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 16, 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: UF00079912:00068
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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In Over Nassau Of A Service Century County ITernanfrnalBeacIt 1 ] I N ews-1 ti en a er Your And For Best Local Advertising Medium News

Slnct IBM Absorbed by PurchiM, Merger or Succession, The Florldi Ntwi, The E..l .'Iorl Fiinumhnj Me\\t.Record, Niuau Coumv Leader. The Outlook, The Horlda. kwmn Nets The I ernimrilno Ne' \\s, The Buccaneer

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Dale Carson To Meeting To Discuss First '64 Political

VtslleamJlin ___ Feasibility of Bridge

Be Guest SpeakerAt Reset For April 28A Rally Saturday

mpl'linlh'r.. of Horlda ta

JC Banquet and Cieiigla; road board rrpre.srntathrs ? Night At Hilliard
to I tdalcd for Thurs

day, April 2.1, has bern rescheduled
Jaycees Annual Civic Awards The font of four political rail Ie.uf .

1 'nd Installation B.nuiicl: | Mill beheld for Tuesday, April the current election campaign, !

Friday May lot at 7'.10 P.M. 28 activity' Is set fur Saturday-night

it the I Elementary School' Caferlum At (he meeting representatives In Milliard
News that a drive Is In the offIng of Wilbur Smith and As.
The iinlhl,
I rally to be held In
by the Ocean Highway Asso.
seriates, will the find. I
Duval County Sheriff Dale Carson present finni( "f I the Masonic
Lodge In that
elation to Improve U, S,, 17 from ,
legs of feuhihllltv study on
will\ be the guest sneaker This a city will begin( !! al 7 :III pm.
Chesapeake Bay to Jacksonville event, sponsored by the Junior the proposed bridge/ from rer.nandln The milks
are slA ell by the!
lenr'.i added emphasis to the need
Chamber of Commerce, 1 Is held !Beach to St. Marv's, DC'nun'rule' Incentive: '
for a bridge connecting Georgiaand I ; :;; ; 11I11 III
to recognize outstanding conlilbullons 1- Georgia of :NasMiu- County and ('hall'III..111
Florida on the Atlantic Coast by inri'viiliiil' cili/e-ns of Interest In the bridge! I It at ,1 1'ile Iimiam .
It Is that this planned ef nays he cxpceN unUNii.illv
hoped the highest peek since the first
the community The Good Gcncrn- IJIIRP' luinoiils fur
I the
fort will have a favorable effecton I I i men) Award Is presented 1 bv the rrneepl of I'Mprejerl' and ('vcnl< since) there /are( so

the feasibility report on the riiwS Jaycees to the publie olfiei.il who, hopes are Huh In this, area candidate, eking toile many

bridge as It Is presented here on in their opinion Ins: contubuled' 1 that the repent t of the consult. ; illh record number/ \ of icglstend plus a.

April 28 to a Joint meeting of Flor the most toward I the betterment I IIII log engineers will be tuvor- .;1t! gl ," tot.I'
ida and Georgia engineers It isao I nh'e.
Fernandlna Boiuh
i hofcd that U. S. 17 as It l I TOP ItHASS of the MinneMila. TVins i is shown at the "I Iniiniii ruts: thai rath enndid.ite
The Distinguished Sciviee AwardIs ------- !! !! I will beillmud' five minutes
f, I -ses through Nassau County, presented to the incllxlcliial anmi.il dinner for hll.t'hlllllIII'l'r'" in spring raining( here. "
/ 'nl his
will be Included In the Improvement I bl'.1 in esc nr her (|iialiflHlionsmid ( )) /(
since It seems that Georgia I tween the ages I.r(. 21 sod 35 \\ Stabbing Charge Left is" Sherry Robertson" farm director, unel right Is" Joell.i.Miex plalloim" !lie mild Hint the

has no Immediate plans on 1 IR 95. for the past year, Inn dislmuuisli. l led tice president. Center is \\ II. Mellon, local turn limit Is necessary at the
Increased tralfic on the Buccaneer 'I himself by outstanding service\ Sends Local YouthTo Postmaster t : and former maser: who wns misler of ceremon't's lime number of c'/undid( < ties will
to his communlly The seleeliem Is l I .
; mike lor
Trail also points up the need for I submitted :' at the dinner which was!! held at the recreation I a leimtliy rally.
made from by
names ,
The H"I'I'nd"
rally will be held In
such a bridgett ""'- various civic organl/atlons! to a I Circuit Court center front III the Hare Poslolficc on

-tr board of Judges! tmnpilsid( of Siiluidav I
It's time again for tho rillles
whereby politicians can make PIERRE AND JEAN LA FITTE;, or two of their !kind, civic\ and'l'Iilous!! !lenders. I Fillouing a healing Monclav Inhis With I TIll! Ililld will be held at( the

)heir pitch to the voters. Don't 1 arc engaged/ in a "tug of war" over a beautiful peitsant (Continued on page six) rhamheis at the Nassau County Jaycees Promoting 19-Safety-4 Cullahan Kali'grounds! on Siilur.ri.iv .

('mill a one and weigh each can. '' maid. Though this is a !scene! from the coming Rom.tnce Couithousc' : :::; Judge:'\ J. K. Gene( :: ) I IW'atl1l'1.rord I May 2. sod the final rally

didate carefully. Just remember, ol Eight Flags! ," to be t sponsored by the Historical! Socle- Tickets AvailableFor committed Leroy KulInrd. : 1 1st Vehicle Safety Check This WeekendThe In will Frruandlna b,' Klagcd, al City Ball Park

if you're too busy to take an Interest ty June 5 and 6, Dr J. H. Hritton, left, Judy Hahn and I'l! le> Circuit Court on a II I 'I election Beach on May 4,

I, in government and your Jay Bartels lend an air of reality to it reminiscent of the Wild Game charge commit of minder nssniill In with the Intent first de.lot I Fernandina( Beach Jaycec year Is ,,1I'"i II..I..d. as ll-Snfelv-4 Kin: al 7:10:eve: p mIngram These. also will be.
chosen ,
officials you might days when Amelia Island was a pirate confederacy, law free Safety Lane Check opens tomorrow The second<1 check will follow the
urged thai) .
begin to teach your youngsters to gret : morning (Friday) at 8 weekend of April 2421, from Ram everyone attend
I less and wild.
Fullard. who plead not guilty, ) I the rallies and become(
count I In rubles. more
-trtr Barbecue DanceTickets was arraigned In Circuit Court a.m.. remaining open until ( p.m? to 6 p m, each day, at the !fimlllar with the individual candl.dutes .
and continues all day Saturday same local ionCorp I
The Lions' minstrels seem to Historical Society'Ghosts' Invade Tuesday and will face trial In the I during the same hours, Location V, C Amnson and Trooper .
get better and better as more and are now on talc for the near future. ;
for the check will\ be at 5th St. R. W Dougherty/ of tile Flor.Id .
Wild Game Barbecue and He was charged with the stabbing
talent Square
more young emerges.

;)rats to the Lions, Director Bill Fort Clinch in Preview of PageantWhat Dance to be held MHV] \ 9 at the of Melvin Johnion, 18-year I Ion and Safety Atlantic Chairman Avenue Bill, Crane said local i Hluhuny l low enforcement Patrol' assisted officers! by : 'ocal Artist's

Mellon, Music Director Bob Sprln- Recreation! Center, sponsored by old Negro;! near Wails Drug Store .
the safety check Is being held In will roncliiil the check on all mechanical ,
the Duncnn Lamont Clinch Historlcil Sunday night April 5, around
and drummer Chuck -
ger Jones
began as a "typica.l" sunny two Indian maidens, a Kith century conjunction with Governor .'lIrrlHlIryant's points, lights/ ete No i
Along with all the cast for a high. Society' of Amelia Island. 10 pm Painting Displayed
Sunday alternoon at Fort Clinch Spaniard with helmet and I proclamation that this tickets will be given for faulty ve
ly entertaining evening, The barbecue begins at 6'30 I Testimony showed that an ..
for a sprinkling of early touiisls I I sword, and a shy Spanish seniorHa. : hides,
between I
'ailedbv ment developed
and the dance In be (
< < p.m.
r r and visitors, was unexpectedly appealed thri.unh! the guardhouse Ir"u.I' Following Inspection< the Jay. M Art Show
brother Walter
'Congratulations to the Mcr- Irv Filar nationally knowncaller "mid his I
chants Association and membersof disrupted when a monk, clad In I door' and proceeded across ; will start at 8 p m Tickets I 1! and Johnsm and Klx( either I Funeral Rites For errs will fiiinlsli bumper HIIo'kl'rsto

ilie Lions Club for the fine evening full black robes and followed by the parade grounds. for the Barbecue alone run 81,50 I youths in honl uf One's In those \'I"IIII.tllIlsllnu'. Smnller/( I I l.lmlil\ Fdenlleld; Green daugh.
-- The occasion not music IInWII.1 slickers will be available for
of good food and fellowship was an with more added, fur the I town rnnmlimi< Beach. Residents' Mother : : bl'l lir nf Mr,, and Mrs W II Men.Hi : .
: n, or the walking of ghosls, bill | ; ,/1.00 cycle'sThe "
for the Minnesota Twins farm The aiKumonl apparently con- -Id. wan honored "lecenlly by
clubs here for spring training Kiwanians Hear a preview of the coming historic Genuine wild game Is iiunrnn- tinned from" that point lo where Jivcc'cs J I; : are :uttering: : this, I having olio of her paintings select
spectacle to be staged by the )Dun-1 I I Held service In icMcldenls I uf the com
Thin gesture of hospitality Is always teed along with fun fur nil Folk the alleged stabbing IK cured In Georgia td from .'. S U 's art department
Clinch Historical munlly. for the omnium' of safe
Lamont Su.
a welcome feature of the Johnson can singers and music will' be \piovid '' )Dr Hen Hie.\ 'kens k si)if led that I pi lo be exhibited In the Lcniuvnc
Edgar On clety, June 5 and 6, ty on IIIjhll! Q)S., Ihe salcty ul
dFor, Johnson Buflerecl a pcnclrallngjwound ) Art Show In Tallahassee
training season. After the regular I I Funeral services [fur Mrs Jue ,
ehildii'ii. and others, Is the lesponHlhilllv I
routine of the training/ table the A historic lirst for Fernandina IReach I tickets contact Mm Jay In the stomach that pierced I 8 Mixon, 90, mother of Mrs. J. C. ( of, Ihe vehicle's owner, I lle-r painting. entitled. ''Worldsfair !
really went for the spare State I the production, nominee Battels, 2al.550f, or any lllHtorlcal the Inlfslines, lie slid 1 that the I ,, "
players WaterwaysBY ; ;: 1 llaiclwcicicl' and Mrs George (). Crane said This usiioiihlbllily was also selected by the
I l of, Eight Flags, will\ incorporate II i il Society member wound would have been fatal if
ribs and chicken, provided by
j Dcnham of this city, wire held I con bc more fully assumed when i ( C'luh 1 to< be used as a buck
some 75 DO cast me'mbcrs The unintended'sHe added, that John
merchants Kroup andpreparedand l Sunday, April 12 fct MintyrtelfordChsucl for a table decoration
.IUl! .
. served lb. .Lion.., TOMMY' _.|cast !\\'U1 Ire. chewnr1 I2I"those'{ i. ? wmis'eondililm'.555' satisfactory I driving/ safe vehicle.. I
by'? followed In the Wareshoro Cemetery lions and motor companies' arecooperating I Is a senior it FStf. majoring In
The Minnesota Twins farm system executive secretary of the Florida [ be pantomimed Registration foranyrne four cr five daysContinued 'i : : :;: J .
art education,
In the pioject by
Interested, will take plateSaturday
brass, the scouts managers Waterways Association, spoke to j ( on page six)
Club Officiating ministers the
By were ) safety checks at their placesof
Kiwanis May 2, with rehearsalsto
trainers and the like have become Monday night on Kev, Clarence Knight and the I business

such familiar figures/ here over the cross-state barge canal which begin May 10Continued !lily. W D. Corbllt. Weatherford
GradeRegistration I i Crane's committee consists of Commits
( Page Three) First
the past eight years It's almost Is now under construction betweenthe on Rated Success
Mrs, Nixon was a native of AI George, co-chairman Thomas
like having some of your favorite St. Johns River and Yankee. I Three Jax Juveniles
She the former (Continued pailI'll.)
Ware on
County was
residents move It's bad town, Florida on the Gulf Coast I
that the Twine away have secured The speaker was Introduced byProgram County Leaders The reception of the usual fine Miss Louisa Booth, daughter of In Vandalism Case

news talent presented by the Lions Club the late Jesse Booth and Martha /I IUartin Burns To
suitable farm club training Chairman, Bryan Maxwell ; Speak
more facilities st Melbourne where they Johnson, who Is an attorney I Train In Medical In Its annual,: Minstrel, was evl-j I April 20 24 Booth, Here Three Jacksonville Juvenileswere

can be nearer other clubs of equal at law and member of the Boardof Jenced Tuesday evening" by then j Mrs Mlxon is survived by four j Monday NightAt adjudged delinquent Monday
applause of the huge crowd Blending Lee iy County Judge J. E, 'iGcne)
l.iiiKhlers.: Mrs. Tom ( of Way.
for training exhibition County Commissioners of Wa- City Ball Park
the scintillating\ Parrots with l'hllhlren Cllt'rlllill, Wcathciford and application
: / porformmce was
but the well wishes of their kula County, opened his talk byssylug Self-Help Care the Tots' GII. Mis. lluiclwood' and
games at the Recreation Center I Iludltorlum. first grade In September tIIi41"! | made for admission to the Florida
local fans go with them and they'llbe / that water has many uses I j ills, Denlium. both of Fernandina 1 lnydon (turns" mayor of Jack '
: ( ire requested to'I'lIiHllr Ihelr [ jhlld teach, and Mrs, N. E Lanham, lonvllle and candidate fur School fur Boys
Just as hard for Twins' to drink to help Industry, 1 Hover
pulling asa
victories and a possible spot )Jn means of disposing of waste, The Self Help Medical Care I Rated as the finest of inch : c' during the week of April 20.1 .aFollettc, Tenn: Five suns, I. II. I nor of the Stale of Florida, will The buys,'\Iwo 13 and ,,1'00' 18,
Course for leaderswas
community I ihowi to date, many new' and well 2 14. Hours of registration! will lixon, and J. R. Mixon, both of admitted vandalising the home of
the World Series The Twins, tin.dcr and to pollute when not properly I appear here !Monday night/ and will
comnlcted on Thursday April 1 received attraction were added Jnndav throne.!! Friday 9 to II ,I H Parker Sr In Yulee
the management of Sherry controlled \V'aresboro; J. E, Mixon, Pearson speak I at Clly Bull Park In be'hull ? on
9 with 14 women receiving cettlficatcs j milling Bob Spilnuir' at the AM1i. and I lo 3 p.'If.: In Ihe sc'hoot I
I k of last week
(fa.;: Iley Mixon, Homestead, mid and the
Robertson have built I farm system Its most Important use Is as a : (J>l his C'incllilucy' ,
The consisted of 20 .
second to none and this has road over which ships and boats i course I ,ilano and Chuck Junes at )the c''afrlcriaYour (f:. C. Mixon, Wayeross, Ga. ; :111ranclchilclren Fiee icIrcKluncnls will be avail1iblo /( I''thl'fI I of ai, tides from the home,
hours training These women aicnow drums, and two' fine high! school hild) may enter se'honl In ..
been tested and proved out since may travel from one place to in. '' leaders who 44 IIreul."r nll'hll., I for all In attendance1/ The ae-1' They were caught by Sheiilf If.
trained will\ "
they first came here when they other, moving commerce, he said classes In Self Help Medic.il conduct I ruups! | "The" Beatles' and The'' eplember' If he or she! will be six ,d,ten and three grcaUgrcutgiandhlldien .: I I:Ivlty will begin lit A 311) p m studSill 1 .I,I uiinglilood and Deputy Juhn
old before the llrsl ,
loolcnannys I ears on (or ,
were the Washington Senators and Water Johnson said Is the most Care In each community throughout ) (' 1 continue until H pm j Bocllno near" Klngslaiicl, (la, less
I of January This Is the
deep In the second division Each Important resource we have, On Nassau! Calmly, The I IcMde'r Marslvill' Row l1111(1 Jucksonv0l"I. av Stale| Mincy-Fullord Funeral )Home A inolori'aclu of Burns Klil/cml I limn Iwo hours after Parker re.
tity I
year the players that Sherry and February, 14! ; Ihe most ImiConlmued training was a Joint effort of thl't 1-V personality' aw Parents r"I"II'rlnlIhl'lr chil-I I.ft as In charge, ,till /company the! candidite | ,polled the vandalism
'' turned In his usual fine jobs .
his scouts bring Into camp here on Page Two) -r
Cnuntv Health Department under s' master of ceremonies and IniTlocutor rI l ren for the first) lime) < must pres.I

look(Continued better and on better Pale: Three and ) this I Scott Will Mrs Home Gertrude l Demonstration Blalchfoid Club and the, t In his inimitable "coun. e nt written evidence in regard/ In I Walker Work With Youth
I Kelly women t ry boy" btylu. I I I t"tic I following-" : ,Rotarians; Hear On
Deliver I working/ with !Mrs. Mary N:> Harrison I 1 1. A birth (certificate ol fie 111 I
Campaign Turning In fine performances ,
Businesses Being County Home Agent. I 2. Vai'dilation to prevent small-

Address Monday The course provides training were i : nx, I "Nassau County was' among! the .
Solicited Here In I (Continued on Page/ Two) I p (
IItchirk 'Irst three counties in the slale 'torganle
I which will enable a person to sur. i I 3 Diptherla Immunization ore I! Iallat
Cancer CrusadeThe Senator Scott Kelly will be In' vlve prolonged emergencies. such 1 test which has proven your Junior Deputies," said ,! a

Fernandina Beach Monday morn. : as nuclear attack, hurricane, (Clothing Workshops 1 i child immune.Woman's. (thief Deputy Sheriff Emory Walk.er .

1964 Cancer Crusade has 1' Ing and will deliver an address In ,, earth quakes, or any such dlsas.I 1 Termed Successful I as he spoke to the members of

opened In Nassau County, with front of the courthouse at 9 a m ter, where medical help: Is not; Club Sets the Rotary Club on his activities

solicitations from business establishments ,, In behalf of his candidacy for available, using things that are 'blew Class To Start I; with the youth( of the community t aslralnr

In Fernandina Beach governor of the State of Florida found on hand at the time of emergency. Fashion Show For and enmity at their luncheon meetIng .

now underway according to n report A motorcade will meet Kelly at Thirty nine women In Fernan. Wednesday.

from Mrs Margaret Oxley, Yulcc to accompany him here. This Is of vital Importance In I d ma are now prepared to sew bet' I Wednesday Night "Since that time In November

county chairman He will also speak In Callahan and Nassau; County for only one com- tl'_>r and fatter (even to sew com- I The Woman's Club Card Party, of 11150.) soma 2,MM( ) youths have
Merchants are urged to partirlnatn Hilliard ared with not sewing) as a result activities ofg
on Tuesday (Continued on Page/ Two) IIo 'Fashion Show will tike place, participated In the
when the volunteer calls attheir I f three workshops held over the Wednesday eYl'nlnAlml/ 22 al I the Junior )Deputies The national

place of business Evert Kl- iIsJas Ml box weeks iccomincnelullon for ages In this
i p m at the We.man s Club Build
vln is chairman of solicitations Each group met once aII'k : Ing sponsored by the philanthropic organisation was: boys 11-17 how.

Details on the "Lights On" ir two hours each lesson. The finance committee, ever, In I'M! :! our county along

drive in the residential area on lasses were taught! by !Mrs. Mary with many others decided to narrow .
Mrs. franklin Jones, chairmanof
April :30, will be announced next r Y I I. Harrison, County Home Ocmnslration this down to 7th rodeo. This
the committee, announced the
week o Agent. has proved most satisfactory," he
following members who have been,
r w r Tim women actually made a selected to mrdel In the show, continued:

Cake Sole Set .i a 1k heath dress! with lined skirt Mrs Louis Kinser, Mrs. Wayne The Deputies also work In con. Kt'w

For Saturday By { hey started the courses with a Dfitson. Mr. E, B. Philips, MrsJ junction with other groups The
School Boy Patrol Is an example.
Mslun on pattern selection, meajrmg f. C. Purgason, Mrs Bennett B
tu determine the lire and Ue tiea Scouts, a group/ of older'
Legion Auxiliary i4' Wilson, Mrs Don Hlmmelman.
1i'w kr mil/ of pattern needed Material Mrs Louis Lowe, Mrs E. J. Boy Scouts are sponsored by the

A cake sale will be held Aprir '' ere discussed, and placing the Smith and Mrs Walter Preston. Sheriffs! Water Patrol They were

18, Saturday In front of Allan's ts's'4 d t ps attern on the fabric, cutting and organized In January of this year
Arnold Mrs
Store sponsored by the American larking. The new method of I nil Mrs and now have a membership of .
Lawrence Schurtt, Mrs Curl If
LcKion Auxiliary.Cte a.JBi onstruction was taught, when the 41
: Bass, Mrs. David Gatchel. Mrs
sale beginning. at 9.30 a.m b ick and Iront were each assemb-' The boys now have their own

will also feature brownies, cook. ; (Continued on page three) Ruth Brown Little Women NolaLewcllen ship, formerly a 26 foot whaling
+ 1; Ellen Babb, MarjunrHiewlon which In the .
les and candy Na boat. they are proCPSS
and Uaba will aIM
Proceeds will go to child wcU f.. r Fernandina Beach of repairing
fare and veterans rehabilitation. ''tt model They are alsu( training for sea

Weather fashions will be furnished fur and water rescue, safety and first

the show "Fashions In light,' lid On completion of the course,

OES Chapter Sets V S Approved Weithrr Ktiitlnn bv l.ynn'l Dress Shop the buys will be familiar with all

Rummage Sale booth 7th At Llmt) Siren Homemade pie, and cake will nautical terms necessary for Inland .
Lewis NoUn Cauperatlve Observer I IMn. 'he sold and drink will be fur. waterway navigation. They ---

Chapter J5. Order of Eastern THE MEMBERS OP THE: CAS TOF TilE JI'\IOH() CLASSlihpl.i Mm Ran j: nlshcd Door prices! and caidinns also have regular navy uniforms
TI burs. April 9 82 4o ,.27Il i I Sunday afternoon, the Sea )txplorer ; In addition to furnishing boats,
hold sale I will be awarded The (limnIon Sheriff B"yn'Hooch
Star, will a rummage The Florida(
PLAY hate toa i satisfied grins after
ev'ery' reason ( > !! bolded. 1 the Patrol' provided chaperu'otit.Ipon I,
beginning today and continuing FI rl l. April IDit 69 45 (0 J of 11110( will be applied t f I at this time has 'M boys Scouts, Ship I I'M!)( 101
highly successful and at poi nU almost too realistic" por- S. ., April II 71 4$ 0 'he fen Crandall The Heel of cl"htCI.. arriving at Crandall thoScouts
Friday and Saturday, In the buildIng ',. philanthropic committee enrolled The ranch I Is solely sup
next to Charlene's on Atlantic | tra> al of "Let 'Em Eat Steak. I Pictured are, left to right, SI n.. April 12 77 54 9' he annual dental clinic purled by donations from the pub- Bell left around noon under, the highlighted their first cruise
Ave Vike Fiala. !Nettie Peters A tie Stein. }Donald) Jacobs, M on., April 13 78 55 e'Tact i Tickets may /be purchased froirinj lie They are the proud( owners of leadership/ of Leroy Mckee and I I with a picnic lunch

Anyone wishing/ to donate to the Laura Sorensen, Duane ROM la nd, Alice Faye Derry, Judy ? April 14 90 115 .E I member irf the committee, eir their own churches, football alit' the Instruction of their On the return trip each Sea

sale Is asked to call Mrs .Jim I Vrancken! Mike Rylant, and Danny Fullwood. Not picture W ed. April IIriorid 83 60 .0' ,, rum the ticket chairman, )Ira baseball fields, tennis courts, fin ShcTilf Youngbloodi IlionsUI'I'1 Scout got s chance to handle one

Beard or Mrs Robert C r,on. I ed U Ken Da>ris i director. The we.eh.r* PueUs I. rtrnl.hrl UUIIIMS ennr/eey Co./ I C, B. Ingram./ (Continued on page ilx) I 11 I trol. ot the 14-18' outboard ruoibouti

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Two 'e\\' .Leader. Fernandlna Beach Florida Thursdaj-: April 16, IJ!\61I ESPECIALLY FOR ME I DO'S AND DON'TS M -

God knew I needed a place to stay.
A place to work a place to play GOOD GARDENING
High School Echoes. A place to love a place to be, e r1+wI I FOR

So he built this Island especially!
H for me, Ssggestinst, from the Rise Garden oak leaves you are raking. The
BY NED TYSON Club are Mother Nature's bent t ir,,

hello, felted them 10-0. Ronnie Sapp lie took the Surf the Sea and the I w srta mulching shrubs and nninine
DO azalrn, camellias, In hot weather
During 7th period Thursday, the r.w r. !Samhi. spray moisture
nrtihed his second win of the ica. ti
itudcnt body was treated to a I ion Tuesday by defeating Baker 7 And with Ills tt'ndl'rVlnlt hnmls. and fcardonlas this monlh' can. DON'T forget/ your "h'nmnj'
and lea
Key Club Faculty basketball I County 13-3 The Pirates will play e Shaped an bland safe nnd a'iund. Irol lace bUlla on ara'eas baskets tine your basket. ]I'' ,

gam*. The old men upset the Key undcleated Green Cove Springs/ And placid Blue Skim all around scab on camellias and breeding gardenias, this to 2 inches deep with firm ShOuted ,:
Both Insects :
Clubber. although they became at the local ball pork Friday at l are the sphaKhum: muss which has I* ""n
'' fie malls the winds monTh. Now I Is the time to get ferllllzir .',
v. t ti less effective in' 4 pm. lo whIsper low, have soaked In liquid ,1\\\
the latter stages r.lembrrslr the Key Club and He marie the Orpan brrpm blow, young ones Fertilize If you with very humusy soil;, 1 put'
their dates Journeyed to Crandall lie made (UN Trees. to stand no 11..At. not already dune so garden later/ In I part: pent mu ,

t jf the game Mini I' on a hivrMe"' Saturday night The tollWhen II'" \ ,t; C H. P.{. fi' DO prune aralras splreos and ''or. pent mos and Ira mold *.1{

3101seMhnon 1 outing was chaperoned by Mr lie made my Hand lie '. r .. lV'l.t1I '*' other planis' after blooming, This :Tour plants In the basket and
Mr. Elise Latall- and Mrs. Extern Corbell, and Mr gave It all. I \ H "j'I .' will produce bunhler plants. and 1 ,firm, the sail cnrefullv around
Now when I week' beneath Ills Run. more bloom next year Crowded the bush. ,
e, and Mm. Lyn : unit Mr. Mike PlkuU f p ; them, riders hanging!
jough, a group I The Junior claM Play "Let 'Em': **f alone .tf. 4 l4'1 I DO your air layering and Water J JiiRt t dli-n'' enough to prMit
'f'"flashy"I 1 Fnt !Steak"! ass a big swrm Big (Ml little, Did and ,
yming When I play !Snrnln Irle earth (his month. ,
on my ( layering feeding
Ilipput' every i e
faull. I \ I dryness "
s h c e rleadcru, Members nf the eat t were there will .e all ages and sties 't tr :
leis !Ira.TJ11're'l .
DO tender annuals weeks,
provided the pep, lens In their presentation, however I riding al the Nasnaa a.,11Ia.dle < : plant your
"IM ixtMuail! tram In stilt unde. | a chicken which wa to bused Clib'i, First Ana.alFnlle Just God the Blue Skies, ,. .., .. a0 /i4j now; Inch as asters, balsam, eel.I|i DO for your baskets hou.,eI
Inland and Me 1 Ne.MR T 111'd' alter five games Friday, ]' For effect, mad several mil and Races to to held at My .rA I osla, marigold, morning glories, I I Ivy English Ivy, begonia. coleus'
Joe Thrift threw a no.hitter at steaks I !the NE Flerldajw Falrgressds Gerry ChanceyKiwanians GUEST SPEAKER at last ek's Rotary Club meeting tennis and salvla. geraniums petunias fernsil.\ .

Orange Park at the Pirates dt. I Thats all for this week. Perth M laiitnai: M Sat. was! Hilly Martin, former star second baseman with the I DO plant dahlias, lehlmt'nes'l tana, cherry fmaloes. Wandering

Hay, April 15tb, Parade bale Hear New York Yankees, shown with President Hugh Stone raladlums, and gloriosas Jew, end many other pants
is., at left and Rotarian I' DONT: throw away all the I
,.. m nlR|. Races a" games Jim Beard, who presented Mar ,
hi the ftmtooo. Steak supper (Continued from' Page One) tin. Martin told the Rotarians of his baseball career ---- For Good Eatin"Music

i at I:M apcmored 'by NatatCeoljr oortam thing In Florida In a longtime Thing many of the more humorous incidents Now a BELLEAU WOOD I food, talk and polltlkln'.

THE COFFEE SHOP I Reereatlo Assaclatlen. happened when President scout with the Minnesota Twins, he said that they are I I 1118 Will be the subject when you eat
Johnson pulled a switch which chicken,
sure to be right up at the top In American League con.tfnllon Dawn and green leaves fluttering I
jut Into! action the construction of I Of the band we are so proud
he new t'rnKR..lllte barge canal again: this year.Junior Songbirds greetings, gay. I Bv the food you'll be wowed'M !

