIsfaction of the ttil-nrr due,
NICE. LARGE LOTS for aale; ONE THREE ROOM furnished lis; "le Dimes Pink certificate or certlflcatea will he sold' under the eontraet enwrMg the flnsne L. I. Reese Plumbing & Hscting c. i
Good teims. On. quarter mil apt. Private bath. Utilities, not As ad-'InlirtralrK of the Eatate in the hlgheet bidder at the courthouse Ing of saIl motne vehicle: An* i iplue us"
at Ocar William Ba..*.. deeeaaedAihln door on the flral Monday In will .be paM la you and you 'will
South of The Point en Amelia water washing machine furnished C. Thom_, Jr Month if April lilA, which la the SUi remain liable for any balance remiFHRSAL *
Rd. Call M1-K21 tfc $10 week $33 month. Also beach Attorney for AtltilnlntralrU3ns $ day rf April IIM4 log anpald' under Call contract USe SAVINGS A/We Service Everything We Sell" :
Atlantic Avenue Dated See 3rd day e* March 1044. I (. FINANCE COftPORATfOM .
winter rentals. For Informationcall rnanillmi:: Reach Plorlna D 0 OXLEY: OK JACKHONVILLB: BONDSa.oo.ays.uw.4 ,
AI' W. I. McCranle. 261-4641 Ibo First publicatIon March 12th. 1M4S Clerk of CIrcuIt of Naaaau' lOll Main Hr MjaelaseajvlSJe 1104 Soutfc Sib Strut PkosM. 211....
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answer call 261-9033. tie || H2..III.402 oft CouMy ?lte'tIIa"2.1112,1521 PlurWaU ..\I : .







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.ii Fourteen News-Leader, Fernandina Brach, Florida Thursday:" March19, 1961 antI co-operative. with, ....,.,.,.,.. I office and win sincerely appreciate" I FOR CONSTABLE and builnttt man. engaged In T. H.
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lIming been
caked by numerous your Vote and King Photo Shop F ernan dIne Beach
I .groplt over tht county to consider J.. w_ (i: iJ.j&N'hFOB. ) I wish to orf000nce 1 my netld..y I am s member of the rernandlna
and ucv'ordlng 10 thi laws pei'taliogts. Iltis high office, I have attended over for (he offlrt of Constable for DI. Beach Chamber of Commerce., mem
I Political thin 0'111" the pant ye.iri, many mrwllrru of the trIOs 11J. Naiiau County, In the May her of ''., former mem
Announcementst I "III M.'P reutar IIW" h"ure fIve .",nnmlMloneri. I bare studied their IIOSPITAL TRUSTEE Bin primary bar of e."n'IT-.11: :, .: Jtyceei. and
dove s hock. uhlih .III .n..bl. tiove uiiict for the pail y..... 1 am employed by Ravonler Incorporated .. associated. wIth the Florida Praleiilon
having buimcu "lth this alllct lo lit II by any chuiict I don I get to VisIt I would like to thank you for the I stare had approximately" five al Phutographeri' Aian

tend 11 tan, v In a uonvini.nl and elicitofyua: ,personoily''I U :li not ho.ru honor of allowing mt tn a.eve ai yean police experience" two years Your vote/ and support will bt
FOR SHERIFF and properly trained In law I courteous manner I l tone ml tried hut becnuxt of your Hoard member during the punt with the Florida Highway Patrol. two greatly .
1. Jofn, (guy Barrow do hereby do. .ent KOV L. ARFLIN th. ihurt tlmt allowed Please lupportu four yean. yean with the rernundina IteachPolice appreciatedThank
cla.. rftveelf and my aervlcea to bet v..le and at-tivseu will I L ...... wo., \ .." .,". ... .... I have honeitly triad to glvt fair Department, and one year as you,
I Iht'dllpoml" of til guild. Chrlntlun 1..1..t.d "pp..I."d u un the board of County Commit'o'llNF. and Juil dtdiioni' In all of the many auxiliary. policeman THOMAS H. KING .
au therolort S. (morb.. McKENDREE I tor Suprrvlaor of RrgUlrallai problems coming before thi Board I am a mnbor, of the Flvt Point .
fh""tlrm
..no"you I a rooth.: I I, Dorothy Jeffrevi llalugh wluh to (Fred) ARMSTRONG. SR. To work with all members of the Baptist Church and have been a rtil
data in tht Dem icratlo Board and dent o( Ktrnandlna Beach for 14
coming prl .. ollrr Intereited parties
FOR ann unrt my candidacy for Iht attire
mary" for the high office of Sheriff of I SHERIFF of tupervlior. at Registration. auu U dye you the beat hospital poailblt years, JJhd.I. from FeresoditosBeach Trade At Home
Nateiir County. FloridaI Dili la to announit my candidacy" lect to the Democratic Primaries FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI with funds avail iblt. : Class of 11194.
amready willing and able lo take lo tucceed myself at sheriff of N.ianau I May. in I qualified ll t candidate 'urm.mbor If rttltcted I will continue to work I am married to th. former Nidlnt

