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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 26, 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 103;; NUMBER 28It __ ,KKRN'ANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA"THUKSDY:- MARCH 2fi, %) 16 PAGES; THIS 1 IsvStK lOc PI K < (n't:
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;; I Claude Wingate j,: Courthouse To Close D. H. Buchanan I I Front Page News :j,I II Job! T. Weisner Rayonier Pulp Eddie McKendree

tjusl/famlin For Good FridayAs : Pushed To Inside Goes To Far East

Asking ReelectionAs Is the annual:,I custom, the \Nassau States Candidacy As Is our custom at quulhlnil) Seeking 5th Term On SS Green Dale Seeks ReelectionAs

I County courthouse will be '' time' lor elections we !give over as
The VS Grit 1 Dale
closed tomorrow. March 27. for the I much front pate spine as posibli As I was doiked.
Representative observance of Good Friday, I For Tax Assessor I I to announcements and tills week Superintendent at RaYIlIlIl'r( mi Tuesday to loud upproximulilv Tax Assessor
( I IIKHI( tons of pulp I II
I we have a gxdlv number
1 Claude E. Wingate Na.sau'1' I D H, Buck( ) Buchanan (this week As a result nun h of the' I1r\l'l'' ,lolm T VAclsmr null this wink I bound ft'r tin K ir I 1'lIst: F, N (Fililic) MiKemlrcc an.

Representative In the State Legislature Dean BlankenshipEnters announces his candidacy for the of. i that would normally; rite flint' pigc he would bi a eunldiU' to sut I AplHoximiUlv half of the ton nuances In hits quallliid and Is
'"w announces this week that rice of Tax Assessor of Nissau I will be found on Insldt pages recd Iniiisilf as Ioinlv Supeilii nags leaded wax pulp Irom I inHiniiulini seeking elation< to tin office, if

time I he Is a candidate fur reecctlon, I County i-- (indent if Publu Institution Hi : 1)1\1.lun.11 h the re. Tax Aihissor, Nassau County, In
s diction campaign Race For woe elided to site olflrp In 1)18A ) milnilir from the' Jebiip. Ga Div. HIP May Wi primary
again and politicking'! will be rampant .
:t"f Odell Dees SeeksCommission Ixlon
; : ._ .
until the May piIrrsitesHow -
do you thonsc] the candidate "' 7, 'chool Supt. PostDean i ) r 1

for whim you will cast your ballet f\t .. ': Post Leroy Berrie
? By the slur of his or her < :11 lankl'nshlll| announced Iles n

eyes By the way he parts Ills week that he Is a candidate far
hair or she arranges; her coiffure'1 ') Superintendent( of Politic! Ilt lrle, From District 1 3 } Seeking Supervisor

Suinds Billy Net necessarily as lion subject to tile Democratic

mere! are 'chosen this way than I 'limirv rn M'v 5, Odell Decs h is nun >nm'ed th:i Of .
like to believe This year as all he 1 Is a tualfd| !; ttindldiilc fir tit Registration
election' years. Is ImnorUmt tr f 4At4dW 3, r&w District One Seal on the County
vi'r future Consider all the candidates Commission )Leroy Kmli Miinoiimed (thi:
and the chnrattrrlst I week, < dial lu has eiiullllid for

tint' illhir rate them the best Nassau (oinlv) iiiervlwir of Red
choice or tin p"'oic.;I. Tic choice av'pv IKIrilInn aid will nuke an nctlvicampnliii '

Is nr t l fur J just tiriny Bill tomorrow 8rw ,: [fur tint t posh

bat' lore' a fell term In most ...
caws four years' Each election Pa ,

reminds me axiin of the words r S
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of a Greek phi"siphor. "the Indifference .
of good men to politics
causes them to be ruled by lesser I 4
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men Ills announce'mcnl:

fr any His olliiial ann I deeply rtsint and oil can. "I. Claude E, Wingate announce for the office of Nassau County niliidpal(\ In lim pililit] schools w "I hereby aiiiumnco my cumll-
didjles bunging the race Issue Into } dory fir He.EII..tlun
l Tax Assessor to the I to the olllco
subject
that 1 am seeking re-election for Welsnpr tins used this Pl'octlllill'xperlem'l' !
the political. scene and 1 will -v of Tax Assessor.
the second term In the Legislature Democratic primary lor May Slit In Ms work. not only
resent it Just as deeply on the local 1964 "As Tax( Assessor. I pledge/ to all,
as a member of the House of Hi- c with faculties but with slate siliuolConlnuid
level as I do statewide or nation (Continued on Page Two) (Continued in Page Two) i ( (l'n Pane Seven) d (Continued on pugs eight)
wide Such Issues are settled only

by I'nsihie. cane and constructive

guts approaches who use and such not Issues by demago to fur Carter Seeking llm announcement: Nails Announces O. W' Bell Runs Hubert Van=ant


ther their popularity fr 'tr at, the polls, Commission Seat "I wish to announce that I am Candidacy For I For CommissionIn Asks ReelectionTo

ask candidate for election to the 01
I have had a number why 'ij
only a few were Invited to meet of Superintendent of Public instruction School Board
with the City CommlssUn last week In District 3 Nassau County County CommissionJames District 5

for a discussion of a proposed to the Democratic primary on May His annOUlIl'l.'nwnt:
and the 3, 1964 T Nail has and "I have qualified as a candldulc/ I I Hulnrt. \. Vanzunt Ineiimbint
sewer extension program R II I Bob) Carter announcedthis qualified O W. Bill hoe quashed for the
possible purchasing of the city I week that he has qualified to I (Continued on Page Seven j Is seeking) the oflieo of County Commissioner for the office of Counly Commie. office of ('oiiilv) nimUslimr. his IOIlUIUU't'l11l'nt: for reekfllcm to the office of

water system from Florida Public I seek election for the vacant seat from District 3 In the sinner. District No, 1 (Hrnamllnu DlKhlct V, and will sack Union "I 1. (Lens Berrie. a native nun Hoard of Public Instruction Dis.
Utilities Co, It should be pointed on the County Commission from Haddock MAY 5 prlrmrv, Beach ) In the coming Democratic to (that pusl|> In the Diniotrutlt of F'crnandlnu. : Brneh wick to an. trie( II. formally announces his
W. A.
out that those at the meeting were District Three I primary pilmaiy on May Bllm nllunl'e lilY cllllditlal'y liar the 'of. candidacy for that post this week
rcpicstnlutivci of various civic l"t s (Continued on Page Seven) fire of SIIPI'lvilllr or ltl'alslrlltilln.Nah"all .
aud other Interests locally ('aunty.- In tho N
groups Campaigns For 3w
and were supposed to go back to Demn'l'lIlIc Primary -or 1\11 C1'11111
their vailous groups with reports Brenda C. Cravey (l'onlllllll'd on .'11110. )_
ul the session It was felt that this School Board Seat{ i

Jwulilu' 4jy the grnulld\\ ;rlt.. far ,'discussion >; Seeks $Seat On !Lester DavistCandidate ; t.1' "-< 1 Ma {{
of the proposals in anticipation W, Ax 1((Arnold I' toiddick thin] }
of futarogeneral' meetings week announces his candidacy for *

Considerable favorable ,expression the office of Board of Public Instructlon. Hospital Board For

has been forthcoming and of: District ,II (Milliard i In

course, there are always the conservative the coming Democratic primary ,on !Mrs Brenda C. Craves of Culla
views to be expressed \May 5th. hun has qualified for and Is seik Hospital Board s

After the proposals have been mul- ,e ai p Ing election as a mi mbcr of the
concerned there w
led over by all j Board of Trustees of Humphreys : Having qualified fiat' diction In e
will' doubtless be a succession of dr } Memorial l llispltal" District I No.5. 4I the Uourd of Trusties of Humph A F. vj I
In the not too distant future j t'tfa'.kr as
meetings ''
in the May 51 h primary riys Memorial Xopllal. Letter
I have already stated my x Davis! this week annnunird his candidacy .
views that the sewer extension\ la ( II
/ for the District No 4 seat,
highly: desirable from a> Health and r '
and' feel slat ? v>*r ----- '
model nl/utlun standpoint Abe tit d
(Continued on fage 8)) 8 usJ ww"t. I' CI

a xa y. I His announctniuu is as luiliiws: <'u!I Vic,I

Carter announcement: "I. James T, Nails, have qualified ]!- : I
Jesse [ .WI His .
Register message to the voters fol.I
"I wish to announce to the votersof for the office of County Com I lows: -
Nassau County that I am seeking '' iJ missioner from District 3. announcement (follows: "
+ 3 3sJ n ra 1 wish to announce (that lama
Seeks ConstablePost of (Continued On "Page Two)
the office County Commissioner I "I have qualified for the office 'candidate for reelection to Ito office
District Three subject to I if County Commissioner Hltn of Board of Public (n lrucllnlJ.

Disis. 12 3 the May 3 Democratic Primary Plans Set For ]District[ !Nassau Co inly In the Nassau County District II, subject
(Continued on Page Seven) omliiK Democratic' primary, I Ito t, the Democratic primary on May

eri ? a I (Continued on Pane-/ Two) 5, 1UU4,
Jesse HippyI( I lOnislcr has announced Annual Easter (Continued on pane two)
Renews Lease
his candidacy! vfur Constable City '
In Districts 1.2.3 of Nassau I First 64 Political

Counly subject to the Democratic With Sunrise Service FBHS Band Rates
5announcement, Agreement I
primary on May His announcement to the votersfollows Rally Set April 18

I : Plans are completed for the an. All For
Superiors
Peterson, BowersThe "I hereby announce my candl- nual Easter Sunrise Service which
dacy for member of the Board of will be held this Sunday morning at At Hilliard Lodge

City Commission, meeting Public Instruction District II (Hil- 6:00: a,m, on the rampart of Ft llth Straight Year

last night In monthly] session Hard) In the coming Democratic Clinch, The gates will be opened to I The first Ilr four planned polltl ,

p 4 ryj t 9 renewed leases of Peterson Packing primary. the public at 5, 13 II I i, cal rallies which have been slated |I II His announcement follows: The Fernandlna Beach llli.lt

,,. e4t Company and Jeff Bowen of 'Continued on Page Seven) This service has been annually Her official announcement ful-, during thin years primary Is lit' "I wish to announce that I am a School Band was again/ rated up.crlor' .
rr4 he Blue Seas Dincaurant conducted by the Fernandina Beach lows: for April 18 at the (front of (the i I candidate for member of the Board In concert sll/ht.r'nrlmll./

I Peterson Packing Company was Ministerial Alliance and the physical I I Masonic Lodge/ In Milliard of Trusties of Humphreys Memorial and marching at the District No,
given a 25-year lease on 100 feet Baptist Choir To arranJcOIrntl111 be handled "I with to announce to the votersof "The purpose of these and most Hospital/ Nassau County, DlsContlnued 4 Horlda Bandmasters Aisoclu.

t of the North end of the city duck. by the members of the Junior Nassau County that I am a can. I political rallies Is to acquaint all ( on Pago Seven) I lion sponsored contest held Saturday
dldale for member of the Board ofTrustoc'l
presently occupied: by Pcteison anda Present Cantata Chamber of Commerce of Humphreys Memorial ''of the people throighout' the; conn at Terry Parker High School
subsidiary Sportsman Wharf.f The following JCs' will assist t ty with' I lie candidate/ ." said Pi.IPInurum In Jacksonville,
Hospital. District No S. Club
The monthly rental for this eec elialrnvm Don ItoliciH with the ar. (Continued two) I ( chairman' of tie Urmn-i Lions Begins This marks the eleventh cOIn,e.
on
s ion of the docks will be One Hun Easter SundayThe 'I rdnwnicnls; think Hcnmkin Hob pans train fxeiulive: Committee of cutlvo year that the local band

tired Dollars, beginning April 1. rlntannon, Bid Lewin John Wil. Nassau I Rehearsals For hat achieved this honor The stogy
,
14 and running until April 1, UK, Adult Choir of the Urn slier, Boyte Howell and Leon i Kiwanians Hear Hieuusv of the large number /lr'' bund a 17 piece group Inelitdl,14
Another lease for five I Jones the principal players of tho bund
years was Church will present Its i I luiul candidilt, and the outilooi 1
given Peterson Packing Co for the annual Easter cantata Sunday I Featured at the service this year muting/ nn tspidully big turn Annual Minstrel I 1111.0 rated superior
,I 100 feet Just adjacent to the South evening March 29.It 7:30: p.m I will be music by the brass en. I Rev. Duncan Talk out I Is txpttted, this year ho ion I II I Soloists and ensembles rating

uf the dock area In the first lease entitled 'Hallelujah, What a Sav.? semble of our high school band be. tlnued i I Following/ the regular/ weekly superior were: Hjrold Pinion on

This will bring a rental of $oO per lour," by John Peterson Peterson ginning at 5:50.: The ensemble] will On Holy Week Rites I Each candidate! will have S minutes meitlng Tuesday night At Seaside I baritone horn Janice Swcatt obuc;
month builds the main theme around the also lead In the congregationalhymn In which to present his quail Inn the fernundma Bench Lion I Skipper Hill clarinet; Judy ]john

Rrglter'l : Peterson prevloubly had under well known gospel hymn "Man nf singing The mt'n's chorus of flcutun, pi,lie lei and altitude. lie bignn rehionnU" fir the annul piano: John Pulcttl trombone, ,
"I I wish to announce my candidacy lease an additional 79 feet of dutk: Sorrows. What a Name" by P P. the first Baptist Church will also Rev. Father Leonard Duncan' Candidates Include: those running) minstrel show slated for mid. I Judy Lasstire Dale Courson and
for Constable for Districts area which Is not a part of the new Bliss The work Includes several offer special music pastor or St Michaels (Church for a spitlflc( district or districts April. I Edward Flveash !In a cornet trio;
123 Nassau County, In the MayS the guest speaker at Monday I and a twirling ensemble composed
leases This area is between the exciting choruses plus various The sermon of the morning will was and those running for offices at At the regular session the (duns
primary. Florida Marine Welcome Station solos be delivered by the Rev, Donald R, night Kiwanis meeting large throughout the courtyliwam I of Katherine Peters, Sharon Gor.
"I feel that I am qualified for and the area which will be leased Himmclman. pastor of the Prince I Father Duncan recently arrived mid (hit he expicti the I heard\ !Deputy (Dlutrlct I Governor dm Peggy Thornton Diane Poole,
be I
The will conductedby I
cantata Jack .
if the
(Inrlis II Thimpsm
Git mitt Edwards. Brenda Townsend
(Continued on Page Seven) to Peterson This will be from St Monica In Palatka to tram 2 to 2' hours
kept open' Don Collins. Minister of/ Music\ : of Peace Lutheran (liurch entitled 'I rallies In run I sinvllli' Riverside Cluh who I Is a ;Iealldld and Laura Sorensen
the city said. for the docking of Continued "Where Is TIP' Victory takeover the diliis as parish from the time they elicit start at I e
( on eight) fur District Ciouinuruiimpjnvlnil
lie
Grand Opening Set boats such as The page RefreKhml.'nts111 be offered I I priest III rirnundna Hiach ; 7':J)) pili, UIIIII I the last Slu'lIkl'r| Those rating excellent were:
from I Ihiii \Diane Pooh In. twirling solo,
which makes daily again this year by the Junior He was intndiieid by Kenneth lli I 1I11I'd, I nmthir, r.'a-oll 'lor '\ Thompson
For Saturday AtFowler's Dungene8l'1 Fernandina Beach hums club, wire T H, injiraniIlirrls ; Laura Sorensen twirling solo,
the city dock and Chamber! of Commerce The sirv Sturue. program (chairman and larger lirniiut as tic 11I1'rpa1Ipopulatillo .
I II Mavnvnl \V. \VI1luiins Charles Burns, cornet solo: Fred
Jewelry land, Ice will be recorded for a delayedbroadcast diked,I : bnellv on Holy Wick and growth in I\n1l'1IH Inland !Sasnelt :
WeatherU Pculls Michael. tuba Kathy Allison,
and L. 'llirbirt' :
Peterson told l the ml all tlf :Nassau' /
on Radio WPAP sthulul the Nlumlicume of the many er- i I County
Fouler Jewelry at 314 Atlantic today that hal ns'O :the I I S Weather Stallion ed for B 00 a m on Faster morning, ;: vice conducted during this period The other planned i rallies 'liielud" In either husinens George Love clarinet: Sandra Moore clarinet; .
Approved
Ave will have Its formal opening t present seafood retail market he South 7th At Linn Siren The mlnistiM who will be participating I I"f church cbie-rvanci commtmorgllng Ihtot'anti rally shish will hehi sic purled to the club on that I Sarah Parsons flute: and a flute. t
Saturday March 28. with free gifts now operates to the ;North end of Lewis Nolan Cooperative Observer I In the worship service Include :, the passion and cliulh of 'hi on April 2:i In front of the' special( melting if the City ('IIIII.j| trio composed of Margie Raus.chert
and NolaLewelltn (
of Jewelry for the first 100 custom- the ducks He said that a new Max! Mm Rain : The Rev. John Dewier Rev, I I; Christ >'ulie' !Posh Olfice: the !third rally' mission last week to ducuss sewer Sheila Keugntt
ers and favors for the kidd,, { building will be constructed as an 'Thurs. March I 14 70 43 0 Ncson: Miyer. Rev, Jams Elinor. Btiinning with Palm Sunday he to (hi- field at the Callahan Fdir, extension and t t the, possible pllrchllM. Glenda Edwards rated a"gaol"
In an ad elsewhere in this Issue ( addition to the present! Sportsman Friday, March 20 79 61 61 and Rev James Dunn .m aid (that the bll.81nll, and diilrl grounds: and I tie fourth and llnul lag of this city water system Luve.see ; for a twirling solo.
msy be hound several oru.day spc- Wharf and that the major part ,will Sat, March 21 78 34 Di I The community Is cordially In. but III It of the palms Is reminiscent rally tn be hi,'Id hi F'prnand na I IReach attended,, t Ihu metlinif slungwith The Fernandina band Is now !

clubs for the grand opening, I be given over to the Seafood Market I Sun. !March 22 113 41 0 vlled to participate In fiis: servile)1''lif Chrlits triumphal entry Into I at the (ity Ball Park !May other:: civic and ind :l'hll)'I eligible/ to participate In the :North .
I Men Starch 23 42 DI i 'Iectlon! I Continued( t em Page bivrn) (Continued on Page SevensApril ,
Customers are Invited to visit ; I (Continued on Page Eight)) (Continued on Pairi Eight) 4. eve :
the lore and register for a diamond Presently the north end of tlitt. Tues:, March 24 56 TT

solilair to be given away on docks Is given over to the handling Wed, March 25 7t 61 T i Don't For.t. Homestead Exemption Deadline ; 1l

April S3 I I Continued on Page Two) I The riorldl weather Fubln I. tarnished VUIHMS couritiy W., .








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) Two 1'ewg-Leader, Ftrnandlna Bench, Florida 'Thursday. :Murch 26, 1904 rl1ffocl1t', Louisiana.If --

.._...."" I leroy Berrie"Cootlmred Brenda C Cravey elected, I will serve each of/
FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER ; I I you to the belt'C' my Ibllll,. '

McKendree Talks II ( from Page One) (ConMniied from. PlIlfI One) Sincerely! Brenda C. Crasrey,""'
111 ASP TKCGT
PHONES JC8
3617 I t "I was born In Brunswick, Ga, "I resllre the Imnoftance of this'

A John if. Perry Newspaper 'To Union Council In 1907. My pirents moved to Fer. office In fie operation of our hos.pital. "Ktery little! girl Is In a killing

Ua ""Id..n.litor amt "M..M... iindma when I was erly five i Mr rely eb'lgallon Is to )'011. hurry I II I! la Brow up and wear Ihr
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION I months old. In 1"XH an I'pldrmleor i the cltliens of Nassau Coun'v' to I kind of sh:tes that Just kill Mother"

Published avery Thursday and entered M the Poet Office) I On Tax Assessing polio broke out here In Fernan- perform my duties In the interest '_ E. M. Rcmsburg Viola (Calif i

Fernandina Beach, Florid. II Mcnnd class mall matter dlna. Of lice fifteen children sti-le. ( pad:, welfare of all the enemy j jI Press
ken with this much dreaded "''I. .
Subicrtptlon Rates I feel exnerMce In -
: Annlhcr full home that mv
attrmlrd! the
14 a year .. 12.25 II months 185 8 Month lalcst In I series of meeting of ease only myself and one oilier meeting! and serving the public and
14.5U I year out of countyPOM'T I survived. i my office and business experience
the local Union
night. Council Tuesday I "I attended St. Joseph's Aca. i,I qualifies me for this office! DOZIER & GAY
drmy and ,Fernnndlna High Schol.
"I served the pub'le' as a s'ib-
Guest" speaker was Eddie >'lcKendrec I furihcred my education In Diy. ,
Nassau County Tax Assessor tons B neh. I assisted my father I clerk In the Cillalian Post Office! PAINT
who spoke( on the function In the Insurance business until his for four years; my office snoreLore
of his office.McKendree. death In 19)4. then assisted Include three years as sec
my i retnry and bcckkcoper for the Justice Test For The South'CHECK |
used a mlllage chartto brother: In the clothing business
DOZE ef Peace ffflee In Callahnn:
show each of the county atcnclou : 11m a property! owner and two ---0---
bislness exmrlenees are
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!hot obtain !their oporat.nn reside' at 111 South 5th St., am my OUR
df>blt two'
,i on an litsiimnre ;
funds from ad \'olurel1IlIIet.. /lie married and have a son, David 2'* years

WHILE YOU'REYour SMOKING! also had cards prepared In empha. years old I feel that I am well 'husband' yearn a buiinesj In !our service partner station with operation my I PRICES

size each of the paints !In lilt Inter qualified to serve (the people nf( and nrShic
THIS MOVIE and we own
pretatlnn. will appear at the ton Theatre Sunday Nassau County courteously and efflclently. presently
and Monday Gary Grant and Andrey Hepburn star In ( I I operate the Lazy J Ranch and '
Tho speaker began with brief ': s Grocery
a trca-
Poultry Farm. I am presently
this
technicolor production "Charade" "If elected of
I Supervisor
your
bl.soy.at. assessing and the tooliwucn I' surer. of the Nassau' Rebels Saddle ,
Rr-Rlstratlrn I will devote full
no my ATLANTIC AVE.
ana Diner assessors or I Club. !

the state use In their profession Claude 0I I 'I time"I to this Job. '/I "I have: two years attendance at I l PHONE 2fi1-90Tt\ : :\
and soil
He noted that at last be has been WingateContinued j City Renews tit earnestly sincerely [ Northwestern! State College at Nat-1\
given the necessary tools to do a your vote and support In the -_.

fair and just revaluation of taxable ( from Paw Onpresentatlves ") (Continued from Page One) coming"Thanking Democratic you In election.advance tor

couaty property.He from Nassau Coun. sod launching of boats by Peter. your vote and support

told those In attendance of tjr.t I filed formal qualifying pap. son, the sole of boats, fishing tic.Me. Leroy Berrie" OUR PRICES ARE
the progress to date both In the ere In Tallahassee on February bait and the like, while the

western part of the county and on 18th 1904, subject to the DcnucraMe south end Is given over to the ". RIGHT!
Amelia Island, lie said (lint, even Primary, May 5th, 1161.$ lord market, and the unloading of O. W. Bell Runs .I I
with the adverse weather eneount. "During my first term In office, shrlmv: and seafood boats It's A Good Idea To Hare

ercd during the wlnler, the pro. I had the distinction of being! the Je'f Bowers' of the Blue Seas (Continued from Page One) Your Own Tires Recapped
gram: Is up to dale and moving only freshman member of the was given a lease for one year at' "1 al1a property owner and
ahead on schedule, House of Representatives to serve a rental of SilO per month, The know what It Is to pay taxes Since You Know Their Condition. If You Would

McKendrce said also that he fell on a select committee during the lease contains a M-day cancolla- "If elected to this most Import I Like Yours RecappcJ l, Stop Hy Today.
sure his office would be able to first special reapportionment session lion clauae. 'effective Oct. 1. ant office I pledge to ALL the!

complete the revaluation program/ In November 1002, which was The city en the recommendationof citizens of every part of Nasjau PRICES DETERMINE QUALITY!
with the specified budget for this I the House Committees CM Reap, the Planning and
purpose portlonment and Constitutional i B'aid, presently has under con. efforts to work as your County

Jim Parsons chairman of the Amendments I also served on slderatlon the possible construction Commissioner for the best Inter I, Lasscrro Motor Co.
Union Council had this to this committee again as the only II of a more modern restaurant oa cuts of ALL of Nassau County
about
11 McKendrce'l address: say freshman representative In the the North end of the oceinfront "Your vote and support Is solicited .I 629 South! !8th Street !Thone 261-3819!)

I "From the special Renpportlonment session II property owned by the city I ID the and wilt 'be' appreciated. 'f
., facts and figures us January 1963. beach recreation area. 0. W. BELL"
given, It would appear that Me-'
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Kendree Is getting a Jub done that "During the regular session ofj I' The City also approved a lease -

.. we the people have needed for a the Legislature of l3 I was I for C. C. McKcndrce to operate a :
Ic YOU FEEl. 'KJ/SFlF 6ETfI1I6Pur Ions/ time. It Is also good that he among the leaders supporting the I pirilun: of the municipal airport asa
successful education and conservation drag strip for racing./ The lease I
"till" be able to save the taxpayers ,
Y Utf4c4RnYE &t-Mwruacr money In not having an outside measures Including the recreation contains the stipulation that Me.Kondree i I II

D AND Nm=R 4* $ IN uplI firm do the Job" program for the entire I turn over See. of gate receipt I
State of Florida. This
pest session ,
Parsons profits to t tho city for main :
also 5TERb
noted that he was was one of the most progressive In ten-nee purposes. &
11J'j4LUW gratified to see representatives the field of education In the his I
I
Prior to (tho
from Food Fair present and urged tory of the State. agreement It was
that other Interested parties also pointed out by City Manager!! David
attend the meeting. "The other committees (bit I Dutch?! that the runway used previously 'JO
have been actively serving$ on, being I
He said that Louis Ferreira will as a drag strip Is In need
very proud to represent yon of considerable! reconditioning due
address the Council next Tuesday the ppppls of Nassau Co'mty are; to the wear caused by drag racing
alglit. Ferreira will be speaking as Vice! Chairman of the Committee'I'
'
II Secretary and Treasurer of the Director of Public Works Jim 1-
on Dralnaue and Water C
Board tf Trustees of Humphreys mlerva. Beard said (that the reconditioningof ,
font Committees Elections '
.111111177/ on ; j the will: cost '
Memorial Hospital. Constitutional Amendments: Public I S1244.runway an approximate 'I' r

I 'Health; Public Amusements and
Salt Water Conservation. I would I Also discussed at tha meetingwas
D. H. BuchananContinued like to point out (hot the total tho recent dredging of the city ,,
marina I to a satisfactory! depth
number of bills considered
'I by
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from Page One)
0
G.itchcl was Instructed by the
these six! Committees wts 341. I I I
"I have IIICII employed In did not miss a single Committee Commission to secure more In. I There dawns miraculous this
anew a day
Mew ,, Milliard tomes tees I am an active meeting! during fie entire scss'nn'! I formation on the offer from aa ,
1NtS member of First Baptist) 'Church, a ''I 'araf;:'now serving IS"freT.owner, of a .mal\\, dredge to eel!
) sumo to the %Uy, or U trade out Eastertide. In
I the of
Trustee and Christ arisen
Sunday School teacher Chilli-man..on the: Sc'ect:' not' aI glories
dockage at the tnorlna for the e
that "I ,
INS" am presently serving my Sib CcmmlUce: on Water Rrtfurccs.
year as Mayor of Town of Milliard. Tills Is an Intl'rll1sludy group undertaking di edge.Aa in the of love eternal
B.I I hope mankind finds
awaited "I am the present secretary. of I i enmprthcns've'! Analysis easement requested by A. ,
Nasxau County; Community Cheat of water law, quality control, Maxwell for the frcnt of the Dixie. ''

O United Fund for 2nd year. I am a and use and conservation of the land Stores warehouse here was new founts of strength to aspire and to

kee. If I, member of Hilllnrd Rotary Club waters of our Slate. 1 am iso) i discussed Maxwell Is asking for ,I
Q serving as ptesldent In 105) and serving on an Interim Committee.of enough easement to add dl'Coratlv.1 I
19 3. the Legislative Council on Fish,I' block to the front of the warehouse' achieve the greatest goals

year. ewe! 'Member Milliard PTA and past erica and Naturil yNich Is currently being enlarged.:
neollrci.1
president. Member Milliard Area Thrill! two ccmm'ttpcs'! The warehouse front, 0Soulh:
dream of a home of your own cnn come gloriously Development Council and HilllnrdIJooster I since! the regular session have hud 2nd St., Is presently on the edgeof /

true NOWI! A low-cost Home Loan from us I Club."Received no less! than eighteen meetings laat.j ,, city property and possibly the ATTEND THE ) /
new front will encroach several In. .
from
takes rare of the financing. Terms arranged to "Man of Action"award Ing one to four days. i ,
i In 1962.i "Out of a field of tlftyelnbffreshman lli III. Commissioner Ben .Sorensennated CHURCH OF YOUR
suit your llicomelFernandina I i "I I had that this be granted l suhjret
am sponsored. by the people of Legislators, lie
I Nassau County and will not sacrl. honor of !being chosen by my fellcwcolleges | to Wcemmendallon by the! Planning CHOICE

flea my principles for any /group or as \the second men outstanding -, lad Advisory Board 1y (
Federal Individual but will strive to serve freshman representative' ,;v:: Slmrn SwcDtt asked that the city EASTER SUNDAYFLORIDA
all of (ho people all of the time. "I feel as I promised you when I lock Into drainage pn:*>le>m oa.Soiith

"I pledge an efficient office you elected me that I have been 17th Sired anti! C. C. Me-
& Loan Assn.
Savings I where you ore always welcome with I dedicated! to the cause of gad gov.t"endr.'c cited that a like situation .
well trained personnel. AssessingI / ernment for you the fine people 01 existed on South lifts Slrect.Ccmmlssiinir ::::1JH. .

202 Atlantic Avenue I all taxes on a fair and Just basin Nassau County It Is with much |, John Tiliakos, act

providing necessary (funds for the I humility: that I again ask your vota.1 1I leg as r'nliman: In the absence of ,
,i progress of Nassau: County Its and continued support.I Mayor: C:. J. Julinsun Jr., assured

--_ --.4 _. _.. ._, __ I sthoUs and all Us people with no I "I was born March llfi! 1923! III'bull) ll:ut the mutters would be twV
unnecessary burden ou anyone and I Nassau County and nm the son ef 101 kId Into Immediately T) s',r yr. k

i In always protect jour homestead the former Nora Crews and the late Beard said that the delay In cir- ,

Bringing the services of this office 'J. Eliliue Wlnnnt/ boll aatlw of :hug for Ihj drainage resulted fum" .', k'f r rw
''In to cich locality dining the year Nassau' County and families: if sev. the need if casein to city cqiip- r "t( :(
to try to better eral generations I am married to
serve you and fur meat. i I
To
All People your' convenience. the former Betty Jj Ament of Ow.
Commissioner Hilton Kitchens;
I "Any help rendered to this office cnsboro, Kentucky and father of +rr' ,LI
cited that he had complaints of thecity
by family will be four children making our homo at v l
my on a helpmate dog catcher shooting: dogs In t J sr
basis and not at Ml North Fletcher Avenue, Fcrtnn. /
taxpayers : )
THAT front of children and that he did r
HAVE PURCHASED expense. dina Beach Florida.
not consider this In the best Inter. .a
i I "Your vote and active support "I was educated In the public Beta of the
for a proven businessman, admlnls.Irator schoolt of Florida and served lour city. erm.I I IGatchcl I hoe
HOMES THIS PAST YEAR and civic leader dedicated to years In the United States Navy cold he! had no '
nerving you, will be greatly appreciated. Air Force during World War II, re- plants; of lhi: nature but would'
cclvlns an honorable discharge. look Into the matter. I

D. H (Duck) Buchanan" "RcnllrliiK the value of civic Sorensen fild that the Little;: ( _

If you have purchased home in Nassau I groups and organl/nlions to tho pro I Loagun would furnish the mater- I, 1
gross of a comm'inlty, county or |dale If the city would provide the1l .
Malls Announces si Hie, I have supported ventures of |tabor l for certain: Improvements to'' e J
County and you make that home ; a number of chic groups: : as well 'the dugouts! and the protective' '1A'N i

I I Continued from Page One) as belonging: to the fellow Ing or. screen at the Little League;: Ball -
your permanent residence then ganl/atlons i iGatchcl
Park.
you are :
1 am 4(1( years of sue a resident '
.
'of My religion Is Baptist; I am past said that current projects r
Nassau County for 23 I
years +
entitled to the benefits of Homestead have been employed by Container President now serving: nn the Board had fie: city crews overly occupied ,
of of Directors of lice Kraft Athletic at the! moment but that he
Corporation Fornandlna Beach
Exemption.. for the P1St t 33 years and a homeowner Club: F&AM Temple lodge 13; would check Into the possibility of J
and tax payer for the past charter member of the Young DC.mocratle providing<< the necessary labor
,
1 U years Club of Nassau County; Howard Hanna, speaking for a ...
American Lesion: Past Vleo-PresUl delegation(' from Forest Hills and
"I am married to the former
People! making application for Homestead! exemption tattle) Lee HtajliiMham, of HI). dent of the Florida Slave: Council of Beech Street commended "Ihe cityfor
far the fire time must bring n )Deed or nn Hard, Florida tics daughter of An. Machinists; Past President of theDistrict their consideration of possible
Article of Agreement to show proof of ownership drew J. Illiuinlxilhain a former Vo. 112 of the International I sewer extension In the near future

of Property! The Deed or Article of Agreementmust sheriff of Nassau, County. We have Association of Machinists; served Next meeting! of the Commission

\ be recorded in the office of Clerk of Circuit 3 daughters which have and are at. on the Board of Directors of the will be at 7.30::: pm.. April a.

