Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Title: Fernandina Beach news-leader
Portion of title: Fernandina Beach news leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: John H. Perry
Place of Publication: Fernandina Beach Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00067
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century AMBTOW' \ + ) / Best Medium

In Nassau Of Service County i ananoma Jjeach fie s-Jjeader; Local Advertising News i

Sine IBM! Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Sucniilon, The Florida Mmi' The East Horldlin, Th. peninsula. The rn.nain, tnunt-r, iti. Island City, Fe"tIt' uowrvrr rernnnrtlna Express. The PVrn.inHlnn tiFtinundlns ., The florid Mirror, The N..S.IU County Star The News, Iht reriuudiM, Record
New. Rnnrct, Nuiiau' County" Leader The Outlc-ok. The t'lorldaUour.la! New' The I Urniniiin.i N.."., The Burcunrcr. .
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VOLUME: 105 NUMBER 30, __ .__ "
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''lusl/fam/tn ,. Annual Minstrel Of Lions Henry Clyde Nicks ( 7,517 Voters Registered In Nassau ''Sorensen SeeksReelection

e Seeks District 2 olloKlng the rinsing III f rrgIhtrution I To

I t z p,"m' Supcivisor' bunks of Sutuid.iy Registration lit i I
Club Is Set ForTuesday School Board Seat Port Authority

01:7 < $ Marie. I Slrus futures rrlensed on, registered the liilluxiiiK -

Henry ('is Ih' Nicks announce( volers. Ben Sorensen has announced
With\ the advent of spring, again An added attraction lor thin this week ho has ciuallfled fur Of the ?,.'>!17 rPKlslend to tnlr.a / his candidacy for rcelrcllon In
190; ; } comes time for the thin Club's year'i show will he The Deetlcx. numlM-r of the lloaid of PubliInitruelion. new' record, !ib are while the (office! uf( Ocean highs ov and
% annual mtnxlrcl Toe lapping ami'IIlt',1 high school qmirlel, Ted Meter hlsliUl No 2. 'illilll.ird' DeinncTuts, 1.1'iV arc colored Port Aulhirllv, Group 2, subject
co In hate John Pidetll! Dickie! Fox and Sline
\ raised song been the (
and will seek election 10 I Demueridu Ilit HIP( IXmocrallc' primary on
The Is bcKlnnlng t to
political pot ff\\ aider of the day, in preparation Beckett, Mho. properly all h't'd1111
reach the boiling singe and the thai oil or In the ranting I I Demo Uhilf ItcpuhlletinH nuniher 73 May 3.Horn
for the much lookcd-forward-lo present their version of "IA'I11':
steam Is sure lo begin rising next rralu' primary on :Miy\ Slit\ and there lire 13 colored' Republicans. .
meld which will be presented Tuesday Hold Your 11,111(1 They will blei
week as the first official rally: evening April 14, revert. 10 barbershop hiirnvmy In Thru- arc 3 while Indp. I
of Individual rallies .. pendants iind I culorrcl Indr*
nears. A number "Shine, Shine, Shinn"Addlug
The curtain will rise on the first presenting 3 3t
are already being held and _'o \ act promptly at 8 p m at HIP( Hec. beauty with lalenl will hi I pendent. I
more are planned as the ctmpalgi "n rt'atlon Center auditorium. A capacity the lIolllt'nllllnll'8l'Il'hhlt:\ Hamil
goes Into the final four weeks. Plan crowd ls expected according lOll Miry lirjlii'lil"' und W.inclaSheuley
Lee Rites
now to attend the official rallies ; Roy Key
to a report on ndvunee I liiket! miles.The ( fJlinmVJ is
which begin with one at Hilliard on Adams. %
llanvll. t
usual line array of talent llnbhv
April 18, with others slated for Cat presented in blackface the chorus, Louis Hse and kasley Thomas k I Held Tuesday At

lahun Yulee and Fernandlni quartets, soloists, and featured compke( .the chorus for the! rencli,
Beach In that order. Check the performers. Kill be Included' in the lion of many of the old favorites.
candidate, their qualifications! and show directed by W. II "BIll" Mel.1 \ an will end men. Dcmil Decker. M.'n 1 1st Baptist Church ,

their records so that on election II'r4k'1 lOllI ho also plnch-luls In other Clarke, Turn Tilnian, John Mi'-

day you will cast your ballots wise capacities. (Cvptmued on t pane soot) l.ee HIIV (\1'1:1: ,venr-i'ld slur
ly. This Is the one day you have
; of Mr and :Sirs\ Ito' key II'IIK I hiI'
the In politics so consider
men candidate carefully on his 4l 1964 Girls Stater and Alternate (to C'emcMc-iv( rcM liichd.iv Ic.Him inn In funeral ltcmciu| neniee Belle,
merits( Remember, It's\ a long tlmibetween
Ht the First It.iptist' Church lice

elections. .' --, ,-, --." 'i '1"\1''t1'-'' .. "' James I' Iiuiin.iiu, p.islcir. ciltl.claleil .
bIt 1\ nl the :3 :M service und lit
has been brought! to my alien } graveside

lion Dial a sum of flBl.62 Is ntil \ l.c'iwus slue'ken with I'licc'pliu-
owing on the electric senrcbeard at a .w $(a.a>} .,,gA? w krsw tv''.ren" a"'a orv: c r"Ya ae 4.G,. br \) '1 (Illls :Murch 27 lolluulng p cusp of I

City Ball Park It bhould be clarl '4"t. \\: chicken pas| > mid luy In a cumu ulSt I
fled that the original cost of the< f THREE FORMER MAJOR LEAGUE STARS are "shawn. y ... MncenlK llnspil.il In JnckHiin- In Little River S Or on

a'ort'boardIn cxtinuilcd al lit City n..lll'ark. a* they watch spring training art hit).. jw\ epa Ills uniiuuncrmenl follows, : t'due 1111111 (le.iih ramp c'aily Sunday j DIHe-mbcr 22, 1'MKI'! he moved line
around $1K)0!! and that through the I sits (ill pm'nils In I'MA'! wheiehe(
Left is Joe Haynes tire president of the Minnesota "I wish lu uniiiiiinio( thut' I ama nioininuBorn ,
+fM"a 'I'vrr tv raised! since. lie attended,
cooperation of local pllbllt'.sph'lIed cnndldalc lor election lc the OclolicT 11 1 I'lM) In' Moul- was St.
: Twins! and former pllt'hlngreut for the Wushinelon
/ ::; : : I II
and athletically-minded citizens Ira Senators. Center is veteran Twins! scout Joe Fitzgerald \ Board of Piilille Insliurlion' I Dm.Irlcl tile, G.I. lee inlcrcd; the 51 h Joseph Academy, public schools
public subscription campaign No 2 HilllHid. Areai subject I grade at Kciimnilinii' lieueh Klementiiry : I Ij nf Nassau C'minly and the! L'nivcrMlty .
one of the best of all-time catchers when he was with of Florida.
this amount raised and for
was lo the Denimlulic primary on j i .School l In September' I'! VI!
warded through the high school, the Senator Right Is Sherry Robertson, farm directorfor IConlliuieil m Puiio Six)
May 5th !1164.Il'onthllit'd! !. after his parents moved' here from )
la the company furnishing the the Twins and one-time flashy third Backer for the r a on Page Six) I Jaiksinivllle: \:: :In: niiike::, their home:: .

sign. However, once the sign arrived Senators. ,ti 0 l.ee wus nil Hill uridc honor KU|
Itlas found that, due to - -- 'os, 32,719 Vehicles
iJ.. '. dent andUM Sergc>anl-Al-Armii
I Cent limed on Page Two) } << '\\o// ": 1l. ,*, Jaycees To Again of his home room' ul I the lime! of

Junior Class Play I Lambert Is First 1.: ; : his dentilIk In March Set

I Entry In $5,000 / Vehicle ails a nu'iulic'r of Hit Klisl
\fto ;
I t > ; ( ) Sponsor baptist C'liuich shore. hi'l'a
'Let 'Em Eat Steak'Friday Golf Invitational o' 'I.t quite seethe in yank lutlvilles and Record On Trail

I First entry for the 1964 $3,. '1. l II: t I Safety Check (lie work of the- chinch, I
t. I At 8 p.m. 000 Fernandlna Beach Invitational .;;. I 'ifoiillmiccl on loge Six) An all time record, fur the nimilliof

Golf Tournament I Is Jim --- Marsh has been this year im
f Monica Hrookn Diane I'oole I Announcement wan "mule this
'he Buccnneer Trail. At the lull
I I Drama I In the original Greek Lambert amateur golfer from week thut tin Junior Chimiher of Wilson Wins I .
I. Lyn 32,719 Vt'hll'll'llI'rt'
I meant "a thing done." Nowadayspecple the Sclva Marina links al Atlantic Miss Monica Brooks. 17-year-old the seven basic qualifications, I Commerce III nguln sponsor, a plazas registered
read plays and discuss Reach Fernandlna Beach limn School leadership honesty, character, Motor Vehicle Inspection Sulclv during HIP past mnnlli, tup.

I drama, but rarely does It\ live up | Lambert saw Rudy York, junior, has been selected as the (courage scholarship, physical tit- 'I Check The activity. will be put, Wesleyan College "'nl( all previous March records
|I to the original meaning of tU\ tourney. chairman, at the Hyde 14! Girls Staler ness and cooperattvpncss, turned alter the sucetsKdil Hlmll. I ind exceeding the February, Hurl
name and be "done" Park Invitational golf tourney I She was chosen by the school. Monica Is a member of the Lit. tar prujc'ct lust yenr b> the Jnv. figure by 11)001 vehicle,.

Well, tomorrow evening at 8 p m. last weekend and gave him his 1 faculty, to be I sponsored by the 1 tie Women Tri-lll-Y\ Theupluns tees, Honor Scholarship Mareh him shown I constant
In the F." H,S. auditorium, a entry fee and asked to be out ol I i American Auxiliary, on i (Continued on Pauc Six)Ij Rainy Chulrmun William Clam' Increase! since the Trail opined In
comedy in IMO.,sets will be "done" : the list of entries. ., 1 -- Legion' *. said (hut the safely check Is U-Ini As a dli'eel retuit of her high OcXoker I950! -anflefd/ -d March
by members of the junior class. The tourney set for June 4, held In conjunction with' I'lorldi core on the colli-KO board examination IWil by 3R2H curs, and March

Admission has been set at 1.601 I S, 6, 7 Is expected to draw more I'City Manager, Wife i Funeral Monday Surety Check Week ss proclalmec she1 took during her junior I 1002 by 1.927 vehicles,

for students, and S73 for adults, than 200 tot amateurs and professionals On Boat Cruise For by Governor Farris Bryant fen year at Fcrnnndlnu Beach High Striking a It'n'year March iner.
the money to go toward financingthe from the Southeast. i April 1117. School, Miss L> n Wilson has been age, from ll)99-l)64!) the liiuulaled

junior-senior prom. I Boating MagazineCity I For Local Youth, The local' sufetv. checks will beheld I average figure/ li 28.1'B! This

As In most modern drama this on April 17 and 18 and againon (liven March, I'W4'! a 4.527 Incicjisc
play Is meant as entertainment Ripley New OwnerOfJ.W.Hierslnc. Manager David Gatchel! em Charlie Jr. April 24 und 25 The Jayceeswill over Hie ten year average'
E. P. DAVIS, maaafer of the III "intent Is all for our delight. I barked today on a boat cruise which ; Byrd, again use the northeast corner These figures are a healthy Incllcallmt .
Southeast Timber Division of "Let 'Em Eat Steak," by Louise will furnish material for a feature of (the Intersection( of Atlantic ) of the Increasing popular
Rayonler and president .r f the Conkling Is a comedy which ., story In Popular Boating! a widely I Funeral services fur ChArlie : and Fifth as a base of activity liy of the Buccaneer Trail laid

Nassau County Taxpayers' Association spoofs the current trend in some circulated national magazine I Clifton Byrd Jr" 12 son of "''r. I The checks will bp run from 8 I Joe Seollc'lil! Trail manager( ,

advocated a broaderad universities lo substitute researchfor Concrete Products The Galchcls and the Dr Churlei and Mr. Chuilip Bvid of 77A ;, a III lo 6 p,m, each of (the days 'April has slieady made! a linn
valorem tax base In Mi re. teaching and Ph. D's for non- Millers of Miami will cruise to Sadler I Road, were held Monday (Continued on Page! Five) start and mother record should

cent talk' to the Fernandina Ph. D's. The firm of J. W Hiers, Inc. Fort Clinch and thence! down the! lalternoon at the Cunip I'lnknpy' -.-- be Hindu t IM1 l month In fuel HID
Beach Woman's Club. I Intracoabtal Waterway to St. Augustine Baptist Chuich near Kolkslon, (Gil; elltlre spring and summer trnHIcContlnifvd
The main character, Professor local concrete products company,
Ted Anderson Gets
Interment followed In the 1'lne-
stopping at of Interests
( 'on Pane Flvel
Marston played by Duane Row. has been purchased by Joe Ripley, '
Three Jax Youths land, is an aging but still vigor- Jr., of Jacksonville, who assumed I along the way I! view Cemetery '
our professor of animal husbandry the operation last week See next week's Issue for pictures The boy died Saturday In a Eagle Rank AwardAt Yulee Lions Set
and full details of the cruise.! Gainesville hcmi ij| |. lie was born
who finds himself increasingly on Rlplpy that he plans to
SheriffOn says op- I In Folkston, Ga, and had !lived In Annual BarBQSaturday
Nabbed By the defensive. Most of his colleagues prate the business In the same efficient of
; Fernandina Beach fur In( yearn. Court Honor
he must address as "Doc, and courteous manner to I Former Yankee April 11
a number of whom were once hisstudents. which the customers have been accustomed Survivors other than his pier ,
VandalismThree He has no Ph. D, and 1 !, lent arc three sMcis, I.urrlllnl.j At the recent NIIHMIU, Dlxlrlcl The annual Yuleo Lions Bar-B.

embarrassingly, few students, but J. W Ilieri slated the business I Second Baseman livid DHconc Bvrd, and Susan I IlIyrd. Alllh'rN"OS Hay Scout ('IIUl'llIf,presented. Honor! the Seoul high-Ted : : T Thn11urd J l will be held thin year on April|

Jacksonville youths, were paradoxically he occupies one of i here In December.( 1953, and op.eraled all Fciiunclliiii Beach ; a'' rot rank uttered, in Buy Scouting I II, al the Slate Line park on U S.
caught by Sheriff! II. J, \ouJllbloodand (Continued on Page Six) .' brother. Woody, Byrd of Kernun- 17, announced Lions President 0.
It until hn death In ;ovl'm.
Talks To the Kaule: Scout rank.
Deputy John Itodme one-and- I RotaryBilly I thou Beach; und his maternal A, Walker,
ber of last Since that time-! and
Present at Ion of this honor
a-half miles North of Kln sland. I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee The public In Invited to Hi tend
Mrs. (lien has handled the '
opera mothers pin was mucle In iere.
Ga, early Tuesday night! less than Container tion. Maitin former peppery l.loyd' of Kolkslcm a | I with a Krrslunan Honor I the affair which begins at 6 p m.

two hours alter Youngblood had Ripley slid that the! operation second baseman of the! New Yurk monies Mover;:: ': conducted:of:; Memorial: : bv Itev.MelliocllHl Nelson: : I Scholarship from Wesleyan Col- Donations are II 158 bur adults and

Investigated a complaint by J. H, Division Receives will be virtually the same as heretofore Y"nkI.'t'K.las guest speaker at the Church: Special' letters of citation I huge!, Macon, Ga where she plans 173 for children.
Parker, Sr of Yulee tlmt vandals but that he plans to add Rotary luncheon yesterday. Pete Appleton from Governor Farris Bryant and lo attend beginning the fall of KumlH raised will gc> toward tho

had wrecked his home (Continued on Page Six) i Martin, who Is currently supervisor the Chief Scout Executive Joseph lJbt! purchase 01( eye glasses fur tin
Deputy Jimmy Middlcton of National Award of the Midwest scouts of the (Continued on Page Six) needy.
A. Brunton Jr, were on .
Camden County made the arrest at Band Parents Slate I Minnesota Twins farm system, was : Talks To Lions occasion. -
of Sheriff Younjblood presented to the club by Rotarian
the request R. E. Phlnney, General MSB- Additional awards were presented -
The boys two, age 13, and one 15 Annual Supper For Jim Beard. :
'grr of the Mill Division Con- On BaseballPete to the following hays
:years old, waived extradition ind turner Corporation of America State Contest TripThe I The Twins and their farm sys. Michnel' Silva, Jilm HresdcnWayne ,

were returned to Nassau County! .'U recently presented with an I tem was the general subject of Hvuls,, hay llutto, Richard al
Jail where they are awaiting Juv award from the National Safety Band Parents' Associationwill Martin's address and he laid that Auplctcm, former pitching Massey Hunk llagins, Bobby Her

mile court action. Council In recognition of the outstanding sponsor a fried chicken sup he expected them to again be a great with the,' Washington Senators I nmuh'Z, Hiisly Taylor Johnny Me\

Parker, who built his home Jus achievement of the employees per on Saturday, May 2, from 3 lop contender for the American the Nt.w'IIrk Yankees ind.. l.unc. and Hut'cling, second dare
of Yulee on U S, 17 about I ll> Lcdtfue pennant us they !have! in recent other' major Loosen clubs, wasuuhl
North In the Timber I 1)1 vis-Ion until 8 p,m. ul the high school I Scout rank,
months ago reported the vandnllam 'Pirating throuuh the year of ]!%j calelcrlii,. years sic|' ker at the regular/ I.t'kIy Hist 1, thus rink woo awarded loScoiilK ,
sheriff's oil ice at 5 H/ iCinlinticd > six) meeting( ol the I.Ions dub, TuclI -I; ]
to the without a disabling Injury, This is the 2nd of the association's on pai{< Mike 1'0\1 nHl'nd and li< n i #
At 7,13: the boys were In CUM I div evening( at Seaside Inn.AppleIon Dickens, ,
p.m. Congratulations were olfered toP I annual suppers sponsored I ,
tody and on their way to Jail. / who was presented to Merit budges were earned by
R Entzmlnger, Timber Dlvis. to promote the band's trip to the '
Younsblood arriving at the Par, bunion M naecr, and through him stale contest Lt. Gov. Thai Makes tin:;'mlnll.b: members by Lion Tom'I ] Wdlter Sliirues, 11,1 die Peterson,

kcr home, said the damage wus apparently lo all his employees, on the! establishment The High School Dante Band t talked on baseball 1 and William Harvey, Frank Harrison,
done by juveniles and I whsl! It has meant to him through frank Flutes Knbcrl Ferreira tied I
of this excellent record. will furnish music for the even Official I Visit To ,
radioed his office which chocked ing. out his career Bennett Itolwrt Bicllurd. Ted AndiTson r

by telephone with the Djvol County .. .. .-. _. ._ -- i Apple-ion told of several Incidents ,. Joe Smith Gary Loveqnlst, r --
sheriff department about any Kiwanis Monday which occurred during. his l major Ben Dickens, Steve Hadden Billy
runway youngsters. Offlchls there league/ career and listed the first Tavlor. and Itcklc Oliver. g

replied that three boys were miss. BY TOMMY HILLU time, he pitched to the great Babe Troop I'll! presided over the J
Ing from their home and gave de Kuth at probably the most out. formal opening and closing tere. .f
Thai Jji'
Gov Ithert- of kion-
w r1rr I blinding moment monies.
scriptions.Youngbloed rrawy
vi lie, made an ofliilal visit to the
said that the great- The d.ite announced for the next r
said the buys had In
Beach Kmanl Club
Fcrnundina rhhr: :: :
their possession a .38 caliber re. I on Monday and was the principalspeiikcr any player I face Is Court nf Honor was June! 10

vclver, 17 silver dollars and some at the dinner meeting, Ho pressine lie said that, In his he. I
(Continued on Page Tool' was presented to the Club by pro. lief, pleasure was no more than Church Women To r r
i Continued on Page Three)
gram chauman. Bryan Maxwell I
Attend FellowshipDay
Beach SpeuknJIIn the 1164! objectives, I I
Fernandina 'l- of Kiwanis International Thai said, Weisner Is Named In JacksonvilleA

Weather w "this Is the year of the challenge
r to personal service, The numberone I As Director-Ar-Large clcIcKJtiun! i of t t'hurehORl"II

U 9 Approved Weather Station objective Is a call to personal For SuperintendentsJohn frcm trrnanilma, Beach will attend
South 7th At Urn Str.et service to the Creator of all man May Fellowship Day, May I.it I,
Leuli Nolan Cooperative Observer h kind. Welsner, Nassau Superintend / All Saints Kpiscopul: Church In 'fa. ,j;
Mi Mln Rain 'b'
"We need to re-examine ourselves enl of Public Instruction! has) Jacksonville.
Thurs. April 2 72 43 0 : lo see if II eIre living! up to been named as Diree'lor-al.Lsrge There will be a coffee> at !9 :W l la .VISS! CHAKLOTTK: HORNETS; was here last week to

Fri Sat.,. April S 4 n 75 l 63 sa ,03 0 I 4 u r our responsibilities Many opportunities 'for .the Florida Education Assoclu-" '' m followed bv a worship service watch her favorite baseball tenm in spring training.
e are available to Klwaniunx, lion |rpartmcnl of County beginning al IOI It. watch
spring training
Sun, April 5 66 39 0 :: supt'r'i With the brunette beauty a* they
Mon April 6 76 sa 0 R. E. IMIINNEV in pictured with the National Safety to objective render, service in support of this inbrndrnbWebnner, was elected In this pmt '. All churches to he In represented the city are Those reguested activity at City Hall I'ark are, left to right Phil! Howser

Tues April 7 83 63 0 ('ouncil'ard.. From left, A. L. Sethr, Safety EnZineer : "People in the Jails and recently al the recent Jacksonville con.teiition Alhhing/ transportation' are asked preHijtnl) and JenerIlIIl1Hnujer of the Charlotte ball club

Wed, April S 90 66 U'I'ba ; Phinney ; P. R. Entzminjcer, Timber Manager ; released from jails are to some of Florida Superintendent' to call Mrs. Otto Pbaostkl, ZbL Joe Crajton and I Don Hill, Charlotte bimintssmtn and

Florida weather! P\ibll'I. furnished UaliUes!

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I THE OLD m.tI "
Two N -Leader, Feinnndina Beach, Tloiida Thursday, April I 0), J 1964FCRNANDlNA I Commission Pinney Antes
-- Donkey Basketball Scheduled April H City used to go a-flshlng

the Mil coilple\ of
beyond A scientific
. BEACH NEWS-LEADER : FBHS 'Muckrakers' Brief SessionIn Away Where all the pretty ttwen grow ground snoopen of the i arnwi.Wlr)
: til A STREET/ PHONES KM a 3811 Ant) Otandpa, In the l lent ago, I Institute of Washington n-pun that
one of the, briefest sesslong I In Had stemmed the brooktCl'hsparkling al least 7,300.(
A John K Perry Newspaper k there are IIKJ) !QUO) )
: Changes some time the City Commission How Of kero /en In the '
000 toni
Ra. r.M*, tt of business In the natermlll am ?
dlfcpowd routine To make I' give or take a pound or 'tThis ,
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCULATION: regular bl monlhlv meeting last here kerogen Is the
> -
. : Published every Thursday and! entered it the Post Office ,I Policy i f'' "' ;y'; night In their chamber) at City I loved to visit Grandpa, nfIII petroleum dcposi morn hOIl

. Fernandina Beach, Florid, n e rnnr| class mail rnatttr, y ,,',!' II Ml, But I was little, then, first husband wai taint
. Subscription Rate: i As a part of their U S. History ," >' The Commission discussed requests And many things I did not know, mid who )later married fin!
. 14 t year 12,25 6 months $1,25 3 Monthi course and as a direct result of for additional street 1gt! :: I wondered at the streamlc. Bow Doyle, Standug

S45U a year out of county the fact that County Government 1 at various points in the city but And how It made the mlllwhceHB
Phil H,
. .-- Week began Monday and will run took no action pending further < It wai' Tort Abclwn and d
through April 10 the students In tudy by the city manager! and dlrectcr To till the dusty bin T C, Iloerlng who made 'lie won
weallh of baseball whichIs amount of keroccn
a savvy on the \hirt
five history sections at Ferniin. of bile works
Jgst Ramblfn'iContinued playing a big part In making the' pi fir dollar about mauiici
: ton
(diva Beuh HlKh School have The request of Ethel Sentell fori My Grandma was so very tilt
Minnesota Twins top! contender In studied the "Mu rol'kl'rI." the frontof national debt
: : I a ex permit to brick veneer And never did she scold
' from Page One) the American I League, bv hilnislngalong I IA The tderakers are a group t of r+ a'' \ Scntelli Reestatirant heard I loved to hear her gent'e voice Kl'rollpnl'as created bv ht II!.

i (ho chow" locution, additional the new lulrnt every year, early 20ili century authors wlrse On motion of L L Bchannnn the It made my eager hrarl rejoice ray of matter during )Hie earl

a Cable Mid controls became nrees.siry I works Inllrrnted legislation For request was okaved pending approval Her toil.worn hand to held Hays of life on earth, ,an,
and they were sprmrd, Slurp The way It looks from here hl.: xamplc tpUn: Sinclair TIIH of the City Planning Advls- stlentlsls, Fn! "l confirmation! m

a the sign hud been tuned over in Fry ban, reilly taken reverse In I Il'omrn'l JINGLE: and Its attest on the ultimate ore Board old old mill now Hands alone their findings however all altl II
' the ethical they have been fared \ atlire Where once a fash' passage of the pure food The permission of the Cornmli. The! itream eye witness report from Bernard
the silent
lonahle garment wai one that Jall! and drug law, made him a muckraker < lIon ilnce the veneer Above Barueh,
with absorption of lie debt, which 'f'1I was requested I and decay have had their
barely covered the Insteps, tome Change
a I III still outstanding;, I feH thai less I JI'I -I will encroach on city property will Before the days of present moor
of the modern brlcfa cover even :
alone Ihli his been a puhllt run.trlbtitlon than step.Ins once did, i; Today Vance Packard and his' America funniest game, )an.1, adults and Tic for children! The Commission approved a request And, somewhere, on i lonely hill, fuel one of the products drrhtdfrom \

t to date that the the arid I WASTEMAKERS, Rachel Canon'I I key Basketball, will\ be held i\\ 'aln Prior to this hilarious perform. by the Merchant Assoclatlcn I The! hand that made the walt'r.I kerogen was used to pwtf

a ed expense should b" resolved] In April 2023 li Chemical Progress/ SILENT SPRING: are only two m of thll year at Yulee High SthocGodfrey ; anie, the Senior Clan li spuntor to contribute $100 to a planned din mill automobiles But with the dl\ IIY.

the name way, without placing Week and a good time for each of many modern muckraker 'l donkeys, of Cresl ent, Ing a barbecued chicken supper ner for buetffll l personnel here for | Now rest In peace, serene ery of so many secret Insretknti

a the burden m Uw IWIT limited' us to think of the direct bearing!! The work of four high/ school I Oklahoma, will appear Tue lay, from 5 until 7 p,m. In the Yulce] spring tnl.ing'of the Minnesota only a few today contain that ker

athletic fund AtWftie 'l.hln. to modern chemistry hal locally II 1 j muckraker li shown below: I April 14, at 7:30,: p,m. In Ira;lined 1 cafeteria, Twins farm elubi I I 10 no more a.nshlnlI ogee byproduct gasoline,
keen' thll an absolute cnmmtmlty Local Residents llapcjr John Tlllakos cast the only ills I Away acres the hill If a cat got 60 yards on each
suggest a salute to the local mllli Keep donkey acts, Hobby Donkey tar. |I, The public Is Invited to an evenIng
project' h asked tI, tend whatever | I In sentlng vote to the request, stating 11II not profane the sacred air In motor fuels, Imjw
for the large put their research Much money li spent yearly by, comedy races and trick ell, cf good food and entertainment i Ingredient
the elwwe It n ernitflbtite to the I I that he felt the expense ihould be Nor wake, the sleeping echoes about to)
plays In the I local and national eco. his( town to make It pretty andto Admission will be $110 fir' lalacs would' get miles
FBttS athletic fund Wherein the make It an Interesting place for 't- borne by the Merchant Aisocla. gallon.
nomy I am always especially reminded rt'he: per
KlKti tins "been noel exclusively tlon I Wlt illent mill:
us to live In and for tourists 1 to
the ads
< of this by Rayonler

. feet tit baseball fnotbal) to also date and, It h I It adaptable i In< hoped which cellulose read 'take and away what the have chemical you. I the visit streets It Is very and Important buildings to pretty make, Phinney Rewards I FBHS Represented by The J Commission T Carter of was the approached E.Z Pic I r For no one walti to mill greet me JOHN E. (Jack )

that he Beside the ancient ;
' that the small' additional equip store here, who requested I
. meat needed/ for the tonvenlfn got T" My hut Is off to both Ray. We must attract tourists here yes Container At State Student be allowed to tell off premise beer i And only memories appear, MATTHEWS
after Employes I : :
may be added In the not too din. onler and Cemla'ner Car nrlltlon of year. i on Sunday I More poignant/ than my heart can
America for their work In this field While this time and
all moneyare
: lam I It was pointed out to Carter that bear Qualified For Governor
fatare.ir I and for the Impact their success being spent on making the On Safety RecordR. I Council MeetingBY I city ordinance forbids luch sale I am content to leave them there, Best
has on this area, i I|I town attractive, many other things/ Paid Pro I A*'.,
. allowed to mill
Thwe'i Hill time to get nut to and that If he were en- Within the ancient Authored by Campaign l Treanmr

: the ball park and ore the Mlnnp.Mi are being left out Many of these E, Phinney, general i JAMETTF GASS gege In the practice other downtown Herbert Luke .
and manager
things are very Important -- ----- --- -
a Twlfii' farm elubs In action be. ( Terpsichorean Club practical Some of them won't help of Container Corporation of Amer. Last weekend, April 2. 3, and 4, establishments would also seek

a for they" begin brMklng ramp I Slates Spring Dance i attract tourists, but It will do lea, recently announced the safety Fernandina Beach High School ouch permission
: neat wee*. Betides/ the budding: record set by the local mill and was represented at the annual I A petition from a number of cltl-
something even more Important i
a jrmifil Man you'11 nee a tot of the For First of May ': : : rent was read In which they protested -
| II than that It will keep the citizens praised emplovei for their effortsin Florida Association of Studelit SHOP
; former great hi baseball:: : who are I of this town happy Keeping them I a letter dater April 2Emplnves Councils, held thll jcir In Tampa, the utilities tax, a proposed THE COFFEE
nine hi wtecirtlv I pmltlnns. rnanagerlal The Terpslchorcan Club will hold were rewarded for The delegates to the convention! I sewerage tax, the garbage tax, any
Is Important
pouts or scouts, Fellows like their annual !Spring' frormul Danceon than happy making even the more tourists happy. I safety efforts, by a plan rccl'ntlyPhlnney'a were !Steve Beckett!, Mike Fiala, Increase In water rates and the 21 SOUTH FOURTII STREET
I lit the auditorium of the the city of the
.1 May ] by
Joe Haync, Sherry Robertson, Billy The one thing I am trying t to Inaugurated Janette Gals, and Charles Bums, possible purchase
Martin, Pete' Appleton I Joe city rerrcntiein center, i ii water system
I II 1 I bring out Is the condition of some letter to each follows: Thursday, the delegates, In all
: Fltrgcrald Packy Roger, Juke i urnlKhlng mimic for the ore'as. After reading of the petition by WILL REOPEN
I faillltlti around Dear Fellow Fmnloyces] : 114 high
of the recreation numbering 800 from
lion will be Dean Hudsrn and IliaOrrhsstra i David Gatchel, Mayor
. Early, AI Evans, George Lacy, Hat I City Manager
be. "On January 31, 1W4 wenpresented ,
of them are you schools, welcomed by the I
the town. Many were
of Atlanta, Georgia, told of three meetIngs -
Keller, Jack McKcon, Ralph Rowe E. J
I with hundred slot
coming rundown and unusable one executive board of the association I with local cllUcns MONDAY APRIL 13
Vera Morgan, Harry Warner Dick : held to date
a Ono I am thinking! about would be Safety And Health Green Stamps at Chamberlain High School i In ,
Welncek, Bill Metstnan, Joe Chris- t odiscusi the proposed sewer extension
e j the condition of the public tennis ,,'hlehl'l're used to announce our Tampa. Entertainment, consl.llnllof
tan, Otto Blutge and other have I Classifieds Pay Off and the possible purchasing; UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OF
new safety contest the
t j i courts, I have had trouble playing year the chorus of Chamberlain, was from Florida .
of the water system
I I Ion these courts for some time You are all to be complimented I presented to the delegates and the Co
Public Utilities
. I Flr.t'e could never get any on the excellent progress you have accompanlng 200 tponsori, followed Johnson commented that "as the BEATRICE FULLWOOD
nets, Now many of the lights made In working since September II by presentation and speakers.