The canal will open up I vast re. Guns In the distance!, muttering v *. S 11I-"uf'h 8 P.'d.Cooper's : .
OPEN source of minerals which Florida Angrily l comes the day
i has been unable to move from -Lights I Ii iMerciless
the Inland due to the high Noon and the hell.hail falling:
: 6:00 A.M. 'TIL 5:30 P.M. areas L LCoinOperated
: : : I 1 1It cost nf transportation BY CAROLYN BREEDEN # I i hate and wrath Laundr
Club! and death scream I Itailing
SATURDAY Principal among these Is the HI! physical class did a !
vast phosphate deposits In central The patrol will travel to Silver splendid Jobe the Instruction \
6:00: A.M. 'TIL 1 1:00: P.M. Florida which alone time was Springs May 2 as they decided at r of John Mike Spp Along the forest path.

exported In vast quantities but their last meet.ln i broke a six-year record by divingIover Laundry and Dry ]
last with Us blessing
Sandwiches Regular Dinners very little nf which Is ex polled i a' fifteen boyst Night/ t. at ,
anymore due to transporting1eosls I The trip will I Hiding wars /guilty head. Cleaning' lMrs.
It I The flrjh,; hvttd. eighth/ grade( '
The canal, offering low b e taken by''' Cool-fingered dew caressing
home ,
Free DeliveryPhone freight rates, can again move II I school bus and i a fashion ec department show Wednesday will present Each! I The pale, cold lips of the dead Doris Howard, J
deNe 'p I, Ilcibeit. Luke
such Florida mineral! depoailsl"hlother t I
the bus win leave girl will model a drew of her own Manager
261.5171 parts of the country whore a at 6 a.m. SOlur.1 I Ie' creation, made by her during the
they are In demand said Johnson !\\i i; day morning. The year All mothers of eighth grade I Trade At Home 14th & Beech Streets
.. Great benefits will accrue.',tn /girls are Invited to attend and ,
--- -- fish and wildlife of our state, due "earlyWrd' pa. remain for punch and cookies -
to the establishment of two large' I trot' 'Is sure to after the show I
lakes or reservoirs which will be .J\ gJ biVe' a blast See! soonlAnnual !
PLEASE REELECT created wllh (he construction Al Mr. A. R Powell and several you I

the five locks through which bouts other parents' and teachers will

Sp4 L. S. "Dickie" Grant. Jr., negotiating the waterway will pass ChiDproae' Minstrel SEAL
serving with the V. S. Army A vast Increase In recreational Dirty ears will have to wait! ,
HARRY POOLE at Fort Monroe. Va., was' boating will result, from the additional The FTA car wash was postponed (Continued from Page One I
chases to serve In the honor areas which will be con. I and has been re.trhnlulrd for Aron Flannery and his Music WET 1 '
guard at the funeral of Gen. erected by linking the Gulf water 'April 18 It will begin at 10 am Makers Robert Skipper nivmnnd ,,
,j COUNTY oral! Douglus McArthur. Sp. way system with the Atlantic and end at 3 pm. when( all the McDrnald, BIbby Littles and Jim.

Grant has been a lifetime resl. Coastal l l Watt'r'Ia the St dirty cars are clean,) mv Landers I
COMMISSIONERDISTRICT dent of Fcrnnndlna. Beach and Johns A tumbling show" was pre. The Hootenannys! Marsha Ham- OUT a
Is the snn of Mrs L. S. Grant Another benefit to be derived Is sensed Friday seventh period The Ilion, Wanda Shealry and Mary '
1 of tilt Florida Aye He Is mar. tremendous flood control Improve seventh and eighth grade Reynolds I
rled 10 the former Mini Car. mcnt The speaker disseminated bll'lfl'I I Paul Galloway, baritone, of '

-"Now Serving An Honorable Fair roll Rellhan of .Plcrson, Ga Illustrated studies and brochures Jacksonville Li
giving the reservoir and lock locations County Leaders I IIConHnu'd Frank Warner and his harmon _
and Respectable First Term"Modestly LETTERS TO and Indicating the areas lea, Jacksonville
which will derive direct benefitsby The Minstrel Chorus Kasley
I ask you to consider II/oaln/ : THE EDITOR way of Increased' commerce from Page One) i I Thomas, Louis Reese, Jimmy I Five Points Grocery & HardwareYour

A good businessman helping run. your county's along the waterway. munlty has resident doctors, and l Harrell. Bobby Adams, Marsha I
LUlline 8. The speaker Is a brllth"r.ln.hw In emergencies mcdlcnl help may Hamilton and Mary Reynolds, I Dealer'BAILEY'
Available every day only a block from the courthouse. (Ed. Although this wasn't a let. of Klwanian Miles Dixon nnd tins not be available for quite a period The Beatles," Ted Sieger John' Pittsburg
lento the editor In the truest visited Hrtwindina Bond) many of lime. The course meets Civil Pulcttl fickle Fox and Steve
Have Informed the well
people performed
aa as
duties. my scone It was recently received by times. Diffuse requirements. It Is vitally Bickctt
the Chamber nf Commerce and Club singing was led by Herb Important that home-makers avail The minstrel entertainers. Dour
Ctlleite graduate-manager Hardee Bro Co. 14 we thought it worth printing I ICentU White with Louis Ferreira at the thimrrtf of this Information, Reg- Bones' Decker, John Shine' IfIMAIIINr fA'ISplradSrRrAM'b' f1Na1A'

yearn I 'mi'n: pili no. Bill Webb presided I (stratum In t<-e Individual com McClane. Ben Clarke, Tom TII. -1
Past President: Chamber Commerce, Lion, Merchant Our family has just returned munlties Mill soon be announced man Mike Raslus"' Flala R .bert I '
..Association.RrgeiYed from a camping vacation at Fort THE WHITE HOUSE I The leaden' training course was 'Slick' Skiver I>t'nnl.leU.! : ?
the Jaycee Good Government Award last May. Clinch Stale Paik, CANCER CONTROL;\/ MONTH;\/ 14! held at \ulee and strup E, B. 'Snee" Philips. Car. fJ'l

Ajiu 46 resident 25 yearn- family man, 5 children, We WIHh' to express our thanks APRIL Mrs. Gertrude Blatchford assisted I Ion Parsin' McKenrtice Moirlt Atlantic At Seventh!
for the welcome and courtesy BV THE PRESIDENT OF THE by guest speakers: W. II. Skipper, Rick Pontiim I'c<'pics.
"::.let'R keep, (and Ret more on), this kind of man shown by the citizens of your UNITED STATES OF AMERICAA I Kate board of hcilth rrprrscnta.I and Bob Llghtnln Springer
PROCLAMATION;\/ tIe: Miss Frances Partridge. Mrs. i Following the curtain call at 8
in our government Meane re-e'ect! town We took advantage of the ,
WIIEREAS the of clock. Lion President Ben Clarke
scourge can. Belly Conk Mrs Helen Johns
activities at your splendid Recreation I
Hall. eer will be fell this year by more district I health nurses, Cil, Walters! Issued a welcome to those precenland
HARRY POOLE than half a million Americans: J. Preston Civil Defense director, Ihnnked all the spoon Ira who
The Island Square Dinee Club. and I Dr B. F. Woulwy, M.t)., candy' contributed to make the show a
was cur gracious host one evening
continued research
WIIEREAS health doctor success'
1(, Mr, Ihnk Sides made every can lead to further Increases In The direction of W H "Hill'MelUn i

COUNTY:; COMMISSIONER e'fort. to make us feel most welcome the number of cancer patients saved .I Women, Mrs receiving Elizabeth Webb certificateswere Mrs as In past years plus. his i

from death by this dread dls. Juanita Gray, Mrs Polly Watson pinch.hlttlnd In various t'8pl\.ltlea'l
Trying l Hard To Give You Good Southern hispltality and Fcr ease: sadWHEREAS Mrs Madeline Howard of Biuloui. attributed by large to the success
nandlna Beach are synonymous the gap between 1C. of the performance. I
I ne Mrs Jean Thomas Mrs M
GovernmentPaid We look forward to visiting again i : The Liens Club Minstrels have
dual and potential /gains In the cure bcl Mathls, Mrs, Ann Bulford cfI;| f ,
Pulltlol Arivirtl..nient In the future of cancer patients can be narrowed HI:Hard; Mrs Jimmy Phtt, Mrs been presented here annually!: I / 1

Cordially yours, by educating( the public to coop Bertha alley, Mrs. Louise Flood! since 1943. .
'. 0 ___ Mrs, Cicorm Hess rate with the medical profession of Yulce; Mrs Janet Joyce of Cal-1,; ---" -- I
r Staten Island !New: York III seeking earlier ilisunnsls' and liihnn Mrs\ !Mabel Panke and' JOHN E. (Jack)
treatment: sodWIIEREAS I
Mrs Mallard Juatllcbaum clFei '
Fat and listen further efforts! to !
'nand n.i. ,
ELECT Mu"lel'hll(' yea tat control this disease result not only | Three students who are to take)I MATTHEWS Li ,
Can't help pall In' your feel, in proleitlng/ the Niiliins I ; he;:iltll I I their examination at a faire date
Best| bind In the land but also In encouraging I the stun- arc Mrs Louise finikin of Hilltard )f (lest Qualified For Governor Ke

1.1111'lIh\( chicken in jinn hand. tints, medical practitioners, and I and Mrs Fdna Males alld Mis Aulhurl'til bv Ctiinpilitn Treasurer
Dean B. BlankenshipAs May 2, 1 through 8 P.l\! offiilil and voluntary health ail/,'n. | Louise I) lmn of Vulcc Paid PilI.I A Iv L.0
rica already engaged III such ef. -- -I -- -. .
forts and I
Fernandino Beach : \
WHEREAtht'! Congress by a
I + e n
YourSUPERINTENDENT NEVIS LEADER mint resolution approved March 1 ) 1 N i

Hit Ash Street-Phone 36ftft 28, 1938 (52 Slat 14Si), requested ',

OF Hay Caldwell, Maaagi'r.Editor the proclamation President to setting Issne apart annually the a Ill f

Wished: every "hunHay am month of April as Cancer Control
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION entered at the Pos- Office, Fern Month: I 1
indina Beach Florila\ as second NOW, THEREFORE, I LYN .... f
titst: mall mit.r DON B JOHNSON, President; of)1 l
; Fully Qualified To Serve You'and dot ,lilt i i rJ. i
he United Slates of America I .
Your ChildrenM. hereby proclaim the month of 1' \
saveyour April !!%.! as Cancer Control' Lst's Return Experienced\ Capable
Month, and I Invite the Governors ,
:. S Degree Auburn university, I of the Slates. the Commonwealth I I SPESSARD L. 'ji II
roses of Puerto Rico and ether nreai :
15 Years Teaching Experience: I subject to the Jurisdiction! oKthe HOLLANDSTATES Ii'' r rtilw ;

4 Years At Yulee As Teacher-Concb, from aphids United Stoles to Issue similar roclamatlons I! '

7 Years At 'allahan As Teacher-Conch; TO THE UNITED SENATE :
: Assistant I'rlncipal.Secretary.Trensurer. I & black I also ask the medical and ailed .
spotMTNOCIOI :11 1 wont t* tiprni my l nct't SWUM L HOUAND ItMmkr
: health professions the communlcatlons regret In not Mmq abla I latravtl Musbae at IM 1.55.5 :
Nassau County Recreation aPMIDI furl .001 I Industries and all comtantly", during this reprietIeM C.I_.
Commission.A I Insert' nines 'od' other Interested persons andirtnips campa;gn throughout the Mhn *f rtw AironmtKol
flaws, punst111NI1WMtprla *
I Stall behalf I of
to unite during the unpoint m my can and Span Sclmc* Cmmll-,
V Ice-President!! of The Nassau County Community i : ed month In public reaffirmation ;f dacy, (for re.tltcl'"an at your .t* .
.hies Montane tie Untied States' Stnator, but I Iltd :
Che United Fund. NM. Mrlelh.M, ..ndDOD. of this Nations efforts to t'onlrolcant'er. M.ab.r.iA. Ssn.N A..10
I at ih mcal p.ro.d Itwould
...01..1..'....d.. i Served As President of Hit County Education ilea r.d yoMatsolio' IV WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 Wathng'an not b and. wi Sass' to Florda Lava" ...1_. The Purist:

Association and In Leadership Capacity On The pens ,marls. .vftnttd At Ximtir of JM. CtmmlwtMilllwi '
have hereunto! set my hand .ndrauli'd not rfp m Congrtifc
........... If as.iaaid.
.n Jantzen'i
S all classic
State and County Level. the Seal of the United Slat. your mr Stnator I might trunk
tmtall r .. : p'd"d ar lssadil.nl
.oil. (en. po nt urnm tha Influcnc l

An Active Member of The Callahan Methodist M t'nun"5.00055)rore4...,eh,"brows ay bulb mini.,.pile seedo. t on ten act IIWKII pet.01. ea DONE of America: at the to City be affixed of Washing and Senator II o pawn n my af an largely:indiv.dual dt- =Ba.dnq if 15.e -=Dan....'. with button tab elasticized waist, simulated fly.! '

Church and Serving As A Trustee. to' .' .nd any othtl runt ......... this iwenty.flfth day of MarchIn
ton tarmmod by the SENIORITY he Sets,, .......... .... buss lastex faille of 65% acetate
the of our Lord nineteen hat otto,ntd."' ,
.... i .ltivdy" _.10 fer IM'
A Fully Qualified Candidate With Proven Abl- ..M|'"II hundred and sixty.four Sptimrd Holland< ti now Ian dAaasllial d N....... .f 25
lily For The Office of Superintendent. .\1 lsorot and of the Independence af log h"i I 18'h your ot a mtmbtf. .. Mian *f NVIfnoitndi % cotton, 10% rubber
s/err of th. Unttd" Slant' Soma .... pads spas If
ORIHOC'DI' the United Slates of America an.eg
ill' from Flor. ht 6th Pinstripe lastex of 63%
'onl"I and da and il .( |*kt wkkk i"sin acetate,
: i I 1 Mn, I SEALS the one hundred th. order of Sn,orlty I in th* turn kMfllt is.. tommy
MOVE FORWARD "no SP I.,.ih1,. t'llIhly.elihlll. Dtmocrai, memb"hp of the .f ....., sits In .Hw sire 29% cotton, 8% rubber Each ?6,1 50>
.. Illd.. LYNDON: B JOHNSON Ssna4" 1_ .f
.. .11"....nt. President
: Spar both II By the : .....
WITH NEW LEADERSHIP .n.... o. retareneo time sera lima.t, ."..,,,. i, DEAN RUSK RE-ELECT
Secretary of Stale

Pild Pollllc.l Adv. : Five Points Grocery .'Food tnihnitrT"' 1 PIarhI&I jantzen

Having trouble with your uppers,
& HardwareYour Come to the band chicken supper,
I I Exercise li what they need U.S.

1T": A Classified Ad For Quick Results Ortho Dealer You have 5 never seen, such a feed I
May Ihroogh 8 PM Paid PHtkl A -- .


evT1cr< Fcrnnmlirn Teach Florida ThtmtTny! / April 16, 1964 Page Three

( from SocietyContinued Page One) iTed Anderson Gets Eagle Scout Award At Court Of HonorIn I I : Amateurs. Enjoy Painting For Leisure At I

The production will be accom appropriate ceremonies last FOLLOW THRU Municipal Recreation Center Art Classes.I
panled by a narrative, a musical
week, Ted Anderson, son of Mr,
background, and various dance It 1' PIT MUO night out will sociame people. and
and Mrs, T, S, "Buddy" Anderson
sketches, the satisfaction of creating! some.
Y+hwn+'un1 ,
of this city, received the CUB. Hive ,veil ever had 'the urge to I
Maurice I thing original
Geoffrey former man. e oHr
honors that Scouts s e 'I
ternary go livoiir liniiil' at art In some
ailing director of the JacksonvilleLittle The purpose of this group! 'Is to
who reach the highest rank, that film" ;' I 11111111 like In draw Ilun1'!
Theater for four years, and n.\VE UN There Is ne> charge/
ol Eagle Scout you think It look like fun*
12 years director and producer of WI'II'I or membership fee, and the cost
Chosen by Ted to present the iI is:
the Tampa Little Theatre, has Rev Nelson of basic materials Is very small
award Moyer of
been selected as executive was Ifou clem t lu'lie'vc It. ask some The PAINTERS: 'OR LMM.HE
pro Church
the Memorial Methodist .
ducer for the spectacle, i of the pnrhrit: outs of tin PUNT. would be very happy to have the
and Ted chose his lrandmolhl'r.lira. .
( a IV.:'; toil LI':IslHK: which
Geoffrey has also directed the ; croup I opportunity, to 'help bcejnneri de.
John Harden, to allix his new i ,
Tampa Junior League Children'sTheatre pin to his uniform, k mrtts" ut tin Kerrcutlin Center temp this fascinating hubbY, and
for 10 seasons and has Ted born In Fernandina Art Hoi m ever rurxdjv evening! they wilt aim be Rind to help obtain .
been staging the Gasparllla Cor. was it : ,III 1 1'\1.: These hoiiscw 1\11'81 the necessary materials ind
Beach 7, 1949, and has
on Sept
onatlon Ball for 17 years, As partof AI mil, winking people not( a famous' equipment The He'ere'all,in ('('111 pI'
lived here since that time except
his preparation for his chosen ntst, In (1111' lot'I have discovered, has fuinlshed the room and the
career, Geoffrey appeared In for three years, In Luxembourg in WI.I.IE! MVTfsON: the' 1'I'nKllr' nf putting paint 'Inc easels for the group
and Germany 'nn"I111I111 the excitement of mix- \
dramatic and musical oWYT
comedy If YOU) would like to me
stock, toured the East and Southwest Ted's other achievements areas Matches in the HW\ bland... Inn mini and hiving! them turn your paintings/ In the next I exhibit,

In nightclub appearances as follows: cap tournament gt undiruuv this into be'antv'. why don't you drop In al the next
a dancer, and toured the road Honor student since the first wtik Belly YOI ik defeated Mml : linn group' | I Is nil n cluHX but a Tuesday evening session and nee f
of "The Vagabond grade and was Inducted Into the l 'iuiheitMaige! I.nniiiin mar"
company 4 a1 \ nnnlier el 1 loe' il re'Hide'nix wholiuve I I vial PAINTING: ; FOR ICIStltE
King," :National Junior Honor Society thisyear Minnie Ilirvcv. Daisy II,mint" defaulted
lo Saia, Allan nod( :\11111'I \' annul the relaxation of a'' can do for you?
Ho served during World War 11 ... .- -
in the Air Force as director of I Mascot of the 1964 FBHS senior I Herring defiHtiel Hi/.ibelli: II.ill
the 3rd Air Force Theatre Guild, I class and a member of the high 42 Shirley Slime Is em the1 courseas i
Geoffrey Is former production I school band tills Is written bettling MITM-
director for the Grove Players at Played Little League baseball 'i 1 a f Brown, and Hull Beach ix playing' THE UNEXPECTED IS HERE

Coconut Grove, and for three sum- I and currently on a team In the \Mimie' Mellon rileliv
mere was managing director of Next, weeks 1II.II'llI's, fi,'How
the Theatre In the Sky" at Way oiks, Wllllnmx, I.annul vs AI
President of his Methodist \oulh I
ncRvllle, N, C. A former president k day, Brown ir Muve. vx Glenn THE
of the "lo.lda Theatre Conference, fellowship Group and has a perfect II'N'IN'r' | vs, Penile. 'He'in'h 11 Mi'I
he Is now owner of Costumes In- I attendance record In Sunday ton VH, M/illson. Allan vie, (;1I1'I1"n.I .
limited of Ja'ksonvllle'hl're he I School since the age of 3. I Durings, S'I"lII.lml U I.IK vs
makes his home Ted hal been active In Cub I Divlx OFFICIAL MUSTANG

Mrs. J Bartels, who will serve Scouts since the age of 8 and Is !Next week, April 21. l I- Ihenmnlhlv '
In the capacity of general chair currently enrolled In the God and I nice'turn if II" gull.. ass"
of the production, announced Country Service Award Program I "'"Mem\ 11:11I:: ) ul the Suit' Ilestdm'
that man tickets would soon be avail. I He plant to attend Scout Counsel.: A PROUD! FATHER AND GRANDMOTHER were present last "el'kIt/ /u Roy Stout I ant SHOWING

able, lors School this summer and remain Court of Honor when Scout Ted Anderson wan/ awarded the rank of 1 Kiiijle\ Scout /.

active in all phases of ScoutIng Mrs John Hardee, Ted's maternal grandmother, is shown affixing; his new Eagle: pin 1''kl'r.III1111', winters April t II I I

I and she, in turn, wan presented a pin by 'f ed. In foreground lift to riiht. ledV mid 12 were -. n, M Warren, dr .
favorite hobbles are canoeing ;. I1h'k"l'sun. lid Kriusx: Inn
JOHN E. (Jack) His
fishing, stamp collecting and father, uddndl'rKOn, Ted Mrs. liar/ dee and Rev Nelson Mover, chosen by led Ililcv, Diive- MiDnllic, Oils low. Friday April 17 j

, MATTHEWS reading and his ambition Is to be. to make the award. In background/ left to right Jerry Stouffer, Seoul Aduinte- I cnstcln; Jim llasptl' J.I W. Thump ,

come a doctor, ment chairman Scoutmaster Da>'id Bowers and Hob White. Nassau County Distritt sin. II d I. PC'11. Jihn ItceketlDick _

II Best Qualified For Governor Chairman of the Boy Scouts of America. Gorman, \Duvo Hiilnur/ llnliKiiiiipp
Home Demonstration -- --- --- .--.- -- Paul Koruni Mill Green: SC3: : A.M. 'TIL 8:00: P.M. ,I
Paid Pot, Ad. Joe Biker, Jim Doyle\ John, Gregory I
here who aid and greatly loved by her HUH
Authorized by Campaign Treasurer ers encourage young
! -- y Nutrition ClassesTo Roberts ElectedTo youngsters In this great boys' tress Only 8 months old she has and demur; M.ie> leipllin Come In and Register
I Be ConductedThe Hope Executive movement, Remember this, ScoutIng the UKUil' while stripe on the head ----- --
It's Time To Think of can always use and needs and the tip of the tall Is while Ya'll Come

Storing Winter Garments! Recreation Department an. I Committee PostDon good leadership If you're Interested Just a word of warning If you Chicken tickets>> will go on snip I WIN A MUSTANG -
nounces that a Nutrition School In boys and the welfare of picked her up She Is due for shots ti tiI
Roberts chairman of the this week,
DRY CLEANING conducted by Mary Harrison, Nassau your community and nation offer for rabies and distemper and I II
I SPECIAL County home demonstration Nassau County chapter for Project your services, More leaden mean might become a danger She Is Easy to find, no need to seek, I ,

agent, will be offered to the public the Hope executive, was committee recently elected of the to more Scouts and less delinquency, listed as lost or strayed with the Promising! now It'II be the be.si. Lasserre Motor Co

$1 For 8 IBs. free of charge beginning Frl- North Florida Chapter I word stolen added since it I Is>> be So come on nut, be our IIIII'hl.)

I Month\ of April Qnly day Center, April auditorium 17th, at, the Recreation The election was held at a ban. If you meet up with a skunk Hived she was taken from hei May 2, S through 8 P,M. Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 =

ASKINS quet held at the Robert Meyer around town don't t run for cover cage Just call 261-3Bbl and nl -
The course Is designed for Hotel In Jacksonville In honor of She( been de-scented and Is questions will be asked, Try A Classified
r LAUNDROMAT mothers with children In first Doctors Jack Fisher and Kenneth -." .
South 8th Street grade and under and covers Morris recently returned from a
trition needs, eating habits, nU.1 two.month tour of duty aboard the
OPEN 21 HOURS A DAY eating problems faced by mothers I S. S. Hope now stationed In Equa-
of children of this age group. dor,
Early registration Is advisable I Judge Gene Weathrrford Is also
-T y A Classified ; since a minimum number of students a member of the executive committee -

may be accepted .
In recent months Robert has REELECTH.
shown the movie, 'Ilcpo In Peru,"
to 24 groups and oreanlallons comprising
over 3biK) clticUns of Nassau .
e f. County The North Florida
''Chapter look the occasion of the

banquet to present Roberts with a
,( citation for his conti'Ibutlnns.

>41 aVSr a.vwi, gr Jungle Land Circus J. YOUNGBLOOD

I I: Yulee Set Friday Fire By Dept. : .

I .. .
: The Yulee Volunteer Fire Dept. : (',

4-PIECE I Is sponsoring a Jungle Land Cir
cus tomorrow afternoon and evenIng -
I U S. 17 South
Friday on Just} |
High Pile Nylon Aborted Colors jf j */ of the Intersection with Slate Ruad
Solid Foam Reversible Zippered IIIT/ 88 I| 200. YOUR SHERIFF
Cushions pl The free circus acts will Include

I a trampoline artist high.diving
Only $5 Down I dog performing animals, pony

drill, high.wire aerialists, and
many elephant act, including

I America lamest elephant weighing ,
In at 11"OHO( Ibs, Trailing along'
I :
will 1 be "Jill" the tctnigc elephantwho
dots the twist

0 Peanuts, cotton eandy, snow L' ,

S cone. hot digs and cold drinks,
FEET will contribute to till! circus lit. .
I mOKphl're.

As an added attraction; thin
will he |xnv rides, elephant (ruin
ride mid( fire cimine rides for thekiddies
,., AWlaTlaa4YALrtY ut a nominal admission
Plan now to attend and bring! _
the kiddies>>. Join In the fun


Gu.r.ntr) quillly, poles how Mho wilM MaN 00 Clothing
rmipllnl all) nW red or f>Ir, *nthtrl.roolN.M.n.lly .
'Continued from PIC.P tenet
Mlttrllw 3 >w |iur ik* Hurry
In: aAVI led then joined (it ..hllllllll'r. Sixidnewlntt
was stressed" nn busting/
was dune.
A new class I Is Stirling "IIIif'
neercullin ('enlclrfiil'week, later
classes arc planned fur he'gliinc'rsin'ermediaUs .

(alluring Istriliun' class will be and will announced In be eurly lau/.Iht./ In fall lira nd, a1' It Is Not How LONG But How WELL

vance no those desiring to lake(
these workships may enroll

''uct; Rcimblin'iCinlnuid H. J. YOUNGBLOOD : :

trim PaRe One)
1 Yf'1r' group Is the best by fur 1 I..1d
ite. There n..> doubt thai the
Twins sill be top contend fur .
many year to crmc with all apo.
Ingles to Melbourne It Is hoped
I that IRe new quarters will prune HAS SERVED
so unsuitible next spring (hit the .
Twins will again avail themselvesof
1 PIECE DINETTE the local facilities in l6! In
the meantime feelers) arc already
JG"xfi< SEVER MAR PLASTIC rf __ out for mijor league farm clubs

TOP CHAIRS TAIJIEI ABORTED YINYIYi. tTHOLSTEREI'j8 COLORS T */ *77 i I locally desirous Sherry of facilities and such his staff as theme arc If You Do Not Know H. J. Youngblood Ask Your Neighbor

Only $2 DownMATHER I high In their praise of the warm ,
hospitality they have received
-- -'- here each year and expressed re.

Bret that circumstances made the

move necessary,


son receive all the honors that to -
along with achieving the rink of
OF FERNANDINA Eagle !Scout I thought'v,hat a lot
I of satisfaction must also be fill
309 SOUTH 8TH (PHONE 261-4)8):) : by his Scoutmaster I David Bow. Paid) Political AdverU..ninlHistorical

1 erg, and the other Scouting lead




Four N w .Lcadsr, Fcrnnndlna Beach' Tlorlda ,, Thur.'dny: April Ifl 1001 H Hobein ....
:: Mrs Ft
I To Wed April 25 I
Hostess St. Paul'sEpiscopal
Woman's ClubbersSee ,
Historical Society Entertains Sunday With Silver TecBY 11 Chapter

Rayonier, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E L. Allen ''f:

On Guided TourA I of Fernandlna Bench and Edgcwater Mrs F. H. Hobcin was hostessto

GERRY SIIEFFIELD :'.'..( ," are announcing the forthcoming St. Paul'i Chapter of The Wo.

group of Woman's Club memo Transformed Into a veritable I marriage of their daughter men, of SI. Priers til 11 00 A.M.

hen recently enjojcd a lour of floral wonderland, the lovely Atlantic p Pay I Diana Joyce Bjrcliy to Richard Tuesday April nil), wilh 10 nii-m-

Raytnlcr, Inc. About 12 look add Avenue home of Dr.. and Ai Spelman Knipp of DeLand. hors present
vantage of the lour arranged by Mrs Cecil Drew ten was the setting Following the devotional the
]Miss Barclay Is an Airman 2ndClass
the program ctimmlllce Sunday afternoon fors Silver program as turned over to Sirs
In the United
: Slates Air
A similar lour of Container Tea for members of Ihe General ; Fates.Mr. H. J. Siolleld, program chairnnn.
Carp la I planned for May B al 10 Duncan Lnmont Clinch Ills Her subject was "The Biblo"
a m. All members Interested In torleal Society and Invited !guests, Knapp will be a May gradual taken (rem "Everyday ReligiousLiving'

Hiking, part In the lour ire asked The receiving line, Mrs Cecil t of Sletsrn University In De. b by Joseph Fort :-il'"ton,

lo contact Mn. L. E. Sellers. Drew ton, ]Mrs Jay n.irtels, socle. Lord From her presentation and the

The following women attendedone ly president. Mrs J, J. G. Cinper The wedding Is to be solemnized discussion which followed. the

or more sessions of the Florida and Sirs Nancy Selbcrt greeted i 'ho ; In the F.dgewatcr Union Church s a+ members were ....ftI IIh the feel.
IIII'tlt"t In the fever where Mis. \ on Saturday April 23 at four Ing of how people could forget or
Federal if Woman's Club W A, I Davis presided at the geed o'clock. A recepthn will fellow In } b neglect this Bork of Life and love
Convention held April 14, It, and book. the Educitlonnl Building: I and law of God for our human

18 at (the Hubert Meyer and Geo. The rissole. table held a handsome No Invitations are bring sent life. That it Is the mother book of

rite Washington Hotels In Jacksonville arrangement of ruses, baby 4 i v"e Hk.sw but all friends of the young coupleare our lltcniure, the most preciousof
Invited I spiritual possessions; the
to attend. our
: Mm. Fred Bund Mrs David breath andI hlte Iris beside a
Bower*, Mr. Finery Corbett, Mrs lovely silver bowl. L-t. Following their marriage, the Book for the healing of human
the of
couple will leave for hearts, showing us way
Extecn Corbet, Mri. II C. Owens Col. and Mrs. E. B. Philips peace

Mrs. Q. T. Davis Mrs. D. C created an exotic background with A delicious\ covered dish lumh.
Land Mrs. Norma Richards Mrs.II. their profuse display of orchids, Friendship
Night Hibiscus Club eon was enjoyed by the t group at
W Fishier Mrs. II. N. Alday, throughout the rooms of the home
Guests Mrs. W. W.
12 00. were
and Mrs Walter Preston. Each In the receiving line wm I For Temple No. 7 To Meet April 20 Martin of Blackvllle. S. Coo sisterof

The official delegate were: presented Mrs Thomas an orchid G Hall's corsage beautiful! y' fseUtw t: I Pythian Sisters I II The Hibiscus Garden Club will\ Sirs Ruby Armstrong! olio

Mrs..J.. C Bennett Jr., Men L E. > present
of calendulas, meet In the home of Mrs. T. H.
Sellers, Mri Cecil hall Mrs, pan. 1 The Pythian Sisters, Temple I .
H. J. Scolield 11'11hI'\ ho*
i ales and roses. In H stately silver Goolfiby, April 20, Monday Mrs.
number 7 '
Stuart Davis Mrs, Walt Micrre.jewskt met Monday night In the 12th at
Mrs. J, F. Michael Mrs. I Vise adorned the piano I .dllJ '" -Ii Masonic Hall, combining( the bust The door prize It to be given less to the group on April

T, W Oliver, and Mrs Dan The artistic talent of Mrs, L. E, ". ..... "', ;,... ," ', ness session with the annual 'I'by Mrs T, J. Corbelt. The meetIng 11,:00 AM.Danny .