,t Court before an exemption can be allowed. TM l III tending the public schools of Nasau I Fcrnandln.i Beach Boat Club; ac-

your benefit. It satesou money, so take IId'ont.age County. live on the membership drive of)
Hubert
of this benefit. REMEMBER: you must brine "I am on active member of theHedges the Chamber of Commerce of Fee i: Vinzint '..
l Deed Article Baptist Church and of the nondlna Beach and now serving on
of
your or Agreement when
you apply the Board] of Directors. of the Community '
Yuiee P.T.A. One)
Continued from Page
for the first time.
"My Interest In the welfare and Chest. of Nassau County. I "It has been my privilege: to : T yr-- i '
the progression of our county with "Your vole and support of ClaudeE. serve as a member of the Board 01'' .
the desire to serve my fellow cllltrns Wingate on MAY 5th, 11t!(,. Is Public Instruction for In* past
April 1 1st, is the deadline for making Is my pledge to you as a vote for a man with the courage 'I eight years. During this time I.,

candidate for this office fight for your convictions. have tried to servo In an honest
application for the Homestead Exemption "I promise elected to this of- VOTE FOR PROVEN: ABILITY." I and efficient manner always considering

(flee that I will 'be' honest .Incl'.... -- y the high honor and Inte.grtty Na tional Bank ;
f Just and co-operative and will ful. of this ofllce.

till my duties of this very Import. i JOHN E. (Jack) I "If reelected to this office I slat F. ....... Bench
nut office In a progressive but I shall continue to serve! all the clU- '

E. N. McKENDREE economical manner :: tens of Nassau County, taking care
.. MATTHEWS
| "I earnestly solicit your vole and of your business In a bustacss-likc
aJ
support as a candidate for the of.i 1 and friendly manner
Best Qualified For GovernorAulhnrlitd MUMS ISMM Until
Tax i bee of County Commissioner from "I will sneers COirOMIIMP"lI'e '
Assessor Nassau County sincerely appreciate your
,! | District 3. Paid ...... AdV. !t vote and active support. I
.. I I James T. Nails," by CamplIl.n Treasurer "
.. Hubert N. Vsniant.
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.."w pn re Four Poem Lived Poet Luke he came was t to employed Fcrnandlna: at Beach Contalnor .I 1 Through showMen : war'i dread annuls.
Must First Be Says Lifelong I where unborn the
yet
Corporation iinill his retirement ways 01) putt!
Mrs. J. 0. after World War II, Which they, at lam shah eo
I BY LINDA CRAFT MMS+wnv.".1Mg Herbert Lob
I toward the
Entertains to Webster. a poet Is, 'muses Once. Luke more sees Inclined poetry as that "To write a poem, Luke "" I first be
"It must lived
? Of Edna \ a creator one who "born In the emotion of the poet The,
poetry" According to Her. 'lad or Joyous but ever the espiesdun tragedy of modern limn he aid
"* Thirty members "Is that people don't
S. Luke leather and mI fellings, In reference eullhllle h
( I retired of hit true '
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"
\: !
Ward Bible clam of ability to understand Ihn
Above' All. '
)! In his own right this incorp to These .ruGI
| |
thodlst Church nut a great deal Luke laid that this recent| poem Is life," children renlv') 'ws"\ (II:
home of Co.hostess, E the spirit of lonely I,listing reasons for wrinnn ,
the written In pig'
greatest poets ere was
Robinson. Serving retlcc Ing on the ,,try Luke named. the dean t II
said
philosophers Luke retrospection
With her was Mn, beauty in harm:' ,,
must not only express In 300,000 slain al Vcrdun, France I create n\ ill l ''III.I .
President Mrs. I and as graphic words as I II munlcate a deep philosophy of/
opened the meeting These Above All I life, and to leave sumetliinj u
their command the emo
..Ju. was given by Mrs of Beneath the nod, alonl' with God, future generations
Ideas and
philosophies
WiKn, It was entitled ; they must also curve Their rested arms laid bj; He pistltlulod that mim) persons < .
long :
Friends Our heroes sleep the long who wont admit It,
all extraneous words, Ideas, I really! do
iu iu After a short In order to bring!! out sleep I I'I I love and appreciate pwirv" and
the members of past and present, and Into cntcrnllyI that those who claim to get/ noshing
and Mrs, Ruth It to their own and future from It, are perhaps ashamed! ?
i- Loll Sheffield won ," he concluded I'I Wake not again, ye legions slain I the present of the stuik, Il"lIth11II'\ .
| those present aS8lst !Walk nut again with nun ,
I try sometimes presents
career
| fancy rice bags for began his literary (
sixth rural Ceor. feet In solution to the problem ,at/t
Ing Carpenter. grade of a It la not meet, thy weary
I. 7pm. Monday, !\ when his first poem Should come this way again 'understanding gcod poclrLJ. ,,
said t that he, as a teiclur
thought
o Ambush was published I
behalf of the
On
Butler presented Moultrie Observer, a local I Rest ye your bodies, maimed and that the responsibility, l lay oil
I educators Stuffing the minds
I ol
with torn
penter a : youth' with rules and data it
bridal gifts for her i Rest ye your splilts, .Rest nut
''
I Refreshments were I Ambush Your vows are paid. Your peace Is I education, Luke opined. All tuih
I co-hostesses The m I i were hushed and sleepi made (teaching must be tested and ra
tlcnalUcd by the student in
blest, ihtlubiratory
I
I closed with the ( Your shriven souls arc
3 day had long since flown, of his own life,
I silvery Luna through the sky, : TIs we who live must bear the r "It Is a rare person who cat
I Presbyterian I creeping scars \lilt himself above his own environ
Set General to men unknown IOf: hate and deep unrest: mcnt," Luke said "only a ,tcStI:w
I II = While ye who sleep may know the Wait great Icvc or Broil .I-dum
Thursday, from the West a bugle note deep run teach this Insight;' "I wimili,
I I stealing Joy ol forgetfulness said Luke, "which Is mere 'mputanl .
Order of upon a sleeping warriors grout wisdom or sea,
I scheduled by Mrs I May God, at last, though we have tote? I think one cannot um
t for the program to him and to his tribe without the ether
r the General Meeting I passed -
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of the First HERBERT S LUKE retired school teacher, former Con- -- -----

I I set Thursday, April \ their, hated palefaecd foe Is tuner t'mp'o\e, and tfelrng; poet. Is shown reviewing
| ship Hall materials and dicuments of his collection of poems and

| Coffee will be steal away Those outlaw. tlchlc"ementshleb reflect the work of a lifetime. Han TheatrePhone
hostess circle: Circle : hunted men .. ,-- -

mm Mrs John W ; I In dreadful ambush wait t: enything I I've written since' !continued
I Mrs W. 11 Seibert. ; I the white hosts march In I I Teachers tried to encourage/ "We all speak In the language;! 161-4 819 C. E. Beach, Mgr.
At 10 am 13 5 down the glen but he said at (that time he hlm'l t of those with whim we converse
help to show a ; ;:: careless grandeur tempting aspire to be a poet. When and we all write In the style of the
ing of worship did again spark he said "I learned books we read." Luke said In qui t. FRIDAY (r SATURDAY
"Music in Worship" I i from my reading: I never formally Ing a favorite thought. "A good
The significance of moon( sailed on and, through I studied poetry" )reason for young people still developing MARCH 27 & 28

part in the order of white clouds peeping. Motivated by an active mind reading and writing tastes 7:30 Saturday 2:30 & 7:10:
will be especially! the valley in her mellow confined to the I limited experiences to watch what they read," Friday :
Mrs Mclnnls : I' and relatively: dull life on the Luke saidContinuing.
savage hands, while careless farm Luke turned to reading for his early bent to. "Samson and The Slave Queen"TECHNICOLOR
I I'I I was sleeping I: entertainment beginning with ward scholarship, Luke became a
k stained with human blood books at hand, Shakespeare, the teacher In the local Georgia schools -
night Bible, and Scott lie continued In 1911 at the age of 19 Duringhis -
''I Herbert Spivey Luke I' and discovered the Icng teaching career, he taught
1906 "The Elizabethan ROmantlclSll'\\ history, English, and Math, and Friday 9:11: Saturday( 4:11: & 9:11
I' mind," held the post of high school principal .

I I I said lesson he got and the feels Idea today from : my mented literary"That'i when I acquired I and teacher. In 1938, the "Pyro The Man Without A Face"

at 1 It was as 'good a poem ai''I my taste and style of writing," he 1 1I ,

TECHNICOLOR -
s I Cooper's Laundry


'\. will JJetos; JlOtC5 Coin-Operated SUNDAY & MONDAY

,' a \RCH{ 29 & 30\
and
\ Laundry Dry
meal The annual Yuloe I Lions Bar B.Q Is set for 6 p.m, Sit.lirdiiy .,
S= April 11 al the Stale Line park on U. S. 17 Adults CleaningMrs.
: : : $1.SO and children, $73, Public Invited "Charade"GARY

j : JUST ;I I w OCEAN 2(51.4211"A I Parents of 7th and 8th graders, to meet April 9, at 8 Manager
., AND I pm. In the Jr Hleh.Flnmentsry cafetwlum. as part ot I TECHNICOLORI -
: : : ( I Parents League.The 'public:" "is Invited to attend. 14th' & Beech Streets
.. GOLF : \ I .
ON THE : Club scheduled to meet Tuesday, ...
Garden Is
( ) The Magnolia -- w -- +
OF S. March 31 at the hume of Mrs A A. Bodinc, 2744 S Hct-
.
L i cher Ave !

j I. : SID. E P Davis, president fctt of the Nassau* County Taxpayers
LEE: I Assn, will be guest speaker at the April': ; 1 meeting of llu Once Again My Thanks '
;
I Women and the Club nursery, Coffee will will be' be open served at this morning meeting ,

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I : I The Senior Citizens I' Club will meet at 7,13: p.m, In the For Another Term
4-Year
I Dec, Center Conference !Room Thursday tonight

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The Junior Chamber of Commerce will meet af 8 pm
i I Monday March 30 at the Rec, Center

I ',' Without Opposition( :
3 Thursday, April 2, Cub Scout Pack 171 will meet at 7:13:
pm In the Rec, Center game room,
*" J,:'* r" A ;
M w A Scoutmasters Roundlable will\ be held at 7:30: p,m. I am greatly honored 1
April 2 in the Hcc Center Conference Room

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I by this display of faith I :
:1 M Events Fill >| will Shop.be fui nlshcd: by Lynn Dress I t

At Woman's1'"' The coming W man's Club m -elIng in ability to I
: ; I my prop- I
Board Meeting set fir Wednesday. the 1st ot l' r rerly.discharge'the
April will feature aK Its guest
\ .
: Important future oventa speaker E. P, Davis, president of du- >; l -
I discussed by the Woman I the newly timer Nassau County
Executive Board as they met Tuxpajers Association ,
i morning at the home of The program will bo preceded bya ties of the office of
George Davis coffee, The nursery will be open ,
announced that the Wo. Eleven new members were accepted .
; Club will handle the conccs. I Into the Woman Club by I
Tax Collector of Nassau
for the final political rally tc 'the boirdVaried, 'I' :
I May 4. election eve In the I I II

/ : Dave Paik Oatchcl 1 told of plans I Spring i I II County.
fashion show to be held April Proaram Presented
rashlons In Flight:'
At Founders Club
; : : : I Ij feature spurt travel, and I
My staff in this and
joins me gratitude
j summer and vacation wear. Mrs H S Luke and !Mrs Adam
? from mntuie to deb will :
co-histesses lu
: served
Vll.iop as
by Women Club mem tie !minders, Garden Club as It metal we pledge a continuation of good serv-
und Little Women Fashions
I II Mil, lukcs home, Friday af.

I te'mix'n, ice to the best of our ability. I
!Spring( flower arrangements dec. very
> 01', ted the house far the occasion
I Prior In the business meeting!, refrrshmenu .

: Specially Pnced ollt'nlnlpra'pr./ were. roll served callas, After un nn Please feel free to call on the Tax Collector's -

MI'l'rI'd11th the nimmg, of a spring
I flower office whenever you feel we ;
Tin role of the Garden Club \<-
; !!!) !)!) snclntlim was discussed und it was '
I be service. We there to
can are
LON decided that It would be good, to serve
G T continue It. Upon being remlndcl

I of the be held KAC Wednesday sponsored ,Blood March Bankto 25, you and will always be glad to see and

members pledged their Influence! In
' I $9.50 Box assist
II I effort!getting successful people! to go and make: this you. ,

,
MARCHONLY '
Mrs S, W Sayler talked to the
'i group! on corsages and demonntrat Again our thanks for the continued opportunity -

ed how they were made. The pro- i(

grim was called 'very Interest i of serving you.
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] & Lovequist EARLY "RRI\\LI IRA W. HALL

I 311: Color Center The curliest settlers on Coloradi s
Phone ( Mesa Verde probably airixed shoitIv Nassau County Tax Collector
s artt'r the time of Christ and by
1 5 Point Phone 261-30C8 ,oOO or I bUO A D they were building Paid, Political/ AdvtrtlMitt.nl

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News-Leader, Fcrnandina Bench, Florida Thursday, March 26, 19C4 Fane Five

Lawn Party Fetes I Vows March 191( PERSONALS I I -

Mar Beville On Repeat Film Yulee Lions Set CARD OF THINKS
'Project Hope' Your Ihoughlfulness and kindnesshas '
Seventh BirthdayMar I Nolan home from Annual BarB.QSaturday been comfort during
s nlo' Din Pauline Lofton will spend I Ken was Chip a great
Seville celebrated ''the Enter holidays In Tallahassee I halms/ College\ al Marianna four days Shown By Lions To April 11 our bereavement, and for these trU
his 71 h L visiting her win and dAU hlf'r.ln. last week,, to upend the spring holi. buses, we wish to express our most
birthday Wednesday afternoon at a law Mr and M" Hnrvey Lolton, 1 I days with his parents, Mr. and The annual Vulee Lions Bar.B- sincere appreciation to our many
lawn party Rt t hit home on South 'and grandson, Dandcc, Mrs Louis Nolan Local Farm BureauThe Q will be hold! this year on April |friends,
161 h St., given by hit Mr
1
parents II. al the State Line pnik on VS. i signed i Mrs Tony Powers(
and Mrs Ray Seville. 't Mr. and Mrs David Cnichel will Prank, Lw'jrlg/ ,: Jr. ion of Mr
o'o''l regulnr membership meeting 17, announced Lion President G, I Mrs, J. M. Scutt
The refreshment table cnrrlrd spend the week-end In Sanford. and Mrs.: F G. Lambright. Is noseassigned A. Walker and family
out a "Happy Birthday" theme and' (ling his mother, Mrs Itutli Gatchel to the Naval Air Station of the N.ittstu Countv FOI'mHurrau
v held March 13 al the The public Is Invited) to attend
., was :
West, Be Climes
at ca
was centered with a large cake end her parents, Mr and Mrs. Key
I Milliard Masonic Hall the affair which begins at 6 pm CHEAPER TO WATER
designed as a football field. Guests John fudge Mr. and Mrs Fr tile Nilan\ and A covered dish supper was en. Donations are $1.SO: for adults, and In Florida and other Southern

were served Ice cream and Coke t IN Mr. and Mrs E. B, Philips ontcrtalned 'children Cindy. Tom and Hubert, )eyed after which the film, "Pro. 175 for children states It usually Is less expensive
with the
child birthday cake. Favors for A guests laRt11'1'. from iof\ Galnl'svlllelI're' here last week ject H pe" was shown through the i Fund raised will go toward the to walT a lawn regularly during

each and horns. were Easter baskets I II Swatnsboro. Ga, Including her I end to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cal. courtesy' of the Fernandlna Beach purchase of eye glasses fur (henedy. the winter than to replant part of

mother Mrs. J. A. Garret Mr. and \ln Jones and children al'u1el1, Lions Club.President. I It In the spring
Serving were, Jan and Jill Be- / Mrs. Louis Garret and chlldten, j laud Mrs Rulrf< Pipkin! and \Miss John Pagp( called the

vllle and Mary Godwin Judy and Asa, Mr. and Mrs EdI 1 I I Judy Pipkin of tins city. meeting to order' nml turned It

Enjoying the affair with the lion.orcc I win Garret and daughter. Fran, over to Program 'halrrain G' r-I I I
were, Barry McKendree, Ladd and Mr. llerrln Grimes. Guilts' enjoyed .j 1 Mr, and Mrs. Frank tamliriKhl don F.II11I hQ then Introduced Don,
Gordon Raymond and Ricky Dry. boating, fishing and a joint I II I spent lust week' In llallnndiilc with Riberts of the Lions Club
ant, Mike Flncannon Russell Kull- ( 1 1rF I birthday party honoring Ana and 1 her brother-in-law and slater Mr, I
tiilk,
wood, Paul Stewart, Benjamin Die. I /1 Fran Garret, and Eber Philips. I I and Mrs. C C. Kinsman and in explaining Roberts pave Project nn )Hope Interesting and how I EASTERI
Hollywood with her brother and
kens, Bobby Tarpley, Wanda M T- ; I
Cindy Taylor, Patty Alverson, 'J Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Kennedy, Sr sinter In-law, Mr, and Mrs H. G this project Is carried on, miking ,
gan
It clear that while this I Is a "",>od :
and Harold McCarthy, of Savannah
Joey and Stanley Benner, Gertrude I Dent
and -. f Ga, were week-end guests of Mr. will" project, that It Is entirely BENEFIT DANCE
Gladys Bailey Rene Wesley and Bobby Douglass Slsk, Mark Mike I and Mrs. Boyd Kennedy, Jr. The Mr. and Mrs: Franz Mitchell: and free of all government connection, I
I
; attended voluntary .
few days fishing at Mrs. Dean Ossp a concert bl'lngI dependent( upon
men enjoyed a
Vlzcarrondo, Steve ..
.
Ensley Tommy (the CtmdUr Chi'iailer oi contributions of time and
'it. II: by
In
I Fish Camp Crescent City.
Skipper, Al Talbird, and Mr. and """Ft tj: 'f I 4 Piques Emory University, Atlanta, Ihirs- money .

Mrs John Stevens of Lake Kerr, Mrs W S. Lang of Vldilln. Ga. I day/ evening' at the Avondale :Mel.iodiKt Following Roberts' (ilk, the film I' SATURDAY MARCH 28

grandparents: J I spent a few days reeently with her I r Church In Jacksonville. was shown by projectionist I Dong- ,

sinters, Mrs. Boyd Kennedy and las J Decker, also n Lien. j,
Lutheran ChurchTo Miss Jeff Middletnn. Paul Elevens n and Cecil Pit Kelt
I I Page and Hills:: expressed I th
Jr. 1I'Ithdud.IY for tiny hllUI
Have Egg HuntThe Mr. and :Mrs\ Grndy Mnrcrm' tf Bcuch to Join' in the festivities w, thanks( and eppieclntlon of tin I I 9 P.M.' TO 1 A.M.

Cane Kennedy will lie visiting relatlvcs college mudeiil. nn upting vucitlunMr. Farm Bureau gronn\ for the pre ;
children of the Prince of for the week-end I senlntion ef the film. i

Peace Lutheran Church are Invited' and Mrs J. C tk-micll. Jr. There was a relatively large lit.tendance ;
to an Easier Egg Hunt this Sulur. kaas a ,srvsea star Parka Mr. and Mrs Clmr'pi' Grunt Attended ] spent the net bend In Macon, Ga. \ rat t the meeting Includ.ngvUltrr AT
day rooming The hunt will take the funeral Sunday of Mrs. 1 With their nl'vlleand Ills vvde.. : Judge J E. Wealhcrlord, ( I,
place at t 10:00 a m. In the panic JJR. AND MRS JERRY KIGHTIn I Robert Mlnlc'i brother, 1).II:1s: Law, Mr. and Mrs. It W Martin, Jr. 1 member of the Board of Directors I

\ grounds of \the Community; Rccrca- who was killed In an nulomobdeaccident IlIr (I'r(Jeet Hope, North 'Kt F1ur. TEN ACRESMUSIC
tk$:' Center, a lovely setting of pastel pink is the guests assembled. Soloists I near Thomiisvillc. Ga. I II I Mis. John Smith' Sr., lift Tues.diiy lila District.I
accented with cilmnnn. kilos Joy were John Grant of Amiriciis, I I lui a visit with Mr mid :Mm. : !
Kftc'h child is Invited to bi'Ing one tvnotu$ McKendrce, daughter of:Georgia, singing! "A'wnys.' ," and I Mr and Mrs Charles Giant will James Holland of Uieuton Ala. 1 Thanks were also extended, tr

hard-boiled, lell-deeor'ltl'd egg lor Mr and Mrs. r.. A. :MiKendree, I i Claude: Haddock, rendering "lie, I have as guests fir tin1 Easier: hl'lI.1 I bama. the hostesses fur this meet\Inn: .
time hunt. 'became the bride of Mr. Jerry El. I cause" i 1 days, Mrs. Grant's milher I Mrs. L, F. Higglnbit'iam. Mrs I

roy Klght, Thursday afternoon, The Chapel/ background of crlm- I Garner, and son James, and Mr. Rev G. W. i Ililli Griffin, Jr of I Charles Lindsay, and Mrs. lJor.I BY
CARD OF THANKS I I March 19. In the Chapel of the First! sun velvet was accented wllh twin and Mrs. Billy Garner, situ dnu. I Covlngton GaI as toe oveinig.it: I man Mlzell, all of Callahan
The Fcrnandlna Beach Elementary 1 I: ten Debbie and Puttie, all of h.1
Baptist Church. I baskets of pink gladioli and pompons guest oi Mr end Mrs. Franz Mitchell i
School would like to express The Rev. James T Dunnam.I tied with crimson satin ribbons lanta. last Thursday, on his returnto I City Employees

Its appreciation to the pupils, patrons I pastor, performed the double ring placed on each side of the I Little Miss Patricia Grant ccle. I' Atlanta mailer touring In South I Attend Institute MAXIEand

: and various organisations of ceremony at two-thirty o'clock be. :..11 or. Lighted!: pink tupers In a braced! her fourth birthday with an Carolina, Georcin!! mid 'llIl'llia with

. the community for the splendid cooperation 'I fore a large assemblage of relatives branched candelabra from the center I' Easter Egg hunt al her home Fol. I' tlie Camller Churallers of Emury At GainesvilleTwo

I and friends. background cast a soft glow ,Mowing the hunt, refreshments of University. I His SHARPSSPONSORED
and to the Heart
response
The bridegroom Is the ion of Mr, over the setting Pews were mark. Ice cream and cake were servedto Mr and Mrs. David Bowers and city employees have returned
Fund drive which was sponsoredas ed Intermittently with large crtm- those Each took from Gainesville where they attended .
I and Mrs Elroy Klght. I present. guest family spin! lust weekend In Flu-
a memorial to Mr John Pozcga, Mrs Isaac Shiver, organist, pre. son satin bows centered with min. home favors of bubble soap gerald Ga. with her parents, Mr Institutes conducted by the ,

deceased March S, 1W4. scntcd a program of nuptial musicWaLKIN latin'e arrangements of pink glad and Mrs. It. F, Walker, and his I Public Service Training Center, .
-- ...- lIorell.I -'- I Division of General Extension: ,
blather and sIMcr-lu-law Mr. and BY
mi-ny. a reception was held at The Florida Institute for Continuing
I Attendants Mrs Sam Bowers
Surf on South Fletcher Avenue University Studies. i i

.s i| hire Linda Walker wis matron. Mrs. McKrndree greeted guests Mrs. Dorothy Brown' of Washington On Thursday, Friday and Salur. i CITY BOWLING LEAGUE
of htncr and the bride's only attendant. In a becoming ensemble of champagne D. C. will arrive Friday to be day, Mrs. Kasley Thomas attendedthe
Her ballerina length dressof I lace and crepe. The sheath with her sister, Miss Murle Cone, Institute for Governmental '|
pink lace was designed with a I
will St.'Illeellil Hospital
dress was designed with a lure who enter !>Secretaries
fitted bodice featuring a rounded I bodice and complemented a In Jacksonville ti> undergo On Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and
neckline and tiny cap sleeves, and I DONATION *::1.00> COUI'I.GNOW
bouffant lace skirt complementedwith softly/ draped jacket of matching surgery Monday Wednesday, Clayti/n. Sunders attended ,<
crepe. She wore a matching spring an Institute for Klnunco Offleers. )
' of Braiell, of Mr. and
an overskirt matching pink I Donnle son

FREEZER: silk orgnnzn.! Her headpiece was a (I' hat ana bone accessories. Her Nr.I Mrs J. A. Burtell, left Sunday to .I ,. ,. -.-
--
was champagne cymhldlums. --- -- - -- -- -" ---- -
pink satin whimzy with matching sage resume his studies al LaGrange
\Mrs. Right chose
a
veil and she wore pink sutin slip. hllllllKumr.I' College
pers. Her bouquet was Ivory roses two-piece dress suit of SERVING BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
held'! with pink satin ribbons lace warn, with matching reeeaaue-I i Miss M irllia Eloise: Snillli ,
a Elroy Kight served as best man \les and hat. Her corsage was antique I er Klmlint al LaGrange rorm.1
white cymbidums will be at home with her mither, DAILY SPECIAL
and Roy
QArk HE for his son ushers were
Y f ox and Mike Davls The bilde'i table, overlaid with 1 1 Mrs Elizabeth Smith, due to Ill.
j a handsome Belgian lace cloth, was ness
I i The Bride centered with the bridal cake em. I l
Lunch 97 Dinner
Mrs. Betty Bryant and children, ,
bride, In c.
E fii The petite given mar. be Red will large pink roses and Palsy and Candy, recently enjoyed .
clone by her father was never sweetheart bows accenting the scalloped -
f I lovelier than In her wedding gownof tiers, and encircled with a several days In Brunswick visiting Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked
. with Mr. and Mrs Virgil/
white Chantilly; lace and peen garland of pink carnations and '
i de sole, poised over rustling "I do" fern A miniature bride and bride. Inulon. weuler.1
.t
i 1 1t In taffeta. The fitted lace bodice was groom, standing underlhlle I I' Mr. and Mrs James Deviled Crabs A SpecialtyOUR

t enhanced with a square neckline wedding bell outlined with ruffed as tikHr /guests this week\ Mr. and
,I edged with' tiny lace scallops, and I tulle and llly-of-the-vallcy, adorned :; Mrs. Hoy Ward of Johnson' City,I SECRET RECIPE
i vw I .. tl a I br'"eJ a a"yi elbow length alcoves The bell shape the tip tier. Cryslal candelabra Tcnn.
.. yi sv. ( skirt of peas dc solo was designed I placed on each sldo held lighted I I I
'f with a circle of lace pinwheel mod- pink tapers. ,' Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Markham Home Made ChiliFAST
allons appllqiicd Just above the I Iweleimed! home their daughter
i oar: Irrgih! hemili.c.: A narrow bell ,, The punch table was overlaid {Jennie, a cludenl at Hrevard College .
with white linen and centered with COURTEOUS SERVICEOPEN
'. I!lor white velvet closed at tho back Bicvard, N. C, nn Tuesday ,
silver bowl cncir-
ornate punch
j waistline with a soft, flat bow Her IM| nighl.| They are (looking/ forward to
clod with pink carnations and fern 7 DAYS A WEEK 7:30: A.M. TO 11:00: P.M.
shoulder length veil of imported having her shier Jade! fur the :
Miss Sharon Hull presided Mrs
silk Illusion was held by a Queen's ICaMcr: holidays
I Sidney'! : Grrss cut the bride's cake [ I
crown of lace encrusted with seed 1
1 and Miss Sue Thompson kept the I Mr. and Mrs John Stevens are Golden Sands RestaurantON
pearls. She wore white silk orginza -
bride's book, at a table covered li. 'hire from timers homo at Lake
mitts and canloj:! a bouquet of
outlined, white linen accented with an arrangement I iKerr, lot a'visit with flair BOn-in. I
American B'auty roses THE OCEANFRONT
of pink blossoms. law and daughter Mr, and Mrs.
and interspersed
with crimson siii'n ribbon
fPI ; I I IHa| li ulie, and tarn.Iv, I
j silk sniivvdiops andpuuis Wedding Trip [ .- u.__ ____ ____ ________ __.__ _____J_ ---
of white net held with "pink .
For their wedding/ trip to Daytona
i, 'k satin streamers caught with miniature I Bl'achIIrs.\ Klght chose a I

white florets two-piece spring suit of mil'r\ ,, H
The Reception j crepe, complemented with while : ", '
;t
Immediately following the cere- I patent slippers; mid bn/l./ She wore i 1 1I Saturday
I a whimsy of make roses and &I I ,
!

j I JOHN E. ( Jack) purple Oui-Ot-Town orchid cordage Guests, I


I MATTHEWS I Bib Out-of-trwn Johnson and ,reception Mrs guests\vont for were Gross the, ceremony Mrs and j4 !!=llffcqd! March 28


Rest Qualified For Governor family, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Gross |
Auihorucd' by Can.psi/an, Treasurer Mrs Tom Moore', alii,
and family
FREE- GIFTS OF JEWELRY TO FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS
.. Paid Pol Adv. lor Kingsland Georgia Mrs. t'rankI
'; t a ( ] -.. ,
Mr. and Mrs
.y -- ----- Burbank of Tampa
I :
I A. H Grant and John Grant ol |I FAVORS FOR THE KIDDIES -

J/"t ,,,,' ': .'J.h: : ", .,J. Americas. Georgia. Leonard Sinl'li. !i iIIIlIIard.
KILL llomervillc: Georgia II Jimmy Davis: *

and Mr. and Mrs. H. H


Lawn Weeds Brown. Rehearsal' J Dinner I I i Grand Opening Specials .. One Day Only

Mr. and Mrs Elroy Kindt rnler-1;)

PESO PLUMA ..r.. talned at a rehearsal dinner Wednesday DIAMOND BRIDAL 3-PIECE ENSEMBLE DIAMOND BRIDAL
j Oa/w0 evening at The Surf, for !
I ... I easy the honored couple, members of PAIR Diamond 2 Wedding Hand l!t PAIR
the wedding party, and out of tuwn ,
SUIT tailored by SAGNER : ..'
guests. I Keif. $137.50 $100.00 Kcit. $59.93; ) ; $35.00 licit.! $75.00 $50.00
;, Fur the dinner served at six
Don your Peso Pluma this summer nd step out : o'clock tables were overlaid wllh '

of a hot box Into an ice box. No suit is lighter, I.wal ing while garlands linen of Mamie accented Eisenhower:I with center. ir. II 10% REDUCTION ON DIAMONDS NECKLACES PINS PENDANTSAND

no suit for Bummer is more torillTde."iltl'llt.Exclullve nations and gyprophclia. Morecards .

fabric by Pacific MIDI, 65% Dacron were complemented with a ID BRACELETSTAKE

45% wool, c.o-o-l tailored by Sagner with pre- Hers in easier wiy to keep red carnation and fern.

mium care. You'll want to come In early for your The bride-elect was presented a ,
lawns (tree of
Peso Pluma-the original, imitated, but unequalled weeds. IMPROVED corsage of white carnations from ADVANTAGE OF THESE SPECIALS ON GRAND OPENING DAY
WEED B CON not only' bits weeds i
the hosts
champion of the featherweight
SS 00 ...il also controls those two tin- During the evening the couple! AND -
._,.. _..... $ 1
..s.a 11I"-M y 11I aawaas Ya aids to outdoor living, Poison presented their attendants with appropriate -

Oak, and Poison weed, and Ivy Yet brush this' killer combmition Mrs. Klght gifts the and affair of the remembrance.Enjoying honored with Mr couple and. I)I Register For Diamond Solitaire To Be Given Away Saturday, April 25


won't harm hardy ,"UII. Easy were, Mrs. Linda Walker. Roy Cool You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win

to apply with ORTHO liwn Spriyer Mike Davis Miss Sue Thompson?
BAILEY'SATLANTIC or sprinkling tin. Rev. and Mrs James T. Dunn.m.1 See Our Stock of Diamonds Watches Bracelets Charms Birthstones
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Haddock. Mr

and Mrs Isaac Shiver, Mrs. Prank\ I Transistors Clocks Silverware Lighters Men's Gr Children's Jewelry
Five Points Grocery Burbank, Mrs. W L. Klght. grandmother ,,
AT SE1'ENTII0intl.tJeninge of the brldegroom-ld-be, I
314 Phone
& HardwareYour John Grant Mr. and Mrs. A, 11'1 : FOWLER'S JEWELRY

to kHP you f!!!llna!! frMhl Grant, and the brlde-clcct's Pllr. Atlantic Area 161.3420
Ortho Dealer cute felt and Mrs. L. A. McKendrve -i:

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t,;


I"" Sit -- cwlI.Leadcr; FCI'nundlna Dench, Florlda Thurad3y! bLu; .\\1.2, .1964:
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r High School Echoes. '


i Gr'y't BY MED TYSON .
COME TO r J Hello
WORSHIP ,
F The Pirate baseball squml Is beginning .
t a Saturday, the FBHS.
Bund "
r n ,, to "shape up, with the
AND Journeyed to Terry Parker High I flint game on March 31, against t
REJOICE School to
participate with 17 other I
Crmden County In the torah bull
lands In Use DIs. : park. The team Kill' gain additional
.rlct Coni est. Aswal strength when' these \'hi have been

our Plntt participating: In spring football turn
tl land received out for bascbill.

t With Your Family At luperlor rulings '' Thursday, candidates for next
eke n Concert, Sight. years Student Council offices presented .
'ending and speeches to the student body
farchlng. Thai' drrlng 7th period
The Church Of Your Choice 'atnigs/ allow the Elel'tlons'rrl'' held Friday d'ir.