; REPOSSESSED! have burned out and It Is almost I 28 period, 1W3! Congratulations as a disabling Injury' free A 'mixer' and dance were also I'' city grow be produced, more and to more care revenuemust for ne REGULAR MEALS SANDWICHES

1 impossible to play at night Not I part of the entertainment Friday expense of operating the
only that, but we have to pay to I "It la with great pleasure the i the delegates attended another cessary municipality"' His Intimation was
with lighting Whiliwe we enclose with this letter one I I ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
play very poor session at which the Chumberl.tn that iueh. jnoney must be raised
! 1957 CADILLAC I II II have t 10 pay for our lights, pen I thousand (1000)( ) 'Safety and I band entertained and var either by Increased ad valorem1
Health Green which
pie playing basketball right next Stamps are ions speakers made talks The I taxes or by such service charges asI -- -,
I to us got their lights free I be. being awarded'I to all 1 mill emilryces main program during the mornIng I the garbage tax end the proposed

I NEW RECAPS 1964 TAG lime free lights ought to be In. for working through I the first quarter .. was the presentation and vote sewer extension charges for the Individual
of lifii!! without a disabling In
stalled Alter all, It Is a public
on amendments to the state con. citizens,
court l 'Jurv stltutlon of Student Councils
Johnny Davis I 'We are very pleased with the I
Lunch served In the cafeteria
was Youths
i i manner In which the safety com Three Jox .
mlttec the in to all delegates to start t an aftcinocm -
Stale Park Service! I members emplojics
I feel' that the Florida !State | their resoo"tvo| drnsoem.mse .H. I of meetings which! were i Continued from Page One) H.'. Been Gone For A
programmed to enable ill dole change which Parker had reported
',Park !Service' the should fort road not In charge Fir- the pnndid supervisory to the new group gaiety have program res. gates to learn more about the missing Couple of Weeks, Get.
to > on I I ,4
NATIONAL BANK you nandlna gi, 'ach, I feel that thu I With: the continued comWmS efforts alms and tacts cf the student goy The prowlers emptied contents of A
einmint ting Ready To Gat Up
In Parker's himeon
t should be charged only of all we are confident thnl the refrigerator ,

AT FERNANDINA BEACH when people entering the fort, Some peo.I I we can ccnllnue and reach the second That evening the annual ban. the floor threw eggs against New Type of, Ford.
; might want to go on the fort goal cf April, May and June, quit and dance were given for the chain and walls, emptied milk and
I, pic to the North 'let as accident free mm hs, Don't fur delegates and sponsors at the scft drinks on the beds, ripped bed
. read Just 1 101M Floilclctin Hotel, Both were noel>' and ransacked drawers,
might on the gel, this means another t OKI pnfety ilothlng
tics to fish They go "The
fort road Just to have a picnic, ; and Health stamp ph'l a ennui successful] and were enjoyed ball Obscene words were written enI Mustang"LOOK
who ttlcnded
ELECT I cabinet door with carpenter
I I the people should i of fag stamps
feel that
I Saturday morning stalled! wdl, >
1 rcaf'lrm Koptf that chalk,
the fort Let us our
la on
LEROY BERRIE not be chirgcd go the final meeting In which the vandalized
the worst
this contest will conlinic I "It was
should be charge to go
e NASSAU COl'otTYS1TPF.RVtSOR': road Into tin but fort I In the hearts aid mhiHt s' ofI shoals Inldiiig offices next ycai I house I have' ever seen," said Chief FOR IT NEXT WEEK

OF Harvey Robinson I all the Fe-nindma Mill emnl't'rsWe were nomina'cd and elected Deputy Emory Walker
are sure yOI! ill rotntnjie'| to The exceptional programming Duval Ccunty authoiltlis have
REGISTRATIONEkrUn Bench Improvements I contribute nn all out t effort and the Inusing of all the delegates ', placed detilncrs en the three fat FRIDAY, APRIL 17

e : !May S, I9SI that the beach could I tog your null a safe place In hymen of Chamherloln 'questioning about burglaries in
s I believe students made the cenventlon a
to k.I IlIf"k. Jacksonville after they are tried in
I Have t.lel Most Of My I LIfe use some Improverm 11 Is one of \VOl R E, r compete' IlIrC1Ilnd! oil delegate! Nassau CountyCooper's. While Looking At This New Cor
'a Fetuaadhta Beach, Since (d the most Important pnits came home knowing a litl!c or slot -
IN;. of the bluest attractions I R, E. Phinney, '
tcrnandina, one more about t their! orpanlzattin! How About Letting Me Service
a I Am One Of The Two Survivors and It brings thousands I alter Mill Division
a Of The Polio EpidemIc of people here each year If we Container C:I'JI<)ralion I''| Laundry and Gas Up Your Car?

' Here In 11108. wire to have' the beach washed America."' I Episcopal ChurchInquirers'
i I Attended Si Joseph a Aen. would com.

I Jrftiy And Feraandlna Illib away Ing, ,aid the this people would put stop a lot of Class Coin-Operated ESSO SERVICE
a Vhool Lt. Gov. Thai Ma
I Hare Had Business Fxnrr. men and wimtn out of buslnisnThen i es Set For April 26 and
Laundry Dry
, Irnte, we should go about helplna
a I Am A Properly Owner AndS It t Is to build a I'aI all which I Continued frem Pace '0t"' An adult sod yculh class rr Cleaning
Taxpayer, would run from the end of northcacti TIIF EPISCOPAL CHURCH b LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY

a It Fleeted I Print To gene to I the golf course It would extent sibjecl* to whom imr IS..I scheduled In' begin in' Sands Mrs Doris Howard,

You Courteously And EM- cost a lot of money, but It would sistance Is a vahnble aid Tot lake evening April 2B, In Whitney Hall/ 629 South 8th
, neatly be worth It. Wo could get the I the word of Cod In the old folks' at St Peters Episcopal Church. Manager Street

from home, Is on excellent mea'p of The class \\'11be\ open to all Interestcd .
Thanking You In Advance For \w' Vote and Support the money profit back that In\\a'e'ould few years get from meeting this responsibility." persons they are lath & Dcech Streets YOUR FORD nEAtEn SINCE 1010

. the tourists that come from out of "The cal I to service In support I confirmed or non.confirmed, Everyone ___ .
-- -- -
town We should also build the of our youth la being met by many Interested In receiving con ---- --- -

. beach toward' having more enter Klwanls Clubs; Thai said, "bY the : flrmatlon on June 21 should at.

talnment for the people 10 that It establishment In their communities | lend the class However no one

Safety fit would bring more tourists We of Key Clubs" (fin High School)) and who, attends this Inquirers class

a should expand the life guard area Circle K Clubs (fin Colleges) Is obligated In any way
for the protecticn of the peopU, ",\ real service could be render A children confirmation class H. S. "Herb" McKendreeCandidate

and do mire work on the Foil ed under this objective. In encour- will begin !Monday, April 27 at
of the biggest altrar aging sti dents to go Into the teaching 3 130: pm. Parents if children who
Houffs which I Is one
!! si Day Inns in the town If we would do profession Our erected re.sponsihilitv .. wish to be confirmed should cen For Sheriffof

this, I bclicvp It would Improve Is the training and education tact Rev James tllisor before

. the town grcatlv of our leiders of tomorrow, April 27Annual, Nassau County
Jerry Bunch The frequently heard Inslinces of
disrespect for teachers Is an area

ail A 12 America LMeii which. will bear the scrutiny of Klwanlans Minstrel
. We live In America, the most to bring about a better relationship .
between teneher and student
advanced clIllzitlon on Earth: Continued( Item Page One
a 9 3 however' here In America we havenme ;' Thai further stated NIGHT AT 528 SOUTH 8th STREET

of the most hl7.ardolll drlving lie commended the Key Club Clane, Mike Flala Carson I\frK.'n-

I s 4 unditlcns of any country All highly and said thnt ItII' doing dice. E, B, Philips and Robed FREE BOILED SHRIMP, COKE AND COFFEE

765i the United Stales It Is thenme a wonderful j Jnb but 1'11Ihl' fact Skipper) also nn the guitar -
; o\er that scuxiU in the :North< ,
Traflie deaths are Increasing many ileaI'd111\ be such favorites ai 4
. Then- were banning the establishment el "Ultig-Deng Daddy from Pumas."
i year
PM i ia deaths ono year not all due to the driver Key Clubs. because of their icle*. Up A Lay River;' "Dark Town r % A motorcade will start at the city limits on South 8th

a, Many of the roads llvlty of membership, Strollers Bill"' and many others

: throughout and car I the country are In At the conclusle of his talk, the Frank Warner of Jacksonville! Street at 6 p.m. and will tour the city, winding at the

such a mesa that they cause manyceldentn. Lt Governor met with the Boardof noa finalist on the Ted !Mark \\ up

Directors of the Club Talent Sho\v, will be featured with 'new headquarters.

U For our cllotonlrU1110 /inMi. llic I I'noinp" Jay One main example of these natardoui Key Clubbers who were guests his harmonica Also fl'atllred111

eftrr banking hours, we |iru\idc night d''joMtorv road conditions ran bofound I at the ml'l'lInll1'1'1'1' George Shef. be Rick Peoples of Rado! WP\P
I service, In our town, namely, North field and H.w Cox and were Intro Marshall Rowland former local ,1

a 14lh !Street' Through the years laced by Mwanian Fred Cook, radio station corer will be 'at This Get-Together Is To Give "Herb" A Chance To

No need to carry cash! home Dank it and le this road has deteriorated until it They presented the Key to City home' again as the master of .'. a ,..

i laCe I Is now In shamblei, Only miner Manager David Gitchel, who asked ceremonies, His rollicking country Meet The Many He Has Not Had The
to he Invited to their club at an. Opportunity
Come have been made In this boy attic Is always a sieclal; attraction .
In repairs
today and let us explain| tins simple I other' lime due to his Inability 11 ,

and proUctivc method of banking, I streetS> .let, us be awake and find a ml'I'I1111 them !tonight, The" key Sf lolsts will\ be Dennis rl'l' trup, To See As Yet.

1i i silutinn! to this preblem It Is amajir was then given Klwanlan Bryan !Mortis Skipper Wanda Shealeyand

I problem and It needs at. Mtixwcll, Austin Seimmcrs. In specialty)
1t Ned Knhrs, visiting Kiwanlan
applies nunX'rs.:
t FLORIDA National Bankat Ipntlun to this case now,: This"The proverb life you IIVt'may from the Bay Village, Ohio club, Bib Springer Is musical director I tou'u Aft tJlWtte'l

lie your own," Act now end made up his attend'mee. and will be at the piano, with

). xx save lives, Club singing. was' led by Thomas Chuck Ji:nes en the drums
I .emancllna. Q I. Hull with louis Ferreira at the
Mike Rylant
piano Dill Webb presided The new.born porpoise calf Is

-------1 delivered normally la born tail Paid\ Political Adv.rll..nlent1"re

: Trade At Home Try A Classified Arf !first,. Marlneland of Florida reports

. -

r _, New Leader Fernandina reach, Flul'itlnThul' day, April 9, ]1961 Page Three

House Member

Board of Commissioners THIS

Meets Monday Sample Uit'irt" t o, ::1
I 1UI .'or 41111'I SAMPLE BALLOT i;
The newly formed

Clinch Tnlttee Historical of the Duncan Society I Primary Ballot :IIAnLES m: :qTT; __ L. IS FURNISHED

the White.first home meeting of Mr.Monday and Mr I I I' : R, II "Bol l'AHTElt AS A

The main purpose of l I DEMOCRATIC PARTY J. }'. "Johnnie": : ('LANTON( i : I
log was planning how PUBLIC
I HAROLD f. E"l hl'.III'IW)
range the recently I '
MAY 5 1964
ci house and manage! It as i ,
eum, William Galphln :I JAMES T AJ.J.S BY JIMMY
background and present NASSAU COUNTY
the house. i \ : JAMES S. (Jimmy)
It was pointed out -
uncle of George Davis, J X
i 51 EV ENS
I i
was the first owner of I'tlU1.IC SIm\'ln: FEATURE: '
lug George Davis has
the co-ehalrmanshlp with FURNISHED! \ BY
ely of the House Member

furbish Mrs. the William house.Sdbcrt f James S. (Jimmy) Stevens Board of County Commissioners ,
phln have named the
members to the I t; 1)islriet I i Nn, 3

were In attendance: ) i 1 t Yule F'nr. Ono')
Elvin Mrs. Wm. F. I _
Mrs. I. W Hirdoe, Jr.. } -- -- -- I I Ii
ol1NF'E'red'() ARSIS11tNSr(} (; ,
G. Cooper !Mrs W. A. CONGRESSIONAL .
and Mrs John Ferreira I i
Mrs George Davis, i 0, W. HELL' I IIVetc JI E
Bands, Mr. and Mrs. A. United States Senator
Arthur, Ed Comely and : I I It. 1'. nlt'\l- >lJo'l I IJ-
Mrs. Robert White, hosts ; lee one ,
--- -- -- ,-
At the silver tea to be Fla.'i'f ; I.OUIS FAIII15111GINIIO'fllAM;: ) ; : : L.J
Mrs. J. J, G. Cooper I SI'ESSARD L. IOLLANDI__I_ I. -'- -- !l
Cecil Breton, paintings Member d
type picture albums, ship I II DRAILE't'I ODIIAM) [ \ I I
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and mementoes will be Board of Public Instruction L I
from 3:30: to 6 p,m. I STATE
12lh. )Ii j..1 rid :'\0. Z I

Governor l\'IIIt' "or 011I'1 1
Eastern Stars To I
(vole For Dads W, A. IIAIIO'K)) I I I j
Hold Rummage ( !! ) -
Here This 'nomItNS I I llENHY ('I.YlII'II'S: :' ( ; I i

Chapter 55, Order of I, i FRIU?: ) HUn JiKIN80 I._=: !I 11UBEIYI': N \''' '..\ 1'1__+ _.J I IIZOIH'l E \
Star, will hold a
beginning today and : r KING HlGII I Member Board of Trustees I
Friday and Saturday in '
Ing next to Charlcne'l on 'I I FREDERICK. KARL _-1-.1 Humphreys Memorial Hospital

Ave Anyone wishing to I, | I' : i SCOTT KELLY I_I District No :2
-- -- -
sale Is asked to call I II t\'olp.'orOnel C
JOHN E (Jack) MATIIEWS--L -- -
Beard or Mrs Robert t I
I I I : : : \ tr : I LOUIS A. nmnmA; : -1-'
General I -
Attorney I
I :J;: w. "Bully" JJ( (I'S: I __---1
(Vole For Onel) -- -
: i i Member Board of Trustees
TO SELL : : EARL ,FAIRCLGTH -----r---I I ,
-- -- -
BRICK AND I I Humphreys Memorial HospltCJI
CUSTOMER'S Uilollrlrt No.4'

PAYMENTS OF : Commissioner, 1\'It! For oriel
PER !MONTH Florida Public Utilities --0--
( ) :
$350 Per Sale I I ( i Commission ii t C, "UI'nnie" UWIS; I 1'I I.
Bonus (Vote For One -
I !! !! : Member Board of Trustees J JAM E S S

Write Mr." I (I.!!(!ILIA! S. HI.EEH _---------1_ I! ___ Humphreys Memorial. Hospital a
Box 8299 Jax. .
I C omm"ill! re. a p unsnr nellonwlde items of expenditure.He EDWIN I,. "Ed" MASON I I I
) noted that the three major District No.5 :
-- communities ( MY )
---- --- --- effort to encourage
''to offer free and voluntary 10- problems of operating a school sy. LEGISLATIVEwile. / .'orOnel)
stem are teacher recruiting, transportation ---
point Safety-Checks of vehicle ',---

Properly certified by the State Depart condition, andWHEREAS': Theme for the annual and of the the oft-times public, misunderstanding Member CW._ "Cliff" BHANUIES I.--I, -.

ment of Education for the office of Sup Safcty-Check Is "Join the The largest number yet to attend. State House of Representatives BRENDA C, CHAVf __U
Circle of Safety Check Your one of the current series of meetIngs -

erintendent, to serve you now and to retain Car Check-Accidents Check "Your Driving the chairs by the but Union three Council filled found and all II _-- (Veil.Far_one_ )______ Member Ocean Highway S :

our schools on the Southern Asso- :NOW THEREFORE, I. E. J. was said by one that It was like GEORGE II. nusJo) i I and Port Authority :
ciation's accredited Johnson, Jr., Mayor do hereby going back to school with their own -
designate and proclaim the week school system as the subject. ('LAUDE: 1-; WfNGATE -----I j Group No. 2
of April 17th-24th, as VEHICLE Also attending the mCl'tllllll're
Fully Qualified To Serve YOU and YOUR Children SAFETY-CHECK WEEK and call two representatives of the local COUNTY ___ (sate For One' ___ .
every citizen to "Join the Food Fair store as a public rela.
ELECT Circle of Safely Check Yoour (Ions gesture. JAMES' M. JURI> ..
Car Check Your Driving The Council held a question and Sheriff T
Check Accidents." All traffic or. answer session on ways to better (Vole FurUneS THOMAS_ 1t. KING d r
Dean B. BlankenshipAS ganlzntions, public officials, public relations for the store as a civic --- -- -
information media, service and project and ways and meant to t mN: SOIt'NSEN: : :
trade assoclitlon, Industries better this project were brought 'JOAN G. HAItROW L I --- -- ,
YOURSUPERINTENDENT schools, and churches are hereby out. AYWOOI UYAL- Constable a
OF urged to take an active part In A motion from the floor was > A. ---I -t
this trafllc solely program, and made to thank the Food Fair peo. Iislriet) No. I
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION join In the "Circle of Safety" to pic for their cooperation In the 1 II[, S. "Ht'rU" !\ : : ____ __ E
help promote "Safety In The Six numerous projects to which they (vole Fur (One)
Your Vote and Support Hill Be Appreciated ties." have contributed In the past. II, J. YOVNGBLOOU I 1 -- --------,---

Mote Forward With New IX WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have In summing up Wclsner's ad. -- ---- HAM 11. JUNES: _,. ,
LeadershipPaid here unto set my hand and causedthe dress, Chairman Jim Parsons had Tax Assessor -
Seal of our City to be affixed, this to say: "If( we want a good' (;iENN: E., Kilt('JIENS: I
Political Adv, i ISEALE) J, Johnson, Jr., school system we are going to have (Vole For Use' 1I 1-
Mayor to pay for_ it." Parsons .added that -- --- I !:. l'I'nlts: : ___ 1_ V
I he thought a snowing or a recent D, H. :"Buck" BJCIIANAN I---
,. __ .!
I TV film on the Pinedas County JES": _: M,. 'REGISTEREDDIE __
school system would be a good project McKENDREE j I !
no. ee I for someone here to take up -- ---- Justice of the Peace
and see that It is shown locally,
DOROTHY JEFFREYSBALOGH I Parsons said that the Sheriff Superintendent of Public lJiiotrld No :3
office will be under discussion at .Instruction
next Tuesday night's session. I\'ot. Fart/ne) E

t; $. I Jim Wilcox To Get /\eSeI'orOs"' I I TI-JI: I.. IJlwmWo) ; : ; i --1- -


( Deputy Supervisorof a As April Graduate \\ls-mR: I I
Registration ) Jim Wilcox the son orfr.! and of
q Mrs Jim Wilcox of, Clinch 'Drive, Supervisor Registration Ui..trktto.. :3 N

will graduate! from the Universityof vote t'ur One' 1\1. tOur Ones
Florida on April 19, 1964. recetvlixf _
To The VotersOf the degree of Bachelor of -j.-
Science in Agriculture with co. ROY I.. AIWJ.IN I I JUAN IIJoNItY: IIIAl'UUS: : j I 1

In Animal Science and
majors Agricultural Economics DOROTHY JEFFItJoYS; _BALOGH; I _ALI'II J N, IIICKS I .
Nassau County: Recently tapped for Florida Blue I I I
Key the University of Florida's LImo BEHlm: j! j I fONALII!)_( II, SL'HlmNCY 1---1 S

honorary leadership fraternity, he
Due to the pressure of the work at this time in the office of Su has Agricultural served ai Council president, Block of and the KATHRYN "Teenc" HAUUOCK I I Justice of the Peace

pervisor of Registration, for which I am a Candidate, I have : Bridle Club, and the University's I.l'CIU: KITCIIENS --- I I District: No.6I
Livestock Judging Tram, Jim Is a
been able to do very little campaigning. I hope before May member of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity I DUN) "Beano" ROBERTS I i I ____ (vole t'ur Ones
the Legislative Council
5th to see many of you and personally ask for your Vote If I elected from the College of A(rl. 1.otJlS: : .JUNES I WINGATEJ: __ !I...T, BL.\I\I': ''I I COUNTY
culture, and has served In FlavctVlllaxe
should fail to contact you, please accept this as a personal note Government for two terms Member BEN: _.la. LN I __J t

from me to you, asking for your consideration. I on commissioner the :Mayor's for Council two termi.and as a Board of County Commissioners Constable COMMISSIONER

I After graduation! he will Join American .
Vote for the Candidate with 9 years experience as Deputy Supervisor I Cyanmid Company In agricultural District No. 1 Uislrlcl) : No.6

pharmaceutical sales, and (fV.... Foe Oats, DISTRICT
thus best of IVIII. For One
qualified to serve as your Supervisor will reside in Gainesville -
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Registration. Beach He graduated high !School from In Fernandinn 1955 alter QUELL: DELLS ___ -I! __ I ItOBER1': II. GEIGER; : -____ -.I _I 1 NO. 3 L
Thanks sincerely which he served four year In the
Air .'oreeIe Is married to the (LARRY POOLE I I I F. C. GEIGER: .. I t
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DOROTHY JEFFREYS BALOGHPaid former Serrill I iBebe Harrell aka P
Political. AdMMlitment of Fernandina Beach, and they >tt C "Rudy" RUTISHAUSER I. I; O. A. JOINS I I pats PoIII..t Advertt"m.ntHistorical
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'',"ire Four -- News-Leader, Fernandina Poach Florida Thuriday\ April 9, 19G1 UDC ,To .Sponsor

!< Episcopal Chapter Engagemen t I Told Here High School

Miss Lucy Dyal Homemakers' Class Vows March Meets With Miss Essay .Contest

Is Tapped For Holds Tuesday Meet .Repeat 30Mr. Katherine WhitneyMiss ; "< .,. -.""(.',.,....'.. ', Mr. and Mrs J. Lelcnd Peterson The IMfed Daughters of tie,

Sophomore Council I At Leo Lyons Home Katherine Whitney enter.. r ,: ",ri ; r : : of Beaufort, North Carolina their, Confederacy Amelia island Chap.

tamed St. Monica' Chapter of announce the! engagement! of ter, Is sponsoring an essay eon-
Mfm" Lucy D.\.l, a student at j The Humemakcr. Sunday School the Women of St. Peter's Fpls. i; daughter, Cheryl to Mr Harold test entitled, "Medicine and Surgery .
Florida State University and the Class of the Five Points Baptist copal Church at a breakfast at Jvny Simpson, son ol Mr. and During the Civil War."

daughter of Mrs Lucile 0. Dyal ,I Church met Tuesday night at the her home the morning ol Tues f Mrs. II G. Slmspon, also ol The contest Is open to all high
has been tapped) for membership Amelia Road hume of Mrs Leon. -4J4; day. April 7. Beaufort fchool Juniors. There will be ani

In the Sophomore Council. 'I I I aid Lyons After the social hour, a study Mr. Simpson, a Junior at North I i award for first and second places.

The Council Is a leadership and I Mrs George Smith led the devotion course began when Mrs Howard Carolina State allege at Raleigh: ., )In connection with the contest, Dm
service organization and Is the which wan followed by a Hammond 'led the devotion Mrs Is the granrtsrn ol Mrs. II S. Skipper hook, DOCTORS IN GRAY Im.

highest nun-academic honor that chain prayer fi.r the pulpit cum. tl S. Baughman took rhirge ol of this city been presented to the F.B.H,S.
can come to a freshman woman' : mi lee as they seek a new pastor tt e ; the discussion "On Thanksgiving," The bride-elect Is a Junior at library by the chapter Pamphlets
at KSU. The Council members aid for the church.A followed by a question and answer the University of North Carolina and' other Information concerningI

with orientation, campus elections, I short business meeting wan period which created much Interest 4 at Greensboro I I the contest may be obtained (rum
and the administration of entrance held with Mrs. Smith, the prtsl. ulp In the study of the scriptures I The wedding will take place the lelmol library or from members
examinations, I dent presiding. It was announced Mrs Fletcher Shurley announced June 27 In Beaufort of the chapter
of that of the ? the following dates of Import. 1
Miss Dyal, Is also a member some much needed The history department of the
Alpha Lambs Delta, freshman Hems for the nursery had been ante: I schoul I Is In charge of the: coolest
women's scholastic honorary; sec. I purchased and that more wouldbe I April IS, the first Parish supper" Mclnnlg presented "Order of Wor. The most outstanding' history student
retary of the Foundation Scholarship bought soon. This class has I since before Lent Is let for 6:30: ship," as her topic. Fifteen five- will also receive an awardI
organization, Intro Home undertaken the needs of the nur. yenr-olds helped to show a deeper I
the I their for I r. pm.April 20, the annual spring district through from the chapter.
Council: publicity chairman of sery as project the comIng s ,eN I J' understanding of worship
w 1 I It was announced that the executive
meeting of the Churchwomen
Wesley Foundation; end a member months. the use of "Music In Worship.
11'11be\ held at St. Philip's In Jack beard of the UDC chapter
of the FSU concert band The hostess served refreshments Selections Included on their pro.
lonvllle, Lunch will be served I will meet at an curly date to make
I 4 Women Included "Little Star, "Be-
Her major Is bacteriology. to the 9 members and S visitors j + Presbyterian gram ,
for Confederate Memorial
April 27, the second quarterly plans
y Day
Including tiles Smith F hold "Wise Man, "Every
present f
Pet. Elect New OfficersAt Day services to be held, April 26.I. .
I Mrs Jackie Guest Mrs. David JfA meeting of the Women of St. With Jesus," and "Father We
Hospital Auxiliary Hull ]Mrs\ Curtis Bass, Mrs. Nell I cr'i will\ be held at B p.m. In Whitney I General Meeting Thank Thee," I. _________
Hall. Hostesses for the evenIng I
To Meet Drake Mrs. Hinton Guinea Mrs. announcedshe
TuesdayThe Mrs. James C. Lewis
will\ be St. Monica's Chapter. the Women of the Church okayed'
Harold Reynolds, Mrs. Ronnie The women of the Fernandlnn
was accepting membershipsto the underwriting of the costs of
The executive board will meet .
Womnn'a'sfttillary' to Humphreys 11)'ITS, and Mrs. Lyons Beach Presbyterian Church are
Memorial" Hospital will prior to the quarterly meet. among 350000 Presbyterian women' Columoia friendship Circle. the church youth going/! to Camp
Members present at this meeting She said that It la through these Rock Eagle! for a three day meet.Ing .
14, at 3:30 .
meet Tuesdiy, April :
Mrs, Boyd Kennedy' Miss Rubblc affected by the plan of reorganization .
the annual
were: Mrs. Dan Daugherty, I voluntary gifts that International following pilgrimage
In the hofpTtal! dining room.
f m. \ of women's work recently t
I Lee Thompson and Mrs. Lois
Mesa Wendle Brooks Mrs. E. V. I students are brought to the Culled to Columbia Seminary at Decatur -
Several projects will' be submit. Reid spent list weekend In Ha/rl- Garcia, Mrs. Shurley, Mrs Hammond adopted at a meeting, of the Board States fur special sudy, GaCoflee .
'ted by the executive committeeand I hurst, Ga. with Mia. 1i. 1 D. Wilson, James BenSorrnsen. of Women's Work.
Mrs. Bird, Mrs Mrs. Evert Elvln In her report was provided by Circle
lull attendance Is urged Sr.i, sister of Miss Thompson mid I In with this new''I
a so ]Mrs Baughman, ind conjunction from the executive board meeting, 'No,, 1 Iith Chairmen Mrs. JV..
that the stale may be voted on. Mrs. Reid program, the Women of the First
Mrs Carmen Stapleton. Mrs
__ told of the session during which Williams and Mrs. Nancy Srlbcrt.
H James Elllsor was welcomed as a Presbyterian Church nominatedthe )
visitor to the meeting. following officers at a general

The May meeting will be at the meeting April 2.

BREAKFAST BY THE SEA and :Mrs Ronald Roscoe ColemanIn home of Mrs. Shurley on Amelia I Slate of officers for 1964-65:

Road. President Mrs James Long:
a lovely wedding of early I Ilce I was complemented with a Vlce-Presldent' Mrs Henry Alii- SPRING TIME FOLLIESDANCE
siring! Miss Chine Anna Carpenter short bolero designed with a I II son; Secretary, Mrs. Walter J.
gA fllanda i daughter of Mr. and Mrs I rounded neckline and long tapered I Officers ElectedAt Preston; Treasurer Mrs. W. A.
at p Lewis Ormond Carpenter, became sleeves with Illy points at the I Rose Garden Davis; Historian, Mrs. I. W liar.
the bride of Mr Ronald Roscoe wrists. The floor length! skirt dee, Jr; Chairman, Personal ;:
I Colemim. The brldl' room's par. I I softly gathered at the fitted waist. Club MeetingThe Faith and Family Life, Mrs John

Travelers on the Buccaneer Trail ants are Mr. and Mrs Roscoe line, and extending to a circular Rose Garden Club held Its W. Dozier; Chairman, Christian

will find! cheery atmosphere and Coleman of Miami Chapel train, was banded with 'I, monthly meeting at the home of Community Action, Mrs. E. C. SATURDAY APRIL 11
a Rev Nelson Moyer, pastor of Alencon lace Inserts embroideredIn Mrs George S, Fox Monday afternoon Burgess, Jr; Chairman, Ecumenical ,
: a pleasant setting for the morning Memorial Methodist Church, per. seed pearls Interspersed with I April 6th. Mrs John Bar. Mission and Relations, Mrs.
formed the double ring ceremony pearl teardrops Her full length Adam Chairman, Leadership .
nlak was co-hostess. 9:30 'Til 1 1:30
: a.m.
meal In the sanctuary at seven o'clock, veil of silk Illusion was ranch! to I The tea table was aglow with a and Resources, Mrs. Phillip : p.m.
FROM A.M. TO 10:00 AM. March 30th, before the back of her silk crepe and illusion .
SERVED 5:30: : a large as. lovely centerpiece of pansies and Jackson; Circle Chairmen, Mrs.
nemblage of relatives and friends. pillbox hat encrusted with calendulas and fern arranged by A. E. Taplin, Mrs. Fred McLean,
JUST NORTH OF THE CATERING TO GOLFERS i seed pearls and teardrops. She '
Palms and native greenery were Mrs. K. E, Townsend and grown and Mrs. Eugene T, Hord
: OCEAN PIER : I carried a crescent sheaf ef step
AND 'WE' Golfed'Wli'Find Our HeartyFERNANDINA used on the altar with branched by Mrs Cecil Hell A profusion ol/ The streamlined, simplified re-
hanotls, llly.of-lhe.valley and or. ,, I
BEACH Breakfasts A Happy Approach candelabra, entwined with gar. other spring flowers, all grown organizational plan ls aimed at
centered with
sage awhile
.I GOLF COURSE To The First Tee lands of fern, holding lighted: orchid I held with white satin by the members was displayed stressing relationships, of womenIn
ON THE OCEAN SIDE Fishermen: Bring Us Your cathedral tapers. The windowswere throughout the seaside home Two them responsibilities In the family By
ribbons. Her '
OF S. FbeVCHER: AVE. Early Morning Catch And banked with grecnry and the only ornament was i new members, Mrs. T, J. Northey the congregation, the community .
: of
LUNCHEONS BY We'll Prepare To Your Own family pews marked with large a pair gr.1 earrings gift of I and Mrs. F. R. Shurley were welcomed and around the world.

