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 23, 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: UF00079912:00069
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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 Jemanbina 11] cat h N tWs-1 ]en er Your And For Best Local Advertising Medium News

Sinct IBM Absorbed by Purchase. Merger or Succtlilon The Florida News. Tin End Horldlm. The funlnnuU. The tirninnmi, louiirr IKP lund City. For.imr"m orwrm Kcrnnnrlin i rxpnui, The Ftrniinillnii Nenn, Tin 1'lorld MlnFoinmdini Tae N?MIU County SI,if. Tie N...,. The Ftmmdlit Record
NIWI.Hnord, N mau Cnumv Lender. The Outlook, The I 1''Inrld.IIo'lll. Ne.' The'I rnandlnv News. Th. Hui'c ini-cr.
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-tfustftmtlinIIAYUON- ,. -F BH S---Students Achieve Honors I IAs


""Ij the scholastic achievementsat .
fccrnandina Beach High School -

'1.; continue to Increase its academic
; prestige 10 docs the W6t R'art.

w'J'' uatlng class reflect more honor f- I
r 1 with the warding of a large num.

t. her of scholarships to class mem
I I hero, ,

t James A, (Jimmy) Byrd has $
] been awarded the Thomas J. Wat r t ta tj

Ion Memorial Scholarship of the
,.; International I Business Machines a
., I Corp, In the ninth annual Nation.al .

j Merit Scholarship program,

j Jimmy U the son of Mr. and
; Mrs, Janus G. Byrd of 004 Ninth
.' I, 14th SI He Is a member of the
National Honor Society, Key Club,
Ij Science Club 1960 to 14, and ..
'secretarytressurer '62 and '63.

I member of Florida Chess Assn.
participating In 19M! ; North Florida ..!. .

Open Chess Tournament and a Jimmy Rrd i\larJtle Rau'urherl Ted :O11'JI'r; [ Richard Sapp l.aH'rnl' Murk hiilhy :Site; RIantfl
member of Calvary Baptist
I Church r 1 .; -

tie was voted the Most Inlclkc 'T'.w

I dual Boy In the senior class and ., .
BURNS I will major In malhemallis al the ar.a
University of Florida, planning acareer
Candidate for Governor
'Nuf Said I' ait a malhcmullcinn
Ills Merit Scholarship Is for
S1'F:SSARU L. HOLLANDFor r $31100 liel11R also awarded a
U. S Senator $2000 Honor Scholarship liom the
JAMES W, KYNES University of Horlda
fur Attorney Genl'ral' Finalists In the National Merit 'nMae on w
EDWIN: L. MASON Scholarship program arc:
For unties Commission (Continued on Page Two) I
Also 'Nuf Said ) w I

pnlilhnl : Second Political
The I pot Is fast approaching .
the boiling point end'
the large crowd al the Milliard ral. Rally Set For 1

ly points up the Interest ID the ..

many candidates seeking election ..
Don't miss the next official rally, Saturday NightOver ,
Saturday night In Yulce nor the I R. N. "( hll)" Wood, Jr. George Sheffield Ifs Jimmy :Mitchell Tommy Oliver I.MI (Gray: .. \\ilson lluha IIr'eSharon

following two In Callahan and Fcr- I 1000 persons attended the

nandlna itc carefully Death Consider as to his each qualifications candid .. ,, election first political season rally held of Saturday the current night John Robas Rites Nassau Scout Rally I Political Campaign Jaycees Endorse Extension of Sewer" I

and character. Most errors Edition Next WeekTo
at Milliard. said Pete Ingram

years In to voting rectify judgment Elect a take candlditc four '',I chairman Committee of the of Democratic Nassau Counly Executive .. I Held Monday At Set' Saturday At County BoxholdersAs System, Purchase of Water Facility IMi

on the same merits you would use I Is our custom f for the last
In hiring someone to run your Dinner sins served by the Hil St. Peter's Church City Ball Park ediiuin, hi'lure, nn diction, the 'dim: last niUil/ in hi monthly htnllliy, growth of our ,illy I 1.111'
personal business It'I one and the I Yard PTA beginning at 4'30 until I Niw.Liadir will distributemxt session, tin) Illy (Cnninilssli/ tin'rnu re, Me think slll'hI/ prugrmnSlu'rs' ,

same thing I speech time at 7:30: Ingram also I II Last riles for Juhn stoddndRobas ) The :\;'o rah Honda, ('ouiull\ I of wciks Issue lo biixluildirslhuiuili hoard a litlir) mill, fiom' the, Jun. ivirviine |pays llidr lair
I bur hamliir of ( In share
oiiiuii no of the lists Is lung ivudieIn ,
I said that ill candidates affected In Efg 46, well known hue 'and' HIV Sinus of A'merit' :NasnuiDistrltt ut the enmity. .
require 'I whlih tin iltvs) pinpnsid cxlinhlnn this city,
Voters who absentee the Hilliard area Including 53i I II I abroad far his contributions' lo the will haul I their (..oldin isle The edition Is aimed at die UK.
of the sewer system and the We will dll l
< rvtrXhinii '
ballots are reminded that S 00 I speakers were present I marine Held\ were hi.Id Monday 1II\'IIalll'nai' Seoul (tally, on SiHiir tog ullrnliim on Ihe t'II'cUnn and piissililito
p,m. April 29 Is the deadline for I Each candidate was allowed five 5.. to i r I at St. Peters Episcopal Church day, April 2rilh, lit 7:10: pm. All urging votttn In go U the polls puiehnHC lI'IiLoWIIIII\Vl'd'' if\ tin, t'llylall'r. syslim. : ,help;:; I:. and sell, ixpit'the pro ji\hram l. ,*-Ml lo; 'Ihepwplc on
making application. Th. u .*"Ptngapplication minutes to present Ma 61' her qualifications I R v HIP' letter, as rtuf by MavW H:. our organltallon If dislie\ our
have! until 500 p.m'j and platform, ofllclated al the J'30 service 'and I be at the city ball nark by 7.uopm ( as provide a means for cnnril- I J, Johnson, Jr. follows: I services, you
May 4 to cast the absentee I The second rally will be held In at graveside In Basque Hello .. will Si'mils In complete unl dales to cnnvey their messages> April 21 W4! Very truly yours

front of the Yulee Post Office 0111 I Cemetery He was assisted by firm Troips! expielid' lo pnitltlpate to all areas Board if CIU (omnilHsloiHis, John W. Tester, Pnsulint
My fingers are crossed pending I Saturday, April 25 beginning at Rev, John Dozier, "pastor of the III this rally are Tioipi 811!), This will mean hat. In addl. City of liiiianillnu" Reach.. Junior Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday's meeting of road board 7:30: p.m, with the microphone time First Presbyterian Church 171 213\ lioni r-ernandlna heath, Him lo the regular subscription riinimdlmi Btuth' flurldiiAlfdillim .
officials of Florida and Georgia I between 6:30: and 730; p.m, reserv. 1, Mr, Robas died Saturday at his Troop 351 of Ciillahnil, and several Hut of Ihf News.Leader. ap. : Mayor E. J. Johnson, In usher business the tiimnili.
here at Seaside Inn The crossed cd for out of county candidates, j i Mojer residence 2161 Fletcher Ave. following troops from the Mollauk District, praxlmatt 6 ODD lu 7.000 addltlosal Jr, sinners heard a rrcmnwnd.IIIIIII
fingers are to ward off any possl- such as those for governor or re.prescntatlve ....... an extended Illness I North JacksonvilleThe / readers will be reached I ( enllimi it' from the Planning Advisory lloaid

bility that the feasibility report t I He was born In New York City public Is cordially/ Invllidllo I I Since mv nulling' IIh you on that Ills beach recreational wren,
on the proposed bridge from Fcr.namlina I The third of four rallies will be I Benjamin Acosta and had made his home In rer. attend the rally; however lore I 18 Miidi I IN! our oiguiiKullon now being/ enlarged and Improved 1 1I

Beach to St. Marys. staged at the Callahan fairgrounds, I aeo'I: h for the i past IDa 14 Mill be a very small donation loj I Kelly and Burns I has upend iniinv noun examiningyour I by the city be' namtd the Ci. Ralph
Georgia might be anything other I Saturday May 2. and the final rally years, hl'w the The* pioiisnl| lor purchase' of the Wolff Beach Park and tout/ a lUll.I .
Buried help ililiav txpinsn competition ,
than completely favorable It ISI] will be held at City Ball Park In WednesdayIn I bet" a 1/7/ foot converted minesweeper \I a 11'1' ivMim, and txlenslin of the I (Continued On'Pare Two)
still my belief that Governor Fur.rls i crnandina Beach on May 4, election I with which he was engaged Hill be l hy (minis with 1 hI'I I Talk To Voters SC'\\1'11I11'\ i nvilini At our r"'IIII'.1.city .
: Bryant will join Georgia previous ( eve These rallies are also to I Bosque BelloFuneral I In menhaden fishing forseveral tioop gaining the most pom Is gel. I Manager' iMlehil and Mayor
endorsement of the bridge If begin at 7:30 p.m, years I l'ng Hiidliil rctouiiliin, The pub-l) Here Monday Johnson mroiislv spent the evtn- Benefit Supper To
the report engineering consultants Ingram urged that everyone al./I/ He was a veteran of World War lie will witness many of the outstanding I hug of II: April 'luithir explaining
I t W rbute: and Asso- I tend the rallies and become more for Benjamin Franklin II, serving with Ihe 314lh Infantry Scouts performing In excellent the dd.ilU of ul"'I'IIt1l1nlll cask Band
elates Is favorable, This firm bas familiar with the Individual candidates Acosta 6b( was hold Wednesday Division in the European Tin'a I re-, ,I firm In mills such as the' Both\ Senator Scold! Kelly and flniiiii'Ing, plans, and the city'S Sponsor At
long record of favorable reports and their platforms, at 2 pm, at the first Baptist parade, fire bv Hint and sleet' pup Jai'ksi nvlllc' Mayor Havdim! Hums tivtnll' tool' ) lu and oallihlt lout nulls,
a I Mr, Hobos held Masters 1 ligrec '
on Florida projects and let us I Church, Jtev, James T Dunnam, In Fisheries tint raining knot Ivlng, plimeir-' brought llHlrcampaigns' fur guy! I It Is my pleasure lo Inform you State CompetitionThe
this record Is not broken pastor, olfidated at the church MundgtnuntIrom hug, suck( rate signaling first aid, erniir lo rcrnundlna Hindi\" on tliat! Ihi riiniinilinii' Hindi\" Jav-
hope I Cornell University
Tuesday The Impact of''tuch abridge I Norman T. Sapp service and at graveside at Bos. other graduate work al and St. An.drt'IA did. wind chopping and lining' !Monday its hereby niliiisc' your plans .
: qua| Belle CemeteryMr Both cnndidales) able for exltnslin und rcrnamllna Death/ HutdPurenl's
on Northeast Florida and Also I Ihi new Siu Explorer: fast are spiak stwiruKe system
Aeusla died Monday In s University In Scotland and and ddlvertd iiddies-! purchase of the wuti,'r ullllty The filul chlikin SUI."r" 111
Southeast Georgic along the coastal Funeral al the University of 1 I'KliII> be on hind in ('imiphlcuiillmni irs ( sllirlng
Tuesday toncipclonChile hi hi'Id
areas Is ulmtst beyond comprehension i Humphreys Memorial' Hospital af. lo assist olluiuls mid sis In large cniwds Jaycees fnnilv, believe ynui ,plans on Saturday, Maya, In
I' I Icr an extended illneses |I II In his work as Marine' Surveyor handle other' Imp itant duties, I Kelly spoke In the innrniiii/I / In iiKiHtllulc a necessary slip" In the I the high sehiml cafiltrlu, Si'rvlng
will begin at S (tie) PM, and con.
fr At Oxley ChapelFuneral I He is Miivlvcd by hislldll\\'. ': and Hsluries Consultant, he Irav. -------- -, ----- front ol l tin Nassau County limit'; -- lemur Iliriiiith SOU( Suppers boxedto

More and more scholarship winners I Mrs, Amy Van/ant Acosla: a son Bled extensively In !Mixico, (','n. Mother house and Bums spoke at night al Mrs. Edison Casey's uoI ill be! available
iiintinue to rellett favorably I for Norman Turner Benjamin F. Acosta, Jr?: a grand. Ira I and South America' and at. of Four City Bull\ Park, Ihe menu will consist of !fried
on local schools' :Note' In this Is. Sapp. 62. was held at 3 I ddiiuhler Anita Anne Acosta all tended the World Ushmn Gear I Following his address. Hums\ Father Dies Sunday liliMil lone half)I. pinata,5iiuil.

sue the large number of pictures i p.m. 1 In Oxley rld"h; I ipel of rcinundina Beach: seven sis.I : Congress In Europe in 1'liHContinued I Graduates Magna threw out the flint hull to opin After Long Illness baked biuns, slaw, hume.made
the winners to date tern Mrs Mac Cook of t crnan-1 I
and names of with Rev Harrison Touchlon ( on Page Two) I the Senior League baseball season I II rolls, home.muili caki, iiirt lea
with others sure to follow before minister of Chester Baptist l Church dlna Beach Mrs, Minnie Rider I I I II Friends of Mrs, Fdlsun tisty and coffee, (one quuiltr! chicken
school Is outContinued, I officiating, Mrs Ruby Hauptman, Mrs, Kitty Cum Laude At JU I Both candidates professed! an'' of hi, Maiys. Oa, will regret to saved un child s pluttTlikets i
( on Page Three) Interment was In Bosque Bello I Chalkcr all of Jacksonville Mn ? Fun Assured At Interest 1 In the propomd bridge hear of the death of her father, are now on sale If you

Cemetery, Pallbearers were Llnton )Norma White of Ruskin Mn :Mrs Earnest: P. Divls ( [\(OlylIr ) from Hrnindlna' Reach In St A, G. Vermin Sr., early Sunday have nit been cintaelid you may
I Lee Woodrow Fullwood, W, M Maud Timrnermin of Lakeland I Historical : ,lu"'dlloIlIna' cum laude witha Mirys. ( Local Seafood Firm Davis. Walter .rullard Joe Mixon and Mrs! Fliirlnc Thomas fMiinlMinuty Society n I .\, drone In psychology/ alt'II'III'.III"S the local citizenry, an ixlindid IllnissMr ill, l'inton M .II11.
and Lester Kirkland Ala. ; (lice brothers ( held hutuiduy evening Vtinon hud made his hium Music fur the cviiinu will ho
Mr. Sapp Is survived by a sis. N. 'r. Acosta and J C, Aiosla. Wild Game Bar-B-Q ; at Jacksonville University' In St1nry, bur tin gnat! Ihn't'Yl'III" J provided by tlio hli.li school il.iniub '
Wins Injunction Mrs, Dora Lovclt of Leslie, both if. Jiiksinville'. and William Final JC .
ter One( In a class of 91\, Mrs, Davis Safety moving lime! (from lillon, i mlllu
Aosla of rcinandlna Beach
S, C, and number of nicies lId will Infine' the
I ; a The Wild Garni Bjilxtiu iced luau worked her list) Iwo years (Gas/ uhiie! III'I as cngjgul in Ihi siipir|
nephews, Including Mrs, Mildred Pallbearers were. H, S, MiKindrec / (dUll Y bllsiltSU' tousle llu bald and it1111 1 liu a
under tin' hoiu
State Body Square Dime> will begin al h 10pm rclilively new rspiiiuam Lane Check Set
Against I; Fullwood. W, H Iulll i i Tyson, Kenneth' Bcckdl), J. J. Wood, May '* al the Rurcttlnn ('inter ." ," Under: this |program, initial was held Inmliy InVulil'Hld ilium to \1 lt11th (fill'nils and
Lawrence Brown and Russell ward Waller Fullard Jimmy the stuildit dots (da", with Inn'run'nl l 1,1.,I ni'lulihi rs. mi tome on out und enJoy .
ired Ind"'l'lIdl'lIl research
by the GeneralDuncan |
R. H Young, Inc, local sea. I Brown, all of Fcrnandlna Beach. Brown, and T, H, Askins spons lowing In SIIIIHII, Hill tiiTidiry' cvciylhlng,
__ _, __ __ Lamont Clinch Historical\ I In his major Friday Saturday .
foo .(prm) has won a temporary n w -- -
Injunction against the HoridaBoard I Sot lily, Mis D.I vis was one of two 'psydioloKy '
of Conservation which will Dancing will begin at 8 p in / mijiiis; studying undi, The Fcrnandlna Brach Jaymsfree '
restrain them from! enforcing anew with nati nally known callir Irv this .program, / and the only mini. I !halely lane (;fll'c'klal open,
law governing certain types Lllaz, Tickets for the harlxeue bar lo graduate ut this tlnu Friliay and Saturday all day be
of crab as a food, alone will, run $1.W with a (100 I Mis Davis IH I the dnughtir' of been the hours of R a m, ami 6
The law which the locM firm more for (those wishing to slay for I Mr, and :MM. G. II, Waai, She Is p m. Inxplle of this fad, only 1ZJ: s
opposes Is one which makes It unlawful the square dancing( a life/ .long resident of rernandina of Iho ((14(1(1( vthlclis registered In
to catch or have In pOI'leS. Along with IIl'nalnellld game, Beach and attended Wesleyan College ,. Nassau County took advantage of
liaR East of the Aucllla River a folk sinners and music. Ihl're1,111, ,'' In !Macon, Ca the Inspection said Chairman, Hill {nI1fYS1t'
be fun and food for all.
species of crab known as egg The mother of four Diane, IT.me : Crane,
crabs Tickets may be purchased from The safety chick 1s being held law
bearing or sponge Clyde, and Peggy she said
!Mrs, Jay Hartcls Sdl.'wfll: or any In I'"nj'mctilln' with diivirnor, t'ar.
R H Young In a statement on that she couldn have made It
the Injunction said that the law Historical Society member, without their help, rio Bryant proclamation that tills r M1e
would virtually put East Coast NL:0' year ,Is designated as W.sart.ty.4.
crab fishermen out of business American BeachMerchants I II Assisting with 10.1I.'t'kl'nd'.
Yulee P-TA
He said that Nassau Rtp.,.Claude I r I Supper chick was Robert J, Jaynis city
Wlnllllelas *' Assn. Prior To Rally police( offUcrTomorrnw hll +b !'
ing a state biologist make, .t sclentific j/ Slates Pep Rally Friday and Sal ir, r
Investigation on the proposed' Saturday NightThe day the check station will n<' oxn| )
protection of such crabs and thatIt The !Merchants Association of fir the list time, "BP sure your !
\ uli e P TA will
was found the ban was ,Hot i I American Beach announced this sponsor a car Is sale for your chlliliin, yourself .
sound conservation practiceWingate week (that a Pep Rally Is slated chicken supper' on Saturday :May and others In Ihe community,"
2>.. In the Vulie Sdiix' ,! Cifdiru! ,
said Young was also' for Saturday night beginning al aid Crane Local service stations,
-- ... ..... .. prior to the political rally
Instrumental In presenting the -r.- : 7,30 pm. tire diiiltrs, and motor companies, ... .. .._ .
temporary injunction against the I ..... All colnied citizens with voter The mt'nUI ill consist of a hull will work In cooperation with the -- '

Board of f Conservation, which Injunction I "FRONT AM! CENTER of attriction at the recent Lions registration cards are Invited to fried sulnd,chicken slaw, and green hot beans. homemade, potato Jaycees and have safety checks I\SF (,11.\ \('t: for l(9>-Hafet>'. Mifety lane check will(
Circuit their establishments
granted by the attend the rally whlh111I beheld at
was Club E. H he Frldiy and Saturday from M a.m. to 6 on thecorner
Court In Duval County until Minstrel was "Specs" Philip, HinuinifMitre at the American Beach parkIng roll, Following/ the Inspntlnn. the p.m.
further order by that court, Judge I Are You Goinc" :Moat everybody cot to the center of 101.Free. lI'rvlngI ill begin at S and run Jaycees will furnish bumper stick. of 5th and Atlantic Avenue. He sure your car In

Tyrlc' Boyer heard the case attraction before the hi-jinks were done and nobody toed and refreshments will through 7 p.m Suppers boxed togas era to those requesting lame. cafe for your children youreelf, and other. in the com

(CuuuaiMd. oa Pegs Six j mindnd. be tcrved. will! available. Continued( on Page Two) munlty, __., _. __,

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.. Two !iews Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida Thursday, April 25, 1D64 City Mgr. Gatchel I Fernandina Beach John Robas Rites 'Judge Weatherford

FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER I Chamber Names 'Course To Attend In St.Short PeteCity FOLLOW THRU I Weather (/Cnn'l ul'd from Page One) At Plan Conference State Meeting To

(11 ASH STREET PHONES SSS. MI7 I I V. S. Approved, Wtith.r St.tlon I Hli efforts to promote better t

A John K. Perry Newspaper i Mrs. Jay Bartels Manager andfrs.: David Lcwli own Nnlorf' l TVi Cooperative At Unit Street Ol>..rwr fishing method, gear and pro. Judge J.of E.the WeathrrrOrd Fee!, III'hAlrmlill
Rae Oldwoll. Editor ami N.' n..-' Coil hl'l will leave Friday for H Mix. Mln, nits I duclii prompted him to contribute Comaosa
ABC AUDITED: PAID CIRCULATION Petersburg where he will attend Thursday, April It 77 31: 0 article rcgulorlv to "Fish Bnnl"and pan and Ollire Adminisa. ''etaCummiuopattcuded '

Published every Thursday aid entered at the Post Off lee : To Promote Fiesta a shunt course for city mnnauen. Friday, April 17 77 31) 0 'Woild Fishing' magazine, Conlercnemgf. Stale a I'imIntt,, ,"
wnle Judge
Fernandina Beach Florid., is second daN mall matter I The meeting slated for April Snturdity April 18 TO 54 0 He was commissioned to .Ibrllhn .'L I'ld
Handbook" 9 I Llillfll'rllm,
ala ,
Snbwrlptlon Rites: Meeting Monday In 26-27-28!', will be held nl the Sunday, April 19 81 54 0 "Shrimp Trawler
14 a year S2,25 month.\ II.25 3 Month monthly section the Board regular of DI. Outrigger Inn In that city r Monday, April 20 HO M (D guide 1 to butter and safer boat The! f talc Convention or a''suuv! '
MSO a year out of county rectors of the Chamber of Commerce I The course U sponsored by the Tuesday April 21 02 53 0I maintenance and operation JudUI'.c\1G. be held In 1 1"1 1 ,. ,lUll.|
,. named Mrs Rartels Extension Department of the L'n-1': I Wednesday April 22 81 fiO( 0I'he i "FI hhlJ1 Bouts of The World" erdule, July 15-10-17, The pintaw,,,, ,
- ( Jay la
0 Tho
sod "Modern\ Fishing Gear of of the April meeting was ,
Iversity of Florida i I weather I II rurnlihtil cniirlrnvKiwanians t<> ?
Crown coordinate Fiesta.In this. year' Golden ,: I nnet, ""hl. uuuu.' rat I World", both published bv. the I up and arranRo the procrum .t..,d\

OUTBQAt Moro* s-.w= ,+1 I Food and Agriculture Orsanlzallon activities. bar the uinuni', "lumen.ili .
SAFsrr $.CiT/ONS f s other business the directors Lions See Slides : I HearEltolltOlogist of the United Nations contain are .n.Cozier.. -.
I heard a report by Chamber Manager ; I1Y WILLIE :MUTSON Boles written by him I _

a ,;, Fi month's John activity Kierscy and on a report the past hv Taken Bell lie also did an assignment fir Roberts
f rl Jack Woodward on the Florida Tuesday was Ladles Day for the At I the Food and Agriculture Organ.
I waterways Assoelntlon IBWU\: and ten partlcipulcd In a (Gallon of thf Unitedillnni.. In Local DelegatesAt

Following Woodward's report the On World's Fair T F tiurney, The scores counting Meeting Monday MI'methods lrn, In far I prnmole Mexican bribe fishermen.He fls'iln' :! Orlando Meet

Chamber voted to acquire a membership were those" made on holes ,
whrse number begin with "T" VM commissioned to wills Rev. John W. Dozler
In that organization, It ,, Charlie Mlckler Jacksonville I and V\i; \
I being pointed out that the movewas Beach service foreman for the and "F," and half handicaps were I I IY TOMMY lULL two stories for the magazine, "Am. ton ,iy. Unattended> the annual
BJa < ATCN OWfka,4T deducled. First Mar i R. tart Dixon entomologist of crika". the official publication -CTWerence! of the
*r TXY 10 srfiro rue desirable since Florida's waterway Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph place went to I I Men's Florida
? / vwf C4A e'yO.w ybM1I NiAOMp had such a direct bearing Co., was guest speaker at- rica Waai, second to Shia Icy | Jacksonville was the Klwanls printed In the Russian language, Synod Presbyterian Chut'(in in "tie-
Ave MOVDR l on the local economy, the weekly meeting of the Linns Shave and third, Jean Hooper. speaker on Monday night. He was by the U, S, Department of Slate United Slates on lait Fnelaj and
President Reed Lewcllen noted Club The April meeting or the FBWGA I Introduced by Program Chairman' "To Sea With Tim Menhaden Fish Saturday In Oimand Beach
Tuesday night at Seaside Inn
that the Chamber had been requested was held Tuesday sawn at the Surf Mile Dixon, and spike on the ermen" published In It* entiretyIn The conference was led
Mickler, presented to the club i subject of the Insect problem In and "The by its
Restaurant. Among the Important the New Leader,
to contribute to the high
I ipewkcrs, and
I school band's expenses In attending member by Lion President BeClarkI' things discussed was the Mixed )I, the home and In agriculture j. Pink Cold Harvest", Unfulfilled about one: hundred nuiiKim attendedby

3r the stale contests.t The directors gave a number of fact )I Two-Bau coming up Sunday If Dixon emphasized the Import. lie was a member of the Board and laymen.
I turned down the request, expressing and figure on the fair, pointing' you wish to play ask a partner. ance education In the field of fit Directors uf the Gulf and Carib.
: regret that fund at this out that some 80 million visitorsare !Several couplet are entered at this entomology and explained new bean Fisheries; Institute Our mnny The theme of the cmilm-tiei
predicted t was "Choose You This Da\ Ra i:,,
time did not permit ouch a con time, so get your names la the concepts In the control and ellmlaation yearn and until the lime of Ins ,.
Fred C, Holder, diicdiir( ,,, ,
tribution. lie also noted that It will take an pot. : of pests. The speaker also death .ii im II
w r srra+GrCCdS.4R7 Individual 96 hour I Woik,.. Richmond Virgin" ,i ,p .
uaa4 or N.cvc. approximately I mentioned new chemicals whirl)
Speaking there will
his widow
pots ,
ateRwira He Is survived by ,
nrpslyArype ,
Rented keynote ndili ,
ayryYNfpyRHNKI I or five full diyj to see the fair are being used In this area The.Wtnlaatios a < ?n"Mtns
ravAtawaeawuY'seWwKaReT be a covered dish at 3 3DSumljv
supper : :Mil, Ann K Bobas; three diiigh-
r Woik and Its I'U' '
Officers Elected and that : m Im
snme !'i million gillnnsof afternoon for hose I part I- of pests In tile home ten Miss Victoria Ribas, Mint "
l lacer and soda will he consumed has given rise to a fast t crowing Church.
Ipullug and each lady must bring! Ann Robai and :M'ss\ '! Toni Robas,
Honor along with 30000,003 hamliuig- ODe business all of Fernandina Beach, and his
Penmanship '
1 ers and hot doq. May 7 all members are Invited Present at the meeting were :'parents, Mfr and Mrs John E. ''
Along with his address, Mickler to the Naval Air Station la Jack.I' Key Clubber Chip Wood and Bit- Robas of Henderionvllle \ C. Trade At Home

Roll Selected showed colored tildes of the most ,. sonvllle for a day of( golf and fun. II' Miller ,,. Honorary pallbearers were Richard -
G1wnrpap outstanding buildings at the fair May 12 the ladles from St. Marys i I Klwanlan were reminded of the Adler Hirry G, Taylor, V K, I
BY PAM WALLACE I i with a commentary on each. I i"e Invited here, aad on May U big tadlea Night Program which Hall Garland McNutt, Dr. Jo'm
Officers of Mrs Holllngsworth'i I One of the most outstanding we Journey tit Brunswick for a 1 Ia scheduled for next Monday Brllton, I, W, Hardee it? George Now The FAMOUS
ISSMwSMetatwaelae 1 Fifth Grade Class of Fernandini buildings shown was the Bell Installatlon 1 play day. There are lists In the, night at the Sandbar and which Tyson' and Carl Sehinidl.
.. 4 tfe4CraRicAca Jr. High-Elem. School arc: President .| which has as Its tltfmc! club house for you to sign If you I will replace the regular/ meeting t I Active pallbearers were Thomas
wwMVTaie.wr.e 3 7t/RNRcara>rtr axiAt Stanley Stewart Vlce-prcsU "With Communication Come Underslanding I wish to play. Program chairman for the Ladles L Bortnn Rtbert M. While, Her

1Y1 i11Q rbtaY MSYtMP.Rf dent Joe Ridcifer/ : and Se-cretaiy and With" Understanding Three marcnes nave been play. Night Program/ Is Ken in'I'l! nard O. Joliann, Extern CurlKtt
: OVSNOp4g j Russ Perdue Come Peace I ed this week la the 1464 Handicap Sturges Robert Gince-/ ; and Ray Forehand t

Our class has had some hot ,I. Johnny McClane wan thl'u.iI tournament Shirley Shave defeat ST.OTRFEMAaaWATCHBAND
: ALL HANDS ALERT! competition on In a penmanship of his father, Lion John 1\Ie '" ed Gladys Glenn Jean Hooper I Rayonier Pulp Goes The family requested lint eon :
Lion President Clarke ,
1'6111. tributiom be made In the nidi
contest for three weeks Those bowled over Vickie Poole, andJlal'rll'U
: Safety precautions should) not be confined to saving making the honor roll for Improv. :. mended::: W. II Meltnn for his "*lt-j:: I Wean won over Adaline To Europe, Far East can Cancer Society In lieu of

: lives on the motor highways. It Is just IM Important to oh- Ing their writing got to write their mhiFtrel standing work and praised as director other of Lloim the Davis Matches to be played arc The S, S, Union Freedom docked flowers. Come In /and Lei I'M these
a serve safety measure on the water. It would be well therefore names on the Honor Roll bulletin, I York vs Wlllhms Lannon vs Al- ,I t'p Your Watch
who In the at Rayonier this miming 'Thaws.dayt
participated iiresontai
adhere the following There 28 day, Beach vs Mattson, Allan vaI The denth rote from uteilnp
fcr all boatinaenthulliaMtll to to were Including: Lu'yLibby.
) to loud 724 tons of pulp con-
Sally White, Joe 'i A i Cordon, and Herring vs Swealt. caiuer has dropped :SO; per cent In
simple rules for safe boating prescribed by Admiral E:. J. Rodeffer.l 1 signed to the Far East.
the last 23 The American
Patricia Bailey, R'i. 0 frft years. Robison Co.
Mary Bvrd Jewelry
Commandant of the U. S. Count Guard :
Roland Pater
bert Tiner Betsy Phlllns, Marl\ Students Winners In the Hand 1 i The S. S, Manchester Progress Cancer Society says Hut much of
DON'T anne I><'p"on. John MiC'Icllan. Rita FBHS 0'' tournament held Saturday and sailed t the past weekend with" :.Ilk( ) this Is the result of more women Atlantic At tlh!
Overload your craft or allow your passengers/ (to mon Sleffens, Billy Crosby, Dennis Lit- (Continued from Pncc One) Sunday were Faye Williams. Robert '' Ions of pulp bound I fur Europe I having inmuil hc.illli checkups.

about in a way that may change KM balance tie, Cindy Guar; I Ted Steger! son of Mr and Mrs Brennnek, Dill Dnm.ito, J, W'i
Leave shore in a leaky or badly constructed' boat. RUSH Perdue, Patrick Freeman, '' T. n Steuer. He will attend the Thompson, Archie Smith, 'arks,
Venture late dangerous or restricted! waters. Brenda Braced Gary Svenrlniien, ,, University of Florida this fall His Swanson, Dave Cray, Dr. Geo .