.... Aj" send to partlel. I hit (the lunch periods, and the re.
-.;rr. late In the Slate suits were as follows: President,
Coolest ut lulialiastee. I' Jcanette Guns; Vice-president!,
St. Peter's First : Memorial Prince of Peace Members of the Senior Class re. Curies B'irns: Secretary, Judy
cently purchased a sidewalk which Vrnncken; Treasurer, Nola Level-
!, Methodist covers a section of our campus
Episcopal Church PresbyteriClnChurch asikJe Church Lutheran ChurchThe Class members who helped pay for len.The chorus will prevent Its annual .

the sidewalk were allowed to wrIte Easter concert Thursday during
Today, Maundy Thursday, ti one Maundy Thursday the Last Supper congregation and friends of In It while the cement was wet. Assembly.
of the moot Important) days In the $I will be celebrated at 7.30: pm. the Prince of Peace Lutheran II i I Spring football practice will come Shots were administered! again

Christian Church, for It was on The topic for the meditation at that Church will gather at 11,:00 a m. ;I to a close Wednesday afternoon last Friday.
thin day, the day before Ills cruel. Tonight, Thursday, at 8 p.m., :' There Dawns A New, A MiraculousDay hour will be, "Thou Preparest A this Sunday morning for special with an Intra-squad game That's all for this week' !!II!
the Last Supper will be observed i .
Table : -- -
--
service ---
flxlon, that our Lord gave ut the I
commemorating l triumphof
In the Fellowship Hall at the FirstPresbyterian This Eastertide A Day Richly Good Friday Evening there will
Sacrament of Holy Communion, Jesus Christ over the grave
which has sustained Christians Church. The members '1e a memorial service reviewing Junior
Special music will be High-Lights
sealed at the table, will sung by
h3 activities I of that In Jcrusatfm
throughout the centuries. I!break the bread and receive com. Endowed With Spiritual Splendors, day the choir and the sermon for the
long when Christ
There Is ni more appropriate ago was
morning by
the
lime to receive Holy Communionthan ';I I from munlon one cups member as they to another are passed Ap.proprlale With Faith and Joy Supreme. In The crucified.. The time of this serviceIs :I Hlmmelman, will pastor be entitled Donald"Ell.I R.. DY CAROLYN BREEDEV
7,30: m. and tho of
on this day and It will be p topic the chanted
I I Dust.
braled In St. Fctor'n :"' cele'l, scripture r will bo read bythe meditation will be, "It Is Finish. Hit! and 8lh graders enjoyed a play.pff
Church this evening beginning at ( minister Rev. John Dozier, Glories of Christ Risen, In The Hopeof ed." I The public Is Invited to this service I "Clean Up" Is the word around game for first place between the

8 o'clock. The Rcv. James D. E1IU and organ selections will be played The sermon topic for the Easter celebrating the Resurrection school this week. The patrol Is i Pirates and Wildcats, with a final
by Mrs, Ruth Conner. Any Life Eternal Mankind Finds New morning service scheduled for 11:00 helping to establish a "clean up" of
BT will he the cell:>rllilt nll,1 I the : score 19.11 In favor of tie Pi.
Rev. Canon G. Oliver] of St. John's member: it any evangelical church a,m. Is "The Fact of the Resume I campaign. At the regular two.\Y l'k rates.
Cathedral In Jacksonville, will Is welcome Founts of Strength, To Aspire and To Linn Today" In this sermon, the ST PAUL'S LUTHERAN:: Intervals they police the school All of the toothbrushes! being sold
preach the sermon. Sunday, at 11 A.M.; Many will task of the pastor Is not to state ClIt'RCllAmelia I grounds end auditorium. The Pa. : by the F.T.A. have "net been dls.
Canon Oliver] was procured for observe Easter by attending Achieve The Greatest Goals. May the historical fact of the resurrection City Net Intersection trot Trip was brought up at the :I pcscd of yet. Please, buy a tooth
this service through efforts of the church. The sermon will attemptto which Is known to all people AM I, last meeting and brush and support your Future

men of St. Peter's. lie Is a native I answer the questions as to what The of Easter and bet to suggest the eon temporaryreevanee 1:00 A. F._Gerbhardt, Pastor I I was planned fur I'I Teachers. Buy now brash,, la'cr' !
Inspire .
Rejoicing : am
of Florida receiving a degree from It means to believe In Easter. that fact for this hourin MorningSenIce May 2. Four no. The boys have Ron "fnd vil1e."
The following children will be history 10.00: a.m. >.._?? Sunday School I' nil
of Florida. pcroxidlng their hair In
the University Follow. mlnillons fur the! everycrowd
baptized William Lee Oliver and Encourage Each of Us In Our Daily 11:00: a.m. ._... Worship Service : i
tog four years In the navy he en.I : ? 4C destination were | you're sure NOTICE\ :;: eight:
trred Theological Seminary at Sowinee James Frazier Oliver, sons of Mr. 11:30: p.m. C. A. Youth Services I mid c i Silver'' to ten "blenched blnndis."
Tennessee. Following his or. and Mr, William Oliver; Robin Lives. CHURCH OP GOD 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service .. Spilngs, SI. Ail-1 We're all glad to se Mrs Pozr-pa
dmatlnn Into (the priesthood ho serv.edi \, Vorcene Walters, son of Mr. and Case 4th and Cedar Sta. fTmrsdiiy mid week remise giistlne, t'nivcr.i I I bark after a few diys In Virginia
churches at Ihterlnchen and!, Mrs Robert P. Walters; AllisonFlcnnlken .star I L. Murvtn J<>hm...n, PasUr 7:30: p.m. city of Florida, Today marks the besiaiilns of
Hawthorne before being coiled to I daughter of Mr, and I'huii 2bl-i807: I' i and Mmlnoland] ;Faster holidays and evprvwio Is ex.
Mrs. Charles Flenniken, Sr, 0.00 .___.. I t weekend
the Cathedral to serve as Canon. : t.m. Sunday School The decision will' cited over the 4-day
I Canon Oliver brother, W. F. Sarah Stover and Susan Flzcr, Church of GodThe First 11:00: a.in ....... Morning Servicei'PE. Mr Adam Millsop be. moue, ,.jr ui# mi,,J,next t meeting: ,, See you latcrlStork!
r:1Ca
Oliver, Jr, ] l In FcrnandlnaBeach. recently received by the Sessions Friday Evening 7:30: p.m. I I
I as communing members, will make 7:30: p."". ,_ .. Evening Service Nominated The Seventh !grade Dramatic
The public Is welcomed to tills\ their professions of faith before Church of God corner of 4th Baptist Church \i'ayer, meeting Wednesday To Club Is making plans for"prcduc.i Club
,I service. the congregation. and Cedar Strncts, is planning a 7:30: p.m.NOR7'It hug "Ransom of Red Chief, a hlfh
special program for their Young oft Presbytery Post adventure play by O'ltenry. The
4 GOOD FRIDAY Peoples Endeavor on Friday, March TilE LORD'S SUPPER t4ik STREET I club clfleets. are, Don Blalock, Mr. and hire Glenn Kitchens nroreceiving

St. Michael'sCatholic 27. Mrs. Wilma Smith, president of I The First Baptist Church will BAPTIST CHURCH present; Linda White, vlee-prcil- I congratulations on the
The traditional three! hour srrv the Y,P.E., will bo In charge. A Mrs Adam Millsop, a member of dent; Carman Vann, secretory; birth 9 I Ib.
a 14 born
hold a candlelight observance of 1:45: a.m. ___ ._. Sunday School I I ez. sin
; the Women i hof2
lei Is scheduled for tomorrow, Friday of the First I:
Presby. and Roxlo Clillds.: tieasurcr.
entitled "TH1 OTHER CROSS !
ChurchRev play 'the Lord's Supper tonight, Thurs. 11:00: a.m Morning Worship at t St. Vincents IbspitalI t
The, beginning service eemmemora'et at 12 o'clock! noon.the : will be presented and there will be day, at 7:30:: p.m. 8-SO:: pm.?.................?....?. BTU terlan honor of Church being here asked has to had the In I Friday at seventh period, tho 7th :'I' Jjcksonvllla.. Mrs. Klklieni Is I
special singing I The theme will be, "The Victor. 7:0::: p.m. ... Evening Worship the cipacliv serve --- the former Mis Nadine {'Ol k of
three hours Christ t hung upon the : of Chairman rf Ecu
Fr. Leonard Duncan, pastor, Easter Sunday the church Is [ tills city.'Dln01lllul'.
cross and meditations will be basedon Ions Christ, and will consist of 7:30 p.m. Uirl.W"ek Services men leal Mission and Relations Live Oak.
announces the following servicesfor striving to break Its long standing scripture reading and special music, :!
His last seven words spoken Wednesday committee of the Suwannee Pics- Mrs Mlllsnp will work closely I I'
Holy Week at St. Michael'sCatholic Sunday School record of 137. Frank followed by the observance cf the Tfirtt | Tracks Sera
from the cross. Everyone Is urged bytery. I with local officers and committee
Church. i 20. Million! Years 01J
Allen, superintendent of the Sun. : Last t Supper BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH I
to attend part II nut all, of thinvery This women In the! field of Ecumnnlcal
I HOLY THURSDAY Mass 7:30p.m : day School, Is working hard with I Special music will be rendered 429 8 meaningful service Precession of the Blessed rest of the church In this endeavor by the Music Ministry of Die C. IV\ Page. PanlurJunday one of four main committees which and Mission Rclatirni. She will at. our fcotprlnts found In a coal mine:
I EASTER DAY Sacrament. The First Communicant I- I At the 11:00: o'clock service, Rev church liervicotll: along with the officers of each tend a Syn'dlcal Training SI'hoo11 about 20 miles from hcie could Lethe
\ will receive their First I Holy Marvin Johnson, pastor, will bespeaking 10.00 A.M. __. Sunday School Presbytery form tile governing I May 4-9 In Ormnnd Beach and the oldest In llm world, it \\us salt:
There will ba a rHr hratlnn of the Communion at this Mans Mnr EASTER SUNDtY ? body eOf the Women of the Cliureliof Montreal WI'mrn'l nfcrence July here today
TUG: CRY A.M. __
the 11:00
subject Wllr
hl"
on : Homing ;
\ Holy Communion at 1:10:: A.M. Sun. 1 turn 8'TO: until Midnight. FROM THE CROSS.1Everyone: Is 'Whmhlp service will be held C:30: p.m. ..........-........ ... B.T.U. The Presbytery Smvannee the Council; 30 assuming to Awiust her J In In preparation the fall. for I Jack Woods director of tho
with the children'sprncesvlon of Presbytery In. pest .
day morning I GOOD FRIDAY Stations : icetm'and Sato: Muviim, estimated
attend all of 7.no
Invited tu P.M. M.n'
cordially Prover Service
will
Sunday at 8:30 and II and
and Festival Eucharist The Cross at 3 p.m. Evening Mass services. : n.m I eludes women' from (he 43 tin 41 beginning at 10 o'c'ock! at Ft. Pet. and Hnly Communion, 5:30: p.m, these Includo a number of well-known! 7SO: p.m. ??? Evening Worship churches In the area extending Millr.ni has worked la this area ofusdeav.r gerund( were made nhnut CO) mil.
er'l HOLY SATURDAY Blessing I of At the close rf the morning service hymns about the Risen S vlour. Tuesday: I I frrm Jacksonvlllo to Calnosvillc: en the: I heal level for Iwo I Urn years aj: ] by a duas&iir abut
childrenIs the congregation will' adjmin Special music at the 11 am service 7:00: p.m, ...__._..... ... Visitation' and( us far west t as Lrka I
Tho annual procession of the Paschal Five and the other City and years 20 !'f'rt lung
I tho behind the Recreation will include the! opening -- --
to punic area per- ---
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scheduled at the beginning of tho ceremonies at 11 P.m. MklnlijhtMUSI .: ... _.._-= ::.-;;;;; ;
Center for a basket dinner. lien of the Easter Cantata: "Italic-:
service at which time a Cross of ,
Flnwers l Is m.idi as their Easter I An Easter ecu hunt for. tin! chlJ.h'eul lujah! What A Saviour," written by '
of the School will fellow John' Peterson and presented by
Rift to the parish. Along with theirflowers CALVARY BAPTIST CIIL'RCIIBailey : Sunday .
i the church choir. ,I
.
the( younrilera will pros Road -
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I tnt their Lenten Mite Duxes containing J, C. BYRD. PASTOIt I Key. James T, Pimnnm, pastor, I' ,

their sdMcnlal rnuMbil. Sunday. School H............? 10) A.M MKMUItlAL MEf110DIST) will' deliver"n message on "The. '
lion to the nitalim (if tin- Church: Morning Worship ............ 11 A.M. CIUKCIINilnon Risen Lord. the story of tile Renurrcctiiin !''
Immediately) following I the 1'csll- Evening Service .......... 7:30:: P.M.\ 1'. Mii i>cr. Tailor (,if Christ and Us meaning ,
val Eucharist the Church School I .ftti 9:45: a in ......... .. Sunday School to us today. I
Easter Egg': lImtI'm bu stalled tn I'KINCK! OP I-EACB M UUU: ..ni ........ MOIIIIIIK Worship The cvenlns service at 7.30: p.m. '
the Church rroinul. LUTHERAN CHURCH <:15: p,m. .... AIYK Supper & l'l'u.Irama. will b,' r.n Plaster: Cantata, "Halle.)| "COMMERCIAL ;
-- Donald It. Illmmdmnn. Pastor liijiih"! What A Sivlour," presented
Phone 2fil-r,0i4: ;::HO p.m. ........ Evening Womhipfr by the Music Ministry

Trade At Home) Sunday School ............... 0:411: / a. m. -fttt -- '.....
Worship" Service ?..... 11:00: a. m. ST. I'lilKtfS!: F.I'ISCOI'AL ) 311-
CHURCH (IF CHRIST ,
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I\I The Iti'V. James I U. minor, Rector rUt; Kill Street I
Karl: l Minister ''I
communion
liUO:: A.M. Holy I
10:00: A.M. Clioinl Eucharist Sunday: Itihlu Study .... 10.09: ( a.m. I
ItilS: AM. Chinch Schiml Morning Worship. .... 11:00: .,
Now b.OO: I'.M. Episcopal: : Young Evening; Worship ... 7:00: p.m. ,

Ii i I 1 hiirclininn' dr' intr I I PRINTING"i i
(Thin Is the schedule of every FIRST. PRESBYTERIAN
SunJuy with Iho exception of the CIUKCII ]

FASTER SERVICE AND luMt Sunday of thu month) Rev John Ihizlor Pat.tor I I '

I .! ' II I LAST SUNDAY UK THE Woiship Service ......, 11:00:
MONTH Youth Meetings '..?... 8:00: P.M. i
REASONABLE PRICES I, 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion Church School.......... 7:30: I'J\I. Is A Specialty With Us ?

10.00 A.M. Morning; Prayer tr: W
and Sermon UNITED': PENTECOSTAL: I

\ for 11:15: A.M. Church School CIIIRCH dAChet
5:00: P.M. Episcopal Young South ttfl St. Ph. 2GL3702 !. 3
Churchmen Rev W, W. Roland

lJ !Sunday School ,. 10 a.m. M
[ (>(:m"p,11t c'if7tarrdJ ft CrniUKni
1 Service 11 .
Worship a m.Piacr x
UI p now OF Merting. Tuesday 7:30 p.m, ). your supply of' Letterheads: : Envelopes! Business
ritornncY
J Itev. II. C. Drjry Pastor Bible Study, Thursday 7:3: p.m, '

,,; 0/1()(hl ';9 ,9J'ltllal/oJlJ I 10:00: am. .... ...... Sunday School! ttto trS1' Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing! you

": ill a.m. .............. l\1ol'llln'f! ServKtj MKMVEI.'S: CATIIOLIC .
,
OJ j 7:49: pm ....... 1'\'cn'l1jf': / Serv.re CHUKCII
turf "'7:45: p.m. Wednesday V.L.U. Sur- Rev Leonard Duncan, Pastor may require and if the quantity is low just give!: us a cell. E
vice fur yiMiiiu people Sunday Mass -..__ 2nd, till ....
Sunday ?..???. 7:30: amSundny d
Mass 1st 8rd6th .
5Iiuwrucemen(3 FIVE POINTS BAITISTCHl'UCH ",
Sunr'ay, 11:30 ..m.
Mnnday Young People 7 p.m. If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start ,
4:45: a.m. ..... ?. Sunday School Tuesday, Novena Services 7:30:
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All Styles And Types Of Engraving 11:00: .nt. _.?.. Morning Worship p.m.

I 4:30:: p.m. ............ Training Union Dully .._M......._..".......... \Sam..Saturday our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our :
,'::3C p.m. ...?... Evening Worship -... Content Chapel .
iliu'nilny prayer service, 7:30: '::30 Communion In Convent
fingertips of all printing produced in plant :
our
WE ALSO HANDLE A FINE LINE OF p.m. fr ftft

-dft SI'RIIGIII1.I.I'TIST!
,
ENGRAVED
I fiRST AS.SF.M1ILY: OF COD: ('IIl'11('II ,.
LETTERHEADS BUSINESS CARDS lt.... F. A. Levitt, raitorr Slate Hiway 107 NasasuvilleItev |
, -ftTABEUNArrE )Dun E, Wadr, PasterPastra Our printers take pride in their; work and you are assured :
ENVELOPES: SOCIAL STATIONERYSee BAPTIST Prayer Time .
CIILItCU i (For Men) .. ... .....? 7 arm
Amelia Road Phone 2B1-S487\ I Sunday School .. .. ... .. 0:45: a.m. of a neat, clean and accurate job .
1 Morning ... w
.
Her. Loyd Chambers, Pastor Worship 11 a.m.

Samples At Sunday School .._... ..._ 10 am Training Unloi, ... fii5; p.m. t'
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::: :: : : .
Morning Worship ??....? 11 am. j I Evening Worship .. 7:30: p.m. .. .
Evening Worship __ 7pm. i I Wednesday PHONE .
?? Men's Hour of Power .... 7pm. 4 : :
Wednesday Service M* .R_ 7 p.m. i I
Prnyer Service _.
]1tman ina 1teacbNewsitabcrPHONES 7:30: p.m. 261-3686
PINE CROVEPTI'ST CI1URCII 0 ff -fffr
2C1-368G 2G1-3687 Rev. W. G. Brooks.'::Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH or

SUNDAY SERVlCESr R.... J. T. Dunotm Pastor 261-3687
':4.1 AM ... ,:". 'S\\\\\\\ lay School Worship Strvlcn: 8:30: A.M FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER :
We Represent One of the Largest and Best 11:00: AM. .;' 'Mrtrntnjt: Worship 11:00:
.
Engraving Firms' In The United States 6:10:: P.M., ., Training Union Sunday School ...__ 9:45: A.M'j I :
7.30: PM. .... Elnftig Worship Training Union 6:15:

Wednesday Senflcesi' : I Prayer' Service .,.,._... "' '

*7.30. : P.M. .his Prayer i. Service: 7:30: P.)!. .



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TheGarden For Face-Lifting Reperfs From Washington: 1 I Caplstrano's IIorailewl Retora famed swallows boy Early, e-nu|

& |I fused by leap year mcvrd Into Ibis

Basket On Downes House Drjep. D. R. (KUy; ) Matthew I i old Southern California mlsilM 24

I I hours prior to their trjUltloril
\HITS IN TWK:' .ISTWCT i etcn nations For every dollar we
March 19 arrival date.
tl DY JANE IJLth Mrs. Nancy Sclbert end Rill Gal. put for this .
SCGFIELDgnetd I I up particular Asunclatlon
Slnee my last Newsletter I have Legend has It that migratory
phln, eo-chnlrmen of the
: museum other nations put a dollar
had the up
privilege of participating; birds have been punctually return..
thought wmmlllee ef The Punenn L and forty coats I believe Ihtt
for this week Kiel the cutting In the ground Historical III the program" commemorating! more haul rash Mal'ch ]19!I. St. Joseph's'
I Clinch
Swlciy have
Lid seem to be the ever timely where It Is to grow and keeps the I annenmccd the IIKIlh Anniversary of tilt Battle I and more we should attempt In Day since the mission was fcmiuktl

Jilc\ of proper tlmltig In the gar. noil moist The name of the high. low the form-nlou (if the fol. nt dilutee fneiRht during the Wtrnrt'Pn stress trade and not aid In the For. 1(17( years aRII.PUBLIC.

In. Lack of It Is the entice of so ly colored "Purple Quren" used i InpsubrommltlccsUoiuiNfl\ : the Slates After speakingat den Aid program

f nv gardening failures n Is one so much In South Florida Is Set.rreai committee!! to deride a morning Mitmvrlnl Service at i irr.rsiATio\ (nUl'EAL : NOTICE

the would-be Hardener's bill >ea purpurca. Plant It In sun how the newly acquired Downes t the Lake, City {Cemetery I went AND' BEEF: IMPORTS I NOTIflC: TO /"*roiTHURtn '
[rblems .loo, for the successful' or partial shade.: Cold: weather t I t hake' *haU, bo set i.p: as a mus- I over lo BMier' County In the after I ST TI TEl
Along with about forty other Congressmen rx Tai ci tKT or IHK' CCWVT wacD.R.
owing of plants Is a demanding kills It back but It usually! puts up Research noon Ie join) hundreds who had :. N4SHAI' COL;NT V, IL.4alas
In-I : In the House, I hive In.
skmsster and doesnt well committee. look 111I esonwTm
adjust new shoots In the spring. In I gatherrit. !I. hear our! distinguished
trndueotl Irgliilatlon tn limit the M 1:..... M'nary
eel
i
other activities which seem to I Two of the group of plants to the procurement of Items foe I scninr Senator, Rpessard Holland Import of bt't'rlnd teal It Is I'. aoers D.eesa/.
estim.ilrd
Jve priority claims. i known as Impaliens make display In the museum through I deliver I an Inspiring address nt the To All rr.dtoln and Veee.se IIa\11tC
very : : l at the time that .
present 11 l-tnii ofliiln aeunds Aaalaat ud br
and loan. ,
|This Is the week nf Ihe full morn siitiilacrnry/ bedding gifts I Oluslee Battlefield I .
or pi't plants nearly 11'; of all lice beef and,\ veal
the vernal equine, the liming' for summer color One of these Is Work commit lee. to see to the' Olin of llif most Important eventsIn consumed In the I'nlled Slates li You. mil such nf ynu herebyi
which has determined the date the actual restoration of the house and Florida' history took In mind Mid rtqulrtd I lo nreunt any ?
I garden balsam which also place Imported The President of the claims I and demundi which you, or ,!
Canter and other eprtnglimedlvela makes an excellent summer pot grounds i our District rt'rl'nllvI'hlln Presl.I Florida Cattlemen's Association, ether of you, may hays against tie e. .tItane

through the ages. This | plant. These present day Impat. Finance committee to study I dent I yndnn Johnson pressed a Mr Ralph Cellos of Ahchui, from Lit of c(laid Marry C Roars 1 tht, dan County._
ill, moon Is noted for bringing lens have been so Improved that and devise different methods) of button which In turn, set off anexnloslnii our own Eighth District has been Judge nf N OKntlu.fv.: .: Florida, tit
Ith It cold and ether disagreeable i their In I to sleet work on our long Sin iilfirt' in ha cuuit house n' acid
status the landscape has fund raising I In close touch with me and. was In Ciunly at fcrnaclm.i Beach Florida.
rather a 1 last fling of winter but I been greatly Increased There are It 'was also Announced that on I sought Cross Florida Barge Cinal Washington recently tn talk with wlnln 01.l caltndir momln trout li.t
ilh Its waning come spring and colon Despite the Inclement weather the nine. of the lint publication nl u... '4'
new and flowers are larger, 1\
; DON ROBERTS. CHAIRMAN NASSAU COUNTY Chaplet April 12 members of the Society the Florida Congressional Delega- notict Two copies of turn claim or
ottled weather. In our climate phone of the balsam I being much and their guests will he entertain. I ceremonies held In Putnam Countyat lion about the tremendous problem demand shall bt In writing. and th-ll
owever spring seems to rush !' fuller. There Is a tangerine color on "Project Hope" presents $169.00 receipts from the ed at a silver tea the first of the the famous Dcxleheaver Boys facing our Florida cattlemen I do I ilalt, lilt place of rtaldtnct and .pot .... .v
adly toward hot weather and benefit basketball Rime held March 17th, to Gene Weath- Stanch attended by thousands office address of Iht clulmaiU. and
were
In the sultanas offered by one seed fund raising projects to be held' not believe any of us want a tradepolicy hall I h. sworn In by Iht claimant, hit
simmer, a summer which spells house Both types can be grown erford member of Executive Committee of Northeast It will be given by Mrs. Cecil d I was privileged to Introduce Re. where I' dn not permit Imports. ...nl. or allornty and aioomnnloilbv ; ,

| !sue' doom of many annuals and from seed to bloom In about three Florida Chaster. The fund raking-\ program Is dexipned Brew ton and Mrs Sadie; Cooper., prrsentatlve Bob Slkes Dean of However, when American I tl"ilm a films'or iltniand<<. "I nul.one .dollar. fund and anal'ouch iti '

icrennlals which a (little farther I months However, the seeds are to further Project Hope's teaching of modern medical Any Interested perple who have 1 our {'ynlll't'lIslona1)'ll'lIllIon.\ who cattlemen are fared with tremendous w.1d.
orth bloom throughout the reminder small and take about weeksto was Master of Ceremonies for the / / Vtrnj Mat WllktiVcrna
I two techniques by volunteer American physician' to the med. Items of local historical Interestare costs of production! In M... Wilkes
\ of the growing season germinate, so they should be program. After this historic )Dedication son with cattlemen of An Lxtiulrlic nf the Last Will .., ",
icul of snder developed countries throughoutthe to contact either comporl.1
personnel urged
'e must plan for special summer. sown In containers with some fav. I accompanied the President American nations and and Ttatumtnt nf d',

Ime plants, namely, the few tern.prrale bred method of keeping the seeding world... y Scibert terested or In Bill helping Gnlplun work. Anyone on Mrl'l from Putnam County lo Mlnml for Australia and, New C Mary Ihiinipion C. Rngera JrAilurncv dcctaitdAlhln .
sine: plants that will take medium such I another meeting inc EneiutrH r
moist as a covering restoration of the binlclliiB when we In order In rapture a
(ihe heat when given a Rood scott I of until the little this week I had the :Kill' Alliinllc Avenue .CT
Jut
plastic grounds of the bowers house Is past share or their market are faced orn.inrtin.i lituch FlnrlriaFirnt
plus the tropicals, which for ui plants emerge. Banded plants of Happenings; Around Yulee/ asked to phone 2Cl<)l-42 will grow: In outside beds through! I balsam are usually obtainable Society membership la not are.I Address! at the Stale Convention of barriers nf face trade It Is only "41 H6. s .. a>>. K

the summer and late Into the foil Both plants will grow from cut. I our Florida Stale Association of fair In my opinion I'inl' the American .

We have the choice of putting\ (fogs. BY ANDY MEAD I quirementQuota .. _.___ County Commissioners. My lifetime cattlemen bo rented( nn Ihe PUBLIC NOTICE

them In contnlnrrs planters or In. Why not buy a package of a Monday right the Yulee Lions for children of ill necs.! There will friend and the Secretary. same eqiill.iMp basis Ihnt foreign NDTICR M 'Kt OF: Afl'l INTFNTIONTCI /.1C,ATnil
outsldo beds but hOIl'e'rr0 Intend Treasurer of the Association. Commlssloner their cultlcmen Ofporlioulnr OR HVAI. MM .II'.t'
Rood mixture of coleus seed and Not Filled nations trenl I
Club attended a rune meeting In I be elephant and pony rides plus I
handle them Is the ILOMIIIA .T\n ;IM ....
to now Sid Martin of Alachiia I think tide cat. '
help, tn ,
have own personal varieties 'nl.- .
your Macclcnny. Ten members were lots of other fun. IN ( eiv THR COUNTY JCI)4.a.
lime to begin. I to select from ? Use the same me. I II there. They are: President G A. I I We finished our high school in- Bloodmobile Visits County, Introduced me There weremany tie Industry Is the recent purchase NASSAU MIHIIIA COINTV IV 'PKOIIATB, STATK:, : O"
| Commissioners
the fun of gardening j County pres-
Increase ?
thod of planting as for the balsam I Walker Sec. Jim Mead Jack tcrmurals last week. The sophomores of millions nf dollar, nf beef products le cc we Fstale sat
by planning to adventure with a I end sultana I II Flood "Red" Holland, "Pop" John- I eat from the Eighth District of furl j HATTIK. M, AM>rMS(>N, r>rnn... N.nw
In Wednesday
,I the juniors
played a
plant you have never tried before I Florida and I rnjnjnl) very much through Section 32 funds T* "''l H'Miin II "May InnrrrsiNntiro
I A friend happened to mention SOB Floyd Campbell Jimmy Stov- game. The referees disagreed To Be Discontinued ts htrthy glean abut Ai HeM
Whnt really want seema I i visiting with (them. our School Lunch Troi you may I wanting to have pots and hanging con Ocean Jones, and Rev. Fran In the final derision. The ii iv tab fllrd tarp fin,il rrport enAdmlel.nrnleax
little expensive but you can always i nf the ..1"" tit H dale ''"oil
BY
I' baskets of ochlmcnes. so we called I given to the juniors I.FCISI.ATION CONSIDERED DISTRICT PROJECTSThe .
game was M AmkTKin d.t..dl that she filed
conscience nf
by Smith ehnlrmin
salve I Darwin us
your I've been asked CONGRESSThe end
our local authority on ochimln.ts 19.18.] said ptlltlon for mil dUchnrne
remembering that there Is now of the KAC Blood Bank committee Home has approved a tl,6 thai sitte will anplv In tht Hnnordbl "i
of Amelia remind
Mr. Carl Bruges 0 you
three.fourths of a year before I Thursday the juniors played the rwwrtj that the quota of M pints I most Important legislative Auth"Hratlnn J, K: WtathtrfiM County Jwlgt n| w'In
who has raised hundreds of them he Annual Lions billion Military Construction Nitaimi C" "In.lit,., on the nib
seniors and were heat 811. The Blond.mehnn's matter considered by Congress re. nmty ,.. ...
| damaging cold weather. I for He was away, but Mrs Cljib Bar-BQue that( necessary tit keep the hill which Includes an day nf April: IIKI4.' fnr nner.vol'I.
years. freshmen were beat by the seniorsThe really wan a proposed pay raise AI.nlnlrtrulrls It'eiA
service lo Fernamllnn mint and for fin d lln-hnr. ns
There handsome yet !Item of for Mallcinnl
are many the middle of April I \pril 11 at the HINDOO a .
Borges of 1h,11is
gave nf tht eel I.
classified nf the .
for emulates ,
Inexpensive plants that provide a as about the time he usually plants tale Line Hy I sophomore boys played the beach) was Dot reached when the / Guard Armory nt Stirke, Andiron" .., dritjwd I nn hits JUtu;" d"i \
autism t'rlthy nand loot 11-18] blooelmuhllo was here for that Federal Governme-nt pnslol em.ployees blanch, lim.
clfect. A common II uf
tropical very the little rhUomes outside The the way, Hut rural mall carriers, end I hove been notified that the Of- ,./ Annl. May Conk
one Is the red-leaved castor bean. \name achlmlncs (pronounced a- Bar-B-Que t s I The sophomore girls beat everyone purpose Wednesday. for the Legislative, Executive and flee of Education hns allocated I A"mlnIA'rol'" nhid. .....,. of

In addition to Its rich foliage It KIM-ee-nea) Is a Greek word really Rood they played. They heat the Only 19 donors came out two Judicial employee" I voted against 1221.000: under Title It[ of the National juts M. Anderson a-au: "bas'I.U.L..II.. ,', .
fruit which Is exceed. 1C-I. bent the freshmen disqualified leaving a total of 17 41 .1 a
also bears which means to suffer 'from cold We've Iolar/ed) Juniors ] They the bill which failed tn One Defense F.duriklion Act In the
piss
lusty' decorative and can be used these little flowers are ones : who had 1 beaten the seniors pint given for Ihe Blood Blink University nf Florida which brings
so : our high( school baseball practices of the reasons the hill failed In ;
lo advantage In flower arranging. that really like warm weather. Our first game Is Tuesday with I That score was 143. The ,sophomore Smith expressed regret' that mure was the fact that Included In tar local allnralinn for fixed I Year JOHN E. ( Jack) s, ;

It l Is not too early to plant the seed They.... relatives of the African i Callahan. It looks like we will girls are undefeated since the donors did not participate pass It was a proposed $10000 a year I'M! tn H7S.000 to the University

now and thus have a large plant violets, gloxinias, and cpisclas. i, have a fine team this year. I: seventh grade! "The KAC Blood Bank has been Increase! In salaries for Congressmen of Florida MATTHEWS I.I

to enjoy In mid-aummer. We I Mrs. Borges says she likes to use The Volunteer Fire DepartmentIs I The C. J. Globlc family has just a great help to many families In although only H million In I

know this because there are. num. them for window boxes and states I having" a Kiddle Fair April 17, [ moved Into Yulee. Welcome! 1 need nf blood In an emergency I the SW7 million hill was recommended VISITOR Bent Qualified For Governor "

croon stray seedling already up that from her experience they are -. and that Die reserve at the hank for all of Ihe legislative Reeent visitors lo. my attire hnve AiiAnulMd hv Cangr'lets| TrtaaurtiPuld 'ass','

In our yard from last I Yl'ar'lplantl. unusually free from pests. In his Is presently quite low" Smith Increases.' The Administration huh\ IncludedMr.: Perry C, McOriff. Pnl, A,lvCooper's ,

Castor beans die with the new book. Professor Watkins men. John T. Weisner Odell Dees SeeksContinued said requested VM' million for the Jr., of Gainesville winner nf the .. -
onset of cold weather but their tints nematodes, soil borne rots The committee appreciates the omnibus pay rals' bill. !State of Florida's Government Af.

growth Is so rapid I tram seed that mites, and mealy-bugs as natural help of nil those who made an effort lain Award spenHorrd bv the as' eas seem em s,
several
one can havo a .I".able i Ute by enemies, and he HIIRKCHU planting (Continued from Page One) ( from Page! One) to help us meet the quntil"! months In a previous ago, I Newsletter Informed my constituents Florida Jnyeees who was In WntbInglnn .1'

midsummer.We them In a gritty, fibrous compost" officials, from all of whom he has "I 1 hove been a resident of Nassau Smith said He extended thnnks that I would vote against for the Javeee National ...w

notice leaves shooting up I which has been sterili/ed They had excellent co-operation. County for over 18 vears I am to: the Newi-l ader, Times-Un. a pay raise for Members of Con Seminar: Representative C. A. Roberts a1AY .rv" Jas *ee .Y'NI',1

from our large typo elephant ear will bloom throughout the summerIn Welsnor said that should he be a successful businessman In Per.nandlnn Ion WPAP radio It allIIn, WJXT press In that !letter I pointed out and Mr. Mnrvln Prlt'h..UIt\
tubers another plant which gives containers planters and even Beach also an employeeof and WFGA television stations for Is rnt't'd'Ih/ Lake Butler; Mr. John A., DeVaultand TERMITES
that Congressman
re-eledled he would continue to a
neI"
an Inexpensive tropical feeling In shady outdoor beds. Their foliage Kayonler Incorporated. the publicity efforts such of.flclal I>r. R J Fllzpatrlrk of Gainesville .

landscapes Tubers could be planted Is decorative and the flowers variations exert every students effort to public give Nassau school .I am Interested In the good ad. To Mrs. Robert Cnurscm, Mrs many trips extra home expenses for which IS he Is ; Mr Amdvy! Hall, Jr? of WORK ALL YEAR

''now. They like a rich humusy of the trumpet shape In County K. .Haddock. and Mrs. Johnny Hasilnw" : Representative Wm. L. ... I'"
trading facilities equal to any In ministration of County government not reimbursed; extra living expenses
Kill 'which retains water well many jewel-toned Ih edt'l. Thlrslf for their time In receivingand 'Billy' ) Wadsworlh of Bunnell\ : and "" ,1'4
the slate from both an Instructive for all the people, with nothing to ) nrrl'sllilalelby\ having In I
Wandering-Jew and its relatives serving the donors and to I Mr. I). R Tully I Mr. Bert
from homes In Medo'j
nothing
will hide one
hide and maintain two -
"When start middle Is a and physical slalldpoint.I I Fair for their Mr. ........,
ran be useful as either trailers or to age Marl will work Sc'UciVfi Food eonInbiillon and In lIe District Mr. Bnl Curlan.
I one :
the lpll' ran Washington
fur to mnke." I slated) (hut all the schools of pI ;: I 41. Of' "
ground covers. Get an early start i hard decision women for efli- i of refreshments. the of I chureh and Mr. Fred
with olher Commissioners and of course, expenses
anti then lake cuttings to Increasethe I L. Charley Grant Burlington (tCidl> Nassau County were fully slate SnilUi said "The hlondmohllc which could run Into I II (I Jr., All of SI. Aiinewllno./ I n'lurd'j fM IM anti. of y.w koala ,
dent county government campaigns
supply. As you know one only Record. I accredited and that the three largest will nail nuke another, Trip lo FIT.narulina I a iileasnnl vlnlt recently \ ," 'tlMt
.. I i "Your vole active support In the llimiKomlt' of d liars' every two I oO .. ..
and ,
I
In 11" County were .
- --- - ---'- ------ Rohouli unless we' ran 'guaranteelha'm,80 tide [old friend,! from Fernanclina Bench "
accredited( hv 1 the Southern Also my bplialf will be blotchy appro.elated pints. However, from the years Consider, for example Ihe Hi-vnend Itiiyinoiiil Wicker "I '

'elation of Colk-gee and Secondary 1. turnout of the public on this trip costs of gubernatorial) camptluns hum, who Is now Pastor eif the :to :a'
he that It
I think It can predicted '
Laundry
ODF.I.L lNE3:
schools I don't believe we could ever gel OOOHO Creek PrcKbylerlnn Church,
dollars to electtile :
will lake a million :: : i
Asked what his platform was their ,'dervires again" GoVetnnr of Florida this year In Canoe Creak, South Curollna.
he replied: "Nassau: County's buys I
A education Carter SeekingContinued Unless a nun Is very wealthy, the Coin-Operated ;
and gills d"RrrveIn GRATITUDE FOR IttNOMIN.I
equal to that received by any Lions Club Begins only way he can meet enormous I and '
Announces. Is through Individual THIN Laundry Dry
other student In this Slate or Nation I ( from Pane One) I rampnixn contributions expenses I do nut b... I with lo express my humble !
I am working and will eon. 14.cnllnued One) gratltucln tn the ellliens 6f the BIB Cleaning -;.
from Page could
I born, In Stewart County, have a Conrrcssmnn
tiniic to work fur their Interest" "I was eveddRr 'UiHlrlet! of Fields, for my re-ncim-

[ Jchn T. Wi-lwr I Georgia: For the past; sixteen station;:; years. ''loort'Ti. as a representative Rem I for receive the ciisls n salary of nuflirlent Intensive tn eam-pay Inltilln.lthuill opiMiilllnn' for nSrvrnlh I Mr*. Doris Howard, :
I hose tea's a service chair.later
the l>\ ins Club. !! Term In Congress. I pea Manager
e I II In Nassau County, pal nln'< every two years If hl'l i s
I that the genteel mice In dll all within my power 'lo
llo rrpoilcd
"
Ii he must Mill
hns o campaign 11th & licech Streets ;
Dean Blankenship "I am married to the farmer give C'linliiiiicil cludluitc'd goalfaithful
chain ad thought at Ihe meetingwas In you
i penal on eIll/ens who believe I : ::: I
I Catherine Shiner and we have two I' that both nrojeets were dr him and who are willing to Invest service Again 7liank You! e

iApphes i (Continued from Pnge One) sons, Ray and r.d I able 'and! feasible, lr.1 money In his ejection\ I think mirel! e

"If elected to this high( office, I President Hen Clarke reported afflclultripq to the District (now s
I "I have UiiKlit: school In Nassau earnestly nnd slnnrelv plcdite that '!'on Ihe District Governor's matting thereare three a year) wou'd' be,

County ("'r:11'\: past II years Athletic and I will work for anything that Is |' In InliicHVllle on Wednesday of I hHI Justified fur ('I," I'l'aSRlf'n. I think, !i
and
/ have Director.served My an present Comb status I Is that good fur Nassau County. I'| weekA Clarke, Carsiw McKemlr, also, we would be justified In giving NOTICEt