RESERVATION.LEK Taste white satin bows. the d Into the club by President, The new program Incorporates' MAX;: SIRMANS) ORCHESTRA

Mrs. Lewis K. Nolan, organist, The Reception Mrs. R, L Rauschert proposals to: strengthen women''
WEITMAN MORGAN, Manager rendered a program of nuptial I There was a short business
as individuals and In groups In
() PER COUi'LESponsored:
Fernandina Beach Florida Immediately following the ceremony $2.00
> music as the guests assembled : meeting at which I Mrs George the church In their participation
"Hawaiian Wedding Song"/ and a reception was held In Fox rsce Hall and Mrs. R, I In the ongoing program of the

.- -. "The Lord's Prayer" were the I I Parish Hall. E. Townsend chairmen of the whole church, study changing
solos rendered by Mrs Don Mrs. Carpenter mother of the !I nominating committee presentedthe I needs of women In today's world, I II
Brown. B'I bride, greeted guests In a becoming slate of officers [for the com. I develop plans for women In their By
: dress of beige lace over [ Ing The following officers I
; I year. personal, family, community and
Han TheatrePhone Attendants toast taffeta worn with a match. I were nominated and elected: Mrs. world relationships; increase lendership ,
ing hot Her accessories were hi F. Woolscy] president, Mrs \ I
Miss Myrtlee Carpenter was her opportunities: enlarge field 1
sister's maid of honor. Another beige and she wore a shoulder \\8. Sell, first vice president; service to women In local church ': KRAFT ATHLETIC CLUB
1.4R.s. 'c. E. Beach MET. corsage of pink Sweetheart roses. John second vice .
:! = sister, Mrs Frederic I'. G lines, I Knight I cs; Improve means ol Interpreting
Mrs. Coleman mother of the
president: Mrs Walter Preston and the guide! i
Jr, and Mrs Tomy Guthrie were I I I promoting program! ; s
bridegroom, chose tress of
bridesmatrono and Miss Joann a treasurer; Mrs Mabel Milton secretary I women Into use of the Revised
: FRIDAY, (r SATURDAY campugne silk broc de. She worea Mrs. Fox, publl- PRETTY LEGS CONTEST
Coleman, sister of the bridegroom, I ; George i I Plan of Organization and Pro. ,
while tint and while accessories,
; :: APRIL 10 & 11 i was bridesmaid,, city. i gram: and .continue and Increase
Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30: & 7:10:: Miss Carpenter chose! a floor and rosesThe a. corsage of pink Sweetheart : Mrs. H. J. Scofleld! reportedthat cooperative work with men of the DANCE CONTEST
I t there' would be a Flower church.
:: COOL"I length/ gown of cranberry red silk I reception hall was decorated I Show school In Jacksonville the I I
: JOHNNY crepe designed/ with an Empire During the musical portion ol
with handsome white floor bas.
first week In May. It will be ton-
waist 1 accented IIh seed pearls I I the general, meeting, Mrs ChIC i I
kl'ts holding arriinuemenls! of ducted by the Jacksonville Garden'
: ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY HENRY SILVA I and teardrops Her headpiece was white bridal flower. Canrtchbra Clubs and there will be aeci'edited --
I of nriUhlng cranberry silk and holding lighted pink tapers complemented Instructors to demonstrate I Ii
she carried an arm bouquet of I
; Friday 9:25: Saturday 4:25: & 9:25: pink roses held with pink satin the setting./ I flower arranging
ribbons. I The bride's table was oVl'rlakll The program was given by Mrs. A Supermarket In Your Home
: I with a handmade, candlelight lace Walter Preston Mrs. B. B. Wilson
; "THE BRASS BOTTLE"BURL The other attendant wore
sea of pink silk crepe, made Identical cloth and centered with a tieredbride's I and Mrs. John Knight Mrs. Preston .
cake The punch table was .
She described
: the maid! of honor's, with discussed design.
overlaid with while lace and helda
They carrled I the lines of an arrangement as
I' mulching hondpieccs.
TECHNICOLOR crystal punch bowl: Silver can.
bouquets' of American Beau. a "visual path along/ which the eye
deliibra held lighted pink Is led. Designs are divided Into
Iv ruses with matching/ satin ribbons tnpl'rs'l
complementing the silver two major kinds, curvilinear and
SUNDAY & MONDAYAPRIL i [ stal appointment I II rectllnear. Diagrams were displayed _
Jr, was
F. Gaines
Frederic I I Serving cake and punch I II a1NI AAl
12 & 13: illustrating designs under ltlrrala
best and under were Joe
m in
I Mrs S L Tarlton Mrs R. B. Mrs. Wilson
: Sunday 2:.J4t.& 7:30:: Monday 7:30: () Sinl.ino. Sam R Sti-wmt, Douglas Loikword and Mrs B, F Dickens these displayed major an heads Interesting group of

Decker[ aril Tomy Guthrie For their wedding trip to J1mnleal I containers and gave suggestionsas HOLDS frm

1 "PINK PANTHER"DAVID The Bride by plane, Mrs. Colemim selected a to which kind to use with the
spring suit of turquoise and white designs discussed by showing'
; MVEN PETER SELLERS The sl.itely brunette bride, givenIn I rayon, with white silk blouse.' Her three arrangements made, accordIng -

ROBERT WARNER CAITCINETECHNICOLOR; I marriage I bv !her father, was hat and'acccssorles were white and to the lines and containers UP TO
radiant In her original wcddlnlll she wore the on hid corsage from discussed by the two other members
I gown' of while silk linen acceented her brldnt bouquet, j of the program.
with Alenvon Inca The fitted bod- I Upon their return they 11'11bl'\ at The last meeting of the year
... home nt 1081 Spring Garden lid., will be held at the home of Mrs ,

Apartment 9, Mldmi.Oul.O'.Tolln I B. B. Wilson at three o'clock May

Guests 3rd. At this time Induction of of. i 420
fleers will take place. A buffet

Mr. and Mrs F, F, Guinea, Jr., I II dinner will be enjoyed the follow. .
i I Jacksonville, Miss Mjrtlce' Carpenter 'I Ing Friday night, May 9th at six
ARE YOULOOKING iI LaGrange!: Ga, Mr. and thirty at the home of Mrs. H. F.
t Mrs. Roscoe Colcm of Miami I Sahlman Husbands of the members

r ML I Miss Jo Ann Ciilcman. Tallahas have been Invited and have IBS.
see Mr and Mis Kenneth P. been asked to participate In muk-
: Newell and sons Kenneth Alnn Ing flower arrangements M i1ce.232

? and Jimmy Newell of Tampa, Mr.

. and! Mrs, James llnunrth of Little Mrs. H. J. Scofield
Complon, K 1.I and Mr. and Mrs
Henold: Goodwin; of I Ilopedale, I Attends State-Wide


; IF YOUR PROBLEMS ARE : I Rehearsal Dinner I Mrs H J. Scofield attended the

- I Mr. and Mrs fouls O. tarpon annual meeting of the Florida
I ter entertained at a rehearsal I Council of Flower Show Judges
:, a. SERVICING OR REPAIRING OF GAS! EQUIPMENT I dinner Sunday evening at Seaside" held In Orlando on April 2nd. Mrs

Inn, 'for the honored couple and I ScofMd[ Is a member of the Hose
monikers of the wedding party Garden Club and Is the only na \
: C. RANGE NOT J PERFORMING AS (GOOD;( I AS SEVERAL YEARS: AGOd. The dining table was attractively tionally accredited flower show Only ,42" wide requires"Minimum

ESTIMATE ON IIEATING AND COOLING() SYSTEM I decoialed IIh a profusion ofspring Judge While In In Nassau Orlando County.she visited the I apace
STARTS AT $199.95
e. UNSATISFACTORY HEATING SYSTEM I Ii During the evening, the !honored beautiful' headquarters building Adutt t | 'blt temperature
j couple presented their attendant and grounds of the Florida Federation control f fi IJIFFERENTIOELS: )

Z Then Your Problem Could Be Solved Just By Dialing 225-5146 !': with brance.appropriate Rifts of remem I II Florida of is Garden one of Clubs the very few I I r, TO CHOOSE FROM

States that has a Garden Club Center balanced Ild-
3 If No Answer Dial 225-5207 !I headquarters building airtight( teal for efficient 3 CHEST FREEZERS

i hOSCJH It's Time To Think of freezing
Mrs. Edna Weimer ; recently
Storing Winter Garments! I returned from an extended visit e Baked enamel finish' for 3 UPRIGHT FREEZERS
Good Housekeeping Gas Co. DRY CLEANING with her daughter, Mrs. Marvin I IHardl'l' protection

SPECIAL Sr., and family In Nor. permanent INCLUDES THE FABULOUS
rl gun City. La. and with her ion FROST GUARD FREEZERNO :
$1 For 8 Ibs. Conlcy Boothe, and family In New' '
Orleans, Mrs. Weimer accompanied ; NO DEFROSTING
Month of April Only EVER
her granddaughter Miss Elna
to Washington O. C. to attend the

; Additional Services Rendered : .Fast Efficient and Courteous Deliveries! LAUNDROMAT Louisiana State Society Mardi Five Points Grocery & HardwareI.
South 8th Street Gras held February 678. They ;

:'1 Financing Available Full Line of Gas Appliance, On Display OPEN 24 IlOVnS A DAY made the trip by Jet plane from t I
iew Orleans.


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,ling-Green Vows :1 NetttuLOariet\ '. Fvinamuna Reach Iloiidit Thursday' ( Apill, 1 10(51! ( I Pane.ti. lv.I .
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ioted March 29 I theme eif which Is Flower Flow

'* J1tlu5 i20tC5 '* rrq'opr" This l IB the first 'how-
Maggie M.
SIl'rl'nll of this.innoiincej
,1 i to bo held in th. ir nevtKarelin
l the .. TheGarden
marriage of
daughter. Helen Gertrude l The annual YuW Lions BarJJ-Q Is tot for 8 p.m. Sat. 'vtth" : center. 701! Seoinel' Ave'nllt'c1'h.; !
urrluv, April 11 at the" State Line park on U. S. 17. Adults Several years ago they h.nMltiJti
to Edward
He g 'r Ore en tl.50 and children f.75. Public Invited, old church building and are vet$
ch 29 In Nahunla. Georgia ..". yy -tr Basket proud of what they have made rf
$ev. a H. !Morgan olficlaled : .
ding the coupe; were the Mrs F. R. McKlnncv chnhman of Suwannre PreshMcrvrtlRlrlct it through! remodeling and landscaping
Aster MlM Katie Sterling I I. sad Mr. Gunrge Archbiltl. pre ld'nl.I'I'rl 01! iII- HY J\NE: 8J'ICl.n Th SI Augustine Partkn.
nt. Mrs Rose '' Wrmcn of the Church nf Siiwanncc Pies''>Mcn', are coming; Clubs are also busy this vwsk< ml.
Mary Miller ai spcrhl guests to a workshop to be held Thursday. April) On Saturday and Sunday they a.e
t anther Mrs !Mangle/ Sterling )III at 10 a.m. In Fellowship Hall nf the First! t PieshvtcrlanThuroh / Lk, One can now purchase container roses and who dipsnl In the extent staging a lour of gardens plus a
''couple wiil make their home ,' for the newly elected office'is cf the Women nl the ; grown roses grafted on Fortunluna Hint veil rush to the nurse'r. hurt'culture show Jie ksonv file
islana First Presbyterian Church le tsa stick at several of the Jicksonlllo lit and Invest in one or more Garden flub, Is pulling rn a flnr-
-ft \' nursri'li's. II iso !growers In plants. al h'aol t make resolutions uiltlre I Fnlr In lieu of Its usjul

niian Sisters Set The scernd n'inrtorlv meeting of the St Peter Church- FernHiidlm Beach are familiar to he taitliliil In linking nlir it. spring flower show. The dates ate
,semen Is pehl'd'llrd' fur" Monday evening, April 17 In Whillev with I he advantage of this stick Also write' lir Ihp bulletin and) |get April IHih and I'Kh! and tic; plate 1 .
endship Night Hall beginning! al 8 p m. Hostenses for the evening because nf the I success :Mr, lldiePC Hip nll\\IIII\\( the t dirdin Center We under
'" cal be fie momlvrs of st Monica Chapter. The executive Y s ee 'in'son. Jr has had with II: A Miuli of what wp have written staid hat( entries are cprn}' to (hepih'ie
hlan SIMcrs of Fernindina joird will meet prior to the ninrtcrlv minting al l a date few vears nun test m irto bY the was linnn.liI tn our iillentlon at ; and some cf you with very
7 will' meet In regular\ and time to be announced by President Mrs, Billy Gams, h
of Flnricla i l-xpcrlnient
tnivmilv the Hose Inter-
ShllIn uksonvillo last I i iilslamling( plants may be
Monday evening at the & fr out (hat this Foitim
Slitlon proved SalurdllY. A large auditorium full rated In allowing them
Die Temple Mimberi are The Key Club will hold a ear wash and wax from Sam. lana grafting stork ,'it Is the Double of the lop roses a city can produce We learn and are Inspired; to
: time; to note to 8 the o'clock change, In meet. tn Brothers 5 p.m. Saturday' at the filling station opposite llardce While Cherokee Rose) was Is an inspiring sight This brings better gardening( by attcndju:;)

better! suited to Florida soils than up (HIP point Hint so few of us take these shows plus the tut that
Friendship Night will be observed ft ir! APRIL FOOI/S!,! ]n.\Y Ml, the state for n hit of In.pln: either of Ihp other two storks tDrHuey advantigp' nf the beautiful) and\ they atfoicl! a wry pleasant fl'lcr.
time with
guests from The Little Women will hold a ear wash from 8 a.m. to at last week's Rotary meeting with Sheriff H. J. Young I and Viilllflorai I on which woithwhile hunch cultural exhibits, nll"n's 'nt'rtllilll11l'l1l.
,cnvl members le Temples t p.m. In the Hec Center parking lot Saturday, I blood nabbing: Rotarian "Snap" Stone for Illicit making our roses have been !crafted. Nur. affdilul us Pi,i'hips such exhibits

ate urged to at- of liquor. It ua charged that Stone, an inveterate fisherman series In Central Florida began to air not brought!: tn our attention The :National A..ron1ulll's'and'

I I The F.B.H.S. Junior class play "Let 'Em Eat Steak" who has (been known'to leave Rotary meetings I work with; It Immediately 1 \ but UlfJ far enough In advance: possibly '
will be presented tomorrow Friday evening at Rpm In the course It has taken time to our own fault h'au,1'e do not Space Administration I : : has reported
swell Party high school auditorium, Admission will be $.50, students, early for fishing expeditions, did not always !KO fishing up a supply to graft onto It, and read' those pages: of the newspi| there I are enough galaxies In the
i and $.75 for adults but rather used the trips as a cover-up for moon>hinini:. grow the varieties of roses most ers which/ nsiiilly carry such universe fur cnch/ man. wemiul,
is Steve Madden oCr tit The f""T was rigged! to liven up the nnntnl day by Stone's called for. Horns and child on earth lo ihlm 10 of

I weIner roan 1 on the beach, The parents of students In grades 8,12 are to meet to. : son Rotary President" Hugh Stone, Jr. oungllcM; with We understand that Mr Trier April Is a busy month for flowerstews. his can. I F7tcht galaxy cnniiuM," at
ed by a Record Hop at theck nlglit, Thursday at the home of Dr and Mrs. Cecil Brewtonat I hat, is "shown, affixing! the cuffs to Stone, preparntonto son procured a stout of the root' This weekend Is least a billion stars plus lintclilposslhlllllis !
home was given last I 8 p m. In connection with the newly formed Parents League "laklnif him in." stork and personally grew andgrafted really arowdid fur the exlslince of
sday evening honoring Steven 1 The public Is Invited i his loses. Hwever now, (' im The Jacksonville. Orchid planets and thiicfore' Me such
Siclilv: puts on Its annual
who Is leaving today with I I I less than Mr\ as ouisJOHN.
for (hose expert
---- shew'
Mrs W A. Lnwhirne of Amelia at the uksonvIlle .nrlin;
arents to make his home In Fire Strikes Two their ftrnfliil,
I Rd., Ken Is a 1 1W3 graduate of I Peterson, me KIMS lintel. which slow I Is open In I liepublic
nstn Fernandlna Bench High School Unoccupied Houses on this superior stuck nn HIP mat (tuition, iifliiiioon nail., curly E. (Jack)
ls for the Jieksomllle, Incontainers 'I
evening were PERSONALSNamed I bet In They are
Veiling hour's> kohl Sat ordny and\
Adams. Paul Schrantz I Mr and Mrs Ben Sorensen and I i At Night This Week I whlih means (lint tluv :Siiiuliv, Kill, mil (:.111'ili'n Club of MATTHEWS\
Cover Lloyd Uffleman Don daughter Laura will leave Saturday ran IIP .plinled nt any limes the lmksemill/ < A"8I'IIf's. "hll'hI'lIml.rl'K :
tk and Mark Morris. for Ch iltiili mi'hee to tI..nd'Ihl' Although fire sliiiek during! the lluv ore nun .'h'll while In hloi mI ,
to the Dean List for Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madden and shout III\lrh'f'n i gm' li'n I'eM ( lor CntrnnrISII
Is. Don Adams II. !\Irc. Paul Trimester I at Florida Stale tni. Mr and Mrs Gil Hidden were christening! Sunday nt St.Mark' night! nn two occasions this week I he- muse',lies nil full of lluni. mmat '' sits Us Inlils on :SHiuidiv and ; Jmltfied .iAuthorteed

enlz and Mrs Dot Bhloik I versify were, Louise Raisehert honored at a surprise. !going.awavbiffet Fplscopal (Cluiirli of (their as a result of egulrk action bv the the Eight! of lln rose season Scincliv mi\ ililuiiHle llouer show''. 11) Camp'Ign '1'.... ..f
chaperons for the evening. I Carol Sehuett Katie Mae Sterlingand last Friday evening!! at Had grand-niece. MHIV Beth Bryant City fire department, nn one was They areoium. roM' whlth hove Judging from Hip sc'he',dull'. t the P.lld Pot' NV.:
ere were 21 guests daughter of Mr and Mrs Diehard hurt and damage was held al as been grafted less Hum a year --"'-
: Louise Montgomery! Fernnn-I den Lanes Hosts for the occasion I
prl'.enl..1 dlna Beach and Neil Hewitt\ and were' bowling friends and mem Bryant Mrs Sninseii will bet I low a minimum as possible. I The worth of these 1 roses lies. ml f i i
Jojcc Coodbreadulee. bers of the various! biwlmg Icngies goelmnlher. Mrs Hrvant Is Ihe Sunday morning at 1:10:: a m an I only In being nl>le to s. e the
The !Hodden families will be former Mary Louise Uievelle of alarm was received on the' Gorge; bliHim' bill bring. young plinls, There's Still
ask us Mrs. Ethel RutledRc!! had as 111.1'I,I leaving in the near lulurc to make this city i Thrill I home on Semlh nth t SI. Ac. most tif their roul branches/ are Time : .
weekend guests her son-in.law I their home In Wisconsin cording to Chief Bill Popscin the re. I formed after bring pleated In I HIP
and daughter Mr and Mis &111'1.1 I Mr and Mrs Charles O Smith latlvelv new' frame house teas all purchaser's gardi'nNiirserjmen .
HOWtoDet ton Colson and family, or Mrs. Frank Earnhardt and rhldien and children of SHIM'n I. Ca were In flames hrn the two engines I also sell roses In To Register For .' :

dosta Ga. I Frank Jr. and Mdllsa. of Ihe Easter guests of Mr and Mrs. arrived Sustaining damage estimated containers whUh' they have pur THE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE ;
Tilton. Ga, visited last weekend Thomas V. Cro'.lw and !Mr and ) the
| al $901)0 I property was dinst-d from mil nf stile souncs
this Mrs R. P. Tilbiid I Is visiting with Mrs Myra Jlirnhnrclt and Mrs. Foster 0multeityMrs called a 'total\ loss by 1 DopsonAppioxlmiitely as dorininl bare -root- plants unit To Be Given Away April 25tli iT'f i; :
this week III Tilton. Ga with her :Mr. Franz Mitchell In .
and Mrs IIrl'mf'nl1'rl'
mother T, W. Oliver and Mrs planted III i'nut liners In come tutu" & !

famous make I Friends of Miss Sue Sclph will F Dickens left Wl'dlll'srny! to B'I attendance at Ill fire working I, bloom several months liter al the COMi: IN I AM: UECISII; AS (OFTEN) :
I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Roger be glad to hear she has returned lend a meeting of the ... mainly tn protect the surrounding of height/ nf the rose season. -Oil i'analways I \OUMKi: ': ;
Hadden will regret to hear theyare Society of Christian Service In properly The Thrirll1'1'1' out ask the nurseryman whichtype
leaving this week with theirFamily I home from St Vincents Hospital : 'and<>. They relumed home today town at the time I t of plant you are purchasing '* : :
., X8985automatic to make their home In Wisconsin after undergoing a tonsilectomy The second fire. reported at 4.45am I I and on what roolsloik 111M Bruited J

i They will be In Pin River(i Monday Mr and Mrs Dun Nanncy had I I Tuesday, was said to have I II SPECIALS-OneWeekOnly I '1
l temporarily with her mother. I as their Bursts last week his started In the utility room of the I look for plants bearing the Illb.I .
I Ken Law'home has been accept. mother Mrs. A. D. \anney oft I II unfinished and unoccupied new els defined by HIP Division of I LADII'S'I I AM) MFNN WEDDINC I II\MW

Mrs Mmtlc Bailey of Detroit I e das a spring quarter pledge by I Forest City. N. C.. his aunt Mrs. Klngsbcrrv home being built on I Plant I Industry: as follows" : !Plor.: I II \\nnr.: on KIIOU( COLD i:

i :Michigan Is visiting with Mr and Della PI Alpha local service fra Marjorie Strlblmg of Jonesville. I II Clinch 1 Drive. The cause was unde.Il'rmln'd. tilts Fancy" 'Horldu No, 1," Regular $11.I!> : NOW ONLY $10.50 ,
gas S. C. and two brothers. Hub and of I IUtJelllnr
and roof "
The ceilings
Mrs Hank Sides and daughter ternlly on the Gcorgii Southern I ".'lorlda No 2. In ordi to raleone
Suzanne College" Son of Mr, and t! David Nanncy of Charlotte, N. C the houne, In flames when engines I of three grades''' the kind, nl $1 vr: !I: NOW ONLY $ 8.50"Utltular
: No I and 2 arrived'. were destroy root system must be shown on the I II
water : : Mr. and Mrs\ A. C. Tlinrnlcm
I and family nf iiksonvllle were ed The property was valued ul ap I l.ilxl Those IntirrsUd In rows $12.-)1!) NOW ONLY $ 6.50FOWLER'S
proximately $10.(OIK)() ) and no estl. should Agricultural (:x-
the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs ( procure
heater Robert Thornlen and chlldrin I II mule of damage w'as made. George tension Service H die'tin :No. IHll '
Chnncey and Alley Hickox drove Roses In Florida" This hiilhllnMales JEWELRY ;

Republic I Friends of Mr. and Mrs Ilydle the engines. \ : 'The hist qiialltv row
;all M'unllt' Avenue Phone iM.U2lSHORT ) : {>
Petersnn. Ir. will be glad to know plant obtainable\ Is n Fliirldn .
h t. Model W30-RXS their Run Eric Is hi me from St I I .fancy container grown plant with I

30 Gallon Capacity ;' Vincents Hospital and reported Local EducatorsOn Fosa Forlunlana ronlstoek." 1--

Glass Lined doing nicely after a tonalleelomy I With the 1 rxeipllon' of some of(
earlier In the week Accreditation I HIP oil., shrub I rises; ginllid roses
1 : Mrs Jack Vunn and daughter live mid, bloom' longer. and II has
10YearWarrantyDELIVERED Committee In Jax ,. grafted cm
\anrv, are visiting this week will been Tumid that ruts
her mellicr, In Thomasvllle. Ga. this litunlniia stock mini 'In pro. '
Principal Raymi n I Cough inel I duce the greatest mmilii cif !Mow. K.
1 | Friends, of Paul Burns will be Mrs. Are'Id Setters 1 libriihn if .erg grow Into a larger hiwh, loveless IA w
glad lo knew he li ot heime and doing Fl'rnandma lieach High School, Inback. and l theHnv "' re.
w w't'a,L+ / nleciv. fullowlng, eye surgeryal !: were ami ng 33 uf I the slates" most main u better Kieen lining HIP '
Hipllsl 1\11 mortal! Hospital In distinguished educators and admlnisliulurs summer ineinllis The siperloillyof Ts
Juelisinvllle last week chosen let serve on a this stock I 1M I Ituuuui-:lit In be dustIn
visitation committee ripirlnip on pint In o lilejur resistance Insome '
?r .Taiksonvllle Fncjcwood High of I lulilm soil burs/ pin n-
total cost i Jaycees To Again Si'hool's si,''If.study. sites lists showed Hint nixl tirmlunlaiii >

During' the thnremi'li! heck. situ (stock, 1 li, II'lev I Iruiitstoik

: (Continued from Pace! One) I committee members worked round .pirfiuniid. best. 'mil
only I II I the clock( silting In on classes. I I' Multillira "iiiolHloik rant In liliel:

I: Crane said, "The purpose of the meeting/ with purcnls. teailuismil Of rimsp I tills very RIlIifa"'ury" ,

604 Atlantic Avenue vehicle solely thick program into '' ( sluilinls nnd Kluilving the Individual roolHlnik/ IH no substitute for |.iin !'
piomole an awareness :eif: ve. sillily areas of roms It minlv mi' ins
I ::: per cure" ;
and regular' In
hide rmimlenince ouuh served a* chairman of
that carp hi,Ing cqual roues grail.ed .
sped ion as a factor In acctdent'prevcullon. the St'hn,1llafr,, / and Admlnlstra em it will live lungi and, limr I
rrrtrrrarrt- The benefit lo the i i lion Committee, and !Mrs Scthir' Hud larger blossom. Hose
h I community l U obvious With safervehicles '', more .
headed the committee on' Library'and niiinleniDie
: '' lire whnl l IN known MS high :
on the road, 1 less chance Audio.visual Equipment and l 'I
4 plants In Hindi\ : ieiiili|
200 Merchants 'X'MtS' ol a child being Injured 1Ifo.1| Instructional, Aids and an a lull a ronsiiPiillous schedule sill' .

'[GREEN I STAMP J ] j jE i I eau lights c "of bud! brakes or poor litjd- member ccmrnlltce;" :; of As the English committee evaluation chairmen ; : I I So watering( ;If you; "lerlill/ing bream:: il ',: and ove r.spraying i';nlliiiHi I:; :'il 1

I Crane added that the Jayceeswill they reported on their respi : during this season of gsrgruusi: I ,
FREE EXTRA .- | : he assisted by city police and 'dive areas along with the chair. ,
Ilhl' Hnrida Hlghwiv Patrol Heemphasieel men of the five other committeesat
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS however, that they the final meeting Wednesday
I : ; The UnexpectedIs
vS*" WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF \ are only (there In an advisory Association Schools are checked
I R hhlVsVM FOOT 5/8 INCH DIAMETER capacity and that nn Iltkl'll11I- by visitation committees every Coming

t k YLON GARDEN HOSE; : he Assistant given Chairman nf the Jav Illtth five years met the Fernandina lalillcntlnns Beach In FRIDAY APRIL 17 STORY: "We Loan You Own" :::

I see Safely Committee Is Al George. 1NV) and will' be cheeked again ,
Dr, Ifermon Frlek of Florida MUSTANG!
mmmtmmmtooun mimmmmmm Vehicles
4.15.44 32,719
State tnlversily. who served as
chairman of the committee. Is also Savings & Loan Assn. :
andCONNECTED Continued from Page One) chairman of the Southern Association LASSERRE MOTOR
-'I. Awnless I of College and Sehexils
,, ealal'saraAteaPR should net re'cords." he edited, which, at ntlewoiHl: Invitation COMPANY 202 Atlantic Avenue .