Operate near swimmers. Bill! Leeper, Mary Olivia Patrick. activities at FBHS Include, aRlfitnnt __ Barker Jack Mitchell Clinton
Forget your wake can endanger/ other, Debbie O'Neal! Donna Itngnn/ editor of The Annual;' Annual ,, Herring_. and Tommy Ford.
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Use gasoline stoves Stanley Stewart Benny Comb?, editor, president of the Sen.<< '
Lie at anchor with a short scope of line Iris \jev, Wayne Duhols< Pim Kit.troll lair Honor Society, president ot president of Ihe Chorus, vice-presi
Porn Wallace, and Barbntai, the ScienceClub, vleepresldentof dent (if the Student Council and!
Mix liquor and boating .
Wahlln i: ho I Multi flub, [Drum Major] ?, member of Inter-Chlb Council .
a DO We hope that we ran still Improve member If Jjnlnr Honor Society., I ('hip Is the son of Mr. and Mrs ; Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper of Fernandina Beach:: Florida
Observe the rules of the rotitl. Carry approved life preservers I mare In our writing, member of the bn ctball teem, : Ralph Newton Wood, Sr
for each person on board. -- and received\ Selmlastic Achieve ,, George! Slwll ield, son of Mis. will be one of the campaign leaders in behalf of Senator
O InHlrdct at least one of your passengers! in the rudiments j.mcnt Award' Lois Sheriield and the late Hale' '
i .f handling your craft In case you are injured.See I J Jaycees Endorse! And lieu Mar tp. niiu'lwji Sheffield, received on $\\10 AthI f Jchn" E. Mathews Jr.. for Governor.

that all hands know what to do in an emergency and : i," daughter or Mr and Mu. Bryan I letle Scholarship from Catawbs, ,/ C
Con'lnucel( from P.ige Ono) Rauscherl, who will enter floridi College/ at Salisbury, and will en.
where to find the "safety, equipment. Mrs. Cooper has resided in Fernandina Beach for
: out. I able plaque be placed In that area ; Stale University at Tallahassee I ler his freshman year there thin '
Check weather and tides before going
designating it mieh |Ilhll fall. Her activities Include hi), .
an > more than thirty Her husband the late JamesJ.
all tanks vented years.
Check gasoline system, sure are ,
I On the motion of Commissioner i secretary, and president, to the i George Is a member of the Athletic
see that bil es are free of vapors, oil waste and /grease Ren Sorensen and the I'CI'IIl of KBIIS chapter of Ihe Future Heimc. Club, Thespians, and Key G Cooper- who was a cousin of H. P. Osborne Jr.
He sure >'.u have an adequate oil filter. Commissioner L, L, Bohannin" the makers eif America treasurer of I Club ,
Check your buttery and maintain electrical equipment |i I reeommend.itlon wax approved Tri-III-y, a member of Little Women Jimmy Mllrhell will attend Flor. law partner of John E. Mathews was active for about
In accordance with good marine practices. The recommendation noted Dr I voted most Intellect! Girl Ida Slate University on a $2010
in the law
Reduce speed through all anchorage areas. I| Weillf'i nanny yearn (if plans and if the Senior Class, Is band Iii Scholarship awarded him by the thirty years practice and in the realty acti-
lookout, I studies and bin devollem lei the betterment ..i I brailan Be-le-eled for All-Stir! I I university vities Fernandina
Reduce speed at night, and maintain a proper 1 at Beach, after moving there from:
of thin community. Ma-rhing Band, en FHA Year Jimmy' activities Include, mnnaucr
at all time, The Commission also approved" Hook staff, received Scholastic of the fooibnll and basketball Jacksonville
lake your time in buying a boat or equipment for It; a I recmnmomlalhns (if the Board of 'Achievement Award member of : teams, president of Library

bad "bargain" could cost you jour life. AdliiHtmcnl and the Planning Advisory | Senior Homir Society\ and woe tie-a- I!I Club I president of Thespians
I Hi ard to permit property surer of Junior Honor Sue lei v, chairman of renFo Christ"I ; : Mrs. Cooper has long been active as an officer and
-ft variances (liar Bauer Vraneken nl ,, Among!! the many Carters contrlbiitlig radio prcjzrnm and winner of
222 North I'Hh.' the Church of nod I I li a Merit Scholar Is a 'He-it t Relerence". con'e't t at Fl r- leader of the Garden Circles of Azalea and Hibiscus,
at llth and Kim and Unbelt Rime !, combination of able patents, Ida Shale Library Assistant Con
It Is Up To You on South Fletcher Avenue. I i i wholesome home Influences, sup' ference. in the U.D.C., Amelia Island Chapter, and in the Dun-

The appllenllon by S, R. erior sehnils: and, effective back- Jimmy Is the son of Mr and can Lamont Clinch Historical
Sometime doting! April Cancer Control Month ensein for the reicmiii'j of 'Sll'v'l ground experience both within and' :MM James 0, Mitchell. Sr. Society, and also activein

you will he asked some pertinent questions! about cancer lots en the northeast corner of outside of formal sch'lollng. Tommy Oliver son of Mr, and the Memorial Methdist! Church' and : th C'M .
and given the. answers to them by volunteer of the American Befell: Street and Fourteenth wns, Of vital public interest was tie Mrs, T, W Oliver of Amelia Is In a crn-

i Canter Society\ ho will be calling on )'011.o referred to Hie Planning Advisory appointment if, niihnrd Sipp ion ', the recipient of a S2400 Seliilar- ondina Beach Woman's Club
Boarel. of Mr, nnd :Mrs. Houston Sapp; (tom ship i Pulp & Paper) to NorU:
It i ill that know the to all
not necessary! you answers Stevenson'* applicitlon for the U S. Servlee Aende-my. Rich.I Carolina Slate, where he will bt.I .
i the questions : Arc we Retting anywhere against! cancer? rczonlnu was to permit construetlon I ard's choice Is the Air Force'Aca- I /gin studies this fall,
What signs or symptoms may mean lancerhieh typo of a building to h'IU' l' dm'tors' I! elrmv at Colin...ad.i !Springs Colo- Included In his activities are:
; of cancer Is increasing: most! rapidly' What type of cancer eifflees. Tile plieillon| was III). i rails, He was also awarded a $1- member of Math Club Language!!
1 kills most Americans? What can you do to protect: yourself posed'' bv Jimmy Sturgeon, what 000 MiOTC scholarship t4) Auburn Club, Thespians, Key Club Inter-
: against! cancer? lives adjacent lo tho property and University Club Council, Junior and Senior' Pnld Politic Advtrtliiment
Inquired If parking areas had been Richard activities Include: win. : He'nor Sreletles, treasurer Staten!
: Rut shoulel know cancer's danger signals .
you seven considered If property was reze ncr of statewide "Ability Counts" i Council, business manager of An. --- --'- .--
And visit your doctor if any one of them should persist! ned, Contest, $100 Savings Bond ta be I natal was\ voted mint Talented

more than two week Cancer usually starts quietly and An application by H B. Ellis, presented In Tallahassee by Cov.crnor | Senior Dear
spreads without pain In the beginning, a dancer\ sltrnali Jr, and Cecil llrdge fnrI/ beer Farris Bryant and expense I i Tommy was: also honored as the Voter :

may seem very unimpcitant to you, but it could be most and wine license' al Buecinerr paid trip lo WishlnKtnn to attend I. alternate for nn appointment to a
: important to your life. i Lanes (formerly Iladilen. Lanei) ; the Preslelenl's Conference oo enjplrymcnt U S. Service Academy Nassau County is a large and growing

It is important for to know that 75: cent of was approved of tie: handicapped : Miss Lyn Gray Wilson, daughterof with
: county
you per Considerable di'rllslon'as Served as president and vice- :Mr, and :Mrs G P WU '1I1. !iiI'. a voting population of r
the 76,000 men and' women who will develop cancer of the /given to a requests fur aelelltlnnal president\ eif the Science Club, was the proud winner of the Fresh over 7,000. As can it
robin and rectum thisear cott'd' be saved by etulv! dhgPMS street lighting In the city with member rf Junior and Senior man Honor Scholarship as a direct you see, would be

: and' prompt treatment. The best" protection at/abut I City Manager David f;'II<'Iwl re. Honor Society", and delegate to result of the College Board physically and realistically impossible

death from this disease. is a simple proctoscopic examination -i minding the Commission that them Senior 1t'i1'IY'1 Convention, member ,, Rxnminnliin taken In her Junor; to contact each and of
: once a year. wan no money remaining In this \ of D-in-e Band Intcr-Club year, and will attend WnlcjanCollege every one you
I i! year' budget/ for such Instilla- Council literary editor of the An at Macon Ga. personally, therefore, I would like to
: Cancer of the lung i is the most rapidly mounting cause i j VnUtI''
lion cool end winner of Ihe
i Her activities: Debate Club.
take this
of death from. canrrr. What can vou do about it ? Stop.i Mayor Johnson and other com-1 Daughters tf the Confederacy I !Science! Chili F.T.A., Thespians, opportunity to introduce my
smoking cigarettes if you are already smoker, and' if you I' mlssloner noted that such lluhtI Aw aid. I Discussion Club, Trl-HUY\ Little self as a candidate for COUNTY COM-
do not pmoke, don't start The American Cancer Society I| tog I Is neeeled. and that the matter: Miss Liverne Mock daughter! I Women, Junior and Senior Honor MISSIONER
: save! that if no on> smoked cigarettes a great majority of ,' will he further linked Into of Mr. and Mrs James I.. Muck Societies, and lnter-Club Council from DISTRICT 3.

lung cancers would he prevented T W Tllinan asked (hat Tarprn 1 Is the re I Avenue In- epi'ned' \ li' the Ine-.ition lo Klurldi State Univrcsit' opera
1 'l'j Hi'memnker of Tomorrow and re-
The American Cancer Society Is speaking In the Interest of the proposed ne-vv I home for lee'American ', which she will attend, this JI M raised h'inorihle mention in state tor in Yulee for the past 16 1 I
of all of us when it pelult to have j : ; ; : i years. am
urges every nn Lruinii lie was assineell She hat been parliamenlSrlnn. competition, She received the highest married
to former
: Annual health f'hfl'kuofany: cancers discovered duringan Unit )this would he done when I., reporter and secretary to thr1 Q score: em the exam given by Catherine Milner _
annual health checkup can be cured. I equipment was axailnble ,I lure llomem.ikers of Amerlea. ;;: General Mills al1d118 awardedthe and we have two sons, Ray anj Ed who
: As for the question: Are we getting anywhere against Next nu-e'ling of the Commission member tat Little Women Junlorf "llomenukcr of Tomorrow" Nassau County were graduated from
: cancer? The answer is "ves". More than 1.200,000 men, will be on May 11: at 8 p m, !i Honor Society, Trl-Hi-Y anti Fu-' lila, Schools.

Women and (children are alive today. cured! of cancer. Improvements j' I lure Nurses dub, Miss Baba Bryce, daughter of Realizing the importance <
r Miss Kathy Sue Rvlint, has recclved :Mr, and Mrs\ Robert W, Bryce, Ol this office of COUNTY COMMISSIONER -
in surirery, radiation I : drugs, new techni'iues Final JC Safety | a 'I.RI1tI l ( General Scholarship will line her $1.000 scholarship as if elected I pledge
of diagnosis better facilities for (treatment thepublic's myself to the progress and bet-
Loan for Ihe Preparation of "Miss: Nassau County High School"at |
concern about! cancer and action on that concern, (Continued from Page One! i j Teachers, and will attend Florida ,> Valdewta. State Call ge al Valdosta. \. terment of ALL Nassau County, With this In mind I strongly

lire saving, the lives of tens of thousands> of Americans annually Smaller slickers will be availablefur Slate University Ga.Baba'a urge you to go to the polls, May 5th ,
who would have died if they had had the disease bicycles, The daughter e>f Mr and Mr, activities have been for COUNTY and vote for BOB CARTER
less! than a !generation ago. I The Javeeei are offering this J. F HUant. she Is a member secretary of Art Club, member/ of COMMISSIONER from DISTRICT 3.
irrvle'e to resident\ of tow community and viec-piesidi'nt, of Future Little Women Trl-HUY and PhoIngraphy .
Hoping to
Costly research has
thin Is of the accomplished much of this. And : for the promotion\ of unit"- llomem.ikers of America, mem.ber Club She Is a cheerleader see you in person before May StrJ 'riay I remain
one ) reasons why you should sunpurt the I ty on 1 higliwayn. nil of Junior and, Senior<< Honor and was a majorette with .
.American, Cancer Society'! programs of research, educa-l i I :li (lie responsibility I'h:: : i Kncle-ties, the Little Women and the FBHS Rand Progressively

lon find servfe-e.' We urge you to give generously to the le's owner, Crane sold that hams I i, historian of Trl-lli-Y.I Miss Sharon :Mover, daughter of yours,
Apr l Cancer Crusade 1'r : : Chip Wood. : ) will attend
can be mare fully assumed when iRN. Jr. Rev Nel-on Mover and the- Isle
: If you have not received your copy of "The Answers the driver In opiTiitiiiK a late ve- :'I Cntawha College at Sails1 Mrs. Mover, has received an $ale BOB
",o These Question!! :May\ Help Save Your Life" the Nas-l hide bury. N. C nn a $U(HO( illik'tic Grant and.m attend Florida CARTERCandidate

.,.. ttu'"County Unit! American Cancer Society will gladly scholarship awnded him by the Southern College at Lakeland ,

send you one. Call or write" Mrs. Edna H. Weimer, 902 Trade At Home I college Ills flrtMtlos! Include presidentand lure 111.I"Yl'r HO"'lNkerl: Is a of member America of, Trl-F.. For County Commissioner, District 3
Atlantic Avenue.
I vliv-prcDMfcnl. A Key Chlb, Ili Y and Little Women. PoOItI PttfKkoai AtIv..t..tr'"ee .


Ken'*.Lender( Feinnmlma Beach, Florida< Thursday, April 21: 19(51( Page Three
'Travel To Enjoy 7/517 RegisteredTo Just Ramblin'iCuntinued .
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-' University of Chicago( before bow.
Rotary Says JU Cast BallotsIn ( from Page!: One) 4 log by one percentage point loult
The lily Marina and HIP .'lor mile finalist, the University of
Ida Mnmo Welcome Station time Ocnrlllll l ,
Speech Professor May Primaries In for a large!: shire of highly fav The proposition debated wan:
I piubli publicity in the last Issue Should All Qualilcd' UlRh S'h)1, .lC.rndinlii

Travil To Enjoy Rotary,' suit ,\ccoiding to records In the Suoperlsor I of WiKid: : Preserving News, officialpiiblkaliiin : Be Guaranteed A Higher .....
Dr, Norman Craw foul' at he addressed ol KoJMritlin office, of the American Wad Education By The Federal
4 pa local Holarhns,, jisl"'uliv 7,517 Msmil; County cltinns are Preservers Insiltutp, with a large Goxerimienl ?
niilsliicd tu vole In the May pilnuirlcs circulation throughout! the United
al their regular weekly luncheon I Inin Ihiir return Catdwill
I Stairs mid other countries. Four
Seaside Inn thefirst
at mud MiCaithv were presented
Of this number, S.I/Iit/ ;! are white panel In the m.tgaine wire' devoted anniiil Dibit IIf Ihe'ear
Dr Crawford, who Is professorof I
speech al Jacksonville Inner: Democrats mil I .3\1\) are colored to a story of the marina ward UK owmurn! Their names
Democrats,, While Republicans with pictures I taken bv a NewsLeader -
slty, was presented to the liolai ; will he engraved on a permanent
lens by Newt Roberts, program ntimbtr 73 and there are 13 ('01. photographer I adding tu the plaque which will bi on displayat
chairman, rod, Republicnns There are 3 feature Jl
white Imkpimliiili line! I colored I V *
The speaker, a past district Iduiintiel trim :NvvlualorJL
IlIdl'pl'ndl'lIl. Tin farm clubs of the Mimu.
told of aUimlng live Olfiial l'ublil'ullCllI
governor I Briken down
by precincts the cola Twins have departed for their
Intel'national I 1 Rotary umu'minis lolduill ol Kriandina Brach,
;; I I I 'IIUIII is as fillousVUliH \ rcsputivi cities to begin/ theliBiasons ( t. IfL'
and of the satislaitlm In his1 ('oJ. Unite Cut IK mi 1'11I\.111)1'1'| of the News.
but bisbal) Is JIIN! Kit :
gained from his pariteicdinn. I I I Pct Him, Dim, Hop Hop Tottl ting will undirwnv lure The III ; Leather
Me cmphasi/d his subject with 1 32 llii 3 0 521 tip League! nnd Senior league/ bi. \
colored slides from) his !Hip 10'' 2 Bl'l! :1(1;( 1:1: 0 %1 [ gait activity this 1I'l'kllId the }
Los Angeles fur tin lliJ! umun. I 3 4JI3IT 0 2 0 421: : Fights Pirates are tourney bound "t WIN WITH
lion and with colored slides lit I 4 11\7\ 418! II S 1.IIN' ': alter competing an undefeated JU DKIUTK: : TE\M: MhMllrKs: : Don l'nld\\'lIlInd ))kk1'lIrlhy
cities In Canada, liuhiding Turin' S 1118 51 15 3 7(17( I' regular season Get out and watchyour JOHN E. ( Jack )
:\ after returning from \vrmuresNful' tripto
; a "
to where this years convention 6 t 114 3 1 505 favorite youngster or team, ;
will be held June 7.11. 7535 \lit 7 2 685 It f great sport und a tremendous )( the National l Debates in loiilxtllle." Ihe JU! debaters MATHEWS

Dr, Crawford also revealed Unit 84119! 78 7 1 5"8 weapon' against delinquency, J placed' In (the top ten I percent n nnst :V> other sihools.it ..
he will leave on May 7 for Frankfurt 8 4J2rM 77 2 0 501 lien! (Qualified lor Governor;
Germany, lo participate\ 1111 10 34 I l1 0 543 I iIt 1 frtc | Paid. Pol Adv.Anthurieed .
Commander llurold F, of I by Campaign TreusurerIt's
Rotary Great Exchange" pro. 54I; 2411 I 3 7JI!' i Gipe\
ject He explained the prijiel asa 12 1)7 I 0 0 1)11Ol the U S Coast I Guard was I In Kr.nandlna '
MRS. nmmmm.l1' )). advisor to the Iu\al County move by Hilary to match up the Indl'III'n'1I11| '' rcLlitindtin .; Beach last neck renew.p i Jacksonville University Debate Squad w I
Chapter of the I Florida School Food Service Assn. ', Inq old friendships, The Commander '.
was people In one part of the woild re, In IIIK unite mill In PIT lime lo Think of
presented a 1 plaque for outstanding service, at the dosing I with those of another In an illerl diuts 1 1. 2 nod 3. Die only colored was stntiomd lure during. Almost Wins National Debate TourneyTwo !Storinglnter Garments; !
World War II
banquet of the !Slate' Convention on Saturday night. to promote greater undirstindingHe Indipindinl Is In Precinct I1.Dr I as commanding olflur
said that his dub, the Soulh'' ol the \Poll su'urit v 1 Hi>tall DRY CLEANING
Mrs. Emma I Lou Milton (left ), president of the Dinal '
of the toast Guard While lure he members of IV IhoblIl'h'llIn In addition, I III fin slung in tin
Jacksonville Rolaiv Is matched | t'rall t 01'lI'II.knulI'n to
Chapter, made the, prc.si'nl.ilion. IsI enjoyed aisit and a round of ))111l'alllll I'll and I>lI'k MiC'arlhv tilt ten set h...nls ,I U H di'bjlorsruilu SPECIAL
with the Idar Obiisliln dub in IK nl Rotanins vibrant alter .
---------- golf filth Jack Woodward, who I ificnlly traveled lo tin ,I tin hiv to llu, city and
the Frankfurt area Hi will be In dinner spiakir mid gas will i'iiiivid $1 For 8 Ibs.
I National Invit ilional Debute loimy 'It,illi linn llu loi
umkr his eommniid hl'rl'Inti 1 u ( n MII'UI'I
Local Delegates Mrs. Fincannon via Europe New 21 York days to and Toronto will lor riliiin the Visiting by :Kit those::: nl; :In in ntliniliintc was John I 'I ; J. : the Clinton Minim, friends of The dilwtors" distinguish. : "I IIhimsdus Gaud; llll/inslilp, and I shooing Month of April Qnly

'64 'International iinvintiin Gill of J.K'ksonvllkOilier dipi wlitiht' was here I, ) by plai,nit In tin I lupi I iniiiUi lull'n si In ,,1I'hulllI'l t I" ASKINS
Attend State Food IIl'I' Bib ----- tin schools, 1>t'rl'clIllI.tI'ISI'/ III Haul ill tin \\v': III IUlllsvilll'
Director CandidateAt While In New York State guests wire Idddl of
will go to Lake Placid fin tin mi- JaiksonvllU. 1 link M istro of IheSIstI' I "1'I is better have must und the tourney 1'hl'I'I'1''''' V olli 'r Tin It'am, iihly "1>t'lIinl'I'1i I by LAUNDROMATSouth
null training session for L.OUI. Baird oriliiilth' J. K, Free lost; thin;: IK \'I'O: to: hive ;filed: I a I teams entered In llu tininisponsoud ', Mr,, I David Wllk"I'" i Spin It 111'11- 8th\ Street I
Service Convention Educators' Meet' oars and the Institute fur firimr man pod:: hiJi: silnol mniors Site JOIIII( nlurn,," Hubert G. tamp I by Ilillimlni ColliM IIILOIllsvllil' bestir al .I I II' impiiHhlulv ilimi 01'l'N.1) : II011M! A U\Y
ollliers Sylph und Diane I Liwis, I bill, LiliU (Il'al, I nl'I'OI'd.txIJl'j'SM. Kentucky, noted" Mlt'hll,11I si id' U und' llu
lin Hin.mdliu! Brach (Uloilenultinilid ) / Mis Jiiinnillc Untannon, teacher i I,
l tin FI'lI'lda' School rood
of a 2nd and 3id grade mm
Sirviii A"ol'iallon' annual cmvinliin bin nion at Yulic School) is a lan
held Friday! Saturday and didatc lor the office of Director'
Sunday al Hit HolHit Mcycr llotil it District VIII, Classroom Teach
In Jdiksinvllli, I irs Dept' of the Florida Education What
Do Look For A
You In Man ?
Representing tin Junior HiKli-i Assn, and will seek election to
Elementary School win: :Mrs this office at the convention now
Dorothy Roberts, Mrs. Belle Mink, underway at Miami Beach,
Miaelma Thorn. Mrs Helena!
Mrs Fincannon Is one of the 13dl'legatl's
Skipper, :Mrs Renntr Ihals, and
Mrs, :Mule Cl' >sbv. :Mrs Jennie County schools representing at the convention Nassau IF YOU HAVE NEED OF A DOCTOR
Course, :Mrs Ode Fern'lraII'S! which closes Saturday. but Is the .
Edna Porter, and
Mrs Susan Lit.
only candidate for office from this

ties school were, present from the high I county The state meeting got underway You look for a man with a capable prac- .

The lomintiin concluded! Sun this morning with a general rcgIstrallon .
Sheriff H. J Quite Naturally
day with a leadership breakfast of delegates at 8,30 am. tice of medicine. Youngblood

hosted by the :Nassau County school Drew Pearson, syndicated newspaper The Scurrilous and
lunch woikus. Mrs. Crosby, pies. columnist and nationally Deplores :

and(dent manager of the/ Nassau;of the County Icinandina SFS\ known radio will be and the television main speakeral commentator IF YOU HAVE NEED OF AN ATTORNEY Unjustified Attacks Against Him By ..