Dougherty also attended Sellers was displayed In the other Mu ''''. .-.'"..''l.....-.11! ...... > friendship night with the Jack. I I. \1'11begin\ at 8 pm.
beautiful arrangements used at lonvllle Crisp of Jacksonvillespent
temples as guests i[ I
vantage points throughout the living I'ICTI'itEI) AT THE TEA TABLE, after (greeting gueale t Sunday afternoon, t In the The presiding Most Excellent Sir and Mrs. Bobby O'Qninn''' last Saturday with his
St. Girord
Chop'terMeets room dining room, family rccmlnir I'ne.' from left Mrs W. A. Davis, who kept the truest book, Mrs Nancy Chief I Mrs, Myrtle Hlzer, welcomed I have returned home alter spend. grandmother. Mrs. John Khmer

Monday At room and sun porch. Seilierl. Mr. Jay Hartels, president of the Historical Society, Mrs Cecil B. Brewton, the guests I from Seaside Temple I .hog 6 months In Fort Mejcn.. --and- cousin--- -John- Pulettl.- --- -
---- -
The tea table was overlaid with No 8 and Tl'mpll'io.: 3. I .
Mrs. Roger's Home nod Mrs J. J. 0. Cooper Two I
an Imported linen and lace cloth
of the with'
centered with massive ndc": tsSr : I
St. Glrard'l Chapter of St. Pet. and a ar. -- R the group Ethel

ers Episcopal Church met Monday rangement of roses, Iris, beby Brlttnn. Canova and Grand Secretary Selma BREAKFAST BY THE SEA
breath and stock In a crystal coin-
night at the home of Mr. I Soft background mimic nn the Danlals I
The large crystal puurhbowl
Mclda Rogers. The devotion was pate ltl-fl wan provided during/ the ar.ternoon The entertainment fcr the evenIng i
graced one end of the table
given by Mrs. James Lynn. I by Mr and Mrs C. L was presented by Mrs: VenltiHenderson I !
Pouring fruit punch with floating : \ Wlanla
Flenn.kcn. who spike on the life JJ
Program for the meeting ws* a Ice ring molds of greenery were at
discussion on I the study course Mrs J. R. Lynn, Mrs. George Flower* for the arrangement Gj of Damon and Pythias. Mrs Edna ,:
fi l '
book, "The Sun and the Umbrella," : Davis, Mrs Jrhn T. Ferrets and wore provided hy l Mr andIra.! i 4 .e Grant and Mrs. Josephine Godshv .

by Ncls F. S. Fcrre.Refreshments Mrs H. W. Fishier H F. Sihlman: Mr and Mrs A. read some po'ms' on friend Travelers on the Buccaneer Trail
were served by Crystal appointments were used G. McAilhur Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ship.

Mrs Roger, assisted by Mri. I' for the delectable array of party Hall, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hvdle Peter. After the meeting, a serial hour will find a cheery atmosphere and

San Lovell co-hosteis. sandwiches cookies and mints urn. Jr, Mrs J. J. C. Cooper, was held In the dining room. The a pleasant setting for the morning
Junior hostesses attending the Mrs. Marvin Sawyer Mrs J. L. serving table was o'erlaldllIh a
Those Mrs. Bobble
O'Leary attmdlng Mrs. were Carolyn Vlicarrondt guest were. Miss Margie Brew. Armstrong, Mrs, Carrie Hobeln, white damask table clctti and meal .

), Mrs Mildred Babb Mrs. ton, Miss Baba Bryce, Miss Dawn Sirs Henry Miller and Miss Kath. centered with beautiful pink ar. SERVED FROM 5:30: A.M. TO 10:00: A.M.
erlne Whitney.Amcng rangement of spring flowers and
Garcia, Miss Lyn Gray Wilson and .
Grace Mears Mrs. Liz Lynn, Mrs j .rt NORTH OF THE
Miss Katherine Peters the more than 130 guests complementary tones of pink has. I 1, t\i: FISHING PIER CATERING GOLFERS
Jean Smith/ Mrs. Emmie Sue El-
lime, Mrs. Carolyn Phanatlel, Mri. Mn. I. W. Hardee, Mrs. n.I.! who called during the appointed kets ef, candy were arranged for \ AND:; THEFERNANDiO.4 AND !FISHERMENGolfers : :
Mattie Schuclt Mrs. Rogers and White and Mrs. Hnyt Lofton were hours was Miss Mar reto Cor. each guest. i :; BEACH Will\ Find Our Hearty

Mrs Lovell.Surprise. In charge of refreshments and arranging lander of Stockholm, Sweden The hostesses for the evening; !i GOLF COURSE Breakfasts First A Happy Tec.Fishermen ApproucaTo
the tea table. were Mrs. Goolsby, Mrs Miry K. ON: THE OCEAN SIDE The Us Your

Guests enjoyed the historical Party Honors : v Moore, Mrs Rizer and 11rl.'er.. I OF S. FLETCHER- --.-.- --AVE Early 1Ioa'IliniCatch: Bring And

Stork display In the family room, where fit ,s4 t L die Lee !Nunez.; ;I LUNCHEON} QtHIL We'll Prepare To Your OwnCREAKFA.
Shower Honors Mn. Evert Elvln presided. Displayed Master ThorntonOn a Thirty-two guests were present .": bY Taste
number of InterestIng RESERVATIOX.LEE .
were a
Mrs. Sammy Alvarez Items of Captain Downcs and 4th Birthday Mrs. W L. Lay WEITMAN :MORGAN :Manager

his\ family, whose home at Old Beach Florida
Master! Dickie Thornton celebrated Phone 2131.3351Fernandina( ,
The Charles' Harrison home on Town his recently been acquired I his 41 h birthday Saturday 'ENTER OF ATTRACTION: at the recent Silver Tea Hostess To Edith
: : : :: : : : : ,
South surprise 14th St.stork. was shower the scene of In as the future home of the Illslml- : afternoon at a party ut City Park, I held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Hrcviton by the i'Flood CircleThe -- .-
a given
honor of Mrs Sammy Alvarez. cal Society. I given by his mother, Sirs Jimmy i Duncan Lamont Clinch Historical Society, WHH a displayof
) Shown were, the Downes family R Thornton, 'I articles including\ picture of the Captain Downes Edith Flood Circle ef the

t Charles The Invited guests were: Mrs. album, a left-handed mustache The little guests enjoyed an afternoi house, recently acquired by the Society, a picture of the W.S.C.S. of Memorial Methodist
Hhatlgan, Mrs. Frank
Snyder, Mrs. James Cottle Mrs. cup of Captain Downos, and a :n of (bon on the playground ('II lito In, a model of a vessel! of, that day a family album Church met on April 14 1164 at the
painting of the Dnwnes home dime I home of Mrs W. L Lay MATERNITY WEAR
ollrrlhllh rrr.'eRhmenll!
Dustman were and other items interest Including some pictures over
Robert Mrs James Hay. \ ; :
by Karyl'Barvus' formeily of Fcr- scr\ed The large while birthdayukI. The mertlng I was culled to order 4
er, Mrs. Dumy Griffin Mrs. Dot 100 years' old. :Mrs Nancy Seihert. arranger of the collec
nandlna Beach.Prominently decorated In red and by the chairman, Mrs. I.ay.l'l\()
McClain, Mrs. Edith Littles, Mrs displayed was the was with of cowboys I Linn Is one of Captain Downed( daughters ''welcomed! the livelsitori and
topped a parade
Charles Howard, Mrs Frank Mac I copy of a sketch, Bird's Eye View I and four red candles Ice cream -- --- twelve ml'mbers.11': .. I.. A. Phelps Look Charming While You Wait
Laren and Mrs. Frank Mayer ,
of the Fernandma Harbor In WM. I and Cokes' were served with cake Ella Hardee Circle Mrs. Hiaqinbotham presented the Spiritual Life dcvolions. .
Appropriate games were playedand done by Mrs. Thomas G. Hall Of I .
the afternoon with the And Active
prizes were awarded to Mrs Interest was a key, reputed to be I honoree Enjoying and his mother wl'rl..1 Holds April MeetThe Hostess To Shirley During a regular business cession Erjoy Being ,

Alvarez. Mri. Howard and Mrs.MacLarcn. to the first Post Office here, Thornton, Cindy Ledford Circle the group\ made plans to prepare ,
which was then located In Old Debbv Tuten ? Townsend'i regular! monthly meeting! of the Communion service .ndi In Our Comfortable, Attractive

The gifts were presented lo the Town, a Run of Ihe ors a brows. and Iliboccn" Adams Parker Tay.lir. the Ella: Hardee Circle was heldIn Mrs. Oris Hlggenbitham wa nI i to serve suppers to the )M''h'uuilsi
honoree In a real cradle attractively urn, hand blown glass bottle, and Timothy Austin. \Dnrlene Parish )Hall at 10 a.m. April 14. hostess to the Shirley l.edfon I t Youth Fellowship In May The rlr. Up-To-Date Maternity Fashions.

decorated A slunk was seated many pictures of scenes In theI800's Camp, I.nnelte Lee Michelle and with Mrs. Sherman Matthews andMrs I Circle of I the First Baptist Churcl 1 i tie plans lo cont.iet a missionary

inside the cradle.Refreyhmcnls and turn of the rent my. I Louts Weaver I Marvin Jenkins hostesses.The Tuesday morning at her home OJ. nn (lease In this country and ofler
of cakes decorated Historical I Items were donated I meeting opened with the the members assembled. Refresh. '1 assistance.
; I (ltd (it town guests were Mrs, of article the I 1 I
reading an from
with blue bmlics: open-laced for the occasion by Mrs. CarrieHobeln. manta were scrxed. The Missionary Education lesson Shifts 2-Piece Outfits
Kircn :
Allen" and daughters,
Mrs Thomas G. Halt, Jerry Wesleyan Quarterly by the chair. was presented bv Mrs, Dim Brownwho
sandwiches and punch were scrv.et' : I ..
hire W. I. Waas led the
and Signe.O I scripture : ; !
Mrs Herb This
Sl'rvln1'1'1'1' !Mrs Harrison Mrs !Nancy; Selbert, George )Davis, man, Bailey wall spoke; on the missionaries In
and her daughter, Sandra. Mrs. Jay Hartels and Dr. J. II. lurs unending were Mrs. J. followed by Ihe reading of "Mir- Mark 11:24. Mrs James Kit Liberia i
L. Thornton, :Sirs Robert Thorn acles" by Mrs Tom I Davis, and rell offered prayer. Mrs W C. i The group Is to meet at the :,
ton Mis George" W. Sislnuik Missionary Education by Mrs., Owens presented the program entitled home ol :Miriam Willis In May Inc Skirts
Mrs\ Fred\ Tonnscnd, Sirs Robert Jenkins. "Baptists" Emerge into Mud'i i i a covered dish dinner I Separate TopsBAilEY'S
Mrs Oren Wainw right, The members decided to ern History, looking briefly a
Adiinn. request i The meeting! was dosed with the
A. S. Allan'sATLANTIC Sirs! James II. Tulon, Mrs. An. large scraps of cloth) be donated, I'I some aspect of the heritage \\hid h..I' benediction and the group was I
Baptists on this cent incut have recelved I
and Mrs Louis Weaver material
title Lie and more purchased so i 1 '' served refreshments
AVK. I that the circle could make from the past I II

Bernice Lowe Circle tional baby clothes to be 'adlll'j Those assisting Mrs. Owen I !

Africa The members of the were: !Mrs. Phil Stewart. Sirs JOHN E. ( Jack )
Mc tin 2Wh to cut the material.: I and Mrs. W. J. Wuos. MATTHEWS
R W. Galphin:: HomeThe I II
The circle agreed to send A prayer retreat was announce,:I I
: I
April I) meeting of the Her. Ilin iiEh the church, some mmu'yi' I for April 21. at Ten Acres fron r I Host t Qualified For Governor Atlantic At 7th Phone 261-4961
nice Lowe Circle of the Methodist for Alaska Relief.After 10.11 a.m. The WMU. Jubilei I' ,
Church was held Wednesday I announcements were made, gathering will be held on Apr!I Authnrl/ed hy C.mpIR" Tr..uter'PJld Pu" Allv I II

morning/ In the home of Mrs. H i the meeting ended with a prayer 28 at 7 p m. at the church will I

W Galphin with files L. II. Pratt, 1 the young people's auxiliaiy p:ir.tlclpatlng. I -

('o.hostess. Officers ElectedAt "
I missions
The community project
Prcccccllng the business meet- Azalea Garden wn church visitation A need for

hut, the hostesses served refreshments used clean children's clothes, for
In the 17 members and one I Club Meeting the church pantry was al80 part DOROTHY JEFFREYS
Idlest, Mrs, R. F Dickens, president fb
I of the project! ,, {,
The Azalea Garden Club was
111 i| t the WSCS.!
Mrs.\ L .
entertained Mrs. W A. )Divls, 1I I Mrs James Kllrell and
Mrs K. P Wilson, circle chair transfer members. !
man presided I :' during I ; the: meeting: : :I :Mrs LeRoy MeMurrav.: and Miss: C.Mrs Snppl'l're Snpp gave the benediction. BALOGH ?
Marie Cure at the home of Mrs. i;, Ja
and 'welcomed: 1.Jil'kl'nl\ as a
J. J. G. Cooper with 17 members''

guest. and two guests present The Guests Shell PicturesDemonstrated ( Deputy Supervisorof
Mrs. Ciu'phln nave the SpiritualLife
were Introduced as Mrs, W, W
program wlikh! was, taken Martin of South (Carolina and i To
from( hue hook entitled! "(hrI5I1allPI'rfel'IIBn. I Registration )
." Mrs. D. R. McClelland of Boston, j Hemerocallis Club

!Mass. {I Y
The Missionary Education was The president t, Mrs II. D Loh. The Hemerocallis Garden Club w.
piesenled by :Mrs L. L. hall Jr. man, opened the meeting with the''I met at the Recreation Center '
To The Voters
Fret Style ,
using ns her topic, "World Rellg- club prayer and brought a report Thursday etenlna III 8 00 o'clock. .
+ SLING SUIT toes Exhibit: at the Worlds Fair' (from t the "Association of Garden < Sirs R. B Bailey presented a
: Low waisted taken from the "Win Id Outlook" Clubs.:: Mrs. Cooper, chiirmnn of''I beautiful picture mounted on bur.

pretend suspendered Mrs Wilson reported she had the hospital committee, gave a''I lap made of shells and things Of Nassau
bodice. Boyleg ron'mlcd the nfllcltil! bimid of the report on work done on the hospital from the sea. The picture was of County:

trunks. 100% church regarding I the pnlntintf of I grounds i: circular design and the tlll'me'os

Helanca Nylon Stripes/ Memory Chapel and icpuirs ID the The nominating committee re. "Shells and Butterflies."

''/', Helanca Nylon electric organ for the Chapel Mrs.. I ported the follim'Ing slate of IIrn',1 j Members of the garden club Due to the pressure of the work at this time in the office of Supervisor
'Wilson nnnouiucd the Vt'irld Fellow errs for next year: Mrs F. 1, jointly arranged another sea pic.

Spandex trunks. ship Group had \oluntcered Hobeln, president, Mrs. J. M I lure on) burlap will Sirs Bailey. of Registration, for which I am a Candidate, I have
$20.95 their set'\iies to assist In remodeling Ground. 1st vice president; Mrs.H This was a center design and the
the Chupel. D. Lohmnn. 2nd'll'l' president '1' predominate colors were lavendar been able to do very little campaigning. I hope before May

\k, The chairman urged all members ; Mrs. S. R. Merrow, Sr., secretary and yellow.Also .
f to attend the dessert and ; Mrs Marie Struss, treasurer i Mrs Ernestine Harvey, 5th to see many of you and personally ask for your Vote. If I

C i1 sMV'la/ next pledge week.fellowship A list at of the prospective church .; Mrs. J. L. Armstrong, publlclty. G.displayed G. Gcrbing.a book Camellia", by should fail to contact you, please accept this as a personal note

: | new nll'l11ll1'rsl'as rend and memo The program was given by Jane I A film on In'l'rll.I hilt they do from me to you, asking for your consideration.
hers were Hiked to' visit these pen. Scoficld who explained how to to lowers and plants, and how to
pie. condition flowers for arrange- cope with them Is planned for the
Mrs. Flu'kens nnnounced the menu The talk was termedery May meeting Vote for the Candidate with 9 years experience as Deputy Supervisor

next WSCS. mel.tlnll111I be held Interesting and Informative Delightful refreshments were
.. thus best qualified to serve as Supervisor of
+ April 27th lit 3'30 flt which time The door prize, a box of petunia! I served by Mrs Jeanette Cather- your

I Rev !Nelson; Mcijer' will show plants, was won by Mrs. J. wood, president of the club Registration.
slides of .Alaska Lynn R'I I
Thirty.nllll''IMItI were reported The May ml't'llnlt.I hlrh will A new book "The Tagging of Thanks sincerely,

for the mm th. be the annual dinner party, will Fishes In Florida." outlines me-
The May nll'l'liniiI 11\\ be a cov. be held at the Surf Restaurant. I thuds and results of research In DOROTHY JEFFREYS BALOGH

creil dish luncheon at the home The new officers will be Installedat I regard to the SchllU Florida Paid Political. Ad.rll..m.nlPate
I ut Mis U K Wuulscy at 10):30.) that time I I 1 3UO,000 Flbhing Derby '

. . .call. rri
? . .

t te".I.'I1Clel'

: Davis Circle Crowing Sea&onlAi given by i tcrnandmfl Peach Florida Thursday, April.. 16, 1961 Page Tlvi I
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Mrs L. X. Nolan. Personals
set Held Monday I Mr. Lockwood gave the Mil. Pull Mlorzojiwskl Mn:\ J, P (

With Mrs. LukeThe ilonary Educational program! "Anon.profl'Mllonal Misses Alice Fn yl' Deny mi"bila I Happenings Around Yulee J Isllrl'. :Mr. Have Alvcrsrn, and
Missionary In Lrl'l'lIl'n1'11I uprntl April Mrs (nrl Qinlllehniim.

Edna Davis Circle if Mo. Burma," 17, 111 and 11! at Rock Eagle!!! rrl'l.I Diane Adams. Ginnv Alversnn
rial Methodist Church mil ai The chairman thanked the mem- I b\'ll'rtaC'hllrrh: Tamp near l IXc Pat Bailey Sonva Benugnot Vary
I he home of Mrs, II, S. Like bin \\hlllll'lprd with the rummage Slur Ga. There was a mootinu last l night: lulla 81'I'II'IIn.'( ; loulse Brit ton,
tunday, April 13 sales held In March and for those I Mr. Wllrv Martin nf niackford. of the I IIl1'n110 will! phv f1n the I Marsha: Dinltl. Vivian Harvey
Prior to the meeting! n'Irish. 24 visit which!! wl.remallll.ll.Inn. S. C wa the guest if Mm JjikArnislionK { Vilee Slew Pllih J HI fill' ill corm.Sanlnlny Girl Scout Troops Jamie .line, (Inilv Justice F*.
rats were served to the I U) man revival('('k, nminI her Kivoiiltlls Pam Klttrrll. Ju'IP
.'It l-HMrn. .'lulie li-e" limy I.IbhyI ,
era present TIlt following announcementsI Mr, and Mr. Frank anil : I thr'lIiI'o |ions
Snyder I A il. { .
111 \Weekend I .
I Enjoy At I.II1IM'I"i-' MJfI.II'Y MM't
tlub held' thill
In the absence of Chairman mndl'fay: maiing to tx family have had ni their rtitnl '
rl. W W Stewart Jr? !Mil. RLoikwood .. hl'ldII a covered dish luncheon, guests Mr Snvtkri parents. Or, t. ;: annual, hurl time /ijtwskl Il-Miltl! 1'ililik. Janet
r. presided and wet. May 4 In Parish Hill The limeh and Mr. F. 0. Snyder, Sr 011 l t > '''! lit Ihl'I 01..1|. line Camp Chowenwnh million. I'-Kv I'hlllill"'nlhl:1, ':
Itniinli! ( f
h'hl'lm Mmni
Piper ) IIII
to 12 41 It bit '"Cress
Corned the member present, open eon mart at p ni The' Black Mountain N. L IIn'I -
lIo1Inn.nn Hi ha Ihi.. Slit'
And h '
1 Dessert I ib
nn the meeting wllh prayer The loyalty suppers: are to beheld 'f '
Mrs Mary Ellen Hirnlinrdl' Julie Taylor, (' ithx' \', Jjni:
Life In Parish Hill Wednesday .1 f' ,n'hoi'in* I0 K ( mlill of the Girl Semi inn
(plrllaal The
program and Thursday evening April 2Janil limit loot weekend In AueiiMa, I .... surely ui IIIIII.i Trill:>, in ,," nmidlmi ih"u'h par.Ih'Imrnl'd White sla lVhlto.
Ga. visiting with Mr, ndIn.! In a camping trip to TltOOP :NO 111
23 m 8 p.m. The WSCS meetIng Tuoiil iv night
JOHN E. (Jock ) In in he held In Parish (Hall Charles Si ill well formerly ,.r Fen. I Iwe h,1I1I tli"tiki'v h-ski'Hi:ill WIlli"i ('1111111 Chowoimih, nnr Green Icartirs, Mi*, Dirk Oilpin.M : .
Mi nd ivpril 27 at 3:30: p,m. nnndina Binrh While Ih'rrIra.! In I the \' ,ilu lIi":1: :Sin '11 01'nt.Everyrnr Crsc acmes over the I 1I1 re kind, J.I T. WI'nlhl'I'rUrll.Ira,
Birnhnrrtl attrnilitl tin MislimGrlf I I 1 11' nine lenniiillin Heath Friday I) nine Nivsimo :Mrs Phno1"Mi -" '
It wan also voted to send dona had) n und I Hint1 ixitpl
I Toiirnamcnl kiikoilRlKht e\enliig, the Scads spent nwcektml : "*, Him aril Hnnnn, Mr. James
Rb Edward
Ih'rot.y.lh' Kit"
linn to the circle missionary In turtle Harsor and MisiAlys if, fun, \ .
Mrs hiking
est Qualified For Governor before the Rime the seniors camping Mimic Mil Louis LoweMm- lnHiafmr
Brazil the Alaska Earthquake Peace of Now Orleans are chicken In the and rulilmr cooking turning! and Mr Bertha Kelly
Paid Pak Adv.Aulhorlred Fund and the Mn. Moyer Cancer their mother, :Mrs Goo. sponsored a supper Smdiv morning
by CampalMn. Treasurer visiting school ralrlerla Silly!\ Men' Dibrn. Blanchard.
Fund Peace, Sr I I Don't forw I the Talus Volunteer Tho Hrnwnlr troops spent Just 1 Bicrlv 8"hnnnon. Kay BijolteDiam .
Misses Huth Cox. Brenda Board j Pin-nun Kill'i DiTiidav. In the duly Saturday: gullied by 1111'IrIl'adl'r Burn. Amy Crumplir Cirollne .
and Gall MrKl'ndrre11\ )leave! Yulec. +, motlurSi and the older Dickens Julia Ann Dressier,
Friday for Deland to attend the I The Junior are hnoy practicingtheir 'out iThe Kalhy Galphln Lynn Goodlng.
A.S.Allan'sATLANTIC stale Y,W,A. Conference session play which- will be pit.suited following. troops, their adult Kay Hanna Bitty! llardee. Denise
The girls will represent the First COIN I>ISPLA\AUCTIONS S, EXHIIUTS, and spirited April 24Classifieds, leaders, and 1'1'11I11 members inJin Hiafnir, Nina llerrlnnnn Jnniii
Baptist Cliurrh YWA discussions! were the rule Bt the Monday evening meet- 'eil the, ('h"lI'l'nll'nh art iIt h's' Stir' KolDinm! Klein I.ourui

AVE. Mrs H J. M(-FBI'hnd. Mrs, IRK of the Itnic inter Coin Club. Members! of the Pimil I Off TROOP NO ate Lowe. Janet Maya, Lnrralno'Continued
Ralph nuBols and Mrs, John Numismatic; SIdetyl're Ruests for the meeting. Shownin Pay Lenlirs, :Mis,, Hub Bailey, MM. ( on pace/ nix)
4/ --- ---- -- -
Klarer attended the W M U Anew the foreground are left to right, Dr. J. II. Hrltton and

elation meeting last Thursday at I.o'im.in well,known lot I collector. In the hn 'k- ---- .
the Milliard Baptist rhiiuhMrs Harry /u it < ,,0))>11' ,
ground left to right are :Mrs. 1.. ('. (louuh. Paul l'I-h.
Hill Joyner daughter ol CONTINU7S
Mr and Mrs. H F) Hihtrts Is .iresienl! of the Urn'cancer Club Ed M thorn',')'. ,secretary! a a 1 55 SALE :

reported lining nicety following and standing, Allan Swanwiik, president of the lu\al THRU SATURDAY
a major surgery, She ls In Glvn Society j t
I \ :
Memorial: Hospital In Brunswick


I Mrs Rose Rippenllne has re. I
( I turned) Jn tier homo/ at S. Fllirntt: I
II deck Itnnd/ TImR\\andll. New
York after spending l own i months
with her daughter Mrs. Albert

i Smith and family In \uke u r k lir

Mrs. Phillip H. Henrlson dough
Icr iif Mr and Mrs. V K Silih;
arrlvid tmliv Tliuisdiv from
? 1ws.A'tf
Mulway City. Callliinia' Mrs.
Hi'arlson. the former Peggy Selph,
will spend 6 weeks here visiting
her family and friends
Sister DcChantal administratorof + FOR 'TMI( ''{WIICE OF PLUS 1' j

Saint Vincent Hospital In J ck.sonvllle e t *
today Thursday und 11 other as guests sisters of sncnl Mrs., I : LlL"' TteecU SHOP EARLY }'

Cat Wtft, J. J. G. Cooper at her home on 1 V"e 'fJ.M I JTI QUANTmES.EvirydaY 1 1D

South Fletcher Avenue,

Charles A. Butler who Is
Exciting Ledr
I GEORGE \\INANS local coin (collector In shown
FRENCH LEAVE presently attending Naval War Drug JVe rfs Shaving Needs
College at Newport R. I., spent with a portion of her expansive collection which Injuries!