[[ IXT" L..., PRELXTRA' The promotional program has reviewed a yearlong' study con- ,
to '' .. ... ._
and ASUO -
been recently ducted Ihe hool ---
MERCHANTS GREEN STUNK MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS stepped up by sc s faculty -- --- -- -- --

.,......<__-..,.... '* with purehoi. a t sit J Is.ra Trail hruhures have ust been The Southern Association l Is one
IMP IRA N D Chlc..ft Nash sent for free dill rlhut Ion In the of six throughout the country
(SuburbanPropane l t ,.} lrun..lc. Sl." sod. Chili Florida building nl the New York whose aim It Is to maintain ccr. :
,, / CHICKEN STICKS J2 iJTSkSM 13 Worlds lair which opens! April Inn minimum standards which
) ::.;::'ri7iit4Jisr: '; ; ': ;4iii'iSi; :': .0'::;:':-::q.rm o5 ;.z..J: 22nd II I Is planned to ship additional net lioiils must meet In under In keep DAILY SPECIAL :
bent lures as they are their Association aie're'dilation

._._-------- ..._--------_. ne'eclc'd. She /Southern Association serves
GAS SERVICE I' Another shipment of IDflftOO hrorhuroH II southern states Lunch..97c.Dinner
1iiI.cva.1'3II.i =.1 IN die In Firnandlna Roach As part of the program( to assure I
WITH FREE this week These will be prepared quality education each
SUBURBANPROPANE !PMII' IKTWA '* PRE, EXTRA for milling to strategic points no member' school Is evaluated per. Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked
WRCHANT CREE STAMPS MIRCNAIITS GRIEN STAMPS they will be available" tn spring ii die'ally. first by Its faculty I
vnmm rtwaNwln.'Mra e .NMCtwnNwArcw'ra and summer visitors to Florida and then by an evaluation committee .
11.. JAIl CARNATION La CTN. 15. 'ILltltT' The results are thin com Deviled Crabs A
GAS SERVICE 1 OIL "We expect the 1 millionth vr Specialty
j( CORN (Qtrt'>)> panel and the committee usually
M JMARCARME IS hide to be registered/ tin the Trail
INSTALLATIONIf ... ......,__.,....___ . .. 'f.116' recommends accreditation
M rtOMlA UM< *IMMtHtMltUHi
.. .i 0 Ml ** :
needed ... _..._.... '- ............._"..4-1'5-6........-' this summer August H the an II.clllalNI In the case of Uuval County OURSfCRKTIlKCU'EHome : ; :
rrvnth according to the n I:> high schools I>r. Friek was

Call for details figures for past years. but with d' as having made the following Made Chill;
R.nAwb comment In reference lo
&! mD Mwsh.M.t.arataaaRas .
IMLt i the'traffic on the Increase at this
possible ntn.llrl'Tt'"alloll' by the
IJ arraastea early dale the 9000000th ear maybe ASHIK latiim, Inlets conditions FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICEOPEN'

SUBURBANPROPANE 'XT" PRf 'XT" tabulated before August said tliiintit significantly between now 7 DAYS A WEEK 7.0: A.M. TO 11:00: PM
Srofield! unit then we will have net 'rholce
..uaawwwasraaw .a.wwranaaassr ",\ grand celebration Is being (' ." The various committees
." LADY PAIR 1. .. toitM for the S millionth visitorwith will present their recommendations .
t Mkt'! ; SPANISH BAR CAKES MgHAIR! / SPRAY ,, planned local' district and state citizens '' at a December meeting Golden Sands Restaurant f

GAS CO. .. 'aMtN.N rouN'M w.w. H*Nn r.w i planning a fine Florida! pro. ,,
:d ":= ::'iM7.o = ..
'' gram A constant running cheek A total of 27 porpoises have been ON THE OCEANFRONT .. .. '

Phone 261-3661 I'S made of the traffic ai the magic I horn at Marlneland of Horldalime
figure of 5,000,000 approaches" I I I, December 23, VJ'J. ,

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-:e Six News-L'encler, Fernandina Bench, Florida -Thursday' April 9, 1964 I
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1964 school seniors Larry Brauda and
Girl StaterContinued Former
News From Yankee Victor Avery Joe Rlplcy and Ray
P"s Caldwell,

- PLEASE RE-ELECT ( from Page One) (Continued from Page One) Jerry Beard, high school junior

M The Rec Center I and Senior Honor Society was guest of his father, Rotarian
I' She win/ represent the legion lie revealed that the club drewan ,I Jim Beard.
attendance of 1.400.000 last
Is Auxiliary year
at Girls Stale to l be held ---
-- -- --
i BY SANDY IeSA\lRO! ) In Tallahassee June2/ through lops for the majors, and that with
& y 19. the seating ciputlty expanded this
I THIRSIHY, APRIL 9lhPlayrchoil y # year to 60000 might well
Cciamics Pouring Class In the She Is they
I I the niece of Mr and !\Mars
I ''I Art Room SickiInstr I reach the 2 million mark
'n.da j i In the Game Room al 9.00 a.m. /Hank H M Bowers of this ('IIySelected I

. v at 9.30 a m. Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, as aliernutc on the lie gave a rundown on the gen FERTILIZER
adult leader. Little Women Car Wash In the I same qualificallens Is Miss\ Diane eral( condition of the Twins' (lop
tIn I.t I.
'hn. Beginners Sewing Class In the Parking Area until 2.00 p.m. Poole, 16. dauKhtcr of Mr. and playcyn and what might be ex
a.N .I. Teen Club in the Game Room al t i Mrs Harry Poole. I pected from each I
Conference Room at 1:30 p.m.,
7 :10 asWwo 50 Ibs. 6-6-6
Mary Harrison, Home Demonstration : pm. Diane IB a imjorctlc and m'm.1 I Iher Martin told several humorous
Agent, Instructor rcnundlna Merchant BaseballDinner of the Fernandina Beach High stories of his own career and ot
'hl I Adult Ceramics In the Art Room In the Auditorium at 7.(10p School Band, a mimbir of Trl.HI. I other Yankee players with whomhe il $155
rt .m. Y, Thespians, Little Women, Sen. was closely associated. |
at 3.30( p.m. 11 ink Sides, Instr
al / Senior Citizens Club In the Con. / Men and Boys' Health Club In lor Honor: :Society, and Is a buakeihalI He noted that Joe DIMagglu,
w the Health Club Room, day and ; ,
cheerleaderHorn ,
ft'rente Rut m ut 7/3:/ p.m. great Yankee hitter, was his room-
a'e Hemerecallis: Garden Club In the i I evenlnif I 'the rteleKiitcs return, from male for several years and brought 6-6-6 Pellets

i Club Hum nt 8.00 p.m. I &l'SJIAPRIL nth Girls State, she will give an official a laugh from the Rotarians when

etA I Mm and Hujs' Health Club In Lutheran Church Meeting In the I, gas,4sn 47i! a1e YtL report to the Legion Auxiliary, he commented that he couldn't t see $199Grotone|
the Heillh Club Room why Joe would desert him for '
day und Conference Room al 1100: a.m. THE NORTHEAST
I FIORIDA fair grounds just north Marilyn Monroe
I MOMHY: APRIL 13lhPlayschool of Callahnn will be the scene of exciting races Ripley 'New Owner
Adult Beginners' Ballroom I Dance a parade, He also told of another roommate
.1 HARRY POOLE Class In the Auditorium at 8.00 p. I In the Game Room at western barrel racing, and a steak supper on Saturday, ) Mickey Mantle, and of what Pellets
m? Mr umll\lrl. Oil Becker, Instri. 9:30: a.m., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo April 2 >th. The Nassau Rebels Saddle Club will html (Continued from Page One) I a tremendous ball player arid fellow

t COUNTY Lions Club Minstrel Practice In i adult leader i riders from all over Florida and Georgia. Sponsored by more pro.cast products He added he was. He commented also on $298

COMMISSIONER the Auditorium at 8:00: p m. Ceramics Class (lakes 9.111) In the I II Nassau County Recreation Association that the recent addition of an asphalt 'another I old friend, Yogi Bcrra, and
Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup. _. opl'rlltlon11I also be con. 'the problems he Is sure to face asa
I' I Art Room at 3:30 p.m.fank/
crvlsed play of the
p.m., Don tinned manager Yankees,
NO. 1 1"y 1N 1w
I DISTRICT I Nanmy. Inslr, I Ii Sides Adult, Instr and Teen Ceramics In the Junior Class Play Henry Clyde NicksContinued At present Ripliy In commuting A lengthy question and answer : HARDEE BROSI

$ Serving An Honor- FRIDAY, APRIL 10th, I I Ceramics' Room at 7:30: p.m. /Hank from Jacksonvillebut told that I period I on baseball In general attested
plans are to establish a residence to the Interest ot the Rotar.
little,"Fair and Respectable i Sides, Instr (Continued from Page One) ( from Page One I
Sth and 6th trade: Fun Club In the here In the very near future I Inns In Martins talk i Atlantic Ave.
First Term Auditorium at 3.30 p.m. I Jaycees In the Conference Roumat the most desirable offices on "I am a native of the county of Mrs. Rlpley IH the foimir San. I Guests of the Rotarians were high

e I I Sub Tern Club In the Game Room 8:00: pm. I campus Nassau and received my school dra Jennings of Jacksonville and -
Modestly I ask you to consider: I at 7:15: p.m. I Island Squares Club In the Audi Dr. Sulton, the extremely research Inn at Kings ferry, Milliard and I they are the parents of Elizabeth i I- ---- --

k again: Stand ird First Aid Class In the lorlum at 7:30: p.mHistoiical -minded head of the Poultry finished In the U S. Navy S and Joe 9 month.

A. good businessman helping run I Auditorium al 7:30 p.m., Sandy DC. I Society In the Club: Department, played by Danny "I am married and have four The new owner IH the nephew of NERVE
cOUllly'l business I NERVES
your banelro, heir Itooin at 8 00 p.m. lullwood, notices this and enlists boys Wayne Rlplcy,, well-knemn Jackson. :
ff/,/ Available every day only a block Men and Lions Club Minstrel Practice In the aid of the dean In his campaign | "If elected I pledge my effortsto vllle!!! attorney und former state'' Are
frtrrt the courthouse Hoys' Health Club In you a nervous wreck? Does nnlse drive mad
: you or drlv-
the Auditorium at 8 00 p.m. all of the schools In Nassau senator from l Duval .
the to annex the animal husbandry County Ing give the Are
Hiultli Club item and you Jitters Irritable
you ,
Rave Informed the people an I day cross forgttlul, sub.
Men and Boys' Health Club County and11I
evening, office I coeperate with (eel tn fits of anger? Do little things get on serves Is It
well ai performed my duties the Health Club Room und I the entire i Wilson Wins your ? Impossible -
duy After a particularly harrowing I : School Board for the Lyn I for you to concentrate?
College graduate manager SATURDAY, APRIL Illh, evening 'betterment 1 of education and knowledge Nervousness Is not a special dlmmie but
a general
morning, some of the Professors term ex.
I ,liardcc Bros. Co 14 yean I, Atlantic Avenue Playground supcrvlsed students !I of OUR children Continued( from PJII.O Onci I pressing a stale of mental or physical sensitiveness and applied
Fist President: Chamber Com Tom T<'mils Cluss at the Attuntic play 330.530: : p.m. Don discuss the rivalry between i "Your vote and support Is cov. I to a wide variety of symptoms Patients who come to us with all
mace. Lions, Merchants Anon Avenue Tennis Courts al 9.JO a.m., Nanney I InstrTtESDAY. the beef and chicken de. ,I lel'd. Sincerely, Miss Wilson. diiiLhlcr if Mr. types of nervous symptoms are delighted with the results when
Received the Jaycee Good Guy. /Don Cald\vcll, Inslr partmcnti while waiting for a 1 HENRY CLYDE MCKS" and Mrs E P. Wllsm. Jr.. of 105' the cause Is correctedNervousness .

'.ernment Award last May Adult Tennis Class at the Atlantic APRIL 14th, o'clock class. Tyler, played by N 15th SI, won her scholarship Is primarily caused by pressure on nerves due
Age 46 resident 25 years /Donald Jacobs, gays "All the entirely on the! basis of me'lit \to misplaced vertebrae, If this pressure continues, the condition
Tamlly man 5 childrenLet' Avenue Tennis Courts ut 10:30: Pliiyxchool In the Game Roomat I cracks he (the professor) makes Sorensen SeeksContinued from Wcslcyan the oldest char) I grows worse. often followed by a complete mental or nervous

keep, (and Set more of), a.m.-- Don Caldwell, Inslr. 9:30: am, Carolyn Vlicarrendo, about the poultry business and he Bred womin's college!: In the world '' breakdown, Why take a chance when your chiropractor can adjust

.this kind of man In our KOVernment adult leader, probably cats chicken as often as I In order to keep the honor throne,)]. the misplaced vertebrae, remove the pressure and nature can
Please re-elect JOHN E. (Jack ) Sub Teen Ballroom Dance Class anybody else, That!'i pretty godl"Sam ( from Page One) out her college ycurs she must function again?
In the Game Room 3:30 Then goodby to nervous Jitters and welcome to abundant
r' at : p.m. played by Mike Fiala, continues After graduation from Fernnn- maintain a high scholastic aver. I ality Good Health, vit
HARRY POOLE MATTHEWS Sandy /DtSandro, Instructor "Let 'em eat steak, he'salways dlna High In 19:10: ), he married the age I
County Commissioner Teen Ballroom Dance Class In hollering let 'em eat former Miss Floysc Moore from Other recent! awards Miss Wilson I
Best the Game Room at 7:30: p.m., Sandy steak t Then he goes home and neighboring Georgia has received Include being named '
They have
Qualified For GovernorPaid D(Sandro, InstrBarbershuppers. has chicken for lunch. The old I two daughters, Billie Kathryn, 33 winner of the 14) Belly Crocker I F, Hours

-t- H-I;;; Pol Adv. In the Conference I phony! and Laura Ellen, 13 and S Homemakcr of Tomorrow Award Mon. '
Trade At Authorised by Campaign" Treaiurer. RlOm, at 8:00 p.m. The battle Is complicated by themysterious ions grand for Fernandina Reach Hliili School, \\ed., Fri. ;

r--- -- Lions Club Minstrel In the Audi. escape of some two I Sorensen has been employed In and being a member of the first i 9.12 & 2.6

,n. .r torlum at 8:00: p.m. I thousand prize university chickensand I the pipe maintenance department team of FBI1S new, bit active
... Painting for Leisure In the Club debate club. For achieving the 131 Kings Street ,
a university bull Romantic at Rayonier, Inc. for the past 24 I
eln Room at 7:30: p.m, Interest Is provided by i coed I yean highest score here on the written Phone 729-5611
Men and Boys' Heallh Club In
.1 from the Bronx, Sylvia played by I A former mayor of the City of f knowledge and attitude examina i
the Health Club Room, day and I Artie Stein, who decides to major Fernandina Beach, Sorensen Is a flan given by General Mills, Inc, I King-stand! GeorgiaDR.

MONEY evening In animal husbandv su as to attend I member of the I Duncan L. Clinch she was awarded a Heimemakei
t Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup of Tomorrow" pin and her test
classes with the man of her Historical Society of Amelia Island I I
t erviscd play, 3:30-1:30: : p.m., Don choice I the Fernandina Beach Boat paper was entered In competitionfor I C. R. CROCKER i>R. T. A. OWEN
!... Nanney, InstrWEDNESDAY., slate honors, where she won
FOR TAXES Other characters as they Club, the Fernandini Beach Band
APRIL ap.1 Parents Association, (the Chamber mention
pear are: Cornelia Peck, the of Commerce, Is an active umpireIn Lyn has been active In a varie I Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic
Playschool In the Game Room year old secretary 01( the Animal the Little League and Senior ty of other school activities In.

at 9:30:: a.m., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo,, husbandry department, played by League and engages In various eluding currently, Science Club, "Associated with
adult leader Spanish Club, Thespians, Trl.Hi Owen ChiropracticClinic
Alice Fae the other civic functions I
Derry; Shirley
A Quick SolutionTo Sewing for Beginners in the Con He Is a life time honorary Y, Little Women, and the Senior l of Jacksonville"Add
poultry department secretary, play.
ftrcnce Room at 9.30 am, JIIaryHarrison member of the Girl's Club of Honor Society lll-
ed Laura Sorensen Mrs. Oil- - .
Home Demonstration by : .
A Pressing Problem Amelia Island which promotes --- -"-- -
Agent, Instructor, lesple, a faculty wife played by and provides for Girl Scout activities .
Ceramics Class (ages 1214)) In Nettle Peters; Dean Kimball of a Phone..Add Lot
Our tax.'loin plan Is geared to modern requirements Service the Ceramics Room at 8:30: p.m., the College of Agriculture, Mike Sorensen said In his statement: a to Living

it fast and the payment terms art. easy on your pocketbook. /Hank Sides, mite.Adults Rylant: Mrs Bertha Plckctt, a "I am proud to be a citizen of Why let the house ?
run you Why not take it easier with kitchen
Ceramics Class
and Teens widow, Judy Vrancken: Freddie, a Nassau County and enjoy work. a

In the Art Room at 7:13: p.m., student, Dale Courson tog or and serving my community extension phone. With phones in all the places you live most.. .bed.

Hank Sides, Instr, Ken Davis, presently teaching and Nassau County to the best room workshop Florida
To add
Uinl vs> I to 109 Standard First Aid Class In the math. at the high school, Is dlrec- of my ability room. colorful, economical extension

r Auditorium at 7:30: p.m., Sandy tor and producer of the play. He "I honestly solicit your vote and phones, just call your Telephone Company Business Office.
: DcSamlro Instr was formerly associated with the support on my merits, not my demerits
G.A.C. FIKANCIL: Stork Shower In tho Conference Blaekfrlars, a drama organizationat ."

Room, at 8:00: p.m. Mississippi State University Ben Sorensen SouthernBell
S CORPORATION Men and Boys' Health Club In where lie received his degree, I' .I
he Health Club Room, day an*
: AMOUNT Tommy Clark Is In charge of all _G.rwy ado. oe F'tJi.M

YOU our 'YMIN' roe evening the stage rrangemcnts assisted by Lee Roy Key Rites r.. .. .,ns,,."............,"'"'' ,, .. ..... ., ...
-'s'"ssv'iMmi'nss'ylIu\ \ '' '' ,
MONTMS 20 MONTHS II MONtHS 12 MONT iI Atlantic Avenue Playground, aupervlsed I \' 't's''v\ \ '''ti \\IgllPe' 1 \"ln'I"t.'\;' ':\ m'.ml.rnlq' 1
various members of the cast. .
S 75 00 8 5.06 r H7 s 7.n play 3:30.1:30: : p.m., Don (Continued from Page One) \ .. ",'"1\1"'\ "s I II

16000 S 9.49. 10.79 11.67 t6.lr Nanney, InstrTHIRSDAY I I .I
: He was a little star' In his own \
42500 2416 21.35 30 69 42.5 APRIL 16th, tnstrs right, being/ actively engaged/ In sy ?((1 I .I

.60000 34.39 39.34 4266 .59.H Playschool In the Game Room at Men and Boys Health Club In all sports /He was a member of l liwmNtttIWNiiIItI.0tyttvtIttsPNuIsIIttvln I .

: 308 Atlantic Avenue 9:30 adult: a leader 01., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, evening the /Health Club Room day and the team Junior and played lllkh with School the Rcdlcgs fodball "' 1 .,]puppI, i \\\II\I\I\\\\\ \\\\\\ .IdiI\'\\\ \\\\\'lI\ll'I::\\II\'I\I :l'i'\,: ICI\\\II\\\I'\\\\\\'\\\
'.,n.nllin. leech, n.rlll.T.I.phon.261.3611. Adult Ceramics Class In the Art Atlantic Avenue Playground: sup. team In the Little League I\\,\ \, Il i l I ""1\\\\I\\\\'I\W\\\ \ :\,\ l l,"....\I.vI\\\ \\
Room at 3:30: p.m., Hunk Sides ervlsed play, 3:30"5:30 p.m., Don Besides his parents, Lee is survived \ P:
nstr. Nanney, InstrADILT by a brother, Dwight Key, ,, Ile oNgl '"'I"I\. \ \\.;II,\ II

OIRII Noun pally 9d; Wdn.llla 8 Sllurda2\ Adult BcKltmcrs' Ballroom Dance Fernandina Beach: his maternal ii .\, I
ALSo HVI CONVINIINT OFFICIS IN I Class In the Auditorium at 8 00 AND TEEN TENNIS grandparents Mr\ and Mrs. V. W ,.j.d d'I I
p.m.Ir.! andIra.! Gil Becker McEver, Sr., Warner Bobbins. II ;
'I Re'hi"!rations arc being! accepted Ga.; his paternal grandmother, I''I IIt'\ I

by the Recreation Department for Mrs Jackie Tucker of Palalka: ,' "
l'' '
the Tennis Classes starting Saturday his maternal great'grandmother,, Xa lalhls' \" 'n 1tItI 1\\
!Mrs, G. W. McEver of Docrun ,, \
April llth The Teen group )\
:Disregard That will meet from 9:30,: to 10.30 I.m. Ga. I hIl r l II tll',:\',\\\\1'1'kl':1'!\II IIwl 1 '
and the Adult class will meet from Pallbearers were Edgar Saund ', d ula "i UI ',, I\I\ \\\\\II\\\i\\\\ l\\,,\ ,'II: \\I''
"' 10:JO-11:30 a m. at the local public erson John Plcchnclnikl, A. R. I ''h"1"a41 j ; ':I \\,1'I '!II\1"\\\\\\ \\' II'I I
: tennis courts. All those Interested Powell James !Mellon, Leonard \ II II; j'\\ \ \\\"\!\

Rumor! l tl'-r arc urged to register Immediately Long and Eddie McQueen\ \ ;\\\\ \\"j'I"') '
as a minimum number of registrants Oxley Mortuary was In chargeof ""1\\\\1\\\'\ \\\, \I,

Is required in order to con. arrangements I It 'I, ,,\,1',1'i ,1'e I ,

"'> duct these classes ,
D. P. Braddock announces that ) The course consists of eight NASA's weather satellites laun i n ( ,lN Ida+
eked from tape Kennedy, HoHdacan PlIn
lessons and there will be a small
regardless of f rumors stating t a foe for the course. Mr Don I Caldwell with one observe! MM.000' square miles I '

will be the liMruelor For further l 1 I 1 11.,

otherwise he is still in the t I liilormiilloii oat registration, I l 1 p rI
race ronlut the Recreation Departments I 1 1r

for County Commissioner in District or tele'phone 261.5261. I l wl '


Five (Callahan). CL\SH :SRikMinliin I is

are still being accepted '' tiIai ,, ..aII1 It1' wy/r
by tin t Ket're'alien li'part- "ll.tUI'l'j IkI 6 )
Mr. Braddock I 1 1 .Ile
: suffered a mild mint tor the' \dilt Hallrum I Dance 'II''

stroke' and was confined to y 4 4r Classes Thursd,.w Tin evenings ilisiesdic at 8 00 conducted p m., by i ,. e911 1 op.w a d,I,' I I'1 4tl 4rIIPI1 I "''mt

Mr and Mrs Gal Becker lormerpruh"hlul1ol1 II I hI..l lt e
Humphreys Memorial Inslruitiirs There I Is t k
Hospital for l
no fee lor the course Registrations Wthft lvMl .

may be mad by calling the Rec. ; u ',h
five days, but he is recuperatinq rapidly and is getting I nation (inter Office I A15261): ), S5000

AtalMt/ Fitan. Te alb' BaMatt I ....,
and .
I out more more each day, contactinq old I \ I I t tII

friends and makinq The UnexpectedIs MAHONEYTERMINIX

new ones.He ; Coming II N I,1, l h"li ., .-

asks for your vote and support and will appreciate FRIDAY, APRIL 17 CO. l7a

:.i anything you can do in his behalf.CANDIDATE MUSTANG'LASSERRE SERVICE SINCE 1930 ....w.Yrw+...Wa"r..W.WiW'WYWIY iY.1'.iWYWYi1lWWYWW-' J

: For FREE Inspection
D Braddock Phone Jacksonville Exercise your
COMMISSION, DISTRICT FIVEPaid \ citizen be sure to and vote this
Pilltkal Advertisement COMPANY COLLECT EL 4-1768 I fight as a *. register yearl'




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travel to Orange Park for a return ('\\'x-LoaiU'r, I inamlina Reach I'lorulaThtirndav, Al ril 9, 1961!}( I Page Seven
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Tyson's Pirates battle wild the Raiders Joe Thrift I
will probably be the mound choice !Twins Farm Clubs in Exhibition Activity ;1 did not play each other

Shut Out Baker of Coach George Tyson who will a '" Both t tennis are loadul with t
be seeking his fourth straight i'i' "r.!' ( tnlcnt," as the Seallorscs! have J

baseball win of the season Man Kirk who averaged M points
Wildcats 11-0 I Training At Full per game till* year, along with I
BOX SCORE Oley King, John Harrison, Arthur

I Macclenny As Wilson Renshaw, Glen Kitchens John
BY (TB? CORDON I Tharpe, is 30 1 I Pace rieclilioniikl Ws>'ne Tlner Bud r
George! Tyson Frl'nndlnaI Llnd cy, Ib 1 0 C 0 lewis Don Caldwell and llcib I
Beach Pirate baseball cam( conUnuei I Rejnolds, 3b 20 0 Plays Charlotte Awl while
( lo roll ai (they picked up Barber, If 1 0 C 0 Ru-
f The Kraft Athletic Club has
their third straight baseball! vie. I Morris, p 20 0 115: ,
Bn'RT GORDON 'bi rt Uovd. :Nat Smith, Philip Hub. I
t pry here Tuesday afternoon when Starling c 20 C 0
inson. SIN Spcme Guy Musslc-I
The Allinlii Crackers hn\r hrcnin "i. e
they downed the Baker Wildcats, Crews 2b 20 1 1 .
while, Eddie: McQueen Ivcv
1)).0, In an abbreviated ball game Harrell, rf 20 0 Daxtona Bench all week, but
tip thflilnitp' Hi.'men mid the Crump, pork' Wilcox and I'uul
called after five InninKS of pIty Hill cf 200
because of the ten-run-lead rule. Totals 17 0 9 Wilson baseball tennis li.iubeen Iliidilmk
Ronnie Sapp, tall right-hander keeping spring training aitixitietgoing There could be n surprise pro-
for the Pirates, set the Wildcats Fernanilln at a lull pure lor I the lew' Iliiilnuv/ name between the teachers .

down{ with just two hits, both of Quattl baum, 2b 313 ..1LLojLbt baseball fails desiring a tlianie to and /In Old. Timers team to
Which came In the second Inning I Alvarez, cf 301 I see mime bast'bull 'I'IIIn help curry out a real program, : lor
and did not allow' an enemy to I Johnson rf 000 Bl'flll'l'11111111 dt pin'led for' \Pnvlonn I IIP night The Kernmidma Pep
path third base. Sapp struck out Beckett Ib 309 the C'rukirs' debated' t h.ir Band will be on hund to furnish

five and walked only one In winning Beryl Rice, Ib 000 lotto 14.10 In a frec.sforiiiM bill nu"le11111 the night promises to
his first game of the season I Wood, c 3 I 1 game then (tin Ullwn truth under be a fine night: of cnti'rtuinrmiit
Bubbs Quattlcbaum, Sieve Bee Tyson si 322 /bt t the eve ol Ralph|' Howe dofeatcd ------

Mil, and Ned Tyson ted the Pirates I Miller rf 311 I riidilolte, 85: mod came u '4 The bully pm'poise Is a strung

: In hitting, with two hits I i Barry Rice, cf 000 bark aunln on 1'11111I'11,1III luiml/ sulninur I keeping puce with Us
Pikula. 3b 020 the Hornets another !lass. 5.1 I The
apiece, while Benny Alvarct, Chip J4 mother The baby uxiiallv swinitwllll
Wood Billy Miller, and Ronnie Mike Rice If 220 Hornets tin'not the tallies un thin the lip of its flipper timihinxIhe
Soup! collected one hit apiece, Clark, If 100 I Sunday mod won (11'1'11"n, H.I t tIn nulher's I Hide, according t ton
, rcrnandlna: blasted out six base i Sapp p 321 //J. a renllv chlllv uiloiiiiinii for ''pm'is h'lIlIIldl'inl'lund: of rlorIt'M .
hits and scored six runs In the Totals 241110 bast'ball. Ida.

Second Innlnn when Wood singled, I Macclcnny 000 00 0 24 1 .r Gloxer led Ilio \Mlsnn. I('inn will) 'e
Tyson doubled Miller tingled. PI. I two hits un' Sallll'dallh Kill\
41 11 10 0
Fernandina 000 -
kula walked and Sapp singled Valcsqiicr, and Jacobs rolliilingone $ TimTo Think of
,hang with Quuttlcbaum and AI. hit piiMO 4 :: Storing Winter Garments; !
varez, 'lark hl'I"'dI triply for t'Iwrlulle -
Two errors a walk, a fielder's Classic while Miltv. \Huns, nnd DRY CLEANING
choice! and a double by Sapp accounted I Shlfllelt cairn llmmnh wnh hits LAUCL'ST: : DRUM) 1 reported thtm far in the current NenNon ''- SPECIAL

for four mure runs I In the for the ilninrl ", wan l.indiHl hv Andy Anderson in NIIVNIIU Sound on
third 1 and two errors and a singleby I Bowling LeagueBY Denny Liirtthir Uiin) Whillox, :Moniliix\ nixhl. 'Ihe; big fish weighed extullv 53: pounds $1 For 8 Ibs.

Tyson sent the eleventh runEros I e If and Rik' Sortnmui sli.ned t the on the stales at SporlHmnnV Uh.irf. |''ii'''hinu{; with Anderson :Month\ of April Only
the plate 1 in the fifth HENRY ELLIS pllchhig dull it's for UI'MMI' while Merendx' Allnn\ and Dun.ild Stiuss. ASKINS
Tharpe and Crews gut the I two I Week of 4.' Jim Manning jintl ritiiliud: Mnlf
bin for Macclenny, TOP HORNETS AM n .POTENTIAL TWINS. Hill 1M hell, let! did the hulling fir" ('hm'Inlie.Sunday LAUNDROMATSouth
Friday afternoon the PiratesUQVOKTQONS Total left, and Chuck hulls, right!, are shown with Charlotte ulliitiiHin the Mm in'l swan Irtunr stood, all'ill ouch other
- Turn Standings W L Pint I Hornet Manager/( AI Evans: on the spring practicefield. aver Wilson bclnnil sump IAC( SeaHorsesIn fin a XMiiuliitiil rune I the Ill Id. Nth Street

:Ienn'. Sinclair 4H 27 35219 I Bethea In the "short slop position, tame to the good pilcliing by \\ hUhy and, llollp I ciils of the giime: lining louiirdIhe OPEN 21 iionw: A 1)\Y
3 It H' Enterprises 45 30 33191Haddcn : Miley Belliea. FduuulH: mill" \\ hll. ixpinsii. of the reriiandlimlluiili /
of Band Benefit BB
; Lanes 39 36 34J77 Hornets from a 6J: season with the Pioneer League the lullcm our the Hind, our. their trip lit the
by wit e lop'
, Western Auto 28 47 31760 I Billings, Montana, where he hit ::171. The 21->'enr-old Hornets while AIIIusl'nh'hlllll't/ t | Slate 11.11,11t'1"!\ \III TalluhiHMe

ear High Team, '-.GamesB student at the University of Texas larks", only 6 hours to and Sierra, did the hitliim cur 1011. I Game Set Monday Liter III the iniuilhTiikrlH fAIR PLAY
le H Enterprises 1447 graduate. ,According to Evans, Bethea has a "real fine son our HIP giinie uic on Mile

jlcnn Sinclair 1417 glo\e" and be expects", great! things of him even though Monday aflernnon the Austin BV ('('RI CORDON bv niiinljiM. ul the( bund\, down-
Sadden Lanes 1337 since his! arrival last week from Orlando, he has! been out Texas lawn edMed I the 'IlmnilH' 2-1 low; n 'hl"hhhl1)'nl, pHientH and
High, Ind. 1-Gamei of commlslonl'ith a minor hack injury. Holle, a pitcher then downed the Hoiiuts' ag.iln One if the I top 1I/1.kl'lbull labor other till Testt'd people In Ihe rcrluiixlnui -

a'gat lebcr Skidmore 5731 who has made the move from the class Wilson team Tuesday at Wax'cross, ID.3. Tiir- lions of the >ciir the will basketball ring down / ll.iiid NO tluru certainly
rolly had 3 hlh for Clmil Me al the cuiluiu on Il'a.RO'1 will bIIU excuse for anyone not
Ellis AA the leading
ieory of the Catolina League/ to class was
In tills iina Moud.iy
491 Waycross with tlai: niter, Memlo/a, | having the opportunity to buy a
Shepard pitcher of his league with an earned run average of 3.16. night when the Kiaft Athletic Club
nnd Miller the
Miley, Tomb Iiquicerdo' ticket and see tfime.
High, Team Game control he is expected to Fernandlna Sei.
I IVenn's Said to exhibit \'er> good getting this for the llornils will biillle the Hughes, Kraft
CouchV man
Sinclair 501 make a smooth adjustment In class change. Twenty- Miller and Holle did I he pitching ;, Horses III a showdown battle 'to >
B li H Enterprises 496 I best of Ihucltv Athletic Club, ipineil:( the nelson
three-year-old Holle is a graduate of Purdue University. for AI Evan H'irnels, I do'u'lUlU i the (team
Vcstern Auto 488 for the 1063-64 basketball In the f oninien'lal league In
High, lad Game I Reason Jicksonxllle' find did so will, the
s9ti, Clebcr Skidmore 201' hits while Tyson belled out threi | 0 lust year 0. piiiinoteil to the1 t ('IlvLeugul
ball In Jack. "um was
Pirates 'I the hit lo drive In tin Both teams played
Flint' 1991Jllly Top Orange and got i: Campfires thin month 0 to
Larry I muivillp. during the past buskit Couch lloib Willie Si-a-
In the
winning run
dale 0 lust -
1791 year siiine
{ Joyce Kill MMHIIII, bill did nut hove the nil'si's \played In the Clly I Ll'aRII"
J l J J' IM Hick Scratch Bowlers, i Park Raiders For George Sapp opened on the bill 0 last ycir 0, oppnrluiiilv' (to play all.III.1Il'h/ nnd tiansleiiid/ In the liminienlal
I Clebcr Skidmore 201-5731 for the Pirates hut gave way to I fcmrklng Iliii month 2 Theren
seisiin -
l'rllll'l1111( come to .eogue
ollur The I \
"Weuld yeu mind erstchie0my High Average Bowlers Joe Thrift in the fourth, and Thilf to dale S lust \iur SIIIIK- munch trams
two I
itlghl when the two lies the riaMin the
2nd WinBY .hit ball for tin 5 lust 10 pass Moiidiv
I II'll toil: Hodge 187 Straight pitched no run one' year
Roger Haddea 821 I reminder of the game Debris Binning this month "Kynei1 outstanding lenis

-- '- -- CURT CORDON Orange Park scored three run 6 to ditto 12 List M'tii of fair ploy li one of the
I' P 4 ;" 1 { In the second when Ltimastc r samp month' 11 tall year 17, moil Important attributes
I JOHN f. (Jock) Benny Alvarez and Ned T80nballed this mouth 3 In
} ) \ walked, Eckert doubled, Walke Incendiary hit new office calls 'for"
\ the Fcrnandlna Bunch PI. list iniuilh
( 5
singled: and Mannham kliiRltil! dale : xeur same
FORIDA'. OLDST MATTHEWSBest rates to their second straight bi; .c. That nosed to be all of the >i rIng 2 lust year 7, a ORLANDO SENTINEL
AND MOST HISTORIC I Iv ball victory of the season when I for the alternoon for the Raid !Machine UKCthin: month 5 I Id
' ,For Governor to daUB lust same! .,
JI', Qualified they led the Pirates to a 13.3 wlr I era. year
I I'I'"I" I Authored by, CiuriMKn' Traiiunr over the Orange Purk Raiders, I Fernandlna scored four runs I In month 4 lust your 8, .1 KEEP James W.
Bald Pol Adv. Alvarez smashed out four base' Miscellaneous this month 4
the second on a tingle by Tysoi
-- -- ---- -' 0 to date 0 list year same !I
---- -
double Mike Pikula, a slnglhv
-- -- a by
I last 1..
month 0
year -
Sapp and a single by Alvarei KYNESATTORNEY
I Rain for this
County Ave-rigc
Two more runs were added In Ihe
fourth when Alvarez singled Bl'ryl : month 1.83 I'M!
Aires binned Mme Jan. 1st this
Rice singled Chip Wood singled. GENERAL
75 I'M(!
year |
and Thrift singled Six big run
were scored by the Pirates In thl' ',: Acres burned same |xrhHl lust lad as' aaly L, Gar.n.r (..nW. yn rand M MUtat/ Mn,1,_.,
FLORIDA'S CROWN !) 13 .. .. .
"JEWEL OF fifth when Bill Miller singled, year 200 .d H .

r Tummy Clark walked PikuliI

BEACHES" I I walked, Thrift singled, BubbiI
I Qualtlebaum singled, Alvare

=; Directory Furnished By These ,Merchants and Business Men singled and Tyson singled : CHEVY by Chevrolet "
i The Pirates score gave them i
;: :

George's Suburban 1': when 10-run and Alvarez lead scored until singled when the ,sixth Tyson able Inulni singled second .. How to get away from it all including the high cost of travel !