Beach Junior Illllh.Ell'nll'ntury the general session tonight The Publisher I of A In I
School lumhroim, was In charlie Thursday, which will be followed Newspaper .,
of the breakfast, The Nassau Conn by an Inlormal reception where You look for a man with a record of efficient Callahan, ..
ty school lunch workers provided the candidates seeking olllce will

programs favors. and dicoralions. be presented, practice of law.
The favors were contributed bv Speaking Friday night at the This Publisher Does Not Say Which '
Terminal Paper Ban/ I'liiibue/c general session will be Lois EdinKir "
Eggs, the llillliid FAA Center, pl'esldenl-cll'ct of the Nation, Candidate He Prefers Mr Barrow
and the Sexton Company, al EdtKBllon Anon I IF YOU HAVE NEED OF A LAW OFFICER ,
Decorations, tin final! be
provided by The assembly will held Mr, Dyal or Mr McKendree.
Fernandina Beach Junior High Saturday when results of the dec.
workers, iimKlsled of shell arranfiimints lion will be announced, Would look for who has
a man never ..
the programs on gold you However, Sheriff Youngblood Is Not
paper In the shape of a crown intendint and Mrs John T, Weis.
with jewels to represent the prlnlipul nor; Robert Epling, principal of made an arrest or apprehended a criminal Too Concerned Over This Publish.
Industries of Nassau County, HIlliard High School: Hubert Van
and a floral centerpiece at the rant, Hilliard district school board in defense of home and er's Stand Every 4 Years Since He '
speaker table In the shape of a member: John Wilson, principalof your community. .
crown, Yulee High School and \Mrs Has A Long, Long Record of Being
Special guests/ al the convention Wilson: Ross Libby and Mrs Lib. or would rather I look for a man with a
Included; Emerson Flier, prlnilpal
by, principal of Feniindina BeachElementary Wrong During Political Campaigns

Junior of illgh the School Firnindina, who gave Beach the Mrs, Vera School Berglund, school long and honorable record of law enforcement -

Invoiallon al the Sunday morning lunch coordinator for Duval Coun. The Voters of Nassau County Will
breakfast; Nassau School Super. and Fcrnandma Beach rest.
ty a honored sheriffs of the
a man by
dent, was co-chairman of the con. No Doubt Again Add Another

an vention award plans for She outstanding was presented service other 66 counties by being named president "Wrong" To This Record When They

at the closing banquet Saturday
night Mrs, Emma LouIIllton\ Choose Their Sheriff.
made the presentation of the Florida Sheriff's Association. A man

the I list session
During t general

wire Friday rcejstercd niiJil, the The 1124 delegates principal with 43 years of proven experience, who is

speaker for this session was State
School Siipinntendcnt Thomas J. still active and vigorous.

Bailey, In his talk he ihallenuel
his audience to dare 'to be discontent
when situations are less than

perfect Saturday morning at an Informational I I If This Is The Kind Of Man You Would Have

En r and entertaining general

MISS aMEAICAYath session and Leon, lunch Counties workers modeled from Duval uniforms For Sheriff Of Nassau County Then Vote For

1 +nd be+ulrM Miss Alhe Ferguson, school ,
V .o'1 C ptured In"ti
+ .+. f tAn17 iwdw+lchaa lunch supervisor from GadsdinCoiintv '
y witA b++uti/ul gave helplul hints In I
/ m+tchede+r+neon choosing styles and auissoiiis :
'J br+ceat gs7swM SHERIFF H. J. YOUNGBLOOD
fldltcrlim to different, figures :Mrs
Helm Walker, former sidle school ,
lunch supervise, also added help
ful and humorous advice. '

(hire groups I-ollowini were the delegates the may mineral special could session Interest chooseto Its Not How Long He Has Served,

E :Mrs Susie Thomas, manager of
l J! +! A7i Milliard Ilit-h Schod lunch work But How Well!

ers, accepted an award for serving .
10 percent of her pupils from
October in3 to :March, 1164

RutB+d n +n Out evening memorable Putnam when County banquet Miss was held Mary host Saturday Griffin to a, Added to Sheriff Youngblood's experience is that of his 6 active deputies, 3

r /oor+ lw+t+rant. Food president Service of the Association American, Newark School, radio operators and jailers, who have a combined record of 82 years in law

N, J.. speaker
was guest
f Swap lummou second. I+) I Representative Fred Karl of enforcement Would replace these guardians of with
safety men
Jewels Canal Asa dal with Volusla County, spike at the you your

L / r V 57/16 f stand He breakfast said behind that held their leaders Sunday people must and morning push not,, who have no experience in this field ? No more than you would seek a stud-

COME IN AND SEE 6l// but be far enough/ In the lead to ent in medical law school.
count IWOVA sfifcnoNf be seen by all their people Me or i
OM $24.75 said that a good. leader was al.
ways setting higher standards and

ROBISON COMPANY JEWELRY progress morals Stated and during reaching the convention forward was in Vote On May 5 For Proven Ability

the aim, "to be on the job, serving
USE: OLR L\\-A\\AY our youth dally In an attemptto

i'f rAN stronger get and men maintain and women healthier for and to. Vote To Re-Elect Sheriff H. J. YoungbloodPaid
$100ill (Hold Any Gift. morrow,
IfhM" OWN" ,bwAM .
,el. fMl.l. e"d,00I..d.. Pilitlml. Ad..rlll.mlnt.. ,
Classifieds Pay Off ,

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re! t

I Mr and fr.. Ray Bmmds ant

Four Sew -Leader, Fernundlna Beach, Florid'fhHradnsr April-81, 1004 I : sun Jimmy of Jacksonville upciit
Sadie Hawkins Dance August Bride Electr.rwrrwt Sunday with Mr and Mrs E. R,

Baptists Celebrate Driftwood, Shells I Fetes Miss ThorntonOn Bounds.Mr .

Wed In Texas 16th lee High School, and Is a candidate : and Mrs. W. E. Cooper and
BirthdayOn '"" '"
150th AnniversaryIn Program Topic : for the Bachelor of Arts degree family spent last weekend In Winter .

I North America Hibiscus ClubThe her sixteenth birthday, April from William Carey College In Park. While there they visited\

17, Miss Peggy Thornton daughter/ I Mnttleshurg, Mississippi In May of Mrs. Cooper's sisters Mrs. Char.

Tho Baptist Jubilee Fellowshipwill Hibiscus' Garden Club met of Mr and tetra Robert L Thl"'n.I I II this year.She les Sims and Mrs Tom Row ell.

be held Tuesday, April 28, In at the home of Mrs. T, H. Cools I I ton was honored with a Sadie If I has been active In all camp Mr and, Mrs C. L Holtnn, who

the ancillary of the First Baptist by on April 20. Mr. L. K. Nolan Hawkins Day Dance given al Ten activities and hss consistently\ had been visiting their daughtersfor
C'hufrti\ TV occasion will be the and Mrs L. B. Grant served ai Accra t us I two weeks returned home with
honored with selections as an
of hundred anllfinil'lh eo.ho lelllf'l.' been them.
wlcbriilion the one I The young people were all dress
nnnlvoriary of Baptist 1 Mrs.\ Nolan read the! club prayer.Mrs. I ed In appropriate costumes and outstanding campus beauty For Mr. and Mrs. B
work In North America The scr- .,. C. Markham, president, ] enjoyed an evening of dancing. A two yearn she his been listed as the Builder's Sale Meetingheld

vice will brUin m 7.00 P.M. called the mcellnR to order and juke box with all the latest re. I one of the five campus beauties In Orlando last I week-end.

A spoelnl tribute will he given welcomed the twenty"' three member cords provided the music for the Ir to be featured In the William Carey alllO"'v sited Jones A. Douglass -

the pastnr Rev, Jimrs Dunnnm: end Iwo Burnt present Mrs country. folk r College year book, the! Crusadw. They and Mrs. Bison Perry brother
E. B. Philips and Mrs Jessie Ir voted Most Charm
assistant pastor, Dim Collins: and I The refreshment table was covered She has been and sinter of Mr Douglass.
to' all the lenders (if the auxlllnr.let. Quarlerman were guests for the I with a while table cloth and leg Girl by her !fellow students.

evening. w. red checked hobo napkins. There I r Ann Is I member of Young Wo" Friends of Miss Elizabeth Not in
The secretary. and tresourer'sreports men's Auxiliary and of the a it- hear that she In
The pronram will be prencnled were many cokes of assorted col rr will\ be glad
were given. Mrs J. J. G'I .4a5. I' dent National Education Association at home after being In St.Vincents .
by the' youth groups, under the ors. Candy, tribe, chips 'n dips now
dlrrrtlon of M". Jake Mnttayaw, Cooper reported planting da1811"1 and cold drinks were served Following her graduation In Hospital.,
and new shrubs at the j May she plans to teach: first grade.
WM.U. president. was announced that the May meeting The group gathered around the of PI1U.IIpl Frill MJtchell of Lakt'land'a..
Invltallnn li being extended I II table to sing Birthday, and Mr. Curry Is I graduate ?
A, special i would I be a covered dish supper Happy School In Birmingham fie weekend guest of Mr. Sad

to all auxiliary members I at the Elvin home. presented the honoree with many High candidate for a Bachelor Mrs. Emerson Mitchell and' Mr.
and Is I
Interested In the work.rrllow.hlp lovely gifts The birthday cake Mrs. Franz Mitthell.
end Carey and
person The program, "Beach Combing, wan decorated with red candles of Arts Degree from William

A hour will be held was presented by Mrs A. II. Hey.nnlds centered with a doll dressed country Mr and !Mrs. James T, Nails of College In May lie plans to Mr. and Mrs Ernie Nolan nnd

In the new social hill Immediately Mrs. F. L. Cook and Mrs. a style, straw hat and all. 'Yulec announce the engagementof / continue his education this fall at children. Cindy, Tom and Robert

,.follow Ing the program I L. B. Shank. Pictures made of F The Invited guests were: Beryl their daughter/ Ann lu Mr, the New Orleans Baptist Theologl. spent the week-end with Mrs. Ruby

shells and driftwood were shown Rice, Sandy Bryant Joe Thrift Jerry L. Curry, son of Mr, and enl Seminarv. scheduled to Pipkin. The Nolan's are from
with flower
along arrangement Is
LEADERS'' WORKSHOP i using driftwood and shell Barry Rice, Ann Bibb, George Mr,. M O. Curry of Birmingham take Thl'I'eddlnJr place on August II at the Gainesville
POSTPONED Elaine Inl Alabama
Sheffield Mike Rice
Mrs. Philips give a talk ondriftwood Alvarez Miss Nails In a graduate nf'u.. Hedges Baptist Church Yulee. !Road Board gave ten.
and. Trlcla Scarbora Benny The State
The Hccrcatlon Department otFernandlna telling how to bleach I -- -- -
Beach bud planned as I It, where to find It, and cave suggestions (,. and Kay Asklns. Marie Jennings and !Mrs.\ alive approval to a $J73-mllllun

part, of Its spring and summer, on arranging flowers I Ronnie Sapp Marsha Pendleton Presbyterian Women Mrs.Adams and her son Charles I road ronstruclUn program for the

program!( I Volunteer Leaders' with driftwood. i a aa s Patty Beckham Bubba Quit lie- On |I 1 from Janle. Atlanta r .: visited: this weekend next 12 months an Increase of' $18

Workshop; however, due to the Drilclous refreshments were baum Ange Shurley, Hank Bailey Hold Workshop with Mrs C. J. Daniels and tarn"y. million over the current year,,
poor response, It wn necessiry served. The door price, donated I 1 Laura Sorensen, Billy Miller Chip New OrganizationThe

to postpone the workshop until a [' by. Mrs. Corbet I, was won by !\Irs.Lovl'll. pl Lee, Dorothy Picket!, Janice .

'later\ date L 'w drr Sweatt, Jean Entzmlngcr, Steve Women of the First Presbyterian Friends of' Mrs E. V. Garcia WIN WITH
I Bevillc and Connie Gass. left Sunday
bit Church held a workshop will regret to
Kathy Lewis, Steve Beckett Don Thursday, April 16 at 10 a.m. to enter the Navy Hospital Jack- JOHN E. ( Jack )

na Becton Bobby Thornton Cindy I President Mrs Evert Elvln Ion vIIII.',

Holt Harry Mills, Ronnie Moore called the meeting to order The Townsend a slu- MATHEWS
o e Jackie Barnlak Steve Adams Lord's Pra'er1'81 then given after Miss Marcia

0 0o Danny Full wood, John Pulcttl which the meeting was turned dent at Georgia(, Southern spent He't(! t Qualified For Governor.,
Pol Adv.
Dickie Fox Wayne Saunders over to Mrs. F R. !McKlnncy the weekend with her parl'lIls.I') Authored bv CnmpHiicn Paid Trtunurcr.

Mrs. Henry F. Hlckford Dawn Garcia and Pent Pcnton. chairman of district. 1, Jackson and Mrs. R. E. TOil n'l'nd. -
Cherrl Edenfield Jeanie Ufllc- villa -- -- T
r Mr and Mrs Henry W. Hum i
Linda Allan Richard Sipp, fromI
r td man Mrs. McKlnney'i reading:
phreys of Brownsville Texas an. Alvin Ashc, Edward Anise, Caro- Corlnthlnns was followed by
nounre the marriage of theldaughter
lynn Sutton Steve Barber and prayer given by Mrs E. S. Alexander THE SEA
Cstherlnc Sherman, t to BREAKFAST BY
little brother, Bobby Thornton. presbytcrlal historian She
Henry F. Hlckford son of Mr.
.aBUIOVA and Mrs. Henry F, nickford also read the statement of purpose and
/ Camellia Garden likened It to social studies In
or Brownsville.The r"I school which start from the first f/kJan/a/
'rte wedding was solemnized at Circle Officers (lAt
I' The gift she'llremember grade and go on up. She spoke at
three o'clock Saturday !March 28, about the program council comparing .
always at the First Presbyterian Churvh Monday : It to a planning council
In Brownsville, with the Rev. Buccaneer Trail
o I The Camellia Garden Circle met with five general officers and asked Travelers on
Frank W. Walker officiating at
e oa Monday evening April 20. at the new local president-elect. anda
on atmosphere
will find cheery
the double ring ceremony. Ouly a
I the home of Mrs. H. W. Fishier Mrs. J. L. Long to read the WORK
s 'the Immediate families and close OF THE WOMEV8: COUNCIL for the morning
with horn J. W, tilers and Mrs P. pleasant setting
friends of the couple were
pros There much discussion
i I E. Stapleton as cohostcsscs.Mrs. was
ant! about the new constitution and meal ,
Given, In marriage by her brother T W. Oliver president Mrs. Alexander who has parliamentarian SERVEU FROM 5:30: A.M. TO 10:00: A.M.:
the business meet
Henry W. Humphreys[ Jr., the presided over background, advised onprocedures
'i I ing. During committee reports JUST NORTH CATERING: TO GOLFERS
bride wore a white Chantllly lace and the handling of
Mrs. Fishier, chairman of the Civic AND FIStIERMENAND : :
b costume suit. The sll'evl'lelll changes In the by-laws to suit the THE _
committee reportedon Find Hearty
sheath was designed with a par- Improvement weds of the Fcrnandina Beach FERNANDINA BEACH Gollers Will
the beauticatk!! of the Sen- A Happy Approacii
I i trait neckline, and the tailor-cul e Prcfbvterlan Church GOLF. COURSE! Breaklasls
i4n I board lot on Atlantic Avenue, a To The First Tee\
Jacket with bracelet length sleeves. The 18 members present were ON THE OCEAN: : SIDE
I Us Your
0a of the club. Fishermen: Bring
0a She wore a white pillbox hat ofpeau I ff continuing project divided Into work groups: circle OF, -S.- FLETCHER-- ._ AVE.- Early Morning! Catch And
\ de sole with a short veil of a Plans were made for the May officers, program' council officers LUM.HEONS: QUAILBREAKFASTS we'll Prepare To \our Own

silk Illusion, and carried a bouquet 4brl meeting which Is to be a picnic and general oil leers under Mrs BY Taste

yf 1i of pink roses and Fuji mums with members and their\ husbands McKiimey, Mrs. Alexander, and RESERVATIUS.LEr .

i .. .". Uliste \ Attendants were Miss Jennie as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Archly Id, president- ; WElnrASIORGAN; )faI18j.erl'hone

.-+ nay aeuldta Anaesuheaallch 23 baula2 dlae Crowe, maid of honor and Miss Mrs. A. G. McArthur. elect of Suwannee Presbvlerlal 261.3861Fernandina IVnch, Florida

'r watch at a tiny 18 IoI/M, main. nrdaWnbrak.A Fredricka Humphreys, sister ol I Mrs D. A. Theobald, vice president The closing prayer was led by
,. Pala, rams, tall.' .olor..hl"'aD"" able malnrennd, the bride, was' bridesmaid presented a gift from the Mrs Art hbnlit. AlItl'h\ treat --
.. -
e lard Dteal to IM 11'04' ml adiuhbt mean. I
club to the out-golng president luncheon was served to the ml'm.I
emdahdtg taurad
+ tNhad aOmM rl ale biIN. James Curtis served as best
Jesela, sines iiupwal, un, *"N man and groomsman was Hubert Mrs. Oliver bers and their guests at the Seaside .

r $ I j Hlckford brother of the bride Mrs H. J. Allison conducted an 1 Inn. _

: *' :tOMI,M MO fur OUR COMNirf IU10V4 S'LfcrION-"OM (14,Tt groom. Ushers were Ronald Hum impressive Installation service ol Ilan Theatre
phreys, brother of the bride and the following new ofllccrs:: Presl.

Fred Illckfard, brother of the I dent Mrs I). A. Theobald.: Vice! Personals

ROBISON JEWELRY CO. CONVENIENT bridegroom. President Mrs. J. H. LaChance.: Phone 2fiM8l9! C. E. Reach, Mgr
BUDGET !Secretary Mrs. P. E. SlaptelonTreaurer : _
I Nupllal organ music was pro. Mrs R. J. Breslln. Mr. and :Mrs B J. Sloan left[ r
ATLANTIC AVE. & 4TH,ST. TERMS vlded by Joe Tellennepc. .g a this week In spend six months in
The speaker of the evening was FRIDAY & SATURDAYApril
Immediately' following the ceremony Hendersonvlllc, North Can lina.
... -. a reception was held In the / Mr. A. G. McArthur ho talked 21& & 2;;)
I on the cultivation and propogation Terry Babb of Talhliassec vis. I
church parlor. I of the amaollta. He showed a lied oxer the WI'l'kl'lIdllIh his I Friday 7:10:: Saturday 2:10: ) & 7:30:

The bildc's table worn covered i number of blooms of rare Dutch mother' Mrs Mildicd B.ibl.
with a lore cloth made by the oilier beautiful I
bulbs and many "THE YOUNG GUNS OF TEXAS"
bride's paternal grandmother( The blooms of varieties he has origin Ted Meredith graduated with a
floral arrangement was of calla I LITTLE MISS 'ROBIN'RE%. lass of mo() from Florida Male
breeding '
aled by years of cross MITCHUM;\ ALAN LADD
; JAMES; ;
A SUPER 'MARKET lilies snapdragon, slock and greenery NOLDS. daughter/ of Mr. and University at Tallahassee S.itui-.
the social hour which
flanked by silver candelabra Mrs. Km Blackwrlder of Jack. I During :i day On'hand to attend the reie- JODY :McRAE
I the hostesses -
the evening
holding lighted I'"I>l'n. The bride's sontllle Beach was the best concluded monies were his parents, !Mr and I TECHNICOLOR -
coke was embossed In pastel bloc I dressed 4-year-old girl In the served refreshments to fourteen Mrs Russell Meredith his aunt I -
IN YOUR HOME members and one guest.!
flowers and greenery, topped wllh: i 1.1th: Annual Raster: Parade I and uncle, Mr and :Mrs Morris '
| the: traditional I miniature. ::: bride\ held In lax Bench at leant Recording I Skipper and his ulster and broth I Friday 9:01: :& Saturday 4:0.1: : & 9:03

and bridegroom' i to the Chamber of I interdenominationalFellowship : er-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Chuck

i The bride; received elementary Commerce sponsored parade Day Set FIcnnlken.Mrs. "COMEDY OF TERRORS"
u.un g) noose I
I schooling In Fernandlna D'adl.I contest. The winner's maternal I

i graduating from Brownsville High I II grandparents: and Mrs. J. For May 1st In Jax i W.Mrs.J.Kenny Gaines Bracldock, Mrs OnlyBarber and ::' PETER: I.ORRE VINCENT PRICE

I School and the Florida Technical L. Mullln and paternal graul. BORIS KARLOFF
College In Jacksonville She was parents, Mr andtn.: Rejr. May 1 will be Fellowship Day Mrs R. W Parker of Five Points. I
I 110"1'ould" Saints Episcopal Church ol Baptist Church, attended the annual TECHNICOLORSUNDAY
i i a member of the Lower Rio Gran. probably agree at All I -
state convention of the Wo-
Jacksonville sponsored by the United
de Cotillion Club and a memberof I I
i mkan's Missionary Union in St.I
Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority Hostesses Honor Chllrrhwoml'n. I & MONDAYApril
I Petersburg last week
The day will begin with a coffee :
the maternal granddaughter
She Is : I
(if Mr,. F. II. Hobeln and the I Mrs. H. M. Connelly hour at H,30 am. continuing with Terry Peterson! Is cast In the 2i(; & 27

palcina! granddaughter of Mrs.I With Stork Shower the program at 10.13 a m. at roles of both Clarence and the I
D.I G. Humphrey. which lime Gordon Bunch will Sergeant in the play "Thompson" "SEVEN DAYS IN MAY"IH'RT

$ Mr, I Hickfoid graduated from I ]Mrs H. J. Hamilton Mrs Jimmy peak on Freedom "of Residenceand ,,10 be presented tonight and Fri
1999 Brownsville High School and Is i Sparkman and Mrs: Bob How. Bench Churchesarc day night at LaGrange College as
All Fernandlna
| presently attending the University I ard were hostesses for a storkihuwer the final event of the college'sannual
'Invited to send representa
| of Houston while emploved by a given In honor of Mrs. Fine Art Festival ;
tives. A free will be proided. -
I research laboratory In Houston. Marvin Connelly, on April 13 'at t, nursery
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
The couple la at home at 1840 I the Recreation Center \ For transportation callloin.\ spent last week In SI'hl'lnll'IHII.. Half Inch Water Proof

Richmond Ave, Houston, Texas. Attending the shower were: Meta,, Otto Phanstiel. 261-4767. Ing their son James, and family

l Bernaid Illgglnbolhnm Mrs] H. J,,, The Lukes enjoyed the week fishIng .
CI212 Modtl Bykota Class Meet I Hamilton Mrs. Jimmy Sparkman, Episcopal Churchnquirers' !! on Lake LrJune and Lake ]Is- SAND BOARDS

Mrs. Willlnm Lcuslmer ]Mrs. BII b Ilapo/la./
Held At Home of I -: Class I CAN OF VARNISH FREE
GENERAL.) Howard Mrs. Betty Bryant MrsJ;, T II !Meek has been visiting $3.98

ELECTRIC Mrs. Clyde HaddockMrs. i Kd: Boner Mrs Lewis Bean Mttji Set For April 26 Mr and :Mrs. E. N. 1\1 burl for -

Richard Tlensch. :Mrs Eddie 'loll' several days this \I I'I'kIr.:\ Meek:
Clyde Haddock was hostess i Kendree and Mrs. Erma Wooed; ;if An adult and youth class on I Is the Works Manager of the Ore

CHESTFREEZER to:of: the the Bvkota First Sunday Baptist School Church: Class, on, I Mrs. Grate Peters Mrs. J. C. THE scheduled EPISCOPAL to begin CHURCH on Sunday I is Division rf the Union Carbide FIBERGLASS SCREENS

Uthrop Mrs. Windle Corporation In :OI'W'clrk City.
April 9. Mrs. Mabel Milton served I dn. Joyan Benslev, Mr,. 'evening./ April 28 In Whitney Hall With Aluminum frames
as cohostess.Mrs. purlMr'l at SI. Peter Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs Harvy lotion and ,
!III',. \ '
Lofton Lilly
Fut freti anywhere Counter-balanced lid Broward Peoples broughtthe The class will be open to all interested son Dandec spent three days Us) OFn..
Jennet Bacon. Mr
in food compartment pm from itid devotion and offered a prayer and des Mrs. Baron are aunt and I persons whether they are week with his mother, Mrs. Pauline 2 /Z C I'ER INCH ( FERIMETCR' )

Mrs. I. M. llollinusworlh. class' confirmed or non-confirmed. Everyone Lofton. They are from Tallahassee -
Up to 420 Ibt. of out I president presided over a short mother of Mrs. Connelly. I I Interested In receiving con. where he Is enrolled at -

food<< atorete. He ent..rlor iwntina bn'4nes session. !Several members The door price was awarded to firmation on June 21 should 01. Florida Slate University, lie will
I i class reported 111. Mrs. 80nl'r.I hu in I turn presented be student tearhing In Sarasota
I of the were tend the class. However no one
aalMae.N7laaeil : : the gilt to Mrs Connelly. Game I! rasa fur weeks. EXCLUSIVEARMSTRONG'S
Mrs. Milton( was In charge of who attends tills Inquirers' the next
prize was also won by Mrs Con.
I! the entertainment and prices were : is obligated In any way. EASY TO CLEAN
DDlhtlgggitllUOi' t7enrie i awarded to Mrs. Bounds and Mrs nelly. A children's confirmation clam Mr. and Mrs.V.. II. Burbank.

llolllnusworth. I Pink and blue cakes decorated' I will begin Mondav, April 27 at Sr are sloping with their daueh.ter EXCELONIN

I| !Mrs. Milton dismissed with II with booties and storks punch S :30) pm. Parents of children whowish and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs

t heil Fretmi AviUabltu I prayer. Tasty refreshments werenerved nuts and mints were served. to be confirmed should eon. Floyd Lohman and daughter in WOOD PARQUET PATTERN

C,. it. u cu "" M cu. n. by the hostess Mrs. Connelly was presented tact Rev, James Ellisor before Lake City.
A Number 01 I'prlihl Mua. To thoni from I : with many lovely gifts. April 27. -
Mis.Iarlha: !Merks of Wiv. I
The tukuloui Prom lire Mudrl.
I I'I Mrs. Hank Sides and Everybody's: Coming cross Gl'lIrll1a.'D' the weekendRiled I LOVEQUISTCOLOR

: We would like to express our I !Stuanne spent last I daullhler'l I Fried (chicken salad beans, rolls, of Miss: Bobbie Becton The I PORTER &

I appreciation for the many kindnesses slaw and cake young ladies celebrated I a J Joint I

Five Points Grocery & Hardware shown us during the loss of nla. Not one single thing could be birthday; Martha's was Friday CENTERFIVE

our beloved son, Charlie Byrd, Jr. I II' I and family. Rev. CUbrrt will kv I I callwl a take, ', ami! Bobbie's Twenday. April 21. I POINTS PH. 2G1.30BS

signed( ) Mr and. Mrs Charlie I this week for Warm Springs, Ga., Band chicken supper, May 2, S tll' Miss :Meeks Is the granddaughter

I' Byrd Sr. and family. I I lo undergo: trtat: ltut.: 8. of Mr. EUcn: Lipscy o( this city ''

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Vacation Vogue Takes Flight At r : !' 'l'h'.l'lItlay.: :


Annual Woman's Club Fashion Show ,: -- I Ii Committee Chairmen For Historical I I


Styles to tense (the hnrv and ditall by Commentator, Mrs. H. Spectacular Hold Planning SessionA

plena the pocketbook eitortnlned W Fishier

I thoat attending the 1 nth nnninl 1 The various selections furnishedby I Basket planning meeting of all\ com- -- -- -

Fahhlon Show,/Cud Party held Lyons I Dress Shop wore modeled miltee chairmen for the upcomIng .

1 Wednesday evening at 0 p.m. In by members of the Woman hitloriial spectacular to be YULEE NEWS
| the Woman' Club. Club June
I and Little Women Club presinled In by the Duncan
"Fashions In Flight" embarked before a background of colorful I Lamont (linch Historical Soclel\
with the entrance of Mrs. GatchelIn travel posters, maps. and 11/1I"alle'l A Rinlrn column during our tory bloom When ordered( from was h,'ld Tuesday evening at the The sophomore class Spnulieill''

a new filigree" knit of 100 per. adding the vacation atmosphere. spring season of bloom seems rime' growers those roses whose home of :\1.... J. J. 0. Cooper, Supper' Itus been riset for May I,

cent cotton, wrinkle resistant and Mrs. Clllf Mclnnis Woman's ranker K.p rflunMs\ The object patent hiss expired sell from $1 (HItn A round table discussion of plin 14; Adult, doii.it Inn Is, $125 and 7'i.i .
ch.lclrcn under t 12 111M'
cool With a vested overhlouse Club music chairman accompjn- lemon" of driving lnwly Around $2 nil ihonpir than the nowor was rllll.hll'I.1. bv :M.iuriee Cool lor i"In. .. nllcnd,
"' pi ins lo
| and saucy Immltatlon pockets, this led the faxhlun cavalcade on the I IplillO low seems for more helpful certainly rimes uhiiM- p.ilonls" are sldl& In fray of JII k.llnln"1.11 known : Sevonil:
I outfit would be suitable for out. 1 more Inspirinu; Spiina It effect I hare we IHIth..' iiilvanl- l.rnol"c''r'lllr'IIIr.Iho will lined num.