my place and ta lake my rtiponit' County. lubject to rules of the May I /ai born and reared In Fernandma I of County Con.mlawm D.rict ..- for the bent In h'".piul 1 cart. good Cook of trnandlna lieach ,.. .
bllltv M our Countv I hove t burning Democratic primary Beach the daughter of the lau a. Nauau. County Florida. In tin builneni management with a reaaonablt If elected your Conatablt. I pro
t>1Tr., lo put dignity Into tht Sheriff I helievt. that my lutntyfour yean Mra 'litllt Jelfreva. 1 reside at 10 coming! May Democratic prl nary, amount of YOUR TAX DOL- milt faithful fulfillment of the dat lee
experience In thIs oHIct qualities mt South tilt Street with huinaidJohn I wai born Jan. 4. IH31 In Nanau LASS ol I this offi...t and amurt you. the 1t
C A""try* Mierlff li mt a m,'kctcer. a to serve you In mature ol law enhrienient Bil<,gh, who la employed,my winthe County and have bttn a resIlient fur. Your volt and actIve support, will peoplt of NIIIIU County honest, Impartial '
mob leader a OHtupo chief A Hue and on my record al your :ft ytari. be appnclnltd. and rourteouterrvire.
Cit tIne I
....rllf.. like a knigi In shining ar Ihorllf I for the pant slit. terms. I reapectiully rector yufFirun of Vehicle Malntenimt lace n at ill- 1 am very much Interfiled .In the C. W. (Cliff) IIRANJ)IES GLENN; E. KITCHENSFOR

"or. request your vote and aup I memlwr of 81 office of County cominliilonir. Die
am a tFpliLopal
It la'thot honor It la that dignity trlcl3.
: Church '
t that I I. Julio Guy; Barnw. an deteriii.qied : port.Ai In t ihnll .
carryon I.ID employed bv Rnvonltr Injrpt CONSTABLE
;r''h:; lcrrn: : I feel that my past V yean of en- FOR HOSPITAL
to put 'Into flits I'h.I(fire, the dut a dlgnl ,rated at Ftrandlna Beach and TRUSTEE '
Therefore, I huml)I ly your fled efln-ii.nl and I pod codas Deputy lo Mrs MarIe II. This statement ll tn Inform mv
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competent 'nann.r.Wllh have been for the punt II .r.. I ivlah
iilruKi. Supervisor of Rcgutratlonamply I.nsov"unc C to the Voters of
With and with uo.r.'If' friends the I of Districts 1. 2,
helpl your help i fdlrneai tu all and specIal favors I have two children one boy 13', N. people
qualitIes/ me to hold thIs of. nau County that I am a cnndlriatt
I will servo you ",.11. I shall and J. of candidacy for th. office
to nine tndtavor" all tlineilo years eve girl 10''heirs ohWe for "member of my
lie. the Hoard of 'Truofpvs
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djI'
you wilt fleet mi to lit blob if employ the must live : of Constable I earnestly solicIt your
: competent dtpu If elected I will endeavor to maintain Route 1, llox Lid. Nauau nf Humphreyi Memorial Hospital Dla.
let M Sherlir, ran ml aaauredDiet Vote and In behalf
you till It It ponlblt to atcurt. lilt. Dirt No support my
I.
there will/ be rights for the mtnorlty I am my own can,palgn trtaaurtrand the it office It now al runYour the. high level enohlch If the voters of Nmau County hon. I reallte tht' Importance. of thIs of. I feel that having aerved ai your
rule of the majority; courteiyto the Florida National thank I. my or r mt with Kit' privilege of 'itrvlng fIre In the Conalablt foe four years. worked with
vole' will I he appreciated operation of our honpltal
allliberty and I justice for all Andeconomy : the Police foe 14
.iepooltory. It? oompllaoce with florIdaElection DOROTHY JEKr-RKYll BAt.OhHFor them us their I county commluloner, fnarlei My only obligation li to you. the clti- Department pears
In sod PolIce Chief ol
hCvr.i1mWentb5 Laws.II. '- N. Bennett will bt a public sins of Nassau to mv experience ai
County perform
If you your Sheriff. my Femandln. touch makei mt will
J. YOUNGBLOOD irvant, serving our county fairly and duties In the .
interest and welfare of
'eaten ron tasso red th.t the prestige Supervlacr- Rfglitrctloi uneitly With ipeclal privilege! tonne all the qualified for the office I nek I havtalao
.f Niaiau County will go up up and Teentl and working to better Nauauounly county completed an txttnilon count InKllce
I. Kolhryn ( Hiddork annnunrt I feel that experience In meeting
Your (upriort ll Invited It Kill my
up FOR I'FRINTENDENT OF work from the Unlvenlty of
Candida office I ofSupervIsor and Krvlng. the and of
'
lung be remembered. Vour Inlirma my ch public my ..
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION of rfrn of MaMwu Your volt and tuppirt will bt truly flee arcS bUHliieni
lion and your queitlf. and your up ferocia ted. experience qualIfies I hove been a lifelong resIdent of