Machine Shop TIDES Propane Gas Co. I Alvarez I to center, with: four hits, Tyson A Chevy II Station Wagon fa the way to get the altars tank. And now that It', Trade 'N' Travel

SERVING AI.L I with three, and Thrill! with two, i 'hole family there and buck on a small vacation Time at your Chevrolet dculcr'n, you'll never flncl

2 N. FRONT ST. it JETTIESAdd YOUR: NEEDS IN I Iliac the leading hollers tor tin budget. You get 76 cu. ft. of cargo apace for less a better time to buy a Chevy II, Ther,', a wido

LP GAS AND Pirate while Quutllcliuum, Heryl than you'd pay for most sodano. You get mon y. ipADE'N'TRAVEL Tango( of pngme-s and trans 1 1l11lons to choose

Machine Work 30 Minutia F. GAS APPLIANCES Rice, Wad Miller, Pikula. and Having, cutty-care features, too. And you'll go so TIME from And whatever you pick, you can be BurG

Welding, Brazing FttiandlM Harbor 7 South 7th St. atluikBarthldw Sapp .shored In the (15 hit Pirate far between can: slops you'll think we built in a you'll akujs get a goad run for your money.
iM/am.asr "m..s5
Marine Repairs 'Phone 26M661; ; led (the Itak era wild (litfil If Nam 4-/iwr Hlulin H'lKinn

Special Service To HIGH LOW two hits.

Shrimp Trawlers T. H. KING BOX SCORE:
Orange Park AD R IfMllnJlhllm
Friday April 10
All Work Guaranteed 2b.e 3 It II I II

Open 8 am. to 5 p.m. 6:25: am. 12:21: am. PHOTO SHOPRoll I lte/lm8, h8 3 0 0flarlillow.

Monday Thru Saturday 6:45: p.m. 12:48: p.m. ProcessingDeveloping Cop 3 0 2
Phone Day 261.3711 & Printing Booth, Ib 3 0 I II
Night 261-5111: Saturday, April 11 Kodak Film I Weaver. p.2b 3 0 I ILantau'r
3b 3 0 I
7:11: a.m. 1:10: am. Photo Supplies
0 0 0
Webb, 3b
7:31: pm. 1:32: p.m. Movie-Colored & Regular ''Etkerl, cr 3 1 I ;/ r'i IT

BE WISE. Wedding Thompson rf 3 0 i
Sunday April 12
Portraiti by Appointment Only Walker, If 2 1 1 ti ""l
"Porcelainize"LASTS 7:57: a.m. 1:57: am. Studio At 504 Ash !St. Totals 23 3 7 I I1 '

8:17: p.m. 2:17: p.m. Phone 261.4586 FernandinaQuonlebaum I ,41
2b 4 I IAlvarez. I M
: OR 4 TIMES Monday, April l.'i: or 5 3 4 I

LONGER THAN 8:42: pm. 2:41: a.m. Rowland's Hpr\1, Bar Ib 3 II I !Eh r k ''It t ;!

ORDINARY WAX Wiled: c 4 III I I I I t;
9.0.1 : ; It
: p.m. p.m. UPHOLSTERY 41
Tyson,, sv 3 I 3 3MIII'r. '
I ,
? ton 1
k ;
LASSERRE MOTORCO. Tuesday, April 14 no von NEED rf 3 I I I i t
NEW lovmivt; OR RFPAIRTO :dike (11111', If 2 I 0
9:28: am. 3:33: a.m. MKMTIRENEW tOI R Clark: If U I 16Puknla

9:51: pm. 3:59: p.m. nR 31J 3 2 I ISOflp
S. 8th St. Ph. 261-3819 RFtT rOVERl p I I I
Wednesday, April 15 ton 5'ol'RACT' Thrall P 2 2 1TeIalr

10:17: am. 4:23: a.m. FREE ESTIMATES 321113Oralgc
Park OJO: ) 1501 3 7 2t'eruandIDa
Going Fishing? 10:42 p.m. 4:39 p.m. We Pick Up and Dcli\.er 040 2M 13 U 1 ,

Thursday, April 16
& Lovequist
Visit Us For Porter
Complete Line Of 11:11: a.m. 5:17: a.m. General Contractors Fewer Forest FiresIn jn'a 1)F s

11:38: p.m. 5:34: p.m.
Fishing Tackle SPECIALTIES -

.Outdoor Rod! Camping. Recto Friday, April 17 PLASTIC w'noun08KI"f'\ Rt'RFACINGCUSTOM I Nassau County

6:16: a.m. BIII.T CABINETS
EquipmentFIRESTONE AND BATH March '64An
12:11: p.m. 6:33: p.m. KITCHEN REMODELING During

Complete !ShowroomFor \
overall decrease In forest
TMM Cauruut '
BEACH SUPPLY Color Coordination reflected In the :March
miss O.od. l aumy : fires van
US Atlantic Aft 2(1-4412 Phone 261.3068 fire report Issued by the Florida
Hoard ol Forestry for Nassau

Listed blow k Nassau\ County .
fire "'prt.Iart'h.: 1 14 prepared -
by County Ranger David R Pud

AT FERNANDINA BEACH s ti gilt.tat for Also this shown year,Is with cumulalive compari. WOODWARD MOTOR COMPANY ,

sun fur tame period list year and
of firesLightning
GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIV cause this month 0 tu South 8th Street Fernandino Beach, Florida Phone 261.3636 -

date 0 (last year tame month -

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Eight'eweLeader, Fernandina Beach, Florida---Thursday, April 9, 1964_ I-" t

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wi5e.Dais' no.u. I Isle. -eoeYAlee-nee'
'n Bailey Road CHURCH:

da J. C. BYRD, PASTOR : The Rev. Jgmu 1) blllsor, RtttnrT the month of March
[hD Sunday School ............... 10 Aid :30 A.M. Holy communion During ,
In Morning Worship ............ 11 AM"Evening 10:DO A.M. Choral Eucharist/1M4. I total of 13 alarms IUS received WHEN
Service .......... 780:: P.\l 1 1H LEIS: A.M. Church School by 'the fire department of 100 EXTRA STAMPS YOU BUY Z11h1
the City of Fernandina Brach I.
t7 k bOO: P.:M. Lpincopal Young I
or that total 1 fire81 In a
PRIME: UK I'tACK: ': Churchmen,
'bl I building! Tlve occurred In brush ONE 4-LB. ltmism
LUTHEIUN CHURCH (This Is the schedule of every
.1 el t t Donald R. Himmelman, Pastor Sunday with the exception of the t lor six grass alarm, and were one was calls In other I vehicle thaI : SWIFTPREMIUM CANNED HAM 4 8291 / (

w I I Phone 261.lItJI.aat ( ; i last Sunday: of the month) 4 CAN
flrei In the city there were ,
Sunday School .............. 11:411: a. m. w tr trCIll'RCH
C) I I Worship Service ...?... 1100: a. m OF COD OF I rescue needless! and alarms a call, to one Rayonicr emergency bi. ,itt Sweldt

j I.' v7 tl1' j HWI'IIECY cause of overheated pipes.
A I t' MEMORIAL METHOUIST Rev. II. C Usury, Pastor Tire I Inns was estimated as $3.
i IITRCH Ij: If. T'
w 10:00: a m Sunday School 500 Inside the city on properly 'T 1
.r |t. Nelwin I'. Muyir, PaRtnr [ 11 ..m. Morning Serviit! with a total value of W>00 Fire '
:& ... ._ .. SihooII I IIttnorIl I al, ns' nni nunmutnul moor tan
.. : .m. Sunday 7.45: p.m Evening Service; men unending the fired had an : !! !!3,1 :ll {
.... .. W-D Brand Extra Lean Fresh I
t ;00 am. Morning Wurnhi) INS: pm Wednesday, V.LB. Ser average attendance! record of 80'; ,
y 6:15 p.m. ? MYK Supper A Pro viie fur young people. In relation to 'the causes of fins.1, Iii! SAVE Yellow Solids' 1

t grams ft tt (t 4 were! determined to have started
'?:.30 tm. ?__ Evening WomhipLAST I FIVE POINTS BAPTIST l because of defective healers 3[ Ground BEEF
I rT ClILKLII: ; because of careless burning uf''

SUNDAY OK TilE 4.45: a m. .-?. >_ !Sunday School brush one In an aulom:iblle, and 'I OLEO
.I MONTH ll.UU: am. ..... Morning Wurshii l Iwo of unknown origin The emergency ''III'': y a
7.30: A.M. Holy Communioi 11:80| p.m. ._._.._ Training Unloai call wan for a resuscltilorat ,
10:00: A M. Morning Prayer I i':SO p.m. _.-_ Evening Worship the Junior high school ; REGULARLY 39
and Sermon Vadnesday prayer service<<: 7.30: The following equipment wan ''{i li'i' 49 a lb. H
1 11:15 AM Church School I p.m. ,peed. cl 7 fire* a total o' 37* tent !! I uL: : '
1 6:00 P.M. Episcopal Young TrTABERNACLE of booster hose was .used: alone .iiii,'+,i:: ;liii! 10 !
i Churchmen BAPTIST fire \\M feet of ll. Initi n .se waiusrd I 1lIIIjiSiiijiijllh'r'jk LB
. i
tltltl i iCIILRCH I f'sv1
. : OP .01) CIIUItCHmelia i Sirloin I LB. 88x
1 .. \ Road Phone M1-14S7 ; !! ., ST : j .
Cur. 4th and Cedar M The world) first luicesNlul live : ? Lh!: Ills LIMIT 2 WITH $5.00.
1 Rir, L. Marvin JitnniwR, Pastoi Sunday Ke,. Loyd School Chambers.. _, 1..11I 10. l em birth of a porpnlne In capllxlty oc. I .. .. i.!ljiiiii! .1 ui\ .! !" i'i i ''L si. it < '""! > i ORDER OR MORE. "' W.D BRAND STEAKTBone
Phone 261-3K07 "MM'M" I
vlbinmg Worship .,,....._ 11 a.m. furred at Marlneland of .'luridlll 1
10:09! I.m. _, M Sunday Schno'n In 1947 881 ,
:00 am. _.?_' Morning S rvlc. I Evening Worship ."'_M_ 7 p.m 1, ::1 LB
Aednutday Service _...... 7 --- I
Y p E. Friday Evening 7:30: .M p.m. I II .
I T:SO p.... ._ .. Evening Servlci -tt tl FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD I .1 I

Prayer meeting Wednesday. I PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHIRC.1 I Rev. E. A. Lewis faitor W-D Brand U.S.D.A. Gr. "A" Frozen 4-14 lbs.ui; "I Round LB. 881 rj
7:30: p.m. Rev. W. G. Brwiks, Pastor 10:00: a.m. -??_?_ Sunday School I j i ... I .
'* -tttr I SUNDAY::' SERVICES: 11:00: a.m. __...?. Won h'p! Service I Woo BRAND BONELESS ROAST
7.SO: p.m. .....' Evenlna Worship !I 9.43 A.M. . Sunday School 6:80 p.m. _. C. A. Youth Services {I
11 00 A.M. lIornlnlf'orablp BROAD Sirloin 88xW.D
BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH : 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service np n.
419 Month 6lh Street I 6.00 P.M.lcn'l! Prayer Service rhuriday! mid week service I .

Rev C. W, Page, Pastor I 6:30: P M Training Union 7.30 p.... BRAND BONELESSRump
Sunday Services: : 7:30: P.M. Evening Worship T> _... Wednesday Services: ( ROAST LB. 881I'
10:00: A M. Sunday School SITED PENTECOSTAL t/ : .
11:00: A.M. ? Morning Wornhl6 7.30 P.M. Prayer Service CIllRCIl ,

:80 p.m. M..........._.?*. B.T.U Yr -tt a South 8th 81. Ph. 161.370 ; I W.D BRAND BONELESSRound
7 no P.M, Men's Prayer Service 1 C1IIRCII: OF CIIRIST Rev. W. W. Roland 88x"T I

Tuesday' i South: Nth Street Sunday School .. .. 10 a.m. ROAST u.
7:00: p.m. ___ Vlsltatlen I Earl Illlbert, Minister Worship Service . 11 a.m. r.J
-- --------- Sunday: Bible Study 10:00: am
.. 11:00 Proper Meeting, Tuesday 7.30 p.m. t' ............ ........ ...... ,
Morning Woiship : I.m.I ''' -
: '' -
Evening Worship .?. 7:00: p.m., Bible Study, Thursday 7.30 p.m. '[ ...... "i"; SPRI CHILL -tr 50 Extra&>C Green Straps .
CHURCH\ I Mutt Hiwijr 107 Nasnau'illeHer. I 1 'DU CANPotte7i
[m IT on n II.,. John hazier, Panlor ,, Pan E.V adp, Pastor Hawaiian Punch
I Church School....... 9:4i: : A.M.j|I Cantors Prayer Time 1 5 c{:'
Worship Service .. 11:00( A.:M' [ (For :Men) ....??..._..._...... 7 I.m"I i' 11 GOOD Teeu A.ea' Ilea
BUY n mi Youth Meeting ........ 11:00: : Sunday School ?......... 015am: s f+ AT ANY WINN.DIXIE
I Church School........... 7.30: 1':11'1 I Morning Worship ......._ 11 a.m.I I ., J.
[ tr iffft Training Unto ?........ 0:15: p.m ,r. '..

........ 7 JO .
CATIIOLICI Evening Woiship :; p m Il titiudW

I CHURCH Wednesday Men'i Hour: of Tower -.. 7pm. ', TOt"rOT$, tM1EK/N pat P1 dot.::.. d'..
Leonard Duncan, PaeterI
Rev ...... r Extra aw.:
Prayer Scrvlca 7:30 p.m. : 50 Green Stamps
I iunday Maas ??.....?.. and, 4tb "
: Sunday ?..._. 7 7:30 m4undsy "WhoHoever w 11 may come. a WITH THIS COUPON; AND PURCHASE OF

Mass ....,..??,..,.... 1st, 3rd tttt. NOW III llth STREET
Kill Sunday, 11.10: ..... 81iiiN
OiNatoli. 1 Monday, Young People .7. p.m. I.4S I.m. ............... Sunday School I III TOMSTAANDARDOESMoprtonoChick.n'pTurlk'EY' Chlck eCroqus
Tuesday, Novcna Services 7:30:
/DIIIOw 00 .... II i iI' .
LYCRB' : a m Morning Worship r AT ANY WINN DIXIE
I I pn ... ......... .... _.. I J
LMda 1 Daily ...,........................_.. 8 cm I' 6:30 p m ...". ? BTU I ..
+al.err7tiw'rA3 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship 303 CAN .. ::
Saturday -........M Convent Chapel "
I )J:30 Communion In Convent 7:80: p.m. .... Mid-Week Services SAVE 3'/2* 8-oz.
_:_ __ ___ ______ ._. _y 1 1I Wednesday I''j / PIES $1 dh(
tittt list H It It tuntltl I 'I, FIRST BAPTIST CHUM Limit 3 with $5 9 6 r /J. "

JOHN E. (Jack) Rtv. i. T. Dyniam Faster & ., order or more. / (FROZEN) 50 Extra W" Green Stampslg
Nassau Building & Vorshlp Services: 8:30 A.M t, WITH THIS,! COUPON AND PURCHASE OFTropicana'Fruit'Birs
MATTHEWSBest 11 :no A M I 1 ,
Supply Co. i I: 8.00 P.M. ry I y
dundsy School __ 9:45 AMI '""' .-- ':r "':-:' "'-"' .
Qualified For Governor M I 1"W" .u"I., m
1129 S. 8th Street I >'i ,; ,.t _. ..N.I. 'j. ,
Training Union . . 11:45: I IPrayer 1 ;" 0000 TMKU AmiL I IIT.H; flj f
(PHONE 261-36la by Campoisn P/Id I Treaeurer'II Pat. Adv.Authorteed ''' Service: ..._.?.. Yt !!P.M'i I AT ANY WINN-OIXII J :
7:30: P.M. q i t

II I ST. I'ALL'S tlll'ltCII! LUTIIIIERAI'1 I|[., 20 iG 79

Amelia City Near latersectioa. j| m
414 50 Extra / Green Stamps
'00 a m. Morning Service SAVE 7t ALL PURPOSEWesson

Polalo l or Dip Chips
Oil 24.=. JAR 28 ? J GDOO TNRa ARRIL ItTH I.

14 d

I Oil.I ; \'\, 2 5 1",J 'A'.' dh::,(.

j-"i 50 Eitri &N"Green Stamps
A Service nt' your Doelaol, Mo.tlome, I WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
\'Ug Hon.U 1..1 W.J.cjl.11. Allocution Soewiy. end she SAVE 1 10# KRAFT .
P.a CeFamilyACNIN''
IN Q 4 vx

genera practitioner is
increasingly active an a particiPant .
in Hit f tint against mental
illness. Surreys show that .-, .... .. '
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much mental, duordcr i M first. ,.. '1.. ',' J. I ,.,ij"J
... obsmed in the comnilting room rI ..
of the family. phnidan. \,.,"- FRESH POLE 5OExtrad.o){'Green 'Stlmp's "
The males put the vulume at five to
all here
gang's JO per com nl a doctor tot.il \ I WITH THIS,COUPON! AND PURCHASE OF
practice, with the higher figureconsulrrcil '

About Inside to arrive at work In shape for work. curacy. to be closer to acv Beans. 2 Lbse 29JMILK. Two Orange PNaIAALEY Slices CAN DY

With the Volkswagen Double Cab Pick.Up. any Organic confusion, dcprts Dooo 7eeu A." ".
five ion, cliizoplimiu! retardation, .
workers,mamHnanca character di-nrdcrt. and above l AT'AN" WINN-DIXIE
men, or whoever" works for you can get wherever all, the aiuiitics; often show j 16 d
they're gong, wthout, getting' wet. And take alon(i themickci in physical nunsand ; : ; :- --: 'f"r "\"'. c _
whatever they need to take. symptom' An appreciation :::: ';''L.
The 30 square f feet In the of emotional. factors canprevent
rear carries up to halfa the of
possibility' treatment
ton of supplies, materials, tools anything of any for oriiinle I :disturbanceonly
(nape. (III the load extends beyond the 30 square afur instance when a
I feet, |lust' drop the tides" and tailgate and you've mentally dutnrhed person he.
lieves Ins trouble be
got a flatbed I phyiical.Ai to entirely

1 Or you can send out a smaller crew and a larger far ai the patient Is con
load by simply unbolting the second seat cernecl the general practitioner 4 e / 1 e
Whatever 'the combination of people and customarily is available in location
: cargo, the VW Double Cob Pick-Up can carry up and ill time Another advantage 1 1 I 1 i i bmiAr

; to 3/4. ton, nearly half again the load of a standard is and the knowledge continuity ofcontact ..;flJ
half ton truck. ? 1 ?
I achieved a* the .doctor mutates. 1 1 1 1
At half the cost per mile.A the patient from .illness to illness -
remarkable economy for a truck that does the I The I general practitioner, THRIFTY MAID or
|lob of a car and a truck is close to the patients home
environment and often i* phy ;
People who have to get people to work wl, | siciim to the whole family 'Ihe ;

traction appreciate in mud the, VW'i sand, ice expandability and snow,because too. Better'the I family clergyman, do'lI..r.,: U tllllf along Of with the. firmailtimirs the I i Save 3< Toll Con Save \11\ ( Giant Box ; Save 21* Giant Box s 1 t Save 14 1 1-Lb, Can

engine i in the rear. No boiling over or freezing person Umn to whom for. help(the,troubled If the 1 1

because its cooled by air. i troulile requires, speiiaticedstntance aI_ 59n;
Whatever the weather, the gang will I be (her*. he I I. able to arrange 10Limit 1'I 58 69

@) for source referral to. the proper 1 1 1 1 1
I ment Early are detection just a* Important and treat ismeatai 10 with 5i: order or",or.. I Comport Quality and Price J For o Deeper, Cleaner White In New Flavor.Saver Con I 'In New Easy Open CO"Pare
INC. "ote; .:
ana -nwuoiul illness a*
J 1250 East Eighth Street, Jacksonville in other forms pf sulnens.

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,-\--- ---- -- -+...-., I .1 i Jfcwtomler. Fernnndina... RencK Florida -Thursday( April !J., 1061 Pace Nine
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''I .. .... FOLLOW THRU I of the holes were put In a hut And nun Llbba Gordon Lucille. Swcalt, The giant Saturn space vehicle
SorfsSIanis nine were eliminated, the nine remaining Harriett Wan, and Adeline Davis. which will transport mm to the

I ] -.,. .. were the holes thai ,* A. Moon has accelerated the development .
counted. Six! gentlemen Roller. (Irom 'on. of new Irihnulngy, such as a
J e Next Monday. April 13 FBWKAmrmbcri lamer Corporation: met Mix from i fuel cell wllh no moving ports
BY CURT GORDON are hulled to play al! Kraft Corporation. Si t. Mir\s, which operates' al BO'; efficiency
the Hyde Pork Colt Club In Juk.sintllle Georgia, In" friendly game/ of compared! to the 40'/ efficiency of
u One of the outstanding basket. last Saturday. Jake seems (to catchall t : At Ibis time only Rtehave !golf: IIn Sal April 4 r'eriwmllna I today's power' plants Saturn will
t ball attractions of the season will of his fish weighing near the signed up to plAY Those Hojih won by 24 points but the be launched by tin John F Kennedy
be staged ]Monday night at the' sixty pound mark wishing to participate\ should gel SI :Marys' men put up a touch! Spate Outer, :NASA from
high school gym 1 when the Kraft -tr I their mimes on the list! as sum a* battle, Spinkmtf/ I the local team the new Merrill Island Florida
*. Athletic t Club plays the SeahorsesIn Jake la managing the Harden possible so Ihile Park can be no. were Paul Kornnu, Tom Lnnnon site
Fred Mi Lean. I U. N'MlIlI1e. R. N,
a benefit basketball game for softball team again this and I fled probably bv Sunduv / -
Alday. and I Del Theohnld Jot-
the Fernandlna Band. Proceedswill he wants to Invite ill prospectsout The 14! \ ll.mdirap( Touin.imenl I
Lane. Kd Smith James Mull Roy
the go State toward Meet sending in Tallahassee the Bandto for practice Thursday afternoon e schedule In posted al the dub, Beikrtt John Lonnd Jack. The UnexpectedIs

Wyman Hughes of KAC and Herb April 9 BV WILLIE MATTSONNine I house First 1 round( mulches must Thurner made up the team from Coming

White of the Seahorses plan to go T&A be played by April 19,, Sc'tly"ork across the rh'er.JOHN ,
all out on trying to win the ball We have tried very hard during member of the H1\SGA meets Edna Diugherly.: Mirgi1!: FRIDAY APRIL 17
It should be the past few days to find words I Lannon ,
game; a good one 'i- participated In a Blind :Nun-; lour. vs Minnie Harvey Shirley
-tr In which to express our regret for ....: Shove \s, M.itgp Brown, Beth
t "" ....,. nnmcnt Tiuml.iv, April 7. nl the ( Jack )
the loss of one of our former Little ., | ., E.
Good news this week from : x- > .. Beach \ Minnie Mellon; Sarah MUSTANG!
a ...... 4
League ball pla\ers, Lee Key golf course Joyce< Knl/mlnwr: led .
"Wi ,,
former Fernandina athlete. Lynn ;)... 1.,, 'f.\ Allan \s DIIK| ll.iiilon.: and :Sun.cv ;
Joyncr. Lynn Is attending SI We actually don't know what to .' ':}'n'. ', ..::<."... ;.... ;{:j I the field wllh! a 4'l-H m>l 34 In H.'rrllll1.. Kliz.ibelh: Hall. The MATTHEWS
Johns Junior say We were honored to have the .. .' .r tOY,...,', '* I second plate wax LuillU1 SW'IIt1 following Indies draw a bye (lor LASSERRE MOTOR
College at Palatka .f ..
opportunity to write about Lee ..,. '. "' ...,, ::.t' .f.J ::. I (Best Qualified For Governor:
and has become an outstanding ......... ,. with 48.12 net 38. and Marge ''I the first niHlih: Kave VMlIlimsMiirtlw ,
during his Little League/ career as ) <:i.. : ;,. t, ... ; 't. I Lannon In thlul with 41181.! 'I '. Cladvs Glenn Jeun Paid Put AdvAulbnrlred COMPANY
(unit Alrt.i\
fr track star Joyner won the 100. ,. ,.--.4.11t.. ...... .. .,_, ._ .. .
we are many others and It certainly bv Campaign Trrimuirr
yard dash 220 yard dash and net 37') The eighteen number Hooper. \ltkie I'oole. Willie 1 Mull
ran In the Sprint medley relay Is a blow to us to not get LATEST ADDITION to the staff of (Head Pro Ed Matt- -'
last week. Good to hear from our the chance to continue our writing son at the Fernandina Beach Rolf Course in Billy Pop.
about his athletic accomplishments I ___.._
I of Carolina. and
4 Fernandina boys who are continu. plewell Raleigh North Mattson. left AGENCY
tog to make good In athldlcs. | I'opplewell are shown at the 10th tee of the local links. pr Waf9tu TWO for thPricoof w
"* 6-- I .
< 6- tr --- -- ----
r '
I A series of chcerleadlng clinics
If you're bothered by the in.I August I 27 at Andrew Jackson High ONE CENT f ON
will be sponsored by the FIIS.LIduring
ability to meet new people, In Jacksonville. BowlerettesBY
? try '
the last week of August A Pius ONE CENT!
f picking up the wrong gulf ball. I I
nationally known Instructor has ANG1F.. DREW
been engaged for the week Five I Ic'nters Wilt Browning and Bob Myers Week of J-31-S4
The Fernandina Beach Pirate have been established overthe I of the Charlotte newspapers| are I Total ./ se t",, i iI
? baseball team Is doing fine so far, stale at each of which' a one on hand this year to give the people Team Standings W L Pins ..,
winning the first three games of day clinic will be held, The pro. I of Charlotte! Hint 1 hand report Reddy Kilowatt 48 33 66427 ,\ "g I tlllfArY
the season The Pirates haveN gram at each clinic will' begin at on spring! (Mining! activllici. Beach Bar 41 40 66108 NA

blasted out 12 15 and 10 hits tom 9:30: A.M. and terminate at 3:00: Hadden Lanes 39 42 6S3(<3 -- ,
the three games played P.M. There Mill be a charge of/ Bubba QiiJlllib.ium. Benny Alvarez Land & Williams 31 47 654M I 1
Jake Bunch came through with charge will be made for the spon1sors. I have been hitting -fhe bull hard I Lanes . . 2516
another filly-seven_ pound drum' The local schedule will' be I for the Pirates during! the fhst Land & Williams .. 2426j
---- ---- three games of the season; Beach Bar . . 2410
high Ind. J-GamfS I ,
.. tVf .t.- ,Judy Hiilley . .. . 565
The Men's sl!all]| League Is I Winnie Melton . . ,,., ., 535 10 DAY SALE Apr. 9 thru 18 ; ,

having trouble finding a sixth : Grace Joyce . . ., 532 ::1
team for the league. Plans call for Eleanor I Flint . .. 532 Thursday thru Saturday 6ge ALCOL. "' -
the league to open on May 5 with I 2'700'

a lwo-gamc-a.wcek schedule I Hadden Lanes High Tram. .Game.. ... 880 Lola, Aulllnp, M. ""''''.,

.. Gil Vizcarnimlo will be the man Rcddy Kilowatt . . . . 874 W A A S : ; :

... ager Baseball of the League Pirates this >In cur the Gil Senior was I''Beach Bar High Ind. Game. . . 863 i.;.k SUPPOSITORIES s- 9d c'

slated to head up the scorckcepers Judy Holley . . .. -. .. 252 Olyc.rln.ln"",, w Adahl,12'....................1s I T J
; lor the Senior and Little League Eleanor Flint . .. .. ... 221 DRUG STORE '
:rr Ltt'i Rater, Expfri.nc. ing job as a manager. We still need 53cIr. ASPIRIN
Reddy Kilo*'alt WIlepDot
L scorekeepers especially now to fill Odom 30 11371 SI 140 .2:54c: j jJUANY.TOIRNAL
9() the big lap left by Gil. so all volunteers I Stella Doland 51 8779 78 112 W.1 m.Lnl. a. 700,._.........

HOLLANDTO step forward. I Wlnle Smith 57 7210 89 104 .