I doors or easy home llvlnq :Mrs I "The entrance donations," said the lime In be Inspired to better age of a i'holi c's's of ronlstoi. Its. dr. """malle.: (nf Fiulil:I Mi'js.: : .. and her i leullv nf 11111''h'.1( 'litndinu I Ii
Bennett B. Wilson then appeared I /garulu'niusg. It should make us determined \>I'II.IIIIII..n. tie eoimimv' ( I rum sevt-r.il ommillee C'h.III'IIII'n1.1'1'; :" 'gke me -
Mrs ,
Franklin Jones, committee P.D \.
I In a 2 piece ensemble enmhlni. u> follow Ihrouuh with whiih we until, plus a lute whosehamllinu fl > ioinieil. c:; <. a
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chairman "will be applied tn the i onvenllnn. In Miami
tlon with n solid. pink slltlod cape certain Powers In our own tut- : I Is UIIII''III1'I'11.: mid tliimUs f't ""
cost of the: annual dental clinic Plans were' computed for the > They arc
featuring large dens ani'thcr life U gieater
pockets and art. Ron son cxpoiuncy
sponsored by the philanthropic and rcKistration' and screening of those Mr, mid Mrs Ftr ,
I fully trimmed In the pink and finance committees." Would.be gardener' are often I Peace Is a rose whose patent wishing I to have parts In the extravaganza T ': Flncann,

I white checked material of the haI In this year'i clinic, the philanthropic accused of not know'Inn what thrv has expired anllI hn 1' pi Ire hasdropped to be presented the Ir.IrC'url1y.! ,
sic sheath dress The ,is4
cape smart want until they It blooming In I
see ,
committee expended a total after seventeen years of 5th ind Rlh of June on the pir.nlo/ 3i
land slmnle In style, was comI I I'ROVIUISr.Il'fn: MORE THAN A nautical atmns- a neighbor'. yard and then rushln and Mrs HaiiJns
grounds at historic Foil Clinch
of $213 to benefit 73 children
I plctcly lined. | being held tn a minimum $2.50I Saturday I 1111'1'1' will be a political .
In the leedalore! la
I phere these lovely ladiea modeled the latest In ( nursery or
who might not otherwise have young Registration of east members held
by her \ nil those rally at the Yulec P'wt
Also the show | It Ruing In their gardens
highlighting get
\ own
was been able to have dental cxamlnatloni I beach wear and attire for those going; "down to I the !sea; I has been sit! for Saturday. May 2, Office at fl,:30. The III'nlouI QI
I Mrs. Dens Arnold In the dress I Immediately, The modern nurseryli she was the best selling
Members of the committeeprovided In boots," courtesy of Chtrlene's at the Mf I'limllv float years from 1 1:13: until 4:45: In (he ('on- sell refreshmenls and the P,T A.
which welcomes vacation to moot this dp.i
travel now equipped
[ i In 11.! It I Is estimated that
transportation to and Show )held last weekend. From left. Jean rfflnman ferenie Room at the Recreationrenter will saIl) suppers, I .
I Made of sheer polyester print. It I i; mnnd It Is a* versatile! la its ron. I
from the dentists.Following since ihe woe Introduced In Soul I Anxone Interested In apart .
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I has milt scoop neckline detailed I Ardie Stein Mvra Rroff Debhle Turbot, Sherry Lnfne. (tamer crown plait an the trixerv
the fashion show, cardtables I I. : Franelsin III 1'M'i! ( nt Ih,' meeting' I Is urged to register ns |hototul ,
Iwlth lattice Inserted finish and Judy I'inkin. llohhl Recton and Tene'n' Perreirn. Oil.VN tore Is with its quirk I pucknuortfflcdn j CARII or TSltKSWe .
nisi ,oulil "reiuh lit: ), aicord-
were assembled and those iif world lenders to fium the United
[short cop sleeves This dress hasla present. played for fun and prljcs the hoaK they were courtesy of the dealer Herb from It norms tit h"n every nnrtportulnra :Nation; mine than Ihnlv hut lo (ienflrev Holes will In. ,I wiinl lo oxpiess our tfoep Jlp.
thing blooming alyssum I ,
bow the White's Outboard Sales. million, dude' the mililtiiv, townspeople u preilnllon lo Hie nuinv friends
front belt and comes In pro. During card games, refresh lit be let la Peiiie roses have limitpiisuilu'd.
I portioned half sues mont of homemade pie and cake .... ... .'. to Ronjeoim ready hud covered row place Incans I That meeting tin,k pl.noalmost :. Imluins, mid, ni'inv' inoie" I I whn is ate HO kind lo our bclMrcdniolher '
H H ,, I I Mis I,mine Mixiin, stir
All ; were sold Dilnks were. providedand I which sil4t tuo dot'ados ago': mid our Ih.h.'III"/lIK/ ill net 1h'r\l''IY
fashions were described In tan even aijus'nfor $till her Illness
limit and
I to ilKIt/
Mrs W n Rnrtpffpr. Mrs. J. PEwlna !
the Little Women nerved The lite gnrdiner/ so that they ton ounuor,: RIII'd.'III'11'1'1' ihildieii M.iv I hi' t lime uud place to In1 announieil -
nfreslimcnls were made by var. i Mrs John I ,Do/lcr, Mrs.: First All-Family require no Initial error! other (him at the I line. HO \\'r11'1'1' iil.id In I her cloiilh/ ,
(sins Woman's club members.The Dave G tehcl!. and Mrs. James :I I run across the story of the IVaie !Sty Cod bless you and reward
WIN WITH the diluting of a hole. The blooming A 1m/ UP number of workers Is
I Purgasnn. rose published In a rerenl news yon with .cfiiii| ihoimhlfulncssI .
following committee members Boat Show Called season of a plant has now be. I needed (for the various committee I
JOHN ( the ihnw Mrs. and seveial, nth- I slum i M.nule M?, lll/oluuuul,
E. Jack ) were la charge of the dual Modeling for were: i come a rhnlrc time tn Indulge oneself paper copied by and, Hume wishing! to have a part
affair' Louis Klnser, Miss Brenda Beard. ers The American Rose Smithy llnhv M Isestumsue l .
: Jones chairman Mrs 1 In starts whether It be camcl- .
In the 'nlllliiln. other thus I
MATHEWS I D K. Sturaos! Mis Joseph Slu- Mrs. Wavne Dnlsnn, Mrs E. B. I A Huge Success Ito, scuba or container !urounroue arranged for her debut nt I lh.itmooting I c'uol. me I're asked lo call the ,.1111'1
bits, :Mrs. K, L. Armstrong Mrs. Philips\ Mrs. Piirunson Mrs Bennett bv piuviding n pporlmen
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of the connnillic of ,
I nest Qualified For Rnirrnor J I. J, G. Cooper Mis. T J. Cor- Wilson Mrs lllmmrlmin ,I I bloom, for oath/ inomber of I thnt min At the coniliiHlon of tttKliuj.1' ,
I The first Fernandina Bench AU.I ]. Of course, container grown I, i'hull'e, ilK follows: Iho IIIIHIOH sirved "dosstxi hif-
n !
PoSt Pol Adv belt, Mrs. C D. Ingram, Mrs. J, Mrs Locus Lowe Mrs. K. J. Smllh historic nts'u'h haag. companvliig I
Authnrlrcd by Cimpunn' Treasurer' I Family Boat Show was hold Sat plants arc higher In price than Tlikets, Mis. John TCNIt'r- let ..
L. Malone, Mrs Dim Himmclmun, Mrs Walter Preston Mrs. Dena I I the 1"1'111M u card stusi iitg, 'nub
Arnold Mn Lawrence Srhuetl I uryday and Sunday In the old In. I those mnikcted In other Forma and I U the I'enio rose, l'III'III'III'd In Piililliltv mid Promiilion, Mrs I ::' :

Mrs. Curl is BUSH, Mrs Galthel gram Furniture building ; (the 1I0rdl'n'rI'lih a small budget' Pasiideni, : on Hie iliv Hoi'Hit "'11. Sliull Sheffield. 1'1'0/ll'I'lh'lI/ Geoiije" 1

and Mrs. Ruth Brown' l.llllo WOo Siionsored bv lleib While's Onl.,, I II 'turns to doing hla own propima-. We hopo I the I'onio rose will III.I I D.ivls CoHlumcn, M,'., N.iney'
men Nola I.cwcllcn. Kllrn Babb I board Silos, Ihe eVl'illla called thus from wed cuttings or layering : fluenee IIlI'n'a Ihoimhts fur over. Siilnil House, nito Phimsli'll' Cooper's LaundryC&n.Operated ;
and In the CUSP of roses, I I
Now In Fernandina Marjorie Brewton, and Baba Brj'icalso a tremendous suicess. Missy were lasting woild' IHMIO.'' This rosewas -- Sound KfleilH: < l'hut'k Flc-unl-
I I planting tlicm In bare root format :; : : : : : i ken Catherine
modeled on hand to view the new lines of In Iho ptoioss, of devolopmi I'louiMiii Gills "
The following received door '64 boat and motors, the proper Reason Most rose I'''bv I the ruinous "lose li\InIdi/or nl iiiiiion S\iii'" huh Fffects: Dr I

nrlzei follow 1the/ card party: I, Highlights of the Show were, anew varieties do from not do grafted as well nock from 1 France; Krmu-is 1'.10'11I:11111.: In Slut'I, I ll.iyiud Hilllon mill Jay Barlcls -- Laundry and Dry
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIALDEPENDABLE I Mrs J. C. Mnttnyiw, Jr.. $25 war I Inboard-oullxKird line featuredby at boast of r I early IhiilioK mill ho haul just' "rin.iiiee. Mrs, Hoi tie S.iwver -
The rose gardeners '' 1'.1111. ), Mis i.: P. 1 lao; ho, Ji, -- Cleaning
bond donated by the Florida National : Arlxto Crafl and Johnson limits, ,nearly fuund out Us piilenli.illlleH; IIH war .:
Bank : Mrs J. F. Michael : and a 20'( lannlv cabin cruiser by growing from cuttings arc roo's.1 (loilllS ,IIIVllllllll| I'lllopo: III (flll'l'l| :Miislo,. Mr /mid Mrs. A. C Mt'In-
the older shrub :.Mrs. Doris.
always type Howard,
German chocolate cake, Buccaneer' Cobia hu hud sent I tii.il loutS In ilillii- ills Miikeup" Sirs, Hill, hi mliii' -
Patent rlKhts keep the price of of .: t hum' PiniHle, Ch.irlle; Kemlree I r
I Bakery: Mrs. Paul Sims, station As part of the program a nautical I cult cnuiilrioH III'ullI'| : Manlter.:
roses for years after Inlroduc- Tnloiil. MI' Unbrit White, mid
ary Lewellen's: Connie Gay, vane, fashion show was held for the up wluili ho wns ini.ible' In hour until I I1I1I.'r
HEATING & ,COOLING Rnblson Jewelry Co.; 1 ladies The complete array, from Nona. how priced ones I that we I win us its us s'a', I Ho then found Mm J, J. (i I. Coopir, I'mk Cuoidinntor 1 11th & Beech StrvefeRess !

Mrs. W. F. Miller automatic I bathing suits la dinner dresses find on the market are the older that III (:iorm.mv I the ripe unit Gil lleikrr, I .
SERVICE CO. coffee maker Firestone; Mrs II.I I was furnished by Chnrlcne'i and : ones: whoso putcnts have rtm out I been onus tu'ut''l.lotl.i\ I Hi I" I Hnprnise -

H. Davis, folding barbeqiie grill i modeled by Misses' (Cerver Perrelra. III diicH not mann thnt they' me Inferior (;limit> Ihe Itiililin; inline fur' -.
:Harde Bro*.; Mrs R J. Mr ft.henney :: Barbara Hoc ton, Ardith I II varieties; quite the cnntrntybecause it wan' ulso one of f In',nur, "(iloln" -

\gloves, Mary K's: Mrs i Stein, Judy Hahn, Babba Bryre, they': have proved siMlsfuctory I memilng lo (:mitt' lilo< with n snnlo

ACT TODAY FOR J. B. Hutdilns Iron rest Fernnn-, Diane I Puole. Jeunit Ulfrlm.-M Sue I INorlhty lliroiiKh many years. and ar"1, II,' hud minieil Iho rose fur his ii -
ro p.I'r have learnwi to Mine A. Mi.illmil, iimlor
tuna Hardware: Mrs T. W. Oliver, Judy l.axserre, Audrey I flout lut'r
hone!, Houx fc. Partln'i: Mrs. J. P. Mertz, Esther: Kuvouklls, IViiuy The objection to buying these whiih ii.imo: It still gins' in Kr'inio
YOUR SUMMER Ewlna. S5Ift/ rertilleatc, Baeea. Bond M\ra tirulf, Sheiry l.aatug.I I roes except from the I rellablt Ponce ,11I'1 h'M I Hie hh'hest: 1 "l.il- pIifluiuiG tant! ; ;
or rose grower' lies( In (lie \
I seer Laundry and Dry Cleaners: I Judy Pipklu, Musts Cnipps, and I fact nursery Hint the itxvutek is often not iou glvin' In a ruse by the Amu I .
Mrs Bobby Walters, Chanel Nit Debbie Turbid CUll Hose Soi' ,'!ty, !'Ml I points
the best for Florida mills plus the Uiui' Wit
I 5 bath oil, Waas DruK Store; I A dinIng lull) at the show's I liKiiniHt III I piin's' IIH tutu (sat lion. 1(4pupularlly (
which' marketing
link of MIrhraplv
Mrs Lewis r Kinser, bath pnw.cUr :I ronilusUm dispensed Kilts from I care Is mil 1 limited to theUnited I
and lit stub large huts'iies't's'sbtiiieO. :: ; ; :: : i I
\: UHkwoodi; Mrs A, E. Tap. Charlcnu's and aecesKiirlox and I : Sillies/ II Is pluiiled Iwthoimmids
Their inlvnnlnxe' I IN '
tin, box candy !Stefter PIIIR ('0,; reconls from Horb White's. In iiiiiililes'/ I Iliiouiihoul
Mrs. Fred Bond, tomb and brush I that (they ere conveniently at hand the win Id, I
SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES the lime for planting/ ,
at I proper ._
set. nerke "s Pharmacy: Mrs DOD I I"You
g I the Investment I III small and wcgo'tasensns I
Trade At Home .
Himmelman. fi gilt certificate, I oust nlwavs Jiulgo bv nil.ppllr'III
Deal Locally Call Dixieland 5 ft. 10.: Mrs n. C. Land or_two of. sal Indie- I ,'"' the curly bud may
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canned ham, Wlnn.!>ixle: Mrs E, have bran up sill II I IIhl." 1

261.4370 or' 261.3961 I J. F.lvln. $i Rift certificate. Food I II
Fair; Mrs. H J. Bailey orchid ,

P. O. BOX 651 I corsage, Oxley Florist< : StOP Now The FAMOUS '
Mrs Mary Ward, relish tray,
Meyers Gift Shop; Mrs W M

I I Green, 11 111 ham. Spinec Gio. l.CeaflI'90% .

rery: Mm. Frankie Walters, 2
bon-bon dishes. Thrill Shop: Mil .

R. P. Mores bliHwe, Chailme'i: 7Wl}

LUXURIOUS Mrs George Davis nlmm, io and THIEF e88tant%
set, mnnicine, Beach Beauty
TW Salon; Mrs. W. T Mewjrwskl'I WATCHBAND

shampoo set, and m inli'me, Ver.
('nine In unit Let II. Dross
Your llalr Stylist ;
na. Paints As Low As $3.98 GoC: :
Mrs. Harry Poole, haircut, sham- I'p Your Wnlch

PM( sit Stench Beauty S.ilun, STOP MR. BURN IT-
Mrs. W. Editor Saundcrsonnnu\ ", Robison Jewelry Co. Five Points Grocery & Hardwar :
playing record Chuck's TV; MrsI

I), 0 Bowers 2 end tables nnd THE MALICIOUS WOODS BURNER Atlantic Al tlh Your I'ittshurjr. Paint Ul'ult'r :
coffee table. Wails C It N.

frieerntlon Service: Marie Ru'l WHOROBSTHESOUTHOFMILLIONS .5..
electric chock Florida Public
Illties! Co; Ixiulse B Walker \ Vt.1

mos, A, S. Allan: :Miss Susan Reid' OF DOLLARS !

etfer, S a/aleas. Mav' Nursery; I
Mrs II. C Hunt Mrs G. S

Lowe Mrs. C. Utricn Mrs J, C '

Bennett, Jr, Mrs. Emerson Mitchell .
each won a camellia from
May'a :Nursery; :Mrs C M Tom- ,

moos 9 1 pe, salad xcrvlee Friedmjn't Question
Jewelers. Gateway Jacksonville .

: Mrs W II. llannn. jiw.

dry Akra House of Fashion.Jiuksonville Why Should This
; Mrs Ben Clurke.

English leather Al s :Men's Shop,

Jacksonville Elephant Wear
Individual table pri/e of bud I

vases were donated by 'hlll'k' TV
HiRh' canasta: prier a planter dc,>- Tennis Shoes ?

nated by Mr. S. W Saylcr wan
von by Mrs. !Miry Ward The

high bridae price a handbag donated ANSWER :

i (5u by Lynn's I Dress Shop wax



., *JL thort ifeevt dress thirls ,
April 27-May:! I

Monday: Ham wgreen bean Right this minute, YOU are being robbed BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS

Ti twal$35O and potatoes mixed !green naiad More than half the forest fires in America
tornbread and butter, apple cob- .-a
bY bier wi I'hl'.eI.'due, '.1 pint today are in t.ha South and many: an. THESE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM

milk. deliberately set by malkioui woods burners! '

tables Tuesday and: pastry Chicken lopping pie w/hot vege.but- I Forest firea endanger the jobs of thne million MAGINC CHEF ROPER S HARDW1CK

cecil bests rahll..*. apple and Southerners. .. rob millions man hunting} ROYAL

IrOn pleasure to!wear a crisp Truval! wash and weir celery salad rolls and butter, and recreation pleasure*; ..rob US ALL
Pima Batistetdr shirt during the long hot summer pineapple cake, '> pint milk '
Wednesday: Beef slew w/broui by wasting our YAhubU& Southern resources.

day Tailored of silky pim cotton with. a new gravy steamed race, butler spinach '' Stop Mr. Bornit, the malicious firebug[ -I,

shorter point ijilium spread permanent stay colLar carrot slicks, rolls and butter FINEST ALL AROUND GAS SERVICEIN

Can be worn open 01 with a tie. Exceptional value! fresh fruit salad, raisin cookie,

today. .1' 4 pint milk.Thsscsday I THE COUNTY
yours : Ibmbiirncr!! / buns, & -"..
seasoned dry beins, lettuce and .

tomato salad, peach 1'1 lhl..r.I'k

PARTIN'SESTABLISHED pint Friday milk: Tunafish salad boiled MALICIOUS WOODS BURNING Good Housekeeping Gas Co. ;,

1878 potato In jacket. buttered corn, V
tomato wcdtfei. culls said !butter, MUST BE STOPPED)
YULEE FLA. Phone 261.5146
Plume ;
21.4211 "
aiL: t..tiyell". j chocolate pudding w/ whipped top. y

ping. !'i plot nulk. .

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":d Six) Nowg-Lefuler' Fernam'lna' Beach, Florida Thursday, April 25, 19G4!!

I f I Imagination, Paper Mache', and Magic Combine In- The-!. I To Governor Enjoy of Good Georgia Hunting Comet To Florida the POWDERED whole*family*, GRAPE'RVJ1'-tr

k 1964 Debut of The Puppet Arts Theatre At Rec Center eUarl ,,. .l ., :1aAl JUICE tented : powdered Already grapefruit being: market.juke

: ; f y1 may soon become a new product

Saturday II may morning I lake a Mile at 1000.mule trciu, but HUNTINGu1 ITS BEST R Ri on,Developed(lie market.by scientists of the

U S. Department
lions of rl.llt'fnell'hplll''r.\ masking of Agriculture
tape; wraps if, t lath and paper" Agricultural Research Service and
ninohc will come lu life and t three I .y'ire i s kb; t N ( other,. JWjm'I*' owder dlMolvc
In cold l (Is
W8 <
d a
116'ok.f preparation will resultin I nutritious
grapefruit, Juice
the production\ of three plays by able fresh flavor with a remark
the Puppet Arts Theatre' M (

The playa, written by the children T ..MriKSllfn, ? 'Florida C.. Camp, nu"l i' l n-
Agricultural i
(themselves III he pet furm. t Extension Service
says that
ed In the Puppet Tlititre on the age/ temperatures mor.
I required to
RoiH.nlInn Center pre.
stage Admis
serve Its
quality have
lion will b(' a tank or a small da, f J determined, but the not bt-n
J scientists bl'.
nation toward a clilldiuii table "+I .aZ r 1 r, lieve the grndurt.will!
t w19 need little
for the city llhniy The classes I Ia Ia"rrv7 Ie or no refrigeration
made refillblshnu the thildnni a adr r" __
section of I lie library 'their pio. ,

The fir.I of (the (line plays| THE "BEATLES l1OME GROWN 1I
VARIETY that in
"Hcv Diddle. Diddle," or \Uiv were part of the II
Minstrel fun for
the kids and
Did the Cow Jump based on the &y.I _
I perhaps a little too realistic for Home adults. There
similar fairy story. and the sec. was
end play. based on (he tilt of the i.: one difference between the "beatles" and The Beatles, I o a Any Size
these left
Bremen Musician. will be cnnct- lo right Pickle fox. Steve Itetkett, Ted Sle-

ed by the first class with handpuppets READY )FOR SATURDAY, Is the first; rims of the Puppet leer, and John I'uletti, could actually sing: Any ShapeInquire
b At
I Arts Theatre. Saturday will mark the goal of weeksof .
There will (Dun( be an Inlermis. rehearsal the production of original plays with hand. NewsLeaderPhones

lion diring Judy llahn and made puppets and marinets. Shown left to right are, I

Jjlunnc Owens will "perform a front, Sam MillHaps, Ted Flenniken, Raymond Bryan. I !

marine I.like clinic, accompanied I Standing are left to right Toni Robes, Kitkie Bryan, For The HomemakerBy II 216.:36e6 26M687FERTILIZER
by Mi a, Guy J Dudley on piano j John Slouffer Vickie ,F
Bryan, Peggy Galphln, Maria De- --- ----u, ____. .y
The grand (male will IK a mystery tunas, and Penelope Hritton.
wnllc bv the strand class, _. -. -.
'The Mjja of (lie Storm," It x tit I
be performed i with mtrlncts made Local Seafood Firm a Mrs. Mary N. Harrison ,

by Hit class nicnilurs I WHITyMUMNNTf. i Wllllston, Florida Pictured above (renter) is Carl E, Sanders,
As rehearsal progressed, cal'h''I 'Continued From (J;{ +saRa ;w Home Demonstration Agent Governor of Georgia/: showing oft his bog of wild turkey'* at the
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Dixie Lily Ranch
child ('uml>IIhl'd (h'a' own dialogue, The Injunction In good news to I lJ'tUI-=- Lai Webb, left, and Cecil near M heic. Webb Shown, o|>cratnni with the of pnvcrnor the giant are Dixie Charles Lily
which shiiild the
make effort 50 Ibs.
Kpon.Iain Milling 6-6-6
crab fishermen In thin -- ._--_.._- Company and the Dixie Lily Hunting! Pmerve: Floilda
'oils. entertaining, and probably : area since --- -- Farris Bryant wlieci fcandcis that "his choice of a Floifda( : vacation
cvtn exIeniDonmeouii al (llmciMrs YuunjIs the chief outlet for I I Warm weather brings IhoiiiJiU soilings is further evidence of your normal standard (I( excellence"
J. U. Urllliin directs tin their catches of picnics, (colorful food and fun. If 10, Die guiding rule for sea- $155|
I Youngs has a payroll of from Members of congressional Have ever given --- -- -
group. a you : much Ihoimht soiling Is that the fl,ivor should be --- --- -- -- ---u- _
$"r'>0000' to $173.MX) a to subcommittee I r to (the importance _
The public Is urged to attend for year pro- :dully dallying on the of color In delectable, not detectable I urable suspense and intolerable I
their own, pleasure and for Hit erasing plant employees and to war against poverty met the other 1 I all phases of life, Including foods, ? i For variety try usililclllvl'1/ fear The children themselves quite unprepared for His reactions 6-6-6 Pellets
the crab fishermen, with around day to hear I ) to some seemingly:
a witness good'
For txample her program
\ with
on tenth make
benefit: of the tlnlelrtn sttllon of blith ground bier dishes And beef a clear distinction between: .
the library i bfl )people Involved In the opera. They wore Goodwill Industries I day a young lady announced she pot roasts basil with pork exciting and frightening I I i
(lion( rejected suits so as not to embarrass wanted blue pro., Children have a of $199Grotone
a angel food cake. It dishes sage in stuffing for : grams. way liking |
In addition R, 11 Young. oper. the eau witness, Robert F. I was her birthday, so the got It, round steaks or beef birds A hint : Watching programs which adults I hbcli i i"trash"
WIN WITH Sirs the Amelia Island Seafoods, Kennedy, a leading authority on But when the cake was served al ''of dill Is good for braising pork your child programs or dismiss as "corny" I
which purchases approximately( poverty the party, few people ate It. I chops thyme and with him at times, and Inviting Good taste develops slowly through'I
,JOHN E. (Jock) ';JOOooo worth of rosemary him sometimes to Pellets
shrimp each The senators to watch
got their feet
year The reason: A blue cake Isnt go well with beef and pork your own a process of sampling We cannot
from fishermen of this area. and looked at each other when will give clues to I
a very appetizing rosemary Ii also good with lamb you Insist that the children like what I
MATHEWS loud ripping was heard at Bobby sentry Fad! not only has to taste good and savory Is right for either what what distresses he enjoys and why, and we like, but we can set standards $298

Best I For German MeaslesIn II has to look good Blues' blacks, lamb or veal child who takes him. Sometimes a of taste by our own sclcttlnons I
Qualified Governor
Paid Pol Adv "I wouldn't t worry, gentlemen," and purples arc usually:: not too i programs In his all the bang-bang I We can respect their present i I
Authorized by Campaign' TreasurerDEDICATED commented Mr Kennedy, "A splitIn tempting food colors. For How do you spend your food terribly may be choices and at the same time help :

-.. --.. -. -- ----- Epidemic Stage ,I quite a common committee" of Congress Is has orange much juice less served! appeal In a bl erample'j I some dollar way Would to be you a more like Intelligent to learn i'I I or In a which child upset an made animal by uncomfortable a Is quiet threatened drama : :In them order learn to how discover to turn other t the dials pio. I i HARDEE6ROS.