praysra JOhN o It ""GvVI trnihtrdS HARROW: I "I.h I ou000uoc e thlll I .m s cccdldut. Counly 1 have llvet lit ."$, .Uhwh County for Thochs. me I for served this the olflct eseasu h clerkIn Fernandlna Beach, own my own tlectrlcnl ,
for denise to tire offfye ofOitmrlntenitent CHARLES N. BENNETT contracting, builneu hen and
: : the pact 30 yean .I' wal educated In the Callahan Pint Office for four
will oontlnut to bt available for
duly
of Public Ir trucllonNj the aclooli of thli FOR SHERIFF ..au County aubject to the Demoin Sd B uslneu' a for I are.I three year ai atcrctary and .book In the off, ol Constable tt all tlmta
4 : ,lie primary 1' hereby ann'unrt ai t candlrtult I have taught achool! In Naiiau. flee In Callahan Legion Post M and a member of the
live ItO
at 41* South Street Fernandlna ; my haulnesseupsr.
E fir With this announcement I leek
tlit office of Sheriff of Nauau am Florida Pearl Officers Aiioclatlon Sn
County for the pail II d oh. 1'
yoursan hove I I
lieach I am a member of the tht ctfice of Itncet re two pears on an Iniurancadebit
hog
County In tht coming Democratic" prl nerved aa Coach and Athletic Director County Commluloner I promIse continued honest and
Flnt BaptIst Church ; two yearns builnen partner
District three of Nassau .
mary Kl present ilalui li that of AssistantPrlorlput County with .. efficient itrvlct o the people of Die 1, iiN'
Before deciding ta offer myself asa my huiband liP our mIre ata
In offering myself ai a candidate Athletic Director. and Coach I am a native ol Ihli county, hav lion held It, and 1 of Naaiau County II
I candldott for the Rtglilrar office operation and presently wt own
log lived, entice life In Yultt I I
for thli Important office. I da to with I the Callahan School my reelected to the olflct Your vote and
I the duties and and operatt the Lazy J Ranch and
studied procedure of am n t graduate. of Yulet High School I
the lull undemanding that the Sher.ill's support In behalf will bt greatly PSIOMIb
my
My interest In the schools or Naa
olflre will I'ult't'itoemd this offlct. I feel that I am well qual I am marched to the former UracltLewii Poultry Farm I am presently tress'urer ,
require appreciated
my lau Coumv hue been demonstrated. by of the Naiiau Rebel Saddle
If fl1v ai your Sheriff'full I pledge. nv active effirti. to secure better tduootlonal i .dIed attraction discharge. then duties. to your of two. and childrent wt .art the proud parents Club J. W (Jim) PETERS :.:..... .. ... U, s .j
Out Twill mv urvlcea I 'time opporiunltln for the tducallon.f t>VOkKIWMIH 99 Mine*, IHO-
I hive
two odant'e at
I will sIncerely apprecIate vote yearoatte
your and have been .InIht
To' enforce the lawi but bt fair and am. tngagtd .
our youth I cf confidence 'In the May 8th primary Northwestern State College at Nutchltochel
Impartial with everyone on malUritomttig If elected I will work hard to keep meat packing bualneu known aiNauau Loulilana FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY AND
KATHRYN (Trend) HADDOCK
to the attention of the Sheriff tin puhllo Informed and to dischargethe Rlvor Meat Packers. foe the You don't need a fleet
p..1 nine .. If elected. I will nerve each of you
AUTHORITYI
offltt PORT
yean
t reiponhlbllltlia ol the office of to the .beat of
1 To alwayS keep In mind that I am My Incllnatlm to urvt you n tour my ability
Huixsrlnlende, In the heat interest of For Supervisor tl RtKMritlon Slm-rrrlv Jamee M Illrd Sr..
(Jimmy)
e lervant of the people' and ai aurh Iy commluloner was seeded within
the cltl/enn of Njipinu
",11I..unduei life oil Ice i a an experlenoed No nhixil County acirtdlttd will I .m. native of Irwin Countv. m leveral i yours,, ag 0. In i.ly bUNtneu BRENDA CRAVEY wl.h to announce my candidacy for to carry the
bunntii man'. b,,ill. Saving suitor' toes; ;of presently accreditation: etirgla. but have been a reilclont, i.f I have traveled and discussed the tIle office of p,irt Authority Iroup I.. Ct'eYy
taxpayer! tliouaandi ol dull.. t ytur Your volt and active Florida for :M years. 18 years of arloui problemi that you good people I will endeavor to contact all reglitcred .
support will be'freutivopttrerInd. : ,
I I will cooperate fully with' the other' uhlrh have been ipent In NaaiauC :, : FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE voters through Naiaau C',unly
law tnf"rceve, it axenclci: fedrrm,, 'untv Board of Nassau Counl Commll.loner. to the best of my ability, and will Thti Volkswagen It for jobs that used to call for a
DEAN BLANrTENSHIP .
.1... sad munlclpulltlei" I will n.,I B. I reside at 103 South 10th Street In .. I Wish for.to announct that I an a candldate ppreclutt! all ennilrltratlnn I ehm>n n tIn frock and two Cars.It \jJ
member of the Board of on. or
)
operate apeed traps In thw county Fernandina Beacn witn my unbend I i (eel I, that with my builnen txper the Democratic Primary on May >
.our allow any to operate. under my Henry L. KItchens. who la a captain met I know ill of you; the farmer Trustee of Humphreyi Memorial Hoi If elected to this office I will tntavor makei itoy-at.homes of the, earcJJ, J!
Nauau District No. 4subject
.
For SupervIsor of Rcfbtratlon awlthe pltal County to the' belt of Judgmentand
lurladictlon with the F Oman dIn. Beach P"II.ov.p.rlm.nt. the builntuman the houatwlvei my
.A asses of fairness In dealing with To the cltlcent of Naainu C'-unlyi' I II We art the parents of representatIves of the vartoul.. Inuntrlti I. to the Dtmocrallo primary onMay ability; tn perform all the duties A 5-mon crew can rid. In the cabinet, If''