Clean cut stripes the past weekend as the guest of! gold coins, early currency and first day stamp covers. 69c Rubbing Alcohol 9intPMfllCIANI / 98c Pre-tlectrlc Shaven
circle the bra his parents Mr and Mr. Gordon The occasion wan the recent loint meeting of the Iluira I IUDOIONI rnl ....... *f fU n IA.OA'f I.h.. .h...,. 0..........2/99C/
and hip yoke Butler neer Coin Club and the Duval Numismatic! Society. 89c Lacto Bismadlne onncl / F Shave Lotion 0/QQC
button trimmed boy Mr and MM JHB Sl'nfll'ldand .iri... lieu' w'.m.h/-.. t3UJ1 D98c! 0 II, I,.,. ...... ..........?.tJJD98c
shorts. 100% children Janet and Mary nt & fV
Helanca Nylon, Atlanta Ga. will be the guests .IK. foi I.Nh.e and Helanca Nylon this weekend iif his parents, Mr Exhibits Auctions and Trading Fill Baby Oil o/tnc/ Men' Cologne OlQQe
Lycra Spandex and Mrs II J. Seofleld lUDCIONi, i..l ..'i/JU/ !.I"I..I..r> b.ni............. 43| lD98c
.. x trunks, .I Mrs Susanne Day of Clarks Monday $1.79 Sleep Capsules OHJO Men's Deodorant 9/QQC/
$20.95 ?hrl vUlc. Tennessee, has "bun visiting Buccaneer Coin Club Meeting D cosmos lonlxdl, .... .. .. ,..L\\\\ T.uilt. "R-e'.,. tin.......t j B 3
I here with her mother Mrs 69c Mineral Oil '
Mule Strum She will !return A mm pnld $B for a pi'nnv Mon- I'on who signed II and hew' mon n WAIOHIN dl.. hr.v,. pint......... .2/10'l rEJ .. .
rl w .. ki .. I home the first part of next week day niuht and' II wnsnt a Irish copies\ were printed at the 11 mi, 98c Acne Cream ..... TOl,e'"e, 1
'00 I' I Mr. and Mrs II L. Pence and l'lIh'r. The maxim wa the J'lnmertlntt The coin rnllidors wire ,'lIlrrlainI'd KIUM Hid' ,, k..l I II98c -.I............ 2/99c/ : '
I I children Harry L and Gregorj iif the Bin' 'cunrcr (ili) I I during the meitinu/ bv ail Eye Drops 0 VIe Cold Cream ninr
,i I of New Orleans spent last week Club and the Pivnlumistrnlii I pel Ions suns hv the fnmnns Glad n ANimlN' iMlhlni mOd. Its!..........2/99c/ KMICTION/ frnhiy m.d.. 1........... //9I/ ]e
I 1 end with his mother Mrs, George Society. find the IIII! ) S cent wn'pnhnbly I tones." Hex Dudley Fred Bond 98c Saccharin 0QOe33 89c Shampoo with Egg /
Peace Sr.Stork. worth every penny of Its Mercury Kavnuklls Don Illmmil, o Ions lb. Tdblili. ....w.M.. // D Formula >*. b.....................2/90./1
price, man of the Golden Isle Chorus 53c Walgreen Aspirin | | 89c Bubbling Bath lnn
During( the din auitlin In'hi at I'd Mihomv, secretary of I In: 0a...sl..d q..III", |.|.., 100".........2/54c 1 0 ",,,. hNn' .m, ,1.., ,.. r.... ......"....' eD
1 Club the mating I blddinn was eallul I I lluccancir! (lush, welromul 1 lbKIII < 45e Gly. Suppositories o/ir./ | $1.29 Hand Cream m
"splnlid." Snikli! rill of umirculiitid 'sis with a history of the Isl uids' Inl.." *. .4ulll .Id..1 in. ..........//ID/ D PurlCflON M..,ho., 1001 Mil. t..,,,.n/l,/I
I.hu'olu crnl. 19311 f] J PI iladtlphla I eight! flims. Alter the program! 39c Cold Sore Balm 980 Roll-On Deodorant ninn

ficccnt arrivals at Humphreys were sillliiK for $151 per Allm Swanwlik. prexldent of I hiDuvil D 'ttD39c !. lab., ..... .......... 2/40/ 0 TIDY, Polnll Iw Mvr W....,,,.,,...//33a
''lt l Memorial hospital: nil DiHir prices of iuinii ni ilicIrrlallnu Soilily" thanked the Hue Merthiolate <

-FASHION A daughter. Charlene lynn born ( to iiurincyi' value were concurs for an enjoyable ,'vI'nlnranll ,.. I I..., >illl.... ...........,2/40/ .
exlemled Invlialion It, thin ,,'' Htir f
an ,
April 1 to James and Anmltc given $1.00 Glide Celenate reparations
'liT I p,1..sM wV.lae. Batchelor 5 Points, A hluhllKht! of the program wa lu be Kiiest of the Diva) t'llibI' O '.w .' *r ./.'..../ lu .,hl.'.'. hit.....2/101/
i''::1" ..IRUVAL awls A daughter Dinna Jane born the niimrrou dlsplavi owmd by a slmil.ir show In the near (titmice 191 Zinc' Oxide / Waving Fluid
>>" April 2 to Lynn and Jesse Mac various llueiqneer Club mimbir. D AM,kili.. Onlm.nt, llDS1.29 ..............11801/ D39c::0 ,. NM-uMy, tn............ /4UCD$1.39
t: Freeman. Rt 1 Yulee. Paul I'lsh president of the Hue.canur CARD OF THANKS' Antacid/ Liquid' 1131KIIIIII Hair Permanent 0/141/

.V daughter/ Brenda Sue. born Club, exhibited a compute Mere wirdn; can mvcr cxpro N, /.., .. 17.., .....:.-ID98c !.1.; ,. .. ,,.,..................tlD89c -
l if April 4 to Simon and Mattie Croft collection of fun'iui: rains and cur. how gruliful we are to iMivon- Headache & fain Tablets / Cream Hair Dressingnn./

[ 1, Halley Rnnd miry and a Kpiilul( ilisphy ofovir ( for Ihe prayers. fliwirs fid l.l,. ,,,.../ 1001, ?,...2/99C/ 50. 1..1. kMri...............// *
A daughter, Aiitliey Lynn Smith, !ilK) ililfornit mint error suits mid cords during/ thi Ins 4ge Milk of Magnesia 9CfltWAlOHtlN | Vie Dandruff Shampoo 4fan.rolMUtAlO .
born April B t In William and Ami Mint erroi" liming" rains whiill if our In'loved ion und brother D MnlMPImi, fill. .,... '/JU D ,, Mtntnlnl, .-..........Z33D89c ,
rev Smith, 22110 Horiila Ave, wire printed It h missing' d'uls: 59c Laxative Tablets
9CflCWALCKIfN / Foam Oil Shampoo
A son Richard- Michael born I are 111I.* blank' |)''aiHl 'U or IreWe would like ti> thank Kev 0..". ..1..' 141 ......tOUD69c 10 r., rf", Mir, I..,.........tJUD89c 1.
April 6 to Harold und (anna June doses or gel. t ilinpid by mulish I Jamie Dunn im, Rrw I harm WII Smokers' Tooth Pditeaiin, .

Lucas I ; P :; Box 412.; I Birnlirborn I coin on I hipriiluitlui: lim and:! Ham. Dr Kin Pkkoim! und A daughter, Unh.ira' j have u ,'rf'RI'I'lIt.Khap'd bile tubas Staff lor Iliilr kimlicim.iiWe
Koller Mouthwash
April" 7 InIlI"n:! Road and Mar. out of Hum, cull" mver repay all the lIIan1 h.. mo.lh. ,,. 2/lQc/ 0 IOHMUIA$1.69 JO Hair, llD89c .Spray...................2/1"/ .
lima Striikhnrt Burley One ixluhit if part imnlsr hid'r
A daughter, I.aura l Ixnetlltburn '. chi was thiit uitililbiilid bv Drug 111'181 kindness hiliIe I prny(1011'n Baby Needs
; till'ssliiK in rash i ne
Apnl A In Ilirold and Slur IKikir DHS the hauls and mini .
ron Knntsin. tan: ) S fith Sirett pin or wink thai bin father bud signs ill Vivian Koy and "willh' Baby Lotion -

I William Sieves Griffin done In year past wa called Key i IUICIONI............jinn((9U : jo'" OMstn Vitamins59c ,/
[ Rev and Mm, W U. Grilfin of "very Inn'renting," by Priidnllllnh Children's Aspirin
.a' C >viimu>n. da. anniuiue the birthof Duker rxilnmeri that the Grip," Dangernu D WAIOHIIN llnlll, I'4i, 100''I.......,,2/60/ 0 $$3.98 AYTIMAL W/MIN. 100'..... 2/3"/ .
a ."n. William Sfvin!' on April lien were the terms used" ti' priM TORONTO: Getlhm mad air 7it Babykof Syrup

8 >it Newton County Hospital Mrs the disiin of the 1lanl'hI'lM.If rewnlinil the boss tun ton'* D 0..... lar ,.' .....h, ............... 2116c D $&,95 DLAVITE I'M" Then.loo'.21610/
anlvn Ox. Induslrlil uiililinlH. 'lioloti
jrilfin Is the firmer bliiuk coin a pxyyi "

r ky d.iuilil nl Mr. and Mrs, IL I I Oilur ixhlblts including" over 12 lot told the IntliHlrldl Aiildin O (75c h'd.I.' Casloria..".., .................:?2/J6'/ 0 $$3.29 OLAYITOL SOLUTION "......2/321/ :
O, OxlryPaternal. rnlrh'R.11'1'1.' only iiirriuiy Piivciitlon AHMM'lutlnn Kuiumacmotlnii ; 79c Child. Cough Syrup ;
r grandparents are Mr. broken bulk: mates rnrrl'n"y i sties "inmplHely erase onnbillly i D 2/80c/ :
Ipmhl. WAIGMIN I.le. a.r....... D $$2.19 AniMAL MULT VIT. n.22"D /
I end Mrs W, O Griffin Sr.. of i, primed by hanks "which sibs.qucnlly f> (prrielve what Is "Kiln :
Dawson, Ga Mrs,, Oxliy. who has | vent bnkti ,'Ivlllor on around us." I-ark; S. Ilunnafurtl Cold RtmtditsD98c i:: $5.19 GERIATRIC TABLETS io-.2/S/ >
bein with her iljimhlir for sev. iirnnty. und pimnl day curreny IHmt'r laltly dirt, 'ctor (o .
.' oral wicks will nlurn h" me this (. Same of the printed currencywas the American Telephone and Till Vaporizer! Spray OlQQc D SES'SrT.,21"J3 / .
weekend I if creat value depending up graph Co, declared M.d"col.d di.....llanl, 111? A/93/ $$138 VITAMIN C ;
___ _______ _____ .
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D 1 I ANHIIN$ C.MSM.iJOl Antihist.: t Vit.. C.tabs..,.*41181)//I ) D $ .79 SUPER MTINAl f.VM.l.:; ::::l...2/3'/ :

afr I, D I ANiniN. Anlkl.lem m 511 ,.. 2/)50//)II $$645 .2/6"/

r (!tarrr (!fluhYl DAILY SPECIALLunch..97c..Dinner 0 I $1.19:. .,Antihist.. r ;, Syrup......fl/IN/ D $2.8918.$ AYTIMAL W/MIN. 1000..21ZO/ .

< Cold Capsules 9/QflC/ AYTINAL JR.
D89 D $$2.49 MYUAYah:100.....21210/ .
in.il.v.. 21', ......... CjwuD63c

Contour Tapered Sportshlrts Bismadlne' Tablets D $$1.39 COD LIVER OIL .2/1/ '
.I P..mpt.l.", 1001D79 ,,,.... 2/64c/ "" .. .. ... :

Choice of Meat. 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked <.Analgesic N, !.">. mmcta Balm nliif I l'f.l...11801/ 0 $$1.1! IREWUS TEAS TAR sw.. 2/P/ :

b Trnvalso I Deviled Crabs A Specialty WAAS DRUG STORE

I I::: J OIKSKRKTRmi'EHome : ; : t+
'" :

Classic deep tone Batiste! oxfords are perfect for any Made ChiliFAST .

occasion. Authentically tailored by Truval wish Mi M

traditional button down collar, box pleat and back COURTEOUS SERVICEOPEN 11 v' SHOP DURING ONE CENT SALE DAYS :

loop. Available In exciting new fashion colors. 7 DAYS A \\EI.K: 7r:::o A.M. TO 11.00: ) ) I'M. ti's r me W* Invil you to lime In ,and hop tht'mony r rti
bargain en loU In tvtry dtpartm :
SHOPPING BAG ,n. .f lh. itar a'uring *vr ONI CENT ;
Sands SALE. There ore big loving far you, In. .
eluding "many mar iMmt of 1< Sale pletl .
AT OUR DRUG DEPARTMENT thai fpac dan. not permit 01 ta ihew.dna :

313 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261.4241 ..



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.e Six News-Leader] Fcrnandina Peach. Florida Thursday April 16, 1961!)
Nancy While kens, Kay Kelly, Judy Littles, Pat

County 4-H Girls log a room for a teenage Klrl! She May I and 2. Tills Council I li: TROOP NO. 493 Pcndlelon, Jennie Peterson Jane JOHN E. (Jack)
won first place In the County thnrifc'd with the rcsponsiblllly c> ft Jjetos jjotetf & Leaders, Mrs. Robert C. lljrvcy Philips, Kathy Piper, Vicky Robas :
Take HonorsAt I Mrs. Barbara Bryan Mis Emory Doris Rowland, Beth Stwait, Sherry .
Top Events Day and nave her demonstration rewriting the ..11! Conntltiiliiit I MATTHEWSBest
II D Melts, Mrs. Howard Millsaps, I Thomas, Sharon Tlnsley, Diane
on TV Channel 4. Lyn forming a joint boys and girL 5 I
District Meet The Eastern Star will meet Tuesday at I at the Mis Mildred Tulen ,
will compete at the Stale Event Itrnup Masunlc Temple p.m. Babb, and Mrs Bernice Carmen Vann Paula Vran. Qualified For Governor
Nassau I I Day In Gainesville on May I and Oilier Nassau County contest Mills I ('ken. Pat West, Mary Welsner, Paid Pol. Adv
County walked
girls 2. She Is an vulftlandlntl, 4.11cr.Attn I ants at the! District Events Dij p "ft Beth Anderson, Kathleen Babb. Candy YaunghloodSlcn Barta. Authorized by Campuifn TwaiurertENEMl
away with top honor at the Din.Irlct : The Hibiscus Gordon Club will meet at the home of Christine Bailey, Sylvia Beugnet, .
Johnny Pate from Cnlldhan n --- -- ---
Pralor were
V Events Day held at Palatka from Collahnn wulel'c.ted Mrs T. II. OiHilsby April 20. at 8 p m. The door prize Is to Joann Boyett, Penelope Brltton,
on Saturday, April 11. Lyn Quar. representative! for the Girl; who won second In tractor driving be given by Mrs T, J. Corbettr Vlekie Bryan, Ell/.iibi Ann Good-
The Turnadnri from Callahan a 5
Icr from Callahan won first plate I Council of District V to represent 4.11 band won second In Klmrc the i < In Miscellaneous Demonstrations the District at the Slate CountIInutting Those Donald The Edna S. Ward Bible Cliss will meet at the home of Patricia Ann Mills, Maryam Mill-
fun boys arc! Nutt
:wild her demonstration on arrang- I to be held In Gainesville Mrs J. J. Hamilton with Mis Lewis O. Carpenter co-hon. saps Patricia Moore Toni Robus,
_. .. .. _. Terry Smith Tommy Edwards, r.ti1b.fli
--- -- -- -- iest. The date Is Tuesday, 21, at 8
-- -- and James Willlamii April p.m. Linda Faye Thornton, Nancy Tu.
'* '* ten, Bonnie Jones

The seeimd quarterly meeting/ of the St. Peter's Church. TROOP NO. 181 __
Nassau County ,omen Is scheduled fur Monday evening, AprU 27 In Whitley Leaders Mrs William Alsept

Han Theatre Style Show Set A-IU be Hall the, beginning members ut of 8 SI.p Monicas m. llosieises Chapter lor The the onecnliveonrd evening Mrs James Music. Mrs. Ray.mond .

Gough, Hlso LiTallle,
) will meet .
For April 23 prior to the qiuricrly meeting at a dale
ind time to lx announced President Mrs. and Mrs. Doe Blulock ,.
Phone 261-1849 C. E. Beach Mgr. by Betty Gaines.
Teresa Alcept, Becky Blaloek. ,,
-- Club wumtn' and 4II girl of f ft <'>> it .
Drbble Blaloek, Diane Blaloek,
Nassau County will show resultsof The talluhan Lions Club will
sponsor an old fashioned
.. Marie Carter Ccirbett,
FRIDAY fr SATURDAY their "kill to the public In aHtyle fish ny intpni M), at 7 p.m. at the Callahan City Ball Park. Lynn Fcrehand, Karen Gough,

APRIL 17 & 1 1H allow on Thursday April 21at Susan LaTaillc, Debra
t the IllRh School Auditorium In -- --- ---- -
Friday 7:30: ) Saturday 2.5:: (> & 7tO:: ) Callflhan The show with the I Cathy Reid Pat '! (MUSIC'j
Debra Smith, Neil Smith,
theme of "April In Paris" will be. Rotarians Hear I Girl MODEL T8-414Y
Janet Thornton, Kathy
"HE RIDES TALL"Dan gin at 730; p.m. Participants are Troops
.. to be at the auditorium it 7;00 I "
equipment ambulance, and
(Continued from five)
Durjea .
pmTlii Leaders, Mrs Charles Brewer TWO DOOR 14 14REFRIGERATOR.FREUERI
Tornados musical group They raise their own' livestock Meek Pamela Melvin Ann Mcr. and Mrs. Wililnm [l-eusehner,
Friday 9:0: !) Saturday 4:0': !) and 9:09: ) (from) Cullalian will perform before and have! all the necessary equip. row Sandra Miller Joy Music Judy Aldny, Jan Seville BrcndiBolclcn REFRIGERATOR.FREEZER
the show and at intermission m c'nt to lake care of them Ilolley Newsome, Debbie Sims Beverly Brewer, Barbara SIANTRRO.DEGREE FREEZE,
This In an opportunity to sec In I'm, I the first buys from the find ?Maxine Marie Struss. Donna I I I Broadwatcr, Lynn Bryan, Rita I : HOLDS UP TO US LIS. s No, Difroitinf ass, not ives
THE INNOCENT"m ever styles produced by the skill ranch graduated fiorn the Swanec Lee Surlann Shirley Thornton,, Coek Ent/mmgcr i Gall FROZEN FOOD) FriazirlIII !
ccl ingenuity of the Nasmu County Public School In LIve Oak Suzanne We' lhprrord. ;lln.C) Mary Godwin\ ) Anita'I Hall!, i AUTOMATIC DEFROST Zirt Deini Freirer,
AUD1E MURPHY SANDRA> DEE. women and ((Iris. The public Is In the latter part of March aNI'oup TROOP NO. 4:5Ll'aders : Ann Hardce Carman Hogan. 1 REFRICEMrOR' Holds,)) up to 121 Ibi.I I ISlidiOutShelml

TECHNICOLOR Invited There! U no admltulin fee of the boys burned the last Mrs W K. Berglund S 8 I I y Johnson Teresa i SHOE.OUT SHELFI 2 Ptrcilil
ThisI as orlfilnally scheduled existing mortgage on the raneh Mrs. Harry Carr Mrs Bill Hog.an Kleht Janis Lewi-lien, Brcncla 2 rORCEUIN VUETMU Vegetable Driwen!

for Friday, April 24, but due! to A part of the Ritarluns' program Mrs. Bill Was Mrs. Herb Little Beth Long, Chailotle Mc. ; ORAWHSI 13.7 cu. ft Net Volume
SUNDAY & MONDAY eonlllct hns been chunked toIIIUtSDAY. Is to have several senior White, and Mrs. Joe Gooding Guirt' Thea Lane McKcndrcc I .
APRIL 23 boys attend their meetings through Beth Maijorlc I!
APRIL Alday Gall Anderson, La. rl'V, Marcia Miller,
&. 20
out t the year the following boys lira Lynn Berglund Noree Dudley Rebecca Moore Juliannc Owens' $289.95 $329.95Five

Sunday 2tO:: () & 7:10:: Monday 7:30:: were Introduced by Lclge Smith Barbara Gaines, Peggy Galphin Susan Stewart. Jane. Ann Stouffer,
Stabbing Charge Norman Knight' Ken SIrlekland. Marsha Gcraghty, Martgen Good. Janis Tiller:' "' .
Clifton Little Ing. Donna Lee Hasclden Leslie TKOOP !NO 251
"KINGS OF THE SUN"YUL /Ifonllnued frcim Pane One) In the absence of President Hugh( Hogan Jcannlc Malone, Jan Ml). Leaders Mrs A. B. Cook Jr. Points
HKYNNKRTECHNICOLOR Stone, Jr., vltc president Jim Icr, Kathy McCluin, Deborah Po. and Mrs. Sam Stewart. I Grocery & Hardware
At the preliminary hearing, Asslstant Beard presided. '
State Attorney Thus. J. well! Vicki Waai, Fran Watson Ann Cook, Gail Cook Jan Die.
Shave Jr., handled the stitcca -

.. c and Public Defender Mcr.tury .
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Kavouklln acted for Fullard

At the arraignment Fullard was
adjudged Insolvent and Kavouklli
was named to handle his defense.
% The Public Defender asked for
time to prepare his case and the
S case Is expected to be heard In

the near future. I

: IS YOUR CAR SAFE FOR J JoyceesContinued

( from Page One)

J Williams Charles Harrison, Ben I

Groce, John Wllnehcr. Davis Lit.
Find out for sure by taking this quiz tie Ferris! Jones John Tester

: ANSWER HERE Leon Jones. Jim Be.tty, Bill Lcuschner .
: and Bob Flncannon
All vehicle' owners are urged to
.O Do your brakes Rt'ablK\Ieal.) participate In this safely project\

pull to left or right? _ U I t will take Just a few' minutes for
the check.
Q Does your brake pedal plunge all

the way to the floor when you _ _
apply your brakes? Dale Carson

Q Does your car wander or weave? I ?
Veer to left or right? (Continued from Pniii! One)

0 Are unbalanced wheels making _ Several Jayeee! awards are also "j"H'
your tires wear fast and unevenly? presented to members for Individual .
efforts during the past year.
O Does your engine stutter jerk, _ The occasion also serves to present .
falter stall?
or the newly elected Jaycee of.

HATS YOUR ANSWtRSi If answered f to the community ',
you 5Yes'e Invitations are being sent, how. w- ,
: to ANY of these questions, you need... the public Is Invited For reservations 5,0 -j' ';
call Larry Galnoui at ny: ; O5,
Summer Safety 261-5824 The cost Is $2.50 per per. 41v 'r
'., ,h ,
Tlr $ fO" son. ,
,,e atv *
ServiceBrake ;:

Trade At Home4ktL

adjustment! Front end alignment -

1 Pun front whttie Only rL__ Only
and inspect. brkkt. -
lining and Ford MuiUng Hardtop '

.. It ClOIon. "'"drynaa"119\ 1 1All 650 .
Ind *diu.t .

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seat ( without
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pay e Cigarette lighter Clove box light e 2 auto. brakes .170,cu. in. 6-cylinder engine.

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i I News-Lender: Fernnndina.Beach. Florida Thursday, April I 16, IOU Page Seven!

Minnesota Twins Farm Clubs Winding Up Spring Training As Season Opening Games Draw Near I

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Y t LrS HILL right secretary and one of the owners of
< the \\i'ronsin Rapids of the Midwest: League, looks! on .M.l

appro>'inffl.v M.in.iner:\ Joe Christian, left talks" with ,
r : two' of his" most premising! pitchers: George TaNma! and ... w

; Irs Pahcii. Hill is" ipllmistlc over the chances" of the this. fur hi. baseball
,. t"'rtM .nna, DON) CROSS, well-known in area *
R-.w. : ? fw..F Rapid in their first" season as a Minnesota! Twins farm JUST HIT LIKE: THIS:: FELLOW: says fern Morgan to
the look at the autographed ability at Knijlewood! High in JiukwHuille, gets a few
bat. Morgan is manager of the Bis- pointers on catching from his manager, Harry Warner
Jter; gels instruction on the fine art of pitching from his --- ---- Louisville Slugger
i [manager, Ralph Rowe, of Wilson in the Carolina League .w mark. landan entry in the Northern League and S/>' of Orlando in the Florida State League. Warner Is also

r' Minnesota Twins scout as he compares kownv will he his" third saiker. Skown. former out well known in this area as' a former standout player in
/corn-J' L standing! quarterback at the I'nnersit of limit, feels the South Atlantic League\
Slants that he has" a brighter future in baseball" than foot
ClassicBowling -- dal i

IFFAIR/ PLAY LeagueBY CURTThe GORDON; Little and Senior Tennis Recreation Classes Center At If you don't want ,

and Senior day afternoon when they meet tin
Little Leafiiie ( to repaint again
HENRY ELLIS League baseball ieasnns will open I strong Green Cave team at lit League Seasons Ki'lilstrnlloiis are Hllll being R(. I rxi
Week of 49I I''un Monday April 20 The Little local park al four o'clock\ evicted\ for I he I tennis ilansn start- .w i 5 r,
I Tram Standings W ; Pint I League Katnc will be played al IIi vt <:r inn S.iliiid.iv, April Bill I ,. The teen in this decade. i
I 1 Glenn Sinclair 44 3r( 79 park at the Recreation Center The Pirates will have their Open On MondayBY tills (uKeii 12-17)) will meet fiom I ji
I B & H Enterprises 4t 33 34741 I while the Senior League nil\) play Football Basketball Banqiie 11,30.10:30:: n m? and the adultl'Iass $ ..'
lladelen Lanes 42 36 :3933>:;:> at the City Bull Park The Little Thursday night of this week at tin cur CORDON will meet Horn 10 30.II:..10am : us.LUC.TE
r Western Auto 30 48 33241 League will have games em Mon High School Cafeteria The mothers at the Alluolie Au-nuc hniiliilourM
3-Camet I spearhcadeithe The 14 Little league and Son. All llit'M liiUTOiicd are (
High Team of the players i
I day afternoon, Tuesday afternoon I o'wow3
I 1 Madden Lanes 1378 and night!, Thursday ulttrnoon and drive to !give the boys the bin. bur Leagues/ will' open baseball lie. urged to register Immedlntely as house paint
Western Auto 1481 night and Friday allermxn The quet linn here Monday afternoon and reMiflrallonn ,,11bl'\ accepted ana
Glenn Sinclair 1360 Senior League will play Monday fr: I
I 1 high Ind. 1-Gamei through Thursday with Friday of the most ama/lng sport:! I will Rot the season underway wllli. The tonne cnimiitii of! eight In- New "LUCITE" goes en effortlessly, ,f ..
at The clock al the Little and there will be a small fee stucco brick masonry
Cecil Hedge 619 In the schedule groups. The King/! and His Ceiur I a game sane cover -
being the open date I Park the Recreation Don Culdwoll will cinder block. Ones In |lust on. hour
Johnnie Williamson 587 softball team will be In Jackson League at for the course .
Center and the Senior League Mill be the Instructor to form a weather tight protective
Archie Smith 555 afternoon to plajPainters ;
vllle Sunday
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High Team Game Poultry team at the follow with a game at the City For further Infoimnllin and reg. shape ITtt' ;
Charlotte and Wilson old Is In good
II paint
Atlanta .
"Kynei'outstanding sense Hadden Lanes 544 have departed from the Spring I Jncksomlllo) Baseball: Park, Tin:I Ball Park at eight o'cltxk Monday hlratlon tontail! the RecreationDepartment Brushes and hands clean up Neuee/nM ..
of /fair play It one of the Western Auto 523 Training scene to journej home King and his Court Is a four-mil night <2l>l-52fili last and '..5Wllh Just water. MAtw4laM i
most important attributes Glenn Sinclair 501 ''Iur the opening, Atlanta team Eddie Feigner, The King/, : The MelhndM Braves under the -- -- --- -
Ind. Game season 43.130 batters. I of Vernon OoiiKlai and HOII limn "link will hate cone'en.
Ms new office colli for. High mused to Daytona Monday before, has struck gulduiue $8.55 SAW
Hands, therefore the family
J 247 will take the Chrm- stun
Cecil Hodge for Atlanta We will gel a Game lime Is 2 P.M. I Joe SttiblU on
ORLANDO SENTINEL 201( I leaving the opening Kume ol tan ml out for the night
I Johnnie Williamson chantf to see Jack MiKcon and & b Cell Cubs in
Archie Smith 200 Joe Thrift ate lefthander for the season who will be (waded by '
High Scratch Bowlers his AllauU season team In Jacksonville during the. regular AI) Coach George Tyson's Pirates Red Bean and Elbirt Gill The MORE SPORTSON \ NASSAU BUILDING& SUPPLY (0I .

i Cecil Hodge 247-61 E\ann and his Charlitto \llormlH tossed a no-hit, no.run ball garni Rotary Jets under Harry Pelcri

Johnnie Williamson 201-587 and Ralph Rowe and his Wilson last Friday against the Orange and Billy Burbank will play Free thKlwanli < II I 1129 South 8th. Street .. l'hone261-3848, .!! ,
Archie Smith 2005555Hilly team le-lt Wednesday for their respective Park Raiders. Thrift struck out Senator guided by PAGE 9 %
.Kilter Skldjiufcefc.. .v!; > 117-542 I i' cities; *' .* 7 and walked 41n-tos8ing a'van Townsend! and Orls Higglnbothan
Joyte -"t 207-514 frft #: all pitchers dream of on Tuesday afternoon
James Lynn 181-503 I Bill McRae one of the (finest Monday night at the City BallPark f
, High Average Bowlers looking/ pitching prospects ever togo ,I Steve Beckett slashed the bal the Stags under the able dl
Cecil fudge 188 through the baseball programIn last week when he collected foul rectlun of Tom Michael will baltic FERNANDINA BEACH
rdd P.I Ikal Ad.th..mwr Johnnie Williamson 186 I Fernandina signed his pnfesilonal hits In four trips to the plate I the Ford Felons who are managed
u ---. baseball contract this week I which Included two long triples I by Charlie TomlinsonPregame ) _
and will play for Quincy, JIIlnuls Chip Wood and Ronnie Sapp collected .I eremonlei will take "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES'1
I 4'gnfs' of the 11M.West League Quincy three hits apiece In the I plae al both ball parks 10 all:: I
Is a farm team of the Kansas City same gamer! fans ihould be ready to attend the :
Athletics. McRae has been noting I < -tt Little League opening then move:
< I \ out at the Athletic Iralnlng I The undefeated Pirates play sal t lover to the City Ball Park for theopening
lei +a die at Daytona Beach to Green Cove Springs here .'r4 of the Senior League tea- Directory Furnished By These Merchants and Business Men -

6 day afternoon In a crucial game ol I -
ro Dannv Griffin, the other half 01 the baseball season It should be, Suburban
the McRae.Griffin pitching pra a good one and a large turnout l I.I It's Time To Think of George's
here, Is slated to pitch for Ihe expected to see the game that gets I r !Storing! Winter Garments! !
Florida' week Guitars on the against Gator road Kentuclth's Irlp. I underway at four otlock. DRY CLEANING Machine Shop Propane Gas (0.