Mr. Kennedy was wearing old clear glass Black Is food shopper? If yours Is a typical ridicule You by grams Checking off good
Says Dr. Woolsey overalls and jumper a bit too with burnt flavors family one half of your food you watch him never, and you know may unless be: I I grams schedule to Is watch for on the 'pro.// Atlantic Ave.

large Unusual colon arouse suspicion money goes for meat, milk, and often rewarding
Dr. B, F, Woolsey, director of The chairman ask would the Green bread suggest mold: red eggs/ Abuut one fifth Is spent for ,
Nassau County Health Department witness jiiiit for the record chicken loaf (Is alarming So loll>I vegetables and fruit. The rest la ,, ,.r
reports that the entire coun. slate briefly his qualifications easy on artificial food coloring/ I nearly equally divided among
I try seems to be experiencing a Gentlemen," said Mr. K", "I And when you do use (It, keep gram products, fats, oils, sugars, !
wide.spread epidemic of German am of a large family and I have within a reasonable color range I and aw ecu and such Items as
mission A. of April 3, 1064, there known poverty as no man since Also avoid serving foods\ of vinegar, coffee, lea etc. I Need A Good Salesman
u 1 I have been 4 116 cases of German the late J. P, Morgan clashing colors, Purple.red beets, I Aside Iron satisfaction which ?
7 lay measles reported; In Florida I compared "My older brother was forced red cabbage, pink-red radishes, I Is Important, the main point In I
with 476 canes reported for to accept a job In the senate He and orange-red tomatoes and pimentos I food Is the nutrient yield I
si! iw, .vr> tho same dales last year, wanted a tale better position, and are not attractive togcth- \ MEATS It pays to buy meats
I Rubella Is a'mild febrile Infer luekly we sere able to get It for er carefully sinre it such a large Good salesmen
tlon .with a. rash that varies very him, I Neither are mono-colored (foods, : part of your f dla dollar I Price I are so hard to come by that many a
much in character from that ol "What people don't t know Is that A menu of mashed potatoes, alone Is not a dependable buying retailer has
| scarlet fever or rubeola But, my entire family had to rake and creamed onions fried liver, eel guide( Compare the servings/ per wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to
there are very few symptoms and scrape almost an entire day to ery, white bread, and rice pad pound, with (he price For example I rub
consequently patients seldom report raise enough/ to buy that job. ding lacks character It needs 1 lb. boneless meat mikes when he needed more help to sell merchandise.It
to physicians for treatment "You probably read about my perking up with buttered peas about 4 servings: 1 Ib bone.inmost .
.*Kynei' record ts one of As a consequence It Is fairly certain sister and her husband last week substituted for the onions, pickled makes 2 servings or less: ,
dedicaectlrelelllOnlc./ that there are considerablemore being: unable to move Into a low beets Instead of celery, and tome spare ribs may cost less per pound would also
to the communlt '." ) cases of German measles rent housing project 1 In New York," brown-crusted rolls In place of than pork loin roast, but remember be nice if the lamp produced a sales
) than hive been reported As Kennedy talked on heads be. the while bread. A spoonful of red the edible portion per pound
Epidemics of German measles Ran to bow and then the SOBS of jelly will enliven the rice pudding Is certainly different. I man who worked almost 24 hours a day, who could make

,ORLANDO SENTINEL usually come In childhood, but 1I. II\ the committee got too loud and You can also bring color to a Price and Value have little connectlon '
.... Is much lest Infectious than many guards came and led members: meal with gay dishes flowers, You may get flavored I I all the calls necessary, who could see every customer
of the other childhood diseases away and table linen. Just ice that the meat at a bargain Many low cost ,
As a consequence, we are begin Democrat and GOP leaders colon are compatible meat. have high food value. The I every day.
It a crying. shame _
nlng to see more and more adults the but # S1' lean parts of beef, veal, lamb
with German measles Dr. Wool. ter off Republicans left the last let. Freeze Steak Now For ts* and pork are much alike In food
shamSKIN ,
sey said that German measles Uteri: Why not lake advantage value, except that port U super It would
confer a life-long/ Immunity and of the flavorable retail prices on lor in Thiamine. take a magic lamp to find a man who didn't
susceptibility Is general among beef now by (freezing some for While beef seems to be the most I
most children and adults who have this summers cnokoutT popular meat, don t neglect the I make mistakes, who always told the correct sales
itieal not had It. I ,SEAL p I Steak. prices are traditionally other' varieties Poultry, veal, story,
Paid r'a Ad"erti.en1.nt ('aidor Eflorts higher in the food who found interested
(II. Kyno. Clnnpol.n to control Rubella arenramued summer spe. lamb pork or fish may offer bet( customers on short nofiV nA
taod ___
_Ronnie. Spencer Chalrmon ( by the hazard of aim( cl81111s with" the' ."I.Ila n Aarirul.tural -' ter buys They make Inte'resting I - -. _
,.. (ficimt congenital detect l In'-hl'i I'Fxlcnsion; Service: point;; out, J' meals and are comparable in sold merchandise.

uif.spring of women who contract. L1 TOPICS I Freezing does not improve qua). fond::: value I I
IN EVERY the disease during the first four IA I\ Hy, so when choosing steaks for Hi I'fm'e( deciding on the cut ofmeat

months of pregnancy, Common freezing select only high quality to buy, consider the amountof I If the
WAY THE congenital heart disease, and deaf Scent! pI vote land, pi Hcdvnp I meat bone and: fat you will:; be get- I merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman *
mutitmt The extent of this Is not "our L..I MoIt..1, aotey and Ina If you follow' these suggestions ling Use the melt trimmings I I
finitely known: but, approximately 1'lurod. Ahd'LlI' AIcelanan, when packaging meat for freezing bone and some of the fat for soup who could go right into the home, right into the liv-
MONEYSERVICE \\0'f of living Infants burn OF THE HANDS: you cm store It for as long ana of gravy It Is often better to buy,
after' maternal Rubella during the FREQUENT TROUBLE to 12 months at zero degrees a large cut and use it several' ing room and talk to the housewife, and tell the story of
first trimester of pregnancy!: have SPOT Farenheit wavs or freeze part of It,
animalles For that reason It Is avery Package your steaks In quantities Pork and lamb liver are cheaper I his merchandise.And .
serious disease for women Skin disorders of the hand to be rooked at one time If than calf liver and usually
during ihe first four months of comprise one of .the largest you wrap two steaks together, use more expensive than beef liver. I
YOU'RE SURE picgnamy While there Is no actuul group of .kin 'trouble mm byphyslciula a double thickness of freezer pa The food value Is about the same, I I that
I hazard for the woman comprise at Irani I-rlll'"ol: 'ten'' |irr a rent l hint of per between Ihem to make sep and all can be prepared to be salesman would work at a low wage. That

TO LIKE I self, I the development (lf her h"r'l the d'rllllllull1l1l.1'1 practice. aratlon easy.Use tasty and tender I
barn child may be tut The hand. (u into' cecry"Hunt moisture I ; and vapor-resist* seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would
impaicd\ due to birth with and arc seen hy \'ry'.e.. .Vliersnns ant mute'rlils lo protect all foods, THE PARENTAL VETO: WHEN
QUICK emit conge'ntuil defects as menlioiul : general;' state: I el health you freeze Property packed (foods AND:; HOW Parents must be never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation always -
above, Fur (tint reason, (II t tis Ins ort'liliatiuui,t mid, In..i perainuatny !)= will( not dry out and iiir will not aw me of the programs their children ,

CONVENIENT recommended;:; ; : that::: every \\r: 1':ruptions. are rcfli of'ru the tl I in liiimls hl n h.'III"' enter. the pickaKe. causing oxidation arc watchintf( It Iin'tl'1 1' say just what his employer wanted him to
mom In the first t four months I II cause prolonged, ( ,imy Write date; I.lndlnd type of to use TV as a bnhv->"!tcr, unless say.
Miicnn incipatililion -
I pregnancy who has been exposed social problems product, weight or number of you keep one eye on'the screen or
and SO EASY lo a cane of German muishs, Im and I economic crises. servings and pic'res on package one ear tuned lo It. Most pre. '' Impossible !
I mrvhalrly, set a phyxklm for ode The kin ef Hit hails, differs( freeze Ihe meat quickly at zero Mhoolers can easily be diverted Even Aladdin's genie couldn't produce
': I mlnlhl nil ion art Immune. tjobulin allUlell hal fr.fllihe skin eif/ oilier decrees I'arc illicit or lower, In olhrr activities when the nur. I
ON YOURPOCKETBOOK I which Is the only piophylucliclicnlini overall parts of Ihe body There is an -tf terry program goes' off and something that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman
I 'nt known 'ral'lp"tnIf .tusiip.. r<- The nutrients most commonly iiiistiiLitile comps on School

I II Is felt by many physicians pre-ially laud I which on I the account:bark: f fr:of: imlaxoraole the I lucking In teen-ni.e diets are calcium ,age boss and girls are likely to be: I comes only in air castles and newspapers.
and public health eilfieers Hut all reactions t,> extremes anil vitamin C, report' the less a me'nable, though, and may |
small chlldien should be exposedto in temperature. The blood. ve... U S. lIl'parlml'n'' of, Agriculture resent your abrupt shut-down of a ,
German measles To quote seta sod I ascot apparatus ef the One of Ihe reasons for .the calcium program they arc enjoying, But If Read back. There
@ from the Control of CommunicableDIBt'a81" bands are wider tile control I ef deficiency 1 Is not drinking enough you use this veto rarely and only I I' is nothing there thai .ti4ws'paper
In Man as recommended the nrrioiu, tyitcm fins results milk Too few vegetable and for good reason, the child resent j
by the American Public Health txf' ioniilly, claiiimitios in me.lunlary! or' 11.nich pr.pirniK fruits result in a deficiency of mi nt will be tempered by his advertising can't do for a retail store. It is stm) super

Under the G,AC.plan everything Assentation; 'No! attempt should (lug of( Hit hand. ,\n lirliii| ,,f vitamin C trust in your judgment and concern I salesman !
Is handled on a simplified basis, be made to protect tamale children highly, iltvtlipcd tiuth MIISItuny Now more oftenOnly SO .per. lie may corn feel relieved the dream salesman, the perfect -solesman.
With the payment schedule set In good heilth against exposure ailed ly W nuisile. op- cent of the green portion or. (that you are standing by to pro
up to give' you every possible advantage to (the disease before pub. able of ..,a the wile hull range,'. efmovement. blade of grass should be removed :feet him from his: own weaknesses: I All that is needed to put him to work is call a
'III''S each time representative
j crljr Deliberate exposure1 has (been inl'" contact\ Ith substnces you mow If the program Is one toward
recommended by some authorities (. which no oilier skin tetetioni lo The gieen blades or grass man. which he feels both attuned and of this newspaper at 2613686.
LOANS UP TO JBOO ( ." are exposed. ufaeturc foal for tile I plint If !III) muomfoiable( he may be secretly 'I''I '
Skin cluunlcr cf the hands-,l leir per tint 'of the blade is removed, ilIad to hove you make; this decision
-- G.A.C.FINANCE( I About 48000000 Americans now' elernutiwri, us tin y are ailed. I root growth stops for several day for him. 'Aft
alive will eventually' develop cancer l hy physicians come miner or even weeks I knowing your child his person '' Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading., Area
If present rates continue The three t'I!,.*"??lutist, : rrupiuin.eif \ An rosy rule for homeowners nlltv, his sensitivities, his special ,
() American Cancer Society internal mill ill. those ef f extirnal to remember Is: Maw whenever nerds and Interests will help you Hi"
says origin, and .
those of( 'n
ConroKATION 'that half of them could be saved ruts,. Th'oe| | Ireiiildmcin nn.Knowii \ the grass doubles In height!: Set deride how much protection he
308 Atlantic Avenuer.rnandlna through/ curly diagnosis and In'al.1 shin (ruin a reataruty your mower at >is to 1 Inch for ni-e'els. Children love excitement. FERNANDINA BEACH NEWSLEADERPHONE
'ill. of sources. creeping ijrisscs -- UI Centipede. but how'
Beich, me Saving! the other half much Is too much? The
TtltphiiH 261.3681 Florida pends on future rencaieh A. lihysieiait U Ihr pertem best St Augustine. Ilerniucla and. Zoy.alas British study points out that 'Chil
kite girl"trricEt IN f McusoiTvTuI the Society nationwide d"'j iiiilihed| t.) list' skin eUorler, tree enjoy being a little. tightened
program! by giving to the and aUvue on proper are of the *:: i5r Thaw like suspense for the sake 261.3686 or 261.3687I
('ru8ndl', b of your menu with herb sea / narrow margin between: pleas. .


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' I Ne\\ .Lcnder, Fernnndina Beach, Florida Thursday, April 23, 19C4 Page Seven

1 Curtain Rises On '64 Little, Senior League Play Redbirds Win Two Unbeaten Pirates -

As Senior
i League
! Close Play Seen

ti At Little League 1 Play BeginsBY (IKT .OltDON Seek Ninth Win

The Koiest mil Itidblrdi' aii
Opener MondayBY off tu. a good beginning|/ in Die Ren-

I lor LeaRiie bant'bull play in they n\\ ( I lit r 1.\lrlJo'! one in ii' fifth on a ulniile by
I II flRT CORDON have dclraud the Kurd Pillion. Gi'olge i'yu., n- imili'liulul. ]i', fin' in triple by Beryl I III\'e. und
Clone ball games marked the 10-1 In I lilt' oixMilnil' game of the rite lu-.ibill him I ill \I tell, ]i. i iCcve u a tour b\ Billy Miller,
opening of Ihe Little League base season then won' over the Pirates .Sjiiliikv" :'I. HI """ld.l, .11'' h'rll'I1I11II1I orated the
ball Reason ai the Chem-Ce11 Cub Wednesday eight I ,. 5-1, In oilier\ I 10 mi snurdiv 'r,HHun/ cr\ '"\:
edged Ihe Methodist Braves, 5.4, Stnlor! League ; i in in S.nurday'a name In the!
w mllon the Stags Cumilin tin ullly] alleiiloiit), I II J I HIM inninti as Ned Tjnm wis stile./
on Monday afternoon and one I Ho. Ilse Pintles, :
Kim over I 7.3 for a p1'11'11 SIUHHII in light win ,
n an error nlolc second,, und
,v lury Jell lipped post (the Klwini 4-' In the al'asoll'a opciur Monday" and no lihsetHie siond, ,
I on a single by Sieve Ilnk-
k Senator on Tuesday afternoon niuhl JiukMiiullle
Mayor IMvilon
ort .':. ; in At 1 oitnu] for the Plri'i' ell(,
3.2. Burns Insscd out the tint bull to
will In- luentliv 'hen They pljI'.iliilk.i : ,\
\ llimnie
the hill
The Cub smacked out 8 base ""'" I gel the I season iimlcrwuv; and I the Snpp was on for
; lute In Tuumanunl
vd. a dump Ih,' Pirato and allivud Giceu
hits tu rack Ihe first \litory or the .: "" Rcdhlid\& pidifciltd" I lit hnll:: the ,
'; Kill, 'mis a 10.1 I uliellacUng, Kickv''I Raim I tote only j lulu] while striking out
scams a*> Larry Gilllnd John
.. z" ....::_ __ .k ,
llollls collected two hits IIpiI'ellwllh O'her'! blasted a home run for the I,I ( Thrill lnMeil' Ihe/ win our the 10 lie dal not walk a batter

:Mike Ashe, Ronnie \kDun.: SHOWING: SOVK' ; OP HIS 01.1)) FORM() U J.ukMinulleMajor Kulblidn while Sieve lloillle and.Brry'I .: Plrilei laM'' I ruliiv l and did'] mil III'ck"1l'IIIIt''I'd/ two hits Ifl
allow (" 1'1'11 (ove nnlil I/hitilth '
I Rue lid the tram wllll a inn Iran 11'naiiillnu In hitting/ \while
aid Max Herd and Jimmy Peacock I 21
; ll.ndon Iturns IIH he tossri" out the first' hall to '
THE LITTLE LEAGUE season officially began on Mon gelling hits for Ihe winners, hits apleie Jim ('iii' bill, Winlon Inning Hithen .illowul lout Woiiil und Sii|1'11| hit for the Plrdlcn
open the Senior I e.mue season Monday night lit Pity Hall mon In Ihe SIM'nth as the Pilaus
Al Talblrd and Dennis Llllle Hulls Burn Hue and Mason M I. nlllY allirnoon Ihe Pirates
day afternoon at Joe Velardi I Field with Major E. J. I'ark. ditcher 1'4asCln' : lean I of the Jo'nn't" l Hill Kedlurrf B.MII collated hits for I the win. won file uime, 13, ,
collected two hits etch to lead the out 12 hits III winning .ver
Johnson, Jr. tossing out the first ball to Catcher Clinton Orates, with Steve Stublts. Tom. I *. In biukurouml. left In right (I'mnirelior", Alnrez. sirs, Mason Dean hud I hut ms tilts, tern.imlm.i, witted 6 In the fi'lInnlim iiiniilin, II\.4, Thrift did the pliihIng -

Brown of the Methodist Men'n Club Braves! Behind the my Skipper, and Brute Gregory I > Little Leweite president", I'ele Sihinlmi, Senior also. on h..K liv Steve I It eku"' fur the Piitili and allowed!

plate is veteran umpire-in-chief "Yhor" Alvarez and lookin sharing In the Brave hitting Tal. I league/ vice president Buddy Burgess, I'mpire Paul I).ixId JiluiNiin. led the! KnUini, Chip Until litnniy (link, mil nine hits, walking only 3.
bird and Little hit doubles Ewing: ('mnirene(; I'owell and LeuKiie (President! )Dr. with 2 nil* withonlov! Pnole, hiihlNi] jiiililiKium/ The tidal i Ivnoii, liickillixxl, and Mikv 'r
; on is League President Ir.W. I). Itodeffer.REPOSSESSED. Tuesday afternoon the Jels I W. I). Rodeffer. Price Ponle; and( Mike I] MiDon dil Plkula cnllfited two hits alII'CCI|

---- scored 3 runs In the filth Inning -- -- MI'IIIIII11111/ fur the lose-rs, i In had the Pirate In hilling while.
tu win over the Senators 3-2 1 he Tuesilnv alleinoon the Stalin/ edtf.nl Classic Ontlliluiim I li'nny Alvarez,
I Senators scored 2 runs In the first J I the Pilule, 7.3, as Itulierl 1'101'111.' and 1 Miller hit sufily for
but could not hold up as the Jtls Thinntnn baiwul out 3 base hits I'iiiiiinilin.iMij'Hii< .

battled back to win, I Slants while I Link Hullo. Mike Conner Bowling League ll.iliom'' hit a homiiiin
Eddie Justice led( the Jet altnek Sports : mid ]Hairy :Minn eolleeltd 2 hits 'I '
till'l'fllldlllll lead
to Ihe all.nk
nt mIIJoIJ.lS: :: on
'with 3 hits, whjh Billy] Burbank al'h'I'I I
came through wl h 2 hits, Sieve I the Pilule.
Vim "t'Ullr8vl's Mini Roet'r Molleis
Unk of Ml!
1957 CADILLACNEW Fiisley and Duff Cover shared In BY CURT GORDON I .lid I the Plinlej with 2 hits Tidal,
the Jcl hilling, *ewnsr
each while Fled Adimw, Julin
Tei-in Sliimlinu! ] W I. Pins
Paul Schrantz and Wlndlc lligglnbolham The Little league I / and Senior Thi Iiiuil" ItiMinur gulf: Irate; Welsner llnbiit StouT mid ('hul'. .Itnils:\ Sinil.ilr, :10 31 37lld1 t.4
RECAPS 1964 TAG Rot the two hits for Ihe league opened their reupcilivebraxoiH wl1plIY\ tin1 .li'sui' Division lei llollnn till siiltlv fur Ihe loners. II &. II Ft: trprlots' |> 47 34 31.110llmhlin
Senators off the Killing of Gary
]last Monday( ;, afternoon aid( h totim In Ihi'lr annu.il: gulf mntihon Wednesiliiv night/ the lledblids' IIIIIIH 4):) ,1H 3.Mi1Uislein ;
Lovcqulst. I nliiht The Cuba ecUril t the llrnve tiny 111, rnnumlliM Kavonlir handed< the Pilule their seenml Auto 32 4'l 34)7:

: Braves BOX SCORES- 010 120: 4 71 In the /first xuinc of the HI.ISOII, for hiss c'iptuud the liophv lor throe I Ins of Ihi' "'OSllll, 5.U.'ryl\ !tire llli.li IP. .mi' 3.dames,

$365FLORIDA Cubs 202 '01 x :S I 8 the Little Leuiiiie and till Hidblids ilrnliihl' :yeast and will be IrylnK It'd Ihe Iledlmds' with 2 hits with ,I I II & II hull'iiiIMS| llhlUextent ; ,
ion over the Kuleons In (the 'I to hold It again: this year, Ricky Oliver Sieve UiUlltMnetting Auln IJIh: :
Talbird and VBrown Hord and I : :
; ro"I': ;
Douglas. 'I Senior League!: "ft -v I I tilts I wlnmrs, ll.idilin< linen IJoa l

,I Senatoii 200 000 2 2 An added atlrnillon t the Senior The FeMiiiPdliu: Plrnlcs went Fred Adams, Roger Wolter. and, / 3-ttmnosetll
NATION L BANK ,, Jets 000 030 3 71 I League opening was thai M.i.v- h,i'ibull nclud- etc uit Plkulu rolletted. the Plr. : (' Jlryttltad I 5.11
lligglnbotham!: and Feirclia, or Hn.vdon Burns ulm wni nink. : tile It'rlgkhi' ( at tiny inplinrilflKht ( hits, Billy 511 ,-
AT FERNANDINABEACHPLEASE / : Lovctiulht and Cover. Ing a cflmpuii.n! npieili fur Cmvei. bill 1201111's. The PI- LINK: SOKES! : Johnnie \Villltinvuin DOj:
.. nor, tossed out the first ball to I riles eolHik'il ncr ten hits In Rprtblidi 311 200: 10 9 high Train haute

open the Senior Lcnitno season, If every game ixcipl the flnnl uilh 'IIII'olla 000) 100 0 ID 111 & 11 l.nlirpihu: 314Iliidilin
CityBowling he makes the grade to bet'nine Green fine Spilnui, gnu had Rood Iberia, Orryl! Rite and !Mason j Lams 4'il! a 'y yr rMrr
---- Governor, the boys will hive 'I! pushing from Jue Thrill and Ronnie I Broil, Burgess, Godwin and I U, Western Auto 4b7Illlili l; w.ai .

something to look bock on ulth Sap! Marry JilniHon, reminded Johnson, (bid. Came fl h
League pride II us that Ih(' rnllic sfiunl| Is Pirates010: 020 0 5 8 Illllv ,Jmte IHIJohnnie \ :
-tr made up ol him ulaitliiR their Sialis 202 HI] X 7 0 illl.inison liI'l'!)'
I BY HENRY ELLIS I II Ii I baseball e/l"I't.rs'/ In the Llllle League 1 Welnner and Plkulu; Allen /anti Maurice Urniamc 1UJ
Last Thursday niuht the Fernandlna I
i I Week or 4-15 I lure.
,, % 1 1 Pirates wire hunorid at the program Cimnir.Redblrds, I High Siralih 110\\hers
Tola! annual Foutbull-B.ifcketb biiiiiul| I ft <- 023 000) 0 54 ("'eel( llulw riiBill -&!O
HARRY POOLECOUNTY Team Standings W L PinsTilmani the Plialrs meet Palnlka Pirate 100 ail) 0 1 3 I'1514' :
at the hlKh school ealelerla A Tuesday ) Jnyie
.t :Morris & Cabinets Payne 80 40 8.XXI3 I group of mothers of the players I here In the fust name of the I Haiill, Rowe and, Mason Bean; i Johnnie Willlmmoii 1'uii( -:5113;() 4Mt
and Plkula
Body Shop 74'i' W' 83728 !!' spearheaded a drive In hold the Group Uiisibill luinnnment The Seagrave lliili( Atirngp 1111\\h'n
799121 banquet, lelteis to bull piayersland I \\ IIlIlI'r1'111 thin |plw In I'ulalka ('''I'll llulw' l 7Johnnie
lladdcn Lanes 60 60 ehcerlcaders were given lIul'' nilalnst iilur Clans A teams Coailiii'orxo Mine mill Ihllll011I1'11' died nfranter XVIlllaniHim t IT't\' I
Beach Bar 59', 60"' 77163Becker' \ I lust Tills hits Bern
COMMISSIONERDISTRICT along with speilal honors, such as : ( Tj'Miii Is Ir.Mtrj] to airaimo I year -
Drugs 47'i' Tl'i' 793fa | Chip Wood winning the MORI'al.. : Ihi' gamelor Tuesday nitilit so 1 true time 1fl49, aiiordlng! III t the

High Tram, S-Ganics : uable Plaver Aw aid and Ned Ty. local louts can me the leum In American Cancer Society, The ra-
1 Morris & Payne 27% son winning a Cuplaln Trophy, :liun I lie-I I tin this year I I. expelled to I bealiiinl MORE SPORTS THIS 8''"j{ POUND BI'..UK B\ Srnughl
| Haddcn Lanes 2774 55 men to 43 union' 1\1'1 ,N's by Raymond lj| d.|
"Now A fine gesture on Ihe part IIC< the : ',
jSeryinc An Honorable Fair Becker Drugs! 27131 ; A I your doc lor /annually fur a health \ duck luid week as he was lli.h.IniT I
the of
player van presentation atrophy ON PAGE TEN
and Respectable First Term" High Ind. 3-Gamet |I to Dr, Brad White for his I,'J i Sollbiill; I ; Interest I IH (setting:\ un checkup to help reduce the tamer In Kcggjr" Owk' with a rod!
i Johnnie Williamson 6641 I early start this I year us Cail: I death rate sad reel' ,
Curtis Llghtsey 6091 I Interest In the boys throughout the ', manager of the Islnmlirs< -- -- -
Modestly, I ask you to consider again : Joseph Rhodes bOJ I football season, Doc was on every I'd me lh.it he wanted' to Illcorm.j

A good businessman helping run jour county's High: Team Game trip as well as being al home lor other teams In (hi' league knilli'I)
business. all games. that his learn Is Ihe to bed
Morris & Payne 97JHaddcn one
Available every day only a block from the courthouse. Lanes 961Becker' 1 j *r -trlIal'vey again this year. Junes says the FERNANDINA BEACH {

Have informed the people as well as performed my Phar. U57 I "Tiny" Lofton, foimir' olhrr tennis have 1111'11'1II'k' emit
duties. High, Ind Game | Fernandina athletic star has accepted out fur them If they should meet at.

College graduate manager Hardee Bros. Co. 14 Johnnie Williamson 259 a position as aKslslall1 foot-1 I, the Islundirs. Me expect a rebut.I: IIJEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN'
Curtis Llghtsey 241 ball couch with Larry Wesley atI lal next week
>ears. Archie Smith 216 Orange Park, Tiny will also coach I p -rVItliky I
Past President! : Chamber Commerce, Lions, Merchants High Scratch Bowlers basketball or baseball for VU-tiley Oliver of the Sinlor LeaKiie ,

Association. Johnnie Williamson 243-616 ( Another Fcrnandlna athlete: 101 lledblrds, lilt the llrit home Men
JJlrrrtory Furnished 111 TheMeI'rchnn: s and }'uflinellll' -
Received the Jaycee Good Government Award last May. Cecil Hodge l'W-542 I make good The only (trouble la'' run of the unison In the oH| 'nlni(I

Age 16 resident 25 years family man, I 5 children. John Beckett. 183-501 that his teams will be trying' to i acme Monday night: lucky really
High Average Bowlers beat Fcrnandina In the fiiluii. bluKlid, the bull and easily circledtime' \ Suburban
Let's keep, (and get more 00), this kind of man Roger Hadden 1861 i Lofton was a former roommate ofl I II buses, I George's
in !Please reelect 181 Dick Iluwser Kansas city und ;i .'- our government Cecil Hodge I T I IDE S '
Johnnie Williamson 179 now Cleveland shortstop, when the The annual flurlda f'lshllllIII.r./ Machine Shop Propane Gas CoeSEICYING
172 two were at FSU.Bowlerettes. I bv, upoiiHiired/ bv SchllU Brewintf
HARRY POOLE Klebcr Skidmore 172 Co., worth over live hundred Iliou-I I ALL
sand dnlliri, will bruin again/ thin at JETTIES YOUR NEEDS 'N
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: >cnr on :May 1, ()\ir ten thuimuiiil I Machine Work Lt' GAil AND ,.
WIN WITH ash I have bun relented In iliflir- Add 30 Minutes Per GAS APPLIANCES
.: COMMISSIONER ;: ; i Welding
nit /areas will the I piUc fish bestIng razingMar' South 7th St.,
"' JOHN E. (Jack) BY ANGIE: nEW worth ten thousand dollurs. III In. Repairs Fernandins lIarbor 7
Trying Hard To Give You Good Week of 4.14 makes me want to take up fishing I I J'hone 261.::1661HIGH .
MATHEWSIlest Tnlul j -- Special Service To LOW

Government Team Standing W L 1'tnsI I I Shrimp Trawlers T H KIN I G
For GovernorPaid 50 37 7UI7 .
Paid Political AdverU.emenl Qualified! Reddy Kilowult II'H Time To Think of All Work GuaranteedFriday, April 21 a
Pnl Adv Bar 47 t'l 711')2)
Authorised by Campulin' Treasurer I Madden I Junes Pt
-- ---- Land & Williams 34 50 10JJ5! I DRY CLEANING Monday Thru Saturday 7j8 I p.m. 12:5G: p,03' Roll Processing

High Team, Games Pho. D.7 2..711. Developing tit Printing
Beach Bar 27071Hadden ,I SPECIAL Night 2'1-1331 yllurday; I I April ::I Kodak Film

4 Good Reasons Why Lanes 25211 :' $1 For 8 Ibs. 721: ; 11.01. I 1:23: : 11.111. Photo Supplies
Land & Williams 2519 7 jj.j 1t5:J: .
i : p nl. : )> \fovle.Colred": Regular
:Month of April Only
HlKh, Ind. Games B E W I S E ,
DON "Beano" ROBERTS VI Surlano 603 ASKINS a tiunday, April :ll' Portraits by Appointment 01117

|I. oIt..lIv l |I"f..r.a f..t I" Hi* fiilur of Nassau County i Judy Lynn pulley Sin (field 501 570 LAUNDROMAT IIPorcelainize" 8ll2:: : lI.m. 2111';: ; urn StudiOl At 504 Ash St.