pur.lourl..* and beach VIsItors If wtart have qualified for the offlct of two sons Hlluard Kltrheni of Illakelylit In our eommunltleiWith I and rtiponilbllltlti With a 827-pound cargo back orBU.ck.So .
to continue receiving our fair Supervisor of Reglatratlon, iiibjecl' toto. .. seth Hilton L. Kitchens of Fir this Knowledge, I sincerely and I am IUe.toog resident of NaiiauCounv I have been and ilwayi will bt Inttnittd and load all show for work
I married to the former DeloresTerreli at
In everything for the betterment your men your up
tout of thIs trade Democratic primary In May andlna lieach aipectfully solicit your vole and i .
lIt 'pvc?. all flagrant traffic law I tnrntitly solicit/: your vote and I fail that my experience In serving support for county commtutontr Dii- of Yulet: have two children. and 'prognu ol Nauau County t the name time. In one truck
and maIds it ilL I Box HI!
yloUtori. both out of itutt and local support In the forthcoming primary tl.. fuJi.i n ta *ui our own builnint trlct. three. In the coming Democratic now 110 I am a veteran of World War 1: Double Cab
I lard 'It's called fbi
Pick-up.
will/ bt apprehended and brought to and If elected' to thIs Important office In Jickionvllle for I ytara and for II p r.bllfw the Navy for 44 moths, 28 Volktwagen Only
t premise to strvt you tht cltluna ofNaaiau yean with a firm In FtrnandlniBeach Thank:: you for giving mt Ihlihance bee I am of the a World War Church II veteran and ; mem of nverwui. It loads and unloads like a flatbed truck. Eauly The
urlP ptrionntl will 1 bt carefully Couty win honor, efficiency qualifies' mt to serve capably Your vote and active lupportrlmary Haptlit I pulp. I am a n'etv'berof ,t. Piter Epli:
... wand and A. M. ildei can drop down I like th. tailgate.
at your Supervisor of ReglilratlonI will he dee ty appreciated, tltcled":"l' copal Church belong to F
If will to mikt fair
you Mt fit to place mt In this re I_ F. iJohnssi.) CLAXTON and Just decisions ooear try h prob.em Amelia Lodge No 47, the Parent If you need extra room for your load you can takeout
AiiocliUon
I.BE.W.
,. Teacher and
ponilble' positIon, I will I I out thenictiiary
carry
.. ..... dutlti In a sinner that and will cooptratt with other membtriof1 Local lOll. the back teat and get 65 cubic feet of sheltered