: i Grace Joyce 38 5833 45 129 Chlldnnlow r' 98 SACCHARIN
THE UNITED STATES SENATE Ybor Alvarez siys the Mens '''Betty Becton 32 10712 78 137 ; 2:99=
Ar rlf4/r/
: 11 1 want la t prtn my uncti* XSKSSAIO t HOLUND ItMtrnbtr a Softball League i Is still seeking the I Hadden Lanes WhlepAngie b'b'mul4i 1" .. ........................
., aunt in nor btng obit I to t> Hit Stn.lt A>- sixth team and the Women's League / Drew 58 7282 69 10S .vte )
travel this, 1 II
constantly during *,.I.tI. Ctmmilttl.JL needs a fourth learn 'Eleanor Flint 28 853 8 142 :
; campa Stan gn btnalf throughout, of I tht tntir* Mtmbtr *f Hit Atrtnlullcal < 6 tt Winle Mellon 64 7187 76 94 f t ij 691 MINERAL OIL :
in my Multi-Vitamins
cart'a? Ifttt Scltntt Ctmmit- Little and Senior 6317\ 'I .2=70o
for The League Louise Wallace 47 7JH8\ :
w is Uniitd didacy, Slant. ,rt iltctmn Senator' ,at but your I JL rtt.M.:.....' tf Iht Unttt AarUculliirt Leagues are having Iryouls this V'clma I: Hedge 27 \11682 81 144Wllcp Pl.aaontCh.rryFlewortool Ouch.,, W.Igrutn, ,,..,,.................. .. .
1. f..1 l the tnlicol pond It week. Next week practice sessions Beach Bar '
wou ldal not bo and wat hov la Florida nv. .11tH.. M Ftrtilry ComMtmbtr Mill be held before the seasons be. VI Soriano 39 10382 81 128 -- :; 4' 2 :=J: 251 6ge MOUTH WASH ;

;: Woihngion not rtp'tunitd, m Congrtu:'Ai tt Joint Ctmmllltt gin on Monday. April 20. Judy Hollev\ 37 SOBS 69 130 20700 .'
: your Stmor, Senator. I might .n ,,"."I.n tf ntntutntltl 0 n pour aut thai Iht Influtnc Ftdtral. txttndilurti.Mtmktr .' Did you hear about the group June O'Steen 42 9347 75 124 R.I. $3.+$ AI INAL I
and Iht.powtr af an IndividualStnotor tf Iht Itnttt Otm.ttrallt that went hunl'n' $t. Four( were In Ruth Williamson 24 9781 M 14*
; : :
: :
,It vary laigtly: dt- Slttrln*) Cammitltt, good shape, but one was a little Land It Williams W/Htp 1 VITAMINS with 1
I: Itrm.ntd. by tht SENIORITY ht Se...., H.II.... has .bttnacllvtly drunk so the four put the drunk Mary Jane Wilson 33 3242 39 135
I' hat artamtd, rtiptntlblt for IhttMMfKllllit down the stream by himself. Tile Marsha Hoose 58 8326 81 102 98 Shave Cream *
Sp....,,' Holland It now ..,y. .f "......... tf MINERALS 1,11, 9:00
i Inn hit, I Sth ytor at a ",.",b., "' "11.., tt) Dtllan tf FtdIhtixn four shot and shot at ducks and. I Betty\ McKendree 36 1192 9 132 A I A J .tan! 11 M. Atmtl,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. .,.,.., &ft V V98e
of th. Umltd State' Stnott ant Panda. ....tI.. Nm ..ffrom never did hit a thing while everything 'Carolyn Rowland 24 115RO TS 148 All Famllr f.rmYlo. "ia a
.' and h 'it oft silent at the one man Lottie Rhodes 63 1727 ID 98
tf |jabs which In was I Man's Deodorant p
y In the order ef i Seniority In the turn btntfltt Iht tetntmy stand Finally a single duck flew Sub. W IlItp I f A lassie. Liver OIL Z99
.. Dtmocrahc" tntmbtrthp" of th. tf tvtry *nt In Hit ..tI,. over and a blast clime from down Eva Sirmans 69 2088 24 87 .0 NAM, oar ,a4 N.I1... ta.T.wh.Np.pr.p. 5........ R
Stnatt. Halt tt fltrlda.il slieam and the duck fell. The four High Scratch: Bowlers I I 5 100
.. raced down to see what happenedand Judy Hclley\ 2I4-4N PERFECTIONHand
questioned the man on how he Grace Joyce 177-439
tI. did It. "Anyone could kill a duck In Eleanor Flint 190-43'!) Lotion
I. a nock as big as that" replied the High Average Bowlers 49c Baby Oil
I 2850I OYSrb.pdmlSEAMIE
killer. Ruth WllllairiHon . 148 Hnt tutllty. / ................................ d.l.egm.t lien.
Carolyn Rowland .. . 14H ==
t I II .. .. . r ,
Velma Hodge .. 144 Bakykof
Trade At Home Eleanor Flint .. .. .. .. 142 NrIONS 75 a trt/4 .. Syrup 9i7H( 299
( M
I 140 ?
; .. Dot Odom :
$oNleretkl Prlu LI,t "'"
1. Reddy Kilowatt 49c '89 Baby Lotian "ZR90 '
; Smokers Tooth Paste
I 2 Beach Bur ?... .. .. ......... 9:70
f High Average p.. 1 l ..tlyt M.M rtmtvtf. I% tl..............

fS. Carolyn Ruth Williamson Rowlind 89 First Aid Cream Z901"Aw

S. RE-ELECT Judy Holley High Game 214 Blaek Ilhite ...N/.rN.alwm.Iyen.., ,. R

June OSleen 179 ORANGE i FaM s1 9 Antacid Liquid OMUl
High W/IIrp nN, ua, no, u/
Flavortd 2SO I
mg.SVitamin MtlMlll Wtlll 11 tl ? p)
to Carolyn) Rowland 224 9
"" 3 ''
Winnie Shelton 224 C Tabs.
39C Cold Sore Balm 1LI
'IC High Series .ZI140 r
Ruth Williamson 528 I a.n1.r L.Mm. M.IIwA.. .. ., ... ....,. .
H. J. YOUNGBLOO'D \Dot Odom 486 1"

High Series W/llep 591 Children's Aspirin
Vclma 5\18\ R. f1.+/ OIJ VITOL _I 2 601
.to Betty Dillon Hodge 589!! /.Wmm..n,1/.'.................... .. Nooa-ourtxta ? ,.
h solutioN COLOR FILM
98 Acne Cream
aa.1 .N.mM.LehllMen. y; nv.n 4, '
YOUR SHERIFF CityBowling Iwt ? wtlllt kt.ll Htlltf I Vl 2:99'I 2

4N 2 5m" 3 98C Cold Cream 2991 '70,CAN1iD wl, q

.. LeagueBY ClMmlll*"twfKtlM." I ti.43'ENVELOPES .. .

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Week of 4-1 I
Tot.il,1,, I 1 S Aq. ISJi1' ; y,

I : It Is Not How LONG Tram Standings W L Pins GERIATRIC
Tllman's Cabinets. 74 38 BILLFOLDS
I i. l :Morris & Payne 7811111 :: 48s : ch.I' ... ..991 TA1lIia
Body Shop 40/)" 78172' lOKMftriis.t0 tgal i iii*..".....* II .Pr4'yy) YN.mM .

WELL "fw Beach Bar 55th 56'j' 72:101I1: | .....1.. -.. oIf, "oid. .591 :- A MMN f'0

But How Madden LvnesBecker's 53 39 7448J I Pad 8 Cover Sel.-9 9. STATIONERI.,"._.-."-- tea
Uru44'1/ 67'', I|
I. High Team 3-Oames :
Het ker'. Drugs/ 2814 !, CHWMLL ''

H. J. YOUNGBLOODT Tilman Beach Bar Cabinets 27'Jt.271'tilO\ ,', ..D MuHI Lolly Vlbmin5 LNwI. VwawLat. ,

; High led Games I .. 4n Mr"m
;Melvin (Hester I .1 N 2'O'
I-. John Beckett WI3

HAS SERVED I ,'tf Bill Walker high, Team Game fW2! : ""GWS WASTE TiOEL NOUSENOLD '

; Beach Bar 1017Reckers s ; PAILS

Drugs/ !If" -., BASKET TRINGE fl..IIo N.Nk 89C Bubble Bath Oil 290'.ad :
Morris It Payne 9;U I Print.q4.. amY, Irk.,d.t.N Ownan.Owlitr ...".tl....w.. W.._ I ...."....

... High lad. Game I .... n h. .......... ,,14. 1NN 1" 10TH w..88'
Bill Walker 2:11: 88' .."..."" '" 89C With E
.. John Beckett 227 ...0.,......"..... Shampoo .2:90.

"- IF YOU DO NOT KNOW H. J. YOUNGBLOOD John Buddy Beckett High firider Scratch Bowlers 212-5.011:225 I S SNr.p.Cell 1 SI.M/Flashlight... ... .'.-,.9 Butter! !!lDI..Candy.!!! -_88Rif. .._'. .. .fl ___._._

ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR Roger/ Hadden 205-5H 2/24
i Johnnie Williamson J'I2! -515: t .TBA-YH ;, BABY 1".t.I..4 A.tI...

.10I Klibcr Skidmore )I'll! -527 mJ' aI";"{:I PANTS COLD ':.!"' .
Bill IW-jtMi! : t' :
High Average Bowlers ..._, iy'r2: / I ,rvn0nYr1.., CAPSULES =::Yrii'..- ,
L i YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT BE Roger lldildcn 1116 .... .. 31.... ,...,,.. ./J ....".. ....... p ......;;;.
I _. ......... ; .... 2 1.' '
Cecil: Jlcxlue/( 181 11.7u R
John Hecki-tt ]liS

: paid Punacat, l A'lvtrtiMmtnl Johnnie Williamson 177 K,,.. -'-__a'w -..N__
Weber Skidmore ]7l71'i

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Pupcrxnor, of liecistraicn of NIHUIIMCuuuiy fir tho office of Ciunlv( coirmlKsloner COUNTY fOMnisiotRI .
- ; hl 01 District No S aid repreI Ni Page Ten ew -Lel er, Fernandlna Reach norMa! Thursday, April 9, lftG4'

ol I have qualified fur the offlc of -- ------_.- -
1 have lived lit Nassau County forth I Mining ti ismil County ,
Political/ Announcements past 30 \'.0... I was educated In I I was burn, In Ill'llarri, I t la Fcb 1I R ounly. Commissioner Filth District, 0
time schools of till* county and attend I Via I en limit rrucmt to the fu ,aiDirls Nah.a i Cuuuiy in tIcs luiiiing Uemucrcitic I I Nasica U I'bu::: yocir 0 Northwestern. Stile College at Mate hi. I (Huts II. and 1 of Nassau County I
tcaoictea. Ia a tcumni.I reelected the offlc, Your vole .
Louisiana to
Blvlnn and have lkulnc I
w* five chll'drcn prlllay. : l'lh.
*d Business' Collcg fir i yeirsI I '
I laIn miirrleil, to K. I'. H,uld'H'k and :' :, lour: bots ant t cite sin! F mr :tf: I am a properly owner and know Iv ,manner, ted, I will serve each of you I support In my beh.1 will b* greatly

: STATE REPRESENTATIVE FOR TAX ASSESSORI live at 41* South eth Street rernun. our chll,Irtn attend flue C.aiiit:I u, abut! \II Is lo pay I't.taoes. : I will sincerely' apprecl your to, Ihe bent of mability, appreciated

Sl do hereby d.. I heiebv annoum.* my candidate' dim much.. 1 am, a member ot time School My oldest a sin Is married If ilccted lo most Important, yule and nupnirtIllBLRT flmrrelvIRCND', I J. W. (Jim) PETERS
I ergo: H Dnrsev for the high of fir the office of NQMIU C untv 'J'..i Flrhl U",pllnl Church c tam.,.t'i' Uudi A''". Thiimi. I.. I pleclri to ALL the ciluens if N.: \'ANZWTi : ,\ c. lRA'EVFOi

I olsr omira candidacy tativu for Neieu Assessor subject to the Democrdlli, t Bcfot deciding tn offer myself u.e I a,n ocll'e"I"ieil. my bu.lle" I' nv', pact i>f Nansiu C, unty Iliol l 1i I I'I
flit reprLefl of May SIll 11)64I indiclmo for the Registrar office, 1 lull 1 "I! I In ti center fl i,: use all of my forts to work usour FOR CONSTABLE
full know primary Cdla
.Ft County, I do to "llh.snonslbllltli the of have been self employed In Hllllarc'nc I I studied Site duties and procedute of hUl on 1. S. No. I and No, 3dl \' County COl"I..lune for tlut i FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE HOSPITAL TRUSTEE I

da ledge ol the vest I I em anhu I IVI, I am an active member: ol I this ofiicc, I trot taut. 1 am well qu.mI'mcd am emlwr of I''e t'all hen; Mot, 111..1 AL Nassaut I wl.h to I I ann"jnc* 1"L" I am a candidate II.h I announce e mv caitdldnry.
this 1 vltallv ml portantoffke lunty, anmcaartfaat am a can.didats for Constable for District 1 1.2.3 Nill.iu *
Baptlut 0 urch Vice President for member Board of
' 'Irot Baptist hurch a Truute anc I ,it to dltchiir]* thes duties to your ; for *
yowatno t tr* many probtentiIn ', School teacher itlsfnctli' "if the Callahan Chamber of ,n, Your Vale and support Is solicited re 5l.ctdiuft cia the office at Trustees of Humphrey Memorial Hoi County. In the Mop > prlmarvI ,
of all the people I In our county anti Sunday \0 anJ will be Member of the Ufttd of Trustees nl 0 that I qualified for Ihls
appreciated I
to tl t aeme* I am presently. serving my 5th 541" I will sincerely' apprecl"it* yui r vile mer. I Humphreys, pltdl, Naosau Cnunly, DI.lr"l No.4, .
) lo devote my.elf Hospital In law enforcen
pledge I aa Mayor nf Town of Hllllard of confHence lit the May Jin' primaryKVIHRiV :.v pledge ti you will h* honest 0. W. .1.1'.1 subject lu the prlma' on .: :
elected elate Counlv. Two .
ot lie: people If your I I.m the present secretary nf NisSau (Terse) lUUIXXKFor sin 'er. .. anil font, pnrtlnl In no onen ILL I.a.tin subject .Iu 6.I .. i'f life, aervlng
representative Co With Demojr.t| prln.r) on May I reeidemtS 0' NII.auii the Coons from
II! her for B year. with County Community Chest Slotted operative everyonehaving ., I lifetoog 5Gof : : .
1 have lived 1I3S lo 1 Police Pepirtment
2nd ... I am member olHllllard been .,ked by numerous FOR COMMISSIONER married IO time 'Immrnner l.ieiareu
Fund for y. a I hove
,hi I w COINT llged to
dignity that noneceoseryCl serve you ond from 1050 to HI54 with the
Quiet ; over the to h.1 have childrenand
ol bc cnouiuier to'o
Club Supervisor Registration pi :
serving pre.t.dent
Rotary as
for any public, .rvanl As your flat I in lull and 1H63 ihln high I office, I 'v"attended, over I am a long resident of She I I for the it* years Trustee reside at Rt 1, Box UO, Hll FernanJIna leach Police Department .
.jresent'atlv' *, I would ctnv"ct my I.m. native of Irwin Cnirlv the pot of county, married to the former Helen lanj I.h.. during tlr't the .
Action' sears t ecmmlssloniirs
\ award In
at :elf, In this lime manner. because the. IM2 Kecivd Man ot eomla: hut have ..neren lent of I have mocl'.4.; their Keen and have five children, am a pioperty i 1, hospital bai made pro. lard am a World War II veteran: number I have been employed by ConlalncrCorporallon

W person who fllli this post In In effect I pledge an efficient office where, Florida f lur, 3e..... 19 years/ of I Iu lift f.r the pant vearsIf 0100sran d active member of grots 0 of the Hnptlst Church and 5 pulp. of Aln..rlc at the I Icr'
your personal representative and Ureg.rded always welcome with well I which have been opont In Nassau by any chance I donut get to \'lslteach the Baptist Church and Lion Club iireetected. I will do my utmost w ood producer. nand In. Beach division for the past
a' typical ol Nassau dumy you are past p..ld.nt! Nasaau to see that th* hospital affairs areootcducted Hi md have livid In fern antiina .
at County of County Poultry fair I peoria
It : eicled,5will to make
ly In
trained personnel, A Assessing it taxet you persona nit lie I I try
Cl all with whom he comei In reside at 103 South 10th Street. InFernundlna ; : In an Impartial and busl lleach for 14
people by I I fair and just basis providing I came I have not, uncut but, because if A."cl.lon. member of Florida just decisions, on each problem years.
feel I run do. A. to on a ness Ilk* manntr. und ice the best will be
cnntact This I funds for the ol Beach with my huobandHenry the shoit time allowed Please support Egg for four yearschairman 0 0'and" cooperate wllh membersof Your vole and support
further quallflnlfnna, I ilteitded' the Nassau necessary County Us achoola progress and all Its, L Kitchens, who Is a captain.. me with your vote and let me. sui'port Poultry Division H k,: Interest of 1keciti.maneofNamau I the Bund. for your ol.r Interest, greiilly appreciated" .
A Unlvrsllv of T Tennessee kIte working people with unnecessary y burden on,i I I with the t'ernmn dma Bench Police'Department you on Sloe board of County t'oiniiiluJO'HN'F. 11,irida Fair' and Callahan PTA. I I Counly' Your vote and active support will be JESSE Illoppy) REGISTER
Your vole and will
in oav my own expenfiea I We ar the upport begraatiy
I pirrotcof
I u"nand trove business greatly 'lotted.
\\ anyone, and to always protect your operated a I I
I am proud to lay that I com from hon.le.d two sina Hiluard Kitchens of liliikelvla ARMSTRONG SR. successfully throughout the and apprclaledLOUS DAVIS
f' ( the working clam nf people and am Your vote and active support for a < and Hlllin, L Kitchens, if Per pledge: a buslneuma s approach Y.dr to A. FERREIRA apr FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY "AND

S, clot to their ,problem I am an employee proven businessman admlniHtrator and andlna I tench. the dullei t of the County Commissionturlicularly PORT AUTHORITY
of ontalner Corporation of civic leader dedicated to serving you, I feel that my enperteoci I In .ervln. KR COUNTY COMMISSIONER In the field of taxation FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE:
t .America and hav'* been with them Ilh. puhimr b"lh In our 0n baalnevs with the determination of ; I i FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE I I, James M (Jimmv') Hlrd. fir .
will b* greatly appreciated I getting hereby announce that I can
am a
V moving to Frnandlns. I In Jacksonville for I years and for \II II I have qualified as a candid"it* tontnemh dollar's value for 0 I J, W I wish I announce mv candidacy for
lime each dollarn spentplus I ISailyt I Jonei announce mv I dlclale for reelection I to he Hoard of
D. II. (Buck) Bt:CHAN AN I years with' a firm l In Fernandlna erofCuun ly Cammlsslon' D sirlct giving the office ol Port Authority ilroup 2,
Local for
of undivided 0'
member my attention 'I e.ndldacy member the Itoardof of
t I am an entire i I 1 I 3, Nassau I Tru'le. Humphreys Memorial
ale International Brotherhood of Pulp I Beach, qualifies m* t oserve capably County, Florida. In the to the pr blems of all cltluna lit T Trustees C Humphreys Memorial I H".plul. District No.4. I will endeavor to contact all registered
Mill Workeri Un as your Supervisor of Registration coming May Democratic primary. Nassau County. with Nasaau County District 2. HUIBrd. voters throughout Nassau County .
Sulphite. and Paper FOR TAX ASSESSORI I courtesy, comnion Ho.pl.l. I shall do .
_Inn, art! I am shop stewnrd fir anlft I If .you see fit to place:.: me In this renpcysible County was and born have nb.4. 1132, In Nassau sens* and. honesty 1 I I lo the Democratic Primary ocMay In roommttoe t oserve our homipital'a to the bert of mv ability. and will
In candldicv position, I will 1 curry out the n a resident Inc I I all consider ition shown, ne,
hereby 5I appreciate
er announce
>A MOM of nil I h.rveonlnrere my :lit Your vote and support will b* best Interests. I have been a member
t ,.. I In the people I of N assets County for He-Sleciicm to the oftke of Tan I I I necessary duties :t namanner 'that 1 years am very much Interested In the prctlated ep'I I am 45 Venn of age a lifelong of your Board of Trutl.es since January I In the Democratic Primary on Ma> 9If ,

,,. IdI t eirneillv denim 11 lervl all the Assessor will reflect t favorably on you the vot office of Commissioner Dia'trict Louis Farm Higglnbotham I resident of Nassau County, a limn 1961 and It hue In,Iced been a elected to IbM office, I will endeavor
0 I Tax AsMssor I pledge to all. i ers and the county a* a whole County school I and .
As graduate alto
people of Naaaau County 3. .1.nd.d I p..our. S osero* you In this capacity to the best of my Judgmentand '
Yuur continued support It earnestly I fair and equal assessment*. In the Your vote ant support Is solicited. I am employed bv Ravonler In. I Jone liuslnes I College. 1 thank you for your hoot and ability, to perform all the duties I
ojcite I fat ureaeto the past, I will be a frleixtlo and will b* deeply appreciated I cirporated at Ferandlna Beach and FOR BOARD OF I served for four year In the U S, confidence. and responsibilities,
GEORGE H. DORSEY everyone and will continue to Thank you, PtBLCINSTRtCTIOS Navy, I am married, renlile on Clinch I am, married to the former Mildred .
have been for the 19 : I have k it always will be Interested
UTILE KITCHENS past years I : I esnan
serve each and everyone on a fair and I I I have two one boy 13'' I Drive and my religion Is flopiimit.I I Crawford ad w* ace the pirenla or I In everything for the betterment .
I 'partial" basis chidren. I hereby annoum candidacy am presently employed as Jrurnevman I three sons We are active members .
ye rs old, and 10's veorso I my I and progresa cf Mamas Counlv
FOR I b avemrvs d a* Tax Assessor for Vie J: for mrococber of the Mechanic In the MmmlrounceDepartment ol the Ephesus Baptl.l Church at
For Supervisor ol Rrglnlrallnn live at Riuie' 1. llux UO. Board of Public I am veteran ol World War 2.
ilOlSE OF REPRESENTATIVE I 10 year and as a deputy tax assessor ville In, iructlin District U I milliard, ) In the '0 of Rayomer Incorpontedmd I kings I lerrv. I serving In the Navy for 44 moths, 23
for 41 t. year I honestly lIerJ.am I Don ''Iteono Hoberts hereby. announce If the voters of Nassau County honor Democratic prlmarv' > have been 10 employed for the I am a director of the Milliard MedIc I ol which was oversetsI ,
t-Cliiud E. Wlngut. innoune* that ] the moat qualified man to aa candidacy for the olflc ol ; r oalive ut N 1 past 23 years .il Center: e director of the Nassau .
my me with the of uuaau County a member of Potrr't EpIc.ropal
I privilege serving cot am a
I" ""rn .cek1ng reelection fur the aec your Tax Assessor. I Supervisor of Registration, nf NamauCountv I I them aa their county commissioner. I. I owner .nd taopye engag. I h avecerve d four terms .. presl County farm Huieau: chairman of Church. belong F. and A. M

,,% ond term In the Legislature ai *. I pledge to all of Nassau County I subjeit to the May 5th Pit Charles N Bennett. will be a public : the timber business tor mv I I dent of Local No 706 of International the Nassau Counly Fire P reven lioncnmnuitree Amelia Lodge No 47, the ParentTeacher .

member of the H omen r RepreientaUttm to I will continue rnlthprot Equalization m.rv: I servant, serving our county filrlv andh.nehlly I adult life I am, the father ot fourchildren Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and I a properly owner area I Association and IB E WLocal .
0 Item Niesju County, suhjccl program n,w gresa, I will. not I am 34 years old, a veteran C 4 I iI Wltn special lo i Paper Mi Workers uxpaver 20H
the Democratic Primary, Mdy 6th.During be stared nlf by a certain few I was I years Military I Service during the1 I II lkoreuC ocean ii working' to prlvlcKe..mocau I am' a member of the Ephesusl I myself to the duties of this May I lay that I do and will con I am married to the former Margaret .

1004.! office. I I elected' to dn a job and I Intend to flu ; War; am married and: have 4 Countv: beler l"pll.1 Church, also the Mdsonlc office and Wil sincerely f appreciate Simon to al'lrechle )Iou01.. and ac Stewart. who tiught 'In t'.rno.
mv first term In this Job to the lwi.t of mv ability I 0'mmmi oren proaently Man the I' Your' Hllllard your vole active lunport tmveeu campaign, und .
; 'ice erminillnu vote and support will bo tiulydppnrciulerl 1 tina. Beach schools from HU6 to 1UI7W
hod the distinction 01 being lice of only H.. will :not :I lot* sight of common sens I lleuch Miniature I Holt Coursereside ;; I will seek at .1 times to determine J. W. (Bully) JONES service to our hospital are parents of two children, Jim

freshman member of the Huuie select judgment I and I assure you I will l not I at ID North 19th 81 In I"ernan. Thoohe, the reed' of school program andwill II B. C. (Bcnnle) LEWIS I my, I 17. and Ammnle! Jean' I

I preservatives I oserveons at tie partial in my duly i tuna Beach and am a member of th* CHARLES N. I always attempt to Interpret the I hone lived I in Nassau Countv all
during the ft rotepet reapDorJIonment I I do honestly and alncerely appreciate FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEEI
committee: Memorial Methodist I Church BENEr wishes of the people. tile, have h eeoataopmiyer for 29
I..;; again 'In sutoO the' In special N' veniberledrind Reappirtlonment port your confidence, vote arid, aup. I In 1UU1: I served a* President of the ,I My desire I I. to help further developa I would like to (hank you for the FOR CONSTABLE venrs nv and hove been registered.

: I Fernandlna Heach Junior Chamber oil progressive. forward looking, educa honor of I wish S announce candldicv
...ton In January 1MII Thank You. FOIl COUNTY COMMISSIONER allowing m* to serve as my
the leadenupportni Commerce. .nd as a Dirrctmr on the I tlonil program Such a program lit your Hoard member during the past for the office of Const'ibid for DIstrlcts lerhave been employed for 26 >' .
11B.1 I was among
In the successful education EDDIE McKENDREE I Fernandlna Beach Yulce Senior Cham. I wish f.nnounce e to the voter 01NI."u he re.lined by the continuing cooperatlve I four vears 1 12.1. Nassau County, In the May I 4t Container Corporation of Americaand
her of Commerce In 1162" I .server. aa that I endeavor of the school board' Stationary Engineer .
and conservation measures, Including i COlntV .m seeking the hav* nnestly tried t to give fair Rib primary am at present
recreation for the entire Area Chairman\ of a Stole wide Operatton ohm ccii C C.urty: Commlsslor.. Die. "omhu. and If elected, I "I .nld Just decisions'In all of the moon employed by Ray'ooirr Inccrp. In the Power Department
the tote of Floildi program FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF I Registration. Program, a project trlil Three, subject to the Miy 51 nv.1 and elfoits to tl. problem. coming before Ihe I orated": I have had approximately I five i JAMES M. (Jimmy) BIRD. SR.
1 lo.rd.1
designed to Voter d dedl.j'
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION encourage ReRlKira Democratic Primary "I your vote two
'Th* other committee, that I have To work with all members II yeol police experience veurs
Vine I lions In 11183! I I received the Dislufgulshed I was born In t.ewurt Countv, l;eorBl.i port my behalf Board and other Interested ", the Florida Highway, Patrol two
beeit yservtrtgrfl are: wish that I
Chairman of the Committee on Drain- I it. fir to election announce, to the am office a candid of Service ward, and Young'M wits 'I I I.or the past sixteen )ear I hoveIcen W. A. (Arnold) HADDOCKFOR to give you the best hutpil.il possible pirtlei, yrarsw ith the I"cm mdlna leach I FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY AND
selected t as the I otot.modittg t I
.. "',.e"and Water Conservation: Cummit Superintendent, of Public Instruction ,in Of The Year In I ernundmalleach NISBUU a service sution ope.tor In II I wllh funds .v.lohl.. i'mlice Dcpartmmment. and one jear as PORT AUTHORITYT
tees on EI -lIon.; Constitution, N County' subject to the Democratic I '..el..I.d I continue lo work aUII.ry pollceln.n
5 Thomua King
I lo the former Gather
S Health PublicAmusements : am 'ri the .. In odbusiness a m.mb.r of the Five Polnl.B..pll.t .
Public ,
Amendments: : primary on May 8. 1064, I hospitil care g > candidate fir Ocean Highway
I uin a member of the Fernandlnalleach Ine Milner have tno.mmos. Kay Church and have heeoareoi. self as a
and Salt Water Conker- I have ,tsught school In Nassau management, with Ni 2.
,, I Authority, ;
Parent'Teacher Association and and and Port
vatlon. County for the pact 11 y carson ci have urn presently serving as Un: Heillh, : I If elected to this high I eir I I wish t announce. that I am a sonabl amount of YOUR AX.D't I (lent of I ernantlma from Beach Fernandlna for 14 In tbe May 9th primary (Ir1up Nassau
l Committeea bears graduating
.Inele LARS
a I did not ml a Athletic ol.e. r.modulfare for
served as Coach and Director eleetlon to the Hoard
Chairman' I served Area Cu.Chairm Countv
as an I and !
I will
oeofly emnt'rrcly' Beach ,
the entire aeailon. Your vote and will I High School I. class of 1056
meeting during My pr..ent.tutua la that of Assistant 000ftherecen' t Mats Pumlio wink for, of Public In.lruclon. District Ni. 2 .lIv support I have been a resident of Fermn-
toot Is good for
I am. now lervlnl aa Vice Chalemannn Principal All.letlc Director and Coach lmmooic.umtion:: Program. cod umn I 'lllnl I Illiinaiel, A lo the Democratic be appreciated I am married to the former Nadlne dlna leach and Nassau Counly for
Ju Select House Commute aa pros.enily NI..I C. W. (Cliff) BRANDIESFOR I Cook ot I ernandlna He.ich.
primary 5tli
at the Callahan School on May .
serving (halrman of the I 11
aa Your vote und active will he
0 .Water Reauurcea and am serving on Mv interest In the schools of Nassau Nassau County Chapter fur Project eclated .upllrl I am a native of tne county II Naa. If elected your onstable. I pro I "Y'enlWerf; U S. Army In 1-W8

S on Interim Committee of the Leglsla Couro' has been demonstrated by Hope appi Thank slmaanr!I .r'IH schcxllng I at I mlse faithful fulfillment of the duties and served Ire two.and'one.half years

,.Uu* Council on Flaherlei and Natural m vsrtiveeffur is t secure better. educatlnnj.1 1 pledge. tn conduct the affair R. H. (Bob) CARTER you Kings 111.rc and finished In HOSPITAL TRUSTEEI of this or'em.umdaosacevno honest. thepeople overseas. In nf 19 5 9 I was honorably .
Risourcel 1 for the education I the U S. Navy of County .
5 opportunities of this office actively economlcally wish to to the voters of I discharged from active dulv
0 ,.' I.have olin dedicated to the causof '1 uf our youth and with the I am, married hav'* four boys. .nnounr. partial, and rmturteousnrrviceGLENN In'l I with Ravonler Incorporated -
deservingof .
dignity' Nassau Ciunlv I am' a cindld ile am employed
good government for you, the fine If elected l I will work hard tn keep every public office FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER If elected. I pled. gentyeftnrti to for member nf the Hoard of Tru It li wltlt
of Nassau County all of the schools in Nassau County .
people" the public Informed and to dischargethe If you feel that I "possess the quut of Humphrey Memorial DIB >
much humility that I again sat yourS of offlc Wllh this ...ek.I and will' ewithlheeO tire Hotpllal
5 responsibilities the of ties desirous of those who should .nnoUfem.nt. I am trlct No. SI CONSTABLE I married a property o\n..r.
VotewA. 1*'' 'Intied l lunnnrt Superintendent In the best Interest of erv* In Public Office. Your vote mod InK the ComnI..luler, i I School Board for the betterment nleducation I realize the Importance, of this of and business man eng,iged In T. II.

: CLAUDE E. WINGATE lii cltltena of Nassau County. upport of mv Candidacy will I b.: Otu' hun 1 three or, NIHI.UU : and knowledge or OUR I firs In the operation nf our hospital This statement plel'j I j King Photo Shop. Fern,mdlna Bench
No .rIr ml accredited, will reatlv appreciated I am a native of tlm runty: ha iv', I children. Mv only obligation Is to you. the c-lll- friends, the : I am a member nf the Fernandma
: suffer : ; accreditationYour I DON "BEANO" ROBERTSFor log lived mv entile lute In'ule.., I Your vote and support I I. coveted revs. of Nassau County. to pcrfirm my and 3, of my candldicv for the office Beach Chamber sit Commerce. member
FOR SHERIFF vote and active aupport will b* am a graduate of Yulce 11,1 School I '"CLYDE I dutie In the Interest and welfare of uf Constable I earnestly solicit your of Merchant Aasn former, member -

lit John Cloy! Barrow, do hereby de greatly appreciated I am married to the f,, l.racle: HENRY NI'KSFOR II all the county. vote and support In v k.hatf. of I ernandina Heuch' Javcees. imd
: 1 clnr thyself and mv service to beat DEAN B. BLANKENSHIP Supervisor ol Registration Lewis. and we are the proud parents I I feel thuS my experience In meetIng I feel tint; having served as yourComOed.uhie i associated with the Florida Profession-
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the disposal" of the good Christian I. hereby announce aa a candidate of two children BOARD, OF PUBLIC : and serving the public and mv of f r four years, worked withthe .1 rVo".htr.'ndA".nupport .
I and have been In i will ."
people of Nasaau County' I therefore, for the office of Supervisor nf Regis am engaged I II flee aitj buslnesa experience nullifiesme I Police Department for 14 years You ,
S "'finnotrnce to you that I m a candidate FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF (ration of Nassau County subject to the meat packing, business. kmwn as ISSfRtCTONca | fur this office and mv experience. .. Police Chief of I greatly appr.cla.ed.