/ Athletic DI. "Your vote and active support Kanlry Thorn,. Dick Bennett Tom ourselves mare allowances lair

vsA\i t', 1\1V\ l air i 1//// ///v of rector Aiulstant and Coach Principal at the Callahan will be appreciated I Tllman and Mike Flala attended living expenses here !In Washing-! '
> Thank
School. you the meeting boa TO HOMESTEADERSIt i iI
"My Interest! In the schools of R. II (IBobl) Carter"Jesse I Clarke also reported that on Another factor In Ihe defeat of

Nassau County has been demonstrated Monday nlffht 1 of this week Iw the pay raise bill In the House was

QUALITY I AT 1 A 1 4eI by my active efforts to secure Kendrce. Fiats and Doug the timing of the presentation of I! _

1'G better educational' opportunl- Register attended a zone meeting at Mr.1 the legislation As you know just I is a State Law that each Homesteader I

POPULAR I 1 ties for the education nf our youth. clenny. a few weeks ago the ConnresscornpleiKl

"If elected. I \1'11Il'ork hard to iCimtlntird from Pane One) Mi Kendrce(I reported In the club ; action em an HIS. billion sign a Renewal Application for i
keep the politic Informed and to that the Him will' again handlei':; !' ( lax rrch..llun bill, and 1 h thin)'

dsdiarfle: Hip rcspoiuiWIities nf the this office, hiving been In law en. the arrangements of this year's most of us In the House felt that the Homestead Exemption. each and
MAIL PUNT SUNSET SEMMLOSS ENAMEL forcemeat most t of adult life
SUNSET UTU my
'office of Superintendent In Ihe bent dinner for hnsebtill players man. It\ was not appropriate, at this tune ;
Hr mitchinf Interest of the citizens of Nassau serving the "people' of Columbia and HI'nuts here for spring when we are trying l nit hold down'
ealily...... j tnm wort, kitclt County County from 1033) to I'tf'l) with the after training.( He slid! that funds>> for the governmental espraiilnres, to vole every year. The Application Forms were i

Dnetgackly .. mi and bullAim. I "No Sfhool. presently accredited Police! IVpnrlme and from IBM dinner will be provided by the- | for ourselves a ton thousand dollar .
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Good every
hiding
; Pinning Rs I !Ti4!) with the Kcrninilma BeachPolite rai, ,. mailed the first of January to :
E.sy cItBnup..60 i, .will suffer Ions of accreditation Merchants' Association a yeur I
Men-glass skew, "Your and active supportwill nl'lllIl tmrn!. passed by the d .
ee..bful. colol'lSDIISET vote Other legislation
9Ihl urmdcn*Mk o* "I. have boon employed by Con- Included who claimed Homestead Exemption ,
ct I Ii be greatly appreciated (House In recent days a ) person
I tmly. tamer Corporation of Aml'rlcaIt Band fates ,
)Dean B Blankenship"W. FBHS lIT billion military procurementomhorUallon .
the Fcnuwlina Benin division for bill; a f')3!) million last year. These forms must be !
the pot 10 years and have lived In ''
Continued from Page One) C ast Guard procurement author. t
i A. Haddock Kirnundma Death for 14 years. Izatloo bill, a bill to authorise the I I signed and returned on or before April I ;
"Your vote and support will be Slate Band Contest Festival which Administrator of Veterans Affairs
MUSE PUNT SlUT MM WIn e
(Continued from Page One) greatly appreciated Is to be held In Tallahassee, Florida to lell.It prices which he drtt'r.I I 1st. :

(anysp ubes.. Coed I Ii Jesse illnppy) Register" May 6-8 mines lo be reasonable direct'
Fum..prool for i "I am a native of Nassau County Persons Interested In contributing loans made to veterans: a bill lib. '' r

1IcI1011. Good st.... a property owner and taxpayer toward Irjnsportallon expenses crall/lng! the lending powers of We urge you to cooperate with ui on this as i

durabyg.Paat glass engaged In the timber business' for Lester Davis IsContinued are advised lo mail same to Federal Savings and !Loan Institution I we have l>con given notice by the State Auditing

fI econ: my. QsM blul .tlCtillll my adult life. I am the father of Gene Lasserre, secretary-treasur( permitting them to Invest In Department In Tall.tbaHneu that the application Z

color .....UOl four children. I ( from Page One) er of the! Kernandlna Bench HandParemts' Slate and l-ocul) bonds, raining the muxt fa nitfru'd therefore we have no alternative
e
"I am a member of the Eptocsus: Association. I'I limits within which they ran make if wt do not have the application in the office by r
Baptist Church also the Mn'l4lnlr' Irlct No.4. subject to Ihe Demo- Jonathan Hill band director home Improvement \loans, permittinu :
I April last, but to strike those from the Homestead :
lodge at Milliard crake primary on May 5. them to make loans on mobile ,
wishes tn (thank all of those fII'O.pie ,
roll This N benefit. It will .
"1 will seek at all times to de. I and them lo ic. I : your not cost you
"I am a life-Inng resident of Mas. who have supported the bund hemes permitting
nerds of the school the United anything to ftlfftt thin application, but it will cost :
XCWNG NEW [ WRIUR WT I lermln the sau County; married to the former In the pad cept public funds of
[ program and will always attempt I Dolores Terrell of Yulee; have two 'Stales you In taxei if you do not We appreciate your

to Interpret the wishes of the peo- I children and now reside at Rt. 1, SfPPLY I IS LOW I The House has approved appropriations I cooperation, gs:

We Have PUUkurg Pates pie. Box no, Milliard Washington While Congress for the Department the

Priced As Low As 13.$ Per Calhm "My desire Is to help further de. "I am a World War II veteran: balks at approving funds to make laterlor and Reiatg4 Agencies, In There are many wK have net signed If yen i

velop a progressive, forward look member of the Baptist Church and silver dollars the government re. the amount of 1961 million, whichIs
Stop Ily and Pickup Your PitMburf Color 14 Dtctrtlor Book H Scoot lag educational program. Such a a pulpwood producer. are one of these, again we urge you to help u :
serve Is being depicted at Ihe rate 124 $ million less.lhan" budgetestimates
program will be reached by the "If elected I will try to make of one million a day, 1 treasury The House rejected> an and yourself by taking care of thin now. :

continuing cooperative endeavors of fair and Just decisions on each official laid.x..aU lacrease for the 'InlerRatlcmal De. : r.. I .

tie school board members and. If I problem and will cooperate with wtopmem Association, which \Is 811'' ,
Five Points Grocery & Hardware elected, I will dedicate myseU and utter nwntbvn el u.. Bused for HW WACC CNAINCaXfay area of the Foreign Aid 1''IP'.m.1 L M. MfKFHPPff e r

efforts to this end. your best Interest. techniques) specifically ad. I voted for this Increase In author. !' .

Fin Points Phone 261-5205 "1 will appreciate your vote and I I "Your vote and active support apt II to nonmctalllc materials are !Izatlon because In my opinion this Tax Assessor, Nassau County,1:

support In my behalf. will, be greatly appreciated being used lo check, space engines Is one of Ihe areas where we de. .
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l1'ar. Eight News-Leader Fernandina Beach' Florida Thursday, March 26, 1964!)
Merchants To Sponsor Annual Dinner For Ball Players ,

,II.. ... "Buddy" Jacobs 1964 Ford Takes Eddie McKendree ,

> Meeting Tuesday In regular Tapped For Blue First Place In pe / / Ptj trOLfVA" /

Hotel monthly the session Merchants at the Association Keystone I Key At U of F Bristol 500 Races (Continued from Page One)

voted to attain sponsor a dinner for Arthur (Buddy) Jacobs griduale Fred Lorcnren rolled cross tho fair and cvjuul 'R e Hmrnts. In the,
the bum-ball chubs of the Minnesota of Fcrnandlna Beach High finish line In his I'M) Ford. II IPOonds future as In the pant, .1 will be a .
Twins here (for spring tr lining, School presently enrolled! at the attend of Fireball Huberts also! friend to everyone and will continue .
President Lewis Klmcr named a University of }Florida has been In a 1964 Ford, to win the Bristol to srrve each and everycneon
committee of Burns Bailey Rudy tapped for membership In the Florida 500 for stock tars a fair and Impartial basis."I '\ .' :'
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York, Roy Key and Ray Caldwell Blue Key Leadership FMter. Loronzen grabbed the lead In I the have served as Tax Assesser lit "
4a to coordinate the Association's nil)'. '171h lap of the race but had to fight!! for 10 years and as a deputy tax
t sponsorship of the annual affair. I off a determined bid from Fireball assessor for 4'i ycari. I honestly : $4.75 sq., yd. V
He noted that the Lions Club, as'I Roberts. In the latter stages of the believe 1 am the most qualifiedman
\ before will handle all the actual race. to serve as your Tax Assessor. INSTALLED
I details of the dinner with the Mer. Only 18 of the original 36 cars "I pledge to all of Nassau County 1
chants Association furnishing the starting tho race were able to fin. 1 will continue with the Equalization MARCH
\
.. )9 finances. :.sh. program now in progiess. I
Kinser reported to the directors The victory enabled Lorenren to will not be seared off by a certain th
i on attending/ the special meotln; receive $$4,430:; for the win with Bo.KTIS Few. I was elected to do a Job and ,
: ,J last week of the City Commlsshi. receiving 2,273 for the sec. I Intend to do this Job to the best
to discuss sewer extension and the ond place finishSaddle of my ability 1 will not lose sight
NEW OFFICERS of the Fernandina Beac.i Merchants Association shown
are as possible purchasing of the city :e 1 1Is of common sense judgment and I Porter & Lovequist
outgoing President Burns Bailey receives1' a plaque for outstanding contribution
; to water system from Florida Public assure you I will not be partial la'. '
Club Sets
the: Association. Left to right front row I.. J;. Wolters treasurer; Key Key new Utilities Co my duty."I Color Center

:';director: ; Bailey Lewis Kinser president, and Rudy York vice president. )In back After hearing Kinser tell of the rc+'li..a April 25 do honestly and sincerely ap- General Contractors
s ground are holdover directors t E. E. Lass erre left, and Harry I'oole.IT'S many facts and figures presented predate your confidence vole and :
_. at the meeting to which many support. '' Points Phone 261-3068
local civic and Industrial leaders f.- '" Thank You I
6t were Invited the merchants group Eddie McKendree."
deferred any endorsement of the .. .u_. --
move until tho members have a
little more time to study the proposals .
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In his treasurer's report. L. E Is
Wolters brought out the Interesting Ae ,
a a note that the Merchants AS lJcjalrl! ,
I has spent since 1957. $304273 for I

Christmas decorations.It .
was noted by many during the
Christmas season that the lighting Having satisfied the qualifies tfte.
has now become superior to that 01 lions of five semesters of collcgi'
many cities for larger than Fer. work completed participation li

nanillna Beach. at least three fields of extraiurrl ..
Next meeting of the Association cular activity at the University r
1L Is April 28.Xiwanians. having distinguished himself In one
of these !fields and rnalntalnance
Pad a, xNlw/ (:
I aeons Cbmpmnn fund
of above an academic average of
Hear Barrel racing, one ol the excil-
20, Jacobs presently a member of -
Ing events to be at the
run I.
the junior class li honored among
Nassau. Rebels Saddle Club
I (Continued from Page One the senior and graduates usually
First Annual Frolic and races
Jerusalem a week before his glorious chosen.
I to be held Saturday April I3th
Resurrection which Is commemorated During his years at the University at the fairground north of Callahan. .
on Easter Sunday. Jacobs has served two years Other events Include a
He said the passage!! of Christ of the
as president University re.
parade nt 11 A.M., racing at SP.M.
I TOMMY! HALL JR., has
bee mut-
seated on I donkey before the llgloua association coordinator of
and I steak at 5:30.:
named M editorial editor of tides, during which the palms were the University Peace Corps Orien- supper
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the Tlmlqnaaa Trallblaier offlclat strewn along the way, Is comparable tatlon member of the Religion In Sponsored Recreation by Nassau. County
Aeseclatios.A
publlcaUM of the North to the reception we give our Life executive committee, In addition .-
Florida Junior College at Madl.ten. present day celebrities and hares to holding many other dormitory .
.( Tommy, the son of Mr. In the form of a ticker tape parade and campus positions of lead.
and Mrs Thomas G. Hall of down Broadway ershlp:
this city to a freshman at "Tho palms are symbolic of victory As a member of the Sigma Alpha Loan
NFJC. just as the olive branch Is the Epsilon social fraternity, he has 1
symbol of peace according to Roman served as vice president, director
{ Just Ramblin' custom I of Initiation, coordinator of Florida Works Better
"Maunday Thursday, or Holy Sheriff's Boys Ranch service pro.
(Continued from Page One) Thursday, Is commemorative of 'Ject, pledge master rush chair. When The
L that quite probably this program the Last Supper al which Christ man and chaplain.
would go hand In glove with the dedicated himself to the death that I Buddy Jacobs Is the son of Mr.
acquisition of the water system, I he would undergo on the following and 111,.. George Owens of this Terms Are
I I day Good Friday. city .
I Superior The washing of feet which took
ratings( are old stuff to
the Fcrnandlna Beach High School plncn on this occasion, was theLord's 'Inns Set For Simple 6
I Band and Director Jonathan HID command for them to love
\1 but they still bring a thrill to know one another. The spirit of Holy Continued( from Pace!! One I 604 Atlantic Avenue
that our kids are as good or better Thursday is a spirit of unity In commemorating our Lc'd's Resurrection t\ / ,. .
bidden to -'
than any in the state. They're also which the Apostles were ., 6-00 a m. this Sunday. j I -
eligible compete In the state close the ranks and carry on the U was announced that In case of I
Is/ work of God nfter He ,was lone the service would be held at
Insl u contest on May e-8 In Tallahassee rain ,
Wanta from thrlr midst. the First Baptist Church. @
I help with the expenses of
"The day Is also known for IIIobsl'rvlDce .
.$ -- --- '- -I Merchants
the trip !Send! your contribution to
of Reconciliation of
the
I'' Band Gene Parents Lasserre Association, see-tress You'll of the be the Penitents the time in which JOHN E. (Jack)) The most satisfactory

Rl glad you helped when they bring persons who had done their pen. I loan is the one that I j GREEN STAMPS
a nee were again reunited with the MATTHEWS FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS
back
state recognition for this city church. solves your immediate

r V "Hal' )' Thursday was the first oc.caslon Best Qualified For Governor money problem, without GREEN STAMPS
I Interested In work with Girl when Christ Instructed the I putting a strain on your I ;
I Scoots ThreeS be a leaders' Apostles to perform the servicesHe AuthorlMd by Campaign Treasurer WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OPljl
Paid Pol Ado I E
/ I course given FREE at the Girl had performed during His stay I pocketbook F '
Scout hut for six Fridays, beginning earth. -- .. I I I SHAMPOO Large Tube or Jar
on 1:
F
I .April 3. If you can attend let "Good Friday although a day of Under our plan the pay. I
Mrs. J. E. Weatherford know so sorrow la also a day of rejoicing f Trade At HomeFREE ment schedule is set up VHEAD&SHOULDERS

II that plans can be made. for it was en this day, by His Ig. I to give you every pos I ,
IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU WCEIVt WITH YOU PUHCHASt 41
that
nomenlous death on the cross sible advantage. .rrrl.w VOIDAITEA. 4.1-14 aala .
Two governmental agencies have He opened heaven to msnkiap1Father
asked that candidates I be reminded I I Duncan concluded *
:ot laws governing the placing ol I Dan Walker a new faculty member
r political cards and signs. The of Fernandlna Beach Hlgii LOANS UP TO $600
I BLEACHTo Merchants
alaie: Road Department says tnat School was the guest Of Klwanlan SOAP & E
no signs may be placed on highway Fred Cook. Bob Pettcrson, a visit. Our Customers G.ACEINANCE-
Ing Klwanlan from Knoxville, Tenn.
I right-ut-way and that same mustI '
8 A.M. TO 5 ) .1\1. GREEN STAMPS
attendance
I U feet oil the right-of-way. The made up his
I Post Oillce Department asks that I Club singing was led by Herb ASKINSLAUNDROMAT E FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS EI

no cards or other literature be at- I White with Louis Ferreira at the CORPORATION GREEN STAMPS
axed to rural mall boxes unless piano. 308 Atlantic Avenue I ;
I postage stamps! are afiixed thereto, President Bill Webb presided. South 8th Street hrnandins Bitch Florid E WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF '

I&ach agency auks taut candidates I OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY I Tsltplisni 261.3611LU a FOGp $1.00 WORTH OF ANY VARIETY E
,
govern themselves accordingly riVl eiitcfiflofitUMi; tEa
Trade At Home I '
I I I Fm's EASTER CANDY ;
I While having I meal recently at -- _
4 a local eating establishment a 1- IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU RECEIVE WITH YOU PUHCHASf *> E
number of quotes were being ex. 4 evoiBAWS 4-1-64 mmmmmmmfFREE
ciunged. One I especially like was '

\ TIME TO BUY cool summertime contributed bIn.! Dink" Marcum w. m.w .. .w.I .
God
and it goes thus 1 hank
comfort for your home! Only now eon w. every muinlug when you get up /'e.9''fEIt1.4It 1

bulk- that you have something to do that / Merchants
tremendous ,
I pots our preseason day which must 1 be done whether ]

buying wring on to you. Nowbeforethe you like It or not Being forced to
work and forced to do your best
GREEN
hot weather onslaught, you get huge I will bleed In you temperance ana : EXTRAMERCHANTS STAMPS

bargains in all brand new 1964 General of sclf-cc-ntrol.will, cheerfulness diligence and and strength content :: Ev BUYS! 1y) E GREEN EI

Electric air conditioning units. There's a and a hundred virtues which the I STAMPS ;
Gr
Idle never know." Charles King-1 1 Hardwick and Roper Ranges >* V WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of
model to suit your 'every space require sic)' ((1819-1875)). r 0 *> 2 DOZEN FLA. GRADE 'A* 1E

ment. Buy now and sore! : f FRESH EGGS -

Baptist Choir To PRICED TO SELL! 3JL B ,

( LARGE SIZE OR MEDIUM SIZE *
Continued( ; from Page One) :( IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU DECEIVE WITH YOU* fUHCHAStPMH B
Invited
Accounts
EASY TERMS \f
The pianist will be Mrs Ike Shiv / O .vOiDArTEA 4.1.64 .. .a..e m

ASE LOW! er. ,
Soloists Include Claude Haddock,
95 Miss Janice Sentell. David Stone mI lmm

I nu.MFIVE 149 T.Dennis Dunnam.Mellstrup and hits James 36" Hardwick Range IXTMA PR![ axTRAeam'ertlalM 11

Rev. James Dunnam will be nar. MERCHANTS GIIII STAMPS "HKHAIITSGREENSTAMPS

l rator.Choir personnel Is Dennis Mollstrup Automatic Queen Size Oven Automatic Lighting I"\: ;';: ;; .rnrs'a' *."""*leo.**._*WKH"u.

Mrs Peggy Collins Mrs 1 Tf ., Whi/pad Margarine y t Up/I 1 SQ LlIAG -: SWIFT S
tTQ.tm Jean Boles, Mis Ruth Cox Mrs. Roll Out Broiler Full Length Storage Compartment I' 211 Lit C......i (t6 J"c. 4JPMtl I Pellete. Vgor.,
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POINTS Hazel Eason, Mr. and Sirs Edgar -- .---t.n.4-I44 ......c..m....-wnl...-.... 4-1-6"/ F-MNMg4,.....' ..
Haddock, Mrs Mary Ruth Mc

GROCERY Miss Clelland Lucile, Mill Sawyer Shirley Miss McKendree Brenda, COME IN TODAY .
&
l TIME PAYMENT Beard, Mrs James Dunnam, Mrs a.- 3ItiJ
PLANS.xAtAIAAIMIItrratr' Regina Fachko, Mrs. Jo Ella _
AND Jones Mrs. flucil* Jones, Mrs For BXTftA PRlccxrRAMERCHANTS "-.-.--'
Thelma Lewis Mrs. Carolyn Fennrlle GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
f HARDWARE "tnlT""Its Silos Janice Sentell. Paul _wwwlacllwa Xu X ..*....,___....
: Ewing Ike SbUie, David Sloiiv, 125 lIN @1 LADY '*'* 15ot SLICED MlV'fl J VOLUME< '7 ILLUS.
Claude Huiklotk. JaW.C. llad.lcxk. THIS 'EASTER SPECIAL! \ Cinnamos Twirl Bread \t |14 S I Bible Story Library
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Hllbuin. I YULEEFLA. ... ..... ( ... .. ,
I AT FIVE POINTS >IHT, MMS Janice: .. -. _. .Y-.. -.. ".wnN... an.wpw.ur. .nMM -- "./- IV.wY
[i'nt Crisp, and Donald Heather I i .. .... -- :-- ..4-1-44'.....'" ... ..-.4-1-6.........


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News-Leader, Fernamlma _Beach, Florida: Thursday,_ March[ 2G, 1964 Page Nine
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Training Camps "Come Alive" As Players Arrive : r Pirate :;


f; BY CL:ItT CORDON Ted Sadimskl, year-old right. camp at this early date as Bill --- -- -- News of theBOAT Baseball Schedule;

Th$;: Minnesota Twin' Spring bander had a 15.13 rI'CordI hlle Hansrhe up from WMIievllIc 1- _

Uteball Training Camp for the Don Williams a right.hander who where he hit 208, Bill Heu, up CLUB TniMlay Starch 31 Camden *
.pit' teami In the organization spent part of the season with the from Bismarck.Mandan. where he Here
ame alive this week when Twins had a record of 15 with hit .521 and Dennis Jacobs. also Slants PailMaiclenny
i rrldav April 3 Orange
daers for Atlanta of the triple McKeon at Dallas.Fort Worth. from Wythevllle he hit 20j, Sports $ UY -- Here .

.t41zstional League, Charlotte of I Curt Saucr a right.handtr with 1 are the only assigned l'allllld.1I1'1 CARSON McItENI)1IEE l Tuesday, April 7 --
ti lass AA South Atlantic Lea. a record of 103 with Orlando last at the present time. Others will ,5* Hire I
nd a few player for the year under the eyes of Harry I be reporting as the spring sessions BY CURT CORDON I rridnv April 10 Orange PaiJMiccknny
I
'W1lacz' team of the Clam A Caro.La. Warner will try for a pitching get underway. There
i
league, reported for the InWkoutj spot with Atlanta Mario Cpsma, I Inflcldcrs expected any day will Spring baseball activity got un. brought In a fifu'.dKht pi und I II The Fernandlna Beach Boat tow aids ci mpli'turn of our pi in*. TIM'(day. April 14 *
hal of the training '1.,. Carl Flnafrmk, Jerry MagnessChaille I be Ray Belllno Ray Jnblmslk dirway here lust Sunday afternoon drum last Saturdiw fir his lint I Club I Is rclibrutinj the, opening nl( : we arc miking: !lood< pioumsI Time :
(POIIa'. Training activity will be \ Pipp, George Talsma and Jim Snvcler Jablonskl hit 26 I when a few if the players I catch of the drum siaxoi I love llu lOIi4! \ bialing season and Its I I St"'I'ral l out, .of,to*n bout I'luhl I'rid.iv, April 17 Clay high 4.
inderway until April 26 when Bit.Aurck Dennis Tucker are other right I home runs and balled .267 ler from Atlanta! (hailntte and Wli to rtpoit the fishing/ nests en Juke .re'l11od'II.l'IubhollBr"\ wllh a cov.cud ha\e jlriudv mil Hid us Hi'it liny Hi'reSut a
.Mandan will break camp I banders up for tryouls with the tailan.Fort Worth last year, sea arrived to let! things going because e usiuillv get III on the i iccoklng dish sipper for all the mem. will UNI! nor fair oily for mi over irdnv. April 18 Clay llitji
:J lit ;the final team (to depart from Atlanta team while Gerry Fitnow Atlanta will play all ot Us exjhiblllon Jack McKein, All/nils manager, i and 1'lIlhll1lhll'h I IN a lot bus their families! :', and mngmsts night Si itt und IIIM; luimslul There
ttie Mine, Randy Wood and Richard Morrow I games In the Daytona was one of the flint to dress out more Inn to us thin catching/ om \ thev want Id bring along use if. tin beat club faillllUs middy. April 21 Camdcn -
I Manager Jack McKcon of the are left.handers working)" out for Beach area where other triple.A all nil with Al Fvans, manager of'' Jim Muhael did the cm,king Sat. This Iridiv. March 27th, Is the |(ertanlv we will lie most happy Tin.re
Atlanta Crackers has the most McKeon ; learns are located Tonnt, pjl- Charlotte, and Ralph Rowe, manager I I urday night J.iki remuidid Tom night and the lime Is 7 p m. If you I t to 1'011plyI IIh these riqmsU! Tuesday, April 28 Group A
players In Camp at the present Don Cross, fine.looking young las. Columbus, Seattle und Ho of Wilson OIlier: familiar Mli'hiuI. his fishing! 1>>1II'1I1I'r noel hive m\ir altindid one of these The Bunt Club: will In Id two !tdg! Tournament Palalk Here
time:'and the natural shifting oil I catcher trim Jacksonville. ."10.. I Is 'Chester are teams Atlanta III be faces around the camp were Phil of the time, to tnjnv It tHcaime affairs 51111 have lost out on hall races thin year, p nsnud Jilnllv ---o
talent will begin 'from team to one of the two catchers In the Atlanta .playing in Daytona Beach dining llowser. Pete Appleton Buck I that would be the lust fmh he alt : the fun if IK Ing All the ladles by the club>> ami (tue =\nnmu dun' .
team. here as soon aa the Twin. Camp. Cross played with I the month of April Chamberlain Olio niuegx. Ed until Juke caught anoihir becauiie eiHk their favorite dishes, all the I ty Rierenliin UninisKlim. Several -;
tut,their squad at Orlando and I Wylhevllle last year and billed Other teams In spring training Fitzgerald Joe ChrUllun, George Tom sill I loo gout! ut itching food In placid on the table toucthcr I cruises will be Niludulid for
end other players to McKeon. the ball at a .320 clip. Cress batted Lacy and Franihl Others have I I and you cat to your hcaits all bimtii>> t II>>> rnjiy Tin'HI will Itorgunlid .
Chirlotle with Al Evans them Just few barbs to
'here are a 1/1'1/ | Ihc'I
e )foJeon ha. five pitchers who In 31 runs and hit 2 home runs reported slnie billIe will have I delight Tin res' nothing, like snmp. family truliuft Tin dm
saw 'laitlon with hi. Dallas.Fort Cross Is only 19 yearn of age as Manager, WilsonI Ith .Ralph. to mention them HIM( week flslilng &asm olf lu a gOlld bt' ling someone ilii i cm,king, Dot. for the \nnuiil Slag Ciuine t I"
Bismarck Man
helm
Worth team last season, In Camp stands six feet and weighs 190 I Rowe at the '* f.) I ginning I ty Lo\e<|iilst III"aye comes up DnMonu 1I"llI'h Is Irnlalinly Mlfir I F0M&TIO5"Csetdysessll
Car arly workouts. Joe Bonlkow'l pounds. Ken Gilbert Is the other dun of the Northern! of Vera League undtrthe Or. Atlanta! did 11111o le timeIn I Cr .}'- "IGeorge with a dilicloiiH suiprise, Gum (1111' wrikiml, of Stay iJul: oust
8111.4 23.year.old catcher In the Atlanta Camp, Gilbert guidance Morgan any I 'T'aUIl lftoKI'lIdn'l'11th (the mouth water. 24th .'mlllt'r I Inlnmatlin In fur Ih-
III send hlN bane-
tele ihlon
I lando with Harry Warner (liemanager gelling omit to the [ "
Marv Is from Erie where he hit baked ham, Tales with coining in this along with ulliir
a 8-10 record last year. up and Wisconsin Rapids of camp Sunday Ul nun /getting Jack 'bull learn lulu action Tuewliy af.jleMmin toni Bobby
Medlcnberg, 23-year-old left- I .226 last year, batted In 72 runs and ;I the potato sil"id. Nellie Tillakos 'ailhiliis,
the Midwest LcsKic with J record of 11.11 last belted 22 home runs He Is 21, with the colt slaw that has the tan .
hastier had a Christian the manager. pitching arrivals In the flInt pictures I tuiintv (ml Wwdhne. Tile The lilisi addltl to our numbirshp
yew.* Jim Ranti. 4.'y -old I stands five.eleven and weighs 190. I to be si'en In Atlanta Walt Kiimc III be the fiisl of mi tight tlllzlng tnsle that rails for moreIMarJmle I I list t are Adi'on, I". Davis
righthiindir had .a record Only three outfielders are In Uunbar of Juikmuvllle Station game slate for the. ('Irate. .*. I 11'11'1'1'11' with her blue Ray MM'ash. Tommy TII 111'111,
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--'--- 'rlblMit rukis, and Mildred Tho.
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Bowlerettes the Chailis Ih'I' and Limb litest-,
WFGA was on hand/ to assist 'r
I mas with tin steaming hot baked W 1'II'On1"hnllrd, I Sie Hlcliv
In
Atlanta station gating? the film viu
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Fc' imiicliiui will||| nlalka In
BY ANtE DREW and we might add that Dunbar the i b.isilnll play, polulnistor: : \ those::: on lIla diet), For I night 7 (HI I'M. Bint Clulis
Group I iniununl
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Him of that to get to
vou
Treat Wrrk of 3.17 gave McKeon, Allinta and her- I ('lilhiuHi, liKatid at the new' City
hue on April 2S lln tclllv ubtut
flT Total nandlna Beach a nice pot ou his bed eiulv Sira Reese can serve a Mn'Inn In Hrminllnn lUuch
Yourself the tourney Is llic wInner advnn. dillilous lute full of Rctamblid ..
W L rills:I show, (' -
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Monday -
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cci to Pal ilka! for the mxt gimcIn ,
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id bai' Commodore Kas.
,. Redilv Kilowatt 44 31 era: eggs u on
.IINII NO CAlOllNA 'to A fYbur More 16
Beach Bar 40 33 61266 I > the IOUI'II11n1l'1I1 mill( If "I'llIall. Icy 1'horn.is said thut If anmetuetlthtt't Sports Page enwh.'ssetstewM'a .
Land &. Williams 33 42 60459'' Alvarez kcips( us Informed tibia wind It munis lit I'h'1I11'S $ bring lima beans and dry lhirdstOssnsMi
Hadden Lanes 33 42 60337 when an umpire iitumim comes I will be playing In Palnlka Viitii rite!, hi woulilnt be there, anti Dews,?'
''up and he repurls a muting of all Filial kS out of lit Cleoursc I Tid has rnnsinted to be the
Sliftrr
High Team 3.Gt.ntesReddy I ; hIHc'I:::: :\
To The Kilowatt 2:>S1 umpire prospects for the coming l If Pilulka v> "Oil k'iiti Void Taster" Hot coffee FREESOAP
2521 Little League nnlor League, Women be fine! as far as Pnlaikj li conceined and thinks for the klddln will :
Beach Bar T : J
Softball, Mens Senll/lll and but Hie Pirates eiuld make I & BLEACHTo I
VeryFinest Hadden Lanes 24jj:; I i I be available Just be sure >'oubilng
I high school seasons, will be held It a real situation by inning I l' t \
rating utensils I )
High Ind 3 Games W IHcp your : Our Customers } J" \
Judy Holly 5'8 Monday afternoon at five oclock '* I The; Bout t Club Members along
at the City Ball Park Also, all with the operation of several s A.M. TO 5 P.M. 1105109 OLDEST
540 football
I ended
Spring
Wennie Shelton I, I l'raciive AND MOST HtSTOSIC
Dot Odom 530 'I prospects for seirekeepers are this week situ: itt, I'll; aim iitidmitg, : I other 11I'C1111e, hflvo worked hard In I In'1I111Jo111111 I ,
M.
High Team Game asked to report for a session at a game between! the Blue and I the club lioiuc>> and al' ASKINSLAUNDROMAT ,
Rcddy Kilowatt 922 i the same time White to cap off (lie triiniiiK teailons I though we have a long way to no',' I. \NII"" IINOIN"
Beach Bar BWI I '* Coach Dinner Is a little optimistic
South 8th StreetOPEN
Land & Williams 873 r Monday night March 30, the about the Pirate team for I I i ;
37 MODELS'FROM 16K' Through 33' High Ind Came Mcns Softball League/ will hold a the 1964 season WeI III have a Trade At Home i\ HOURS A 1)A1 I Trade At Homer
Grace Joyce 177 meeting at the Rccrratlin Center I full report next week J
'.a MOST ADVANCED IAKTYTYUNO I, .. : ,_ _
Rowland 177 o'clock. --- - --- - - -- -
at Tuend.iv night at
( IN IOATINO I II Carols right -
If You Are Interested --
Dot Odom 174 the same time and same place I II
TITO TIIATID TO In A Fine Quality I Splits Picked Ip the Women will get together to
PtEVINT TOMOO ft Fibre Glass Boat I Grace Joyce 3.10 Split and 6. I organize their league fur the summer r
fUNGUS ATTACKUNIQUAUED SEE THEVEGA I Ie 7.9 Split. ,
P05cwrsw' 21 1 I Dot Odom 5.8.10 Split I -trd Ford The Winner Again!
Slella Doland 579 Split and 4. Jake Bunch Is I at It again He
INBOARD. OUTBOARD I __ _

POWER OI>>TJONSSportsman's 8.10 5.6 Betty.10 Split Split Becton 45.7 Split and I Latest Victory The Bristol 500, March 22 Ford Took The First 2 ,PlacesNo.

1 Freddy Lorenzen No. 2 Fireball Roberts

WharfADJACENT JOHN E. ( Jack) I I Thin Make 10 Wins For" Ford Out of The I-nnt 11 Big Races


TO fl-ORIDA MARINE MATTHEWSBest I -' .' '.: '!

WELCOME STATION Qualified For Governor \

.., I. P.M Pol, AflvAuthorlitd .
EXCLUSIVB: PACTOBY UTJLET :-
by Campaign Trtuurar YOUTH :

----- B 0 R NWINNERNE
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: FERNANDINA BEACH HEADQUARTERS EQUIPMENT 'I



i "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN BITTEN EQUIPMENT-WHEKI
THI CLOSE AMES AM WOll,
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I Directory Furnished BEACHES'By These Merchants' and Business' Men -

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Suburb n ,
George's

Machine Sbop T IDE I S Co.

p'.nas Po.h"-;;;; : rs.eal.e.urine ......'
Toe .roM tow hi..., to' .imith.
tso 0.oiblttte. Mtodd, .1...,
2 N. FRONT ST. .t JETTIES YOUR NEEDS IN
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WMN5 POINTS SCORE II3NASCA1.SAJICIIOECCWITInOi
LV GAS AND
Machine Work Add .0 M i sat u Fir GAS APPLIANCES ,in ne SN Ii ;,Se'.. m s .. .. ...
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Welding, Brazing Femendina Barber 7 South' 7th S t. Menus ess 7 I -j---- ..

Marine Repairs !honr 261.:1661: nrseri* I I i iii' 'I,. FORE. !
I I I ,
Special Service To HIGB LOW e tn
Trawlers i I I I j J
Shrimp :: y
All Work GUI\ranteed Friday, March 27 T H KING -I I I I I ,
((1003 SEASON)
Open 8 a.m. to..rIi, p.m. 7:56: a.m. 1:48: a.m. PHOTO SHOP ,*** | ,*

Monday Thru iIIt.11rdl&y 8:21: p.m. 2:07: p.m. Roll Processing .,;:;;;;..;"...1 llyk" .lov.I ., 'I,;;i'
Phone Dsp IIt-3711 Developing &: ('rindn, ..u.I. ""hore.I ,.., Briton ttorh.t.I
Saturday, March 20 ,Wool felt .1.11cc., 5.. fralour]
Night 211.0131 Kodak Film ,.teileeu.d_ d9.b'-' hatlMr"./asIIjJtsji ;-)
: 8:33: a.m. 2:30: a.m. Photo Supplies t lrucl_. _.
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8:57: p.m. 2:4G: p.m. Movle.Colored &: Regular

B E W I S E' ,. Sunday March 29 Portraits by Weddings Appointment Only 1 I DRIVE IT!