will reflect avorably on you the vot I FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONERI the Board for your beat Interest I am married to the former Mar 'h KNot '.
space
Your vote and active support will bt emit Stewart who taught In FtrnanBeach cargo
tri Your and vott tht county and support ai a whole U solicited wish to announce to the Voters ofNasasu really,) apprecisied.' dma ichooli from 1KM to IR47 only Is on. VW cheaper to oplrdf. than a truck

...... and will be deeply appreciated for the County offIce of that Nassau I ant County a tandldati Com LESTER DAVIS Wo art parents of two children. Jim. and two cars It operates for lets than the truck or :
", IT. and Annie Jttn. IIt
Thank you, missioner. District I. In the coming my :1
either -a
LUCILE KITCHENSFor Democratic prlmarlttt I hove livid In NIIIIU County all car
feel that tht vacancy thai U 'being FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEEI my lift. have' heel a Uxpayer for III Most VW owners get over 20) "miles to a golloof gas. :

left by H B McKtndrtt" will bt hard hereby announce that I am a can yours and have .beta e rtglittndvottr Some 30. .f
even get v
SuptrvUor" ol Rcftelratloa to till because of hit quality I hoot dldatt for reelection to ht Hoard of ., ,
I, hereby announce ai a candidate hat the voters of Nassau County will Trustees' of Humphrtyi Memorial I have, been employed for M' ytan You hardly ever need oil between regular changes.

for the nfflce of Supervisor of Reg a. find the quality In mt at they have inhim. Hixpllal. District Mo 4, Milliard .t Container Corporation of America And can expect to get about 35,000 "miles on on.
-' nation of Nmau County lubjeu to I will try to follow the better. U reelected. I lhall do my utmost and am it present Stationary Englntp you .
I the May Ith Democratic Prlmar,. mon that have gont before mt to continue t oserve our hoepltal in the Pmver Department let of tires

I waa born and reared In N..... I believe Irt working hard to obtain best Intereiti I have been a memberof JAMES M. (Jimmy) BIRD SR. Overall operating coils (Including maintenance,) run
County and am the daughter. of the late 0 goal and If elected I will work hard your Board of Trustees sInce Jan
A. II. (Lonlei Jonei I am tht W for the betterment of the County. .iry lull and It has Irrjecd ho.n. about 2.5* a mile A standard half.ton.truck It closer to

of Roy L Wlngatt 8r.| m,ither of Iwo Your Vote and lupport will be apprt p1.usure to serve you In this capacity FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY AND 54 a mile. Twice as much
daughttri and a win: Put M itr..nCullahaiy of .Ial.d I thank you for your trust and
Chapter Order of Eastern HAROLD E. FREDERICKFOR confidence. PORT AUTHORITY Yet the VW Double Cab Pick.up costs only' $2,499.00 .