Ilillh, Team Game South Klh Street IL.J: : pDl 2:1:1,111: ) Phone 261.4586

Land & Williams ail
.' I lljildcn I.uni-s 00;; LONGER THAN ga.m:::: U: : :; am Rowland's

r High, Ind. Gjine ORDINARY WAX JoB !IOI: pnl 2:19: : 11,111. UPHOLSTERY
VI Suriano 2JJ
Lynn Snilfleld 217 V DC I AND t HI WMIIAMS LASSERRE MOTOR 'cuieu.dly! ; April :214: D0 You NEED:
Na.W e0ehnlsne tie tiLt'Ala
Eleanor Mint 2141K4 CO. 9014: tam :J 121: 1 lI.rn, Al'NVIILME
high Scratch Bowlers I
!/::; { p.m. 3:2: :) p.m'
aCIT1 OGwuti3
VI Surlano ,4116 S. 8lh St, Ph.( 261.3818" row assts coves

Eleanor Hint I'NI462Judy WclncMlayIII'il :29:!) evAtTnusI:1'2
llolloyHlKh 170.-M,2Kowlers
Average : J ILm ,I ::0am:\ 1.'mI': : 1'STI\Ans; ;\( :

Eleanor HintRuth I4'lI4'l! Going Fishing?. 1pUG: ; p.rn ,LIIO I : h p./II. We Pick l'p and Deliver
Ullliamson !' 1
Carclyn Rowland 113 ThurHday, April :JO
Vlllit l1s, For Porter 6' Lovequist
r The Outstanding Young Complete Line Of 11I:17: torn 41: 1'1 lI.m. General Contractors

Man of 1963: of Classifieds Pay Off Fishing Tackle 1fJ.J1: p.m. 4:16::: p.m !WECIALTIES _
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Rods Reel. WINlh1WDRKIN/I) << f
Fernandina Beach Friday \llv:\ 1 "
I Outdoor Camping I'r. \TIC! MI'Uf'Art'1nEquipment
1456:: ; lI.m. 52.: :, um ('t'STON Hell.T C.\BIS"t.T!

The ONLY CANDIDATE who: has offered you an aggressive DOZIER&GAYPAINTS 11:21: 1'/11. ;j1i; p.m KITI'HEN'AND RESIODELING" R.tTll

Program which, if enacted, would be more convenient to the r FIR I EST 0 N E 1'Id. C"arte" Complete Showroom
IM For Color Coordination
voter and less burden on the County Budget "Hold" ytv I.mil.Mil/ tturlingemaif I REACH SUPPLY Coo" a Goud.llc survey
111 AUntie
FOR EVERY NEED 'plush. dned.. Au 281U82 Phone 261-30G8

The ONLY CANDIDATE to be PUBLICLY recognized for --o'--

outstanding community service. 'Best For The South'

u TIlF P'lI 1 ( F FUN IN THE SUN = J

Elect Don UBe no" Roberts Shiell's Grocery IIONtA'S. 1 ,' () f t\B\) '\; _' AT FERNANDINA BEACH

Your. ACTIVE I Supervisor of Registration r "' '''' I 't.
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I C'3.SK: News-Lender, Fcrnanc'Ina!' Beach Florida Thursday\ April 23, 1964!)

,-- Governor of Georgia Come To Florida \

ImagInation Paper Mache', and Magic Combine In The I To Enjoy Good Hunting; I :

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t 1964 Debut of The Puppet Arts Theatre At Rec Center JITI/ -mrXVHZ". !ttl.i i ; 1 1HUNTING ,

\ ,TC / IT'S ft I
I *
II may lake a little minlc! but

Saturday morning at 10:00: irca-
liana of rolled
toper wraps of dulli and paper I II II s k n |
mftchc will come lo file and three
\\41oki of pivpuraiIon will result I I (

In the prnduillun III l three play. by n

the Puppet Aria Theatre : l IIII :

The plays, wrlllen by the chil. rwI
drcn 'fhl'IIN'Vl'iII] be peifmm- I ,

ed in the ]Puppet Tlieitre on the rrLe ,
Hecnatlon! Center 1IIIIIe Admin. I

tlon will be o book or a small tin-" T R >
nation I own ul a children's table Rai J w v ulihy'

for the city lihmry. The HMM
made refurbishing the children'

section of the library I heir pro. *" b
tech I de yi & w .

The first of the throe pliivn, TilE "BEATLES," HOME.fiRO\VN VARIETY, that In,

"Hey )Diddle] Diddle," or "Why were part of the J.ionMlinMtrel: fun for the kids, and

Did the Cow Jump," based on the perhaps a little too realistic! for Home adults. There was

similar fairy story, and the IeI'. one difference between the "healles" and The Beatles, Loo ? *

end play, based on the tile of theBremen bI I these, left to right Dickie Fox. Steve Beckett Ted Sie 1I
Musician, will be matted
ger, and John "Pulettl, could actually sing.
by the first class with hand READY) FOR SATURDAY, i Is the first class of the Puppet +,

puppet I Arti Theatre Saturday will mark the goal of weeksof I I f

There will then be on Inlermls- I rehearsal, the production of original plays with handmade lur'j

lion, during which Judy Halm and puppets and marinets. Shown left to right; are, I

Julannc Owens' will perform a front, Sam Millsaps Ted .Flenniken Raymond Bryan ar : !\

marincl-llke dance companied I Standing are left to right, Toni Kobas. Rickle Bryan, L, For The HomemakerBy d" k 3r 1 :

by hire Guy Dudley on piano I i John Stouffer, Vickie Bryan, Peggy Galphln, Maria De-

The grand (mole will IKa my. I onus and Penelope Britton.

lery writlin by the second class, _. -
"The Night! of the Storm" It will

be performed with mtrlnil made I(I Local Seafood Firm Mrs. Mary N. Harrison Willis lon, Florida Pictured above center) Is Carl E. Sanders

by I the titian niemlH-rs. .. Home Demonstration Governor or( Georgia: showing oft his bog of wild turkeys at
I I (Jl .IIETI E'c Agent Dixie Lily Ranch! near here. Shown with the
As nheursal Iro rl'>>hl'd. each (Continued from POKC One) !: governor are
thild el'lIIl'oS"cI' l his own dialnvur,, I : Webb, left and Cecil M. Webb, operators of the giant: Dixie
which should make I the elfort s|>"ntancoiis 1 The Injunction, In grand news to 1/ r.Br _uuuu. Milling Company and, the Dixie Lily Hunting! Preserve ." '
:1 I, eriih fishermen In thin area SinceYuung'e Ferris Bryant wired Sanders that "his tholte of a Florida]
enlerliiiiiinK probably
Warm weather is further evidence of your normal standard tit excellence."
even extemporaneous ill times.Mrs. I l la the chief outlet for IIU.NNI'I\ brings thoughts sonlngiTIf I : |
their catches.Young's of picnics, colorful food and fun the .
.J. U. Brlllon tliretls the : SD guiding rule for seasoning .._
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of congressional Have you ever given much thought Is -- -
t has a payroll! of from Members a that the flavor should be
group. $150000' to $175,000 a year to pro. ibcommlltoe dilly dallying on the to (ho Importance of color In delec-Lible.. not rieleetnblc. urable suspense and Intolerable I I quite unprepared for his
The public Is IIrUI'(1 l 'III u"h'nll' fir( ceasing pliint employees and to war against poverty met the other all phases of life, Including foods? For variety try' using chives fear. The children themselves) to some seemingly "good"
and for the '
their own pleasure the crab fishermen, with around day to hear a witness. For example on her tenth blith- wM ground beef dishes and beef I make a clear distinction between I gram.

\benefit of Ihe tlnldrcii'i section of i 60 people involved In the, opera. They wore Goodwill Industries day, a young lady announced she pot l roasts basil with pork exciting! and frightening programs Children have a of Ilk |
the library._ I lion. rejected nulls so as not to embar. wanted a blue angel food cake, It dishes sage! In stuffing for j ," way

In addition R. II. Young oper. ass the star witness, Robert F.I was her birthday so she got It. round steaks or beef birds. A hint i Watching your child's programs "trash"programs which adults" I

WIN WITH ales the Amelia Island] Seafood, Kennedy, a leading authority on I But when the cake was served at of dill Is !good for braising pork with|( him at limes, and inviting Gcod taste or dismiss as !

which purchase. approximately poverty, I the party, few people ate It. |I chops thyme and rosemary I I j him sometimes to watch develops slowly
,JOHN E. (Jack) $500,000: worth of shrimp each year The senator got to their feet The reason: A blue cake Isn't go well with beef and pork favorite., will give you your clues own to a Insist process that of the sampling. We
from fishermen of this area and looked at each other when aloud very appetizing | rosemary li also good with lamb what he enjoys and children like
why, and
we like, but
I we can set II
MATHEWS ripping was heard at Bobby's Food not only has to taste good. i, and savory Is right for either what distresses him. Sometimes achild I I of taste by our own '

entry. It has to look !good. Blues, blacks, lamb or veal. who lakes all 1 'I the bang-bang I We can respect their '

Best- Qualified For Governor German MeaslesIn "J wouldn't worry, gentlemen," and purples are usually not too programs in his stride may be choices and at the same time
P.ld Po\\ Adv commented Mr. Kennedy. "A split tempting food colors. How do food
Authorlud by Campaign Trea.urerDEDICATED For trample, you spend your terribly upset by a quiet drama them learn how to turn the d
Epidemic Stage In a committee of Congress Is orange juice served In a blue glass dollar Would l you like to learn in which an animal Is threatenedor I :In order to discover other t i
., -- - quite common" has much less appeal than In I MOmelay to be a more intelligent i a child made uncomfortable by grams. Checking off good
Mr. Kennedy was wearing old] clear glass. Black Is associated food shopper If yours. Is a typl- ridicule. You never know unless I grams to watch for on the !
Says Dr. Woolsey overalls and jumper a bit too I with burnt flavors eel family, one half of your food you watch him, and you may be' schedule Is often rewarding

argo. Unusual colors arouse suspicion money goes for meat, milk, and I

Dr. B. F, Woolscy! director of The chairman ask would the I Green bread suggest mold, red I eggs, bunt one fifth Is spent for
Nassau County Health Department witness Just for the record chicken loaf Is alarming, So 1111| vegetables( and fruit. The rest Is i .r"

reports' that the entire coun. late briefly' his qualifications I easy on artificial food coloring nearly equally divided among !

I try seems to be experiencing' a "Gentlemen," said Mr. K., "I And when you do use it. keep gram products, fats, oils, sugars, !
wide-spread epidemic of German am of a large family and I have I within a reasonable color range I and sweets, and such Items as Need
measles. As of April 3, 1064 there known poverty a* no man since Also avoid serving foods ofclashing vinegar, coffee, tea, etc. I Good Salesman?

I have been (,Ile cases of German the late J. P. Morgan. colors. Purple-red beets, I Aside from satisfaction, which
i I| measles reported' In Florida compared "My older brother was forcedto red cabbage, pink-red radishes.and Is Important, tho main point in
with 476 caves reported for accept a job In the senate. He' orange-red tomatoes and pl-| too is the nutrient yield I

I the same date'' last year. wanted a little better position, and mcntos are not attractive togcth-'i MEATS. It pays to buy meats
I j a'mild luckly we were able to get It for er. 1, carefully' since It such a large Good salesmen are hard
Rubella' Is febrile Infer' : : dlS i so to come by that many a
him Neither are mono-colored foods part of your f dollar. Pricedone
lion with
a rash that varies
very "What people don't know Is that A menu of mashed potatoes, li not a dependable buying retailer has wished that he had
In character\ from that 01 old Aladdin's
my entire family had to rake and reamed' onions, fried liver, eelgu I Compare the servings per lamp to
scarlet fever or rubeola. But,
I there are very few symptoms and scrape almost an entire day to, cry, while bread, and rice pud-1 I I pound with the price. For ex. I rub when he needed
raise enough to buy that Job ding lacks character. It needs ample, 1 ]Ib. boneless meat mikes more help to sell merchandise.It .
consequently, patients seldom report
"You probably read about my perking up with buttered peas about 4 servings: 1 lb.
to physicians for treatment, bone.ln'l
sister and her husband last week substituted for the onions, pickled I meat makes 2 servings :
.*lJ Kyne' record ft one of As a that consequence there are, It la considerable fairly certain being unable lo move Into a low beets Instead of celery', and some spare ribs may cost less per pound would also be nice if the lamp produced salesman
dedicated1,tireless urvtco rent housing project In New York" rown-crusted rolls In place of than pork loin roast, but remember a *

.. to the community than more have cases been of reported.German measles: As Kennedy talked on heads be. ho white bread A spoonful of redjelly the edible portion per pound who worked almost hours
pen to bow and then the SOBS of will enliven the rice pudding. Is certainly different.Price a day, who could make
Epidemics of German measles
ORLANDO SENTINEL the committee got too luud and You can also bring color to a and Value have little con.nectlon. all the
usually come In childhood, but I IIs itI calls who could
we I much lest Infectious than many guards camo and led members meal with /gay dishes, flowers, You may get flavored 1 necessary, see every customer,

of the other childhood diseases, away. and table linen. Just see that the meat at a bargain. Many low cost
As a consequence, we are begin Democrats and GOP leaders colors are compatible. meats have high food value The I every

nlng to see more and more adult called It a crying shame but *r '* lean parts of beef, veal, lamb,
with German measles Dr. Wool. ,the Republicans ]left the last let. Freeze Steak Now For Use and pork are much alike In foodvalue

tcr off sham Later Why not lake advantage I except that port Is super It would take
goy said that Gcrman measles] a magic lamp to find a man who didn't
confer a llfe.long Immunity and of the (flavorublc\ retail prices on for In Thlamlnc.While .
beef now by freezing some for \beef seems to be the most I make
II mistakes
susceptibility general who
among always told the
this summer's cookout, correct story
most children and adults ho have I popular meat, don't neglect the I ,
,1 Steak prices are traditionally other varieties Poultry, veal, '
not had It. LrliIJ who found
aid, HOICH||| | Advertisement, Huld Efforts to control Rubella are higher in the summer, food spelullsls lamb pork or fish may offer bet interested customers on short notice, and

for lIy| Kvnn CnmpHlin,<< Kund, prompted by the hazard of significant I ..... with the Florida Agrlcul- tcr buyi. They make Interesting
annm. I Chairman M\i
Spencer merchandise.
Extension Service, out. in
ural point
;:' I congenital defects In the meals and are comparable
TOPICS Freezing docs nut Improve quality I
fund value
IN EVERY the offspring disease of during women the who first conlruc) ton ;;J' I,\ I so when choosing steaks for Before deciding on the cut of

month. of pregnancy Common reefing, select only high quality meat to buy, consider the amount' I If the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman

WAY THE 'congenital heart disease, and dcumutism. A !Scrvic. of Your Honor. nl l Mr'liruiv. ; meat of bone and fat you will be getIng.
The of Your Lord Mecliral. Sonny end tin If you follow these suggestions( Use the ment trimmings, who could
extent this Is
definitely known; but, approxl. I 'tlorlcU Medical Auoiulion. when packaging meat for freeing bone and some of the fat for soup go right into the home, right into the living

MONEYSERVICE you can store It for as long asa of gravy.' It Is often better to buy
mutely loof living Infants born SKIN OF THE HANDS: and talk
room to the housewife
after maternal Rubella during the FREQUENT TROUBLE to 12 months at zero degrees a large cut and use It several and tell the story of

first i trimester of have' I arenhclt. ways or freeze part of It.
pregnancy SPOT
anomalies.: For that reason It Is avery I Package your steaks In qua nil.) Pork and lamb liver are cheap. I his merchandise.And .

serious disease for women' I Skin disorders of the hand lei to be cooked at one time. If er than calf liver, and usually

during the first four months 01'pl'l'lInlilley coniproe one of the largest you wrap two' stcuks together, use more expensive than beef liver, :
groups of kin iriiiililr seen hy l a i double IhUkness of freezer pa. The food value is about the same, that salesman
YOU'RE SURE I bad I hazard. While for the there Is no her.Ill' |>liy'u'un, ,. t Krii: |>ti">n" a I o n eonqrjse per between them to make separation and all can be prepared to be would work at a low wage. That
womiin ( | at lr.n.. | ten per tint of .
TO LIKE I self, Ihe development of her un- I the ,1'rmat..llIli.r.>l f i pruduc.; moisture easy.Use mill vapor-reals tasty and tender. I seems impossible, but it would be a big factor. He would
burn child may be so seriously The luniU get lulul'r thilll
Impaied due to birth with and arc Drill l hy ) ..1ienui'a ( ant materials to protect all foods THE PARENTAL: VETO: WllFSAND ::
slgnifli sick
frcc/e. Properly packed, foods must be never get never lay off, never take a vacation always
i emit conuentiul defects as Kriirral ,talc I ol health, you : HOW Parents
QUICK, United above Fur 1 hit:: nca/,11011: ,( and,: his pirioii.: ,, will not dry out and air will not swam of the programs their children .
that It
Is reason ably are rcflrrttd in Iris lundi.l.rupU enter the package" ; causing oxlda- are watching. It Isn't wise say just what his employer wanted him to say.
I that! woman
CONVENIENT every : ,,,ii" of the luniilH niny, lion Write dale kind and type olproduct lo use TV as a bahy-sltcr, unless
In the firs! four month .
ofj camipruluiiKr'l I> KtilfrrmK, inCrfparit.itiun
weight! or number or you keep one eye on the screen or
pregnancy who has been exposedto social problems
(I | servings and l pieces on package! one ear tuned t III< It Most pre '' Impossible Even
and SO EASY a case of German mi'.inlcs, linmediately and economic crises Aladdin's genie couldn't produce
HCV a physician fur ad. The akin 1llhe Bands ililfirt Frec/c Ihe meat iilikly| at note sihoolerj! can easily he diverted

I mlnlKl rut ion of Immune !globulin 10Ulrv.hat from the .1..1I11f oilier degrees Fare-illicit or lower.rV III other mtivilies when the nur I that sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman
ON YOURPOCKtJBOOK which Is the only ProllhyilleticIn'ulnll'lIl part of Ihe body There il an -6tt very program goes off and some
otrrall parsrnc of tissue, especially The nutrients most commonly tiling unsuitable comes on. School,
.. known.
on I tics :back of lie lacking In Irw-atfp diet Are cat age boys and girls arc likely lo' be comes only in air castles e and'newspapers..
11 Is felt 1 by many physicians uncut. winch :: (far: ::
account 1111- alum and vitamin C, reports the and I
: and public health :olfieeri:: that till favorable reaction, In extreme |less amenable, though I may;
in The U S, Department of Agriculture. ,resent yuur abrupt shut-down of a
small chlldien should be exposedto temperature. lilnml VCD* 1 1program I
rb German measles, To quote c-U and sweat n|>|MiitiM of the One of the reasons for the calcium ) they arc enjoying. But I if I Read back. There is nothing there that hJty paper
hands deficiency Is not inking\ enough and only I .
.. I from the Control of CommunicableDiseases are under" the control of j you use this l veto rarely
the nervous nyatciil, Thu risiilt milk. Too few vegetables and |for good reason the child's resentmiMit I advertising can't
lit Man as recommended do for retail store. It is '
a this
[ ;
uir4'ioiially ill involuntary' perrpiruiK. fruits result in a deficiency o( will\ be tempered by his super
by the American Public Health cI.iinmim.H,
( or bLiiuliniK .
Under the G,A C. plan everythingIs Association; "No attempt should of the h,1I111.11 organ of vitamin C. I trust In your Judgment and concern salesman, the dream salesman the perfectsalesman.All
Now often SO relieve
I more : Only per'cent lie may even feel! .
be made highly ilrvclopnl touch saa.j'uvity
handled on a simplified, bans, to protect female 'hil.ex.
aided l h !50' ,nui-rlei of I the green portion of a i that you are stmuling by tl) pro. ,
siren In y cap'abic
good hcnlth\
With, tht payment schedule litup posurc lo the dlscane against before of a aide range of I blade of grass should be removed text him from his own wcaknessci that is needed to put him to work is call a representative
to give you every possible advantage pub.
movements the haunt cones, each time yon mow. If Ihe program Is one towArd
I crly. Dclilternte exposure hal been into contact with.. substances, to of this
The gteen bladei of grass man. which he feels both atractcd\ and newspaper at 261-3686. "
recommended .
by some uulhorl.tics. winch no other tkin
LOANS UP TO S60D ." arc exposed. ufaeture food for the pi'ml, If let uneomfoitable. he mav be secret'ly 'I
per cent of the' blade I III removed glad In hive' you make this de. ,1\ -"
Skin dmonlrr
the hand.-!
-GeAaCe-( !i About 48000,000 Americana now or d.r1l1alt"e.i an tluy are called root growth stops: for several daysor clslon for him. Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading Area
alive will eventually' by phy.id.II1" comt under' even weeks )| Knowing your child his person ,.
develop cancer > three iUmlit.itiim, I An rode for homeownersto his hi. special
If | ; : eruption ray silly sensitivities !"M'
FINANCE( 1 present rates continue. The of internal) origin; tliouc of ex- remember IsMow: whenever needs and Interests will help you I..
American' Cancer Society sa>'s | vernal oriiim, and tlio.e of un 'the grass doubles In height Set decide hilImUl'h protection 'he
that half of them could be known 'Himtroulilin. ,, FERNANDINA
saved c.iine. ;
your mower at to I Inch for needs, Children, love excitementde
through early diagnosis! and treat.went ran strict trim a iirrat variety
308 Atlantic Avenue t.1 f tourcef. creeping grasses as Centipede, hilImUl'h Is too much ? The
f.r.l.dlu Peach, Flirlifi Saving the other half de. A phytiiian l lice' St Augustine./ Bermuda and Zoy.: British study points out that 'Chic'dren
lands future l IIf.I
on reseatch" SUPllurtIhe "person > '
'I'.phl"' 281.3681 linlilicil, tn tuat kin d'surders.nit I alas enjoy being a little tightener I
ITiSTivO'flCtl IN MCKSONVlul| Society's nationwide research I advise uu proper cut uf the A '"" They like suspense\ for Ihe sake PHONE 261-3686 or 261-3687

I Crusade program< by giving to the AprU\ IlaOda Ia,.._...._ Do you like lo spice up the flaof the relief that follow. There I I I. I II

M w nor of your meats! with herb .loa-ia, sorrow margin between' pleas-



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t Nev's-Leader, Fernnndina! Beach, Florida( Thursday, April 23, 1964 Page Seven

! Curtain Rises On '64 Little, Senior League Play I Redbirds Win- Two--- -- Unbeaten Pirates -

As Senior
I Close Play Seen

II At Little League + Play BeginsBY tRT (,.OKDON .Seek Ninth Win

The Finest I lilts Redbirds are
I Opener MondayBY t e, nff to a good beginning In the Senior .

League baseball play in they BY ctnr <.(mi/>(oGeoige \ I'imc \in the fifth on a single by
CCRT CORDON a, :j have detented I the Ford Falcons, !: 1'1'.ns, uiitli'lialid. l'i, Tin in triple i by Bcrjl I Rice, mid
Close ball games marked the ; 10.1 !In the opeiiinu) game of the r.itr ban ball i, im dim ,\ieil i I. n u -niKli' by Billy Miller
opening of the Little League baseball season, then Him liver the Pirates Cove' NH, 'Urns u.< > i n Ki'uli\, ,,,,in Krn,inilniH scored the winning
season as the Chem-Cell Cubs Wednesday lilulil!. 5-1 In other 10 oil S.HIIHI..V '1'11IllI'n "'1'1:"'i1': inn ot Saturday's. name In (the
edged the Methodist Braves, 5.4 Senior League tuition the Slugs Ctinulen rheum d.;<> altenioun. .. I 11.1.! I flisi Inniim as :Ned Tjson wisiialein
en Monday afternoon and Inc Ho. won over' the Pintle: 7t.In fur a \>"I'll'll I season' 01 tight wm an error( dole second, and

tury Jets slipped past the klwinis .,.. ,4'" the 8'IIOUII"1I1"'III'r Monday and no lit.ses stored on a single by Sieve Beckdt. -
,Senators on Tuesday afternoon '. : .', night/ ol'khllll\'lIIl' Mavor Il-mlon The next mull ill l tar the Pira'eiwill \ .
3.2 Horns limned! out the tlrst hull to ,
be TlIl"dIII Ii n they pl.i\: Honnie Sapp' was on the hill for
The Cubs smacked nut 8 base ...'\' 1" get the season IIIIh'rlllland' the I'iilalka hire In (;I'UI11'11111'1I11.
.. u \> Ih,' Pirates and allowed( Gircii
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-! '. RcdMiiN pioieedid( to hnd:: the
hits to tack the first victory of the ,; i; nienl gimo\ Cove only 3 hits while slilkma out
..t y Patents a 10.1 1 HhclljeMnii' Kirkv
sense ai Larry Gill and John 4w +nw., .,.._ ...- ,.. Ott! ,t'r blasted a home run for the I Jie Tin'ill loused the win lor the ID lk did not walk a bailer
Hollls collected two hits apiece i, Pir.nes;' I lust! lnd.iy, anil, dd, nut\ Heikell ciillecled two hill In
with :Mike Antic, Ronnie :Mi-Don !SHC\MNi: SOV1Ol':t: HIS 01.1) FORM! U ,'.1uxMin\ile! Redblrds while Stove 11.\11I\' mid
....... Hen I Rice! lid the lI'allllilh 2 i! allon''; item::;: One:: ; a inn:::: :mini::: the: :: lend r'cinandina In liillinK whileUuod
Max bid Peacock I
aId and Jimmy Mayor; Ilindon; Burns us! he losses"' out the first hall to hits npleie, Jim Cm bolt WinimiH.nils tilth. Iiiiium 1 lie then allowed loin'mnrc and Sapp lilt for the Pirate,
THE LITTLE LEAGUE season officially began on Mon getting hits for the winners : night at Hall
open the Senior I.enuue season Monday City In the seventh as the PIIUICI
: Harry Kiev and Mason Mi"' nd.iy allirnnim the PiuU'huiiKid \
day afternoon at Joe Velardi Field with Major E. J. Al Talblrd and Dennis Little Park: ditcher Is Mason! Itenn of the I'oii'M Hill Red- /Bean rolleited\ hit* for the slum.nt'r won the gimr, !l-3.: : out 12 hits In winning i:ocr

Johnson, Jr., tomlng out the first ball to Catcher Clinton collected Braves, with two lilts Sieve etch Stublts to lead, Tommy the l hird"", In baikunuiml./: left In right l'nmirt"hllr" Aliirez. ,, MjHim Remi hud two lulls, K'rii.iiuliiui; "'''fI'd 8 in the t'l' ',l lIniiliiK iiinilen, 11-4 Tluifl' did the plldiiiiK -