Griffin and Ilk Rae were pllchu I, SPECIAL SERVING ALL
v foes In the early Little\ Leugihaschill i Trade At Home 2 N. FRONT ST. tt JETTIES TOUR NEEDS IN

program here and wei $1 For 8 Ibs. Machine Work LP GAS AND

Boat ShowFREE on through Babe Ruth, high seta\ JOHN E. (Jack) Month of April Only Add It Minutes rer GAB APPLIANCES
j Family and American* Legion&: ball*r logetht ASKINS Welding, BrazingMarine rlllndl.a Harbor 7 South 7th St.

Fishermen are bringing In a MATTHEWS LAUNDROMATSouth Repairs Phon. 261.\661:\

! SEE THE NEW 1964 few talches no". Leo Jreemo Special Service To RIGB LOW
drum with the large Best Qualified For Governor 8th Street Shrimp Trawlers
I caught four T H K I N G
Accessories weighing 62 pounds Willie S\\pall PHld Pili Adv. OPEN 21 HOURS( A DAY All Work GuaranteedFriday, April 17 .
Boats Motors caught a 33.pound drum while V1C Authorized bv CHmp.ll Treasurer
:. Morgan brought In a two-fiu I __ Open 8 a.m to 5 p.m 12:11: p.m. 6:11iI.m.: : / PHOTO SHOP
, shark tagged with an addicts I In I Monday/ Thru Saturday 6ai:. : p.m Roll PrMeMlnl
First Time In Fernandina Washington. D. C. Morgan brougl Phone Day 211.1711. 1M Developing a prtntln
In a nice catch of whiting and I Night 2.J-II3I. S/lturday/ April Kodak Film

1 18 19 trout along with his tagged shard 12J7:: a.m. 7:19: a.m Photo Supplies
& Sunday April -
Saturday fr or: Fernandina continues to go ur B E W I S E Weddings
OLD I INGRAM: FURNITURE STORE defeated In baseball Their outln y I e e Sunday. April 19 Portealte b, Appelntlatnt Onl7

ACROSS FRO\i; KEYSTONE HOTEL against played on Matclenny wet grounds Tuesday but wa Ihc i I "Porcelainize" 1 I:4d: u.m 8:27: a.m. StudlOll At 104 Ash 51.

I Pirates racked up the Wildcat'''.. i ::::37 p.m. 8:50: p.m. Phone 2.51-4586

ADDED 15-5. Probably the toughest 1 ran ; LASTS: OR 4 TIMES Monday. April 20
PICK CI' I of the season for Coach Genre. !
Tyson and his Pirates will be t rLQUO&TOONS .. LONGER TITAN :::'Itl II.m, 9:3l: itm RowlandsORDINARY

THE ATTRACTION I I WAX JOR ::1:51: 1)m !1:1i7: p.m. UPHOLSTERY

Tuesday, April 21
For The Ladies SEW COV"'U O. IIEPA...
HOT ? CO 4:11: am 10:1::\: a.m. ra RNITCRCS .rneRCL

4:1jj: ; p.m. 10:514: p.m.
ONES 8th St Ph. 261.3819 NEW COVElli
Wednesday April 22 ro: gu'G.

a classic jars FASHION C lti l ll Iir' 5:11: atm. 1I:2: lI.m. FREE: ESTIMATES
I album( featuring SHOW ti olng Fishing? 519: p.m. 11:53: :l p.m. We Pick Up and Deliver
I I of the biggest r4/
In the busi. 1. Thursday April 2SVisll : Porter 6- Lovqulst
nmi Saturday & Sunday I r U. For
Complete Tine 01 6:02: a.m. 12114: p.m General Contractors
Ii In Florida.
ONLY 3:30: p.m. i .,. Flllhlnr Tackle 6:36: p.m. RI'ECIAJ.TJES _

Charlene's ( r1 : Rode Rests Friday, April 21 WOOOWORKINfI
5100 by
at a picnic beer is a natural Outdoor Camping 6:47: am 12:41: 1I.m. CUSTOM: BUILT CABINETS .,
I' 7:18: p.m 12:56: p.m. REMODELING

DRAWINGBOATING kd "'hen )'IIII're rc1a\ing at yemr r.\'Urire outdoor beauty spot w itlt ; FIR( EST 0 N E Complete Showroom
friends ur IAmil\'.and sour thirst a w hatred Iy fresh air and t\tr. .. eou,.e For Color Coordination .
GIFTS & LADIES WEAR Ideal ceal ufJeer.\ III F.MII; SUPPLY ... ais'.
I oc-that"a: a the tUlle fur a rcfredllng glass c. a u. 5UmD
'IITIIF 111 Atl.nlle Ave 2.1.44n Phone 261.3068FUN :
recreati..n-'imminll. hiking lor jnstw
fare rues can name your \
Saturday and Sunday, April 18 & 19 1 ard1in1l''I'\'-allJ hanccs arc nothing in the wurld fits it quite\

3:30: P.M. as well Ahcer..
Your familiar glass of l liter Is also a plcKurahtc rcmiiuKr tint :
SPONSORED 11Y P'41 ( FSA uc\live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to tnjiitf IN THE SUN fl

liter and ale, if desire i5 i one,but an out,of
we to jut "' ,' '
Herb White's Outboard Sales L 0( those personal! freedoms ': AT FERNANDINA BEACH :'

ADDED ATTRACTION Free Movies -,,, In Florida..beer !goes with fun,with relaxation i .,":. FISHING BOATING SWIMMING
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f :e EMt Xews-Leader/ ( Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, April 16, 1964 engineer combat proficiency 'mil!
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---- -- -- -- - -- [ Pfe Robert Griffin
!Heart Disease weapons qualification and oil!
SPRINOfirLL BAPTIST Near parlldpm In annual iralnmi
. At The Churches CH LRCU: I sIN ''Stute's"No. One I tests I ATT I of the battalion.

flat Iliway 107 Namiauvillellev. urth, GermanyArmy Grllfln/ a radio operator\ In 'MIC
Din t:. Wade I'aHtiir
battallon'i Headquarter Conjpunv
TABERNAn.E BAPTIST frft 'ffibr.lnl963JACKSONVILLE PFC Rjbcrt W. Griffin
(Pantor Prayer Time 1 near Furth, Germany entered! 'ih
CHURCH ST. I'All/S! milErtANciit'Krn
(blur Men) ....................... 7 a.m. ton of Mr. and Irs. Dan W Grlf- i Army In April 1952! and arrived
Amelia Road Phone ZG1.. 4111 Sunday School ...... .. .. 9:43: a.m. Heart dli. iln. Ill N. 14th 1 81., Fermndlna overseas the following Ortobct( ,
Rev. Loyd Chambers! Pastor Amelia City Neir InierswtU I' ease caused Beach, Fla.. If partlrlpstln".with
Mummic Worship .......... H a.m. approximately 5fl percent tie received basic training at Fort
Sunday\ School, ............. 10 a.m AIA ;Training Unliit .......... (1:15: p.m. of all deaths In Florida In other! mrmbiTi ol the 4b( .Armor\-! ,Jackson S. C.
'Morning WfsMp: .._........ 11 a.m. A. k' Cerhhailt Pastor | Evening Worship ...,.... 7:30:: p.m. II-63! >: State Boa.d of Health ed Division's 2th! Engineer 'Bat.
Evening Worship ._........ .... 7 p m. :00: am. Morning Service A'ednemluy: I said today. fallen, In six weeks of winter train.! The 23-year-old inldlern.

Wednesday Service ...-.._.. 7 p.m. CHURCH "tr Men'a Hour of Power .... 7 p.m. Heart diiao'e Is 1',.. t'atc' log at Groienwchr, Germany, end. graduated (from FernandIna Beach

Tk OP tOICor. > Prayer Service ..... 7:80: p.m. Number One killer Death from log April 19. High Sclnd In 1981 and was avacclated

FIVE: : GROVE BAPTIST CnfRC.I I 4th and Cedar Rta. "'" hOMoever w.ll may com." t, Jtl thin cause edged up from M,9uO in1r'62 During tIntensive:: training with Orlfflni Jcwclrv
L. Marvin Johnson I
iRe. PaatmPhone
1!: to 20,102
last Dr.
Rev. W. 0. Brands Pastor 261-3807 ttft I year; but Griffin1. unit will be engaging In !before entering the Army
I NORTH I HtA STREETBAI'TIST Jame E.; Fulghum director: of -
) ....... School
10:00: a.m. Sunday I e the Division-cf Chronic Diseases,
845 A.M. ,1? Sunday Rehool ....... Servlc
II 00 A.M. ... Morning Worship'!111:00: a.m i:45: a.m. .._.._._ Sunday School ) s noted that'\; throe heart disease '
6 (110 P.M. Men'a Prayer Service I 8'v E. Friday Evening;; 7:80: p.m 13m1 I : ) ..m .. ... Morning Woranip e' categoric had dipped In the past

630: ) PM. Training Union TSO: Evening. Rervk'iP'ayer [ 0:30:: p.m. ............ BTU I 41 Ai 10 yeari -- one dramatlccDy.
meeting Wednesday ... y t44 The heart disease ralu per 101..
7'H:: ) P.M. Evening Worship 7.HO p.m. Evening Worship I II 14k
7:30: p.m 000 pop'.ilattln: woo 3219 J in 1HU
Wednesday Services"" : 7J: ( p.m. ._ Mid-Week Service \\
7.30 P.M. Prayer Service ft In 1963. The main
ST. 1' "Kn'M KPIHCUPAL': kT category causing this rite was
I ('11 URfll f coronary heart disease up from
4211Wuth/ *lh Street e
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The R..... Jamea D. Elllnor, Rector | 201.9 to 273.9.However .
Johnny L. King, Pnt r
Rn. J. T. Punna" 1'.Mlor
1:30: A.M. Holy communion
i toe rate for chronicrheumatic
Sunday Services
Worship Sarvleee: 1:30: A.M 10i(0: ( A.M. Choral Eucharist : I I
I 10.uu A.M. .. ..., Sunday School disease dropped
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11:110 A.M ,
: 11-it AM Ch' '''h !School | from 11 deaths
I 11:00 A.M. Morning Worahlr per 100 000 In 19J3
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Sunday! School __ 9:4&8: 00 AM 5.30 P.M. Episcopal YounChurchmen 8:30: p.m. ..??........... >.... B.T.U. i to heart 8 last t year; hypertension with
disease, down from 43 to 27:
:rtJI1I'Ilnlr Union 8.45 P.M : (This la the schedule of every 7:I'O P.M. Men'a Prayer Service and other heart disease deaths fell

.Jie.per Service ._..... Wednesday I I7M Sunday with the exception of the Tuesday I from 53 to 44. Pond ay 0.115 to Uu.tmor Campa/en fond
--"- : P.M ln-t Sunday of the month) 7:30: p.m. Evening Worship Kings of the Sun tecnnlro'or movie Yul
a starring Ftrynner FUlghum
Dr. said the '
.- -- Lon: n.m. '_M". ... ... Visitation' large drop
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer will be shown at the Han Theatre, Sunday and .Mon In hypertension" depths "un.li.tbt-:
-- -. hireling' day, April 19 and 20. edly has resulted Irom judicious

'* I use of hypitcnslve druiis./ The reducllrn .
CALVAKY( BAPTIST CHURCH < in deaths: In rheumatic
Halley Reed cud o her )heart cllsejs:1: Is caused ''''

J. C. BYRI), PASTOR I we moot bft1' ce-laii.: bthe most \ II.J .....

dumliiy Sfhuul ................ 10 A.M. marked) mdlical Buliiy In treating
.Morning Worship ....._.?,.. 11 A.M. heart ccniQtlnns: and by increase ,: L itr

Evening/ Service ......... 7:30: P.M. A.r In public awareness i.f lice prolj.Icms LET'S CONTINUE
TV A n ew due to activities, of s'trh'
S I PRINCK: OP TRACE: ----7 groups: as Florida! piyalrlun: the .: ,,,& (, FLORIDA'S SENIORITY
.. LL'TIIKKAN; : Clll'RCn a Fiends' Heart As.tidatlon. end j.f': :' ,3 -. WITH. .
1 heir affiliuics and lice! Slate Duuid ....
Donald H. llimmelman, Pastor
p t'J 5 ::5 fD EL.
Phone 261.6034 of HcnJt.V! tth.' ..,

Sunday School ................ 9:45: a. m. Males: of b-.th races have higher (
Wumlnp Service ........ 11:00: a. m. heart disease eatli!! rates than lemnlcs @ :Lm. !i

t MEMORIAL METHODIST higher' mica! than their nnn-vlii.e

CIIL'KCHNelniin ; ccuntcrparls. Tic! rrlr for .while. I ,have, served as your U. S. Senator tint 1946.
e P. Mnyer, Pastor males Sna per 10'l.OftO Is al-! During these yean I have attained seniority

e 9:45: a.m .....?......... Sunday School I meat twice the rate fur any rather | ranked twelfth among 67 Democratic Members
11:00: a.m ...?... Morning' Worship nu'C-srx group. The next highest of the Senate
PRIVACY for your valuable 4:15\: p.m. ?? MYK Supper & Pro. 1 rate was reported lor the mmI I I
: : : This seniority has placed me on three major
papers at well at security Geta grams while male l 2h7 lollmvvd by1
safe deposit box for your important ::30 p.m. m.- Evening Worship I white females 234 and nun- tenata committees each one of which is of
=- documents and precious :tt & -ft I white females' at 217. particular Importance to Florida and every one

hclrtooms (this week. LAST SUNDAY OP TilE i, Z The higher' rates for IhoI hlte of its ciliiens.
.+.rr MONTH h race' was largely explained by Your vote May 5th will keep me In this powerful

N._-..... 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion tie! fact llpt'"tlicy uvcraw 10 position to help Florida as well as our- great
10:00: A.M. Morning Prayer yearn older than ncu.II hil's However country.:

-- and Sermon the female popnlatlin: has a ,jV SPCSSAID t. HOLLAND It a Member'' al J.lnl C mmltt .
FLORIDA National Bank 11:15: A.M. Church School h'sher' average/ than the; male' I Member el the Stnalt, Apprtpiialiom en red'"in, et nana"ennal
!5:00 P.M. Episcopal Young Therefore' tie! higher! male rate' ; Committee" radaral..penddures.K .

e..-n, wl ..,, Churchmen mint be due to factors s'ich as J- Member ef the Stnolt Agrl. Member : tM' Aermausteal!
rn.Nwuwm.'MatFelrnandlnadeach Ford'a lively new sports-type car-the MUMlan.omblnelthe :
fr i3r with low
styling and feature of expensive foreign cam a cost
CHURCH OF 0011 OF made possible by American mam-production. Mustang hardtopn sexes and that women tend to 1.0.

a] ___ __ .._. PROPHECY and convertibles feature bucket Seats and carpeting as standard take better care of thcmschcs.! + Member or the Seneta Dem.eoatlc :
.IOw'1 tAe.ee A Shednp Cemmithe.I '
Rev II. c. Drury. Pastor equipment with a full-width sent in the rear. Options for the

10:00: a.m. ....... .... Sunday Sctvjo! performance-minded include a selection of three V-t( engines with r
p-. 1 II a.m ...... ......... Mornin-j Survive up to 271 horsepower along with -l-speed or automatic, tranxmissionx. } rw
I Luxury options I Include a center console, power steering and I JOHN E. (Jack)
7:45: p.m. .......... Evening: Service brakes, and air conditioning. The standard hardtop model-
17:45: p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. equipped' with an economical six-cylinder i engine-will be priced; MATTHEWS 0 I J ,
vice fur young people. ser'l with many economy cars. The new Mustang will be introducedby I
I I Heat Qualified For Governor
P.ilcl Pol.. Adv
CHURCH: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF ROIIRfT. Classifieds Pay Off A'ithnrled hv C.Tmp.'lRn T'easurei, -
II :45: a.m. ._.... .... cfunday. School E. A. Lewis, faslor Paid Political AdvtrlUfn
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1 11:00: a.m. ..-..? Morning Worship 10:00: a.m. ............ Sunday Schoot' I

1 1:30: p.m. _........ Training! Union 11:00: a.m. ..??..... Worth!:? !Service
<':30: p.m. .._._ Evening: Worship 8:30: p.m. .... C. A. Youth Services
Vednesday prayer service, 7::31' 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic. Service !

p.m. Thursday mid week service

frCt 7:80: p.m. I I

1 CHURCH OF CHRIST fr South 11th Street
Earl Ililbert. Minister CHVRCII .
:Sunday: Bible, Study ..? 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship .... 11:00: a.m. South Slh St. Ph. 261.3703. : "

Evening Worship .... 7:00: p.m. I Rev. W. W. Roland
Sunday School . 10 a.m.
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FIRST r PRESBYTERIAN I Worship Service 11 a.m. all types of quality trucksi

CHURCH I Prayer Mating, Tuesday 7:34"p: I te. i ii

Rev. John Uitzier, Pantor i Bible Study, Thursday 7:3J'\: '\.p.m.., y" !

Church School .. .. \\1:45: A.M. -wc
Worship Service .. .. .. 11:00: A.M. / i
604 Atlantic Avenue Youth Meetings/ ........ B:00 P.M. TERMITES; I

Church !School' .. ....... 7:30: P.M.
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Leonard Duncan, Pastor rf \

iimiJuy MHSS ..............? 2nd, 4th J !
Merchants I Simdiiy .........- 7:30:: a m / I

{miilny Muss ..... ........ ... lot, 3rd f G otIi *" '
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f th Sur.rny 11:30: '..mI I call {'If'I 1 sbJl
GRf1N STAMPS I Monday. Young Tangle, 7 p.m 1for I

I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS 'EI I Tuesday, Novvnu Sirvlcci 7.30:

I GREEN STAMPS ; 1 (Daily .........?...............-.... 8 pm.a.m. I Me uk..l tour home l "_" :: st

aMHBaW WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE ABS I tatutduy ... ... Convent Chapel &i. .
t'30: Communion In Convent I



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lldr'.v II-a" nieai vnn hove a Siitilux.itlon Inilnplnccmrnl( tit. a vcr. I
libra' of year ru-t'k.t

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anaReeASre rrrri I It Invrlved! and' nerve passing In all parts; If, tae hiilv 1 I 1 1 .r 1

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.-.urMwN. ro1N'N rrLMnN 4.2?. 4.-- >sr f n ok acli"H. Shy nut f.nil, r.jl today If your pain In / 0 1 a / /
the neck can be corrected?

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}ail[ KKTNAIMKIK ".,,, PRtt [aTR aMananlMM Dlt. C, If. CltUC&EK Ull. T. A. OWEN I Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about any type of truck

GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I ...............,." ........,...,..,.....,...,....,.....,..............,......,.........,...,..,............" ..,....,.." ........,....

I 1X0/.REGULAR? \ Kingshml Chiropractic Clinic

"Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic I
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I South 8th Street.. .. Fernandina Beach, Florida Phone 261-3636

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i! XcwR-Lonilei/ Fernnmlina r.ondi, rimd.i). .! -- Thursday, April 16( 1961 Page Nine
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I Undefeated Pirates Play Green Cove Here FridayUNDEFEAThl i Pirate.Jiiti. Plkul3 3b 3 2 1

KAC 74-72 In g Thrift Hurls j Barry Rice, rf 4 1 :3

Clark, II 2 1 1

Band Benefit BB -Beckett- Leads- FB Slice Name 1I1'l'lI) Alt II It::1 II II AI: Q', No-Hit, No-Run Tulnls Mike, Rice, If 291012 1 0 0

BY CIRT GORDON I Ronnie !lUIIII II Ii '5; t h: Orange( I'ark"anuhllll1
The Fernandina Beach Seahorses To 1 15-5 Win Over TlIn'n1rial' k 7 5 I ,71IlIlbb : [me! For Pirates 2b 2 0 0

edged the KAC basketball team In ,, Qllallbl1l1l1, I. Ii II r, ',I II Ilium' 88 3 0 0
a close battle here Monday night, Team :\'d T\.nll 17 (II i II 5"I 11C'I 1 It r Calitlll'\i) iI 'llublry: II 3 0 0
74-72, played for the benefit of Mncclenny J"l' Till'II I II 4 4 ,'Ia t t I ills J I JII"i" I nil"i ; I In",1, .1 i 111 hit H ills, It 3 0 0
the Fernandina High/ Band, 11TilT C.OKDON) 1:1'111: ),9 Alvurt't III II II .G,'I 1111.1'1I11 i 11:111111"/: "' cur UK I'erdm: W/I'cr./ Ib t ,0 0IIlrlhhw
The game was close ', 111k1': Pikula HI II 4 ,.40n (0 1 p 1 0 0
all the way Slier! IItkIt led the "('I'nall. diva' I Hi'neli I'll",IIH Inil t'I'ltlay'I '
from the beginning the two try silica lit'aeh Pluiin la a H.., baa 1rr5'. Hirt' R I .1 .11: \ hilt" lllr' "II'uII'" I indid till'( Pi. W lib, 311 3 0 0
Ina to get out In Ironl In scoring, ball win user Hit Miielinnv' VUM. ('1p,; Ittsal' iiI 3 6 .,.11.IRlly an01' r,nk 1/11"1"/ i n !till) tl nil Elkrrl cf 2 0 0
KAC led at the end of the flint cal Ji I Muidinnv: Tuisiliuliii; '. Sillier 10 3 :3Deal '(I''' cur Diuli All'lI'k' inn 7 iiiul w ilk. IVaikt'r. rf 2 0 0
period, 18.14, but the Seahorses no' n when IIP Heeled four hilt I Ru'e R 1 2 ,.2a'Stlkt' 'I eil < nlriiu' In iiililihi1 III' d' tnt Tllal 211 0 0
came back to take Hkl' 7 :3 t II aletlslel'n 'I t''l'I1al1,11II1I, jlMI 411\\ 10 12 3
a disputed 38 in f in "nips h'' the 1Iah', me'ltHI.I IiiiK i.mic fi hr Iii,' !P ratci"s \.l.. It I lit le-i,
34 lead at the hvlr.KAC 11.1\111, 2 I 1\ II nil I Hdllh'I' (4011, 011J 0 0 2
l Iwo long) tiiplm Chipooit Mil "earl l HOidlKl li-i' dm 1114 thee
came back H. 1\11111'1'8 t 1\\ ,U I lilt,I
lo score 21 LI'r null'HI.
taint lln0111,11" wllli 3 bust hls: ,
points In the third p'rlndhlle HI, h ,lIlmanll 1\\ II II IIIITI 1
!I will 11I1t'h.'I'i !(U null* Sipi| culllvl- 'I 11"111'5' t'r"1Alar'11' rmU III
the Seahorses scored t y. Ills iii 51i(i iii H ,
only 15, but 1'
t )hili 3 hll'I Hit I lull gl: me 'In He' Una five run
the Seahorses turned the I -- ----- -- --
Tin PiriteH suirid In tin liutliiiiini II In Ill, IiI'AI i hum' '''I i four \\,ilksin
KAC In the final period by of i the, niliiiil.glikl'It /Rimoon ; Bowbre3S i'! mi sod I slnelrt, 1 In F'i'ts'''
scoring 21 vhlle the losers ? !
only 17Alan inMI In Hi'ikeII mid WI"I| I lit a' M nail Ittmiv MVII 11"1 1 Fmc
and ""'''itil. fiur mar, In I the sec. mit.' iin were iiilikil I i In 1 I''1". frrX
Kirk led the Seahorses In imd 'on host' hilt bv 1 inim ( Ink, lit 4Nm l PI11'W l I Iowan( tin mi Inv Ills 'I'I "mmI
scoring with 20 points while Ar. 0.-.... San': Het'kett.; Vied:, Quillkbauni :::: : I Milk of 4.TTiiini ink slniiled/ IMbba i) inltl' bites
thur Rcnshaw scored 18 and Olcy mill Huimliur I 1"1011 I Kinnlul, Lt'c'k..t! H,"Ullll Ned, 1n '\
King scored 18, ; J ) AFTER ;5 GAMES: : the Fernandina Beach High School baseball! team, Hiiee nun runs 55 I'll'' mlilul, inn I Miiitlhiks/ U I. I'n., *I "+' dmilile and IAhn<> i Rh'e< -tint.
Robert Lloyd scored 19 points under ('oath George Tyson! will play undefeated Green Con Springs in an afternoon I 111'. Hind .in' hits! by Hilly Miller\ HttliK hllou ill Sift :14 i a'I'fRvOCh ::"': ''I, lid. eliulnu Mil mill, "',i. llii I Iml
to lead KAC with Philip Robinson I !game Friday at the City Hall (Park. Team members pictured are, front row, left to and M I!ke I'ikiil i I Ihldr more runs liar 41 411 mII': ::,', inn' )nut" tn Hi, -" I II i ..n ,i "'Iii :Ii,
scoring 17 II,iiltli(n I 1.11II"S 40 41 Iliit\4\ > h'Ikc'' I'ikiili, :, mid .1 i il, ililt l\l1
right foieh Alvarez Hubba Ned Rice ,
Tyson! Henny Quatllehaum Tyson, Herjl were 'II""cI" in Hit filth in lulu by l
KAC I Land S. \VlllliniiH 31..0 (I;ini 1,
fg ft pu Billy Miller, Ronnie Sapp, ('hip Wood, Mike Rice, and Steve Heikelt. Hick row, left I'ikiil mid sipp and Unit' innsstorul : Din Hit'
Smith 5 3 13'I in (till''I'nth whin I'rro.nvlloa, I (11',1' '' I ill.'"i I Ii In,
Lloyd to right, are. Larry Cason! Mike Fiala. managers, Bobby Johnson, Joe Thrift, Carl Slip: high Tium, 3.C.IIII.-;
Musslewhlle 8 4 3 191 I U oilers, :Mike Pikula, Tommy Clark, Harry Rice, Robert Crankshau, and Hubbu Qua'IUhmm, llml 1 Ideeonl I Brush" Hir 251'1; i i hiltln, "' In mishhu. < "I l I' In
1 91 belled nut bust lilts, 1I'lldKlllIIllIlI 2IIWI I ids tliiiliiu Hit I hll1l I:' i\uI '
Robinson 7 171 Williams, manager. I '
3 H 'her '11 iHIlJi I Kim II'I' Ih' It"'i<)ln
-- --- -- -- -- u mid( Thorns lid tin' M u" ;II I milMlll nis :t4-(
Haddock 4 1 91 clenny ullaik with 2 tills 1I1'1"I'C hill,,,i \\ltli I, sill qed I Ts sn
Spence 2 1 5 Jr. High-Elementary I1O\ I' hid 3.(.urn'* Ilium ,Xh.niml, su\ lliekei' ED I MASON i I
StOlt' :
Crump Is WinnerIn
0 0 0 Papp CityBowling '"Illl \\iHlmilMlll 17J 1 ruilrlted. : I IVM Mils iipiiio
All K I IIQiiiitllibium I '
Wilcox 0 0 0 i :;
LIMIIKOOM MEMSApril I th'lIl1l1r: Mini dh5 i '
lll>\ "('Ollt) ;
; 422 ..ftJtTNiFiORlbA
Totals 30 12 72 Jody Utility KilMiKli !t
SEAHORSES Annual TourneyFor League Ah'.nu 5 1 I FI'I'IIllntilll ,\tt It II PUILICUTILITliS

Titter 0 0 0 I Monday: Salisbury Bleak, blinm- Hi kill 4 I 4Utrxl It'inn (,..11111Hi lIatll""oIl1l11 I Jli 2 I I ,

Kirk g 2 20 I Ball Players I BY HENRY El.US cd rice w/ blown gravy, tio/tn line 1 1 I 'mil Hir: I 11:111!: ,MMIIIil 41.I COMMISSION
Harrison 0 2 2 Week of 4.8 turnip greens, carrot sticks, rolls Woml; 5 0 31 Htiltlv Klltmalt IIUIII 111", i kill ll> 122
I Iliivl Hid', II 1 0 (\I I Low Giaduott, and
T\SIIII' 3 I 10 ,, ) Former
Kitchens butter, ihillid
5 4 141 Total and pear halves Illlll II Lanes 827!I
Renshaw 8 2 18 I' Charles Papp emerged as u Inner I Team Standings W L Pins '. pint milk.Tueaday Wnl"'.'. I II 01! WINK!, e' 2 1 IIPVMII Special Aimlant t Ira
Caldwell in the annual golf tourney Stiller 3 1 I II lllKh I lad, (ijine HH 3 I II) 2 U. S
1 0 2 Tilman Cabinets 76 40 8CW8 : llul\ dOlls / buns baked AttorntyX
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held at the Fernandina Bench Golf HUM, Hue 200 I In'ill, |I' 3 1 II
King 8 2 18 ; Morris & Payne I beans, cole slaw, apple cobbler i Judy) II illt'v 2' iKulli
White 0 0 0 Course for Minnesota Twins farm Body: Shop 72'i' 43't' (WI30 4 pint milkWednesday. Pikiili 3 3 2 ,, Williamson 217 I I 24 Tears of law and

Totals . 31 12 741 clubs on Monday I Beach Bar S8'i' 574 75263 Clink 1 2 1 Humor: Mini, .Uli ProgrcHivi Public Service
-'- --- ---. Papp had an adjusted score of : Escalloped potato'su'ham Mikt Idee 1 0 (0 I
Hadden Lanes 57 59 77233
35'i' to win first place and a handsome Becker Drugs 46''. 69'', 77376 I rolls and, tossed butler,salmi chocolate green biolch-peas, Sip: | 4 3 3 I II high "Sirutih lloulirnKulli Cooper's Laundry I Clt.d for Fair and
ostrich leather golf bag, I High Team, Games I Taints :r I H 111Minlinny \Mlllinison HI' :Silt;( Impartial Regulation
DOZIER & GAY eroos, 4 pint milk Alt R II j jThOIVe Mi: 'limn' Mini 1711 Illl
Pro Ed Mattson used the Calla Tilman Cabinets 2857 I Coin-OpcratcdI
Thursday: Bar b me but on 1\(011111 4:,
I way handicapping system in hu Beach Bar 2855 4 2 I IHiirlur II II Kelly 111 liIllih Now Serving as Chairmanof
buttered bun, lettuce and lumulo I I
PAINT handling of the competition In Morris & Payne 2758 402 An'inm' 110"lien Laundry and Dry Florida Public, Utilities
salad, whole kernel coin, plain lie'MII' liln 400
which 27 players and High, Ind Games
supervisory cake w/chocolate sauce, ''i pint I Mtrris. 4 I 12 Hull) \Mlhiimsoii IIII : Cleaning ,,1i .Commi..ionRe.flect
John BdrnUik 667
personnel participated
'Best For The South'CHECK milk Mailing, !! 3 0 I II I 1'h'UIIIII: i I lint I utCn
Klcbcr Skidmore 623
In the second place was Chuck :Mrs Doris Him aril / 10 MASON
Friday: Fish slicks (TaiUr Cn'3 1 1 1Kmbb 11 ihii Hiwliiul: t IIIVilmu : ,
o Cecil Hodtte/ 605
Holley Kith' 35%, followed by sauce), parsley potatoes, cabbniii, 3 I 1 1Hinri.il Hstge, I 141runaiiilinii :Manager: bper/ene.eland/ Proven
OUR Vern Morgan 36, Joel Kiger and I High, Team Game
I carrot green pepper salad 3 0 1 lm dera"/p! for Florida
PRICESShiell's Joe Christian 36'i i Christian was I Tilman Cabinets 1077 rolls and butter strawberry jillo HIM/ 300 HI: inn :3 I I"! 111MiiilimiV "> Illh K Itceih Slroel!') .... ..... ----
low Beach Bar .... .. .. .. ...
also winner of gross honors), 1031 <- '
w/frult, raisin cookie, 'i pint milk. Totals 31 5 9 (IIfI 12 111 II 5 II 2
-0- Dick Welneek and Frank Davltt Morris & Payne 991 ---- --- .-.---- .-- .
37, Rusty Forman Bill Hansche, High Ind Game -
Grocery Gene Ross Bill Tomb, Sherry John Barnlak 266
Robertson, Pete Appleton 37'.: kleber Skidmore 246.
211 ATLANTIC AVE. Leslie Hill, Billy Martin, Jim MinnlnR Cecil !lodge 233 the first
PHONE 261-90: : 38: Jerry Lvsclo and George High Scratch Bowlers Standard brings you new

Miller 384' : Sam Miley, Ralph I I John Barnlak 241-592
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I I Cecil Kleber Hodge Skidmore 225-566 206-563 .h
antiknock since Ethyl
John Beckett 198-551( compound
Roger Madden 109-52*
SAND BLASTING JihnnlcMlliamson, I4-519 1\ a
James Lynn 202506I
I Tommy Tilman 210-503 1 '
High Average Bowlers

BOAT TRAILERS ;I Cecil Roger Hodge!liaddcn 181 186

John Beckett 178
Johnnie Williamson 177 Methyl !
BOAT HULLSORNAMENTAL t Kleber Skidmore- 172

IRON I Rowe' Bill Hens and Tom Sultan
39: Bill Tarrolly, George Lacy

I, and Dan Hasan, 3'a!)' _.
HOUSE EAVES The tourney was sponsored
I jointly by Gulf Pro Ed Mattson .
and the Chamber of Commerce,
with Baileys, A. S. Allans and t
For Free EstimatePhone I Waas Drug Store adding prlrcs 1STAK

The Florida Liw Enforcement _

261-3035 Academy was created by the FlorIda p
Sheriffs Association and Is op. Aft _
I eratcd by the Florida Sheriffs Bu.
261-3003 reau as a training school for law
cnlorcement officers,
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JOHN E. (Jack ) '. ,.