t-lar' ; t builneai woman; and am ac. I am married to the former Mildred t, Thomai H King;, '' myself Probably less than either car that stayed J horns --
hive In civic and church atlulri I an Crawford ad wt art. the parents of ai a cnndlrlatt for 'b'H: :: .
an active member of the tallahm COUNTY COMMISSIONI three eoni Wt ereac tine member way and Port Authority Iroup No. 2.
1 Baptist Church. of the Epheiui Baptlat Church atKlnga Nai
InthiMay tth primary election
If elected. I promIse to perform the with t announct e to the votenNaiiau of .
rerry .
% lau County
duties of thin office In efficient County that I am a cindldattor .
an
tnuruoua and p1 susan t m enter. 1 ( number of Naiiau County Com I am a director of the Milliard Med I 11.... betn a reildtnt of Fernan
pledge falrneii .to all and e deep con ",missIon DIstrict 3. In Its canting cal Centart. a director of the N eases dine lieach and Nauau County for BRUNDAGE MOTORSJACKSONVILLE
for Democratic prlmarltiIf County farm Hureau;I..h of ever twenty ytari
corn convtnlenctI
your that I will the Nassau County Prevention .a e .
I feel that my previous exptrlenct elected I pledge eon I enlisted In the U S Army In ISM INC ;=
n dealing: with I public :inltreiti. in :theFed.rai Itnut to put forth m yeveryn to committee. : i property owner "'"d nd served two-and.one.hall yearioverieai ,

and State Ciniui ProgramiIn the beat interest of our courtly tl a taxpayer In March of ION I was hon. 1250 East Eighth Street
Florida LegIslature' es a proof Commlailoner ai 1 have alwayi don May I say that I do, and will con orably discharged from actIve duty ttksonville
: a. a private' citizen or elected official.
and
those volt active -
to appreciate
rtader.dl.I.1II and laltamanihlp. qUIII'or mt I feel I know the needs of our county In this your campaign, and I am employed with Rayonltr Incorporated e5Jg5'fp 1I1T..1.. I''ICI' CAsT. aO".T 11.0,1.. LDSAL. TAXI' Aso
service In title office I If support
604 Atlantic Avenue through a close allocation with Its servIce to our hoipltal and have been for t vtr 10 attire ItALCit OLIVFRY. CM' It'1UI fP' tHY.. ADOcrIDNAb. b ",

Your Vote and active. support In problems. having been In holiness at B C. (DennIs LEWIS yean .
my )
Voice sInce the age of II (wlllmy I am marrltd a I property owner
behalf will bt ilnceri!I a preel.led.LOVISE .
)
--
). and alio serving on you
I JONESelected WIN( ATE h.i": board from' IWi 'til l January

__u HIM am now servIng. ai member iNaaiau .
County Recreation Commliilnn .-
'. For Supervlior" ol, Registration sInce IMS

ffffiHffllifWm I Don lltano' Kobtrti hereby in The county li large and tht time U REDDY KILOWATT SAYS.
II oases my candidacy for the utllce nf short but I will try to let all of you. .
II SupervIsor of RegIstration' of Nauau Your vote and support will bt appreciated

County, subject to the May tth Prl.m..y .
JAMES s. (Jimmy) STEVENS
$ 1 am 34 years old Veteran of 4 '

; : yean Military Service during' "the' 'Cooking, becomes : "

FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS Kortarr cnlldren;War preitntly; am married Manage and the have rtrnandlna 4. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONI a cV o

Wish t to the Voters 0'
announct e
I Htaih Miniature 41olf Countreildt
;
GREEN STAMPS Nassau County that I am seeking the
at II North Utn 8t In reman \ -
fins Beach and am t member of th.M.nlorl.1 ':J.crlftf: County Commliiloner from
WITH THIS COUPON AND PUKCHASI OP Methodist ChurchIn ((8th) diitrlct. I .
I born and reared In Nassau I real with thisall
LARGE TUBEPRELL 1M1 I iirved al Preildent of the was pleasure
-I Feraandlnr Iliach Junior Chamber o' County and I havt hun engaged In i
the timber business In oucroontystore
'iI Commerce and tl e Director on the '
CONCENTRATE Fernandina B..ch.Yul. Senior Chamber my graduation. from Callahan '
of Commerce. In IDa I served a. High School thirty four'lrrJ"! ago 'I
f
feel I know
Area of that am
Chairman a Statt wldt Oper .
II' end handle the problemi of our county
atlon Riglatratlon Program. a prroJ.elde.l.n.d
M ADDITION TO THC STAMPS YOU HtCIIVt WITH YOUR HJKHASt 21IVOOMHI.I t encourage Voter RtglatraIlin and .I will appreciate your vote andlupport new luxury range.