Brown of the Methodist Men' Club Braves Behind the Skipper and Bruce Gregorysharing ,I '' Little Leagueice, president", Pete Schuilinir.! Senior also !: on h'h I liv Shut Ittiku1Chip for the. PI laics and allowed
) Paul Wo.( d, Tiinniy C'l.nk, mi.) hits, uulklnu 3,
in the Brave hitting. Tal- leagueice president Buddy Burgess I'mpire David: Johnson' led! the Knleeni nine only
is in chief "Ybor" Alvarez and look r
plate veteran ,
umplre- l liiiblhi ( Thc l.n.il
bird and Little hit doubles. swing; I'mnire: Gene; Powell and League President", Dr. with 2 lulu pith Wesley Poole, (11I"ith'hllllll i 'f!'son, iieekell, Wood, and Mike
ing on is League 1'resident Dr. \V. I), llodeffer.REPOSSESSED. Tuesday afternoon the Jets W. D. Kodeffer. Pi'lei- Poole.; mill :Mike MiDon.iltlKetliiiH I ,, Pikula ciilleeted two Ills apiece

scored 3 runs In the fifth Inning -- -- lulu for. the loners to kail (the Pirates In hlllinit while.
to win over the Senators, 3-2 The Tuesday Minion' the SI.IKS edited Classic (i.itlli'li.iinn) : Benny Alviin,
I Senators scored 2 runs: in the first, ]J J I (I I ho Pirates, 7.5, m Rumbaed 1'brll' t. and Miller hit sulcly fur
but could not hold up as the Jets Thninton banned out 3 base hits' Bowling League riinaiiiliiu
battled back to win I I while' Bunk IIIIIhyIlko! Conner !liijiin !lair-filII hit a hiimiiun
Eddie Justice led the Jet attack/ I Sports Slants I and Hairy Mills collected 2 lilts I II for" Woodbine lo lead the atl.nk on
'with 3 hits whjh Billy Buibink I apiece 1 1I in HrAltV/ I.I: US the Pirates,

came through with 2 hill Sieve'' Van SiMKiaves niul Roger( Wellvis : Meek of 4-10
1957 CADILLACNEW Knsley; and Duff Cover shared In r BY CURT CORDON I led the Plrwlea with' 2 lulls Ti-t.il.
(the Jet hitting. I null. while( Fred Adams, John Tram Slimdlng. \\ L Pins
Paul Schrantz and Whittle Hi u. The Little I.I'ClJ.lIl': and Senior The local ll.iviiincr: gulf team Welsner, Rupert Suiter, and ('hIII'. .loiiim' Sim'lair 50 31 37111.1
RECAPS 1964 TAG glnbolham tint the two hill for the I.CUKIIC opened their respect I (' will play the lcsui DiVlHinn'i, lea llollon, lilt Rarely for the loser, 0 H\ &. II Fiilnpiihes: 47 34 31.110Iliiililin
Senator off the itching of Gary seasons last Moml.iv alleinoon and I team In their aiinii.il I golf match Wednesday night Die ItedhhdH linn's 41 :3D 3.JI11:. :
Los equibl I niiiht. The Cubs rdueil the BrawlIin on May Id, I'Vin.inilin.i\ Rjymiiir! handed: the 1'11'II\I's\ their second( \I"'hklll11111 32 4''''I) 34577Illuli
BOX SCORES: has Itseed the linpliv lor IhricBlnilchl hiss or 1 the Keiimin, :3-1. Dcryl Rlee
lie llrst Runic of Hip si'.isnn fur c'1p ''I le.nn, 3-(>diiies
$365FLORIDA Braves Old ,120 4 7 the Little Lellllll111111 the Keil- : >'OI.'H niultlll\ bv tryingto led the Ileilblril with 2 lilts wllllKiekv I II & II 1'ntrlptlws' ', Mb:I IVcsloin 4s' it"
Cubs 202 Olx 5 8 buds won over the F'jlcuns' In the hold it again this year, Ollter and Steve BetllluKettinii \ \ Anli Ulli:
Talblrd and sitrow'n' ; Hord and I I Senior League i ,ft ,' '* / hid for the winners. I ll.iililen Louis I IMIliuh

Senator Douglas. 200 000 2 2 An added attraction pI l the Sen. The Fern:ii'iliin Ph'nll'Il'nl Fred Adiinis, linger Wollers, niulSteuait ; / : lout 3-\inmw's
NATIONAL BANKAT Jets -- 000 010 -- 3 7 lor League ripening was hat May IhroiiLjIi the regular liistball di-licd.\ Pikula collected\ the Plr- I ('('('11 1"lgl'" 5M!
and Fcrrelra or Haydon\ BIII'I1SI ho Hat nlllk.I 'I lilt unilofoatril in They ('IIIIIIII'I'dI ate lulls Billy Jo)'d' SH'
; fur Governor flKhl striilghl b.-ll: gi 'lout'5, The PI. LINK: SCORES:
I Ins a eompulMi' speech I I I Johnnie \Villlinison Sea:
FERN AN Dl, N BEACH Lovctjiilt and Cover. tossed out I he first ball to i,I rstrs' l'ulll'lcll 1I'l'rI'll\ hits In Redbhdi 311 I ?0i: 0 10 0 HUli, Trout (fume,

open the Senior League season. If ,, every game rxcipt the llnal will) Falcons 1100 100 0 10 DI.ll 1'lIh'rl'l'lws; SI4Iliiililin
he makes the grotto I lo become Green Cove Spilnt.I and hail t Rood Harris, Beryl Nice and Mason I Lanes 4'H'
CityBowling Governor, the buys;' still ;hive: : I I pitching 1 :; from'I Joe I: Thrill: : and: Ronnie I Bean; Burgess Godwin' and D Wcxlcrn Alum 4h7Illilh

something to look back on ullli S.ipi Il.irry Jrhnson. reminded : Johnson. lint (,lIIne t "'Ti 2 MtpA
League pride. I us t1.d I the' entire squad Unindu Pirates (00! 020 0 5 8 Billy Joyce I'M' :
tr -tr -trI up of buys starling their Stalls 202 102 x-7 0 Johnnie Williamson I'd'\
ry PLEASE RE-ELECT BY HENRY ELLIS I I baseball cat'i'ers in the Little League i WelKner and I'lkulu; Allen and Maurice Urmmioc, 1113: A
Fernnndlna +
Last Thurbdny niulit the t
Week of 4-1J i I program lucre Conner, IllXh Snatch Kimlers
Pirates sere lunored at the
I Ih Redbirds 023 000 0 3 4
Total -
annual Footbull-Ujskclh.ill b.iniiii'l I ir? 1\ -tfTucmlay Cecil simile 17li-r
fff Team Standings W L Pins | the Plialri meet Palalkd I'lrales 11)0 000 0 1 3 Bully Jojie I'Jl-' : U
HARRY POOLECOUNTY at the high school cnlelerla. A I
Tllman's Cabinets 80 40 83603 i Han'Is, Roue and, Mason lioan; 4l't
group of mothers' of f the ;player hire In the rust' guile of the 1 Johnnie Wlllliimsnn 1"0-( ::;OJlllili :\
Morris & Payne spearheaded a drive to holil the : Cirnup B. hl'h1l11 oiirnnment, Ilie SeaRraves and Pikula. A crane 111111 lies 4l'v
Body Shop 74'n 4V4 83728'Madden i banquet. 1.1'111'1'1 to ball plaveii II hll1l'r11\ thin pl.iv. In I'.ilulka (Veil 111'I11Il'' 1117Juhnnl.
709121. More than died of, .
Lanes GO 60 men women 1711
Couch\ WllllamMlln
and cheerleaders were given cut AKiilnsI ether Class A trams >
Beach Bar 59'* 60'. 77.i: 0 miner( lust year, Thl lint been .. ,
along with special honors, siuh tie : ii'iim; T.VBIIII l Is Irjmu to arrange -- r -
4 COMMISSIONERDISTRICT true since W), nceordlnK to the
Becker's Drugs 47, 71', 793W: Chip Wood winning the Mont Valuable : tinganif fur Tuesday:
High Team, 3CamesMorris 0 Aw aid and Ned\ 'ly-:, maul I louts run see blue Icuin In aeI Ameilcan Cancun Siiclely, Ihu ra-
Player '
1 & Payne 2798Hadden I II : i Slim this year I Is l lo be MORE SPORTS THIS d"j( POUND Bf.UK' KISS!>
I IBeckel' sun winning a Captain's Trophy I tout, I : : jl'II' : .
Lanci 2774 i about 55 men li" See wit caught bjr Raymond Had.ilutk
"Now jSeryingtAn Honorable, Foir Drum 2713 I A fine gesture on the part i>f tlie :,, -( I' -pSoltbull I your doctor anniinlly for a heultli' \ ON PAGE TEN lu
s hi wan list I
thigh Ind.' 3-Gamei players v IS the pieneiitntlon of atrophy \ Interest Is vi'tllnu\ an I checkup to help reduce the canine Ing U abggyCN.k'wah a rod
and Respectable First Term"Modestly Johnnie Williamson 664 i to Dr. Brad White for hula : curly start this year an Carl Jnnei, I death late, and reef 0
6011 I Interest In the bays throimliout the manawr ol' the )IslnndiTi, Informt -_ --- _
I ask you to consider again : Curtis Llghlsey Rhodes/ WU loolbull season Doc was on every mi thud he anted to let Ih"1
A good businessman helping run your county's Joseph High, Team Game !I trip as well as being at home for 'I other (learns In the league/
business. Morris & Payne 975 : all games 'thai his team U the cue" to belt 1 FERNANDINA BEACH
Available every day only u block from the courthouse. Hadden Lanes 961Becker' I I aualn this year' Junes says the
Harvey "Tiny" Lofton foimerFcrnamltna I I oilier I teams have their\ work cutout I
Have informed the people as well as performed my Phar

duties. Johnnie Williamson High, Ind. Game 1157/!) / a position athletic:: as assistant star, has football uc.ccptcd j the fur Islanders.them If We they expect should a rebuttal meet. "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN''

College graduate-manager Hardee Bros. Co. 14 Curtis Llghtscy coach with Larry Wesley at 0 next seek

years. Archie Smith Orange Park, Tiny will also coach ;! A VV BEACHESI/
Past President : Chamber Commerce, Lions, Merchants\ High Scratch Bowlers basketball or baseball for Wesley lIb-by Oliver cf (the Senior LeaKtie '

Association. Johnnie Williamson -216// Another Fernandina athlete: to I ItedblriU. lilt the first homl'l Jfredory Furnished lIy TheMe :Merchants\ : and "lIuAlne18! Men -
Received the Jaycee Good Government Award last May. i Cecil Hodse make good. The only trouble Is I run of the season In the o|> "
16 resident 25 I 5 children. 183-5011 that his teams will be trying to game Monday nlKhl. Ricky lenllvhlaMed
years-family man, John Beckett I :;: :: eluded: : !
I High Average Bvwlcrs i beat Kcrnandlna In the future. the bull\ and easily Suburban
Let's keep, (and get more of), this kind of man Roger Hadden 18(11( Lofton was I former roommate of I I the hairs, I George's
in our government Please re-elect I Cecil lodge 181 Dick Ilow'ser, Kansas City and | A -!- T I IDE S Gas 'Co.SEI1VING
Johnnie Williamson 179 now Cleveland shortstop, when the The ainm.il Florida Klxhlim Derbv 'I i Machine Shop Propane .
fepiiiisored( bv SchllU 1I1'l'wlnlllCo"
172 two were at FSU. I ) ALL
HARRY POOLE Kleber Skidmore 172 north over live liiindied Iliou-I 2 N. FRONT ST. It JETTIES; YOUR I NEEDS IN
I .. stud (loll.irs\ will bct'ln again thiijcnr ,
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BowlerettesBY i on :May 1. Her ten thousand I' Machine Work Add 30 Minutes Fee LI'sGr1 fNcISWelding -
WIN WITH fish hate been( released In difler- ,
; COUNTY COMMISSIONER I oil areas with the pl'lle| fish brl. BrarangMarine : Fernandina lIarbor 7 South 7th St.
.. JOHN E. Ing worth len( thousand dollars\ It I Repairs
Trying Hard To Give You Good Week of Ml nukes me cant I to take up fislilntf :I Phone 261.:1661:
Special Service To
Government Team Standings W L I'insi I I Shrimp Trawlers T H K I N G
Paid Political Advertisement I liest!! Qualified For Governor Rcildy Kilowatt 50 37 71J17 IfH Time To Think of All Work GunranleedI'riday, April 21 .

j Authorl/ed by Campaign Paid Tnimurvr Put Adv. I Beach Bar Lanes 47 40 10 41'\ 71MHadden 7i'IJ( : !! ,, Storing \\inler Garments; Open 8 am to I 5>> p.m GH: um 12:11: 11,111. PHOTO SHOP

---- Land & Williams 34 50 70JU5IllRh DRY CLEANING Monday Thru Saturday 7:1M: pm. 1266 1 : pm Roll Processing!
Team, Games Pho. Dsy 2.1-1711 Developing Printing
Slturdty1'111; 23
SPECIAL 2'1-5331
Beach Bar 2'07lladden Night Kodak Film

4 Good Reasons t Lanes 252) $1 For 8 Ibs. 7:21i: am 1 11'.3: : lUll, Photo Supplies
Why Williams 231! 7:1;; 1 :::i .
Land & I : pm. : pm. Movie Colored Regular
Month\ of
: April Only
Ind. 3-Camci B E WISE.I
High ......, .\ 'I '1/' Weddings!
DON "Beano" ROBERTS 1 1I VI Surlano M3 ASKINS lay, Irl "" Portraits by Appointment 0"17"Porcelainize"
Judy Holley 0 LAUNDROMAT 8,02: ilnt 2:1u1: am Studios At 50. Ash St.
!I. ,'II!Miv {Jn.Ar.o...H l I.. :lit future of Nassau' ", County Lynn Sheffield rM is:29::
: pra 2:1211.1I1.:
High, Team Game South 8th Street Phone 261.4586

Beach Bar 1WI ni'i21: IIOI'IIS: A DAY LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES llIlIday, April :27L(1NGER
Land & Willljma HVlladden
I.une/ 1150 THAN: al'i::: um 2:1: :; lIm. Rowland's

High, Ind. Game OUUlNAHYAX JUR !':Ol prn. 2.1: 11.1I1, UPHOLSTERY

VI Lynn Suriano bin'I field 213 217) LASSERRE MOTOR 'I'uestliuy, .\IIJ'il :214: NMV Dn LuvkRlIrit Yulr Nhfa oR ;ar.l'Ala,

Eleanor Flint 214 CO \\JOM: /Im. 3:21a.m: tl' vlrlaC.
High berate h Howlers 91:: 1 1:2:1::::
(+(tG1'Y wuh3 (I.m. p.m iscougar
VI Soriano 1114- 4H6! S. 8th St. Ph 261.3819 sew: tit
Eleanor Flint I'M-' 4.2( 11'ednesday!' April ::9: .'uL'8LR;

Judy High Holley Average Dottier 170-41,2, !, ::12 urn, ,1:11:1: : lIm. Fmg; : tSTJ.tATI'S; :

Eleanor Flint 1411! Going Fishing? )19:011: ; (Im. ,1:110: 1',11I. \\0 Pick l'p and Ddiver
Ruth VUllmmscm ))4'i!
Carclyn Rowland 113 Visit VII For ThuIo"IIYI'ril :::11) Porter 6'' Lavcquist

The Outstanding Young Complete tine Of 1:17Im./): 111'1: lI.m. (;ienerlll Contractors

Man:\ of 1963 of I Classifieds Pay Off Flllhinc Tackle 1O.JI: p.m. 1:6::; ; I'm, !SPECIALTIES _

I It. Rods Reels I"rid'l' May I WI\\OIIKI\oI) ; ; ,
Fernandina Beach Outdoor Camping .ymc SI'RFA'INGEquipment :
111,1: ,7:2: ,i aim Cl'S1'lr.N/ 8tll.T CAIIINErSIlia : :
The ONLY CANDIDATE why: has offered you an aggressive r FIR I EST 0 N E : p.nl 5117: p.m. eteDShowtroomREACH :
Program which, if enacted, would be more convenient to the ,.. SUPPLY 1'1aOl Cuur..n For Color Coordination

voter and less burden on the County Budget. ""toted 100110 woI'1.; ... I III Alllllile Au III.UU CoOll a G.wi.1m Imo Phone 261.30G8
FOR EVERY NEED 6ng.m.dshish' druid," ,

The ONLY CANDIDATE to be PUBLICLY recognized for -n-- I

outstanding community service. 'Best For The South' .
TflF P,1J 1 ( F =
-0Shiell's FUN IN THE SUN =

Elect Don "Beano" RobertsYour 1 ;' () () /\ \=::::.?


of 211 ATLANTIC AVE. I. M. '''' '" 0
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= Paw Eljrrit News-Leader, Fernanc'Jna!' Beach, Florida Thursday April '23, 19M ,

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Seniors To Attend Hettie :Cobb Takes
t Homo Demonstration San County home demonstration .
I a l'nt.1'11\ be offered to the public High School Echoes.
Nutrition Classes free of charge, beginning rrl. "Ghost, Party" At Over Perry BureauIn
To Be Conducted day, April 17th, at the Recreation> The shoulder Is one 01 the plnct's 1hert' we moot often find
Center Auditorium the! rcrdlthn .r bonltls. Bee.u of the wide range IIr move.meets .
The Recreation Irandull Saturday TallahasseeWest shirk the sh1.lct\'r pahes, there ''I, "ahr.II, a urge
Department an. The course Is designed for Hello, presented by the virhnn eocehei
nnuncoi (hut I Nutrition School mothers with chlldien In first Our track team placed fifth In Bony Martin, former New Y..r j somber .r bueaae Aa I result they! are subject movt'mnt h the Same
j A Ik .r
shwdder qI: sushicony
conducted by Mary Harrison Nas. grade and under, and rovers nutrition I the Keystone Conference Track Yankee great, wn the goer Memfcera of the lenlor ciaa'. cf I Palm Beach' A">pifnt. strains tnJIIrt and the stresses ban"as. 11M ft .Is tIIea that the pain lear the shoulder
needs, eating! habits, and Meet held last Wednesday at Ip".k r.rr1day. 'PreM'na'Beech' : t High 8Cho..t'( mint of Mrs Hettle Cobb .as chief
joiat bfJ"
WIN WITH eating problems faced by mother I Gainesville Mike Cook, a Piratepecdslcr the Pirwe bMritall tea' rill be guestt at a "jfliost ty"! party III t the Tallflhiinee hrroa' f:John BfmeJmes: the sh'.Mt' may be mired manly In almost; any
of children of this age group $ l captured first place In defeated Green' Owe SprMg. 9'/ ,Its Saturday April! \ 25th, at Cron. If. Perry New papers, Inha'; direction, bet m.diley. hltt'sj! the "rljhf p sltb lI-tbl pain;.
JOHN E. (Jack ) Early registration Is advisable the mdred\ yard dash -, Santa at the I heal ballpark] and tiiltc! all on t the ,$t. Msryi River been announced here by Jtfbn II icean fkls M ally imam that ''te small sacs are tufUmedBirsltis .
since a maximum of 33 students: !I 1o'e won the mtet tit another Will Mrtirday a 1. A spirited :campflrs win lend It.toIr Perry, Jr. president of the newspaper may lid be mallard to tro-bte In tae! should alone,
MATHEWS may be accepted' Thursday; an squeaker )played at Orem COT to help dtepel l i the ragartej of bl'shlng' concern, "'ln< the( acres tr-nh as Its telegraph! H will eawe trouble In the
Mhletlc Banquet Springs for Thrift received erect he ",host {M Crandall' and the Mrs Cobb a'' veteran Florida arms and hails aIO'!! This ap'pldi1IrrhthJfl/ ; : I h fOiled neurlt,
Rest!' Qualified} For Governor wan held "tn"' flK Inr the win Frktav, awf Ritmri wipenie] of jerhaps a ghostly tale newspiperwrmart, asn'me her and H a emditlim which! year: d.c.er oi cil:: :oiuctlc. U cspec.allyqJallClcd
Paid Pol, Adv Trade At Home } high school fafe.terla. Sapp was the winning pitcher 81ardav ,witernlng the 'leading citizen" new duties \Play I and will represent to treat.
AUtAirlred by Campaign Treatutrr The -atflleteg' -' it Crandall/ the highlight ef the all of the 21 Perry ncwspap.
rnjHIre" will be ers In the state.
: Father
--- parents wire The Pirates eompteted thel !. "Whitey"fIItI1
responsible f for regular nil guitar leading tie group I In announcing the appointment! ,
season Tuesday at SiMaryi
i the event with it a sisg'onl' /us well as rend. Mr Perry noted that 'It Is another Ho'irs
u defeated Canine!
Mrs. Wood Ting stYeral iolo I forward, .
Ralph Cimnty 11.4 step In the expenstun Mon., Wed., Fri.
Mrs. Mike Pikuta Father "Whitey," as he Is affec- and Improvement plans of the
: Mrs. JIaskfl Rice, Tills gave them an undcfcateiteason :Innately] known by most cf the Perry newspapers as they keep 912&26
and Mrs George Tuesday they vlll pta: I'udentj. Is the Rev. Harold Him. up with the general gro! 'lh and n
'lysin III charge I.f'tters'on by Palulka at home for the first gam {ran of Jacksonville and h1! rcn.tltlonj progress of Florida 131 Kings Street
the athletes and cheerleaders of the district Mrs Crbb Is .
were tournament are expected to haunt the a widely experienced Phone 72MiIt!() ( I :
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Hanes How Flerldg'iSINIOR - nemrrles cf the seniors' for years highly capable news wilt.or

'' SENATORSPECSARD o come. She Is now employed, as an Kin sland, GforglaUK. !
Junior HighLightsBY A supper of "banshee vlttlei" administrative aulst.ntI'llh the
I Till be served beginning at 7 Florida Development] Commissionand .
L. /cloek, The guests are Invited to serves as liaison with the t. It, LKOtKER VI T. A. OWEN
ome any time after five

HOLLANDSfANDS The F T A. car wash was a I the Side Teachers Conven Hosts for the evening will be 1'1' A native: of Georgia, Mrs, Cobb I II
known to thousands of Florid- Clinic!
ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL great success last Saturday at the Lion They will return this week Mr and :Mrs J. W Bunch: Mr I Ions throuph her lengthy serviceIn Kingsland Chircfrcctic
Fire Station Most of the members end/ Substitutes for the rest of Ih nod Mrs George Tyson: Mi! and
Senator Holland Myit worked hard end had some "run"l work are: Mrs Long Mil Fire; Mrs Reed Lcuellcn: Mr. and Mrs. newspaper and public relatlrnsoperations. "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
"At this m.mnt, I should be with yew In Florida She,has been n general
along with and there 'Is no teacher for shnp Carl Schmidt Mr and Mrs Glenn I of JaclwnvuVSHORT '
tttkmg your lupport In the coming Dtmocratlc primary assignment'' reporter fcr the
In my bid for ren mitf" ton! t* the United Stabs Stnal. a special' meeting The gills it school ace ell In al: ilulin: Mr. and Mrs. James' Ry. Jacksonville, Journal and also has
Intload, I am In Wothlngton on urgont bvtlntu Monday they dls- uproar. Paul one of the mos 'last, Mr and Mr.. W 0 Carmsn: been associated ',wl:h the Play
moro Important to ut all ...eau.. I feel tho Civil cussed their trip popular Beatles, Is now just ai i Mr and Mrs Jim Wilcox: Robert ground News In Fort Walton, Jlnr.
Rig Ss Ml, now ....*... the f onale would b.,bad legltta- fg18y to the University "ole married man'" Babb: Mr and Mrs. E W Dug.7an Ida In the latter assignment she
ften for .H ear 05051$. wed which, wen If passed, See you soon! ; Mr and Mrs J. R. Young, was honored' by the Florida Press
.. MKrr fact of IH coorclvo o f Florida I n 'Mr and Mrs Jack Vnnn Mr, and
'wH) I bo dMOMd N> by tho very v : Association for "excellence In her
... tMi ouch fantastic In tho Gainesville Also Mrs. James Taylor ,
Mtvre Ml' work fit power and Mr and work."
.hmh tf KM attotnoy .....-ra'' that wo could tome ctoMM this week sever9l Yulee Junior 'Class Mis Ralph Wood. Mrs\ Cobb
b..Mfl a rHto ...... For this reason, I am ipondlng members obtained or Hettlc' _as she
",tampatlnlno. ; MM tn Washington doing tho |lob I 1.{ permission 1900000 Cured of Cancer Is more generally known will
'' yM Nat' MM M >. M -* _antlm., I warmly ask you i 01. AI to teach/ a fourth Play Set Tomorrow I cover all phase of Florida stale I
'to ........., my pert aorvlea. to you and our groat Stoto I fan, or sixin grade class This will The American Cancer Society government' for the Perry orlon.I'I exsa.aw* '
of Ftorlda and fottm mo M tho Untied States Sonato aii serve! as a &great;: opportunity to reports that there are nrw 1.200.. I Izatlnn her disunities! to nipple d
Evening At 8 P.M.The ment the of The As.
learn more about the teaching! career WO Americans' alive today curedof rcpruts!
i KTflgfl'Crvlr.d N poor u. i, u noes .i-'w*' I snclated Press and United: Press c
I tid a Am yom ho INK. ...oln." .."'.rllr ,." ... Iw.lflhHe cancer that Is alive today International, I
g MnnbOfl.tt Bit 8 n.t., 1 1RE The Library/ Club met Friday to junior class of ulce Rich five years after treatment without
Pefd' Pe5rk.l, .Idrmvrnenrt' discuss plain for a "beach party School Invites you to see "Man symptoms of the disease An id- John
Remedy Jr. Tree
In the future. They also dls. Overboard
near a play written by dltlonal 700000 cancer patients
cussed ways of keeping the shelves Felicia Metcalfe To be presented treated within the last five yearswill Soon
straight on Friday evening In the school live to enter the ranks of -
The Patrol met Wednesday to auditorium the play will begin at' those cured Thus there are tree wllbe\ dedicated to \arng:
dlnciBi their trip to Silver Springs, 8'00 pml| admlMlon 11'11be\ adult ally 1900000 Americans John F Kennedy, Jr In Arbcr Day
May 2.. The whole patrol will en. 75c and children 35c, cancer The American Cancer ceremonies at Arbor Lodge April
26 The lodge was the home of J.
joy several attractions as a group The cast Is follows clety needs the of
as support
while others will be optional Sterling Morton, who founded! Ar. N
keep up and enlarge the
Miss Hanna Blair a handsome,I bor
Mrs. Johnson. Mr Powell and made against the disease Day. It Is now part .f a state
t. dignified woman Annette Bry. I historical parkIMDIVU
Mr. Bonn left Wednesday toot.
Paid Political Ado :
-.; i _' --' __ Ant .- i
j ; I- Katsy i: Prew, full of pep and very The mother porpoise generally H, PROJECT I
.,_.II pretty Mavis Crapps, nurses her calf for about 18 I India and the United States will .cal 4'a
N I months according to "life history' cooperate In a to fro: weather
Flossie Nelson the life of the ,project '
I studies recently made at rockets Into the atmosphere .
party Alice Jane Haglni.: ,, 'y ter.
i Dorothy Allen, typical fimlov Marlneland .of.Florida. F above the reach of balloons._ i I!

,tfl V v tun"N Inn teenager Lillian Conner:
Melanie Leroy, a Southern ben! I
Jane' Ooodhrcad:
1i4 Louise Carson, typical society ;
girl Ruby! Logife, I
,I Arlena Uusenberry' she i 1114l1hs II I
ova she la "Ml s America Sandra

Jones Other characters Include. Captain n. STORY : "We Loan: You Own"

OShea. Raymond Wager;
.- Mr, Henry Van Cleve Martin Kay: Fsmmmna Federal
I Herbert Hnoley James Mllli; Dirk I
; ur / Moore Don Higglnbotham, Bill I
I Trent, Barry Worthington, Joe Savings & Loan Assn.
I Nash M B. Platt: George Law.
a I. rence, AI I Knowlcs: Honey-Boy/
i Brown Ed Horsey, Albert Maxey, 202 Atlantic Avenue
r' Cud be tally for 0avarnor Ca"pa.e, Paud i.
: << I Denrric Bell: Tim and Slim, Marie .- -" ,
Clements and Linda Jones: and
: 1 I Butch' Stephen Benton
: !t ] This play nts published bv Art

: i r Craft Iowa Play Co Cedar Rapid' Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet

:: t f: .!! ,J....... /j l I, Lhirr's Bow Damaged !t makes roads feel as smooth as the maps they're prlnfeci on

GIBRALTAR, The 13 000 tor
: 'n: -" ',', I Italian liner Verdi arrived hcrtjj Hun your finger over a map and find yourself a place to go. tide! eats wIth foam-cuahlonin7; front end rcsr Luxurious::

4 with a dumagid bow suRtnhed lit That's a preview Of how It feels to get there m a Chevrolet. ";:.II.to-\\al: elcep-twist carpeting (this )'cnr it comes wit'i'
; I a collusion with the 24SOOton \t'e'\e put what we think! is the best suspension even: the lowcct priced Biccaynca.t) choice cfecn

Liberian tanker Pcntelikon in foj| rjstcm in its class under this great highway per great engines:: a'l!' rrccLion-balarccd! : r far

... ;- __. near here. farmer A biz husky coil spring at each wheel ( rroother: running: with! four Etnooth-sliifiinj: :

w curl double act Kin shock absorbers to soak; \\f> 1'tq i I ,TPr Ei r trnsmbio13'! :! to match Kvcrjthins; th.t:: mol'!.:,]

LUCITE COVERS MORE 4. Lumps, Over 700/ cound eleudeners throughout, I Chc ro'ct! the great:: highway:: performer it Is..
the chases and that spacious Body byTitl nPIIL
to Co C-t out tliosa road n apa. kind 1 Irrcvcr
HEALTHrortcIJ Hot out notion from road and wind.+ i i't Tl cro's a lot of other Jet smooth lui:ury, too ranacr snn'eeectr'a, : "I* Tra\J Tl-o: tt jour Chevrolet alvta.I

BETTER THAN BEFORE ; :- 5, Ct'rrrl I In;pJi; Cuniert;!>'

.' IA

: Discover with delight how completely ordinary paints. Pop open the can \.Corrko.ar.1 01 ftj"h..1i tour, Dottor liueety,,01 M.dt"end "the.