"Porcelainize" 9:07: a.m. 3:11: a.m. Studios At S04 Ash St. ,,
9:32: p.m. 3:23: p.m. Phone 261-4586 Y !

LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Monday, March 30 I

LONGER THAN 9.n: am 3'51: am Rowland' .t :: I
;.: ;..
ORDINARY WAX JOB 10OG; pm: : 359;: pm: : UPHOLSTERY W.L.fl./

LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesday, !March :H 1)0 YOU NEED
NEW COVF.SING' Ok RETAIn:
CO, 10:15: a.m. 4:31: a.m. .NWf."J"\ .,\
10:40: p.m. 4:36: p.m. onNLW
S. 8th St. Ph. 261.3819 sFT covenn

Wednesday, April 1 eon ACT01OI voft: -

:; lI.m. 5:12: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES _

GOing Fishing? 11:17: p.m. 5:14: p.m. We Pick l'p and Deliver

Visit U. For'Complete Thursday, April 2 Porter & Lovequist '64 SUPER TORQUE FORD

Line Of 11 ::30 a.m. 5:54: a.m. General ContractoriFishing

Tackle 11:57: p.m. 5:55: p.m. SPECIALTIES>> Test-drive the total that earned I
performaiyte How Ford Racing Helps Bring You a Better Carl Most
Rodi Reels WOOD\\URKIS(;
Friday" April 3 PLASTIC suiFAcING Ford the biggest winning streakin) his automot engineers will I tell you the track I*
o'lv
Outdoor Camping CABINETS racing laboratory Far esample I :Ford racing has led better I
Equipment 6:42: a.m. Cl'STO BUILT Motor Trend tlne's coveted improved valve train,
KITCHEN AND BATH tory-and won mag block improved pistons stronger I
12:14: p.m. 6:42: p.m. rods and bolts Such improvements
Connecting' con.
FIR I EST 0 N E Complete REMODELING Showroom I 'Car of the Year" Awardl I Test-drive' a winner tribute to total performance so Important In your I

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REACH SUPPLY TIde. Caur.sp For Color Coordination at your Ford Dealer's soon I everyday drving I
coast a o.ndsuc Survey
112 Atlantic Me 'l/1l1-44U Phone 261.3068 ,,I ..OA'TEST.

I Everything MarkedAt -DRIVE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE WINNER. AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S


FUN IN THE SUN Team Price
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MOTOR COMPANYYOUR
LASSERRE
'flAT FERNANDINA BEACH I ,

: :IFISHISG BOATING SWIMMING i HARDEE BROS CO.:
fORD DEALER: SINCE 1910Iring
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIS' 218 ATLANTIC A\ E.: I II

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rOle Ten NlWLeader, Fernandina Bench, Florida: Thursday, March 2G, 1954.I .


News Front Mt-n and Ron." Health Club IPhp
Hrnlih Club Room, day an"

I The Rec Center "toning Atlantic A.fTiii" Plurnrmitid,. .'m
rvl-od play 3.:20: .S'3d p.m? for
Vannpy InRtt.TIIl'R 1 Lp it !
BY SVNDT nA\PRO
D"' APRIL had

THt'RSDVY. M4RCII! 26th. ADULT BUI pt''fF:' : rRinnl'ra' Sewing;' Class In Ornforrnce

Plavschnrl| In Ihe Gimp Room I CLASSES! > finim at 9:30: am :
at 0:39( am, C rolj'n Vlzearrnndo Clashes In Ballro-m Dinclnit for Mary Hnrrlun. Homo Dc-mrmstra i J' ," Y'i. '
linn agent, Iimlriiplfirf'lavsrhnol QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
adult leader Adults Bill be offered tree if
Clnnprs': Awing Clf" In the(charge at the Recrestlon Centrt 'In the' Com Rom a' ,PRICES GOOD THRU.MARCH 28TH W-D Brand Naturally Tender
1:30: a rl., Curt,lyn Vlicni'rondn wNn ormnTonn, me, cer>rmHf KM I !
Conference Room at 910: a.m.I with beginners' elancs' ttortirttcIhundiv .
,; !! flhto !
Miry] IMrrls-n hemp Dimonitra- APIII I/id, at 800 pm, adult l Inllllrr, nlivihPp ; "
lion Anent InntrtielorDeglnnert I i These clawi will eon'Iniie for five I II Advanced Billet! and T"* Claw I TJJJJJ tI
Sewing Cata! In the eeks. Advanced/ Ballroom DnnrtfCljssrs In the Auditorium' at S:30 p.m. I iili'llii"il'S' LJ F s
('r.lC: <'l'I'nce RoomIt 1 1:30: p m., I will herbs on Thursday, Julanne Owoni, InstrRphrsrsal !! S
Miry Hxrr'nnn! Home!! Ilrmenntra !Mir 71 h. and aloe continue for five for FERNANDA!:
tlon Agent IrtMr I IwreKsohmleer profwulcnil In. BALLET In th" Ai'rittnrlum al S.O!
Advanced Ba'lpt! Class In t fie Au. struetors I IT there ilawi will "ry p.m., Jjlsnnit Owen, Initr ,:,: M SIRLOIN
ri'lorlnm'! at 100 p.m., Julanne. I Louise and G1 Becker formerly Adult Orr-mlei Clsss In the Art
Owen. IIIRlr.Rl'h"lIrsnl assnrlaled with Arthur Murray Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, Steak u 88 ;
for FPR; ANm:'(.' Studios Due to the tremendous Interest InntrC .
BALLET In Die Auditorium at S 03 In these clashes' a maximum :'b Smut; Park No 171 In the TBONE
p.m.. Julanne Owens Ionic 'number cf cntiples will accepted Game Room at 7:13: p.m.
Senior Cltlrrm Club lit the Con. and regl'lrallnn 1 rtiuM' be made SooiitnmtMY Rntmdtvble In the 88
fcrenee R.",m at 7:1 IS p m by phone to the nwrallm Center I Conference Ro-m. at 7:30: p.m. Steak LB ;
Men and BOYI' health Club In Office (:81. :GII) as soon as pos. Adult Beginners'/ Ballroom Dance
the Health Club Room, day and ,slble. I I Class In the Auditorium at I on1m l l iI i !!''iii !!' 0 OD aEu' I sr BONELESS ROUND

cicnlng ______ _____n _____ Mr and Mrs Gil Becker, ? !!
Atlantic Avenue Plarground, K'TPrrvlspd Ceramics Room at 3:3D p,m? Hank 1 tonics. iii iuiiiili II'cII ) Steak. tB 88 ;
play :10-5:30:: : p.m., Don I Skies. ]hate. I Men and Rnyt Health flub In Small Gov't Insp. with choice Center Slices Included .
he Health :
Nanny, Initr Adult and Teens Ceramics In the I Cub Room day /and

FRIDAY, MARCH !71h. Ceramics Room at 7:30: p.m. Hank: vfnltm Atlantic Avcn'ie Playground, sup.rrvtsed BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP
i Sides, InstrJayrcvs I
5th and 6th grade Fun Club In the In (lie Conference Roan play, 3:30S:30 pm, Don Smoked HAMS Roast LB..SS ;
Nannfv. 'n'lr.Spendfng! .
Auditorium at S 30 p m at 8 no p m
Sub Teen Club! In the Came Roomat I Inland Squares/ Club In the Auditorium I' BONELESS RUMP

7:13: p.m.Lulhrrlln \ ot 7:30: p.m. [ Soars t
Church Adult Member Men and Bovs' Health Club In Roast. LB. 88 ;
ship InHtritPllon In the Conference. the Health Club Room day and I .' .
Room at 8.00 p.m. I evening And Saving Slows Ban Half SHANK HALF
Men and Rhea' Health Club In I 39 ( REG 4ft FRESH, LEAN
.
Atlantic! Avenue Playground impervlted !

evening the Health flub Room, day and play Inllt.TUESdAY 3:30-5;:30 p m., DunS'anney Says Loan League LB. 45 ; LB. ili : Gr. Beef Le 39;

SATURDAY, MARCH fflth. I i
I MARCH list.Playschool ORLANDO FLORIDA Mort. .
Puppet Theatre (ages/ B.BI) In the taw lending by the 131 savings/ I .. .....
.
in the Game Room "'" ... :! '. :> T; .. .
Club Room at 10:30: am, Fal'h 1 and loan ansoclnllnni In Florida ; ,:t _IIot-...... ,;< -- "- W
at 9:30: am, Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, I II. 50 Extra %VC Green Stsmps
rlfthn, InstfPurft I "intinucd at a record pare during
adult lelld!> .
: Theatre (fauna fl-12 In :r.I I.Frhruiry as savlncs/ Increase again/ T yaw WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFT
the Club Room at 11:30: a.m., Faith I Special Double Section Ballet In I.experienced a alight slowdown 'yM rive CAN' MINun MAID Peo..N '
Brltton In tr. the Auditorium at 10:00: am I In releasing( this Information I '
Orange Delight
Tap Class In the Auditorium at
Tern Club In the Game Room at I William D Ilissey executive Vice I :
730: pmMen 3'30 p.m., Jutanne Owen, Instr prexlddit of (he Florida Savings pSNIN GooorxeuMAeext.rN
( and Rnys Health Club In Intermediate Ballet Class In Ihe I land! Lean League, said that In Feb. epos ,.a r,, AT ANY WINN.DIXII
Auditorium at 4:30: p.m., Julanne s)7(
both loons closed and total
Ihe Health Club Room, day and : ruary: .
I Owens InfstrBarberthnppers I II'
evening. 'ending volume set new record i
In the Conference highs for the month ot February
I SUNDAY MARCH Mth.lnthcran Room at 8:00: p.mPain'ing I' A total of MJ/ .573,000 In loans I A'Ji
for Leisure in the ClubRoom ; .
,were rinsed during the! month, oM/iroa '': fA::.
I Church Meeting In the at 7:30: p.m. / I "" '
Extra /l Creel
which sui pained the previous recordfor ( I 50 SLnpi
I Conference Room at 11:00: a.m. Men and Bovs' Health Club In .
hlllh February apt In 13 when t 1 WITH .THIS COUPON! AND PURCHASE OF
'he Health Club Room, day and
the total I
$39801000 Total
MONDAY MARCH Mill.Playschool was 0"
STANDARD LAND 0' SUNSHINE nu.. :
evening lending volume, which Includes i; 1 Two o..I'ILLI'UIIV'
f In the Game Room at Atlantis Avenuo Plavground, sup both Inans clovd" and PllrC\1I'1l'd.1\ i = Chicken Slicks '
I 9.30 a.m., Carolyi Viicsrrondo, ervlsed' play, 3:30.5:30: : 'p.m., Don amounted to $79873000 ..all 1 TOMATOES PURE BUTTER GDD. Txea MAIeM, IITN
adult: leader Nanney, Instr.WEDXESDVY,. also a record amount for the mcn'h AT'ANY WINN IXIE''
Save 4303 Can
I 32 1t .
'teen Ballet and Tne Class In the APRIL lat surpassing/ the previous high/ of = / ,
Auditorium at 3:30: p.m., Julanne $67893000 set In February 1962 I' e L
Owens, InstrBeginners' Woman' Club Nursery In the The Florida savings! and loan e
Billet Class In the Game Room at 00 am? Carolyn associations experienced! a savings
4.;
t Auditorium It 4:SO pm., JuUnne Vltcarfondo. ur'' leader.Playschool I Increase of It!,261.DM In February' \I 1 39 .-"- .....(.
Owens, !Mtr' "v ... In the Came Room which was less than the M 122000 'I 50 Extra )/: Green Stamps
Ceramics Class ftgel. t-th] 1r) the at ltICI: a.ra.,." Cartlyn Vljcarronrto. recorded for fh*; rams month! last .. t-\\ l :WITH THIS! .COUPON AND PURCHASE; ,OF ..
.
.
..... adult leader Hutsey reported that at of tl. .. .
l ---- ---- ----- year I' Tw. ..RTa.fbeLA '.?' ...
rn
Ceramics Clans (ages 1114)) In the end tf the first two months of LImit 3 with f3.'f'der' .r more 1 Limit one with $5. order or.",ore Pae. : n ,II'
I'' JOHN E. Jack( ) the Ceramics Room at I:30 p.m.. this year savings have Increased '. Fish Steaks. .
I Hank Sides Instr. by 107,184.000 compared wlh .. ..,; --............... Goo fI,5U MARCN .ITII 4 ;'
:r; MATTHEWS Ceramics Ch'nil (adults and teens) 348,000 for the aame period In$117"1 .... ,,,- II'hBtL.: ,A.w.: :u AT ANY WINN.DIXII io w
k # / .A'Jt. ....,
In the CkMmlcs Room at 7:30: p.m According to ttusley, I
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r.ut Qualified fof' Governor Hank Bides Isstr. following the national pattern of i SAVE 30.- .j-< CABOT BRIQUETTESaChrcoaI2Oe79 .,.. :: 7
II, fnld Pet I: Adv Going Away Party IH the Game experiencing! I slnw-dimn In ) r'' :
Authorized by C.mp. ..laTi Treuiirtr "iRodm legs during these first two IIIY'I .A'Ji
at T:18; pm,
TI L,",.A ='L"r "--_ .. "= __''_---' I of 1064. ,..The, Lengie executive. ::. ;, :. ::..,
r that indications are that this slow' 50 Ertri %."/. Green Stamps

'I dew it. la savings/ can ti some WITH THIS COUPON AND ": / OF.I. .
lent be' attributed to the 1'11.1 v 't'
ONI Prue. cr foul I Ji
increase In consumer spending SAVE 10* p'p'EP SOUTH Chicken ;k Pies :
the American public! which undoubtidly '. or Turkey
can be credited to the ad.vwce TMeU MA.dN I.TN iR
publicity given. the recently A'o. WINN, DlXlt" I ''
]I enacted lax-cut bill Mayonnaise QT, 39 /1 : d
As of February 29! 19S4 the Flor.I .
I Ida savings: and loan inundations
I hod total savings/ of 11.381.789.000 d ; "
?
SAVE 10 KRAFTMayonnaiseoi
"I
which U represented by 1.533,000 ::
1 account .holdersA I 50 Extra 3WC Green Stamps
a s.W WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of

49. ON. ae Lea son o. Mil ClOOO'A"OR
I I
a Hershey Bars

I 1.1 11000 T" u M..c" ITII
SAVE 5* DIXIE DARLING BROWN & SERVE AT ANY WINN.DIXII J

.. ES !
: I. / :

\ Twin Rolls 6 CT, PKG. 10 d Q
Srrtln ol' Your Doctor ol' IMIelmiur .*
\' 1.K-.I. Unllril. 'tuxitly: and it li. "
lllmilt Mclicil. Auocimioiu 50 Extra i!. )/ Green Stamps

SMALLPOX.ERADICATED'. -- -O WITH THIS COUPON' AND PURCHASE OF
':': : :,Tr .
ON. a-u PNe. ellACKIN GOOD

Smallpox from the virtually United Suits disappeared All Flavors Morton ] Fresh Tender'Young; GDDFTga MA.C"Bars ITN
Lack in the 1940 Until
< this I .
WINN DIXIE
AT ANY
l Orourwatn or unsoc, ..tae. tltaease. i.i eradicated throughoutthe a/ A:
world there it
no assurance Cream Pies I Pole Beans .r
f it will not houp 1 In this
Family room. country again./ I VfticuutiunimaitiHt .
smallpox hoc,,vered in a
1/VH by dward Juiner, M.D.I = .A'lL. .. ...x..
'I r, You're looking at the family' room In a Volki- ail laved nKIi.h more country lives than dix-tor. probably, loss FAMILY ; :: 50 Extra d. Green Stamps'''
Station I any other nudniiie, ur precn.I 39 2 29TWIN WITH THIS AND PURCHASE OF
wagen' Wagon meamire Prior to vaccina. SIZE ; ; LIS, : .U::
It i got all the comfort of home, plus 8 chairs, 5 lion, imallpnx mailed, a heavy FROZEN .
doors, and 21 windows. mijority of persons An e 'It con also b. a pool and card room muted fourth of then died of t
Car pooltri pull out the middle seat. In go abridge it and the rut were pock.marked j GOOD T".u MA.CN 'T" '
.
for liCe.V.ccillalion AT ANY WINN DIXIE
table and 4 players. is not .. -' '.. \. 4"
only rrrr1mrrrri't4.
rou ,
.4. :
I It!can bt a nursery room tine in this country, but traveler .'-. '.- ,. ......._- ..- ""rrlllfHll( :..:;:,;.
Some mothers carry a Crib or playpen In back from foreign treat to the
U.h. are require.) tit chow
Others plants,
carry polled vaciiiatum, ctrttfuaUs. In
I It! can be a moonlight.and.rosei room The sun.. ninny countries In Asia Africa @ ')
roof on top slide Into a moonroof at night and Siuili America, mmllpox\ instill '
; I It! con bt a studio room with skylight, wall-to :: a r pwl6;: Uuarnnllneautboriliti t 1 iG >;. :

wall windows, five/ .foot easel, and six.foot artist btcomliiii nidtl it strident ct entry,m art In.mlliiK 11L t I t fJ; iR
I It! con be on outdoor.Indoor room Holds two .' flat aeuvmii travelers' r a D t ,

cots tent, or three sleeping bags, or one pitched pup lIne'*valid of \tcuiialion I Ifrnwtloniil|. I or Cerlificati Ke-- 1 / s 1 1t :l iJj 1 ,

Our family room comes completely furnishedfor vncchnatk Recent, n until tgtUtt':''i'I I.,tK'of: ", -.: "11f.

W7G5.00' smallpox in I iiRlaml. sold to M t t ....

(Choirs, carpet clock, mirrois, clothes hangers; uhrmul have oriKinuted' authorities\ in India hretiicncv| \have "t .. fJJ
sunroof, windows, heater, tic I and upend of inlernttiondl
And that a let cheaper than the kind rOil add travel are Inereaolnn the ri"k of PACKTHRIfTY= MAID SLUE or WHITE ARROW FOLGER'S = ASTOR VAC PACKED

to your house eri cue the by country spread> air, Infected to rf f another tntnllpox a few'frel.from days TISSUE 1;; EVAP. MILK DETERGENT COFFEE ; COFFEE. t7

prior: rllo country their: departure, may not from level.I a Save t t 2 Roll Pkg. !i I' Save 3< Toll Con Save ''h Giant Box Save U 1 1.Lb. Con Save 10< '. 1Lb.

BRUNDAQE MOTORSJACKSONVILLE op dimptonii their 1 domination until:: after, thus arrivalat In- COr'f f:a

Rua.Nu creating tin risk of unexpected 19 110 48 69 59

'. ,' INC. atuA contictn.Vaccination hail been done ; I) 1 ; 1 ;
1290 .East 1ghth Street, ,JacksonvilleLUDOtaTtO mllliont! of times all over the

r RETAIL mici CASIT COAST rot, LOCAL TAXCSI ,AND world where, there but are then no vaccination art smite limit 2 with $5. erter!! mow' I j I.Imill0 with $}. *rVer more t New i i All Purpete Detergent i New Easy Open Con New Easy Open Can
OTHCft OtALCJl DtLIVIRY CHOROCB, ANY. ADDITIONAL laws, or luch laws are indifferently

t i! V managed..


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fi'cc'i-ej 'Mill of Action sound in Inc Milne Hid we h r ''iIII''" Fey thnt r.j be mc ..,. ",. and
loots and Ed I ?.operative and will fulfill mv dulles Nc\\-Leadei. Ftinandina Beach FlmMa( Thursday! Manh:' 23 10G4!> Pane/ Eleven

AnnouncementsFOR I pledge an efflclenrt office here' If elected to this high office. I ..r. |lof tints' very 1.11 port 0''" i I., ..,... .n ijrc .i pew -. -- .-- -.. .- .-.. -
you> are alwava welcome' ...I'h veil neatly and d nnrel pledge lhalixIt |I .Flve. hut economic >I mm '.'.
trained personnel Anaenalng tj.cin work for arvthlng that U. good lori I lUrlle.lI)' noliut, \ ,ur vniuppnrt IInd bent Intel"eMi if AIL of Nassau Cur StiKrvltt| *l Rrchilrnlli'ii" on11v end with the dignity tlenervlnglie

I a fair and lull baula provldln i' Na..aiiu County aa a' candid'il fir the tatlun icunly: 1 I. K .lhr.11 o iTcenel 11 nl,Im'k "I evorv ",." nilkevnu
STATE RIPRFSIATUINE: FOR 81IFRIFFI eceisaiy funds fur the progress ofr Your vote and active support .will bo f Counu Coi"? nlvM: uml,\: ;10,0: :000tld'tI2 Your vulo and nirnirt la u+lb'Itod mv i. .n..I. I l. > Ita ,,'hou''. and all lu .mil, "IU IM those who aMIUlNP1""
org* H. Dirtey do herein ''l annu County appreciated I Unarm unit. uiwiviair' Itoaiitraion of Na.. 11105' d..I."" of
herein nuI
ctnwinv announce an j candidate peipe .1111. ni unnecenarv burden on Th.ink \ iu. 1 t '' .Crony "uhlle" Offne Your vote and
candidacy for
the 1\ 0 omh'I
"I' 1\
T. BHL:
htith ,'f. loot lie .lfl,'. nl Sheriff nt Nduuiv \ \11.1 ,
flc. el state repiwnf.tU I.. Nvnau Cuuniv In UK, coming Democratic any, no. and to club| .ua proleil yurI R II. IBYbi) lUIFRFOR I "I'' nr Ind In N."u C.ullly torIha. "'''I"rt if 03o0" Candidacy will he5rca
yel teitead -- --- .
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Countydo 10 with Hit full know 1I..y 1.1. :III ...ro. I was edu"ul.d In li(11UI'rRl'.1\0"' '
,ledge nt the V"t "".".."'lhnilko of In offering myself ui candidate Y ur vole end attl\e assert, for A < FOil (0t\n: n'ml"S'tt' Fur iprrvlsnr! ul Rpglslr.ill I' ,. h "lo ''d,I HUB ciilintv and attend ( :. : ItOBERTItor
a. COUNTY Cml\I! SIOSEn
bumneonnin admlnlatruior' and
ton yltallv Important office I I ,"' for boa iinpurtiiKi. ntllco. I ilu proton Ti Ihi'!in/mi. if, Nana au v. udy cl I niiMiiiHii' CiIli-so for g yours -- --. --
nirelv) aware of the many prnhle:: the full understanding thai the to "un civic ,leader dedicated, to aervlng puma. With thla ammui, '.e 'mil I am _k. I nlnh| I.i ..nmim I I' ihc I., tun of f have qu.l.louit I for' Iliu vfibt, nl I 011101000, Ie" to K "f unlink and
iI Sher
"' ell' 'the temple In our county. U.; ollic IH rwume lull Time old l begnatly upprecluted InN me otltre. of fnint C ono Isaloiwr, Na.ioe C untv' Ihnl I im a r ,,111."Q. SIIIOI'I.nr vf 1I".tr.lIon.,, ail>jint In 'live ..1 I 11 : Smth tun Flrert fern in. 'iprrvlior, nf RrglMratlnnI

pledgd to devote myself, to tee ,crv"i"of and H ercled: Ha your Sheriff my I pledge I). II. (Butkl BUIIVNVN Umtriil. three. I'N'a au Cmntv for. IKLliilier. nf Nm nut. C''uiil\ Commla'.hai the l>."tnm rntic pruarv in Ally l ulna'' Icaih I rn 1 member sal I me aerate', non, ..ne .. a caMldnt
the\people. It elected' that I Kill give I am R notice of has aunty' hatIng PiHtrl t n III 1 tu m.ing j il I si l"plJot; t ( II..h. fur lie Hue .* hunrr.Isnr. nf. Kegm-
your slate my aervieei full4me1'o
repr knl alive, unlorce. Ills laws but lived my entire I h, e I.'ul.. ... I rs..U..I. pohnornl'I" I rncbllv i"1 lull tour vote and Icforo drilling I'v offer mvwlf anI ball n 11 I !Ni'r iu C, only subject to..< r
be lair and
t haute lived here fur I years wlih Impartial. nlth I matteracouiug I FOR TAX ASSESSORI am R grattuite. of Yu ec llig, i School .It .ke'f, I plyden th,1 I ui.l,I Cnn nunimit" in the rthciming. pthnat. I I "Id.'o, i for 'ihu Rrcnirur, alien" HP :It., ". lie. mrato Primary
everyone I
the oul.1 dl.nllv that .la no In me aliemlim el on the I am married to tli? I'.r'h..r <.rncieLewia tln\lO I", 1'1 f""h mu men. i IIIrt In mil if ck-clvd in Hit Imp"rlnnl ofliicI I slu iwd.I Ihe duliea, und priieduie, "IIKl I vvai him nod hared In Naainu
for my publlo eervant Ae necessary" Ill's'! office oner-. hereby announce my candid.irvfir and we are 'the proud parents te bent Intercil' of cur i iu naa aICunnmlrotNlrr pronl In carte u"a the ciiUcni ofN .. Nitre" I 'feel' that 1 KM ant qnl UU'I' I the dmgbler' of the Irl1V '
rerjre'Rnl.tlve. I would nluct,'yur time To always keep In mind that I .m'' E.cctlon to the office of laxAnneiior cf Iwo children' aa I have al\\lI.! dine '"nan C tic xoh hin-r efl'c'i"W"Land lord In. illiii horse, ''h... ilullet In. your II 'll me' : Joms. I am the wilolf
rrv an a p.I. Iv'.,"le clliri or eclod'' "'ficinl' mcnrdtng tn Ihe Imes tierliiliilnff' / .
of
silt In thli I am and have been clef seed, In Kalis, !. iti 'n. Roy L Wlriate. Sr. mother IWO.dauJhl..r.
a ,
sane. manner becaune tenant 01! tie people and such
the ea I I feel I know It "". ufilieI
A'ot.o to
Aa rut pledge all the nceila of
vlll the enact pocking"' bw.neon i ko..n anNauau nor KHIII I ii ill ancrrelv' uppreilite. vile ,nd a ,wm Past Mulron ofptcr
pernon'the fills your
1 tale Duet |I. conduct the office .
personal in effectyour lanced busmen on an per- halt and equal. aniieaimenta. In tote River Meat Pickera. for the IV through i c.e| IM..iiitioe' vim ,Ha I ,. II here ruulir,, ntfue buuri floe if i .nn" rrfi"enn lirobion hiving tncil in buil"u',i of1'u'ee diva a wi<.rk wntrh, wit rr 'lile Inur" MIIIHIN: I f.ntllIIltlC K .. "u i Im. 500,00x0 and RII' .,
Nassau
by all with whom he Com Jpeople 1 will tally witn Ute t year everyone and wlil continue tnre My int'lin' Ilion lo serve you aa Coon. ,, mnfullier .. to mite nf 12 I\lilh ley having tniiininM, ,.'i 1 Ida mine lu u' .. 'I'e, :". vIr, JIII church affair. I .m
comet In cooper4le solar' <.. even nod everyone on a fair and ). and alsu noting' ..n v 'ornchal I.nll -- ------
111 ,
ra'oie sal o .nnneni an.lenwtruw r'saber ol Ih Callahan
law ty .0m".lun." wan seeded .lll1ln n nine u *
e mate. Im. I tent| | can ?? A> I. .1110".11 attendee. : federal in partial "hinla Etna Iron, Ihu'II,,, / J.nmdrvflM
'
further qunllf'cntlona. I si.ilt wH munlclpnliilea. I will me eevernI l yeah *." too:, n v bUlln'i m.nnsr1Klk I I'lIr SlIp'nl'or of Rrllh'.aUnnI r.iptlbl' ChuruiIf /
ntterr'ed: Ihe nail| served Tax Anwoiir fur .
I have aa ale now uen'lnN .In n'11h.' r of
Unlvereilv ol Tennewee vihile optrjlo pteil traps In Inn I have beveled .u't. I dl>cu.i.eri I'"evarloul I I"110'1.1:11\ : .1,Ne,'. I promise to perform the
working ciuilv II >'un and w n deputy lax abMiMHor N..u ("unIY 1Iollll..n C..It11mu1M son ., ullve of Invln Catty, .
la one mv own e."penie.>. n..r allow mv to iipeute' under my for 4'. veara I honestly believe I am. have prohlema'' Ih.the it you Rood lonple| "duo. ruler 1:011.:' --- -- ---_.. _- i corn' i. nut have been a reKlilrnt 'f ,Iu".. if. tin office In an efficient
duliea uf 4lieDoard
I am- proud to lav Shot I come trio JUI'Idl.aun.l the nunt qualified man tu tent aa cirwMning .' The i"jntv ii lump and tin time la FI'.ehio: Nir "IIouri. n vein nlI 0'urleI'01311 nd p:eiiant ,manner I
C Fur .
of Haiiaau
A teise. of fairness In dealing ,. llhur untv" toiiimlMlonera Rupcrvl.nr tif U'gKlriitl gI nl.".. filrnmt to all and a deep tom'
the wwkhg clam of I people tout arclo >, IiU' T<. A'UMiir limt/ "hul I 10111 I Icy to ace all o" f > uu ,' I 1. ill 'hove< Iran spent In Nariu,
t" unali. and I beach vlMtnra/ If wean all of Nassau I f Yp" nt, l .1"I "I r.r ""or r'nvrnwnre.I .
(. their problem' I am in tmploye I pledge to County r supp' irt will, ii* uppr Dnrnth Jiifievi, lluhalt. bah ti IInll
.'of onlnlner Cirpiritl of ... lo continue recelvuf our fair Mill ctnunue tliu Ecua uaiitmprogram I feel. that w llh 'it. bu.lne.. e':pi rIcnce ''cl ilc I inn,iu ue mv i ,,nliluy fir the office 1 rerldc al 101 Sloth IDIh Street In I feel Ih.it mv prevlom perlenrea
America. and have been with them allure of "m. trade I rhO' rnllhP.o ..., I will. not: I know all nf vou the farmer. MVtS S. llnce novln| to Fernandtni H.'e'.11 flagrant truffle law I tae scared off bv a ctdiln few I was I the bunlneiiimiin. the h"u.,,, h... and I:, : ; feat Ii tie Bemicriiic Prunmlos" in I KlUhent. who \la a tapiain, i I Fedtriil and 1 M te Census Program. .
I violatora koala our of ntute and (oral. elected' to do a Job and I Intend In an ,the repreienttillve rf tie varloul In.du''I. hay filth' ) till (crn.uiillna Bench PnllieUipurlnent : In I"orliln' I.'."" lu.. aa a pro freulpr .

418 International am an active Brotherhoi menber, of of Local 51111k.: apprehended and bruug tii i tint job to the bell nf mv ahllitv 1will .. In our ommiinltlri '" FOIl COl' \T\' COMMISSION I IwTwInh I was born unj rennet In Fernm. 11'. ..re Ills parents of and aaleimanihlp. qualify maor
Pulp lunikeAl > lees With this knnwlerlte. I ulincrrly and I"'. Ililuiird. Kluhena vf In thli office. Ife'ri
not eight of common aens" sons < uf Illakely.lie i i I. erase
Sulphlto and Paper Mill Workcre tn personnel Mill be careful)*" Judg,nent and 1 at ui'e you I ,./111 nol mt rtfullv inllcit your vole t rnditipport to announce. ,, to the Item. of dma nearh. tie diugluer, of the late, I >lei liiltnn L. Klihena, nf reramtlna I .ted ,
Inn airt I am chop aboard: fur shill selected and properly trained In lattintinenenl In duly. fir countv cm" nlnl.. ncr. Din- N"ainu C-MIKIV ihiil I am arrktng' the tare I tells Jt-llrcv. I realile at SJ Henrh to
A Mwt nf all oe pjrtlcl my Smith kin Sued Your tools, and .. Ive aupport In my
I hove with hunliuncl
flnocre .tt.
Inter '' trlcl three In the coming Democratic flee cf my :
I do honeitly and ilncerclv ap|.recljle aunty Ommlsiioiier, from I fuel Sled mv iperleniR In serving hell r 'i1' *nnre't"itudLOUSE .
eat Im John.
the people of Nisssu 11.lonll.hn I.i ettploved bah
Canto four vote and active luipurt vlll primary tae. fifth itihi' rtHlriilI the ,
canflu vote and public li'illi
nco. in buunmr.n
your aup our own
coot I *arn..tlv dears to kcrve all the be sincerely appreciated. port Thank: you' fir giving m* tills : wa bun alit noted In N.-itnail lie City nf 'leraniina He.iili .aa. Ulliclir ckrii-vlile fee,, 5 jeira end f..r .IIvearn JONES WI\GATE:

people of Nauau County II. S. (Herb) McKENDREE: Thank foe chnnre. x.v voto "nod active euppnrli Conni' il I h ve bi,'en em met) In ..r'hc', '" ilntonam-e"' a firm I In Feremdinu'
Your continued lupp'rt Ii earnestly wIIJ he el+nrei'l'dedJ. i th* limber business in cur r iiniv' I am a me'ulwr 01 SI Peter Hv.ui hq',:.:hrt me to serve ci.pnl.lvit :
lollclted I EDDIE McKENDREE F. lJohnlll ('LAXTON i me* Co pndn'flnn' l from O'.olllhnnlth i Fiilsr-p.il, thunht your supeivlior, of Heult I 'ritlmiIf '
GEORGE II DORTCYr FOR SHERIFF I Si .mil thlrlvf. 'ur vean :.nut; I teem that my put II veari of exI'ermnre lou nee fit lo place me In Ihli r*. More Announcements "
I reel lint I am qunllfied In know as Drpu'y t t' Mrs Marie t. 'nn' 'ible pnlll'n: I will I carry out tl'c
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF ; :
This la to announce my cnndidncy FOR COl'STO'fm'IO ER I It nl 1 I armor, I t'oe pr.be" 'la of nun c,un Suixrvl'ur ;if RcoMnllimmply : neceiuirv draws Hi I a manner thatunll On Pone Twelve
FOR SIIERIFF to succeed< myself aa sheriff of N.i.. ''u rtruc INSTRUCTION: : wl'h t n anrrimc the vote' of Iv w" I M I ,111 upprtc, .ite vtur. 'ull and qualllie me In holil tl lb la nf '. retail. lav "tMf on you tne o.I i iiv

I. John flay Barrow do hereby rte. Counlv. subject to rules of the Slay t \\' nh to ann Mince that I am R c.inIHitc Nana C-nnlv thou I im 1 pnnrllHute. ruppurt floe .ml t e aunty aa a 1<11,1.
Clare mywll end my services to tie Liemoirallc, primary I for election: ti the office of for the office nf Niuaii dimly Com I). P. BR\DDOK .If eiclrd' I urn citilciivor to main, Ylal, 0'IV' "II I tujipiirt ,la ..,II.lItdJnd
at the dttpoaal of the good Crl1lan I I believe that my II\.nty.f.u. <'>nrexperlenc Pupcilmcndent nf. Publlo' 1ntrurlinn mlailoner DKIrlil" 1. In the coming. Lola the i-ffce it tin luth level. miKMch III be deeply appreciated '
In this office qiunfiri. me'
people of Naciau County. I. therefore Nanneu County' subbed t* l evl>cmociMlo DemncrHtie prtmarlcf I r----- It It niw rust Thank you,
nnnounce to you that I am ran.II' to ...v. you In mulUirt of law enlorcenent : primary on May L 1 dole In the coming Dem-rTntlo iirl and on my record ua your I have taught rcbnol in NataauCruntv by H 1 McKc-nilrce I will I bo hard I JPI RFil HtllH.II
mary.for the high office nf Sheriff of srerllf fur Ihe past clot terms; I rawforllully : ,! for the "pad U }enri and hove :In fill: beciute of his I qunlltv, I hope'that : am a life ,long rriiitent at/ I the -. --- ---- -