Free Estimate On Any MATTHEWS ; _

iest (Qualified For Governor '
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If No Answer Dial 225-5207 I ance BO effectively that it stops powcr-wasting knock better than any other

antiknock compound. Methyl spreads more evenly throughout all cylinders of

your engine, stands up under extreme temperatures And it's in Standard ..

Good Housekeeping Gas Co. gasolines (Crown and Crown Extra) .. ;:Z'

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YULEE, FLORIDA that we take better care of your car. I I n H WmJ ._ ,

EXPERIENCED AND RELIABLE Our w n'f fuu'ry lit 1'nacngmblnowpra/ !. *,...l/'I'I-".< .m.rklo'.m HneeK ClOmpo"n" OIL I .:", :
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Additional Services Rendered : Fast, Efficient and Courteous Deliveries niltea,ig Aa>rricAi must rnodera tetbwry. :
H. F. STONE JR Agent
.'lnltncinlC'ailable Full Line of Gas Appliances On Display! a
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,hch! have been ipent In Mortal") each!, bv of any you rl.nr. t' entt')' It get Is mil fn1)becaus the pist Bnptlst pieilJent Church Nassau mil 'ountv tloni Club Pool. Pate. Ten yew-Leader, Ternandina Heach,_ Florida -- Thuisday, April 1C, _1 IPClI

luunIV. at 103 South loth Street InP'ernandloa I have not trlod hut bee, .11 try Asaxlatlun member of tluniUEgg .
Political Announcements Beach with husband the short timeallaue I. Pleas Communion foe four .
my I supportme I I Interest of the cltUens ot NassiuI und will with other members Your vote support will
: cooperate
at let h
with chairman J'.r I
I Hcnr L. Kichn., wko la a taptain yoarvsuiean m* auptwrtyou Poultry Division I Ca.aaaly.Your. of the Board, for your best I Interest, greatly appreciated

the dOss Beach I uliceDepurtmrnl. o th* bmrd' ol County CuasasataJtIINF. -I ."ol. Fair and Callnrun .
boll and hegrenlly Your vote and ( ) REGISTER
lupport artlaupport b'l JESSE Hupp
I We art the parents of sinners I own und have business .I .I
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE I cocoon' and. to alwavi. protect yourhuunueelaad ''mo sons llllunrd. Kitchens of iithelt', (Fred) ARMSTRONG SR successfully .op"rt.d the pears a and LOUS appreciated A I. FERRURA greatly ap rru'lotrttLESTER DAVIS I

I l.fortt H Dwitv fIn neeexv "" end active slippusrt for a i.a. and Hill in 1 Kitchens, 0 **rintllna pledge a bunlnessms's approach tu WEAN HIGHWAY AND
ours-oh FO
of.. :: the duties ol U>* County CommissionIMirlicuiaily ,
for the huh prY 1.lch.
eIii.. mv candidacy buninesomotu. eduoiltuislratac and FOR COUNTY WXMlhSIONKR PORT AUTHORITY
.. ..... I I I 1001 eusporinora I Is serving in the field' of taxation.
lire of .tAt* representative .ur I civic leader dedl<'aied to nerving you till public I: ,,:) I ooucow'n Ianinccnlit hOE HOSPITAL TRUSTEE HOSPITAL TRUSTEE
C" unlv. I do to with the full) know be appreciatedD. r I have qualified is a candidate for will tha dOLrmlnulon ot getting a I. Jam. M. (Jimmy) Illrd, Frwish .
Mill groallv .nd for II
Jackr.un'l.tlie If. dollar's I. J. W. I hereby announce that I am a can
lettR of tht vait responilbllllle" 01 member of County Commission DIsUiot dollarn spent. (Bully) Jones. innounc try to announce mv candidacy f.ir
II. (Buck) BUCHANAN rara wllh I a firm I In Fernandlnaich plus giving my undivided attention candidacy for member of the Hoard didate for reelection to h* Hoard of I
thl vitally Important office I am acctilelv '" 10I 9. Nassau Couty. Florida. In the I I I the office 01 Part lroup 2.
5. qualifies mt acme anpably i Trustees Auth.lty.
to the problems of of Humphrey Memorial
all oltUens in I of of HumphreM
protalemiof I -- Democratic
of the many coming May primary I Tu.It.
moore ant! I a. your tluptrvlaor. of RcglL.call.'s. : i Nassau County. with courtesy com N aas.u Countv M.morla. No 4. Milliard I will endeavor to rnntnit all .
nil iti* peipl In our enunty I was born Jan 4. Ml, In Nas.su II0pll.l. DI.slc'l 10'11.1. DI.tlr
FOR TAX ASSESSOR If you see fit to place I m* In this re.iponslbl and do utmost tend voters throughout Nassau C"un.
tnon to tn* Democratic my
i C been hon.ty.
to U' and
to dtvott myself cervici I I aiaflty have a resident fur .. 1..bl.OI o .hal I
plenie I will I thenoceuaor the ol ability. and
position, carry out .' I to continue to nur hospital. 1 to beat mv will
of If tlecttd your itaurepreaentatlvt I : candlrlnrvfor \ >'*ars, Your vott and lupport will be l.y. :
the people I hereby tnnounct my appreciated .
: Be.Election to the office of TaxAintiior reflect p dunes favorably I In on a m.nne you the thut vot OJI mOl much lntrstd In th resilient 1 41 of y..Naiiau.. of age. a lifelong i''I of boot your Interenti Board, been* a sine number January I .pp.the Democratic eallronaiuleretlonn000 Primary on lay n reIn 3.
.. a kilo
I havt lived hrrt for I years llli "I : County Commliilunir, Loulg) Farreg lllgglsbndbasst County, Inr.Tu.
U and hue county ai a wholeYour Viol a.I.m. : school graduate aid alao attended 1IM1 and Indeed; been a II elected to this office, I will endenvor .
ti-. ouiet dignity that no ntcenari Ai Tax Assessor. I pledge to all I .
awl la
""I support aum liuslness College. serve you In thIs capa to the best of mv ludgmei t
for any public Mrvnnt A. your auto fair and equal I ss.ess menus, In thefuture employed by p..W. t I Ioonld.n
: and will deeply appreciated II"onl. FOR BOARD I In th* U IRacy. I you for your trust and and ability to perform all the dutIesand t
representative.. I would oitndurt mv ai In the paat, I will b* a frlemlIt I Thank enrporaWd at Ferandln and f PUBLIC : : ..
sell in tOts earns manner because the, everyone and will continue to Ll'CILE KITCHENS :you 'I I have been for the past 16 veera Tr rl.I I on Clinchbrlv ..pon.lhUlt...
person oho full thli pout I It In effect erv* each and everyone on a fair and I I I have two chidrn. one boy 1J'4 INlrUCTNI Haptlst Crawford married to the 'orme Mildred I hav been and obeys ,1 h* Interested .
jour personal representative and liree Impartial baaliI ; yean.old end 0' lu'i' years hereby announce my candidacy I l : at Journeyman I .ad w* are of In everything for betterment
rded at tvplenl nf NauaU CoultlVpeoplt have served .. Tax Aiaenor for For Supervisor ol Rrflitratloa I, live at 1. lox 138. N.. Old'j' far member of th* Board of Public Mechanic 'MaintenanceDepartment three soni w eareactiv i m.lbo"l and progress of Nassau CnunK.
of the
by all with whom hi comei In ID yean and ei a deputy tax ......0. 'I I .. Instruction. District I milliard) In the at Reyonler Incorale Ephesua Baptist .1 I am avelerano f World War 2.
contact. This I feel I can do A. 10, for Cub yean. I honeitly believe I am I Don i Meano Konerta hereby announce If Ih* voteri ol N..I County hon I I nomiog Dsmairratie and h." been 1 Kings terry serving In. the New roe 44 moth. 28
further qualifications, I atttlfdtd thlUniversity the moat qualified man to serve my candidacy for the office <.f l or m* with tIle privilege ot serving I am a estIve of f:: icounty. a past IS years' I am a director of the Milliard Med of whirhwsscveroien.I .
: I of Tenneisee while' working your Tax Ameiaor. .I I Supervisor. of Registration of Nassau their county commissioner property owner and ."' I have served four terms ai presl leal Center: a director of the Naasau am a member of St Peter EpU

.to DIY mv "...n expenses. I pledge to all of Naiiau County County lubjeil to the May Bin Prlmnrv ::N Bennett, will be a ilf.1 ed In the timber .. mv dent 0 Local No. lag of International County the Farm Hureuu: chairman ot ] copal Church belong to F and A. M
I am proud to lay thai I com from. will with the Equalisation serving our county fairly: and adult life I.m th* lather of lour Itbe.hn ol Pulp B.lphlL and Nassau Counly Fir* Prevention Amelia Lodge No 47. the ParentTciche' .
the working clam cf people and am program II'w In program I will: mtbe I am 94 peon old a veteran of 4 honestly I With special privilege to I .. ).p. Mi Workers. commit. ; a property owner aifJ Association and IBEW.
clout to their prnhltma I am an tmplnve arared off by cerium few I was yean Military Service none and working to better Nassau I urn a member ol the EphesuiBaptist mYII to the dutlea of this taxpaerMay Local 201K
of Conlalntr' Corporation ol' elected to do a lob and I Intend to oothli Korean1 War: am married and nt.vh:. 4 County I Church ..1.0I.* Masonic ofc and .II alncerelv appreciate I say that I do and will con I am married to the former Mar
America and have been with them job to the bent of my ability I I ndren; presently Manage the I I. ernanrtlna Your vote and lupport will b truly long at I'tdiiacd. 'OU Vole active JONESFOR tlnue to. appreciate your vot* and .r'l Caret Stewart who taught In Fernun"na .
.Inct moving to Furnsnrtlna' will not lose light of common eena : Heach Miniature 101 Countrealde ; apprc'.ttd. 1 Mill Seek at .1 tim.to determinethe J. W. (Bully) Inc lupport in this campaign, Beach srhoola from 1016 to I'MT

I am madly I member of Local judgment and f ,"ur. you 1 will not at III North 19th 'ern.n. Tltsohu. needs ol te tho program and servlc to our hospital We .. pnrenlcoftw'nc children Jimmy .
419 International Brotherhood of Pulp. be partial In my duly. dma Beach and am a member of the CHARLES N. BENNETT will always Interpret tb* B. C. (Bennle) LEWISFOIl I and Annie .nI..
Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers UnIon I do honestly and ilncerely apprtolat Memorial Methodist Church I wish*! of th* people, HOSPITAL TRUSTEEI I hone lived kt Nasaau Countv all

$ tilt I am "hop steward for shift your confidence' vote arM aup i In 111(11 I served aa President nf theFocnjnditta My dealre 1s to help further develop I would lIke to thank for the'i I CONSTABLE mv life hav keen a tap.ye for 25
A Most of all I It nosantocere Interest port leach Junior Chamber orComm.rr. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI a progressive. forward looking educetlonal o ol allowing me serve as j vu.and have been a registered
N C-iunlv Thank .. and .. Director the program. Such a will lou .
In the people of .mau You a on program )our Hoard member the past I wish to announce my candidacy voier
and I earnestly denim. to serve all the EDDIE McKENDREE Fernandlna Beach.Yule* Senior Cham I to announce to the voteri of be reached by th* continuing coopers Iou. yearsproblems for th. office ol Constubl for Dlatrlcti I I bane been employed for 28 vein
people of N...n CMintv her of Commerce In IM3 I .. ...d ai PS a..ala Count that I am seeking the live endeavori of the ichool bad I h.v. trl.d 10 zinc fair 1.2.3. Nassau County In the May at Container CnrDo.lln of Am..I.
Your oonllnu.d support t I. earnestly Area Chairman of a Slat wide Operitlon office of County Commissioner, Diatrlct members. and If elected. I wi and Just hon.lly. In all 01 tiae m.ny I 9th primary and '1 at present Bt.lo..
.ollclled. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF Registration Program a project Three, subject to the May t I cut myself and tfloru to ( ..nd.I coming before the I am employed by Ravonler Incorporated I n... i thc P".*r t
GEORGE H. DORSEY 'I' designed t encourage Voter Registrations Democratic PrimaryI will tpprtclatt your Vote and ..up.po.t To work I have had approximately IKt JAMES M. (Jimmy) BIRD. S SR.
PUBLIC INSTRICTIONI In 1WU I received I the Dlstlrrgulshed I was born In Wewart County. I.eorgla In my behalfW. Board and,11b.1 m.mbo.Interested Bo.rd'i yean "police experience. Iwo yearsulth I

wish to announce, that I am a can Service hoard. and wee lor Ih* past sixteen >... I have A. (Arwld) HADDOCK to give you the best hospital. the Florida Highway Patrol two
FOR dldat fur eleittnr to the off lit of i selected aa the t utslundlng Young been service nation operator In fundi available \curio III, the r'rn dma Heach I FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY AND
Superintendent of Public 1".lrurll"n. Man Of The Year In I ernandlna Nassau County ,111 elected I III continue Police Department and
I married to the former OF
N' Countv luhtcct to the Demo em C.lhe.
e.etu Pt'LCINSRVfN th bent In auxiliary policeman
l.ch. hospital
Cltuite B: Wlngal. announce thnt cralic" primary nn M II'M a member of the FernandlnaHeach toe Mllner and w* hav two ions. Hay I buslnesi management with care a. I'J I I am a member 'of the Plvt Point I Thom. H King announce my..
I urn eeeklnt reeledlon for the eec I have taught roi In Nasoaa P.renl.T.ach.r Association aOl and Ed Baptist Church and been .. a for Ocean Highway
ol YOUR have
sonabl amount DOLLARS rent
mud term In the Lell....".. aa C County for the past 1y..... and hive I am pceoen II v.erningaa Its Health If elected to thl. high office. I carnestly I wish to announce that I am a I TAX : dent of ernandlna Beach lor a 14 and Port Authority ilroup No 2.

member of the Home of Represent nerved .. Coach and Athletic Dlrevtor Chairman I served us an Area Cu.Chuicmu and sincerely pledge that I will candidate for .I.clon to the Hoard V .. vote and active lupport will I sears .duating Irom Fernandlna In the May Ilk primary, .I.clon. Nja-
tint from Nassau Ounlv. subject to My preienl atntua la thut of Aailitunt oofliaereceo t Mama Pi,IloImmunir. I work for anything that li good fur ol Public In.l.uclon. District No II be a predated.C. Beach High Sctyaul olaca 01 lfthe lau County.
the Democratic Prlmury" May Ith.HIM. Nassau Countv. (Milliard Demu, I have been I resident' of Fernnrr-
Principal All,letlr Director and Coach itlnn Program. and am prei : to the I.m m.rrl.d 10 the Nudinc
.t the Lnllahan School I .nly ..rvlnl aa ('h.l.man 01 the Your ynlean d active support will luiapias'eclaled. lunatic primary on May hit HIM I' Cook of fnrma dlna Henrh and Nassau County for
DurIng mv fireS" term In ..fllre. I I a oaoaiatviu f the 01 Nus I'.rn.ndl. 1..ch. over twentyeirs
Mv inherent In lie ichnoli nf Nat N..u Counly Chaffer for Prol'l county If vour r .. I '
distinction of being the only and received promise I enlistee l In the I U S Army In 1DB6
had the .au Couinv' hai been demonatrnted by .. lau my ackoollng atKaaig. FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE faithful lulflllmtnt ol the duties .
nahman. member of the HUUM of He. eon active eff,>rt to iccur better lu. Ip pledge 10 ronducl the affairs R. ii. (fB0t1K1ERFOR ) j Ferry, Milliard and finished In of thle of i ice and assure you. the and icrved t"o.and.one.half years
preMrttatlvM to eerv on t Mlictcommittee ratIonal opiorlunlllea, for tin education 01 Ihl. "eachive iv. tconomlcallv the U 8 Navy I wlah to .nnounc to the "ol.r olNaisau people ol Nassau County honest. Impartial overseas In March of IbM I was honorably
during the fireS apeolal reapportionment at our youth. and with the dignity deserving I am married and have lour boyi am a and rourteounervire. dlschsrgrd from active dulv
,mslin l In Novuntlitrijsb If elected" I will work hard to keep of every public office. COUNTY COMMISSIONER II elected I pledge my lfoHs to tor member ol the Hoard ol onndld.t GLENN E. KITCHENS I am emplojed with Ravonler litaorporated -
and again In the epeclal ReapIn tht public Informed and to dischargeIhe If you feel that I "posses the quulHies With thl. I leek all of the ichooli In Naiaau County of Humphrey Memorial 10.plal. District and have been fir ever 10
pMlI"1 mellon In Jonu.ry 11te:1.: I reiponrlbllltlei of the office of desirous of those who should I .nnou".m.nt. am and will cooperate with' the entire No. I. I II )'.0.
1DU I wu* among. the lenfleralunporllng Superintendent In tne beat Inlereat" 01the .rv. In Public Office Your vote andeupport District Ing the three"* of County Naasau Comml.lon County School Board IO'n the.dt.: realize the Importance ol this ol FOR CONSTABLE miTled a property n..n.
the luccessful education cltlieni of Naiaau County of my Candidacy will be education and of .nu'I lie* In th* operation of our hmptlul I and Iu.ln. man engaged In T. 11.
1 am analboeo f thla ha\
and conservation. moaaurea. Including No ichool "prcaenlly accredited. will greatly HI|>pre<'tiled county children My only obligation la to you. the Thli statement Is to Inform mv King Shop Fecoondino Beach
the rerreiitlon program Soc the entire .u ffer loaa ;of accreditation: DON BEA>0" ROBERTSFor ., log lived my entire of Yulee life High In Yulee School I Your vote and lupport I li tn. ol Nassau County to perform frlendi. 1. people of DI.trtt. I. t. I am a member of the F.rn.ndl..
Slit of Florida. Your vole and active lupport will be am a graduate I duties In the Interest and ". Cil'l and 3. of candidacy office Beach Chamber of Commerce. member
I married to the i.racleLewis IIENRYcCLYDE .
', The other committees that .I hive really appreciated am f"m. rovl.d'i all the county ol Constable I earnestly solicit jour of Merchant A..n. former meal,
been actively. errvlng on : Viet Supervisor ot Registration and we are the proud purenliof I feel meet vote and lupport In my behalf'. her of ernandlna Heach J mccc.. und
Chairman nf the Committee on Drainage DEAN B. BLANKENSHIP two children Ing and :rrnJn of I I feel, that having served your associated with the Florida Prufeulon-
end Wooer naervatcm: rommlt I. hereby announce as a candidate I am. and have been engaged In FOR BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION I fit* sad b llnrh'r, qualifleime Const.,ible fur tour worked. with al Photographer AIn
,lees nn Election: Con.lllutlnn,1 for the office, of Supervisor of Rcgla the meat packing business. known as I for .( the Police Department f.a. for 14 Y oorvoleae at lupport will t*
FOR I SIPCRINTENDENT: OF I Nassau River Meat Packen, for thepaul y.n.
Amendments Public Health: Public trull.o of Nassau County subject to .
: I icrved th* public as a nub clerk and my experience is Police Chief ifFernandlnn greatly
Amuiemenli and Suit Water Conservation PUBLIC INSTRUCTION the May nth Democratic Primary nine years. I wish to announce tha I am a In the Callahan Post Office fir, four heath makes me well .pprecal.d.Tonk 'ou.TIOS .
I w.. h oman at reared In Nacosu My Inclln.lon to serve you .. county for reelectIon the offIce .
John T. Welaner la a candidate to andld.t veara: mv oillce experience Include qualified for the office I seek I have
'I old not mlu I emOte Committee County and .m the doughIer 01 the late WI seeded within ol Public N..uCounlV. .
lucceed hlmaelt .. County Superlntendent In.lrlotlon. three yean secretary and book. also completed on extension I course In
meeting during the entire teuton of Public Inatructlon He ".. A. II. lLonlel Jon. I .m the wale lIt several I p esreaga In mv bumnna District II. subject to the keeper for the Justice ol Peacenf. police work the University of
.... Vlot Chairman of Roy L. Wlngate. mother of two I have traveled and discussed the .01 FOR OCEAN HIGHWAY
I am now .In. aa elected to the office In IMS 1'.1; Democratic primary on Maps I. 11114. fice In Callahan: my business experlencea Florida.
on the Select House Committee ait m teacher, coach prln daughter and a : Past Matron nf various problem that you ,n people It hai been my privilege t lerve asa I are two >...on an Insurance I have been a lifelong resident of AND PORT AUTHORITYI
Water Reeourate and am nerving onan .1.I' In the public I..n Weiuocrhas C.I.hal Ch.pl. Order of Eastern hav. concerning the ol the member ol the 10..d ol Public 10.strurtbon debit, ; two years a business partner F.rn.I.: B..h. own my owe elee
Interim Committee of Ute Lglslalive ed thIs : .. Woman: and .m ac' Board of Nassau County Cumml..lo..rL for th* with my husband In our ..rvl... statlon i buslnesi here and have "ualil.d asarondld.abef
practical experiencen lrc.1
and NaturalIWaouroet. live In civic and cDurch attain I aman :1\0 onlr.cln. orreelea. Ocean Huhuav
Council on Fisheries hl.u'work not with fucu llei During Urn I have serve operation and we own he available for duty
hut wllh Halt school only offlrlala from active member uf the tallahanEapllst I feel that with my business experlenee In .n honest and efficient manner. al ond operate the .pr..nlv.. and In the office of Constable at all times and Port Authority l:roup 2. sul,lert

.5. have keen d.dluted to the cattle sIt of whom ht h.. had txctllent cooperation Church I know ill of you: the lrmer. wa. s considering the high honor and Poultry Farm I am presently treasurer I '1 a me'uuhec or American to the Democratic primary on MJVI
of good government fur you th* tine If elected I promise to perform the the buln..m.n. the S .. Integrity 0 this offlc ol the Nassau Itebeli Saddle Legion Post M and a member ol the a. Ra onler .
people of Non-iu County It I* with' duties of this olflce In an the representatives of the various in- Club Florida. Peace Association have been mplo\ed by >
If reelected
Weliner laid that ahnuld he b* r* .fcl.nl. to thIs office. I Olco. 24tttn In the
.h.1 Inc fir the pail
'much humility that I gain aak :your elected he would continue Suttert coucheousaso d pleasant m dustrlei In our communltiei. continue 10 serve all the I hans two yean attendance at I promise h 000dm d .
vole *"< .- 'mie nintyirtCLAUDE every effort to give Naaaau County pledge fairness to all and a deep con- With this knowledge. I .. and If...lau County taking care of your North*extern State College at Natchltochea efficient service o the people of DIstrlcts pipe. .malntn."I daughter department and Ivo am

.... E. WINGATE atudenta pun:to ichool teaching fa tern for your convenience respectfully solicit poor vole and buslnesi I In business like and friendly LouisianaIf I 1. a. and 3 nf Nassau Counly If grandchildren
dittIes' equal to any In the slat, I I feel thet my previous support for .county commissioner Dis 0.nne. elected I "I serve euch ol you reelected to the office Your vote and I moved U F erruan dma Beach In
: FOR SHERIFF from hauttoalnuc Ilvi and ph>sl. In dealing with public in tract three. In the coming Democratic "I sincerely appreciate your to she bi-'t ol ability support In my behalf will be greatly Illd wllh mv parents and have. resided .
cal standpoint t primaryThank volt oa'tlve Oct L'Ju.'y.' appreciate .
a aecatao II state Census here since that timeI
I: John ahoy Barrow do hereby. declare H* atated th.t.U the ichooli of In I lorlria Leglslututt, .. .pel.nr.1 *. Your you vote for and giving saline m*aupport thlichanr l RTPN. ANZANT IUI.ND C. CRUEY J. W. (Jim PETERS have aerved as mayor of Fernm

mvielf and mv ...vlo.. to beat NSIISU' C: tYlhert"; lUllhre'Ur.:' : sc i i.ohonl. reader: and lalesmanshlp. deeply dMa leach and am presently a Citol'ommlrnioner
the dl-poaal of the good Christian credited for efficient service In thli "I I I am a member of
people of NdiMU therefore.c00000ce In th* County were accredit lected ;F. ( :) CLAXTON FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE FOR CONSTABLEI the Duncan L Clinch Historic Soclety .

to you that"'f'I .Im a candl td by the Southtrn Association of' Your vote and active In I of Iilnnd Ihe Fern"in-
euppoit m I wish to anitouce that I Am.l.
am I wish I
can wish
ann.unc* thai I am a can t innounce e mv camtldicv ,
date In the coming Democratic prl Colleges and Secondary Schools ..1 b" .,..r.r.'v' snunreriate FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI dldut for reelection to the office of dlna .. Club the "ernun.
bh"'f dldat for of the Board of'' for for Districts 113
he :
Allied what his m.mbe Aasoclu
platform wai. Cun..bl. N."I Hind Parenta
the high office of Sheriff of Beach
Wliu'O'o rlorldat \ replied: Nassau County's Iowa andJlrla LOUSE JONES WINAT wish to announce to the voteri of I' Member of the Hoard of Trustees Trustees ol Humphrey Memorial' Hoi. sail In the May 8 .. lion. the Chamber of Commitcrocimtat ,
Hum hreya Memorial Hospital I, NnelU pltul, Nassau County District No.4. I feel that I qualified for this
at eserveaseducs tI I to In the LittleLeague
takenwplact onequa Nassau that I candidatefor umpire
am ready willing and ablt to County am a ; oaoac lIve
.. Counlv. District I No Two, subjectto Democratic office been In I law enforce.moot .
to the .
subject on' havIng
and to take my responslblllty received by any other atudentIn the office of Nassau County Comitnloner and Senior 1...,"..
thla Slat or Nation, am workIng FOR COMMISSIONER the Democratic primary on May May I. mot of mv .dul life. aervlng' lifetime honorary memberof
In our C"untv I have a burning 101 I C01NT DI.lrl' 3. In the coming 1IM4 I am a
Ie.1re. to put dignity Into the Shenilfaoffice. : and will 1 oontlnu work fur I qualified aa a candidate for D.m.rl., .. I. I have been privileged to serve I am a lifelong resident ot NasiauCounv the people of C County fol. the 4rlo' Clod ot Amelia Island
you ; married to the former DelorviTerrell IHal In 11150 with the Polaa'i D.p..t.m.nl .
tbeir isipcent'5JOHN I th* vacancy tint la being I to be l citizen of N.a.
the olflce of Countv am
T. WEISNER Coml.tnt.DI.lrlcl left H 8. McKendree will b hard lo the past six p eac.ea Trustee of Yulee: have two children and from IP5 to 10&4 wIth the and working roe
A true Mierltf li not a racketeer. a No. I ml'cretan ) bv believe .. County enjoy
and that during this tlm the and .
now reside at Rt 1. Box Ito Potioc
to fill because of I D.p.l. and N is-
A his community
mob lender a estapo: chief true I coming Democratic primary qu.ly. hope hai made considerable Hard .rn.lm.. 1. and serving my
sheriff la like a knight In ahlnlng ... have been a resilient of Nassau that lb voteri of N..u will ha.plte pro"reelected lau County to the best of my abilityI .
I World War II ContslnrCorporalion
a boauti b"
veteran h.
mo.. For Supervlior ol Registration County f.a raven 16 years. I am a sue quality I In m'lro'wth have Ir, I will do mv utmost am ol the Haptlst church and :a memher I 01 employed AmerIca .t the l'.r.nsodlna honestly solicit your vot* and

t It la that hxnor H li that dignity I To the till conan f Nassau County: r..ful bU'ln..mon In t'eroaodanatlaarh r'.I I will try to the bellel to 1.. that the hospital affaire are wood produce- pulp Reach dlvbeIn fur the punt .uoport.. on my mcrlti not my ale'merit.