__ ___ 3-29-M ajjeai-gajajjajjaajg *. In 1B4U I received the LMBtii D P. BRADDOCK .
I gulihtd Service Award and wai

elected .. the Outitandlng Young .
Man Of The Year |In rtrnundmalieach '
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI

I 1.10. member of the F ernao dine am a lift long mIldest of the TWIN 30 Flair
III..ch Parent.Teacher Auoclallon and ", I am presently Mrvtng ai III Health Keen and have five children. am a property '
6 BTL ON REGULAR SIZE Chairman 1 served at an Area CoChairman omo.ran d active member of
I of the recent Mass Polio the Baptlit Church and LIons Club I
ImmunUatlon. Progru. ana am prmently past president N sIsal County Poultry '
serving ai halrman of the Aaioclatlon member of Florida '
I COKESSIT15 Naiaiu County Clmptor fur frojttt Rgg Commlnlon for' four ytanchairman

Hope. Poultry Division N. .C: I
I pledge to conduct tht affairs FlorIda Fair and Clllahan PTA by FRIGIDAIRE
of this office .actively economl 1 own and hove operated I a business. I
LIMIT.1 PAK WITH THIS COUPON & I' tally, and with the dignity deatrvlng lucre.silully throughout the pear and I
of every public offlct pledge a builntiima approach to
$5,00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER. II you feel that I poutii the qual the duties of the County Commliilon I

COUPON EXPIRES MARCH 22 19U. tiles doilinua of limit who should particularly In the field of taxation .
serve In Public Office. Your vote and with the determination of getting a : u 1'1'
I I upLMrt, of my Candidacy will be dollar' value for each dollarn spelt ,
greatly appreciated" plus giving' I my undivided attention
I : .
DON BEANO" ROBERTS to the problem of all cltinna ItO "'01

t Nassau County. with courttiy, com
l mon ss ocean d honesty. I .. ;,

___________________ ---------- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Yo urvoteso d support will be IPprtcl I C Two event ta compact 30" width-1 above, 1 below!

I wlah t announce to the voteri of tied.

Nassau County. that I am a candidate Louie Farm Hlfglnbotham 0 e Door on upper oven glides up to open out of
your way.
I for the office of' County ommlamonor, I

Ida inn4SQTRCCINA 1 I fur'primary.District I. lubjoct to the Miy > FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE e Filigree glass lets you see in to check a cake as you bake.

Roving onct held an elective ifflietn I wind t unniuct. I that I am a can I 0b
I _.-. FUITA _..-- I District lnI'.h': N.u/ija County fur :ID dldutt for election to the offlct of I C Pull 'N Clean oven below pulls out like a drawerTVouclean : ,
"IIIJeT" :, years. ( tint I was In Member nf the Hoard of Truittta of .
.
MERCHANTS Gift STAMPS MERCIWITS GREEN STAMPS I close) c contact ItO I he Hoard of County Humphreyi Memorial' H",opltul, NaaIMU from the top without stooping or stretchIng
I Cnmmlaalontia.' I that I amqualified County District No Two. lubteol
t ";; -- '' ..tl to hujd .' ll"very important I to tht Democratic: prlniury: on May I New recessed
-- one-piece
flowing
top.-keeps
.. CAH.PLUMROSIriu.miw poiltlon 9, 1UA4 spills on top.
I'IJ_ Cerlle Wine e> Rt. Wine us I'J, BACON I I promise; If elected lo this of fin I I havt been privileged .to serve you i