Nassau ountv, lorida I request your yule unit sup frvpl m Co.ch. and 'MAtrlkW Director the wonof Nimju County will I c umv mnrrlel n the former He'en For StiixrvNnr, fir ilciMr.it! Iotl; Fur Suninlsor" of RrRMrtllm! TERMITES ? .
pelt. My proem at..tun l I. slut of A..I.I.ml'I'rln. find', the qunlltv In me aa then have In floe omit heir five rhillren" nn a pmptrtv .
I am reidv and. Milling take and I able to talcsmy A_ In the past. I shall try to carry Ip" il I. Aih.eilc Diieilur luau Cloth him. I will Irv to f"lh... I Ihe boiler, I 011'. err :in I active mendwr if 1. leny Her lc a native art of I lion" Uenno Honarta .hereby an.
place to my rtrponslbtiltv ni': the dutirt of this office In a dlt.ni .1 tie Call ,h.n KitmilMy men that hive gone hi'fare rie Ian DIM ('0 ii"' 'h ,and Linn> Club, :, reinsnrtliii He .i wish S.luau" uncony nun" ''c M i ntirlncv' tar the hare inuienlsor
Desire In nur Ciintv I haves Burning' lied efficient and competent," convolve Inierert In the schools of N>.. I believe Irr w"rk ng h'rd' to obtain I n-itt p..I inr>nt Nsniii County P"ul.lv Cutidiitic 'M 0 tie 'fee' of '\111'"tvlior < ."I nc.l_lr.'itlon nf N.s..uCm
to put dignity (lito tie Sheriff'soffice. with '' to all and i ito tau Coolly has boon demonatrated by I goal and If e ccied. I will work hard A ivtuilxn nemher, if I'lorldaE pf Regudrill' Nniuu Chilly' "mi sublet lo the May Silt/ the
oIlel\I'\ )I
none 'th & d :: : Urea I rrv active iffoifi ti> secure better e lu. for the betterment of II,e County 'nn1ll.I..I'n| for tour veamii ,. 'n tie coining DC,,;vccratlc X'lliiiuiy c1; n,5, 1Y
A true Sliertff' la not a .racketeer a to employ" the mont competent depullci rational apportunltiea. fat the education Your vole and tuppurt ,. UI be uppre >jrmm| Pmillrv Dlvl.lnn N h. Ally I I im S-i mrs old<1. R Veteran' of 4
mob leader. a estipo; thief A Hue, It pitBlble, to secure, ; rf our youth eluted I'IveldI i Fair and Call.ihun PTA. I I was born In llruniwlik Ca. In venn M'Mtirv: Service during: the' 1
ahcrlff la like a knight In shining or 1 "I.mg own et.npalgn treneurctl If elected 1 will I wore herd to kraal' HAROLD E. FREDERICK: [ I own and have nporitrd I Iudnrnetwrru ITT Mv pircirti, ,m-ived to I I' ernnndm Koreanvar' am :"married and huve 4
mar. and the Fl,.>rlda Nation (Hunk la my the public Informed and to dlwhnrge ----- -- .llIlIv IhrouAhnul,, the \lnl'O and vi hen I wua only five montla, CM!/, nn presently Man lire I' lirnsrHlna 1
It .Ir the honor. It In that dignity. IrpoFltorv lit coTpllauie vun.. l'lunuaEletllon the l etprnl.Iblllhee or the uttlce of ni-1'e' i booboo .t-ia; '_ nm>n>.ich to old I' nn rpldeonlr' of "polio l Itmh Mmlstur 'dell Care' : I IIlnu 1M
that Ii- John Guv B irr-m.. am, notenn. LataII 1t"1.n".nl$ I" the bent Int.r".t 01 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI the rHitut of the Cnmlv CoiniiilKlonputicuiarlv ..ke"ur.h In FYrnimllna, Of the,: ,reHile nl in Nnitli nih' HI In ternmMpmnrlv 1.11,1 brp.IaNn aml.pulsese"
Ined to Into title high office I YOINGULOOD ,lire Nnaaau ftfiri-n IMTI Irk""" n'I' IM-, 1I..rl'. end non, a memher III the
put ehpeenn Ciunlv James T. Kills. hive guillf'ed in the field of ixnllon I ,
.
Therefore. I humbly tnlint/ 'your' No aihool, prerenlly acctedlted. willtu'for ,I I for the offlre uf ounly Cnmmlcaloittr, I Ivllh I ; hoe,. tlelcrnilnnlli' of Ceiling: adillnr'a much dreaded... dine me only myself and null' I Methodltl si-rved .< CliurchIn Prcmnrmt nf thrreinnnilliva S5000 GUARANTEE, 31
help! With your help and with (,od a loss of accreditation' vulue for eirh d Him SIHHII one 011., kiirvivvl
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,
from District I
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help t will serve you ,...11.If FOR TAX ASSESSOR Yrur vote unt active support will be plan giving mv undivided' .>'ttentlonti I attended. SI Jmeph Amdcnv atPer leech' Junior C number oilrninmcrie I
1 4ft .f
.m nod Director Ihrlimo
vmi wilt elect me to III* high of. I hereby announce my candldxcvfir < C.. I.y appreciated '' years fir 23enra" l'hnv boa pr' b'erne nf all rill:ena In .,j"u Hor'i i 1(-",.,1, I fmllrrrt' imlln lie icli an.\'uleenl a .>rlhamIwr mi Afilnil Fiihin TtrmlH DMI|.

flee sal Sheriff you c-n rest emured the office. of NaSSau County 'IjxAiaetiior DEAN B. BLANKENSHIP; been employed: bv Cmtilncr Cirpira I No."u: County' blob ciurtu, emu-" my pilui' HI.in ," i I II vtma licaih InMMdil .if COnuuar's., In I'"11 I served at rr
thin then will be rights for floe mm tuhjert to the Demucraticpiliiurv I 1 mon Bare. and himrilvVour mv fnur. i I'I tii* ,In ,lllr.nre '
lion nf l rernonctlni Beach fir Ihe put Are i < hill,'mm" 'of n grate Wide Or
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potty. rule of the nnjontv. cmirttuy of Mav 5th 1)04I 13 venn and a h m.e other and lax vote and auppirt ,, lll\ he ap .utwos! until in dealt In 113). tlcuawlHtcd It"'.' KcitlMrillnn, Pnntnm. a pmuclrleslRilrd MAHONEY 101'
to all, liberty and Ju'.tlte fur all. And have I been self employed In Hllllard FOR &IPERINTFADENT OF paver foe the pail IB veurt prcclalod. ni)' 00'tl'.r 1 lit lee 1'1"1 luiiigbuxlneia Voter Betlilrn I

eonitny. In governmentIf time l ill. I son an aitlve member ifUrtl | PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I am marred t) the former Let tie I Lot.;! I I lions In 1''r'iu'I; the Dl.lirr
you aelect me to be your Sheriff. Buptltl (hurch. a Trustee .sodSunday Lee Hlgglnbothmt nf HlllUrd Florida' )] Farm IllBBlnbulliam .t'l rlnS''I< arty owner and reside gillshed Service Award. mid waiseleilcd
School teacher John T. Weliner la a candidate to ._______ | 511 ,M am marled marl TERMiNIX COe '
you can rent oared that the prettlae I I the daughter of Andrew J Hi"'mbotham an Ills Outalandlng YnungMm
I Slhtat succeed himself aa County Superlntemlent have a ion Divll i't years old I : rlf'
am presently rervlrj mv
of Naitiau County vlll go up up and n former aherlff of NilsauCourlv I II FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I II Of The Year In Kernandlnaliench
Mayor nf Town of Hllllnrrl of Public Inatrurtlon H* feel that I nm well qunlifle-l' tn tone
up. Your support la In','lied. It will ai east We have 9 di-ughte-a wrlih I .
I I :
long. be remembered Your Infirma I am the prerent secretary of Naainu l e.ertei to the office In 1041 have and are ntt'-n'Mng the public ,I have oiuliflfl fir ie r'fli-e of'' the .peiple, of ,Na>tnu I'nun':y ciuilemiilv I non' a meo,tt.e of. 1k. r.rnondlnn SERVICE: SINCE 1910! : w

lion and your questlona and your County Community Chest United I A former leather coach and principal I achoola of Nuisnu Coulv 1 1I County Commlttlor-r. Fifth tl.lrlctNarikU I I end effclentlvIf I Ke.i h Parenl.Tencher A'lOClllllnn and
I Fund fur Mull 1 am a .rmhi'r rfHilllard In the pubic 'ct oil. Welinerhjt / elected your Supervises nf F.'giti
praytr' will be appreciated yens n I.m.n artlve men .ix.r of the Hedge Countv In the rotting" Demoontio ... am piewntlv" serving ua Hi llta'il'
Kotnry Club serving aa preil used this I p \ e I I 'n 10ul devil n.y full line:' For FREE Inspection
JOHN GUY BARROW leIlh"r. Baptist Church and of the Yule ,: prlmarvI 'hulr".n..1" I tetved aa an Area Culiiilnnnn ::
lent In Hal and IUC3. In his work, not only tinbut PTA I a pronertv owner and kmiw I to Ihla lib (" of. the recent Mata hour. ,
-- -- -- I with slate school official. from I ...ni. *"llv and alncervlv ollnl, .
Mv Interest In the welfare and what la lanes, linniuintiili" Program. and am *
all. of whom he has had excellent co- of .11 dIOlJ"I' wnaiiwv er In the coming / pr Phone Jacksonville '
I profession our r untv. with 'h.1 If mont 'Important i 0"0'1 I ITh entlv servln Chalrmnn. of the "
oierallonWelsner, I de-Ire to acrv my fellow eltirena, I.'rev "attire I p'edee to ALL !"" c.lir-na of I crntlc election' Nimnu County Chapter for ProjeitH
said< Shout should he be reelected :ink' ,v"u In advan for your
ple ee to you aa a candidate for I every part of Naas iu C lump I..t I IK Iw' COLLECT EL 4-1768 f
WE HAVE he would continue to exert the Office.I will uw oil of mv effoHC In moth es'' vIle and l support I ,pleotgo In tnndUM the nNAtrttd I

every siulcnti effort to give Nasiau County. ne'e l'S It alerted, 11 Ihi."rtII" vnur C"iin'v Commlmloner for the LEROY BFRKIE this .of/lo5 urllvely. oellllo.,1
public aihool teaching In -
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l .1111I. equal 5.1 any In the slue
loom both on InslruetlyI und physhcal eran

STYROBIRD H.standpoint stated that all the icKoola of

.7e N...iu C'unty were fully State so.I I IcretiHd ,pl
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and Ihnt the three Urgent ...'

ichonle In the Countere accredit i 'hr
M bv the Southern Asinclatlon of
Col'"ta' end !Seconrlirv gihimla "t
A'kfd ytnt M. pl,tfnrm wna. hen Rln'h; r I'
piled "Niitau rounty'a buoys and ,
: EXCLUSIVE ...1. deco rte nn education equal to
thin received by .nv other el'iilent I I
In thin !Rule' or em work 01,0ttjl
:Irt. end will I contlnua, n.to' work, for I' 1 y y I i'9

fair Inlere't"JOHN ?
T. WEI9NER I II
a I I 't
I "..lP
rerJ I FCR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: I

I I .. MI M enter, t.. the vMe'a nf
N'.inu County that t am a cnn Ildnte I I
/ for the of'lce of County I Cnmminnlnneefor I '
rimrlcl I. auhjccl to the M.y J j jprimnrv : al( i I'

4e'alt living once hell nn elective I office I I !o ptairrdt
In HI';trl'.'t 1 In N'.I.u: C' untv' fir ,I" j I
veira during which time I wan lif'clce ";: .1 I

contict with the lloa'd of '
I IV Ommijnlnncr. I feel, the1, ; \pI l'

flf x I I I "oun position(fled to, hold thin very lnnp cuun'j bLi 'i 0aJ

1 p'onilpe' (If "' la taw ,
i I lit .t I will; 'give name mv umlUldnl :
attention and will ut nil llmei coii'iuilHe
uf In of thla offlie In. nrnrm 11 J'l(1I
,iu n ,all. I 1 Alva. ecrnnnlrrl: and, : equbtahla coun':
ncr. giving the be. t poK.!hie nervier
to I the people: of thin courtly' v
I .rot niilve cilrir,' : if Niiamu.'
C umv' nl hue ll/ert In Ihla area. till
.a "my lifa. I have always' been a Ue"o.'r.t. 4 f 4
xirQ. r Yrf
a lor, married the father of tarn r, I n
I V
ohlldren. a numvolner uui a t lopnverI
I .rlh'' your vela tool. 1'1".1 mnay
1 l"h.111 fur Ihly Mflr.C I

1 I', IRudy, RUI'ISiiAUSERFOR

THE EASIEST KITE TO
,
: COUNTY! COMMISSION rob I o 1d

I t. J..hn ,la. IFredI Armstrong. 8. III
MADE! I Ca I I.,hail. did nil illfy on Mvrh 4. 19114lnr
jj FLY EVER lie hlnh office" of C unity C .".m''*
I Btonor trim Diitilct, Nu. 5 and n'pro.unilnff .

I I nil! of Ni..iu Ciunly
I w a born In Ifl'llvil r'U Fen 21.'

:f ir looping Diving Gliding. Performinglike "1-h. I nn ,mnrnid: In; lie firmerL I Wyy /
la tuba and we ilill o Y P ,
kite .eenlt regmbli hen, Cur bovt and .v.rl.'F' :: u nfM" II III ,,,t('I'
other yawn ever
no I chlen it en4 the Callahan 0 1,,
f School My olileit aim. la marled, ri
graceful gull la flight. II tie fjrn..cr Linda Ann Thomna
f' a
employed. my hunhaere
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I .,..In:1.d III tic. renler.t4 Calla' I
taiL Self-adjusting hen no U. a No I and No.< Ant.
Require no running no I am a rvemhrr of the Cull: ,dor,' I .

and I 1'1..1 D 'pIM Church: Vlefl.PrcKlrVnlof
i bridle automatically compensate for speed the Callahan Chamber of Co n.

mer' 1 tb
Mv pledge Ii you will he honest nr p :)
altitude. slm.ere. wool I tint. portal 11 nIl nm ;< .

but lightweight. I end Hiving cooperitlve; ; been urke n'Ith''rverrkio.bv ;'''.II'1 u }

Styroblrd U extremely durable *ve >,,'. over the ciuntv to "" yk. ,, ? ate
this high office I hive attended' over ,
With a wing spread of 32 Vi inches, ttyroblrd I Ihe p.uol i peon I. : none iw-i'* ", of tieetmmlationera I
I have tttWITed< their
ounce bu Hf t f'.r tl,e pint" ,vie "tri. I
: weigh. Just a little over two If bv ant chim f den i: I get In vial

enci of you I pi'rain oily' it Is n' I beciu'e : I I
I hive not tile-i I' bit bwtuw ifih

: Available In pure whit Short time all'iwed lease aupportm
with your rule and fttj e import
you on the board al C'tirn* I'oinml..

.. Lnr.e '
JOH\ F, Fred) ARMSTRONG.' SR Mla Iet1I 1 wl+ W r
y BIRD FLYING KITE I a'im JI I fv1Nrs

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: :

RAINY DAY PAINTING I have aua'lfe-1' aa R candidate for
s 'FOR member of County Cvnmimion' DIN

.. Met 3. Nntsau County Florida In the

WALL DECORATION Coming 1 waa May born Demotratfc Jan A 11)39 primary, \In Niaiaul I ."!gts'YCIr e"I''v, e fpdNlSl"'N'M{:

; County and have been a reildem fort

< eari ,
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WATER TOY t am very much Interetted the I
\ WONDERFUL office of County ommlailuner, Dim hM n f.'e 1f rMi ,I'r"t 'NlrTtx63''a1aI A'ew t or ,y".n a7a

trlcl 3.I.m. A vM
employed hv Rivonler In. !['
AROUND GIFT cirporated at '...ndlno trench and
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ALL
have been for the post 13 y..... I
Y I have two children one boy 1J''

Venn ore girl' o oldVe
\ live I djI.Route I, lux: 'M'o'I; u:

vil!*. I
If the volera of Nassau County honor 1

001,5188t'irttont me with tie privilege of aervlng /
) them at their county enmmesknre.Charles I.
N. F-nnelt. will' be a "publicervant

serving our county: fnlrlv: and I rah ,
honestly I With special: prlvllegea to I
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mine and working lo better Nassau
County I
Your vote and support will be truly I

17 upprnciated Thonk. ',. Take the Cellulose

CIIARLES N. BENNETT away Rayonier



1 ', FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

I wish to ...nou.... to the votera nf

Nastau County that t .m seeking the -ancLwhat would be ? .
otfic of Coumy Commw_.. Uiatrkl missing
Three. tunjerl 10he May IDemocratic .

BEACH SUPPLY I was born Primary In tiewirt County (lnrlie Vnm mt rxt AND sonPolitical

', bay Ute MX enu rr I kM
been R Mrvue elation operator in
11 Atlanti'tnut! Phone! 2HMIS2 i Nauau County
I I 1 am married, to the former Gather.


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Pare Twelve News-Leader Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday March 26 19G1
.b. ___ ,_ _-, onh my hu..nd. I" our service ale. FOR CONSTABLE FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY AND 5th & 6th Grade Ken Nolan ChosenFor
lion operation end
presently we own
steel aid operate the Lacy I feanch; end This statement la to inform PORT AUTHORITYI "Oklahoma"
I :: to the Democratic Primary: on Poultry Farm I am presently trt..., friends. the peopte of Districts 1 I.ml Thomas H King announce myelf :
I Political AnnouncementsFOR May S urer of the Nassau Rebel and 1. of my candidacy for the office M candidate (or Ocean Highway Fun Club News. .
I am 45 of years of age. a lifelongresident Club, larl.' of Constable. I earnestly solicit your and Port Authority, < roup No. Ila Cast At Chipola
Nassau County a huh .
and I have two years alumdk. vole. and support In my behalf the May (th primary election Nasu
tchcxil also ellendudJones
graduate
Northwestern Stole. College at Njlchl I feel that having served as your .1 County BY SALLY JOHNSON Ken Nolan, son of Mr and
bloomers College MrL. ,
BOARD OF PI'BUG In an honest and efficient manner. always for lour In the U. I. larches. Louisiana. Constable for lour years. worked with I have been a resident of rarnafr
INSTRUCTION considering the high honor and I I aervsNavy. I am, married yeara. reside on Clinch If elected 1 ../lll serve arch of you the Police I Department tp'ff.: 14 years dine bleach and Nassau Counly for Hit! K Nolan, has been. chute, ,
t Integrity of this pfflce. I to the best of my ability and my experience as :* Chief of I ever twenty years
'' I hereby announce my candidacy If reelected to this office I shall Drive 1 am and presently my religion' employer Is llaptlst as Journevmnn Mftoer.'y.I Fernandlna for lleach makes me. well : I enlisted' In the U. 5. Army In INM We had about forty.six people atthe member of the cast of "OKI iiinln>

lor member: District of the 11 Board(iMilliard of ) Publicinitrurllm In tho Nassau continue County serve. taking all the care clllrens of :your of nltn Mechanic! nf Rayonler In the Incorporated MaintenanceDepart I BRENDA CRAVEY also qualified completed the an office extension I aeek I .h.v'l and served. In March two-andone ol 1K9D I was yearsoverseae him { Fun Club. last Friday who en. I to be presented at Chipola (,<>ii,.w
police work from the University drably discharged from' active duly <'nest 41... 4 .?->, and For : .
.(toning Democratic primary' business In a bueinearhke and fricirrJ and have been so employed for the Florida. Iin',: games. at Marlanna on May 8 9 and unMay
FOR HOSPITAL I am employed I with Rayonler
1 am a native ol Nassau County a TRUSTEE
ly: manner past S3
yearaI I have been a lifelong resident of been for rver 10 '" dance I the
and have ne 11.12.
property owner and taxpayer engaged 1 will sincerely appreciate your I have served four terms as presl I "I.h0 announce boat I am a can I Fernandlna Beach, own own electrical planted
In Kit timber business for my dent of Local No leg of International dldute for my I
I vote and active .upporlIIt.BERT member of I he Board of contracting business here and I owner !iris got to pick
adult lire 1 am the father of four am married a property
Brotherhood of Pulp, Ihits and Trustees of Humphreys Memorial Hospltal
: VANZANTFOR
children N I Paper Mill Workers. Nassau County Dl.lrlU No 4subject will the continue office Constable be available at all for dutyIn and buslnesa Photo man. Fernandina Beach T H, he partner they "Oh, (fat the good old da>'s II h'n'fallout' (
"I King Shop
I.m a member of the Ephesusj.llaplisi I
the of this
I pledge myself to duties to Uie Democratic
prlll.B'.onI \ > I sm a member of I member of the Fernancllna Some was nothing more
Church aloe the Musomo I 1110.\ am a vanled. sellout
HOSPITAL TRUSTEE office and will sincerelv appreciateyour May t \
Post (4 .
Legion and a member Beach Chamber of Commerce mem Jilt with
Hllllard' I than a light 0' ,
your 1m
vole' and active aupporti am a lifelong resident of Nassau un
col'1.'I 1 Florida Peace .. were
seek at all times la determine 1 wish to anniuce that I am a Officers bee of Merchants Aisn, firmer membr oys
I o.n'j W (Bully! JONESOR Counyy married \o the former Delores I I- J D Blizzard Dillon (IS.
I and
cUte need of the achool program and dictate for reelection to the Terrell. of Yule.; bane two children. promise continued honest and ol I-amandins Iliac J.iycwi voting but 'went i '
Member of the Hoard of efficient service a the people of Die associated with the Florida Profession Herald
to the ,
Jill: always attempt: Interpret I, Nae I and now reside et Rt. I. Box 1311. Hd' Inns IS. and 1 of Nassau County If al AI.nYour long with' the
., o( the people.My Humphreys :::II.ko Hospital I (' HOSPITAL TRUSTEE | HardI Photographers
,
; reflected the wilt be
desire I.0 help further develop sun County. I Two, subject 1 office Your vote and vote and support
a pro.rel.V. forward loukmg, educe' to the Democratic primary on May ,I I I would Ilk*'tut thank you for the I her am of the a World llaptlst War Church II veteran and ;I mem-pulpwood support In my behalf will be grsaUyappreciated greatly ..pp..ol..d.Th.nk. h Iris that chose
tlona program Such a ; S. Itxu). [ honor of allowing me to serve as you like the gIrl.. dancing and .
producer
"1 be reaches :by the n ln rrpe": ::: I have been privileged serve you your llnard ember, ., ,' during. the pant I If elected. I will try to make fair\ J. W. (Jim) PETERS TIIOMAS H KINO: lam etrj.thing1' '
live' endeavors of the school "board for the past sin years as Trustee I lour >ears *' ,1 and just decisions, on each prottiemand I Is Good Friday
.j i ,n embers. and If elected, I will dcdi and believe that during this tints I have hon..lltllll'ied to give fair will cooperate with other membersof Though next Friday CHERYLL CANON: 'I like
1.tale myxlf and ellorla to this end hospital, has made oon.ldo..bl. and just de.llionl, all of toe : the Board for beet FOR CONSTABLE we will have the Fun Club 'he.
1 will appreciate your vote and support grensIf problems coming before the Burr Your vote and active your support Interest will be I wish to announce my cartdldacy Friday Is Deadline anyway If you need to go to. square dancing Fun Club Is fun
Kill do' '
In my behall r* elected I my th'l To work with all members of the I
greatly appreciated J for Constablo for Districts III Masu DUFF COVER: "I think the
church service get someone Fun
W. A. (Arnold) HADDOCK to see that the hospital aifalrs Hoard and other Interested partiesto you may
LESTER ..
conducted In an Impartial and give you the best hospital possiblewith DAVIS County In the May 5 prhnary, to pick early Mr De- Club Is a place to have loads and
you up
ness.like manner, and lit the funds available I feel that 1 am' qualified for this To File For 1964 I "
I FOR BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION: Interests of the citizens of Nassau ,I If receded I will continue to work office, having been In law enforce I Sandro will lit you go. loads of fun!
County. for the best In hospital. care. find' FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE. : meet most of my adult life. servingthe PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY
1 : Your vote and support will be business management. with a r... I hereby announce that I am a I wish la announce that I am a greatly apnreclHiedLOUS sonhie, amount of YOUR TAX DOLLARS for reelection to he hoard of 1B35 to 1039 Department Grain Fun Club Friday They were Duff nth:
candidate for reelection, to the office A. FERREIRA Trustees of Humphreys Memorial I and from 1000 to IBM with theFernandlna I Cover and Charlene Combs We Ice Breaker RYTHMIC 11A \\IS
Your vote and active will Hospital District No 4, Milliard lleach Police Department
ol Board of Public Instruction Nassau support i
County District II. subject to the be appreciated. If reelected i I shall. do my utmost(; Friday, March 27. Is the last day hope they had a good time I II GRAND MARCH
been
"f.I Democratic primary on May I. IplIt /. FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE c. W (turn BRANDIESFOR to continue to serve our hospital' t I i nave of employed America: by.t ContainerCorporation the I I'ernandlna for filing an application to take i Many people like to say things Line and Couple BUNNY: HOP
has been my privilege to serve asmember t. J. W. (Bully) Jones. announce my best Interest, I have been a member I Beach division for the past 1 I' about the Fun Club and some of 10 minute breakGroup
a of the Hoard of Public Inslructlon cundtdncy for member of the Hoard of your Board of Trustees. since Jan part In the 1964 feed grain pro-
I for the past eight years. of Trustees of Huinphre Memorial HOSPITAL TRUSTEE nary 1901 and It has Indeed be.n.. Ulna 10 yeare.nd lleach, for have 14 years lived In Fernan' gram,'DeMtt' Connor, chairman, I their comments are below: Game HUMAN TC'f,\c

.t. I, During- _this._time.1 .have IfI.d0 serve. .. .Hospital: l. Nassau_ County_ District Ii' ,. I wish In announce to the, voters ofNassau pleasure. I thank serve you you for your In tills trust capacity and Your vote and support will be Agricultural Stabilization) and Con. |JULAN\E OWENS: 'Its lords of i TOE

I County thug I am a candidate influence. IgnutlyJESSEIIHoppyl I senatlon County Committee, aid fun and Mr DiSandro Is loads of Folk Dance DANCE OF MIA.:
lor member of the hoard 01 Truxteea I am, married to the former Mildred 1 ) REGISTERFOR I
11 of HumphrIrlct Memorial Ho.plto''. Dtn I Crawtord ad wo are the parents of today He urges growers who are fun too!" I ICO

No 5 Iii ree sons We are active members Interested In the program to call TED GREEN: "It's a lot of fun I Square Dante TEXAS STAR
; I I I realize the Importance of this or.I of the tphtius Baptist Church at OCEAN HIGHWAY AND : .
PROPANE GAS at the ASCS Office as soon -
I fire In the operation of our horpltal Kings terry. PORT AUTHORITY County\
i My only ohllgmlc I.0 you. the cltl I I am a Director of the Hllllard Med as possible.
I I tens of Nassau County, to perform my /leal Center; a director of the Nassau i Wl, James M (Jimmy) third: Sr,
I duties In the Interest and welfare of County Farm llureau: chairman of I I h to announce :my candidacy for "Time has s way of slipping up i
BULK AND BOTTLE
f I all the tnunty the Nassau County Fire Prevention ; the office of Port Authority. croup t. on us even though we think we I II
I I feel that my experience In meetIng comniiluM; a property owner and I will endeavor to contact all rents !
have the chairman nnlnterl
mid sprung the public: and my of taxpayer. lend voters throughout Nassau Countv plenty, HeadachesHeadaches
) : GAS APPLIANCES I fire ant .business experience qualifiesne May t say that I do. and will con I to the best of and will I out. "Actually, there Is only one .
: for thin office tlnue to appreciate" your vote and '0' appreciate. all mr..bllily.: shown noI day left In which to sign for this
i I served the public as a sub clerk live support in this campaign and I In the Democratic Primary oat May I. up I,
I RANGES HOT WATER HEATERS In the Calluhnn Pout Office hw four service to our hospital If ..le.l.d0 this office. I will enjdeavor :I years program. The office li open I for days weeks! months and lomclimet even
Venn; mv office experience and Includes bookkeeper I B. C. (Beanie) LEWIS I to the best of my judgment from S am to 4.30 p.m.., Monday year, tried many remedies with no relief? Yea we chiropractorsoften
WASHING MACHINES DRYERSFREE I three years for the as Justice secretary of Peace of I end :ability. to perform all the duties I'I through Friday We dnn't want any. : hear hat sad story' from patients Usually after a few dUI

I I fire In tall.,ih"n: my business exper FOR CONSTABLE and rekponnlbllltles body to be disappointed becausehe with spinal correction the patient reports welcome relief.
I two on an Insurance I hats been and always will be
lences are years I
I debit: two years a business partner I wish to candidacy terested In everything for the In'j I waited too long" Headaches are often reflex la nature from orginlc disturb
ESTIMATES ON I for tne. office. of unn.r.: for Ulstricts ment and progress of Nassau At last Conner explains ancei, such a* stomach, Intestinal, liver, Kidney, and pelvic dih.ordirj .
f I ( 1 S J. Nassau County In the May I veteran of World War Iserving year
am a : I I If that li true II may lake longer to relieve but the causecf
CENTRAL HEATING AIR CONDITIONING .
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the feed
t 5m prOnary.I I Iff the Nay for 44 moths. 291 J grain program coven corn,
'' of these conditions li also spinal nerve Irritations and
am employed by Rayonler Incorporated of which was overseas' train sorghum and barley Mini, many
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FREESOAP I have had approximately five. I I am a member of 81 Peter EPI..I chiropractic corrects the cause
S: VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AT years police experience. two years copal Church belong to F. and I mum diversion under the 14 pro. When the of disease Is corrected nature Immediate'
cause
the Florida Patrol two any
with Highway Amelia Lodge No 47, the Parent gram Is 20 percent of the Individual .
& BLEACH years with the I ernandlna bleach Teacher Association and 1.6.E W: I Iy brings healing and restores function, the symptoms then gradually .
I 113 ATLANTIC AVENUE Police Department and one year as Local 2011, farms total feed grain base. fade.A .
auxiliary policeman married to the former Margaret For than the mini
I I am diverting more
J FOR ALL YOUR GAS NEEDS I To Our Customers I am a member of the Five Points Stewart. who taught In Fernan. from feed headache li natures plea and her warning signal Remove
1 8 A.M.: TO 5 P.M. Baptist Church end have been a res!. Him Beach schools from IBM to 1M7 mum acreage grain pro. nerve pressure obey nature, ice your Chiropractor today.
dent of ernandlna Beach for 14 We art parents of two children Jim ductlon Into a conserving use, the I
t I OR CALL years. graduating from FernandlnaBeach my, 17, end Annie Jean, 11 diversion payment will be figuredat
ASKINSLAUNDROMAT High School class of 1959 I have lived In Nassau County all
1 I am married to the former Nadine my life, have been a taxpsyer for 29 a higher rate. If the diversion Is
\ Cook of ernandlna Beach years and have boon a registered 40 percent or more. the higher rate I Hours
J i SOUTHERN GAS & FUEL COMPANY If elected your Constable. I pro.miss voter. F,
applies to the whole diversion j
South 8th Street faithful fulfillment of the duties I hive been employed for 98 years
i'' of this ofllce and assure you, the at Container Corporation of America Besides I the diversion payments Mon., Wed., Fri ,
i PHONE 261.3961 OPEN 24 HOURS A people of Nassau County honest, tm and am at present Stationary Engl |
I DAYI (part of which be paid In ad I
t I partial and courteous service neer In the Power Department may 912 & 2.6 r
GLENN E. KITCHENS JAMES M. (Jimmy' ) BIRD, SR. v.nce.If: the farmer requests its, aparticipating I
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Cellulose .is one of man's most' useful raw What's new in Florida and Georgia -

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1 I titles of it. Cellulose is Rayonicr's business. cellulose, Rayonier is embarked on another .

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1 used to make thousands of miles of fabrics and.',';.: ;J: Take away the Rayonier cellulose? Your County JudgeJ.

I r I millions of tons of tire cord cellophane, .au->"'",.,e.',''You could almost as easily take away those

Sj; sage; casing;, photo film plastics, cigaret; filters \, .mi\lion\ acres of tree farms In the U. S. A.
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I News-Leadu, Fernandina reach, Florida Thursday, March 26, 1964 rage Thirteen


t'xpenslvel'lndow shades available ,| the smooth fit typical of full.fsihloned heat better when dull, and thus
For The HomemakerBy In plain colors and print' The bent : 1 hose with seams, I performs better with continued use

choice Is the washable I kind I I A ."..r either ironic of an entirely.. h- What makes a lipstick "perman. calling a plumber to tre.t110w"
'o4's rp able fabric I or of fabric treated with *" is a drain pour In boiling hot
; : :: i 1 ent Uusually II a special Ingredient
.. ... ., .. There also
; ; .. *"' I a plastic contlng are which causes the color to soap or detergent Iud*, Then flush
-j, ; Mrs. Mary N. Harrison roll up shades made of wood nl.ils penetrate skin more deeply but with plenty of hot running water,
,v r that can be quickly swabbed with a I l I hits no more lasting effect! on fab More thin \likely. any clogging layer .
< P Y Home Demonstrntion sudsy cloth or sponge at often as of areaSI'1'111 have disappeared
r t t Agent rues than a regular lipstick> This
needed While; :It Is no great chore::; !I means (that stains from "pt'rman. :I ed
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to lake down and launder 1 a windowshade If ____l!.___ ____ It U even easier to give It enl lipsticks cane out easily '
treated prompt, To remove lip. I Plastic freezer bags need to be
Since this li Easier week.'nd'nd According to one author this luprrslltitlon an occasional sudsy select w'Ipe-off the!! right I II suck from washable fabrics, first washed after each use In order' to
where It hangs So I type
< the svmb I of the season lathe I Is penslbily ef Teutonic ,'I' / soften with glycerine: then launderIn prevent contaminating later food
of rnblnct 'eiutaln in it )requiresIthe
egg we will tell you something 1'Criffin: From the Tuiteiw ('onusthe \ hut soup (or detente suds and I contents, Use warm soup or elder-
In It clean
I I leant ctfeirl keeping
I rinse, gent studs. rinse well and hang She(
about the rut! and Faster From livnd!: that Hireunh nine supernatural I
'te'a ro the pagan riles celebrating the return power a rabbit cmld lay ,I,I A rt b *. of spring to our Faster fel- 'I'eggs' tin the nig it before I tile Spring With scentless hose so popular II ) l 111I utensils In hut t soap or
tlvitloi. the fIll has been the cymbal I Festival and at sunrise', It'm the I d i Is vital tu suits> nylon' after very detergent suds, rinse, and dry well\ Some of the world' bent t golf
New Puhcajroula refinery of Standard Oil Co. (Kentucky) of the teuton I lie world over' Collection of eggs at the fret of a wearing HIP reason: launderings Dint try to scour sway the dill scores! are made with lead pencils"
The egg hal been hard boiled." :joyous child 'tightens tm'kings so even I the bluMi tine that tin pans develop Terry J, Carlson SykcsvUle

PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI hundred thousand burrtli of oil a I line I IGRlrllnl' colored and deroralcd, too ,! All these tales and all the religious ,, tubulir: tYI'1111 cling\ to legs/ for when heated; the metal absorbs i IPa''' Post Dlspitch

March 16: The fast-moving In. diy. this new rcliiury Is Americas Is It li laid that the original purpose symbillsm from 'round the ,.
growing
dustrlal upsurge of the Southeast most modern and consumption In coloring eggs/ was to Imitate world burst Into full bloom In the
one of the largest -
faster In the South than In
any
given added Impetus the the brilliantly.hued foliage Easter Bugs of our country, The
In
was as the world
new Pascagoula refinery of the ether section of Ametlta, and I the that came with the first flush of egg Is 8ll!) the syml>:I of the I.... COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
Covering tventv-six hundred ctnstructlon of this giant new refinery -
Standard Oil) Company: of Kentucky spring In northern Europe the, son the newness and fullness of
acres It Is fed with crude oil fl'(m at Paacaguula helps assure red for Thor life
full eggs were dyed ; yellow /
placed on stream
was the Gulf Coast fields In the of
I through theworlds adequate supplies years
for Eostre) the goddess who
Since this Is, Indeed< Fislertlmc: .
With a capacity In excess of one longest underwater pipe- groulh 1 ahead
I III lent her name to our Easter. In here la a collection of recipes for

--------.--- ___ :- the earl--. days- of.- the.--. Christian-- you, "
1'churrh.. eggs were colored redI I (Coconut Easier Flowers r'}
,. I the blood of Christ Medieval '
noting
I 1.1i 1 cups Puked coconut, tinted Do you have to ,
niY"t171' Fngllsh filk used red, blue
''U. I and violet d\es The Persians like pink \ .
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I t vanilla Ire
I quui cream brakes
pump your
created elaborate
J'' I the Russians I quirt chocolate lee cream

H. S. "Herb" McKendree shell works. of art out of the Intact egg Gumdrop Line custard candies t'UpsI IIh coconut! Do they grab? Squeal?