I that I. John Guy Barrow am deteiInerl rm- I have qualified for the office ol Hlso an emplove of HayonlerIncorporated thai. have M gone before hard etc.to obtulr conducted In an Impartial and bust I elected. I will try 10 make fair 10 yelar.ao at have lIved In Fecoao' BEN
to put Into this high office Supervisor of Registration subject to working t nis Ilk* manner. and Irr th* best just decisions on each problem dma for 14 years. SORESSEl
If elected I ) work hard : l.ach
a goal .
I interested In the good admin -
aollclt am -
Therefore I wi -
humbly yourhelpl the Democratic primary In May --- --- --- --- ---- -- -
I With your help. anrl with Hodhe lalratlon of County government I fur nil for Ih. betterment ol County -
I earnestly solicit your Votean I Your vote and support will be apprt
a n. I will aerve you well the p. plo. with nothing to hide and
I It you will elect m* to th* high offleeof support In the rthoomlng prlmlll'Yr will hick nothing from the people I dated'
f Sheriff course real ...ur.) If elreted' to this important: fl1I..u cnn and ..lll work wllh .Commlasloners HAROLD E. FREDERICK
th. ..4 there n lll he rights for the mlnorlty promise to serve you th cltlrens I of for .fol.nl count government .
Couty sib honor efficiencyand
rule of the majority courtenvto
all liberty and juillre In all. And according to the law pertaining Your vote and active support In my FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
to thli olflc. behalf will he hl.hlv appreciatedOOr .
economy government t. James T. Nails. have qualifier I
If you lelect me to be your Sheriff dlv.will 1 keep regular offlc 'hours: fly* I I.L DES for the office of Snooty Commission!
you can rent aiaured that th. prestige a week. which. will enable thine from District 3. II

I' of Niaiau Countv will go up up and having h buslnesi luh this office to at I em 40 > of age, a resident 01NII".u I
un Your auppirt l I. Invited It will lend to same In a convenient and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .1. 2J veari. I lmvbeen Ii

i long be remembered Your Inform- courteous manner I wish I announce e to the voters of employed by Container Corpora
linn and .your questions and your ROY t. ARFLIN Nassau County that I am a candidate 01 I'ernie dma B..c'h fur the pail i
pra>... ,. '" he onpoeri'to4 for the office of County ommlsaloncr 2 lon p earsan d a home owner and IU

: JOHN GUY BARROW of for District I. subject$ to the May i cc fur lb. past 15 pair.. COMMERCIALPRINTING
For Supervisor Rcglitralloi primary { am married to the former Lettli

I. Dorothy Jeffrey llalngh wish to I Having once held an elective office L Hllinblh"m ol HII.rd. Florida.
announce my candidacy for the office In District I In Nassau Counly for 11 H gum
I. hefebv announce .. a candidate ol Supervisor o I Registration sub : tears. during whIch lame I w. I"I botham a fo.m. sheriff ol Nasaai
i for the office of Sheriff. of Nassau I ted to ire Democratic Primaries in ci ooccoo tact with the Hoard of Coun County We 3 daughter! whict
I County In the coming Democratic prl1 May tv Commissioners I feel that I atutqualified h we and art attending tht public
hold this hcxils of Nassau Coutv
mnryIn to very ianpoctastpo.illaan.
: offering mviielf ai a candidate I was horn sued reared In "ern.n. I I am an artlvt member of the Hed

f for thli Important office, I do eo .lth dma Beach the daughter of the I pro.I. If elected to thla off liethat Church and of the YuleP'TA" "
f the Shei"Ms Mrs Hells Jeffreys I reside at 101.1 undlvld.d.u.nUon
the lull undemtundlng give same my
office will reuuhe mv t"uil.Timeend South 6th Street with my and will at all tituse.cunaluctth. ':'In.t, In Ihe welfare and thl

If elected' aa vnirr Sheriff I nledg John Balogh who li emploved affairs of this office In a p">Ar... progress Iaa nofourraau alp. habib tho i

thnt I will give mv aervlcea full.tin .. the City of Vehicle leranttlna MaintenanceI Heach ., 11. sine economical and equitable ""n. d..r to serve my fellow cltlrena limy
To colorce the (own but be fair and rector ol ncr. giving the next "possible service pledge to you ai a candid,ite tot
) with everyone on matters : am a member ol Bt Peter to the people of this county thli office.
a comma' a icrs office. feel that my past 9 yearcofeus. County und have lived In thla are all that I will b* honest sincere. Just and i
f To always keep In mind that I am perlenct ai Deputy to Mrs Marie B.Stru. my life' I have iiluavi been a Imo cooperative and will fulfill my duties'I
a servant I of the people and a. luch ... Supervisor nf fn"l.trnlnn. roost. of this very Important office, In a prO
will conduct 1keofhia'eoutanenawr- imply qualifies me to I nm, married the father of three fresoia'e' but .00noml..1 m.nne. .
business mnn. bnsls fire. I ; 1 '
ienced givingtnvpavers 'chldr.n. a homeowner and a taxpayer earnestly lollclt Iournalean 'g
a thousand cf doll ira a venr. If elected I "I endeavor tn main .nl1 vOurnoleasttdau uyrt In support ai candidate for the offuof <
I will cooperate folly with the ether loin tie office mIte hull level on mv I.'r this iff lie County Commissioner from Dlttrlu.
liw enfircement a".riCe': ,.".rl>I, which It Is now run C h.h,1. (Rudy) RtTtellUSER 3.
amuse and "municipalities I will mlonerate 1 .ocuto win h* ermrerl.,* I JAMES T. NALLS Is A With Us
apced trap In this cnuntv DOROTHY JEtFREM nAII..1 Specialty

noretlowan y to operate" under my FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
A aeniie of fnlrneaa In rt.illne with For Supervisor ol Registration I Harry Pool. cholrm-l of thaN w l.h I announce to the voteri nl:r

our tourlntii end beach vlntora If o'e 1. Leroy Berrle. coaiivesouof ... County Commission' wish to Naiiau County that I am a candldatifor I
are to continue receiving our fair ".rn.ndl. Retch. "I.h I0000uuncenv announce mv candIdacy fir., reelecII of N aa.au County Com
hire of thli trade for the office of Supervisor ,m a* County C.nml..lone from ..m.mb.. 3. In the comlni r
However all flnfnnt trnfflc law of Registration Naistu County DistrIct' 1 i F ec000 alma l.urhl. Democratic prlmariel
vMitnrn. both out if Hate and local' 'In the coming Democratic Primary of In my first term In have If elected I pledge that I will continue ,
will be upprehcnded and brought InIIIII M"v 9. given U' years of great effort to put to put forth my every effort
,... I wnt born In 1.ln..lc'k. 01. 'In Into o I focal goverrment: the kind the best Interest ol our county aa t:
of Letterheads !
All po'nn.1 I will h.com.hilly 1
.I.rled mull prop.rly trained In taw when I only five months Commlo.lone.ai a private .. or elected officialI
en'-rr..nl. I old, In 1''I.n' lemle of pi,.Ilo Lust Mav I received the Jaycee feel I know tbeer.d.nfourcnun
Your v.ie and active support will hrohe out here In Fernttoulln.m, Of lb.fillre Hood llnvernment Award I".. also tv through a close association with Hi;
be F'neerelv nnprecl .ted nchbidcefl.lr then submIt this elected bv mv fellow:: Ciuntv commlssloners having been In buslnesi i Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you
I problems
H. 8. (Herb) McKENDRFR i much dreaded disease' onlv 10)..11 andnveolhercurvlyn to lIt enflicco I f CIa,sarata I alt, of reaince the age of U (with m;
at. the Commlssl lather), and sI.nnervivgonpoutachaoui
I attended St Juseph Aridemv and I am a college griduite. working board from HMD III January
FORTItla SHERIFF Femin-tina High' Si'him, ) I furthered I my wny lb raulln. f .ther uf a fimilv 1)159) am now servboga. member 01: may require and if the quantity is low just give us a call.
my education In D iMuna "Heach I of six tout president of the (hum Nassau County Recreation Commls! i
Ia In announce mv cutn.Iiducv assisted mv tuber In the Insurance her cif Commerce l Preside, nf the I aba 1090
5 M succeed "vself .. sheriff of NasvtuCounty business unll hi. de.ith In 1D.M then I r.rn.ndlnl Reich lions Club Prenl The Inr.county Is large and the lime li
aubject tn rules ol the May
5 assisted brother In the clothing Merchants Association
D.moc'atlo Orimary.e short but I will try to ..all ol :you
business and active In civic affairs. I have .
.1 Your vote and support be ap
I believe that my t..nlv.r..u' veari I a roncrtnownecao at reside of Nassau wl
am p he cameo County
e ..experience this office gu lilIes me at 11 South Bin St.. am married and I fu.r the past 25 vearit pcerlutteub.JAMES S. (Jimmy) STEVENS If we have printed for you before, a phone call will start
I n.ecvi you In matters of law en I
h.. a sin. David 2'. >. old I am available' ut all times at
Inro.m.nt cod on my record as your fel that I am. will qualified to serve I Hirdee Bros a
sheriff for the OatS six terms. I .... the people of Nassau toothy couit lore In I". unpco... h.rd".rI FOR COtNTY COMMISSION

perttully( request your vole and .upAaTSi musty and efficiently I mmuge and I will be readily available I ulsh t announce C to the voteri 01 r our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our
porl. _
If elected your of Reg to anyone who wlnhei to talk to
th* put t skull true to CHITV Istratlon I will lull time I nl eahout'uuo ly business. Nissau County that I am seeking; thtoffice
sIt? the dull. ol this office In a dlgnl to thli job With these qualifications It li my of County Commissioner from I

fled,.efficient and competent manner. I .ucnae thy and ilncerelv solicit deuce toeeco* you again and I th*I fifth Itthi born district and reared. In NaiaatCountv ; fingertips of all printing produced in our plant.
a with Jau-neis to all and special favors you. support In the coming Demo I for you to vole woo
; fOtol I have been U
to none I shall end escuesla ii tunes cratic election Pool I'na.May I fur Countv l and engaged
to the annul -.nt... ... in the timber buelnesi In our count;,
employ l' Thanking ivnu .d..ao' far your : sinner' D.trll 1, Fwn.dil lecb.Th.mk
a ties Jl I la "pnislbl to secure '''vot and supportLEROY etnc mv I.du.ton from t'.I.hal.
I .m son own C"np..n tr.oournr BFRRIE HARRY High Ihlt.lou. vars
a POLE I feel that to knov Ii
antI th.. P'horiuta NuIIon.ul. monk la m"d.po.llo.v. qu.llf.d
0 'hi compliance with Florida and handle the our. aoun i Our printers take pride in their; work and you are assuredof
Elecllon L."''.. For Supervise' ol Registration FOR COUNTY COMMISSION ty urrl I will appreciate' your .ol ami
i .
I ,D. J. YOUNGBLOOD'FOR I I. Kathryn ITrerel I Haddock annnunc I. John 1*. I"'red I Armstrong Sr nfI f .opport.D.. P. BRADDOCK
mv candidacy for the offlc ol I Cullahan did ejuallfy on March 4. IM4 I neat clean and accurate job.
TAX ASSESSOR! Supervisor ol Regiatralun Nassau I tar the hign oilu'* ol County Cosua.uuioataner a ,
: County' 0 1 from District No I end representing FOK COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
I announce C my candid'srve ell of N us,lu County
5 I have lived In Nassau County forth ,
for the otflce ol Nassi ComicS Tao past 30 yeurs I a.. educated In I we born In HII.rd. Ito Feb 2*. h.v qu.ll.d for ruth the office I
I Assessor sublect to the Democratic the schools of this county and attend 1129 I am ma.ld the f ureterDocta I 1 emn".o... DI.tlot
primary of May Slit 1W4 .d B odors a College for I years. Blobs w* have five chll I N..u coming Dmo
I have been sell implored In Hllllardsince tIme, four boys and girl Four of 1 Ocular primary. ;
5 1 am married to, ,K r. Hiddnck, and 0. I am a prolacrllt and knoKI PHONE
I active member 01'Irat d Callahan o'ne
1940 am an oat rchil.trenstlen
live at 41* South eih Street Fernan .
ta 1
I- Baptist I'hurch. .a Trustee. and dies, "Heach I am a member ol the I Shol. Mv oldest a ion I. married |I I what If .tl rldlol'r.hli most Imporlan. '
Sunday School teacherI former Linda Ann ThomasI I 261.3686
First Baptist Church. ,
0 to lb .
office I pledge cituena o
am presently servlmr mv 5th yearai Before to .. am nw busmenbeing AL
deciding .I.tnploy.d.
C Mayor ot Town of Hllllard a for the ofe mu.1 tenter of Call- every por of County that 1 I
5 I am the present ortary ol Naa I c.ndldl duties and procedure ol. hm on U. S No. 1 and No:101 will' u. of mv efforta to work foe the slyour : or
a IOU County Community Chest United this office I feel, that I am well qualsfted 1 am a member nf Callahan bent Commliione Nao.aaCoaanln I
a Fund for Ind year I am a member ot to discharge theie duties to your r Irst B.lpt.1 Church: Vlc..Pruldnl Ite..I.. AL : 261-3687 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER
C Milliard Rotary Club. .."In, ai prasl satisfaction. of the Chamber of Com Your vole and la lollcttw
0 dint In 1653 and IM3 I will. sincerely' appreciate vote n>.rre. .upp
your we will be a '
I Man of Action' award In Mv pledge to will b* .
Received' ef wwil-ieno In the Mac 1th primary :you hns.
0. W. BELL
sincere. and just partial In
I pledge an efficient. offIce whtiw and operative with evcryooe.
f mil are always welcome with weltalilid Hawing been euUud by numerous FOR
{ personnel Assessing all taxes For Supervlior ol Registration peopl"1.0cr She eounty to consider COCNT COMMISSIONER
( on a lair. and Just basis providing I this high offlc. I hone .u vr I am resident of thi I
I necessary lundi lor the progress oftfifgri I am a natlv of Ir"ll COUltV. flue pat wan. men mI" o abacneoaniuuiuoere. county married tit, th* former Hales,
County, U* school and all lu C.argU; but a r I kayO .tud.d Keen and have. ti\'* children. am a property
ptofflt wIth no unnecessary burden on Florida for I"y'"o 1) pears ol budget for the pait ytari Owner and active member I I

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r TIMBER LAND NORTH '4 of news on Mnmlnv, Mcv I II. 1B24
Too Late
WANT AD RATES NW 14 of sec 27, twp 4 N, R 24 WANTEDWANTED Rodney Camp Reports From \Washington when HIP New' \",irk tvenlnu Post

AS per word .75 minimum E, 80 acres. Located on good Aboard USS Hornet To Classify published a report nI I the B. ard 0 ofFnglnecrs

graded road In "Bray'I Pas THE CHANCE to D. R. Matthews fir Itlernal Imirove.; '
lard; of Think, RewluttoMUl On For East CruiseUSS By Rep. (Hilly) I
Similar Notice ture," NE of Milliard For sale give your old watch new beauty mcnt on the cnntemplated canal

to highest bidder by April 27 with SPEIDEL, watch band FASTFR; WEEK RFCFSSA tlmntcd to be about the time as B\ RtSSFIL K.\Y between HIP Atlantic Demo and
.3 per word '1.00 minimum HORNET IFHTNC I ) Rodney .
E B Philips 261.5313, Fernan- from Roblson. RUST SCIIE l'LE IV OUR the present Dlsiribiitlnn Plan Un the Gulf of Mexico" The Art ofCnntieiis
Cal l 2613686 or 261-1687: M Camp airman apprentice, Yon have probably heard! of or
dins Beach, Aide 11th DISTRICTI der the provisions of the bill a which produced tills report

or place Ad at office CSV, son of Mrs Ada M Camp ;late ran continue to use the Direct gnnlraliens Hint make a business was passed in 1A2A

51t Aah Street ANTIQUE: COLLECTORS and deal.ers MISCELLANEOUSFOUND bell of Yulee) Is serving aboard was able to spend a vcrj' Distribution plan, nr ran use 'of tracing missing persons and The! mule thin considered Wai

-- This Is your chance Sell. the anti-submarine warfare carrier pleasant and profitable week In the Fond Stamp Plan In Florida private deledKes who! will dig up by way of the St.Iary'a: River to

I 8 DOZEN different tSS Hornet which recently]; our 81b District during the period Informtllnn fir you al n price,
Ing complete store stock everything at I the present lime we have Ahnul Apnlnchlcoln Day. also from the

FOR SALE to go Sale starts Fri ways to beautify your watch arrived In \rkciMika, Japan on of the Easter Recess iron 20 of our Counties getting surplus hut hove von\ ever heard nf an nrginiallnn '. St. Johns River to Nassasous

day April 17 Lamps, china, cut SPEIDEL' bands now at Robl final leg of a six.month Far East I !\Monday March 30 through April food through Ihl' ptestnl surplus) Ihnt mikes a buslnes* Biv'.

glass, bisque pictures mirrors son i. crulie, II. Spnking: engagements Included diKlrihtilion prn I'Am. If Horldi 'of leafing !HOOKS'I : You will) hr ami 1rd at the Im.

'51 FORD V.8 n & H. AT, frames Beautiful collection FOUND: APPROXIMATELY: 12 Hornet! Is the hub of a a meeting at Breinmn where I addressed wishes to piilltlpiile In the rind I Iniulii I believe Is HIP only corns amount cf Morldi liKtorUril

WSW, $830. Phone 26!.49)3 after furniture Better not miss this ft plywood fishing boat. Owner sub.surface and air the Levy County RuialDevelopment Slump Program and II title Kill stale Hint ran bins! of such 1 re. : ilnln/ /and Inform,illnn that M

5 p.m. Alec )ler" 8urrarl"1 Council, and a noon scinch em/ II I/<11 loll It Is KIIDVUIus \ ,
sale 2125 Pearl, Jacksonville Identily Phone 2,1-3R5!! AI6p group working ''s pissed bv the S'nite mid, ho 1 aviiildble/ Ihrniiuh Ihr Hunk Trie
LI 5.0917. Alllp find and destien enemy' Lunthum medlnu In Gainesvilleatlemlul the :; It"tk Trl"'rM111,1/ / In located tub, mr.ller wlwtsnhjiit
TOMATO PLANTS: fcr;;; ;siiT;; 213 nines Imv. alI"'II'lall'Iall') i ices "rUllnI7a, 11111. :No; \ \;
by ',nlv 100 USDA rm ('hIlIIlI111l.o'IIII'hla) ,,
LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS rims n< AKCIKV of Ilnricli must t make I Ihr inn arty be( mltmeKlcI In
North 13th, Phone 2611286. Alp!) FOUR BEDROOM home on corner with drink. plo 'I's. I I' was also privileged tcntti lloildi I Is n hlItIl'IMlnlt.. and I .
help your Ilointt his been participating request, 1 for particlpntInn l In, the you will pi: bnblv be able ti obtain

WF BUY AND SELL ANTIQUE lot near school, 11, baths, leg problem Write Box 38. In a 'ollrdillal.'d U. S-Nationalist 'nil a Dinner meeting nf tin Secretary if -Urluilluie thinsinicls/ el line ks. stoilcs nnd<<'1 '' Just nl>"ml everything Hut

CHINA and class. 1255 S. Florida room, separate dining Clt7 or Phone Jan El 6-7700 Chinese Amphibious] exercise called Alaehua County Mental Health Uhcwltollen 1111 After a sic'rill in titles have/ been '1I'IIIc'nIIltn1l1 was ('wrlflllt'., nn the subje'ct
room living rm with fireplace' Association and her an encellenaddress ] It since Peinee off the .
Fletcher Ave, Phone 261 3331. Operation Barkpick' Florldi hlstorjVtcnilcl
Ire'me'nilotis pnitlunn elibnle, the during
tee separate garage Phone 261.3841. FLOOR SANDING and refiniihIng coast of Taiwan to test the see as. by t'lorlda's senior Srnn House passed the \UttstCnltm ant"" I nn Hnridn sill at SI Angus. I you like la knnl"bat

tic Floor tile. Paul E Hinson sault capabilities and readiness fat, Spisss.nl l L. Holland l. A Moose Hill Theme cf us who snpperled" It I line. wis pnhllfihe'tl In New York and

FOR SALE two( tone I'm Ford, Phone 261.4609./ tit Cid! initiation; which 1 attended llcnll/lna"' HIP repel fur a rlcai. .
of the forces of the Seventh 11'1! \\nshlnil cnneerninn
53 X 10 HOUSE TRAILER, 2 bedrooms be';Icve II will l'ro"'I'1 the Incnme : nivvspipers
power steering automatic tram In Onine-Hllle was' most Inspiring Ili: hniise nf Y lol'Idn dita Buck
and the \Nationalist: Chinese Navy llu' Semmnle Wir" Ask Brokrraeers
late model. With washer. WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS ; nf Ih.'hrol) farmer lit a less cool
mission, radio< and heater cat The Initiation Il'lIml'a compostd 'I'MIC'ers set, nut In, Hither till nvnlihle .
and Marine ( 'nil. c piesn'f ;
Pinecrest subdivision Phone 261 any make. Stoves detuned 'pros I lo the hi'(It'ral C;: vcrnmeiit Ilinii I hl'y111I si you
belts, and new Mrcs Pnrtd to nf retired mrmlxrs of this glen 111 l"l'a II 1111. Over I HuMIIIS '
stories and re.
3903 A16pMCE Buy, sell, repair used furniture Hornet Is mhcclulcd In return to the present prcgrnm; and' I winch : Ihr iirtieles nr
Sell! Owner needs money for college fraternal order who live nl Moons'hmt'n liny Suits/ a' Irn, ',1 and/ <<1 s,'.
Ph. Hester, Yulee 55294. tic Its heimopcirl al I,emu Keuh, Califnn '" will, In the case nf cotton, pel'nut I commend< expenses Phone 2f11686 or ., LARGE: LOTS for oak. In Onnme Park, In DIM l'lIih..I'' 1'111.,1 ci''untie'ss Items nhnul Fluedu add! lleinnl Infirmnllnn/
------- -- -- -- ----- AptII13PUBLIC: our textile' mills In 1'ie ) : !
2CW282. ,',ood tel mi. One quarter mile Conuresslonnl 1 District! The (11 Jentlrmen Stiles ti buy cotton nt Hie snot' hocks. -- mmiv nut if pilnl While our slnte llbrnrv In Ttlln.hnssee .

rivE BEDROOM nOME mar high South of Five Points on Amelia HELP WANTEDSALESMN averaged. as I recnll price Hut 1 their luiclui mmpdi. Inr Venn, newspapers' and<<1 and nt the University <>fHnridn

Rd Call 281-5421 tie about 73 years of ace and II wn nmcn/lnc'' m'titles. have much,. mntetn) |, on
tlon conISITORS.
school!. $0.OflO with $175: down K 0
IN Re.:TAIL establish NOTICE really nn Inspiration to watch Do you know what Antonio dr this and other subjects t nireti'r.hi .
month COMPLETELY FINISHED 3 I : : 1I:1'::
mcnt Opportunity for advance. their performanceRFCFNT \' Ih'I'II.ra'rllir about Florida In available thiotigh < Trseer
i5r home builton voTlfK OrfHNF: OP POI.UNfipi ,
bedroom masonry mcnt Write Box F, C/O News .Are IOHPRFCISCT 'l/l'MH"RI'1I Rl'rrnl'IHllon In my office II I he I lillh centiny When and whirr supplements much of It ?anil. ll

THREE BEDROOM home near your lot, with carport hard. Leader, tic I IN THW: VI !,\00: OF VI'I,BE, BMLS PASSED BY It was published Hick. Tracers available nt medcst cost. "'

Blackrock on one acre $K>UO. wood floors Graded roads and NASSAU (OINTV, FLORIDA. TIIF HOISF have Inc.hided: The Reverend, Fred ,, Kill ,tell von and<<1 give the' source Otelh'r'1h.
Notice li hereby given that the T Lnimhnn Dr r. T York, Jr If you would like
$450 down to veteran lots remote areas acceptable IF YOU ARE 21 or over, desirous Ibard of Cvunly ('nmmtrato50rl n Among (the Imp'irtanl mensurpsreeentlv lie said:: fiirmnllnii nh",1" this Inli-uiiUiiH
and Dr. Hivmntd F (rlsl. all ofGnlnesvllli ,
of source
7750 BUYS 3 bedroom home out \In"n. No cloning costs Write or In person at Blue Seat. Social the pilling 7 located plue-e I In for the Preclnrt Village. Nunhtrfd 0 i iYul. I Representatives: were Aim'Inn 'Mr.: Mr W, Itnlph N. iltueki! ( linn' 'II.,ill wits 'in Island they mimed, It for n enpv if thdr( rurreocotdd'Ing : [ : *

side clly limits Chain.link fence. I call Steven R. Been, Box 8299, security and health card required. ... Ninau Countvv. Flnrld i, and 111 I A hill amending HIP Organic : la Morldi. hi'en/ use II his n eif I-lorlda publirnliniia nr.tnlt
hurl's '
anti Mr. (
nf SI AimuHllne
A30c that laid pnlllng place hiss now' been I. : ,
Jan 11, Fla AlecSITUATION Act of the National Bureau o' beautiful view nf .
Nothing down to veteran I _____ ____ denlgnaled nnd e.t ihlhhed In he nl I D. (cnwav, and RI"'an Isms. I Imr. I wry. ninny them what your preible< )jtnel Ih
the new Cnuntv nulldlng Incited nn Standards to make certain Improvements ( .mil, wnoilliinds, and< ftfr -tt Irs D. ('oll\\'ny' III, and TI1nuI1Y trreht4 arc
NOTICE ROB1SONS Jewelry the Southerly side nf State Road 200 I ml aclminlHtrallve .
of level mill iinifirm mid heiaiisemeirivcr ,
ONLY: $250 DOWN, no closing costs. Store Is now headquarters for A between State. Road a (U 8, Hurh, : : W Cinwav, of 11as1Pnlntkn:: I I supply lust whit, you need AdlrcsiHoik
practice 121 the Tressury discovered It
: they .
way 17) und Male Rosa 200, In the it, Traecrs, (liuluol.i, Florida
newly redecorated two bedroom the complete line of SPEIDEL WANTED Village of Vulee Namau Countv. .Post Office Appropi'Intlons Bill I In thp lime if, llie t least of 4
Florida. and that all elections. .. A GREAT SOI.nil R TAKES IDS
home near high school $7750, watch bands see amount nf $62 billion I "
I In the Mowers' ,
cliil, sod general I, hereeifierhtld
$33: month -- -------- -- -- In Nassau nuntv In laid Pre. I! which sum was $46.S million I less PLACE IN IIiSTOItYEvery I While we consider Hie Ftturimiv'rase :1 JOHN E. ( Jack))
WORK wanted 2 3 Individual who appretlnles(
MAID days
or duct Numbered 7. ihall he h.ld.t :
than he( budget estimates ( Stale Cnnnl/ cm'rent newsdid ,,
FOR RENT a week Can give reference Ill aid pnlllng pities In said County I great ciualllies of spirit and lend.
216 NORTH! lllh ST 3 bod- bulldlnllI.OARD our Government has not von know Hint It wus nine''I MATTHEWSlent -
S 12th, Alilp I OF COUNTY COM ershlp feels a sense personal
down minted a silver dollar since 1011 I IA
room, Ml tile bath $260 ,
ONE OR TWO bedroom furnished silver dollar today In actually bereavement with the pnsslntj Hut In the evening cf mv mcmnrjlilvvnvs )
$63 month COUNTY : For CnvrKpgr
apartment Private entrance 421 PUBLIC NOTICE By i /./ Harry I'xdeAs worth more thnn a dollar I If Shot great American si.Idler I hue I ,',lines", and<
John T. Ferreira & Son North 3rd tie NOTICF TO TRFDITORg I I ATTEST In Chalnnnn that makes sinse because the renen| Doiiulns MaeArlhir CmKress chocs Dilv, Honor Coun. Aulhirl/ed l b> C,imp linn TrewwrrtPilel Pil AdV.