\', I VINEGAR 22 III'' "",, 2S that I will live aant' my undividedattention for the .pant sin yoarsas Truitee I e Cook-Master automatic oven control minds oven
and will at all times conduct cooking
I.-:; ::: .:; :;:.2S:64.-:::.. :;;:=. =': ..; ;' ':A..":.:=::::_I lie aualn of this! office In a progreaIvt and hospital believe hut that mad during loniidtrablt this time pro-the I I S.-.. "

economical and equitable manner 'T' e Automatic Roast Thermometer-for perfect roasbl'

_._._ _._ giving the best poiaiblt. servIce. 7"re:'I will mv utmoat
'- -- .- _... -------_._- -- to tht ptoplt of thla county to let :tle'1i.1 Itr affalrt art I ,;,
I I IOn. native cltwen of NaiaauCounly conducttd In an Impartial and bull I e Heat.Minder surface unit guards against boil-ovr'

MHc_. ..-. and have lived In this area all nt .like mannerand Irt beat iv"

lEa I I I my lift. 1 have always been a Denim. County interests. of the olllzeni fI'Naiiau t"C Speed-Heat surface unit gives you instant heat whan needed.

-...- --- crt.5,0; marrltd the father of three
bt
""IIIXT"A l a I : : Your vote and support will I
-j fftf IJITA children. t homtovk ner and a taxpayer greatly IIPI" minted e Radiant Wall Spatter-Free Broiler grill for char-jfled
MIRCHANTSCREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I solIcit :ourviteaitdsu In LOUIS\ A. FERREIRA
,, my behalf for this office flavor 'I
and less
r. t') AMY2PKCS-_ouuoe ii24 ." ; .C'; ;;'';';'''';; C. P. (Rudy' RUT1MIAISER FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE I oven cleaning. )


'If' J CHINESE CHUH KING FOODS'ROlU \ \I\'I J ""'NDI-BAGS 2S FOR COUNTY COMMISSION 1 J. J, W. i Bully I Jones. announct my C Full-width storage drawer holds family supply' of utensils. :

t .... ..,.... ...__.'''...,....,.'''''.... I, John .r FredI Armstrong. Sr. of of candidacy Truiteei for of member Humphrey of the Memorial Hoard I
.
--.-.--...... .' ....... Callahan, did quality on March 4. 19M HospItal Naiiau County DistrIct I.

for the high office of County Commaloner ubject to the Democratic" Primary on
from District No s and reprtIH23 May 6. LIBERAL TRADE-IN 'ALLOWANCES -
t:1
seating all 0' N asau Co"nIY. I a n 45 ytan of alt t I lifelong S 0,.
; : I was born In Hiiliacd, t'l.. r.b. 211. resident I of Nassau County a high: I '
: I am married to the former chool graduate and alas attended. RCIK-ttt 50- etaetrto terms

Dorla v nd.n"d'u Jones I uilneii College 4 eetort w vkiu easy
: : i iI ,
drtn four nf 'I served fur .. U. SJ /
--
'PRCC EXTRA ".... .1fT""" our children attend the Callahan Navy 1 oto tJr'I. Clinch
\ r School. My old.it a win married Drive I and my I ; : ;: I
MRCHANTSGRUNSTAMP$ I MEICIIAIIS GREEN STAMPS I to the former Linda Ann Thomai I II I am presently I emplo>td ai Jour

"'.mncovKMMiPKC -""", __c___.. I am .tmploved my buiineu I nevman Mechanic, In the Maintenance, I
I 0> U LADY rAlK I VOLUME t ILLUSTHATIO I being 'located In tht renter ol Department of. Hayonler Incorporated'
p ban on U, a. No I and No. I.II.'I and have been 10 employed for thtpait ,
\ ,,/ CAKE DONUTS 2' I \ Bible member of the C.uilohae .
Story LibrarySS.SS. I I am s la >ean '
First Bupttal Church; VitePrtilltnof I havt aerved FLORIDA PUBLIC
.-. '''.. -....."...... f .._,......-...._- ... ;, the Callahan Chamber of Coin, dent 'of Livid No tour 7M t of ertosas International prail || UTILIJIES.I .
.i.3 '
...
H....... ..._..__ a.25.... ....J m..... I Brothorhood of Pulp Sulphnt endPaper I

I My pledge to \\I. bt hontitilnctrt. Mill Worker I
'I.0.r11
:
end to nu one 1 pledge inyitlf to the dutIes of thIs. '
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