Haw I I Games and frolicking have long ''Spocn vanilla lee cream Into the
I been associated with springtime I cups and press against bottom Pull to left or right?,
+ I and egg.time, An early English and sides with buck if the spwn
Candidate For Sheriff I custom of rolling I down Greenwich I Add more coconut mound edges,, Jf SO. .) ro"v
: 11111 at Easier later was abandon.ed If necessary, Mil inters) with
: of Nassau CountyI and eggs were rolled down the I' chiHolal,* "lee cream rrc-oo several ,
Hill Instead The ttut rolling custom hours or overnight -
has survived, but now It Is Meanwhile, make /gumdrop flowers BE SAFE NOT SORRYDON'T
I '" i observed by children, InterestingIsn For stems and leaves use long,
t It. that the rolling of eggs on gumdrops Split each alone end
WILL BE IN HILLIARD the green has become for this Into four ncclic ns, Slick toothpick : MISS CAR SERVICE
( White House tradition lenKthwlsc lhrc section
country a >iijh one I i d.o"
: I Then there was the game of tapping anti spread out the other thrc'e !i J r
AT THE AMERICAN LEGION HALL THIS WEEK'SWedoallthlsT OFFER
eggs when boys try to Cut round giimdnps Into petal,. :
break one anolheri eggs( without shapes. and slick these Into the ,
SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 28 I creek in 8 their own And. egg hunts toollipleksUnmold, I' se s
have gone on and on from antlqul the Ice cream poll by ONLY I 1 1fr
| ty I II running a warm spatula around I
I The mysticism of the egg car. the sides of the custard cups, Insert .
Motorcade Leaves Fernandina Beach At 6:30'pm.:
rled over Into superstitions concerning I II a gumdrop flower In each Adjust brakes (all 4 wheels). Add :
the eggshell Folk tales Pot,
I brake fluid if needed .50 :
2
relate that the Dalmatians were I ft ft ft Usually
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: This Get-Together Is To Give "Herb" A Chance To careful to throw eggshells as fir to : Marzipan Easter Eggs Clean and hand pack front wheel 95: (:
from the house n possible
? 1 package (3 ounces) strawberry
|I create a boundary line which bearings, Usually 2,50 :
'rt" Meet The Many He Has Not Had The Opportunity I snakes could not pass Germans gelatin 2/3 cup blanched ground almonds e
whecllrl'OIl8'retainrr.
burned the eggshells because they Replace front O
To See ,As Yet believed that witches. who could (leakt' cause brake\\ .
, ....... 1 package (7 ounces) packaged
T not ordinarily cross water, coulddo I grated coconut grabbing). Usually 3,50 pr* By appointment
In eggshell boats I
sn 2/3 cup sweetened condensedmilk I

w raw Enter_ now_ _the.._.Easier- _. BunnyJOHN -,-, Re,bnlnnce front or rear wheela'' only
'. : -0' l"i' teaspoons granulated sugar (includes new wheel "u-eights),
u1/4u is ,4I 'ltedl E. ( Jack) 'i teaspoon almond extract I II Usually 4.t 00 Call
package
MATTHEWS choeolite squares I Rotate all 4 tires r o today I
Cimblnc all InwcdlinU: except S
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I For Governor chocolate: mix well, Shupe Into a 200' Just "Charge It"
Paid Political Advertisements I Best Qualified I II 'I roll 1 Inch thick and about 26 Inches I 1 say

Paid Pol AdvAuthorised Cut Into 3Inch slices I
lend
Take months to
by Cumpalsn Treaiurcr 1
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Into ,
Faster
\Shape eggs
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' until partially melted Remove .
-= 'I from heat and stir rapidly until osisi
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entirely melted Cool to lukewarm
I 'lor i temperature of 83 degrees ''
Reline brakes. .Install mufflers tailpipes
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of
F.1.) Dip only tip or one end the

I'glln chocolate or coat completely batteries, fan belts, radiator hose and spark't t I IiJkijcJ
with chocolate or drizzle choco)
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ij ale over the eggs Place on waxed plugs. and perform many other services

paper until firm Makes 36 eggs! ,
; ft ft ft AND, if you wish we will completely Get this nationally
recognized Car S..ty,
Easier Duck SAFETY CHECK YOUR CAR FREEI r ,stlck.r for your wlnd.hl.d,
1 quart French vanilla Ice cream
I 3/4 cup flaked eeconut)
Orange food coloring ..' ,,.
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Almonds I""

For each duck use one large ,
scoop Ice cream for body and a 1! ;a i iT ia
smaller head Place the
I scoop for I
i i1r : smaller scoop on top of larger one,
I Ia little towards one side to give .+ t tL tr
effect of head being In front I
6c4 t' fipiInkle coconut all over the IIul'k'l T

I Rub orange food coloring on an '
I almond with linger Stick the al.
i4 I mind Into the head for due'k's bill

Planning Makes 4 ft ducks. ft ft / wry

tl i ''i'yMP I Washable 8hld.s Protect OpenKitrhcn : f
d Shelve: II iw rnnny times, |
ahead have you wished 'those open kllehinshclvis
were cnhlncts with doorni I II ; i
I While dust seems to find Its way

to servo I everywhere, even Inside cloud
cabinets the contents of open slid I
I ves are completely unprotected
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better Consider using regular window I L
iii' you shades as i means of convening ,,
open shelves to cloned ones It's a I 'r, r
( imrcinlse, of course, but! does'
New and improved petroleum afford some protection, furtherm I hwlMikMUIIO

,u. .' a a products Better fuels for I IY 're, the shndit them.elves lend (
a decorative note to>> the kitchen
y : business and industry These have the added advantage of not I!

e Zrf'P. are the South's 1964 taking up the apace which cabinet

I""t dividends from Americas diors )require' for opening and \V. I. DU ROSE !MASTER MECHANIC I M AN EXPERT" IN THE USE OF OUR
can t bump head on a
you your
shudctThere i MODERN AND EFFICIENT. :' TESTING; EQUIPMENT
tafr i most modem oil refinery-
ate many attractive, In. ,
.t ( recently opened by Standard 'firestone NEW TREADSAPPLIED

1 Oil at Pascagoula More
ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRE*
powerful gasolines-designedto

'! give you betterperformance YOU BUYWE WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE

FLYTO Narrow or Wide Dalgn l ,
and increased
I \ GUARD i iOUP Tubeless' or Tubs-typs Lit for
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mileage-are almost ready
5KY !I 'J![;,

\ r ,(: for you to test in your car Our N.> Trtadt, /UnllM, to MiiMm end shop seek tnOUAMANTBBO :

L ,1 .' 4' You'll find them
soon
A nsttra. iIet_ .h masYwala. ss/ _10 Ieriee sire 4949
assert was/ cord, Isss ses.us.taeYlaMaY .
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.- Postmaster Urges. ,t Too Late .\To Classify Winn-Diltia Chain 'corresponding compared with"period S72BC8S17! last rear for, the an .

iltt us wllh the detail works"Marsh I I Records Increased Increase of $27,433593' or 479 per. "

: duly of emphislml the commission that! the Is first Ma Caution To Avoid I KY RUSSELL KAY Soles Over 1963 cent
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I A CAPITA LETTER U Inn Dixie Store, Inc which
| p"-ntrct society" I I With northern visitors to enter. bells! wait table sell sr.u\'I\I"! JACKSONVILLE, FLA WuinDlxlt I orcrate a. number of tupermar.,
I "A /good! parole prosoeet Is ntI t I Being) DefraudsdN'Mnj j taint I found It I good excuse Icr mash dlclies! drive eib! or buses, Stores, Inc recorded a sales'I kola In this area. now bal a total
JERRY MOCK ,I lent to prison today," Marsh sad'! ,11 trip to Miami While I hive vis. five you: a tip tn a dig or lur-r, : Increase of 501 percent for the 4. of 623 retail stores and.8 wholcsilf
"We have hard time lied the Magic City between ten- I show where It and whet to
a finding fl' you ga: week
tVt period ended March 7 compared units the South!
I mall frauds throughout computed
(Second of two parts) ,said some Interviews are very good men In release" i ;''sons and during summer, It hadbeen | see, for I price and manage! some- with the wholesale
millions from with and I
the public anmm%; I corresponding per. BOJ retail
brief, some last 20 minutes or a long time slice I was hew to eat and sleep and some. "
TALLAHASSEE Three men Louts! Marsh mod the name argument i and are Increasing, Potmn (or-j Ilod! a year ago/ u:ill* I year elI,
!even im hour Walnwrlglit there at the height of the' winter times make bundle
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with black bags trudge the state, en Florida. carols figures' Irt I I W H Melton urged! teddy Jot *I I ,
head of the Division of Corrections season and It opened Sale volume totaled $69,HO.170 i j I
I my eyes.The '
13 Florida released 38 S k-e.1 l They say It take rll kinds of I Disastrous
dally deciding per cent 1 resident tike ca:' In rosy Season
year after year during'
said a prisoner down beglu I Gold Coast area Is j compared Will) IG3.5S8S74
swamp ,
the fate of dozens of prisoner In 101 ft' Inmxtes on parole In prmdlng to solicitations from r&, { people] to make a world aid: the Th Brldsh'1 ,
Broadcasting
to relax until ho has been In an ed with tourists. The motorist, tnJots the same period In 1UC3. an Increase Ccop.
tract U 8. JI"llIo-nl relensed knrwn Cold Coast has all kinds. They *
Florida's cnmpanlt or to "offer Mi' I
Orchestra Jhla
system
Interview 10 minutes r"n'l he check In Symphony tpen
I will find
The three men are the state per cent, the Northeast sta'c good to bs true," V the "No early, I I pack her hotels, motels and res.tauranti of $3.331,790. I season with a performance of Stra-
Vacancy" sign the order
for endrecetved
commlislon! asked
parolo commissioners Raymond The! additional field mipcrvlaor per cent Heri. aiy",nmo other Melton laid that he had rerflr- of the day on the main/ irterles, I her race tracks and cron'l Sales for the 36,week pcrM end. vln'ky'i'The Flocd" and end talth
B. Marsh, Francis Bridges Jr., urea: Washington 09 2 per cent, ed Informational material fromPoslmaslf' and rooms are hard to find tons, her buses and cabs, ed March 7 totaled $000281913 Roberto Gerhard "The Plague"
from the 1983 Legislature. It even
and Roy W. Russell The Parole I California go.3 per cent, Louisiana !' General John A. Gro. off the highway, and shops, beauty parlors and bar. -- ---
Commission policy Is that no prisoner I was authorized about 20 super. 693 per cent and Kentucky 31 nouskl about the problem and that her palaces and we love 'em
gets a parole unless he 1.1 visor besides some admlnlstra.tlvn prr cent the Postal Service I II pressing/ The average good motels are full I God blet 'em, Just like New York, I
aides to help them personally, every night at rates from $18I
up ,
Maine, the Carolina Lis Vegas
Interviewed by one of the three. Why 1 Is Florida] so tow l In com. strong drive against quicker .b)'. ::
But the three commissioners .. mail, land I to $24 a day or more, the same and a lot of other places I Ike us
They make the rounds of tome 40 j 1 I. rli 'n with 1 i'me other itatetTMarsh fraud promotion, ;vp'work.at.home '
In the state. refuse to delegate authority to schemes accommodations!: you pay from $10 when we lone our mind and go J tj "
and and
camp prisoner said It Is due to protectionof the
Some ask If these three have II 1 district supervisors to Interview the population like I to $12 I day for In the off seasrnjTh seeking greener pastures rJEW LUCITE = ;; "
kind of magic In their black bags 'and report back to them on prisoners The commission' OWl figures Melton noted that one of tli 1 ( swank hotel like the Foatalnebleau God Bless America GO, Go,
Criticism denied by at least one ready for parole. These some make parole Important when pos. stiffest prison term ever admin. Americana Eden Roc, go, It keeps the wheels turning and
of them, I I. that since the three district supervisors, however, are Bible According to the commls. Ittered to I medical "con tntiB,", Deauvlll are all Jammed, and the the axle Ifea.ed'i t.UJUSE PAlNT-A '
can lee only a few prisoner each given similar authority to recommend slcn, It Beets about $104771 less a won given to Roy Wright DeWellci.! night club featuring. top name ., :
day, they dont see a prisoner revccallin! of parole. year to supervise" I man on parole of Pas Christian, Mlsi, who madean entertainer art turning them Jack C, Hodges
him to rel'x. "We have no troub keeping up estimated away, Tho average minimum U ..
long enough for or probation than to keep him Inorison $1 5 million peddling -
Marsh said the potential parolees with the Interviews," said Marsh, Thla docs not Include the a worthies "oxygen therapy" de-, "6 with dinner or $10, If you choose SeesCt6ostGuard? solves. moisture-_ =
are gives enough: time during I eninterview presently chairman of the com. hidden savings such as getting vice known as Detoxacolon. I to drink your nourishment I Duty Near" Labrador
with him or one of the I mission, "Under the 1933 Legislature his family off the relief roles] In DcWclle! was arrested after' The thing that amazes me Is ." L 2nd :-
other two commissioners Marsh wo received two men to as- somo cnci, rte. sending out 10.000 postal cards that most of the tourists are from USCGC YAKUT (FHTNO: ) blistering S -=
-or Scattered Indication are that promoting the quack scheme New York or other metropolitan Jack C. Hodges. damage control !i .
I
tome changes might be made In In another recent case at San areas In spite of the fact that man third class," U3C3, rn: of r. problems ::. -=-.
I the commission by the 1965 Legislature Francisco, Edward II. Johnson, i they have plenty of entertainment and Mrs E'J': '\lop ;are of Route 1, .:
: I Son.I Charley E. Johns of doing,' business as Comstock Land I and night life, the finest food and I Hllllard,, ntf' lfcturned : to New

I Starke, who has been InterestedIn Company and E. H. Johnston I accommodation In their own back Bedford, Mass,. March 14 abojrd ,I It's so easy to give your home the beauty and protection
the prison' system for sometime : Company, was sentenced to six YrdtheY get a big kick cut of a the Coast'Aun..1"-Cntter' Ynkutat I of new LUCITE1 House Paint.'When
has stiRRCslcd increasing the months In prison, followed by four trip to Miami and din t mind after compll4ij'i'flve'' wca applied according{
,
I to label directions, )It t solves the age old problem of moisture
commission by from two to four I and one.half year probation, for pending several hundred dollarsfor ther and ccean"eraph: patrol In
members Such packing of the i mall fraud Johnston was also ordered a few days in the Florida (the Labrador sea' blistering in practically every,case and lasts: far
commission would take some of I to make restitution of $80"- swing. While on station, fie' shIp re-1'i longer than regular oil base paints
the power away from the present 000 to purchasers of worthless de. While our blue sea and sunshine malned In a ten mile square and : "LUCITE" House Paint covers old paint, all masonry and
triumvirate! !! Johns has backing I! sort land near Elko, Nevada. Postal have their appeal, there Is more provided weather data for the Wca. i| wood surfaces quickly and easily. J
from some experts In the field Inspectors accounted for near to It than that. Winter In Florida ther Bureau, navigation and communications :
I Another suggestion would not ly fifty Investor who had signed I la a sort of statue symbol. Itj I II services for trans-A'- Dries in one hour Clean brushes I r< w'
Fresh! I require such drastic action giv. contracts totaling $250000 In the I means you can afford to go with lantlc aircraft and conducted a I Ideep. with water.Resulta I, 'l ,
Absolutely Ing the district supervisors more belief that the famous Nevada : the crowd and boy the thrill you .sea oceanrgraphic survey of rich low.luster \.1 I '
lovely, ,
authority and letting the controls Comstock Ranch was Involved /get talking about it when you get the' Labrador current. IIk\ _
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slcncri act only In unusual cases. In Augusts (Georgia), Homer back home, While on route to New Bedford '' finish of fur longer life .than regularoil 1

Highest Quality! This has been suggested/ by offl.rials Ward pleaded guilty to mall C'I Folks who lead a more or less Yakutat removed two Injured I-I\.I bass paints /J.lft' Ii
of two cabinet organizations I and was sentenced to two years I normal life in their home bailiwick !. men from a Spanish fishing; veFssi 1 No primer needed for previously 111111 IIII I
Under the commission's own figures probation for operating a faith who wouldn think of play. and towed a disabled naval vessel i painted' surfaces In good condition" ; llillf II, '
large some 17 of the 119 parole healer scheme Public loss 1* estimated log the hones, boozing It up, or Into port The Navel vessel had Just apply one or two coats.New'WITE" R4
Variety supervisors have resigned from I In excess of 2300. patronizing costly night spots, let lost Its propeller while at sea., I I'I
the commlislon since 1962 Lackof And In Chicago Bpldon Clyde, their hair down when they reach
authority or Initiative could be I convicted\ al violating 18 USC 1821 the Gold Coast They spend money Smokey Sayaf'ssuowesniew'T II I House Paintwhite
a contributing cause IIIlCh\| a which forbids use of the mails tn like drunken sailors and love it
Peterson Packing Co. mass condos, although the commission 'the \taking of Impressions or the I and when their dough runs outthl'Y
I
'oenwris
( (poor pay. 'than persona licensed to practice saving It up for another spree peA1 RLINO,enM' inlMMla." .
FLORIDA'S FINEST SEAFOODS I I dentistry, was sentenced on Dec I come next winter, outtsq
I DIVIDED ISLAND ember 20 to thirty days In the custody Then there are the real sunshine
i,: ADJACENT TO MARINE WELCOME STATION of the Attorney General and I seekers Plain folks from smell rsr Oee7 8.55 fll.,
I The Dominican Republic, scene !two yean' probation Operating as towns, farmers from the midwest t, war arrow .
Phone 261.3137 of a military coup, occupies the Tru-Grip;; Dental t Laboratory, he ,! small business men, mostly senior I re ,a Mrcwwr en cjf.uicna j "'i' ,
for ill exterior trim:
eastern two-tlilids of the mouat..In.I encouraged owners of the old citizens, who come for rest and i 1[
I bun green Island_.of, Hlspanlola, plates to make their own Impres- I recreation among friendly folks HOUBIS***ads) ***1J DUIUX Trim and gutter Enamel
-- dons with I preparation he fur. I They soak In the motel pool l play
e. nlshed and from which new plates shufflcboard. hunt for shells on I in only\ bright colors.. $3.05 Q*,.
were manufactured Many complaints the beach, take drives around the "I
II were received alleging dissatisfaction area and seldom I drink, play the I II

.. ,l(..!ponies or go :In for night clubbing 'frL1A Y i NAAU UIDING! 'Bt SLY CO.
I In Phihdrlphla, Jacob D. Morris of them come back year .It
i .. EI 71, was arrested for prtbatlm utter I year and spend two weeks I
I Ie '
violations and sentenced to sixty: months They are careful 1121:) South: 8lh. Street Thond"' 251-CGI3:: '
: I with their and get value sod ahoueht .,
day*' In prison lie hadboen.placedon money t.' for parents tool f. .
I five years' probation for mall received and seem' to lhorough'yenjoy ___._ L I .
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'64 Jet t'smooth Cblvrol.llmpala previously] served time for a similar the whoopee and hoopla that surrounds I
Sport in,
Coup ((119 wheelbase
). violation, resulting tan* them ,
,
r "work-t-hrmc' schemes, and hi!* I ,Then there! are the grlfters the Now we have the finest ,::11"
the touts and ladies
criminal, history elites back toIU3. Jib seekers :
I 1! Th9 latest action was for of the evening/ They follow the precision quality stainless ''steel .
I II filching $3,000 from the public by :[money) looking for an oppirUnllyU I If ?
fast buck
make a They hap ,
advertising for persons to address ',::1 .
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and mall advl'rllslng'matter, with I II.'BI'nlngs fiH\'U': 1 e I.o 1"I "i ;. \ CS,;i......;'. VI
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up to $181 weekly Md f JOHN E. ( Jack) ..u 1...." J.l'V. ..ltolo!'. '," '
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offering for sale various acts Ct ;"gjpaagj: ;[ &' ;
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T/T earning Instructions m ney and sample at ; home outfits, Most fee.: ,: MATTHEWS Fire Points: Gracsry: .'i' .''> ::1..ft A-vSoiJ! : ,V1A j'

who sent to Morris Mn 1ii/ ,/ j fv7V. ,iil 5>.l J?;
people money ,
Nw Chavellt Mallbu I irA ; "ry
Sport Coupe ((115 in, wheslbase) received notMng .Best Qualified For Governor t ','1'4't tlO.clI; i '

"It should be emphasized:*,: ,. Authorised. Paid! Pi I u. Art*. Your Wilkinson( Sword Dealer ,.:". :,, .''."'' ... '
bv Campaign Treasurer
PnstrrMsler Mcltrn willed, "that .
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business by
most businesses doing :' -, ""' ,,- --- -
mall arc reputable firms, Including I I' '
many that may n'l t be familiar :
to the prospective purchaser::I
However, If (hire Is any doubt, It .
( Is best to Ret information from reliable
sources, such as (he Better Any Way
Business Uurenu In roses where
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Jd ,
II '64 Chevy n Nova Sport Coup ((110 In. wheelbase) their la a genuine l basis for rise ,
I plcion of Ira,Kir we would like to
have prompt Inform'itlun. from the You
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$3. public In my attire and I will )
I see that appropriate acJon( Is

x taken" Look
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TilE ORPHANED

Furtive, pleading! eyes ,
Lock out upon a hostile world

'64 Corvair! Monte Club Coup ((108 In. whcilb***) With fear and foreboding I II I [tAt It. r'
Seeking, like trapped animals, gel"' ? r
Escape from a destiny
iri That knows n.'!Uhcr pity nor remorse i I ,t I "e ,)

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Tiny hands,
Uu-cand: and unkempt) I YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT, u C't 4 ,
v Reach out to be acceptedBy ,,
a world that has little concern

!Small Fur the llNlud helpless feet. : THE SERVICE YOU ,GETi..FROMSUBURBAN (}

64 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coup ((98.In. wheelbase) Wander ceaselessly

I In search of love to guide them :

I f Chevrolet will go to any length Love I lonely that lies grave sleepingIn PROPANE

0 lovel! O pityl () remorse! .
; ,1 I to make you happy Forgive o Lord, our negligence I II
Give Thou, to us, an understanding I

f Things have changed a lot since a Chevy rolet and Chevy II (and between parking That we heart may give to these of Our Office, Showroom, and Plant

I was only a Chevy. Especially your ideas meters, with five whole feet left over). greater aced Serving All Nassau County
I of what you want a Chevy to be. Then, too, there's the sporty IWoot The love mid Umlir care All In Fernandina Beach,
I So now you have the Jet-amooth Chev Corvair, so right for so many ,pewit (you Tint thl'" have lust l,
rolet-17}Jlfeet of That they may know the love thatIs with Guarantees Ycu
pure luxury, bumper girls, in particular)) that we ye never Fast And
l t. to bumper. The size makes it a luxury car touched\ an inch of it. And finally, Cor- their due
But not the price, vette-still And bridge: the bitter sea of Efficient
14H feet and still, top much Service
t P/.V,11 family the thrifty Chevy II. for any true lover to say no to. lonelinesK, Radio Dispatched Trucks
short Until the day they Thee In
I I a 15foot) car with all kinds of The long and of it Is; you don't see
,\ passenger and luggage/ space. have to go to any length to find exactly Thy glary VIa A
I' the This year, your choice might be the kind of car you want. Just And wait are them restored thereIn to those who 1 24 Hour ServiceBy Carry Full Line Of Appliances

:1 I p tized new to fit 16-foot-plus nicely between Chevelle Chev, BZ see the five different lines of cars a more perfect land. I To Suit Your Every Need
A at your Chevrolet dealer's.W Herbert Luke ,I
.
; i I Qualified Service Men

MEAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS ChtmM. Cfcmll.. Cleat U Can Clnette Men ud Mmejr
1 WASHINGTON: Some big, '
f round number were cited a* land I And Men Suburban 7 South 7th St.
marks )Just pissed by :the;:: Sexenth. 1 Delivery

i I day Adventist Church Its statistical Propane Fernandina Beach, Fla '
OMOTOR CO. department said that In its 100th :

It'... ,_., anniversary the first time year look the In church more than for I Meter, Bottled or Bulk Gas Service Phone 261.3661

outh 8th Street FERNANDINA EACH, FLA. Phone 261.3636 100000 new numbers, and had .I Income I n
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12 FT BOAT AND TRAILER, with WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS of Southern Bell residence custom. I to HOT fur 1063. DlnoiiMlng the :'j

WANT AD RATES I new S hp Clinton motor $150Phone any make. Stoves clemita Southern Bell Spends $373 Million cla now have four.party service share wrrr K 10 In IIHI3! rtmipnird Bryant Academy ,. ,

281-5378. compared la 35 cent 10* nrrtl lot "vast amounts of P-TA Sets Annual "'
is per! word .IS minimum tIc Buy, tell, repair used fornitun per Ours new capital :

Card of Thsnk*. Retnlntlonatod Ph. Hester's, Yulee 5-S294.:! tic For Y In 1963 ago, the report si Id. I ," Mr. Gllmer said the com Banquet April 13 d..
Expansion Improvement
StmUar Notice' Singer Slant-O-Matlc The area served by Southern Bell pany "must continuo to strive for I' '

II per woN siN wMnraCal REPOSSESSED, like new does hns teen Increased Induatriallta.tkin I level of earnings that will enable The P.T.A. cf Bryant! Academy 11, '

everything without attachments. HELP WANTEDWHAT Southern Bell Telephone Company :Demand for telephone service said Mr. Gllmer, and this has ua to dl) more quickly more of the
261-36M or 2H..1MT: 1 will Hi annual banquet I In ..
Balance due $141 or responsible spent a record-breaking $373 mil. continued strong In 1061 I the report resulted In an Increasing standard! things wv want to do to make out I sponsor ,

; or platt ill At t "f flct party pick up payments of $7 mo.! LADY HAS the prettiest lion In 1963 for facilities to expand stited. There was an Increase I ot living for the people of the service better and more uieful." ''I the school cafctorlum en April 1J 'I'

511 Ash 8trNt Call collect 355.4604 J legs on Amelia Inland Find out and Improve! communications services of 4070'JO Southern Bell Telephones south I I Residence extension Increased 1964 at 7.30; PM. A well planned, u i

--' -- villa, aCboP'l at the FBSTF on April 11. M26c for a changing, growing south, In 1963. To achieve this net gain, I Southern Bell has spent almost'I by 120,000 to 1,538,003. This pro. program It being prepared. > Vl

FOR SALE TR I ROADSTER, black, : -- 'be'- President Ben S. Gilmer reportedthis the firm connected or Installed !,. three billion dollars In the past 10 duced a new Mart of 34 residence The banquet will climax P-T.A.V
WAITRESS Must over 21. u|
i giant contribution to the South'aeconomic 424 000 telephones disconnected I, I Its extensions Pt'r 100 residence main the to aid
equity and assume $32 month In Blue Seas Res. yean to expand and Improve ipeclal activity for year, ) ,,?
Apply ,
person (17.000 and moved another 770,090..1
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growth In the tlrnl'i 1063 GUmerHid. telephones.Sixtynine. Its drive.
I payments. Ph. 2613198. M26p services In the south, Mr. In project
IfcWAaTRtsS ( ,
taurunt. annual report released today In At the end of the year Southern of Southern Mrs. Menlorla Mobtey President
\NTIQUE CHINA and glasses. per cent j,
1255 S. Fletcher Ave. Phone Mi. ....--- : Must be! over 21.:See I Fcrnandlna Bench one of (1 exchanges : Bell! cperaled) 8,415000 tCil'ptlnoPs.Residence I I "Our expenditures for plant Improvemeiit Bell customer ran now dial their > Mr. James B. Bryant, Principal i 1

3331. tfcVEW. FOR RENT Mr.. Klght Surf Restaurant. Ph. which Southern Dell, serves : customers with Individual expansion and toil 01 own long diitanii talus
Increased from 63 .., I
In Florida. lines percent
261-5711. M26c: I' operation have a lubslanllal Im. Polnllnf out the Importance/\ ol .
; : 3 BEDROOM house, lot 100 ---'. --.., .-- I The year 1963 was Southern at the end of 1BA2 to 66 per I purl on the South' economy," he providing ronunimlratlmtn in tilt .

ft: deep oil old Ferimndlni Rd. FURNISHED! Bedroom, living Bell's second: consecutive record. rent nt the end of 13.! Ten years said. I detente of the nation, the report

at O'Ncil, School bun mill, room kitchen and bath. Phone SITUATION breaking year In bjlldmu new facilities. alp> only 25 per cent of Southern I I In I3 Southern Roll's opernl. runted; that t the, largest military' I MORE CAR FOR :

church. Bank financed. Ph. ZOU 145... no WANTEDWOMAN I The timnuiiy' spent I2G loll residence custimrrs hnd ltrli.t'tduul lag expense! and taxes, must itt maneuver In pcncctimu lilslury Ravi I I

3N3! or 201.4743.MVLTICOLORED. |He million mere III li!. than In 1962.... lines._ .Only seven per cent 1 I which llflwrd Into the region's economy Kmiihfin Hell and Its cmployieian LESS MONEY :
--.--- 124 South 3th 2 BEDROOM, furnlnhetf -- -- amounted In 1851 million opportunity! to dctnmstrale!

Collie pupplet, house, clean. Phone 261. WANTS day's work Iron. Of this, $240 million was paid In what they tan do on on cmrrurnrybtiils. I .

short. nose. If Interested coll fill. __8389. M2fcYULEE tag cleaning, child care Have taxes to the federil government, The rnonth-lnnn operation i 1962 Ford Station I

.331..; MfflpI96J references. 806 Broome, Minnie slate Rovcrnmrnt: and (to 5,71)0) local wilt Strike lit, centered In South

UNFURNISHED duplex Huchcl. M26p:! taxing!, units. Tills amount dues nut (4irulina, ri'iulred| the night and ; Wagon :

1 COMET. Tad up' pfiymcnlsonly. house, Large rooms, 2 bedrooms in..liHie the len per cent federal day work of many Southern! Bell !9) PnMengcr Country So- ,
Phone 261-3012:: after 6 p.m. dinette, living room, carpet, util. NOTICE RELATING TO SALE dist.
excise tax on local end long eliipln'>eei. dim V8 Radio Heater
M26p ity room. Ncar Terminal Bug. $45 PUBLIC NOTICEIN mice service which was $ita million I I
One Own r 4
Auto. Ti'ans.
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nicnth. Phone 2255374. A2c lilt CIRCUIT COIl 11'1, IN AND BONDS la 13.! Telephone. Rcrvleo In the
GAS CLOTitej OF Revisions Made In
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DRYER, $ro 4D.
I OH NAssAu! ('OIN1't'IORI A. only hou ,'hllid, utility with such I I Only $1895 !
COO BTU invented gas healer FIVE ROOM: furnished apartment IN' IHANtFRV Case No, 2711
Till!: PKIDKN1IAL' iNst SANE tax, tin- lepoit stated, despite' c- Sales Tax Law For -
with thermostat, safety 'control, 432 N. 3rd St. Phone JG1-4945 OMPANV Of AMUKIIA: a ...,por.. Total coil -960- I
$75. Phone 261.3174. MJSc M cONE IIM, Notice in hereby given that the official meetIng torts la repeal It. untie Charter Boat FeesFees '
million In 1DM.! .
PUInlUf, was $413
Commission
... of the Florida Development Chevrolet Station
FOR EASTER Baby rabbits for : UNFURNISHED, 2 bedroom AUBREY L. nLOL'NT (ltd JEANNE Tallahassee Florida will be held on April 13, Southern Bell's earnings per pild charier boat and guide

salo. Wyche Bryce, phone 261. duplex apt. Back of Courson's CI.ARKK ItLOUNT' his WU>. aDd boat operators who take persons Wagon

3172. M26c Store, S Points. Gas heat, Contact JKaMB JONES, -pndjntl. 1964, at 3:00: ) p.m., In Room No. I at the PUBLIC: NOTICE finding ciimot be taxed al admlu. V3 Rndio Heater

... Gene McCall or phone 261-5649. eidtit30 or Hit Cherry Plaza Hotel, 431 East Central Houle. NOTIOH OP APPI.ICATION lions under the suits lax law It PowcrKlicle One Owner
EASTER SPECIAL Fresh orchid THE STATE Oh FLORIDA: TAX DEBU: was announced today by J. Ed
M26p lila
blooms for sale. Cora Winans,, TO.: AUB.tEY: Holmes L BLOUNT5SJ Run Parkway vard, Orando! Florida. All bids for the purchase NOTICE IS He-HEEY i.lVEN. that Etrauklm, director of revenue.Buiwd Bargain $1295

Five Points. Ph. 2615421. M26c 1.'f oCt Brookivlll ) Road Revenue Honda of ''c. A, Tompklna, the bluer of tlie 101.|
1)25,000
of
cerilftoatea
ondrla. VirginiacOAwek limIng hat riled said cerIlllentea tn recent rulings of the I
TWO ROOM Unfurnished house. Al CLARKJ: BLOUNT Naswu! County and all bids for the purchase I for a 11111 deed to he laeuedtliereon ar/d; Attorney General, Slraughn said T959 Fotd VaToiT
The cerMficat hurhhera
SMALL
TWO bedroom house, Five 3 ROOM FURNISHED garage SS23 Holiri Stun Turkw-y
I3rhohovitl.Atesandeis..i OOOO() Manatee County Rend Revenue I so arsoliss mi-e. me rlew'rlallon of the Ihlt'l PI't'tuUun and rule applying Pickup :
Points. $209 down and take up apartment. Virginia of the 'U lie. property, ;sod the nimea, In cObb the lax will be rescinded retro.uctlve .

payments $30 month. Phone 261. -dtf You art her.by nollIllat a lull Rondo should be addressed to the above II'CERTIFICATe ens 1I..d NO.5S a 01 lIInwo Year, III: h.u ID July I, 1MJ. iVrfunds''' .!If Bargain $695 :

2020. A2c i SMALL ONE bedroom unfurnished has entItled baan naus.sn find. (Blnit 4" that you' you In 'the art above r.. location in accordant with the official noticeof I ",.. 1'1111O..tlptlolt tax remitted wUI be allowed{ whereapplicable' --.- -
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nf Property, lot 5( Section
bane! qulrlj 08 III. yOu arliwSr, with theCI..II : 1959 FAN. "
IORSE3, PONIES and Shetlands. sale published herein. ::11I twp 4 rame K. '
of thia Court and to serve a bond "
TWO ROOM furnished I IiVeareley .
apartment C
samaad -
Name In width
Sixteen fine head to choose Irom.Lee'l copy tharaof upon the plaintiff 1 or Cat 44 Saratoga, Calif.Celt4'l'tCATE Rental Of boats without crew, 2 Door Hardtop
Stable behind Boles Gro. plaintiffs attorneys, whoa same and : NO. tl Year uf issa.i0erptlt.it where the customer takes over
address I is Ulmer, Murchlaon, Kant, I
c+ry. tic.DODGE H. r. IAHLMAJ1 Aihby 4.I Ball: (SO Florida National i Florida Development Commission lunce, IWtI : Si f Lot 11 Bf custody, operation
-....--" PhONE Ml. *:&1ON8 Hank BuUdlnf Jackionvlll i, Hur I a Properly 111 the bOla will cimtlnuu to be tux- ond HeaterJteduced