toll Atlantic A'., Phone 26I-RS71 FLORIDA STATlTFdIV ,./ I) O Oxlev silver. In the silver di"liar Is I valut\ d adlniirned this IIIMIl1."k for Iryt'!
THE' COUNT Of THF COI'VTJI'DClF. \ nn hour and we went ns n urnup ,
:. NASSAU COtNTY, FLU. I al $1.onp>. There was an I'rlllrtmil
II EXALUM CUSTOM MADE 41 411. Id K 30 to HIP Rotunda i,f HIP ('opltntwhere I
Adults only 16: Atlantic Ave, jaw, IN PROBATE. -- -- !!\' to add more funds l for the
Venetian blinds measured and Phone 261.4835. lfcONE In tei, Fitale of I Bureau of the Mint for mlllthlll Ihr silent hndy nf the den.

of oolors. JOSH CRLWS DeceasedTo PUBLIC NOTICE ) lay In .
Installed Wide era repose
range; All Credltori Peruse Havlnirialmi 100 mlllicn' silver dollar, but till I REPOSSESSED !
PORTER 1 1OVEQUST Color : UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom or Itemandi Asalnkt Hale t.. IV TIIF: nun'IT OIRT IV ANII amMldml'nll'1I rejected OIK One eolinnnlHt said nf Re'nernl
1 Cwiwr. Phon. 201-3068 tfr duplex apt Back of Courson's ,., that Mints di. MarArlhurIf : i
You and each of ynu are herebyIfntlfled I. 'NCrKY. ( ''HI': fI. 2505 problem Is present n
Store S Points. Gas heat, Contact and required I to preient any; II, Hllr:Al r t. not have the rapidly to produce we as a nation must die. we
809 Amelia Drive clalmi and demands, which or PI.l lilt IffFRANC. .
Gene McCall or phone 261.5649. you silver dollars This Rill did can find nn belter winds to die CADILLAC '
have urnln the .yo. more 1957
SEVEN ROOM house, $12500 $400 Aide : :OloI"UJn''h.y: Crews. deceased '.F* K NMFALFV, provide for $103 million for eon by, this side nf serlplini. lion ,

down -- late of laid to the County; Drlcndan5 his lust
County slmetlon of a new Mint bv 1'llifi, his. given nt public uppi '
of Nassau nl or
2109 Florida Ave, UNFURNISHED APARTMENT Judge his office In he court muse 1aaf STATE OF FI.OH IDA which would mini 3 hllllim milts 'urn me at West Point: I

$11000 home. $350 down 3 rooms and private bath Apply County at "ern odin a Brach, Florida. TOF RANCES K hHEALFY a and should!! lake care nl The nhmlnws me lI'IIIZlllI'lIillll NEW RECAPS 1964 TAG
Forest Hills 111 So. 5th St Attic within ilx calendar months from the nome. Redwood Highway North for me Tin1 twilight Is IlI'rl' Mvriiivs I I
time of the first publication of thlinitlc tetaluma. CaliforniaYou the Nation small coin needs [Inr

17 lots Prices start $21:>0, and up. unfurnished house, *. Two copies of each claim or are hereby mulled that suit some time lo icime I; 131 n Supplemental nf old have vnnlshc I tune)I
TWO ROOM demand ihall be Itf wIltnfa nd ihall has "beenOed agalnit vnu In the alwvi I. 1 Hill In and tins f They I: l pons', glint:
Acreage -fffr ante the plan* of residence end prmtoffice entitled cans; and that you are hereby $395FLORIDA
13 Acrci on Chester Road 3500. ROOM FURNISHED garage eddren of th* claimant. and required In file yuur animer with Ilhe amount of $42 million for fls. merlnu lhroiiL.h Hie1 damns nfthlnus I
3 to the claimant hit Clerk nl Ihli Court and to nerve .
shall be sworn by the 1 thul were Ihelr' memory !
Homes ral 14(14( for the Departmentnf
and .accnmpinledhy thereof the plaint, nr year
lent or attorney rutty" opts .
FROM $3300 to $35000, In town -trd a films fee of one d illnr: and surf: h PlHlntlfl. ..ttorn.yhu... name andaddreii I Labor In be used for line'mplovrmnt Is cine of wondrous In'milv. wal

the beacb.COSTACT or demand not so filed mall I lie II'' compensation for Federal crdl hv li'irs nod<<1 riiiixeel tied

and on PETE I\CRAM SMALL house. ONE bedroom unfurnished void Mntlldn Crew I Mercury eel N lawP Kev.alkltsAttorney I employees and I'xl'rvlr'l' caressed, by the smiles if ye.sic rcliv NATIONAL BANKAT

As ninmtratrlx eif the Eatnte I O llnx 4IUFernnndtna 141 the Authorisation Bill I Hstm vainly but with Ililrs
Salesman itflr dereaiied hears. Florida, not liter men; I'
of Josh Crews
the nulndvnf
for wilehlnu
ty ear,
L, L, Bohsnnon Agency TWO ROOM furnished apartment Pint public'atmiv 4.16. 1'KM. than May I II. IIIA4H I for appropriations for the Notional FERNANDINA BEACH
13 North 4th Phone 261.5269 Tho.. J. Ih..., Jr. Attorney! you fall tn do .0, Di-rrce Pro Acronmitles and Space Administration fnlnt buiiles hlowhm reveille nf I
till. 23 M, gT I Confemo will he entered iig ilnst you "
41 In the ami tint nf $>.2 lIar drums healing'( the l Inns rill
andAcreage" I
"We solicit Listings on Homes I. 8AHLMAN -- ---- Inr the relief demanded lit the C.n.PI '
I ,ilnt. billion Included In this amount
PHONE!: tSlSttl PUBLIC NOTICE The nature of said lull being dlvVitnem '. Item nf approximately $114
I was in
I .
REPOSSESSED IN THE!: CIRCUIT fOIRT' FOIRTII I Vorre, hand I and the neuliol million for ronslriiclinn it I Cape' ,
5COMPLETE unturnlshed $35 month Completely (' HOKUM. IN (11"1'1.I laid Cruel al t-ernnndinu I Beieh. Non I I Kennedy; and 151 the J.cKlsliillvpBranch ii'F r aAI
ROOMS I lau tnunlv I I'larldd i. this 7lh day
renovated. Phone 261- CFRY 1754.IFRNANUIVA April A D. !I'III-t. I Appropi'lot Ions Hill In the
FURNITURE /5/ D 0 O.ley 4CLERK of $173.7 million, which InSiO
tic t'FIIF.R"L sAvaNoland nmntint
Over Payments 4109 or 2G1 5412. : 01" 'IRCUl'f e 4A5"
I LO"N AIIHIIII"TIIIN, a corporaIlan muniOfi million less ihnn Ihr IxuLct;: 1 t
I AH.OH being I trannferre-1 out nt country 41 lei il,3t\: \ (
Uklnx hie fjmllv' will him wantiunmet ONE FURNISHED one unfurnished I Plalntlll estimates 1a kl a '

:no In take over pnvnieti on his I apartment, oreanslei. I br'
round 126 S. Fletcher LFF: W. MORC,AV. a wldiw, MN1 Ar.RirilTlrHI. ATS
enr' lull nf iota ti chair I In high grade tear .
and .LI"MIIt.M'H"Y.
nvlon, convert lo bed 2 end tahlM' I rhone 261.3138. Jc MORn"ltoMI'NtY. her husband. IALLA'5.FR NCITICP OF INTFNTIOVTl LY PASSFII RY TIIF: IIOUSE
with nmtrhlnK encklall. 2 I velvlanpni WILLIAM I.I The foeiel Stampel. TheHume
ofcartieh : MORI' AN a sets I MNAL IIISCHAK ,
cllnlrj chair, IDS iq ft t I FURNISHED efficiency arart- EAt lit R Y MORI,.AN, a minor, LNITtl rlKII PTAfl I'I'H has passed the lieu id 1 0ami.Art ) 'lAr'

261.4944 ) 8TA1H: II)' AMFRHA IN TOl RT OK TIIF tOl'N t\'' iIX.F.
CONSOLE TV beach. Phone whleli I spnnHorccIalong
ment .
on a measure
; llif 'ndunl '
NASSAU ( 01 STY, KIUI-: 'fitrIOKIIIA 1 / 1I
IIEDRM. cnnslrn l of full lire denser. after 5. tfc NOTICE OF SALE IN PKIIIIATr;, with mnny nlhir) Memhen ill I I
cheat tt 4. hmkaiiM bed B ivi room Nnllc ll hereby given shut par In re the Estate nl of Congress. At Ihr "present lime ( t '
coniliiti of let maple bunk beds with VACATION APIS. luunt to a final decree of l..rfl'l"oure "TTlF: M. ASfiF..RSON. n..d.
mulching oho 7 pc dinette with entered In cause rjmhered 87M In To All Whom II May tone ern: we have a (Direct Dlstrilxilinn
APTS. completely
formica top Fnmllv die refrlgerotor OCEANFRONT the Circuit Court nf Nailau County Nonce Il hereby given that Annie Plan erf t surplus tigrleiiltnral <'emmodltles .
1 move ..l.n Included furnished Day. week or month lin-Ha, I will tell the property lit May Conk filed htr final report aiAftmlnlmratrix '
ORIO PRICE $1176 In Nailau County, lorlda, Sine 11oy I 1"lIiI I, we'
I I Fletcher Ave, 261.5878. tic uate-l '"( the entote el ItnttitM
584 S. described II J had lieu nf this Plan' ,pilot I IIcg I
BAL DUE $297 : lemon, dere med; that the filer 1 have In
Lot Twelve till. Block One 111 I 'Il : ;
petition for final tllai'hanae un in 43 aicas
Nod I'rogrims
WKLY PAYMT'S. $2.50 BEACH APARTMENTS year SOUTH IIEACH according to pi itrecirded that she will apply to Ihe II"n rabli Stimp

Nn money down no payment Oil MavA round. $15.$r>5 month, furnlih-' In PI it n'H,k 3. pale Unf ] F Weeitherl' Ciunty J'l.IKO a''.l the rxiMilinee of hose programs
,K for s..r. 5 ,.."...'-" In itoroKo al Included. Ph I the public record. of NJIUJU i Nassau Ciunty. Florldi un the 211- proved to me that they make pus TI
NATIONAL ed, electricity County, Florida. day <"l April I I'lIU, tae ai pn val nl r ,
WAHEHOUSF30M 261-544(5( tic at public ..lie. to the hlRheit un lime, and I!;r final: I dlnchariie a> Adminletrutrln date a more efficient use of our

FimvnTTtr lielrh. Blvd.FL 9.2561 ------1 1 bent bid ler for cash nt the Fititerlv eif the thtnle 'I tithe M surplus find. fat the needy than
I ,
M Of, Sun. 121 APARTMENT North Front Dour of the NamnCounly I Amlrrsorr. rimeiied on till 2 tit" djnl < Plan
Open the
In Fem S4lburban
M irrh. 1 M4 i _
JAX. FLA. unfurnished Corner 4th and (teach' Fl 107d., nelueerf 1 II 1 CM A Nand i, Annie May Conk The cost of the prngrnm is es. Iii I J'1I _
Aide Calhoun across street from I 00 P.M on the >7th day ol nlnimratrlx I' of she estate ol iI Propane
April DIM luhjeet Hivevcr, to thnsht I Halite M. Anden. dreejsed
REAL cE-3 BEDROOM I.- one ghoul St. Joneph's Academy. of reden,pll'ifl arcirrted.< the 41 3W 41. 9. IIIi (r
.4200 201-380U tic toiled Slates" under Rciti, in Win,cl,. '
i .
both, irrsowy house with lifetime Phone 2hl or
Title 2ft l'nll"d Staler Cxle legrlh
roof I and attached Ranwe Fl'I1ccllyard / D'tJPLEX--; er with II.* prl"rlllci if the Unlt.d I i PUBLIC NOTICE yY I -'
Ready finunccd KEAN FRONT t..jle. i.f An'erlcn n* net f"rlh In the
top neighborhood stairs or down furnished Fenced Final I piMree if f ir"rlo.ure enKreelU NOTTF rnrniroKi TERMITES ? .
Immediate occupancy .HIM IV THF: OINTV 41:IH.t1I11: SIT, iI I
yard. Call 261.4174.l ticFURNISHED th. above '5d' egoxiry I IN AND FOR N4HIUII ICIlNfV,, y li
TIIREE : D 0 Oxley, I'Jek
; .
BEDROOM house nearYulec DOWNSTAIRS apart- CtEALIHerlwrt I I NO.tJII.: NSa10a1F0 f __

Florida'; Large lot Flinanc" i meat for rent 4 rooms with bath ., Atlantic Wm. Fluhler2lil Avenue. IN RE IK :LONDF ESTATE: drceawd OFIsot J I I _

ed with FHA loan for $>0 per Ptmiy' hot water 110 Smith 6ihBt Fernir j Un;i Brach,. Florldj TO: All rrrtllnr. and All Poems 7irerminix! t 1

month fan be purchased for transfer Apply upstairs, 112 S. 6th tic All rney foe Plaintiff, 1I..I"e t'1..lm. or Imand. Apln.l
4.18 aid UlalfYou :
costs of only about $50 V: ; It .nd each nl you are herenvnotified rUfUlUC MOOILWNHMM
down payment! tWO BEDWOOM 1 furnished house. and required lo prenent any I. CAPACITY
BURNSRegistered Call 261.4663. AUld PUBLIC NOTICE e''."ma n"'l deln.nil whlt'h you. or NgM kmsl Rrnl rgertalyd' I I
PAIL C. either of you. may have agalnal the Out! LINO

Real Estate Broker -. MrtRAsIEAPn. INVITATIOV FOR WrDI ent.iie of Louts Londe. deteuied. I..tcnf e call ter iNiuurn
ill Otis SI Phone 261 3606 Seated bide will be accptd In the Noiiau Countv Inrleln. ,. In the $5000 GUARANTEE I
South ONE THREE ROOM downstairs offlr. of the State Former Hnridare.re.t "n'.nhle J t:. W.oth..rr..rd. County details. iIYLAAWARMNTT.
:Newly decorated Service, T .'lihu! ..ee. Horirlu. Judge. uf NIHJU County Florida. and Ilpa1aA 1as. 1/ nits 151.11a ..
POSTERBOARD assorted colors, furnished apt. until II M AM ChT May 4. sow I tile tee dams in hit 0111-. In the County n
carbon scratch pads bond Private bath. Utilities, hot witcr, for the lump' turn sate of an tl nat Court titans In N illau County.
paper madhlne furnished $873 ed 4M020 I Board Feel nf iiwt miner H..rlelu. ilhm, llx calendar month
and mimeD paper, onionskin, for washing t International I Scilel and 410 cords from the dale of the first publiceiti' MAHONEYTERMINIX
sale al NEWS LEADER, 511 Ash week Arm! beach winter rentals of vulpwejod Timber tn be cut !I. ....7."'. F: "'h claim nr demand shall t
For Informed call W 1. Vc- lucatecl nn C try Btute Foreit, Naiiav be In vritlnef. and ihall Hale the plan
St County I-'lorldailKMeri of retldrnee and pool oftiee addrernof
Cranie, 2111.-11'1'12. If no answer will he. required to pout sf I the ililmeint and shall be swum CO. SUBURBAN

1953 CHEVROLET fair condition. I call 2G1.0035. tic '' t"r'i Check In the amount (il' I to by the cl.ilm.mt, his agent nr ultornev .
no hid I bond Minimum ai. end any such claim or de
A16p 1430 ai
Call 261.562 alter 4pm
--m>Ol\t unfurnished 2 car ZepUhle bid la 5lO2tLN1 Surety ll' n' nand "fli .n filed' ihall he void SERVICE SINCE 19-JO!):
::-- :-Two In :the atnnunt nf JO f persons nf thebid DATED thll 7th day if April IMMl PROPANE
COUCH CHMR $12 garage apartment at beach $Sj; price la required of th* lutiiuful I / PV.AHL SCHUMACHER LONDF
l ln-slze box springs, $3 each round. Call 261.4602. tIe bidder Pearl Kthumarher Luau. al Adminlitratrlx Inspection
year Th. Florid Forts !Srvlc r.. / ol In* enlald of Louis Ixinde '7"
565 S Fletcher, Phone 261.58'8.ICc. GAS CO.Ph.
ervei the right to meet any or all dcceaned Phone Jacksonville .
bldiInwrnted. '5' HERBERT WM. FISIILF.rt

TWO Rayon In'nrmlu"parties, hv may Welting obtain' "corn.Apt. rda. 215 Herhort'i Atlanle Wm. Avenue.'Iohl.. COLLECT EL 4-1758 I 26M661 7 S. 7th St.ewIILl'ndl'I' .::
BEDROOM house on
Trade At Home must Omit'.. Forest Management Fernandiffa Mark Florid.Altiirney I
Rd. Large lot Terms arranged Branch Tallahawe. Florida. for mid eiute4t .
Ph 261.5421 rte ft 1-111. J3 4 9.1II.23.III:!

4s' '

a twr r

I rage Twelve Newa-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida< Thur 3ay, April 16, 1964
MOMMY, APRIL 20th, Ed R. Sikes .
dews j From Ensign O'Rourke I A. Assigned -

Playschool In the Game Room at Completes To Weather and $.30 for grades 1-8 and $.43
TrainingAt Duty Pine Forest
9 30 a.m.. Carolyn Vl/.carrondo, I Nassau Reports 28 for grades 7.12. The play will take
The Rec CenterBY adult kodir. U.S. Navy OCS In North Atlantic Primary Sets I place In the school auditorium.
Class 9.111 In the
Ceramics (ages )
Art Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank UCGC ANDROSCOGGIN FIt-! Cancer Deaths As Play April 24 ROME, Surgeons In Italian
SANDY DeSANDROflllRSDAY Sides Inslr, TNC) Arthur R Slkc, seaman .
hospitals went on a two day striketo
of Pine
The primary department
APRIL 16lh. i I II 5th and 6lh grade Fun Club In the I Ceramics Adult and Room Teens at Ceramics Lap p,m, In Hank the apprentice Mrs James USCO D. Sikes son of of Route Mr and I. State Toll Rises Fcrcst Community school will protest i government decree ap.
I "
Auditorium 3 30
at p m present "The Frog Prince, a two | health .
Milliard, will depart Miami Beach portioning fees paid by Insurance
In the Game Room Sides. Instr
Playicho I Sub Tern Hub In the Game Room I act operetta t April 24, at 7.:30 p.mIn ,
April 28 abotrd the Coast Guard During the year of 1963, a t Mal< dtctorsFERTILIZER
Vl/carrundo, Ja.Vco In the Conference Room agencies to hospital
t 11:10: am I y
at 7:15: p.mSi of lr)9 deaths recorded for the school 1 cafctorlum |I .
adult leader. IBelllnnru' | I'i at 8 00 p.m. %9 eer CutterAn droscrggln for a tour of were -
Class In the' and.,ird FlrM Aid Class In the' Inland Squares Club In the Auditorium I 1.1. duly on weather station In the all of Nassau county. Of this tctal, i The operetta, fashioned after the
Sewing 00 Auditorium at 7:10:: p.m? Sandy DeSimclro 1 i at 7:30: p m. North Atlantic more than 17 percent, or 28 per. I well' .known fairy tale, may be
Conference Room at 10 am. Inslr. I Cotillion Club Board Meeting In Androscoggin, a high endurance sons died from canter I seen by adults for a donation of

Mary Harrison, Hume, Demonslra |I Men\ and lii health Club In the Game Room at 8.00 p.m, r cutter, provides navigational aids The provisional Information was $ 40 and by children, grades 1.3
Una Agent Instructor |I the lliaUh: Club Room, day and : Men and Boys Health Club In > for trans.Atlantic aircraft weather obtained from the 1003 Vital Sla- fur 15c; grades 4.12, 25c.
Adult Ceramics In the Art Room I evening the Health Club Room day und Information and lion standby tlstlc Report of the Florida State
.t 3:30: p.m. Hank Sides, Instr evening for search and rescue opera. Board of Health and the compila. I Peck High To
Adult Beginners' Ballroom Dance I SATl'RU.AI'RIL 18th. Atlantic Avenue Playground supervlstd I l'J'"W: lions I tlon of cancer fatallUt's!! was Issued 50 Ibs. 6.6.6
Clans In the Auditorium at 8 00 p. \ play 3305.30 pm Don : .. Large helium filled balloons are this week In I special report made Present Senior
m, Mr and Mrs, Gil Becker, Instrs : Taro Tcnnl Class at the Atlantic ', Nanncy Instr released from the ship and are by the state office of the Florida 22
Men and Boys' Health Club in I Avenue rnnls Courts at 9.M am., I tracked by radar to determine Division of the Amirlcan Cancer I Flay April $155|

the Health Club Room day and Dun CalduUI. InMr I 1 nsu.APRIL: tint.Playschool .- winds aloft. Some balloons are Society In Tampa. Peck High School senior class
evening I I Adult Tends Class at the Atlimdc : In the Game Room ,. equipped with lightweight radio This special report also disclosed \ will\ present "Mystery, Mayhem ,
transmitters which send the that the death rate from can.
I ship
Atlantic: Avenue Playground sup I; Avenue Tennis Courts at 10.30 at 9.30 a.m. Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, Is still the Increase from and Murder a mystery cumedy 6.6.6 Pellets
I Information of the temperatureessure cer on
ervlsed play 3:30.5:30: : p.m., DuoNanny a.m.. Don Uildwcll, InstrCciamlts I adult leader, x in three ac s, the evening of Wednesday I
7719 deaths In 1960 to provision
and humidity This off. a
I .
I April 22 at 7:30 m
Class : p
Instr Ballroom Dance
Sub Teen
PounnK Class In the
shore weather Information lids the al total of 9470 deaths In 1963
FRIDAY, APRIL 17th Art Hixim ut 9 OJ a.m., Hank Sides, In the Game Room at 3,30 p.m", Ed. Bob O'Rourke Carter, son of of Yulee Mr., was andMrs. Weather Bureau In making long Total deaths recorded for Florida Donations will be $60 for adults. I ISocletY'1 $199Grotone|
IiiktrPiipiul. Sandy DcSandro, Instructor statewide 55543,
range predictions during 1963 was
recently commissioned as Ensign I
Nutrition School In the Auditorium Tluulic 'tagea| 681, In Teen Ballroom Dance Class In According to a Society spokesman I
In the United States Naval Re.serve
at 10.00 a.m. the Auditorium ut 10:30: a.m.. the Game RIM m at 7.30 p.m., Sandy 1 Gerald an estimated 17.000 new 1964 educational and Pellets
faith Brlllun, Inslr, !DcSandro, Illdr.Bal'b'rshopper.. King Reports cases of cancer will develop In fund raising Crusades, much can
In the Conference Ensign O'Rourke completed the be teamed about cancer and whatto
To West HAS the state during the coming
It's-Time To Think of II Puppet Tluulre iaiii 9.121> In Itoom at 8.00( p.m. Intensive sixteen week officer Key twelve months Based on past estimates do about It. It Is our hope that $298
Storlflg Winter Garments! the Auditorium ul 11:30 a.m., Pain'Ing for Leisure m the Club raining course at the U S. Naval I ,KEY WEST, FLA. 'IFHTNC) most prevalent new cases all citizens will obtain cancer education
Faith Britlun, Instr Officer Candidate School, U.So literature which Is avail. I
Room at 7:30: p m erald D King, aviation structural will possibly occur as follows:
DRY CLEANING Teen Club in the Game Room at 1 Men and Boys' Health Club In Naval Base, Newport, Rhode Is- I mechanic third class, USN son of cancer of the colon and rectum able without cost and that they

SPECIAL ::7:30: pm. the Health Club Room, day and land, Graduation exercises were Mr and Mrs, Nolan O King of 2200 new cases: lung 1800: breast will\ \ contribute to the fund-raising HARDEEBROS.
I Cotillion Club Dance In the evening held on 7 February 1964, Admiral 2112 Belvedere Ave, reported 1700; uterus 1403: prostate 1100; Crusade so that the Society can.
$1 For 8 Ibs. Auditorium lit 9.00 p.m, Atlantic Avenue Playground sup. Claude V Rlcketts, vice chief of March 16 for duty at the Naval stomach 750; leukemia 500. cer control programs can be ex

Month\ of April Only I i Men and Boys' Iliallh Club In ervlsed play, 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don Naval Operations delivered the Station, Key West It Is not our Intention to alarm panded and Intensified in the year Atlantic Ave.

: ASKINS ,I' the Health Club Room day and Nanncy, Instr.WfDStSUAY. graduation: address I The station provides supply and citizens with these somber statistics I ahead
I evening, APRIL 22nd Ensign O'Rourke Is a 1963 grad.uate other support to units of the Allanc the spokesman said. but we ..
: ; '
LAUNDROMATSouth 1 I of Emory University where Fleet operating In the Key do feel strongly that the )general
8th Street II| SUNDAY, AI'RIL 19th. Playschool\ ( In the Game Roomat he was awarded a Bachelor of I West area.Counties. public should be made aware of
I 9:30: a m.. Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, Arts Degree, For his first assignment the serious threat of the disease. DOYLE
Lutheran Church In theConference
24 HOURS A DAY Meeting
adult leader Ensign O'Rourke will 'report Receive All of us should face the facts We
Room 11 00
at am Sewing lor Beginners In the Con. to U, S, Naval Communications should know about cancers seven CONNER
fcrcnce Room at 9:30: am? Mary Station, Luzon Phlllplne Islandsfor $46,000 I In RaceTrack danger/ signals We should realize F

Harrison, Home DemonstrationAgent duty Tax Funds that regular health checkups may } *
Instructor detect cancer early enough so
I I I Ceramics Class (ages 12-14)) In Pfc Paul Williams TALLAHASSEE State Compt- that prompt, proper treatment can I
\ -- the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m? roller Ray E. Green said today be made and help save lives t Commissionerof

I I =,,1uw I: Hank Sides InNtr.I With U.S. Army At checks for $46000 from the racetrack During the American.. Cancer.
-- --- -- -
I I Adults and Teens Ceramics Class Grafenwohr, Germany tax fund are being mailedto
In the Art Room at 7:15: p.m", each of the 67 counties an In-
JOHN E. ( Jack) AgricultureI'M
(Hank Sides, Instr Grafcnwohr, Germany (AHTNC) crease of $5000 over the same
Standard First Aid Class In the PFC Paul Williams, whose month last year.
Auditorium at 7:30: p.m., Sandy other lives at 825 S. Eleventh The Comptroller said the total MATTHEWSBest
DeSandro, Instr St., participated with other members paid to counties to date for the
Men and Boys' Health Club In of the 4th Armored Division current: fiscal year Is $178.000. This Qualified For Governor GRATEFULfor
'''he Health Club Room, day ann 14th Artillery In Its annual train. I II an increase of $19000 over the Paid Pol. Adv
Aulhorlzed by Campaign, Tr..urer
.. evening Inll test (ATT) at the Seventh same period last year the opportunity to continue serving(
dro Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup Army Training Center, Grifen-
.M ervlsed play 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don wohr, Germany, March S.20. Florida's; consumers and growers through:
Nanney, InstrTHURSDAY The ATT Is a tough and complete -

APRIL 23rd, assessment of a units com. INSPECTION of foods, gasolines, feeds, ferti
bat> readiness and provides the
; : z t l Playschool In the Game Room at most exacting and realistic battle lizers, seeds and pesticides;,

Ir 0:30: a.m., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, conditions possible In peacetime
MARKETING of Florida
agricultural products
tT y adult leader Williams a wlreman In BatteryC ;

1 1 Home Demonstration Club In the in the artillery 2d Battalion F PROTECTION of plant and livestock Indus-
I near Furth entered the Army In
a Conference Room at 10:00: am tries against diseases and insects
July 1962 He completed basic ;
Adult Ceramics Class In the Art Ca
at Fort Gordon was
oil s1 \ Room at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, raining last stationed at Fort Polk, La, ECONOMY in government by working for

Inntr and arrived overseas IB March better efficiency and conservation as a

I Senior Citizens Club In the Con. 963. Cabinet member.
foresee Room at 7:15: p,m. The year-old soldier Is a ..
Men and Boys( Health Club In 1958 graduate of Greenville Training _(Paid Political A&crtlKmrnt)
sad ay ly r Wranor Gamaogn Fund
(the Health Club Room, day and High School.

STORY" I Adult Beginners' Ballroom Dance F. G. Lambright, Jr. r ..
Class In the Auditorium at 8:00: Md
SHORT : "We Loon You Own" I p.m? Mr, and Mrs, Gil Becker, With U.S. NavyAt ,

Instri Key West BaseKEY

Fernandina Federal Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup i
:_ ervlsed play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., Don
Nanney, Instr.STIIIPED Frank G Lambright, Jr., avlatloi jt3kt "1\
Savings & Loan Assn. structural mechanic airman ap d ( ,
SHARPIE suits ap prentice, US\ son of Mr am

202 Atlantic Avenue pear in white with oxford grey o r Mrs Frank G. Lambrlght Sr o f .
brown stripes, accented with bindIngs 101 Cltrona Dr, reported Marcl h .
ruffled with a white blouse 16 for duty at the Naval Station + ,
-- Key West Fla
The station provides supply an
other support to units of the At j::

lantlc Fleet operating In the Ke: .
West area v.j', t,:;,.

NASA has reported that mor 2 1R.' '/ ,

than 90 percent of nil the sclen .
fish and engineers! ever trains d 'X',

owners of low-priced cars professionally are alive tmlay.Iii. \....;

fACTMore; I moving up to Olds than ever before! taOMMMfa r f ,, ''t

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A S..vln.o(1'mr( " four I... .. M..llral l Jmety Illd Ib,
rioriU Medical AnKIDNEY ", ,


Medical\ rcicirchcrt fare lee'
working fir( years to bud' I aIdtistd'tory
: : A
iiolvcnt to ilmihein
'in"' ny calculi, f.mi.lurly known -v :san nwAwm..aAa.
us kidney) MinnaruiiH ...1.
Venn hdte'een tried ami while'
a few hate, luen Mincwhatefleettve FLAMELESS ( o [ I

.,... -- ( ', their stow uie.ss.f
---. action' and, irrtitmn, potentialInxe
: '-- |irc\cnted widespread ueI'rolitliusu COOKINGJ
e ., in the scientific
name for the formation of

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