In the coming DemocrnMc **'*. PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONJohn \ the May 9th Democratic Primary Nassau River Meat P.cker. for the I served the ceaesu h clerkIn Kern'indina lleach makes me well Th.nk vno
Sheriff of yc'uloine vears. I wish 5 to announce I nm a Post Office four qualified for tire office I seek I have 0 TIIOMXS H. KING
S movy: for the high office ol I was born and reared In Njnsnu I ttht. I the Callahan fir
fur reelection I to office'if
T. Welsner la a candidate to My inclination 5 ueerve you as county extension I In
Florida. my office experience also completed on course
NassM ( ounty, County and am the duugbler of the late years: Include
Hoard of Public Instruction Nassau
succeed himself aa County Superintendent commissioner waR seeded wlllilnme 0 mike" work from the University of
I three ysor.aaeecretaryao
talc A. II lLonlel. I the wit
and able to am "
I I ready willing
am Joe. -un'v. District II to theDemocratic
In subject
of Public Instruction He waislected several years ago mv businessI ,
keeper for the Ju.llc. 01 Peace 0" Florida
I my plane and respond! office In ol Roy L. I"in Sr.t muthrrnftaodciugluiena have traveled, aifl dlscu.Hctl the prlmuryon May t. 1.44. E. ( Jack )
btiittsniA! our nu :Vt.ha':: a burning: to the 11M8 and : ; Past; M,ilrun t nfl I ,. U h.s, been tn lice In Callolhan: my iOu ocosemuyer. I have been a lifelong resident of JOHN
teacher couch and Ih.lt my privilege serve sea
vnnc prolilen I"d people
Sheriff. A former prin.cipat Cullahan Chapter Order of us you I encroor e to oveaca no Ivsuromnce Fermttmr, IIn. Beach, own my own elec
: dc-lr to put dignity Into the In the public cchucls, Weianor tllur, bunlness woman hive euniernlng I. dotun. "f tioe, member ol the Hoard or Public Inmruction \ debit; two tea cc a ln' partnee ennui contracting business here and
a !
i>-frie* has u ed this 'IlCllh.'r.clew': tlve In civic unit church .d.t':1 I Board of Nni 0 Coulty Cumrumiosian. for the past eight veois, I with mv hu.bald Irf our i ats'tirn I will continue tn be available for dulyIn MATTHEWSBest
A true Mierlff' I I. itot I racketeer, a In hi*. Work, not an active member of the alldlmn I.. During thla lime I .have tried to.erruin operation and I .ervl., coo the office of Constable' at all times
I' "'' rrtntr le'ider. I.tllpn: chief A true school officials, from an honest and efficient, manner always .
I but with state Baptist Church. 0 lfcrt. thuS with my bustneoseoper. and operate the tony J Ranch and I am a member of Ame"tc
; sheriff"" I I. like a knight In shining armor I all of whom he has had excellent cooperation I lence I know all of you: the 'oIrl.r. considering 'he high honor and l Poultry Farm I am presently trllirer ... legion Post and a member of time Qualified ) GovernorPaid
If elected I promise to peitirm the the businessman, the hlu.e" .. .ld .rly of this office J I of the Nissau Rebel Slddlc I I Hondi c:4o: Association Pol Adv

It I to that honor, It I I. that dignity Welaner said thai should he he r*. duties, of this office In an efficient, I the representatives (,f the various. industries If reelected to this office, I shall 1 Club : I promise continued h uneoton d Aulhorl/ed by Campaign TreasurerCOMMERCIAL

; that I, John Guy Birrow. am determIned : elected he would continue to exert C nurteousan d ple'.onl mlnnor, I In our communities continue I to serve all lbecmlizcoeof l Save two ynatsatten' t dance .1 efficient' service o the people of DIs
to put Into this high olflr' every effort to give Nusiau hlnOU'r.'} pledge fairness ..I and a deep con I With this\ knowledge, I slmerely and .. .
I humbly solicit your I students putl'c: school cem, for your I"nynlunc.' respec tfullv solicit" your vole' and -- _J- -w--- -

hiTrr rh"y ur help. and with (lcd a duties equal to any In the state, I feel: that my previous experiences: support for countv commissioner, 1 1trlcl DI. I
Kelp I will ierv you well. from both ait Instructive and ph .I. In dealing with public :Interests. In the I three, in the coming Dcivumcnimtic

If you will elect m* to the high' of cal atandpolnt Ice deralan d mule icnsua Irnlr."o. pi,'liniiryIhiink.
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flee of Sheriff, yo uraltron t assured He stated that all the schools of In I lorlda Legislature us vou for giving me this I II
thit there. will b* rights for the mln Nassau County were fully Slate accredited i reader;: and sali-nmunshlp: qu, llt' me I chime Your vot and mine supi>

only, rul. of the majority. court*.v and that the three largest, for el'lclein service In this I will he rtneplvuppreciomted
: to all liberty and Jusllee for all And school In the County were accredited elected I 4. t'. (Johnnie) CL\\TON

economy In government by the Southern Association of Your vote and motive support In my
College* and Secondary Schools, ben"1' ."'" Ii e.o'ere'-. >nnre.'I"iled
I If select m* to b* your Sheriffyou h.1
rest insured that the
can replied Nassau miitv's bo\s un>1
ol Nassau County will go up, pr..lla'i girls ci eeervsao education equ.il to I I wish I to announce' to Ihe voter* of I
up Your aupport Is Invited mat received St yaovnthee student :iNasnu County':: that I am a cundlilitc'lor

ling 'be remembered: Your In Ibis Stile or Nation I am work FOR COUNTY fOMISSIOSEI 'I the office of N..iau Countv Cumimlssloner I
'Wn, and vour questions, and your I If Irj, and will continue to work for I Ulslrlct 3. In tlm
I have qualifier) as a c ,imlld ile fir
will appreciated .
prayers 0cm urn die primaries
Int.r".I" 0

JOHN GUY BARROW j JOHN T. WEI6NFR I:I the office No of 1 t 11 County tic mcattt Situ,Cnmmis8lonerDistrict Beach) M,. i I i''left.I feel bv H that S the McKcndiee vacancy tint will Is cO"II'1

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f the cimlng Denn'rllle pritlup.I to fllr because of hi. qu.illlv I flctnelhumt ,
1 For Supervisor ol Rejliitrallon i 1 hove r"16r I of Nassau the voters of Nissan County '
.... FOR SHERIFF County for years. I am a sue the quillty In me as thcv hive

I. hereby. nnnnunce l candidate To th cltliens of Nassau C-unty! ce.lul bu.ln..ndn In I'ernomllnl him I will' try to follow, the .. 11'11'Iind
," fur the offlc ot Sheriff nf Nassau I have qualified fur the office nf lleach. at soaoemo !lyee of R.lyonierI 0 men that have gme b""r, meI

County In th* coming Democratic prl'I'll Supervisor of Registration subject to I I 1 Incorporated I I I believe in wirkmg tn obt 'iln'a
r '
the Democratic primary In May I am interested In the good udiilniHlrillon goal and :if elected t : 1 will work hard;

offering' myself ai a candldnl I earnestly solicit your vote and of County, 5m ivernmenl tor all | for the leltentienl of the County I
Ihe with lo hide and
for this Important office I do so with support In the forthcoming primary people nothing Ylur vi,butt ci support III bv appro PRINTING
hide nothing from the people I
? time full understanding that the IIh.r.I and If elected to this Imp' 'rtnnt office wi I I
i and will work with cither Cimmls
I Ills .w'iitretiocre mv I-nil.TimsSiOTd 1 promise to serve you th ecifinenco f I .I'n..r. to refticicotcuu caled1.II.D E. FREIEISICKFOItt'Ol'NTY
I If elected a. your Sheriff I pledge Nassau Cnuty wlh honor, efficiencyand itty governient

thit I will give mv services I fultlinma according to the laws pertaining c Your vote unj active In I
To enforce th laws but be fair and COMMISSIONFR
,,.. : to thla offlc behalf h. 010141vuttneci.mtcd.,
Impartial I wllh even no.05 muttersc I will I keep regular office hours five WIl ODtLL flEES I. James, T N.ills, hive nullified
of the Sheriffs I I
mimeto the ultention d'' y.awec to. which ulll enable thinehaving for the c.lflee or ounty Commissioner 0
offlc" *. I business with thin office tn. attend from DlBlrlit, : 3I : I (
To always keep In mind that 1 am ti stme In a convenient and FOR lOtNTY COMMISSIONERI I laIn IH euro of a resident of i /" '
and uch 01.
atiervanto f the people ai
will conduct the offtceononeniwr. courteous manner. I I wlkh lo 1llnUI"e,, la the voten ufNassau N.I..III (ountv fir, .lr. I hive '
ROY L. ARFLIN by Conl ilncr Cnpora
'bored business m.n' basli Saving I I j v olh'U I am' a candidatefir : linn n cf I iVinindliu: Beach: fir the pint i
tan paver. thousands of dollars a year > Sue office i'I ommlssl, ,nior
I will cooperate fully with the other I for District I, subject to the Miy 6prlm.ry. 21 .years und a home owner and tax Is A Specialty With Us
law enforcement svencies: federil For Supervisor ol Registration I ; paver 1 for the I\O\ I IS vears I
the firmer
state and municipalities. I will not I. Dorothy Jeffreys 1Illo.h. wish to Having one held an elective office am I bll'i
operate speed traps In this county announce my candidacy for the office I I Iin District I In Naas,m Counlv lor, IIveurs the Lee diuKhter IliBDinbotlinm: ; of Andrew of la' Itlgutin'boihom : ;:: I
nor allow any to cipernle under. mylurtndicttnn. I of Supervisor of Registration. sub during which time I wns Ito
form ersicrr '
u Nisnau
cloie contact with the Hoard nf Coun.Comn'I..lnn. ,
Democratic Primaries
'lect to the ui
We have 3 luxlitcrs which :
A ernoec C filmed In netting with May tv .... I feel that I am County
tourists and beach visitors If qualified to hold this very Import,ml hlv. and are attending tl. public
.our w*
I was horn and rearer) In reman schools of Nissnu CoulvI I
are to continue receiving our fair Reach, the daughter of the Iota position I member of the Hodges .
shire of this IrirteHowever I dim I .. If elected lo this office. am an nc live
I reside at 20 10"1.
nil 1 want truffle low Mrs lucIte Jeffreys that give lunie my undivided Dipilst Church old ol the VoIce
.. I South 6th Street with my huHbunri attention and will at nil times conduct I PTA of Letterheads Business
: "vlilutors hush nut it stale and locnl, Chech supply Envelopes
John B ilogh who la emploved with of Mv Interest In I w elt.mre and the : your ,
Sillime apprehended unit bnughl tn the this In n progresner' I : \ :
I the Cit yofl'eroO 1 dinc:i lieich as 1)1 sine aI.' "oulc.ml, ,1 cqu'l"hlo' pro Crete 'in of .lhO.,, with, the
Ju"'e.I of Vehicle Milnlename. IHln.I desire 11 ..., mv I.I Is
._- Alt pe: 1no I y ll ill r.lOt'IOI I rector member of St. Peter. giving, Ihe bout 10..111. service I mv ,pledge 'li,ymca .I'lin", I.tl/cno.", for,
I a if tola
httftmnt7 Ir. law am I lo the people cOlllly .. Cards Office Forms or other kind of printing
I any you
.nnrc.ment, Episcopal, Church I am a n.,ilive / of N,issnuCounlv IIrl. ,
: Your vote and attire support will I reel thai mv past 9 yearn nf experlenc und hive Inert In this urea altlife. I I pr"mine. If elei tod to I" office

be cinrereIvaplirec'iiitcd.' a* Deputy to Mrs Marl BStruss : my I hI'. ulwujs been a Uuinocnt that I till be homr.t .1".. IlId"IH'pcr"t"

a: _. II. S. (Herb) MtKENPRFE I; qualifies Supervisor m* uf to hold ReHistralionamply thla of. I I married the father if three of Ii iou'ut. :I"p"tolli inn ulll fulfill offlic,mv In, j duties pro may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call

flee "h\ld\ a h turn mat cc'rett, d a tuxpuverI Kre..I\ but rm'im dittO lcd il 'm.,nncr,

: If elected I will endeavor. tn maintain I ,"111 vour vote and summit. In I c-irnexllv' .11..1t vour vole andsuppirl

FOR SHERIFF 'I the office at the high level on ''mv. beh.1 fir this .rfu'eC. t .is .i 1'lnllldllu for, the office
ot Cum trim District
: This Is l announce,e mv canHidjcvtn which 1I.la now run' (Rudy) RITIMIUSIK J, COIII' acimlmtc'r
Vmir vote will' .h. rmnrecl.toted I II

.. Democratic succeed. subject mvielf to assher rule tiC of of the Nj May auCountv I DOROTHY JErrREYI RAUM.H FOR I J.mu..SKK __ I II it we have printed for you before, a phone call will start

f. primary I COlT fOIISSIO'EIN
I believe thit toenty.fnur years ol I (
my Fee Supervisor Registration ,
Pmle, nf the
C I Hirry rhalrm 'OlTCOII'SIS
enpenenc In this office qu.ilifletHie mea I. Leroy Berrle. a native sort nf .is.au Counly; Commlislon\ ;: wlxh to I I ouch of
oserce you In .. of law Co.a 10 .nnu"e II our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our
Bench wish, Na I
IlIrc.n.nl and record Fernunrilna to announce announce e mv candid uy for re elec I IU Countv it am mc'irlnle
i C sheriff fur the on pint nlV six terms.a*I your respectfully my candidacy far the office.UD' Supervisor hun .. Cnu"lv, Cimmlssloner, I from 0 for I lender, of N,iss.m C Mini 0 ty Com I I
I of: Registration, N County: DI.lrlcl I I Fern.mttcticta 111.'h''I.I I. ml'ol.' Dutrtct J. In Ihe coming
: :::: : request your' vote and support In the coming Democratic. Primary of I mutt y first, term In e, I have I rnmmu'r :duO primaries" : fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.
filmy I. given' 3'a v* irs or greuteffmtr 5 to pot If elected; I pleiliie that I will con
I : A. |In the past I shall try to carryon I was born In Kruniwlck, Ca, In Into our locil givernment, the kind tlnue ti put firm, m> everv. ellort ti,
C the duties of this office In a dignl' tuft My parents moved to remandina of honorable service which Is so desired the hut tnt erecutoftmuro'tu, 'nv a* a
C fled efficient! and competent manner when I was only five months Commissioner, us I have dl"\ done'
C with tam mess to all and special favor I old In 1!"08 an epidemic of polio Lust Man I receiver. ) the Jijceolioc.d as 'i pnv'He elti/en or elec .
to none I shall endeavor at all times broke out here In F croon dine. Of the itovernment Atnrd I w.i .111 I fi"'el I kn,>w the needs :;ie our conn: 1

C tn employ th* most competent depu fift eenrhildren.tr imhrtl with this elected bv mv fellow Cnmtv commlssinners tv thnunh a.'ltoeaso" did,n wllh Uniinhlvins Our take pride in their work and assuredof
: 'fie*' It la possible to securt much dreaded dl.*..* only myself and to the office of Chairman of hiving been < itaoi .... alYulec printers you are

: .nld am mv own oumpiiuit' treasurer I one other survived the CommissionI since the infO of I U I iwith my
t the Florida Njtional Hank Is mv I attended SI Joseph's, Academy and I am a college graduate. working 1.lth.r. and .1 s.rnernitt. ut on our 1'

S. : depository in compliance with Florida p.ero'jn dma High School I furthered my way Ihruuh' fither or a I.inulof .\ ,, .. board Irom I hm06! nl Jimiarv' clean and accurate job.
Election Laws' mv education In Dayuma Heith I I six past president. nf the e'h.mli I 1">53 .' now serving aa member olNas. a neat,
: II. J. tOt\GBLOOD: aaslated mv filher In the Insuranc i her of tummtrce, President 01 the ..,u Ccninlv lUcreitinn

1 I ta uumoe.sOO' Ill his rleulh In 1IU4: thenaaiisted r.rn.ndlna n.u'h 1.lnn. limit,, Pr.II'I' e mm". ..nleM.. clm"I.1

., lilY brolh.r In the clolhhlll dent ul the Mm'rchaot. Aaoltt'iumtmmmo The 1'lunt) i. 'urge .nd the
I f : business. I' and active In .11 ciVic 111... I h.". shirt but I will trlo ace all
It's Time To Think of I r and resideat I,eenareo iuteot .f N....u County :, \ mr vote und support vtill he upVMM I
: Storing Winter Garment! trns.-"tcroftrl:1, : : married and I for the pant U veils prm'c'tr, I PHONE

I I h av.ason, David !'. years old I I 1.01 available, at all times ut J : S. (Jimmy) STEVENS

1 : CLEANING feel that I am well qualified to serve Hardee Onto Com pay a hirdwure I
the people of N.....u ounty courteously store In 5"croon clinic Beach which I Imanage 261-3686
and efficiently and I will be readily, available FOR ('Ol'T' COMMISSION

I : SPECIAL II elected your Supervisor of RegIstrutlon to anyone "ho wlshea to talk tome 0 I I ish Innounl'e to the votera of

I will devote my full tune' about l ciumy. business N "",.,u County hut I am seeking. the I or
E $1 For 8 Ibs.MoMth 110 t this Job With. these qualifications. 1 I I. mv oil ce ,of rouotv Commissioner from
I earnestly and sincerely. solicit desire to serv. you al,. and I the null i MID diilrut 261.3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERFOR
I of April Only I your support In the coming Democratic humbly ask fir, lou to vole lor Harry I I I d.orn unt reired. In Naxsou I
I election. Pool on Miv A fir Counlv Commlssic Count i and I hive tier engaged ml In
I : ASKINS i I Thanking' you In advance for your ,ner. District, 1 t. Fornindlna leach' the :timber nutiness IOomirrt'uOty: I

I vote and aupport I Thank you. since'rmmi graduitmn trim I'allihan

: .LAUNDROMATSouth LEROY BERRIE HARRY POOLE ,I High Sihool ihirtv'.f,mr .terre ago
r- .... 1 I feel that I am qualified, to know

8th Street II ani* indie the prob.ems ,if our conntv .I
I For Supervisor ol RegIstratIon FOR fOlT' COMMISSION: ''I lilt .1 'p".lt. our vole, and

:.-:. .opEN 24 HOURS A DAY I I, Kathryn 4 SleeveS. ) II.iddock. annouoi I i i Armstrong of IUI 'rl
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my candidacy fur tIme ouUt ol C1ib did quality on March I D. I'. ADDUCE


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1963 COMET Just take up pay Inn In do with so-called pollution I II

WANT AD RATESM menu. Call 261.3012 after 6pm WANTED( I nf air bv radlo-nelMtv! The radiaI Bryant Academy I rou PUOTICT wnounWINTIR

per word .75 minimum or weekends. At lion proreHihin'; of food bv rays or P-TA Sets Annual FOOD SUPPLY

Cut of Think. Resolution --- WANTED TO FIND.. owner nl I electrons ulms to kill insect tile WHEN VOU HOP
NICE. LARGE LOTS for > Banquet April 13
MCood mvutTKxmstriKUStation
and Similar Notices turns. Dna quarter milt quart jar of uncut opal. ConineBrcmcr In wheat, [for Inhlanre approved by

tJ per word $1.00 mlnlmon South of Fbi Points on Amelli at Jacksonville, 335-5Til I FDA>: to kl'l bacteria' ; to preserve TIle nr>'nnt Academy P.T,A. ,' 'I;

Cal 261-3686 or 2$1.3fiS7: Rd. Call 261.5421 tf A9p food better Ridlnllnn means send. will hold Its annual banquet on
-- --- Inn energy from a source to an
or place ad at office April' 13. at 7:30: pm, In (lie sihnolcaletorltim.
IIb nrbl'r. In fait ordinary conking
STEREO with hrgrselectlca ,
---I of records and albums, 41I09I50 C b a form of radiation processing! The theme of the occasion Is, '

$75. Phone 2615721. AS NEED hELP: ON A PROBLEM "Hrldulng: the Rap between the
FOR SALE --- -- Write to Melon. Alnerl, National Sthoot' and! the Community.: Par.
'59 FORD. V.8 R It II, A.T., pick up a few vote ? Come to the IPC A I
I liilpnnts are to be: welcome ad.
WSW. Phone 2fll-4 r:>3. Alf Spring Time Follies I D.inie: a' Senior Ccnler. Ix-hlKh) / Acrrs I'M: ,
I diens Mrs AniuMte Brlduei;
FOUR BEDROOM home on eor. -- -- --- Tcnaires April II 9.30 'til n. n__..--- -.-. .. :t:1U36.:)!> Ask for the lice, list of (toot soloiHls Mrs., Willie Srifcions -

ner lot near school 1', baths HORSE It SADDLE only $200 130.: A9c YOUR liEU TII DIARY here would I find out nbnul Ri'l- butiklets al'l1lI Itll) the ronipllmenls "' !Mrs Kiln: Mote and Mrs
Florida Phone 261.4702 2fil-3T: At --
room separate dining _. or FOUND APPROXIMATELY 12 Dear Helen: Thanks: for the free( tluK phyairlan's liolp thrnuKh the I of this1)1111)111.. Or write lo this Mildied!: C'hatman; spriker; Mrs I
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room, living rm with fireplace 12 FT. BOAT AND/ TRAILER.lltb I ft. plywood fishing! bunt. OwnerIdentify. "Health lJinry" I like it. lit very merle'in' Midicul Aisoclulitm ? I newspaper. Please send a ,st.impul. Menloilu Mnhlev., : iiul rendlnK -.
separate Phone
garage!: 261-3TJ41. new 5 lip Clinton motor. $150. Phone 261.3f1. Alfip useful, simple to umlcrttand:, small do a lilt h' hotispuoik for people'. sell-ndilressed rnvelupe Mrs lIarhlll'a Ilurn'

( tic Phone 261-5878. tic I ; I enough to lit any potket. My doc. but I'm sick now, ---- The !I'eik Iliilll Combo Bund will t

TOMATO PLANTS for sale.! 213 WELL DRILLING and pump work for mplimrnlrd: me yesterday onKetlinit JOSIE. Ll'M IIRtlCllIl lI". l'S present musle 'hoe llu nceaslnn, '
Reasonable rales. Call II. T. Allen II. ('nil I hue another Dear Jnnlci In plain old talk WagonSALE :
North 1311)) Phone 261.3286 ASp April 13.17 The lines HjNNiker will IH MisKdUh .
FOR RENT 261-4245 or 2G1-4.143. A2p Honlth Diniy fur my wife? Also gel Sorlnl Security Information : Ihiirston, Kuld.inre hislruelor .

FOUR ROOM house LET -- other members of my family: ? not from a bnlrh of neighbor, but ?Miinil.iv. : Meal loaf ni.ishcd pn. '
on Rayon Rd. ALCOllpUCS ANONY ul !1'etk HiKh\ SrhiHil. Tho Ken
ROLFE.Dear from the best In Ihp oild:: lnlneH brown fr071'11Rl't'I'n
Large I sourer H gras .
Terms arranged.!: po FURNISHED EFFICIENCY MOUS help with your drink. einl public Is invited In. attend
26U5421. apart. RnUel'ou: bet! I knew the Social Security office In your peas, rolls and butter peu- ,
tic lnt( problem. Writ Box 3.18: this allalr.Mis .
,- mcnt. Utilities furnished. North you'd like It! I have a supply from rllv, ll'n plulnly listed In your' I nut butter isig.l orall I'. ''t pint
City or Phone Jux. El 67700. i II Chairman This Week
Fletcher Phone 2G1-3D.M1. tic I Klhel: MiKlnney:
ANTIQUE: CHINA and glasses. I : -- the AMPulillc: Srr\lce Division. Irlrphnne bunk as Siirhil Si-eiirllJ. milk. I I

1255 S. Fletcher Ave. Phone 2BI- FLOOR SANDING tn;<; refininhIng. All you have to do In ask me and hour phono hook Is your gulili'lMMik Tiienil.iv ('(1111 loin, mirarnnl
OR bedroom furnished
3831. tic Floor tile. Paul E. Hanson send lOt In ntamp or coin for Io your oilier prun'rins' too! To I snlud w hard boiled runs. relc-iy I Mis Menlorln !Moliley President Here Are Some Good llii tIn

North apartment.3rd. Private entrance 421 tic Phone 2614609. Iff I each artditlminl,, copy you want, lu 1 get mcillciil attention phone the | slicks, hutlerrd splnaih, ehillnlprieh I'i SIr James U. lirynnl Prinelp.i'. Cood.: Used One Own>

NEW 3 BEDROOM house lot 200 cover "potliiKc- and handling. Write hohpllnl, find out their do.to x and i ha1ralNl11: cnnkie, >>
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ft, deep on old Fernandina Rd. FREE CHAMPAGNE to the ownerof me pronto al N.iliimul Senior t't-n. hnurs for free clinics I'hone your pint milk A lender roost sliiinlil never be erVtiKims, Traded

at O'Neil. School bug mall FURNISHED: APARTMENT 14 I the Invliest pair of legs on ter. LrhlKh Acres Klu. 3391(1. County Medical' Society ask whit I eovertd while crnklim. When covered > New "I'ord Reduced j In
South 7th St. Phone 261.46RU.! tic I Wednesday! Clilikcn Telrurzlnl
church. Bank financed. Ph. 261. Amelia Island at I lie Pretty UIIConll'sl" they do to help. In mv p..oll.1. w/ilio beans It bet'omei a pnl-runst. I'rlce For A Special. .Sale.
snap cnrrot', Ilppll'11111
3943 or 2614743. Ire FURNISHED: DOWNSTAIRS April II, Tenacrcs. 9:30: KNOW WHERE TO GO Irllrr Io you. >'nu'rp (cIting the This week.!
apart .
/ ( cnbhaiie salad, rolls and butler
'til 11.30: Spring Time Follies :
Dear HelenA: friend from my name, addrrts of your Mate 11..111111D"pl. I -
ment for rent. 4 rooms with bath pllll'IIj1llh'| | l rake, 'a pint milk.
FOR SALE two tone 1156 FQrd.po'cr Plenty hot water. 110 South 6th -Dance Me IIOntl'tllllnlllI're I lived IB years Write them! I JOHN E. ( Jack ) 1963 Rambler
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I Thurixliiy: ll.inihiiruer / bulls I
steering automatic trans St. Apply upstairs 112 S. 6th. tfc CUTTING A\D.. TURNING: soil sends me your column every week '
mission radio and heater seatbelts - Anything from lawns to acreage.Phone I have 2 questions please. I'm 54, I FAST PLANS! 1 letluee and tumalo, snlnd, dry i t doo6 cylinder. fnttio%

and new tires. Priced to NICE CLEAN APARTMENT 261-3258: or Sl'al hut S. I widowed live with my son, my Friend Helen: My wife ond, I blatkryrd peas prmh cobbler 'i MATTHEWS healer, vtsw tires '"'to.

Sell! Owner needs money for col- Adults only. 1306 Atlantic Ave. 7th. Alp husbnnd worked on a farm had will have nbnut $17 n month In I pint milkKridiv I Kent For Governor 1 trim perfect condition,
loge Phone 21-3W6! ticONE Soiliil Would Iclll I Ci,'Illcd cheese snnduiih Qualified} 15.1)00: () ) mile
expenses ( or Phone 261.4835. no Security you nllre on If we both work !part- : only I one, \\I\ 'I"'

2613282. WASHINC! MACHINE: REPAIRS 1 I me :In plain: old I 1i gores: how much; i iI time up to $1,200 rath \\ hii'll Social I sticdilaHh, I pnlntn rliiix| frrsli Irnil I Aulhorl/cil I hy Camp-Hun. Traiimirtr I (,I'. Wa'l $21E.NOW :>>. ..,
; Paid I Pnl Adv.
: UNFURNISHED: 2 bedroom any make. Stoves cleaned! Itt have In earn In draw Social' I Spcuilly allows. Wo plnn to salad rornnul cookie, 'i pint milk. I '"
FIVE BEDROOM HOME near high duplex apt. Back of Counon'lStore. Buy, sell\ repair asciI f'ltmture., I Security Kveiyhody; lives differ retire In a year or so). We want

school. n,000 with $173 down $60 5 Points. Gas heat Contact Ph. Hester's. Yulee I 5-52)4.; ) tfc I cit answers. Second) question: Id make good plans now 1 Do }ou
month. Gene McCall or phone 261.5649 I : 1962 Ford
have a bmiklot on 11I'1Ift| for plint-

A9pUNFURNISHElTAPARTMF.NT- PUBLIC NOTICE I PUBLIC NOTICE I II nlngt Whnt about Hint 4-paxc 9 passenger,, country sedan:

THREE BEDROOM home near I. NOTlrn TO CRFDITOHR voIle oi' niANur OF POIIINII'PLAIR leallft >on once mentioned ? LOW LOW PRICE for VK radio healer! autn.
rI.ORll A STATs lbs I
Ulackrock, on one acre $8300:; 3 rooms and private bath. 309 IN TUB: SOLO OF THF: OI'VMT 105 PWFflNIT Nl'MHFREU MILTON. trims liiirimse rack ,one

$450 down to veteran. South 6th St. tic JLUI.E, NASSAU COINTV FLORI1IA. I I 1 I IN NASSAU TIIF.: VHIAf"COUNTY!:, OF FI.OHIDV M I.FK: I Dear Milton: Gosh had I known owner \\'\\* $1303.