PIONEER 1980 Radio Ida not later than the lath day ol of The tate of Florida 1\ lion...a"If"94\twp which, rerife.......4 H X.: 1'.11.) able. Alto, -eailed party boat \
April 1M4. If you IM to dr. t. fa $195
.1...., Leuiavlile 4, K.a"rrnncAtt
LARGE BEDROOM hoMe! ; lO.nt.j 1227 Bates
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ajid heater neat covers, whit crm pro cometao will b' charges. where "persons are admit

sidewall tires. Phone uafurnlshed $35 month Completely afainat ute complulnt you lor the Thin relief suit I.demandedIn to fore IJjrJ, \Uihtrlnzton \ HO. Jt* Year .. Ia.u. ted at st much per head for the : 195"8"--
261.3586.M26p 261. M7tfettfrlpilon -
renovated. 1
Phone ante -
I rInse a mortgase encumbarlnl thltallowing Secretary nf Property -Lot 19 ten- privilege of llirurg.wlll ccntlnuo Ube
4109 oT 2 1-MU. tee deacrlbad' foculecIn
property
Flinlda, tin I Iwp IN runne M laxahlo as admissions. Chevrolet V8
WO BEDROOM CONCRETE block Na ala rounty, lo-wlf: ... 41 Ifam In whirls passes ad EdwurdW
VuRNISrlED"- Lot 3, Clock 4, LAKESIDE: PARK :;
APARTMENT linyc Iii> if. ilrnnd Ave, LuaAn Pcwerirllde DependableTransportation
home the river at Nassau In Cullahan, I'lorlda, ac-cnrdlnf to Drink
on ;.elee ,, CallS.EItrIFICATE I Potent
downstairs, I bedrooms private plat thereof recorded In Pint Book .ff I of ttau-
vtlle. U Year
loa X 517 lot Max Bass. No.
ph. entrance Phone 261-4227. tic rO", page 39 of the public recnrda IMS LONDON, Mrs. Alice Stlllwel), I
nnce. .
21.5839 M26c of N.asau County Florida.WiThErs -------.....,-- ----- -- -_.-. ---- O..lplion or Property LOI I 36, was awarded 50 pound 11401) I Idaslaslcs Only $295
Singer Slant Needle my hand and the official ---- lornNnnie 8ur. Section :Ia twp 4 rants __
1 BEDROOM APT. sctiHin i
TWO upstairsfurnished. seat of this Horurable Court thIs 4U eonnldfred, and the Honda will he I today against a '
f CONSOLE MODEL All electric kit. 8 SIAoU4..eh A. D 1M PUBLIC NOTICE(: aw Med to II'. rtl.Mer' whnr Md p.... I 14. In which ameiued AC. which Ilirough error icrved her a 1959 Simca
Like new, In perfect condition ilg- /5/ D O OXUYCLERK : dales the lowest Intereit rm\\ af'er' dedurrlnf Petit, Marguerite Ave, Mill Vulliy,
Chen. Phone 2614230 or 261-9269. glass if washing bli'ai'h Instead ol
OF THE CIRCUIT COUH1 NOTICE 0. 110.0 SALK Ihe pre.nlum' ollu...". If any Meal Mil\ Car tug Can
nbg. makes buttonholes! DOES
tic nil /./ Rare laO 11IM f? Vfbr uf luuania lemon idc. She downed, one swig
IJotrr.VI. I' lutcreit on the premium. II any. 'will ;,I"IC.\TE" NO :90 Savlnir' For Metnan'o
THE WORKS original price '300. FLORIDA nrVFt,OPMENT not he rnneldered 55 ,leln't.h'e' "i 1111fe'crintion and It took her itomucli the: daysto :
Balance $03.30. Responsible party unfur- 4t a U. ID. II, 4-1 COMMWION: netoftmlr' 0' the nM Intereat cnet Indetemrinlni Properly' Lol II lIee. ally Mlndfil Owner
ONE FURNISHED one WEVKNUB: BOND OF 2N' recover.
ROAD live net Intereet IM|. InU'r limO I twp range V I
take over payments of $7 month. plaited apartment, oceansU. PUBLIC NOTICE NASSAU COUNTY e.t outS be rnmputed ti the remimtive' Name In which aiaeeied liernfce. Only $295
I ly. Piionc 35.:; 666, collect. Jack. Year round. 126 S. FI tchcr. I NOTICE IS! HFHEIIY GIVEN. That .".Mriiv ri"'r- rrnm lbs lest tliijr of ," iMlmcngur, nun .... lath bireel 1- PUBLIC NOTICif'Notirr
NOTICe TO CRpnrroRi lbs rlnrlda" Development Cnminlnalnniif rehruhry. IIMH T"n, AIetElt'ril"lcAI'E -
Rtinvlllc., tfc Phone 2613138. 'Jo FLORIDA STATVTEH Flurlda will reieive eealerl blda In I iu.k iilllerwtt PotSsnlIlrr.iil I ; : NO. 19 Veer nt Mil: TI) nfiiiTomi 1957 Ford
-- -- -- -_ ITT THE!: ('UKT OK THK': COttNTVfUDUB. the nfilce nf ICe FI/1HIDA DIT.VM.OP. rosS Iw nnerl f.ir anld B nra mil II ann I'MII rl.lHII sTATS IFS:
FOR SALE two lone 1958 Ford FURNISHED efficiency apart. NAssAU COUNtV, FLOB.. MINT!: COMMISSION localeU at shall nut he nrcewwry th 'it all li'mda Lk>n,lotion of property 1",1 l 14 HeoHhn IN THK I'UtKT 01' 'TIIK I'Ot'MtVKIIOC V Ton Plckun
IDA, IN PROIIATB.In PLAZA HO. 'bear rnir it f". II ,, n3Nane
*
I' HOOM No I ChERRY aome NASNAV COUNTY' FLU I.
.Ijrt Mea ,
power steering automatic transmission ment on beach. Phone 261-4944 Pitat at TEL, 41t 8 CENTRAL 13OULKVAIID. .dIi;, all Hoods miilurlng: the I In iu.wnmed K f. Von IUA, IN PKOBAri.th .
radio and heater, seat after a. W .c'U WILLIAM ItAllNES, OnLANDO. rLORlDA. up 10"i' aim,' dale shall bear Ills iiitne' : rule: I Nontrnnd Mldluntl: Mil, Urauell, hawll'intflCiaK eel, 1I:41al.: ofJDIIX I Reduced to $495

behv and new tires. Priced to ._ _- rredllo.i':: sal of a ins: la"I.I'! : : ; .' Stan'!: -f tntereit A rerx-nled role vf Inlrrei.l'Ktiall : of l. I.. "AT1ISK. Drrrikrit -
Te All Persons H"tiiiClalma or,5 .. Anril : ,' 01,5 t" nut hO pnnalriitrMI. a dilltr.nl. : No. IS Year aume To All CredlloM and I'cmnul favt'f ,
Sell! Owner needs money for collego'expcnscs. VACATION: APTS. er Drmandi Agalnit ... nf FLORIDA Uf.- Jft* i* Intereat.JE.if'h I lollIll'sI"litl'n I lalma brmaada Aalni laM Hi- 1956 Ford
BilalelYou v'F.iiOOOco\: M I. ''.ON, ROADMK.Vk.NUb. | of Pr'.|' 'rtFS of :>'jof ui
Phone 201-3688: or OCEANFRONT APTS. completely did must he rrn-nniinlfrl liv ; : laleiVou
and each of you are hereb.1 BONUS OK NASHAC } CMIIEH! TnEA"UIIEIIII'' NT.", of NWIkitlon, :i3 4nu. 4 Door Hardtop
< fir and each nf you' are re1qulied
261-3282.:! furnished. Day, week or month notified and required to present nilunne I COUNTY aiild lionita to he IBKUI"! In OIIWK( Uriwn urxm in itic"rn"'it"lhtink un.. 23. I tu prekcnt any ,t..r.hr: denunai .
------ 584 8. Fletcher A'e. I614ig7. tic nnd denmndl, which you' counon furm In denimlniillon of II:im i or Irunt. c'lmpnny, pny.ihle: lu I ...e nl which aiaemed Jinn Z wl Icn you or eitliei, nf VIKI, i 1 Kxtru Clrnn
: 8.500 either of you, may have egninet the Into, I, be dnled rebruiry I. MM ',' '.n "'I r "1I".I"ol.n. I !KlllxTt I44H N Anhland Ave Cnlcao have ugulrul the ColIC nfnitii
estate of Ooear William, I Ir.-nn. neea to lie regntnelile" as 10 prlnclp onlv.ti Sum equal to two per' cvnluint I 40, 111 L may, Uut'Jae, deurnaed, late ,,' a4ld.tr. :"tin.tv. I Only $395
ft, ACRES high and dry. WS. BEACH APARTMENTS year .ed, late of said County, to the bear Intcrcat exprcmed In mullipleaif Ta. t vaut ci l iKinui; hill::: c'rm'r ICATE NO 14 Year of IlIu In tIe rounty Jurlia ill MewiU I ICnnnty _
Amelia Road near airport round. $S3.$ 1I month, furnished County: ::d enfPOiouau CouOty.Yiorida ( on. f,lorth, one tenth, or one twentieth mr. at evIdence| i-f c>ed follhl nfl III .n 1981VoLe""n of property J- lot 39 "fc- Mnrilu. at hu MIT In the I I IeiHirt -
nil office In the courthouae ..I centum but nut In l 1955Pontlac
one per to e.u.easfal bidder' Shall full tnuroniplly house of aald C mnly ut Feroal.din. .
')WNER. F.d McGarry. 512 I'll.4dm electricity included Fh of sad County at Fernanrilna uf nOt : i lion IS lp 1 rjnge 2.1
txceae of I hsslslutorpra e per I' 'fl, 7 with lIe term. of lleuih, Hiiii.ii.. willn nit l ejieH i
\ Road, West Palm Beach, 281-8448. Ut Beach, florida, within alx calendar centum 4 46'tl per annUn.I. CommJa. his hId. the rherk. x ill he S",',".II I., Nuine In whIch 0",a>nem.eil -II' Ifrlra 1I""r.l.1t,1I1..d. of, : r"n,. from the I time:, ,; nf the mat i I IpuMloetlm A Steal $295
monuia from the time of the llr lpublication ales rewrvlng the right to determine, 5 nlil, pave .. llqulil.iled dum"A". hulk Flowcm, Thmna of thIs mil ice, Two" ,riiplee
Jlnrlda.. M26p --- of this notice SCab: ho la the aiiccnrfnl, btdrler ".. I f j rim Ilj.tirlIvsfNJs5uU.Ihi5. '
5 The UM In'ttrllint
isis pa renluni I I (nun la i of each naIls nr dinned Hhall be !
DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT\ claim or demand hull he In writing, ., relfcl any or all hlilH nil lnlere teen, of uniui, .rrMiul' I bidden' o ill he All of aulil. property being tWlddUneiw In I.lie unit! shall aIde the pire elrtnliViue
Fl.EXALUM CUSTOM MADR Rnfurninhed. Corner 4th and and shall alula the plfce of restdenre pnyjMo. Mml,annually, on the fIrst d"ivif ', ti Ihe hiildera by renlitcred t nl rertlfl.9lo and pout office mldieaa' nf ,
'Irnld auch curllfliale" nr
;
and post Saddr.nso f the Auxu.l und of Ohruiry aaidD.miii :: addrene auteit i In tne,' Inda"r I he in Lasserre Motor
I Ine claimant iiml" ahull aworn i
Venetian blinds. measured and Calhoun, across street from clatmum and ahull be attorn to by to he tassel at f'Olnwa.8ernl nel't..red It a repreFentiiilvv of <- ihull be ted rendOee oriIod to by SO clulmanl.:: I. his agent, "r utliir-i'I
Installed.VM I. rang of colors.PORTER School St Joseph's Academy.Thone the claimant nil agent, or attorney | Owls In the prlnclpil amount the. bidder Immediately after the sale law the property iienrrlheil will In be ruchi.ertlficale sold i.y and. ucompjnled by e filing feel'
and any such claim or demand not nf 1129 000 aol to m/ilure annu:illy I In rf the fi-Ht'lii to thn aureeeaful hldMcrTh or certlflcalea cljlm demand .
sarIs
of dollar and ur
A IOVEQUIST Color (01-4200 or 201-8800. tfi to tiled shall be Void. numerical order lowest. ndmbera flrit, te Ills, hlgheat bidder at the court one CompanyYour
of th two rentum
proceed par ot M Iliad shall lie void
Center. Phone 261-80C8. t'D.LY "". ItBenle Bare.. Fink rn the flrat day of February of lark !." t na I'M eneck. nf (he auitnaful house door on the flrat Monday aih InMonth H.2vl i, HuttlBe '
which I I. the
ol KM,
McCRANIE APTS. llcaile B ames Fink yes r In principal wnuunU, aa follnwa'Miiurljv bidder will he applied ttt the pay."itnl April.1040... As artmlhlnrai in of the Cttt't: of
: $250 down buys three bedroom ONE THREE ROOM furnished At admlniitratrlic WlllUm Burma nl the dcceaied Estate -flits __ Amount of the purchase price of auld day Dated"5 AprM lois, lcd l day of March, |till. John U Biltlae, decejued.This Ford Dealer Since
of 0 ,
car
> OKI"l ,
which
will delivered
"T0 $10 Bonds n* an nrabuut OXLEV i, Shaw, IT.
masonry home. Built-in apt. Private bath. Utilities, hot Albln C. Thompson Adrnlnlatratrlx3US Jr.Atloln.y l Is'"i'. II,(oooW7 April 27, IIKA al U'00 a m, utliatiket clerk of Circuit O O r f NnauuCounty. Attorney For Adirlnintrntrlxllrtl I 1910)
range and ovcn. $11,430. water, washing machine furnished. for 30 000HXII Truit Company New York .'II>.IOJ publication March I I'). |INN.
I Atlantic Avenuern.jndli :.10 0"" New, Y-.rk. w enr'a ill,.r rn re 0.. '"imulually 12 5's. 1ft 4t 9 to.54. 4 I. I .
fttr $10 week,. $35 month. Also beach 9' >i Heath. Florida between lIeuccso.Iul 41 .;U .. ,
1"19 SO 000 asreeit upon ,.. -- --- --- -- - -- -- --- -- -
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2 First blareS isth, 184 : : ----=-=-=--:< -:: ::-=:: : -------------- ----
:USD DOWN $45 month buys I winter rentals. For Information publication 41 The 11"0'' rrf saId Issue shall not he kidder. and In* Florida De- -- -
m. .1. an ...
bedroom home outside city lim Ml-4641 II 4t .lmahle. prior 14 their stated dales '.| >(rnienlnf
W. I. McCfanle,
call of maturity she balance of tie purchase prllmurt '.
its. Price $4,400. I ImtDEconTED no answer rail 2619035. tie PUBLICNotlCEfru'nvll Prim'Ip,il of and Interest on aald he ,nolr' ot the "i'e, rl dr'l.-'ro'' ,
tttr unUrnlshcd 2 Traitor Ine,, I Dnr M Jackinvlllr, Jacksonville I I"y "'. 0' llealale, '-010 .IIM..1. r'ol This Week 5
car
3 bedroom home FOI.JRROOM : :: :,I. Devil I ;.:r'il I Inrida. or at lIve nptlon of the the CHlnonh..I., .". No .l-l:arentvs III let -Specials -
oak floors. $8.500 with $:!OO dtnfrn, garage! apattmont at beach. $53 C Klorlda c..rporall4i. holder ut II ,Oke,5 Trunl CnmpmyNew I i"-'' M .--$4e.o$ 1 311h d"po.11
round. Call 2614602. tfc York New York The payment of Bills ere desIred on forms which
.37 :
$ .
month.
per year r70. Davla said Honda ant the Interest thereon will' lie lurniMiiod by the uiuleruirlni, .land

I7550, BUYS* 3 bedrwim-trtt hnine outside OCEAN FRONT DUPLEX upstairs oml Or' SIII'.RIft Nn. el-walt SAI.K Dlv. F. til nnn he" to necured h* derived by a p'tdxe from a of l eoi Iher ... tnjul.-prn endoned' c-nllnln thereon 'Bill hull"for ar.iilthave FlnrMa 1. lively R dwoxl Hutne tn Pirate's Cove. Rrand New Just Helng Completed

fence. or down, furnished. FCBCM! Notice la hereby given th.it I. Herbert inrhve Agreement eoxiitrd hv the Devel'fiment imnnailon,' HiwilHevemw Ily Contractor "Chuck" Howard. F1IA Term! and Immediate PofmesH'on.Three ': .
limit Chain-link Nanaiiu, '
of
city Ilirrle "
DFVfLOPMENT: COMMIHKION -
2614174. tic J. Ylo"4. Sheriff, ol N.nSun HOHIDA
:
Nothing! down to veteran. yard. Call County. Florida by "virtue or. an \\v... C llh Ihii STAfF no NOT O"-N nr wirrda of .,iv.I.1 Betlroomn( ) Two Ively Batht, Large Family noom. Shown By AIIpolntment "
iiM Dnnda! will IM iK.ued
Writ ol SC.lecullnn Omied nut' of lbsCircuit ROAD OF.PARTMEIfT OF FLORIDA, enl Import
fr Court, of Duv.il County. Florida.: OS I.neee. soil rental of and :anld by ICe flnrtda I Development' At Any Time.
John T. Ferrelra A 3m MISCELLANEOUS or.? the (tti day of December, imu, Iahat the twenty; per cent nl.I.auriilunI fommlaalon of the male of Florida a I
certjiri I \ ',unllr las funrla .. defined In a ildreiiolutliin blite agency compoaed of nine mem
wherein JjikunnvllleTrottor
CJUM
Allan'le Are. Phone 241.5571NICE Cbmpuny, Inc. a Florida authorlxlng tao beds ..ecru.In. l.>era. one from each of the eight C'un 2. larger Rflck Home[ In Country, VVi'h' Several Acret of Ijiml. VA Loan Available .
DON'T BE AN OLD GOAT be a was plaintiff and J. U. 14 NJIIIIU c'nunl1l". sue In NJXUUfViuniy .r-lnn.i. rtmt"rta ", Florida ned .1
eorgorallon
Sale Price of I12.MO. Closing Coat Only A Few Hundred
LARGE LOTS for 2a1.: Davis was defendant, have In my llirld 1 "under Section of Art chairman from the Stale el large, all I Fot Entire
Ooorl teims. One quarter mil young chick at FBSTF on April poaaeailon the fallowing deacrlhedprouerty his IX nf the ronetltuMnn nl .18 8TATFOl .,,pointed by the" iioveritor., created by Dollars Approximately 8 Milei Fr jm Town. Call For Appointment.
Florida
M28f md rotating vndrr Chipwr alt
It. te-wlt: F1/RIDA In U-e mnmwr provided
South of Five Points on Amelia One liehl Mixer Model MMX Serial In said reinlullrm, By Ih* terms nffectldn : Italutea Hn-l u.'aIi'n: reno.lutlon .. :
Rd. Call 2C1-542I tfc : LA-DY wishes In No, see with rruiher nilll Modelcioaa M of Article IX. the Lglrl.i. duly I .I fronted .
Ironing
ELDERLY Han Larger Than Average fled.
Trade-In :3 J Bedroom Homo.
Serial No. 17U Filter and tore of the Mnte rot .,,,Ida M reeulred linn Refererve to auld ht.itule. andrpwlutlini 1.: Klngftbcrry :
:-- M2 South lib her own home 324 Elm St. Screen Model Si SerIal t'... SI Ail to cmllnue the lew of the ton may be bad of mid S.', Mnnda a mwetfiinitd roomnj, ; Nice Storage\ !Uttom anti Cur,>ort. Yard In fiHtaiil'Hhed.: We Can Sell
M26p Om Ford Tractor Model 1410 Serial centa gasoline tan provided fur In : : dmcrlptum I : :
104 X 100 Comer lot Two story No I1T2U Scotia IS i.f: Article IX f>ir a ""l The Monda have been, validated bv I Inf I Thin rt
home with S bedrooms and cfnOncy LOST BIack-rlmmd glasses laUn 0.Ml...-1}Cord Serial PinS,No.., lose- Shelter Model of and fifty te prohlhMfd veara Irxm frnm January withdrawing I. IM1 Judicial lh" lIe.on1 DerrM Judliljl.of the Circuit CIrcuit of Cnurt flnr- ? :,I'oKHeHnlori After Credit Chak.: NO DOWN PAYMENT.

apt. rented at $10 ,per cane. Reward. Judy Kear, 110 aa property of the, wild 1 tf. tll.... tue prnceede thereof from the opcrj- lila in end for Leon County .
balance. ... defendant, that on the elh, day of tics: of evil cmalHui>in'il nrnvlflltnduilng Tlw itpfirovlng' I oplnlun >.f Menra.Yrammas I I
week. $1400 down, $6700 Ph. Ml7l or .1. : :
Atlantic. rllrhardm and Wjtanrr Atfkirlda Yulee Florida Lance Lot Financed With FHA
,aid t> Three YTedr-onm Hotwe Near ,
April IMt." A D.. between the knura of period laid liondi are i I 4. ( ,
Yulee A2c belasoed to finance Hie CTHI ,,f the C'm.irurtlin turners is Law 1... .. ..."'".. ",'1-' "
.
ate. naniely; between 1 eleven o'clock 5ieo4. v.111 Loan For $. 0 Per Month. Can Re Pun.hu.stil For Trannfer Cents of Only I
55. fleet 15sf nuMb <
forenoon and two clock In the afternoon e road project In NJMHUCoun1 $0 "
Two Yulee :
large adjoining lots CUTTING AND TURNING SOil. on toe said day.' the North : ho knik'n M NASSAU sod ln.lliy hisSing I obligation. of Ibe II III I IW About $50. NO DOWN PAYMENT
C and
Heights 1500. Can be financed.Forest DO'INTY ROAD PROJECT. DeveloprnMI. mml* "liin
done of ute C HOUM Mtarnandirra
Anything from lawns to acreage ;:;::-l.C RaeaeM County, Under the terms of sail fp... Pureha I req_..*. 5 eopy o< tIle" Iranarripl
t IIIIIs Phone 2D1-3K1 or see at 108 S. Florida, I inall erfer for ante to tile e Aer e"enl. the RTATf ROADDEPARTMENT of the proceeding 'Involved. will tx bedroom home 19th Street just North rf Atlantic Avenue.
nf ail>* 5. Three maionry on ,
17lots. Prices start $2150. and up. kMMet biditet far .ask Hi hand the OK FLORIDA hascovsnsint.d elrverM tn the purcbanere. -
i 7th _Alp above described prnpeny ee the prepert thai tt will take. ever theeortrol. Bnnda wHKnul ell...*. Ceple of. Ihet Financing can be arranged. Thin lovely home Is in one' of the nicent neighborhood

13 Acres on Chester Acreage Road. 3500. WELL DRILLING'- and pump wools,' a ? el the said I. U. Davis aeeee. Die I'.:=;r.ert.Dart end of maintenanceof the Male jIlt>rm be In Maueel which may sack .be apprnvlna obtain. *)opinlun from in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Cull un fcr an appointment.

HMsotable rates. Call H. T. AU .nl.Th.. above descrIbed prnpert may ayatem of rOad after eorripietino, ) of aa4! Ills,.
Five Points .ha viewed, .1 the N a.saa Caanly; P.I. Held Project and aereea that lIe emit 1 Cur further Infnriniitlm, idrireanBen I
Three home COf55cr len 261-4245 or 26M348.: A2p on Far,.. Milliard riorlda .h..."' shill .no paid from fun la coin H DIckens. Attorney KlnrHafVvel.
bedroom den -
ft .. ......
Dated 1,1 .-ocean dm5 hoseS Florida tomarllv available for auch pur .,i..iInlereil "iment CommlMlia) II. Sin
lot $730 down, $'j7 month In- LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY. ttua Itth. day Mjnh. 1M4., le enemrit, In oninl"O >4eounMl eel Weal llalMa fttraet, TalUha. t*. PAUL C. BURNS
; from ell present Federal In.eome riorld ,
elude Insurance and taxes.j /aII i VoungbkndanerUT. .
with drinkIng
MOUS Mp ,our Naaan County, Florida" I..... In the opinion! of _n..l. pl400l54 ?OwVEU.OPMENT
j CONTACT PETE INORAMI .ro I... Write B.< 838, Byi /.' Emr E. Vlalkatr .....e B-n e et". the eouoorra apnur- 1 I COMMIrnIONor .
'IS. Bl Deputy LMriff. tenant: thereto have ell the' 45.111151s.d TMaj sTATS Of PihwloA$5Y1 REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Salesman City or 1'1Io110 'n00'1 M a.iLaeas,44 .kwldente. el negotiable .Instrument WFPDFLL JAR liARD
1 I.. U Behsnnoei AfetcyH under the 96esll ,sIc .Initru- 1 I. III Chairman
North Ills PbefM MI42M"te .IDOlANDING ,and I menu tale. of Ihe Stale of riorlda. | TOIW. 319 South 8th Street Phone 2613606I
rteer tile. Fwri .. hf1nls..I' Trade At HMM ..n hide liar leee Uiae ell el aeldIIJ5000 I T. W WmlERISIIlTON I
utAcrtag lag.
Mllelt Uatlngs M He*** Honda or offering In fay leaal j. it* SecrelnryIt I
2614809. be' One 4-2
Pbone than per and accrued Interest will





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:'&: :e Sixteen Newi-Leader.-Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday. March 26, 1964 CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS Madden Lane 52 82 68172 High Team Game John Barnlak .. 214-M2
I Beech Bar 48ft 64ft. 66821 Tilmani Cabinets 1078 I Roger WISeD 179-52=

Demonstrates At Science Fair COUNTY: COMMISSION 10 ..... Sod Wednesday after lit Honda Becker' Drug 40ft 63ft 69300 I I Morris fc Payne 1044 Carl Curtis UghUey,, 191-511 20S-52I
Rayonier Commission. ; Chambers. K.A.C. 37ft 66ft 655C7 Becker Drug !950 Gtgqu'j

rr re CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesday 7.80: p.m. City I High" Team, Games I ITilman' I III.... Ind Came I Jimmy Buddy CrtrtarUfh Veiling\ US-Slf 175-501
r Commission Chambers I Cabinet 3052 .Curtis l Llghtsey 246
Morris It Payne 3024Becker' | Average Bowlers
240
John Barnlak
HOSPITAL TRUSTEES -8rd Thursday 10am.Hospital Din i I
e log Room Drug 2785 Cecil Hodge 235 Roger Madden 188
a I
SCHOOL BOARD lit Wednesday after 2nd Monday 11:30: am. I High, lad. 3.Came I I High Scratch Bowlers I Cecil Hodge M!182
Superintendent Office Cecil Hodge 682 Cecil Hodge' 221-M)I I John Beckett
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Curtis Llghtsey 649 I John Beckett 21t-400 Johnnie Williamson 177
P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD -,last Thursday 8:80: pra. Jr. Joe Surlano 629 Joe Surlano 201-548 Kleber Skldmore m
High CafetoriumPTA
I '5
-0 I
MEETING lit Thursday 8 p.m. ;Jr. High Cafetorium

I K1WANIS CLUB Each Monday 6:4S p.m. S'.lldelnn ., n..

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 8:80: pm, Hospital
Dining Room

I :'AYCEE3 Each Monday S pm Recreation Center Lounge

LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday :; 7 p.m.- Seaside Inn '

I KOTAItY INNAMERICAN CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seasld. THANK YOU l !


Hume LEGION. lit and 3rd Mondays\ 8pm, at Leglot 9toG
I
CITY Chambers PLANNING BOARD. Sri Thursday City Commission
I
I I WOMAN'S CLUB lit Wednesday Woman's Club Bldg

t' BUY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Naasaj. District a pm. 2nd Friday
a Seaside InnMERCHANT'S Please Accept

ASSN. each and Thursday Noon Luncheon -
beasidc Inn
.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon 12:15: Thanks
.Seaside!: ins My ;

r BUCCANEER COIN CLUB 8 p.m. 2nd Monday each month 4a

i GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd MOD .. _.. t
day each month 8 pra. TV Room at Recreation Center. .. .- and Gratitude I ; .

: Otto Phanstell demonstrate how Its presentation, Mr Phanitlel and Fair la to give the cltlten of FlorIda NASSAU 4th CHAPT. NO. 411 -_ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and ,
Thursdays 8 Masonle Temple
cellophane li mad for I group of Mr Sandy Gllmour from the Jeiup an opportunity to observe the p.m lltre4x;
'people attending the 19th Annual Division, manufactured cellophane advances and activities In the fieldsof AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays Your Expressionof
.Engineer: Fair at the University and nitrocellulose from Rayonler chemistry, engineering and the 8 p.m. Masonic Temple f
of Florida In Gainesville Phan"itld chemical cellulose for hundreds of resulting benefit to modern man, HOBEIN LODGE No. 164 Knights of Pythias lit and Srd Thurs
: li a Process Engineer I visitors. A special effort was made to en. days 8 p.m Masonic Temple
the. Proccii Engineering ouZo at The Engineers' Fair Is an out. courage high school student to at. FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4ts Good Willand j
'Rayonlen Fernandlna Division I(I standing student project at the University tend the Fair by holding It In con. Mondays of month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple.CHAPfER .
J Rayonler was an exhibitor at the ( of Florida One of the most Junction with the State High School
I : (5, ORDER
EASTERN: STAR lit and Srd Tuelcr''I-
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Fair on March 13.15 Ai a part ofReflectl Important purpose of the Englneerl'u Basketball Tournament Masonic Temple .- -

.'. SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Centel Confidence _-
,
Auto 8.
Tags Currency Favored
Jr.-High Elementary Lounge
NEW YORK (VPI> Sixteen OTTAWA. Canadian soldiers
and the District of Columbia to the HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB and Monday of month at pm.
tales going Cyprus U N peace LUNCHROOM MENUS
I Use reflective auto license plates, force were given tome U. 8. cur. March Si-April } ROSE CIRCLE lit Monday ..__.....__....__._.,__? 8 '.11 In Allowing Me To BecomeJYourNominee

:which ihow up brlUlantly at night. rency because It U more readily FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB Srd Friday .....,..........,.. 3 P.M
'at a safety measure, It li estimated accepted than Canadian money, Tuesday: Pizza, frozen green
MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB ..__... .... ,
;about IS million cart and trucks Finance Minister Walter Gordon peas, mixed green salad, French 4th Tuesday ? 8 .K
.we equipped with such platei. disclosed. bread and butter chilled peach AZALEA GARDEN CLUB lad Tuesday ...........................:t. I P.M. For Re-election Without
.. halve, tt pint milk, 120 Lighthouse Circle

Wednesday: Hot dog / bum, STITCH-A-HIT CLUB lot and Bed Monday ???-,-,?-???.., 7:30 P.M.
baked bean, cole slaw, Jello w/
WE IN SERVICE! AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, Post 54 4th Tuesday 8pm. al Opposition.
BELIEVE fruit, chocolate chip cookie, ?ft pint Legion Home
milk.
SENIOR CITIZENS tad and 4th Rec. Center P.M.
Thursday 7:30:
Thursday:' Baked bam, mashed
f ji i If You Ar One of Our REGULAR potatoes, froien turnip green w/ HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB 2nd Thursday J' 1 114iI

CUSTOMERS and Happen To Run I root, carrot sticks, roll and I Another Term of Service
t ter. apple cobbler wcheese bllt.1 Roger Madden 184 Pledge
Out of Gas On Amelia Island, CALLUS pint milk. Classic i High Scratch Bowler

(r There,Will Be No Charge Ex. Friday: Fish steaks (Tartar Billy Joyce 214-558 "...

1 tept, For The Gas We Will Also sauce), lettuce and tomato salad, I Bowling League Cecil Hodge 190-539 That Will Merit Your Faith. ..: .
Haddea 184-S23 .
French fries, roll and butter, pe. Roger [
Send A Booster Battery To Start
,o can brownie, W pint milk High Average Bowler I '-"l VD. .
Your Car,If ,The Battery Is Dead. BY HENRY ELLIS
---- II Cecil Hodge 186 I,
Week of Ml Roger Madden 184 i iI
f JOHN E. (Jack) '. ..
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LASSERM MOTOR CO. MATTHEWS Team Standing W L PiesGlenn's I City 0. OXLEY .
Sinclair 45 24 3I4M
t <29 B. tth Street B It H Enterprises 40 29 30478 .
Best Qualified For Governor Redden Lane 38 31 I16S7 I
Authorized by Campaign Paid poi Tzeuuzerf Adv Western Auto 25 44 :28967 Bowling League Clerk of CircOit: Court

High Team, Games
By'IIENRY ELLIS
::-- Western Auto 1460 i
Madden Lane 1431 Week of S-U
Glenn's Sinclair 1407 Total

High, end J-Gamei Team Standings W L Pins '
I Billy Joyce 558 TUman's Cabinet 68 38 72514
Cecil Hodge 63 Morris at Payne : Paid Political Advertisement.
t To The Voters Roger Hadden (23
Body Shop 64ft 39ft 72872
High, Teem Game -
I Western Auto 548
I Hadden Lane SOB
. 'fah Glenn Sinclair 499
ofDi'stricts ':\:
I High, Ind. Game 61-.
214
Billy Joyce
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1 L 1-2-3 1 Cecil Hodge 100 WHY WORRY ABOUT THE RAIN?




of Community Established Mission For This low, low priced .



Nassau County Emergency ReliefA

FRIGIDAIRE RER
i Community Mission has been
established for the emergency re.
State of FloridaI lief of families and persons In this
i area, by Nrwell Haves, amply

I al minister Institution and director ministry of Correction.of North dries fine. rain or :mine!

14th St Baptist Church, and Roy
Boggs, Nassau County Jailer. ,

I WISH TO THANK YOU FOR THE CONFIDENCE for The temporary mission relief has been to those Instituted who ..j .r.rNew

do not qualify for aid with other A:
agencies, such as stranded fimll. .
SHOWN IN RETURNING ME TO THE OFFICEOF les, those temporarily destitute
from Illness, fire, and other emer. convenient Fabrics dial.
,enclu.

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE UNOPPOSED.You Many churches of the city have (
committed their support to the mis. Wrinkles-Away drying for all Wash & Wears.
lion and help from merchants, civic
and fraternal organizations\ be I N

solicited I Dries brine fresh, safer than sunshine! Flowing
may expect the same courtesy and impartial justice Supply headquarters are located at Heat tumbles clothes gently on a cushion of air,
the Nassau County jail and those
that have I shown in the past. I have always wishing to donute, or request help, pampers finest fabrics! Gently dries every piece clear

may contact BOKSS at 261-3231 or through-no hot spots, either. No sun-fading!
judged my fellow man the way I would have him judgeme. Hayes at 261.3W9) .
"The community' support of this
Today you have returned that courtesy. Always project"will' be sincerely appreciated In many dryers lint cleaning's a real chore! Not In ,
Hayes added. :
Frigidaire! Easy.reach, no-stoop lint screen j
remember when need friend feel free to call or .
/ you a John A. Gedeon Q right on door. Fine mesh traps even tiny particles. 1

come to see Felton V. Moore Your Justice of the eace. Returns To Norfolk
..
,"'j Aboard USS Biddle C Won't snag or tear even delicate fabrics! Porcelain

Enameled drum I is smooth as glassdust..eslstlnl.,
: Your friendship and kindness will never be fo ggtten. USE BIDDLE (FHTMC) John catch hooks buttons. j,
i'E: No perforations to or ,
A. Geiloon missile technician tea.
;: Your active support will always be appreciated J' man, ISN. son ot Mr. and Mr. :
*WW* John F, Gedeon of 1608 Ash St., LIBERAL TRADE-IN
returned! to Norfolk Va.. March 4'' \

And Vote That's the I aboard the destroyed ISS Blddlc \ ,- AlLOWANCES '
: Don't Forget To only way you completing a tour of duty with the .
I Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean Modal! DDA.14
: can be heard 4 colon or white
II He had an opportunity to visit easy terms ?
port In France, Italy. Greece and :
.
Malta while In the Mediterranean "

ea FELTON V. MOORE II spent During tin her dugs deployment standing off the CyprusIn ship

w! readiness! to evacuate American Florida Public Utilities Co.
i citizens If there the need arose, Benpresence i
was an assurance
Paid Political Ad\trUitmtnt I .
i to those Americans In Cyprus that <*> '.*
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help WM nearby If needed
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