.... .... .... I I ,. Eltale It' PHOUATE.In nf I I Nutlre U heruhv liven that the what a flood of requests I'd gel II ?
K K 1>4" unfurnished house. ceo 1 ttnnrd nf County (rimmlmlnmri: NOW $189? r;
TWO ROOM JOHN L. HATTISE.' Dtrf.lfll. fur thin I'd have stocked up! HIGH-POWER COOLING ;
17.350 BUYS 3 bedroom home out. Nassau Counlv I l'lorida. hn. rhanned
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T* All ( arts S P retool llavlni Numbered Please write to Inntllute of life
\ the 'oIling place for Precinct '
side city limits. Chain-link fence. Claims or Unnandi Aiauial SaM Ef Falcpii'I
3 ROOM FURNISHED garage tan, T located In the Vlllnie of Imurance, 4H8 MadIson Ave., Nri 1962 :

Nothing down to veteran. apartment. You and sarIs nf you.irs hereby r*. .I ?;......re.nl Naninu nulling fnuntyy plnie 'h.I/I ;. brer and York N. V. and auk for thel I door, 4 ft ryl. standard:

it d :quired to which pr Mrnt ,any or \\'v::'va01d ynu damandi : designated and eMiihllfhed .to be al Inter Insue of Senior Sccurlt, ) I trans healer extra 'clean,

ONLY: $250 J10\\'l'i'no closing costs SMALL ONE bedroom unfurnished may hays ...fn.1 tha palate of John I, the new County Building .located nr. Feature !Service, on "Inslunt Ititlrrmenl. '
the Southerly tide of Suite Hoad :551.A Was SM 1 .
L. one! owner -
Outline denarad. lull of laid Coununty i ..
newly redecorated two bcdroum. house. helurin Stale Hood, S I lU ." This Is the 4.pagf. lest
IY In th I Jwi gecfN.ssa aCoanOy .I'lnll'r
home near Ills'' school. $7,750 .Florida at Mi office H Ilie I wav, I7i and tile Hood Njfiiu 2i.) CountFlnrlilii hiVillime '. .let. MlRhly xood! Other lIond hook NOW $1395
TWO R70M furnished apartment ,'-artrosns of laid County at Fern.m" of Yulee. > went out I I..
$:>3 month. dint Beach Horlclj. 00,10,1nuisc.a.ol, and Shot. all elr-itlnni. peFlHl. lets from my office I

ft .,, Oar moflthi from thi time of the font< primary and arenrrul I, herenllei, you today! I II 1960 ChevroletI
held In N IHIIIU < ounlv In l ild I're
216 NORTH 19th ST. 3 bedroom H. F. SA3LMAW I ,publication,r each claim of' this or demand notice Two thou colic be' In elIteS Nuirbeml. T, nh,ill l". held Hiaalil I dciiir, (Ii i pal: PHONE Z61-322I ,. polling" pl.ice Mr mid Count) ThEY ('OSTTIO 311(11! ,
full tile bath. $$200 down rllinx und ihall it.ita 5ksni.ocenl ; I auto trims.: radio, heater
building I
I residence' and pout oUt csstotnes "I' bear Helm : Why do nurnliiiImmes _
$63 month. the claimant, and shill I he It I OAPD OF cOUNTY CoM \\iis ft 1 295!,;
aviorn -
MKSIONEHt nr NASSAU! suih, II fortune :!
I 1 (hnrfio!:
: bv the claimant I I hu nKPnt. or nttor
John T. Ferreira \ Son unfurnished. $35 month. Completely I I Ivy and accoinpmird by a filmn, loiHael I COUNTY FIOItlUA Invalid, rnollirr-ln-lnw nuulil to li NOW$1195

Silo Atlin'ir AT*. Phone 2B1-M7I : renovated; Phone 2M- I of one 01 dullur,.0 filed und hail'UI'h b.chhn vlld.I or itotnand I 1 By: a harry tin Ch"lr"'on PillAn In a homo. but wlm cnn nlford It'1 1I II

- 4109 or 2614412. tic i' "0,11kw ATI'FSTDO. I ntiliro you arc slronu 'to put I tIP 1956 Ford
':56; OLDS. HARDTOP power I! A. admlnlmratrU' of the EitCe, nl I O.ley and III fitted In nurslm
ONE FURNISHED one unfurmshed John' L. BattlM. deieaudJ F Ofliclo Clerk I I diiiir, 6 |Itlislienger, 6 cyl.
steering and brakes automatic I Thoa. Jr 41 49, 16. S3. 30 homes You nay thill' where Iltl'3b'toog
transmission r h. 495. Contact apartment, oceansid: I AOtor ny Sltave.For Administratrix;; I -- -- 'to net the Rood i rare thfli Autitrans.I l. Good: I transportation .

Humply Dumpty Ranch Yulee] Year round.2613138.120 S. Fletcher.:Uc 4t I l'lul publication MareS 3.in III., I 26."64 4 I. 9I I PUBLIC NOTICE I I children" can't give, We love nor, Was! $29.i.:'

Fhon. _
A9p I IV TIIF. I'UK'I'IT IIIIHT IN ANIIKill I \'o wouldn't fed the Irnxt bit! will NOW $195

PUBLIC j NWMI'' tOINrV, HOIIIUA her: In a home,
annul puttlnu
FURNISHED efficiency apartment I NOTTICEAw I IN ( IH\fHH. (ANK. NOMM, IV
Fl EXALUM CUSTOM MADE on beach. Phone :201-4941! I IR. 15558 ( bsrt'IT I 1101,11: ... hili:,\I.',\ 1 Rut, who's gill .thnl kind of dniiUll'I Sec Us This We k.
1 1aftl'r T. 1
Venetian blinds measured and tfc | .I-OH ,NAtlMI tot Ml b.IlIIllat.IN IMalnlllf,. HKU.A
5. 1 11 : 1 ( insdt.ltV "VI). lIst I ....
Installed. Wlilo range of colors. .---1 1 MONKOfc. v.. NAKKIH III.5'I(1i4 K. "hllPAIFY I Dear Hella: You're shmduU'l: end and Take: A

PORTER A: LOVEQUIST Color I VACATION APT!! HO'flll OF nu: I| liefendanl rlKhl. ThiN Is lod.iv'ii bluncst/ / rhul
Center. Phone 261-30fi8. tr> OCEANFRONT: APTS. completely I Notice In hereby riven. lh.it' pursuant I "'OTI( F. OK" KIT nurHlnK hnmrs. an Test Drive In One of
In, the Fin.il. D.,,... of Fn."uo I I STATT OK, Fl.OHIUATO tinge/ Many
- -- --I I furnished Day. week, or month. and 8ale! entered In lb eros'.. pend in.ANC.FS' K hHFAI.FYI I Oils as a private bunlnenH, like assbssineoo ] ROOM AIRCONDITIONER These. We Also

'57 CIinVKOLET 2 door hardtop 584 S Fletcher Ave. 261-5878 1 tic elf In the Circuit Court In anil lor I Hi'dwoiKl llmhuiiy; North: If they don't mitke I I I
1 1 :. :N' .am.oa Crainty t Inrlilu cane docket I'elulilinu. CullloinlnYou II Have Several Good
skirls good
62 Pontiac engine, ::..number, J7l.., the uirtlernlxned, Cleik t are hereby notified thnt, I lull profit, they fold up. Other nur lni I
tires stimlnrd shift clean 54' BEAC1I APARTMENTS year I Kill nell lbs propcrt). ultu.ila I In said' I hsto'ealilcot. att.aioltooointleiilse In the nnn-pri.llt rule
homes are and 4-Door Sedans
ifrllli. $71500! Contact round. $15-565: month, furnlnh- coun ly deontioi i entitled mure: unit that you are here 2
Chevy I 1
< I'd. electricity Included. Ph. I lot lour 141, nlt(One I III' AZALF.A bv required. I" lile, your "n>*er *nhI gory. They're suppnrted by volunnry Alt quietly ifyttt want to tnkv advantage of one of theiMlln'
Wilton Anderson Amelia Rd. AYulee IF.rtHACF, nr.r'ttng' to ,,1,1 re. I the C crk nf Ihla Court an I In nerve a ( and. I'nlted Funil Neil seek I | .
.- -- ---- 2G1.544d. tfc corded In Plat HOOK .1. pate 6.1. c-oov thereof upon lue riuinliff orullornev. ",'/ ItiggcHt nir rmuliliiming buy You get( highlowered
I I I of the (iirrent pubile, recoriM ufNaiuiu f'l", ioolotr. Vohn.e mime und I'm iittrnding a major low ..kl !
Yulee DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT County, Ftriiia.Togelbo ,attotresi i. nun-profII hnmes and I'll write' ( iimling nt n refrmtliingly/ !pi Lasserre Motor
Two largo adjoining I
4th and ersitlati.tras'tUnes andlinpnnemunla Mercury N ivnuklli delill. Meanwhile, ask fin, Vrntll.lton II Poiillon TltirmoiUI Dthgmldifn
unfurnished. Corner In Frllh Air
Heights. $1500. Can be financed. I n' \' and hvrealtt-r Attorney! nt Law
Calhoun, across street from on laid land, njii, fistareloatt.aoh' P O lbS 4K2 "Tip .nd I'olntern" on Bumlmhomes WMhahlt AIr tiller 5 Portion rtrlermimt, ItltcUr
Forest Hills School St. Joseph's Academy. ed theretu, ( "f' /all flat ateam, Fcrn.mrllni Bench, Florida, not later I l 10lued by Krntuclv Slate CompanyYour
17 lots.\ Prices start $2150:; and up. electric, waler. 'and other heating ln..n May II: 1'HH I
Phone 281-4200 or 2613800. tfcMcCRANIE okmg. rely'nor..", ", lishtinif, If you fail In do io, Orree t'ra Iep4. of .Health. 27J F.. Mate SI..
Acreage pJum".... oeniitatioil Irr".tlllll" Cot.n.. ..'ill l be ntered ,agihlht, >IIU I Frankfurt Ky. It'll help' you unoVrsland Ford Dealer) Since

13 Acres on Chester Road. $3,500 APTS. and poo.rlyttenos, mll'hnea., all'. f'r tho relief' demanded iso the Coon' I and be more tolerant 01 Five Points HardwareFive
plo.mod., future. and al,00urlrt.a.v'es. 1>i.ilnl Grocery & J J910Classifieds!
Five Points ONE THREE ROOM: furnishedapt. shic honOur. 0' m.iv The nature nf said lull SirIng dl (he whole problem anyway!
Newly decorated. Private hereafter, pertain to or h. used \/lroe
Three bedroom & den home corner I with ,n, OY'"n .ild peeminmi.ro Wlln... mv hind and the soil nl'
lot. $i50 down $">7 month Includes bath. Utilities hot water washIng I ,',i tll'IIINn Ihcj he (let.,,'hell or I oaod ('lIurt "I l-.nonl..o, flee h, Non'0iOl RADIATION AND FOOD ,
and taxes. machine furnished $10 week del,n.h"ihlent C"unl'rd.\ ., thIs Tth ot.oa, IIII Points I'hnne 2it-520r(; Off
Insurance I Ot'arlI'h'n/ : You seem In hit! It I Pay
month. Also beach winter public late, to the blithe and I April" A. I II. I'M,
$J5 biht t iiO.lee for .1Ih I".en lhr 1) 0 foley the Kedirnl Koiu
Homes S dOMe toudi with
I ._ .
rentals. For Information call W, I hours of eleven uclock' In the forenoon (.t.F.IIK Ol' I IIICUIT ('(lUST -:.__ -
FROM $3.?00 to $15000 In town 1. McCranle, 261-4642. If no an. ,. ant 100 ,,,'1'..k In I the aftbrrnnn 41 4 9. 16 it:, Ill and Drug Administration, no I lie1
and on the beach. on the 17th dll) of April I'JW.! at Ihi you have the answer to this qurs
swcr call 2619035. tfc ,,,,nt d.'r of thiin N.ou. 'nunl\, l h
being polwineil >
CONTACT PETE INGRAM: 'ourlhouh' h.nIIIdn", Heaih PUBLIC NOTICE lion Are we / )

SalesmanL. FOCi ROOM unfurnished 2 car I Florida I NOTK F.: rOK ItlllS rudi.ition" In fmid ? What's tin

I.. Bohannon Agency garage apartment at bench. $53 DONE. AND I 1""rldl.DATFO this nl tinS FernamllnnHeath. day olM B, JIl: T I.rOtons hereby,"f itumphr.ys:yen that Me.the truth ? 4-Specials This Week4

13 North 4th Phone 2CI-5269 year round. Call 2614602. Ifc 1 ",inh, Vint mnnal llonpit, will re, ..1bl'I u"Ui SUSPICIOUS!
"We solicit Listings on Homes and I ol'tALo /"' D 0 OXLFYD : ID iw AM. April, III. I'i64': for the fur. Dear Suspicious: F.al heurlyYou're
0 OXLBY. Clerk telling ol DISPENSER I1UIK MIIKto
OCEAN FRONT DUPLEX up. : refcrrlnj In the new "Sr.rsdialed" .
Acreage" 401PUBLIC siiid,,I Inmilutlnn' on a yearly haiiaUftallH : I. Nice three 'licilrnom, two Iwth home with family living
stairs or down, furnished. Fenced --- __ arid eclMratoni| may lie nbtamed > food They have nnth miwxiry room room

REPOSSESSED yard. Call 261-4174 Ifc : NOTICE fr'nn the, nrfii. .e of I he Adinmlatrator flifiinK room, kitthcn carport anil utility l'II"m.lInimum: down I $payment
3COMPLETE All bids must be wuled. clearly
ROOMS! TWO BEDROOM 1 furnished' house.';; NOTICF. TO ('HFIMTOH1tUIHIDA marked. and filed' with, the Admin, I I i PUBLIC NOTICE with rcuMUMJiblo! innnthly payments.: 'ff p neighliorhood. 502() Stanley lrivc.!
STATtTC iMratnr within the time allowed The 1 NOT"'. TO ( HfHITOItxIN :
FVnvnTBE 6 APPLIANCES Call l-4h63.. A9e! IV Tilt: IIIIKT fir" IMF. < III "Tnil. % I Board rp'ervtl the right to reject aooyUO5Th.IJ Tilt: I OINTV *l IM.F'H': IOIRT, Shown} l IIy appointment only.
Take Oxer Piymenls ...:. "NHHU' ('OLST.IIR "11I1 .,11 III IN *001)| fOK "A M"I' I Ill !050'
SAILOR hobO tr.tn.ferre"l out 0' country 111*. IN I'KOfltTf: TillS SIFts DAY or MAne" I-IOKIHA. IN IMIIIIIATK.NO ':,

tiiklna, : rili takeover',''''llv wild Mm waulsfurnTl'ure HELP WANTED In Mary re: t E.l.at.:. .HnK". of n..d.T. l'lIJ-1 for C W Hr.mdlrC SlY:2U'FHTATF 0IN : : Or"I 2. Koal nice ::1 5 bedroom 1 hath, maMlln ry hotii'e wit h lifetime roof and attached

i applHmwi. "VuRNirfHEfor 1 All (', oman d p ersns II.sin. W Osranotle.. Chairman I Oil* 1.110111. drrej.rd I Karate. ""'''U'I'" yard, top nrlKhborhood. Ready finll Ill'Inlt, immediate oc.
toss l of tot* h choir In huh, "rarle llalmi or Hemtilied Against laid ... lOardof'I'roalcesltlactahreys 10: All C rrl il..r 5 and All I'erumillavlni ',
Colon eonvertl In bed. 1 end I ible' SALESMAN IN RETAIL establishment. lair: Memorldl llonpln' riilnn, or llem.iniln A 5.slnsitold 'I ('ctipani( .
hilts mjtchlnn cocktail I lovelvlimpm for advance Y va.ndeac k /I'' ynupp h.rebv 21 420 F recllmrf chair, 10S tq ft. 0'.orpet. Opportunity nod required I In preitnt any -- and each nf you are hereh]
men!. Write Box F, C/O claims: und ilemundi which you. oreither PUBLIC NOTICE notified, and rriuired| to preaent linicitirna '
:3. Three .hwlioom, }house nnir Yulee Kloiidu Large lot Financed with FJIA
21" CONSOLE.. TV Leader. nf you, may h aoesgin.' I the ond demanda whIch you. nt ,
of full sloe drea er.chMt NI'WR. estate of Marv C. Itojeri. defeated, NOTICR OF INTFNTION either nl vnu. may ho,veogoIns I thi loan for $.in) month. Can lie based for transfer cost of onlr"lIhQut"
"liEDRM conilaii bed Bovi' rooin late of' laid, County to the County TO MAkE AFfl K'tTIONlort utate of Lnull Umrie, der.j.ed. l.iti per pun
4. hoolicjM MAKE PARTY PLANS DOW Judge of N asou tounly, Florida athu riNAl. stilt MAKl.K of b'lrl'ta. lbs *
bunk. hen* withinutchmf Noaaau fount to I $. 0. NO) DOWN PAYMKNT.:
Consists of art" maple clmelie, with tend Spring Time Follies .Dunl" : office' in he court koasnfsoidCounty r I,OHIUA UTAIITfXIN Honorable J. .. Weutherfnrd, ('...unt.luII' .
rhe't 7 pc at trnndlna Beach Florida, (01 R r OP TIlE tOlNlY Jl DI.R, tlnrldd. and
iif N County
..lIv stop refrmerator 11 0.30 'til 1
firmici top Tcnacres, April 30Me: woo' ,, .Ix i calendar months from the N"MU' IOINTY, KT,\Tfc <>t file the lame In hi. olfii" '. In the Cnurf. :
Hove also IIIdud.dOIlIG. $1178 Une nf the lint publication of this IIIIKIIM I IV PHOIIATK.In Iv Court lI..uH' In N.inaau Lounlv,, 4. forge biiik hrme in country with 1If'\'f'rlllll'rcc: of land. VA loan available
PKICE notice. To. of earh claim re the Fdale nf ,
copiei or l-loridj within tun calendar month
BAL. DIE $297 MALE &FEMALE To enjoy the demand shall lie In wntinl, and ahall I IMTTIF 14. ANDERSON, DettaH from the dale of the lint public'..lion for. entire alcs ,otit'! e of $12,000. ClosIng' font only a few hundred diillIto.Approximately \ : .
$250 itate the plo P of eetld.nc.sn d pnit la 111 Mhnm II May (an..,.: Ittr.n' ..,'tsctaisior d.m.nd ".5.11 '
WKLY PAVMTS: .. music of Max S.rman's Orchestra office aiWreu' nf the claimant and Notice ,la hereby liven, thnt Amlt be In wrtltng. and .h.1I .1.1. the 1lut. ei/ht miles from town. Call for appointment. :
No moms doss no .paymeit 14 M. April 11, Tcnacres. A9c: hall be iworn Io hy the claimant huaffent Mat Cook filed her final, report *. of .esid ene.nn 4 print office addreunf ow .
A.k for Sear- 5 ""S instacafn at I of attorney and accompanied A X.\TIO ALFlmNITt'RE -' I by a filing fee of one dollar and aui'hrlnlm M Anrirnnn clrea..tI, that ahe 'fllef, hy the claimant hu agent, nr altnrnev .
WAREISOO'OC IFof\ ARE 21 or over, desirous I or demand nut 10 filed, shall I lie aaid, iietitlon for final, iliicharge ocr and ann's.'h claim or demand .
3112:! lbe.teh, hood FL fI..l5i1 learning waitress work, apply void. that he will er'J.l' the H'imirablr' not an filed, ihall he void PAULC.BURNS
Open DAIL V -. 0'1 .... Sun. 120 at Blue Seas. Social /. Versa 101.. Wilkes J F. C-njnly Judge: ol DATFD: this 7th day nf Anril I'KVI
J.\.X. FLA. 1 In person I Versa Ma Wilkes I N a.siau County. Florida, on the :ZHr .' PEARL KTHUMACIIFR LONOFPearl : .
Alte security and health card required. I, Ai F>ecutri" of the Lost Will day nf A "nI. RIbs, for, approval I 'ofsaoOea Bihumacher Ijmde a. Admtn.latratrlx .
AlOe 1 and Teitament ofMurv sal for final 1 diacharie Ad of' the allah of Louis' U.nderieceaaed
colors ; C Rogers, deceased minltrjtrl, of the stat nf Millie, MAmhnnrr. RKfilSTKKKI: : ) RKAL: ESTATE: BROKER :
assorted ----
POSTERBOARD Albln C Thompion. Jr. drieaied, on this 2UU djl > l HKHHr.nT: WM riSIII.FR
carbon paper, scratch pads bond Attorney for Executrix I l,,f March HIM. Herbert Wm. Mlhler
319 South 8th Street Phone 261.36Qd
:HIS Atlantic Avenue a Annie May Costs tin. Allanic Avenue
and mime paper onionskin, forMlc Trade At Home I I amandin bleach. '. I A""' .....'..... .* tO.. eatite 011 I Illattie r.- ..._. ,...... I I .
M :M.WS LEADER. 511 AJl lira, publication March 27th. 1144 M. And cmos. deceiwd Attorney for laid Mate I
St. 41 3-211, 42, *. I 14 4t H' 4 ], 1/ ie 41 49. III. 23, 3IJ



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:-.." Twrlvp Newa-L'ender; Fcrnnndinn P.cnch, Florida -Thurxdny( April !9), 1061
.... !\March dinccd the Mexican Hat LISA STONE: "The Fun Club CARD OF THANKSWe

.... High School Echoes. 1 Give'Dance. and played the game, I really means Fun!" I would like to express! our
Y That's all of the Fun Club news
q BY NED TYSON ," In the last few for this week. appreciation for the food, clothing/ ,

,, minutes we had' Program For Friday, April 10th. 'and furnishings offered! and In
Ifi'lln, --- Talent Time. Jeff I I
Ice Breaker Alphabet Shuffle particular the kindness and con.
The Pirate baseball! team ban and Frank
p d 5th & 6th Grade Lloyd Folk Dance Green Sleeves slderatlon of the people of Fer.nandlna .
been -
g hitting that I 10 Minute Break Yulee High School, and
In matching two more! vlrlorkt. and I tang( lev.
Friday, we de. Fun Club News. !ral songs, also Group Game Tunnel Race friends from Jacksonville duringour
'eulcd Orange T'' "rank and Jeff I Western Square Dance Funda. recent time of trouble.
Park 13.3 behind ,, lave promised to'' menial Ill George and Fannie Thrift
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'4.k .he pitching of irictlce on an.l
Ronniu Sapp and HI! )ther long for,
foe Thrift, and Mr. Sides. was our host again I i.ixi week ana give ui another I
ruesdayweCdgod last week and we had a good time, sample of their talent. I Properly certified by the State Depart
out" Bak.cr About 44 people enjoyed the Some '
gamer people' made commend
} i W' kW'g County 11-0 and dunces. We did the (Grand about the Fun Club and they are 'I ment of Education for the office of Sup

t 4st zee a r 1 with Ronnie Supp ;i below: ,
-- -- -- erintendent and to
f t# going the dint. serve you now retain -
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*' ; JINER.: "It's a blast
ante Convention at Tampa ChumncrhinIlilth I and I really like 111" (Translation: I our schools on the Southern Association's -
School Friday
Need your car washed or wax.) t FUN! FUN! FUND! )
rd ? Well Saturday In really your and Suluidny of last week I CARMEN IIOGAN: "It's loads )I accredited list.
big chance. From 8 A.M. until\ 5 Over eva( officers trom various of fun'!"

P.M. the Key Club will be washIng I high schools attended to discuss I CIMRLOTTE McGUIRT: "It's I Fully Qualified To Sent YOU and YOUR Children
and waxing can at the filling/ the functions of the Student Coun. fun and I like the Mexican Hat

station opposite Kardee Brothers cll.Don't Dance and the, Grind, March. 1 ELECT
forget to attend the Junior .
Hardware Store A wash job will' I
cost $1 and the wax job will be $4 Class Play, "Let 'Em Eat

.,. P fat for compacts and $6 lor regular Steak," Friday night it t the high The UnexpectedIs I Dean B. BlankenshipAS
% # + curs. Coflec and donuts will be school auditorium. Admission will
be 75c for adults and SOc for slu-
'THESE: LITTLE MISSES are learning the "art of bullet" at the Julanne School of provided for those who wall dials The time U 8 p.in. Coming YOURSUPERINTENDENT
Dance recently relocated in her new and spacious\ studio near her home. With the The Lllllo Women are also span- That's all for this week. N

help\) of their teacher, %lrM. Julanne Owens and pianist, Mrs Guy Dudley these girls 82.coring It a will Car be Wash at the Saturday Recreation from FRIDAY, APRIL 17 OF

someday !become prima ballerinas: left to right, front row, Gertrude Douiclitw
may Center and the cost U $t with an I II PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Susan Da\ls, Gladys Douglass; Donna Sims back row, Melinda Meeks, Kim Gregory, extra! :2Sc:; for while walls. Come'' JOHN E. (Jack) MUSTANG i
Peer Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
Robin O'l.eary) and Lucy Wilson.
on out and help auppml' these two
clubs at their car washes. I MATTHEWSBest I Move\ Forward With New

Steve Beckett, Mike Flab, Jean LASSERRE MOTOR LeadershipPaid !

Julanne/ School Of Dance Opens In New Studio- cite Mrs. Cast Edcnfleld, Charles: d"u the, Florida and I Authorized Qualified by Campaign For, Paid Governor Treasure Pol. Adv, l COMPANY Political Adv.

Association of
Student Council
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Ballet (raining CUll play an Imporlant posed by the world's finest mast- children aged 3 years' and up In a
role In the life of any ,era Including Tchlakovsky Chopin :, full range of classes Intituling pre-
child. Such training gives a childwelldisciplined GliiMinov Gunod McncliUiohn, i ballet beginners, Intermediates I- ,,
R, '-''''' 'f'' it ti l' Ka ,. lr.It.;: .UA l' : ,M '')jt'J1: 4Y ':'';:f''.'11. :w.1 \-:.
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a correctlydeveloped and others Is an Important bcnc. | advanced ballet, and toe s.rG1"y.1.zf'I.: .. ; 1 r"&l'" f. -M ; : -}l.' :t'' J,a W d. ,1J ;l .... ;, fJ..1jl Il"1 1 '/1. "" )lt ,, .... .
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body and mind as well as fit of dancing IrR onl. Since mostballet Special ballet exorcise classes I Il'\r. .l: \i.... .:'i't' h@',:.rt.! k> ?:,: at' :-, ., ::: col ,.,. : r" /!.'i .!: :: \1 : ..f.J.; )ta ;' J"J'ti1 : ":
an awareness of the beautiful terminology Is In the French 1 :. .. 1 !:; .. JJ l'fd, '
for adults and a tap and musical ,, 1,"_ JV: ,. 'rr''I.1. & '
world of cultural art. i language, the child also gains a comedy class have also been or.ganiztd : I .'" ..' hi..; I :.. : .. !"i't..l; ; '/: : :,!
The rtwards a child may reap familiarity with that tongue. A .'qo; : .!. ,,, -fif'ni: "''f!'..:
J: For further III formationevntal.t : : .. .: ,. .. .. .. ..._ .""
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from the true "classical ballet" If she studies seriously, when a I Julanno Owens, or phone .' 's'...:..I".. : J < [ 'Ic. "'.' ; ; "" '11.4. r .; (,
are numerous. Llfe-Iung appreciation girl grows( Into her teens she can 261.4287 or 2614180. adv .: P
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of good classical music corn.Cooper's
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I further her studies with the aid of '" ...'1U ... I .\ ,, Ii.. <' '
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|scholarships such as those granted :. i
Camp Chowenwah : a" : :
o i by the Ford Foundation, to study ..,. : :
!' with well-known ballet companies, i Weekend Set By ; I \....-- ::1' : f! ;
Laundry such as the San Francisco Ballet ; ''JylJi1iIJtli)
or the Metropolitan Opera Ballet. Girl Scout TroopsAll : 'I":1"\: I' ( : /(

I It the student does not aspire to tjl: '
Coin-Operated Girl Scout Troops In Fer.
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I a prima ballerina, still the nandlna Beach will participate In tj.l-::'.. _I- .. "I,1tf' It '
Laundry and Dry 1 1be f::; ; <:. : ; .':':J1
artistic training she has gained In a camping trip at Camp Chowen I : : \ : :(: ,\"
Cleaning J the fields of fine dancing, music, web near Green Cove Springs this \ 11 lfil J '
and drama will help make her life weekend. I t1 = ''' \ \I !
Mrs. Doris Howard, I richer and more meaningful. The I Scout troops will leave Friday l :'
Manager |I grace and poise she learns will bean evening and return Sunday morning I it ...1 'I'1: : >> 'V'I1 }
asset always with Brownie troops going for : }' '.: \ ,I:
14th" & Beech Streets I Classes at the Julanne School of | just the day Saturday. II'; ,f.! : I ; II-'V; ''t!
Dance are open year-round for Accompanying the troops will be
I loaders Mrs. Dick Galphln +nd I l .I. I\I\ 1.: /
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\ Mrs. Gene Wcatherfurd with Troop :: t.A' : \1
I 179, Mrs. Bill Leiixclmcr and Mrs : 'ii' .. \ N.I l f '
I Charles Brewer wllh Troop 158 .. :.:
FAMILY 1 \\l to'" : ;, / \
I Mrs. Sam Stewart and Mrs. A. B. 't.. ". .; :
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Cock Jr wllh Troop 251 Mrs. ... ., .11. : : .
Walter Mlrnejewikl and Mrs I \ :;.00 < F. '1'rl'l
\ Carl Quuttlcbaum with Troop 3M:: \j ,\ ''fJi' : 'J: '
WILL LOVE A. Mrs. James Music and Mrs John ; : : : 'U :\
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Reid with Troop 3U4. Mrs Hotly ,,15A"1 7C:J -. .';. /....: 'fIr1
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Wan and Mn. Hurry Carr ol ,,.,;.;....;.. I .. ,,' "
Troop 45, and Mrs Herb Bailey W-., r.If ILI"" <1 :", ,,'I' \t
and hire Ernestine Harvey with JJ 1 J.t. ; i';.M' ': "
I Troop 403.Sales tl! r : : ':., :,. s .aSi 'itJ

Most exciting

, and Use Tax .,
I advance in

Collections Exceed

Water Conditioners!
I !
Revenue EstimateTALLAHASSEE

I Sales and use DON'T SPEND A DIME .l
tax! collections through/ March ,
hive produced slightly more than
*10Ml( ) noo> mere" revenue than estl- 61'
mated for the first 1 nine monthsof JUST SEND OR BRING Itf'
v the current fiscal year, J. Ed
Slratmhn, 1 Director of the Florida
Revenue Commission mid toddY.

I Straight said March! collectli,,
bated on February business to. COUPON BELOWThis
laled $21,114.7111. an Increase of
$4417.111, or 20)41 per cent over
l the same month last t year

It pointed, out that fiscal
offer is made to
year/ collections July throughMarch I money-saving any
total $1i8( ,' i7.fi'm.) ml Increase will listen to an interesting and educational press aSfln of "
FRIGIDAIRE of I.M.WO.SW. or 20,27 percent
QUIET. Quiet.. .quiet! over the comparable periodfor the many benefits of modern water conditioning .; { and

the previous fibial year learn of the many features that place the new LiP Isay
Custom Imperial Dishmobile "We are roughly! $1"(Kin.000 over .. ,
the amount we estlmntl'dIe CROWN PRINCESS years ahead of the industry. e
should have at thin lime to moot
I budget/ requirements" Straughnsaid. Just fill out the coupon below, mail it or bring it in to

I "This Is a cushion which will\ us. We will phone you for a' convenient time when we can
serve lo take care" of ally possible
decline from this source of rev. present our story. ",

enue as well as pimiiule decreases. The new Lindsay CROWN PRINCESS is designed to
from other sources during the re.mnimlcr

Model DW.IMH ." of the! current fiscal give you all the luxuries and benefits of sparkling, iron-free,

, 4 or colon WMU year Sfrnughn, sulcl. March colled inns soft. conditioned water. and at a new low price.

\ reflected the cinllnunlloii. of a You will find this presentation well worthwhile, and you
| streng,( economy In Florida during!
;I recent rnnnlhi, and added there will receive ,,,1000 S & H Green Stamps FREE-just for
me Indications this trend should '_ ,
I continue during Apnl. being a good listener. So send the coupon today-this offer i- 5.5 /

I "April usually Is a good! momli is for a limited time only. ,14Yr""M"N
I: from the standpoint ol collectuns. .
," Strauchn! said "and it will

I 1 IT be the Interesting winter to season determine III continue uh"thI More people BUY Lindsay than any other Water ConditionernL CItoww

through! this month sn us In be a
| anent' revenue pincliaer in May BY LINDSAY
"The! last six! month of the fls
cal year are generally the best
I No noisy "thump" common to many dishwashers. revenue producing/ months, or at LnJdsAV BRING IN OR SEND THIS COUPON TODAY'Yei
bust t that has been true duringthe
Insulation cuts water noise to a whisper! .
lust sen-nil sears While Flor 1 1
S Your dishes come out much cleaner more sanitary ida's tourist business" is now on a
than washing by hand. year round basis there arc some we'd like to hear your Interesting story about the new Crown
Liberal Trade-In weak spots It will be Interesting Pnncew and be glad to accept 1000 Si H GREEN STAMPS 1
a Swirling Water Action FREE!
to see what Impart if anY the 1
scrubs every surface. Allowances transition from winter tn summer' 1 D WB OWN OUR HOMI Q WE NOW RENT WATER 8OFTENEK
: 1
S Big! capacity usually means business will\ make on the state'seconomy Q WK NOW OWN A Q WE l>0 NOT A WATERBOFTtNER
once.a.day dishwashing. ." BOFTKNER 1
easy Strauuhn said the! bee per cent Lindsay Soft Water
a Maple Chopping Block Top wholesale spotting 1 goods! lax col.lections NAME
for Match totaled $75.2U 1 STREET 1
up $11.042. or 17.1'1) per cent met 1 1
FLORIDA PUBLIC February. Fiscal year collectionstotal

Gasoline\ ;tax: collections; '; for: I .- ---- --- -- - --- - -
March I totaled 8I2.MI.BW. down 930 Arlington Road
UTILITIES CO. $87.887 under, February but $1,.
376,81)8) over the same mouth last JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAP
year. ) -

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