.. and "LUCITE" Paint and to Florid., Mtdicil, AnocKl, ,on.MALARlAi .
simply Wall .'. a quick dip you're ready

:: hides stubborn blemishes and old brighten your rooms with the magic. UNDER SIEGE

wallpaper patterns gives you of "LUCITE". toward Malaria oblivion Is on. the Die move greatest-

: extra "mileage"! Dries in minutes LOVELY NEW COLORS erahcaiuii world ide program ever attempted i>f dieise;, ; n

: and your room is ready for imme You'll love the wonderful new colors wiping gradually out iniluria and. determinrdly

r diate use. limy )earl ago, there were10000U
available in "LUCITE" a wideMAKES
cases of iiulura.. m the I
.: DECORATING SO SIMPLE array of beautiful shades to help you U. S. with" about MKHJ dealt
.. each year, Mime JU of there
"LUCITE" Wall Paint is the easiest achieve a new room without the expense ocuirr'UK, ill I 1. kriila Lust year,
there were luu cases and one r %
of all paints to use. Doesn't drip like of costly alterations. death. >ay r i i
J In 1 Europe. with a population" ryNtl. '1 r'' @
of aluiutt btU million malaria
has become ulnn'>t noiiexisient '

Nen <[{!LPMJj di Cuniplelo'.M!>o within eradication two years.,f is expected she
In runny' Middle Eastern
J and North African lutoim
Is Jury? five years ago, (,rrre / ; cI _
: had one mitten case, of IIIDI .
LucITETlrTVa7Z 1\\: ra, with KIOiKl( (droll, and toddy
most of the country it fret i (
01 the dufiKf. .f'r

( Paint W4 J/ ly 11111 I IIl proceeding Ann.malaria, in 81 operations conntrei are or (rl'n vt.

? / illll II trffitor, throughout work!
WALL PAIN Il lieq whIch Even; so a,beginning there ire countries hit not yrt In

been male, la eradicate the
on$7.45gal. So quick and easy to wash hand, dineane Malaria it not a -
: : allow:r
ucular eu t, its victims t.
brushes, roller with soap and water no wourttti or rmTfilattorn. It .
0 comes tn them" an they sleep in
the quiet of the night carried
by a nioxiuito.
a There are thou<.nd. of mala.l
via experts and workers now
engaged in the rrtdiration pro c:::::t T-::: T':r-T: CL-U m i clEv.:: :::lT' c:::' :m TT:: n 6::;::::1 AND:: C.YTTE ix.i: : K.I:: c.rin:: t:;, '
rram MUhluhed by tfnn'e World ................. $
Nassau ---- ---.-...-- ... .. .. ... ......
Building & Supply Co. HealtA weapon Orgamtatron* are .being 7'bceemle tiled- ---- -- -. --- .............., ...

to combat the dmeaie, : drainage
Ito remove breeding placst for WOODWARD MOTOR
1129 SOUTII 8T1I STREET PHONE 281-36 lm""IIiIfft.| ), DDT and ttt*<. COMPANY
AHmMgh, mer a billion te *le

ria are, still ultimately threatened this disease with nula-will South 8th Street Pemandlna Beach, Florida Phone 261.3636r
be Conquered. .
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:department: W* ar* ""tile pn.mli: of FOR COMMISSIONER FOR COMMISSIONER Newa-Lcader
two ..on.fUullrd Kitchens, of Itlrkelv COl' I C&tT Fernandina Peach, Floi-Ma Thur} a?' April 23 1M4 ,
I hav* as a candid. / ila' and Hilton LiKltcti.ni of' Ferandlna trm.mb. miitfled ..I.h _
Announcements ., of Countv Communion I .unty. lu Helen

lieachI trlct 1. Nassau Count\. Florida. In th* Krn and have. five, .hll.rt. km properly to M* that th* hospital affairs .' her of the Hapllat Church 'I
and pulpwood nf America at the Fort
1tI I I'J! : :'nl\ : enmlng May Democntlr primary owner member Wui conmmed In an Impartial and butt. tol.tn '
I wa* birn Jan 4. .in NaiiuuCnuntv Uiiilml, Chinch anil turns Hub ness.lik* manner. und prld.c.rI n..dl" 1..h division for Jht part
in the bent
.... !
J.ck.'flllII. IIIr .nd lor II 1"3. eleited 1 will
) try to make fair ID
have lived
FOR STATE years In
REPRESENTATIYE! Your vote and active support for I and hav been risirieni, lur Must president Nassau ountv PoulIrv lnltrtr.lt' of the cllluna of Naaiau *nl FrD.tn.
with firm I In Fernandlna jlinl ileiislons
years 01' on each problem una ii'.aih lar.Y
I llcnrg* H Dirsey do herehv rip proven bualnessman administrator and toI >enn. A..lln. nhr r lorldaKgg Cnlll)'. and will
Beach. qualifies m* aerve capably 1 emperaie' with other member, Ymr vile and VlfPbe'greuil
Clare' mv candidacy for tin high of civic leader dedicated, to aerving, you. is you Supervisor" of Registration I III very much Interested In the flu, >eara. Vlur vnt. .nd ,ulport ..I b. ul the B'lrd. fir vour best lnteret.1 support WJP"S.
will be greatly appreciated offhr* of County Dltrlct .. chairman Poultry Division N. bHorltl .rully ". ) nn"r'I"pd.
fir* of tint ommUsloner nppr.'I"' Your
for In '
reprewntatlv* nasaau If vou tee fit Io piurt m* this r* Fair vote and active luppnit will b* E ( ) RFGtSmt
Cmntv. I do 'o with the full kno.'. D H. (Duck) BUCHANAN sponslbl* positron Nvlll: carry out thenecesesry >. and Callahan PTA LOlls A. FERftFnU Igreally .|.PI..cl.'ed.LETR i | fop,
ledg* of the vail responsibilities ofthli dullts In a manner that 1 *m employed bv Rsvonler Incorporatcd t own and hav* operated" h.ln.

vitally Important otflc*. I am aceulely will reflect favorably en you the vottra al Ferandlna Beach and successfully throughout the v. D.'VS
aw art tha many problemiof FOR TAX ASSESSOR and the count v a* a whole. hav been for Ihe put II >'earaI *d"I buslnesama'a approach toIhe FOR HOSPITAL TRISTEEI : For Ocean Highway It Poi Auth.

nil th* of.:: In our county, anilplen Your vot* arrl *upn"rt la mllcllcd have two children: one bov 13'jW'ure of the County Commission FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTFE 1. J.imti M I Jimmy) Ithrd.' 'Hr ,
"> I hereby announce my candidacy old. and otic girl 10'. veara old In the field of taxation, J. W. Jmee
e to devote mvself to the service I and will b* deeply appreciated p.rUl'ulerb tflullv) announce mv wish to announce, mv canrildicy for
for R th offlc of Tax .
if" tht people. if elected your Hate Election. to Thank you at Rout 1. lox 118. Naaiauvlle ,. of gelling candidacy for member of the Hoard I hereby announce thut I am a ean. the office if Port Authority, llroup 2,
representative AastatorAs LfCILE .KiiCHENSFor dollar's value for each Mollarn of .. of Humphrey" I dlrlute lor reelection to he Hnnrd of
Tax Assessor. t to all. "nl. TI.I. M."orl.1 I will endeavor to com net Ml .
pledge rentstered
have I If the vnteri of Nassau Count h"n. plus giving my undivided Neaeiu I Trualeea' of
I lived her for 8 veare with Ho.pl.l. Counlv Dlslrlit i. i Humphreys Memorial .
fair and equal asseaiments. In th* nth / to th* problems of all clthtens InNaaeau Hospital. Dlslrlri : voters thrmghnut Nassau Ccuntv
the to the Democrallo No 4 Hllllard.
quiet dimity that la no neceaiiry future ti In the paat 1 will b* friend .: .. I/: i WI: mr'O' : wllh Primary on If reelected tn Ihe he t of ability awl' will
omnmn Mav I 1 :
for any public aervant Aa your ataterenresentitive SuperrHor .r( KtfMrMlon lnf Cu'I'Y. cuurteay, my utmost ; : ,
Io everyone and will continue to Charles N Bennelt"will be tenet end Io .b.1 0 Hpprei Int* all n.l aha** n e
honesty I 43 continue la ..
I would conduct mv I Don Rno" rloBert hereby am Man of ig*. hoplnl'a In the .
serve each and everyone on fair and anhounce If.lon. nary nit May 5If
servant. ilrvlng our
elf In county fairly YauI. ind of N..uount best Interests I have been Dn..lle
thla Mme manner. because theperann candlittcy for the offlc* ol lupport will Is* r.ld.lt ) '
basisI .
Impartial my With eleited, to this I wW
special to .p office
of vour Board of Trustees endesvnr
uho filla thla pant la In effect ho.ly. privileges .hol graduate alao attciiilfii I since Jan
of of Neesau
have served Tax Assessor for Supervisor Registration p..I.td.I
as "
to t the best of
to ludirifient
ynur pennnnl an typical r pre of.entotlve Nassau and Courtly laregirdcd 10 ytora and aa a deputy tax aaseaaor County subject to the May Bib Prlmarv I "n. working belle I LOla Farm "'"lnWI.1 Jones I served Hualness lor four College tears. In the U S. uarv' 1061 to and..v.I you. Irrrteed In thla be.n.p'.ure cnpncllv a. mid ahlliiv. ti perform my ill t the duties:

for 4't year*. I honeally believe I am vnt ind and ..
will b .
support truly Navv. I I thank tor r'p"Ihllltl.
people ball with whom he cornea In the ,most qualified, man to serve ta t am 84 vein old ', Veteran of 4 : am Ilrrl.1 reside on Clinch you your trust and
MpprvciatDdCHARLES Drive and m Is ei nf Idem eI I liave been and atwavi will be Interested
contact Thfi t feel I can do At ti. Tax Assessor Military Service during the I I.I.I.t
further qualifications. I attended the your I pledge to all of Naaaau County I Kara War am married and: have 4cnlldren I For BMrd .or'Public InKruMloiiI I am presently \. Jour am married tn the former Mildred I I In everything for the better.
N. BTNNETT .levman Meihanli In the MaintenanceDepaitmint Crawford nd we aie the nf'' mem and .. if Cmmu'.
Inlversilv parents
of Tennewee while worklnf will continue Equoliratlonprogram ; presently Msnage the Urnsnrtlna tier.bv announce mv eandlducv ,ro. N.l..U
to nsvmv own expentea. : now rnlthProt;: .. I will! nntb Reach Mlnlatirr Holt Coursereside : ,I I for member nf flnord of Public ol Ravonler orpurnled three aims We are active members I am, a .t.r.n if War 3nerxlng .
I ti fromthe I : : trr\ r and hint been so employed fur >f the Ephesua Baptist Chutch atI In Ihe Nnvv tor m am proud > aav that I come scared off by a certain few I waa nt IR North nth Bt In Kenandlna : Instruction II < Hllllard) In Ihe II"pa.t ''n ; .
COCNTY tltirs. of which ..
working 0'ana of people and amrl elected' to dn and I Intend to and am member of the I I I primaryed rv.r.
.fi. to their problems. I am an emplavee Job to the t beat Job of mv ability nothla I ,,!:r.lehM.: ": I Church: I wlah to announce to the voterl ofNasaau "r'nn : 'ClnIY. I have server) fnir terms is prenl'. I I am' director of the Milliard Med I am a n'e, '' M Peter, 'a Ep.| -
dent of Liicul No 7M of lirlernalioimlBrotherhood Irul Center: a director uf the Nassau enpul Church belong ta F and .
of ( ontilner Corporation of will 1 not :loae eight of common sense In mi t terved as President of the Countv thai I em seeking, the : 'e of Pulp Sulphite un,1,I IHaptr Cnuntv t.urm llureau; chairman nt Amelli Lnrtie No 47. the P.'I.'
America and have been with them and I will. Ftrnandlm lieach Junior Chamber ofCommeice th limber I business
Judgment 1 assure you not offlc* of Courtly Commissioner' icn the Assmlitlnn
Tesener .
Mill Worker County Fire and 1 B EJVLnril
sincemoving to Fernnndlna. be and Director' on th MoI'i life, I the four P.vntlonOomnII.
partial In my duty as a rrlct Thr* suhject, to th* am father ..
20m .
I property .
Dledne nn-elf la th* duties of this ; I
I am an active member of Local Fernandin Bitch Yule* !Senior Chamber ,1
I do honestly and sincerely appre Democratic Primary. chidren. .
offlc I married Io the former
and will' .r.Mn am Mjrgiiret
411 International Brotherhood of Pulp. of Commerce In 1062 1 served atArea sincerely appreciateyour
elate your confidence. vote ami aup I wss born In SBewrt County flenr CphMuslUptlit
r, : .M'.I.tt': vole and active lupportJ. I lav thnt I dn and will contlnue stewnrt who t mght In Ftrnul-
ulphlte, and Paper M'II Workers tin port. Chairman of Stat* wld Oprtlon gla tor th* past sixteen vears I Max* Church. Masonic
'on am I am shop steward for thlft Thonlc you. Registration Program project been service station operator In long* at Hllllard, W. (Bully) JONFS to. appreciate your vot* und ac' din"i flench: nhnols:; : from IA1 :to I'mWe

\. Moil of all I hive n sincere, Inter. EDDIE McKENDREE deilgned to eneoung* Voter Reglstratuns Nassau Counu'. I will seek at all limes to determineth live Mipnnrt In this: campaign, andservice < are parents if two dlr'* Jhri.
I 17 and Annie lem
,mt In ,Ihe people rf Naaiau Cnuntvm1 In 1 lived I In Nnssiu Cntlrire all
I eirneMiy d..''* to aervi all the Service twerd and was Mllner and w* have two eons C.th.. Hay will always attempt to Interpret th* FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE B C. Ifnnll'ILF\) mv life*. hive a taxpayer for Sveirs

'leople of Niasau Ciuntv Superintendent Public Instruction selected as th* I utslandltig Young t. Ed wlshea of the people I I like i und b..1 been .
You continued lupport ll earnestly Man Of Th* Year In lernandmalieach If! .letrttd to thli hlfh I ear Mv desire la to help further develop would to thinkou fnr the rr"r.dvo'
I wish to announce that I aim t can ollr. honor of all iw Ing m* to aerv* as FOR CONSTABLE ''
lollclted .
dldat for electionto the offlc ofSuperlnt.ndent nettly ind ilncerely d'r. I will, progressive ford lot king duca' your Hoard during the paat I I 1 nave been emplnved for M yearaat
member of the r.rn.ndln.Por.nt.T..h.r i n1mb.
n will
am program
work that fur
of Public Instruction am/thing good lourtara I wish to my ( nf Amettcn
ondldl.y Cont.ln.r 'or""r.lon
Namau County aubtect to the Demo lieach Association and '; : n I'* reached by. the continuing coopers I hav honestly tried tn gK* fair fur the office.lnun. '.. I and "llon. Fiti.'lneee .
Health of
Its the
cratlc primary on Mjy 5 11)64I ) am presently serving as ir and aclhe, lupport will be I .nleavo. school had and Just derisions I in all of ll'e 'Irlcls 1.2.3. N.issiu County In the Mav9ih 'In Ihe P, ner ',
Ftir Houseol" Representative Chairman I served il in Are* Co. i iImmunl..llon and If I ,
; school i .ppr.el..d. .e.d. .
have taught In Nasau Chairman: of the recent Mam Polio on* m>.k.lf and In ,1 end problemi coming before, Ihe '' '" I"I'ar. I JiMPS M (Jimmy) BIRU .aR.
I. Clnute G Wlnnate. nnnounc that County for past II jeara 'and have .. Thank you, Ulrt. To wok members if I urn "plosed by Ravonler Incorpiiraled .
I am aeeklng re election tn r the lee. served aa Ch.h. and Athletic Director Pr".ram. .nd am pr. R. II. (Bob) CARTER I \1 appreciate }iur vot and support Board and.ih.1 Interested' parties I have had .ipproxlmulelv. fhyems .

ond term In the LegMHur aa a My present atatus la that of Assistant ently aervlng aa Chairman of 1 I my behalf to give vou Ihe best hospital possible police ..porlnc.. I"n' seuriwith I For Or. A AMh.itv .
member of the Home of Representsliven Principal All.letlo Director and Coachat Nassau County Chapter for I W. A. (Arnold) HADDOCK wllh funds available, Ihe Florida P.tol. two Ill IlhwlY Pot

from Niaaau County subject to the Callahan School H"pe. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I re.elected I will rontlnu to work yenra wllh the IO .f n .
the Democratic Primary, May 8th My Interest In the schools of Nat. I pledge to conduct the ,th.1 I Alsh to I Ih* best In hospital care. g,mdkuslneva Polite I Deportment. and on* year al Id, n' o.u.n""r :
of thli offlc* actively. announce to the votera of
1"4.Ourln. au Coun,y has been demonstrated, by and the .... Na..u C un'y 'h.t I ., 1 For, Board of Public Instruction m.inagen'ent. with a reasonnhl auxiliary policeman "'., Ind Allboltv. a.II .
with :
cnllv dignity n I
mv 11.t t.rm In ntrl .. 1 mv active ,efforts to .,secur better *ilucatlonal "ondldot amount of YOUR TAX DOI.. I am a member of Ih* Flv PointsBuptlnl the Mnv 51h prln.IY, .I.cllon. 1.
had the dl.llnrUnn '" h.ln. the only opportunities, for the education of every, public officeIf for the oi of N..u I wish to announce that I am ti LARS. Church and have been rest. ..u .
freshman member of the H"use of Hpreservatives of our youth you feel thai 1 poisess the qua! ml..lo.r. Dlelrlit 3. In the coming i inilldate, for ,elei'lion to the Hoard Your vnte And nitUe support dent of lernnndmi Beach for 14 I have been ,.Id.nt ,1 ".n"".

to nerve on itelect If elected, I will work hard to keen Hies desirous of (nose who should prlm.rl. of Public In.tru"lon, District No. > b* appreciated "I ".ar. Ir.d..ln. renandlna dim Hench and N..nu Cnunly ,'
committee during the flrat ipeclal. re the public Informed, and to discharge serve In Public Offle*, Your vote and I.lt feel that vacancy tint' li being I Hllllard l Io "..rh I. clnss of imaI over Iwenlvenre.
.pnorllnnm.nt ....Ion In N""a lher the responsibilities, of the offlie of support of my Candidacy will b* by H S. McKendree will be hard cratlc primary on May 8th l'to..ro.I I C. W. (Cliff) BRANDIES I am married to the former, Narilne I ted dln :the V S Army In tM

1183: and r-gnln In the special Reap.pnrtlonment Superintendent In tne beat Interest of gratly appreciated: ROBERTS to fill because of hla qu.lly. I hvp I am l native if tie Conk of I ernandlna lieachIf nn l.n d. n )

sesr.lon In January 1063 the cltlrens of Naasau County tO.N BEANO" that the voters of N..u I iau and re.lv. my I elected' vnur Constable. I promlse overseas In M irch nf 10911 I was hnnorablv -

In I1A1. I waa among the leaflerafuhnnrtlng No school presently accredited ,,111.uff.r ) r t rl. : Iromf thr Kings !lad and finished inIhe FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE faithful fulfillment of the duties dltchnrged from aetlv* duty

the successful ,education losa of accreditationYour w I U. S Navy I wish to announce to the voters n of this and assure you. the I am, .emplived with Rayonler 1 1enrp ,+
and conservation me, .aurca. Including vote and active lupport will 4, I ur Stipt'rvl nr of Reglslrntlon. men that have gone befor m*. I am married and hove four by.. Nassau Countv that I am candldatfnr people of ollr... Counlv honest Impnrtlul r lied .1,1,I have been for 'veein,

the recreation progrum for the entire greatly appreciated n ,'unre o. ,,,,,"Idt. I believe in woiklng hard to obtaingoal If ,elected I pledge my member of the Hoard of Trustee. and courteous ..rvl.*. -
and If elected I will work
bt-te of Doildi hard .II of the ichools m Nasiau County I am married property owner
B. LANKENSIlIP8upt'rlnlendeDt fur III. olfuc if Saowvlsor of Registi of Humphreys Memorial Illstrlct GLFNN KITCHENS
The other committees; that I hive for the bet.rm.nt of the County and will couperal'* with tn* enllie Hopl.l. E. and business man engaged In TII.
'alien of Nassau C"a itv subject to NoI
been actively serving on. are: Vic* Your vl. .uppor will be appre.el. I School Board tor th* reulU:' Ih I King Phitn Shnu Fernandlna Beach.
tl\* May 8.h Democratic' Primary .'. .dt.:: I Importance of this ofPic I
Ch.lrm.n 01 ,. Dr.'n.p.e and T.nb\ I member, nf the FernundlnaBench
th Cnmmltt. on Public Instruction I waa born and reared In NamuCounty dAROLD E. FREDERICK In Ih* nperntlin of our hospllilMy I. I FOR CONSTABLE am
and Water C nservallon: Commit I chlrr.n.Yor ChamlKT of Commerce. member
und am the daughter of the late orilv obllgitlnn Is Io you. the ell I ,
ten tin Elections' ; Con.lltutlon.1A".ndm.n' John T Welsner, la candidate to I II YO,. and .upport I. coveted. Nassau Thli ilsliment ta Inform my nf Assn former member
A It (Lnnlei Jones. I sm th* wifecf lens of County li (serf inn mvdullea I M.r.h.II.
.: Public, Heillh; Public aucceed himself aa County Superlntendent Roy L Wlngatui. 1'.1; mother of two FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I II. 8lnierc.lv In the Interest 'anil welfare ofII I Ilrl.nd.. the people nf Districts I. ind I nf I I'nnldlna lieach Javceet. tinclassociated
Amusements and Salt Water Conner of Public Inatructton He waa daughlerri and a ion: Put Matron ofCillahan HENRY CLYDE 'NICKS tit* eountvt 1. nf mv candidacy fnr the office wllh the. Florida: Professlaiel -

vntlnnI elected, to the office In 1M8 Chapter Order of Eabtern, James T Nails. have qualified Ittl that mv *xp" >rlnc* In meet. I of Constable. I earnestly solicit your I Ivn Pnntnnraphere Assn
I did nit mlaa a slngl Commute* m teacher. coacl and prin I for the office of h. Your vnte and support will l>*
CI.I' Liar; a business woman; and *m actlv County Commissionerfrom aervlng the public and my of : dt rp : I .
meeting, during the ,entire session. In the public schools. Welsner In civic and church offalrs, I aman District 3. For Board of Public lutruotlon r and business experience qualifies; I i Yollr greatly appreciated

I am n-w serving aa Vice Chairman ro"hl used rI'nol tlclth"r. : active member of the Callahan I am 46 years of on the Select Houiie Commute on Baptist Church County for 13 vears I have I with to innounct that I *m tCandida ,".J the public as sub clerk the Police Department for 14 Venn TnOMA8 .r.rMil'
Water Reiourcea and am but with atate school officials, from been employed bv Container Corpora !* for reelection to the offlc* In the Post Offlc* for four nd mv experience as Pollc* Chief nfFernandlna
an Interim Committee I of the f\f 'I.I": all of whom h* haa had excellent coWeltner If elected I promts* to "perform the tlon of Kernandlna Beach for the past i of Board of Public Instruction Nassau years; C.loh.n experience Includes I I lienh makts m* w-tll:i i.

live Council, on riiherlea and NaturalReaourcea o..ratlon. duties of this office In *n ..Wol.nt.oourt.ou. 13 years and horn owner and taxpayer County District II' to Hi* lirte years ofl... and book qualified for the nffUe I seek, t hu\e I for Ocean Illdhway A Port Aulh.I .
laid that should h* b* r* end pleitant manner 18 Democratic primary 1 IBM for the Justice of also completed nn extension eiurse, In
yearaI ">t
I have been dedicated to th* causaof ,elected he would continue to ,exert pledge fairness to all and deep concern am oI.O: ; th* former t.eltle It has been mv on.tbOl., II I. my business .xpilenoei ', '' rtnllre work from the Unlvirslly 01'' hn\e iiuiillfled/ as rftUit*

gd government for you, th* fin* every effort to live Naasau County. for your convenience. Le Hlgglnbotham of Florida. mt-mber of th* Publo Initruallon are Cull.h.11 two \eiti on an Insurant'* 'I' Florida. for r.I"'Un to lh o..n kUgrwav.
people cf Nassau Cnuntv It la with students public! achonl teaching facllltlea I feel: that my previous experiences daughter of Hlllod. Higgutbotham for th* past debit; two vears business partner I hnve been lifelong resident ofFernandlna and l; -milji 11to
much humility that I again ask your ,equal to any In the stale. In Healing with: public Interests; In the former aherlff of Nassau During this tlm* I hint 1rl II:d"oy urx* with my huKbsnd lir our service ilj. .rh. own my own *lectrli Ihe Dem Hralli' primary bit.Way

Vtfto. an* *"" "uet a mTV rt from both ail Instructive and physl federal and State Census .Programs. County W* hav > daughter* which In an hontsl and efficient manner. alwaya :!< n operation' and presently own 'al contracting business her and a. :
CI.UDE: E. WINGATE cal standpoint. In I lorlda Legislature as pro f. have and are attending the public considering the high honor and and operate, :the Lury J and will continue Io b* .v.llnl. t duty I hav been imploved by Rayonler -
H* atated th.t.lI the schools of. reader; ind ultsmtn.hlp qualify m* schools of Nassau Integrity of thli offlc*. Poultry Firm. 1 am ,. Rr ".. In 'the office ht (' ". times. lie' for the past S4ears |n Ih*
Nassau County war* tully State accredited for efficient aervlce In this office. If Cly. of I am a manner if American IIM malnteniii I department, ammarried
I am an active of the Hed If reelecled ta this I urer the Nassau f.bel. : :: ti\o
FOR SHERIFF and that th* three largest. elected get Baptist Church and of the YuleeMy continue to aerv* all oflo. .h.1 Club I.eiflon Post 14 nnd a m.mh of th* wtiri Iwodiughleri tJ'

t. John fluy Barrow do hereby rte" *schools the In the Southern County Association were, aciredlld ofCollrgea Your vote. and actlv* lUpporMn mv P. Nassau County taking car* of yuurbusiness I hiv* two years attendance al Florida Psace Of flora A..o..lo.. .r."khlhh.n.I Fernmdlna Beach In
by b.hllif .. .11 olo..r. .' ."norriAted. Interest In the welfare and the In business and tftemlIv I promise, hln. andefficient .
b. like
clire mvself and mv aervlrea to be and Secondnrv Schools. Vorthweilern Blair College al ","'h.to service elnll.d uf DieIrli IHId' wllh mv parents' and h.. r*
at' the dl-po.al of the gnod Christianpeople Asked what his platform waa. he LOUISE ''JONII WINGATE progreeslon of our with th* manner ,'ha, Louisiana. peopl I allied' here since' that limeI .
la I. i, and 9 of Nassau ifreelecled
of Naiaau t thereforeannounce replied: 'Nassau Coun'y'a boa and i desire to serve my :cltlreni. Is I will alncerelv appreciate your If tlecl.d. I will .aerv *uih of you County have aer\el as m.'I' of Fermn.
ft"'r .1" my pledge to you n for vol and Id Iv* 10 the bf. of to the nfr.. Ynur "lt. nnd
to you a canfltdnte glrla deserve an ,education equil to COMMISSIONER thli office support l mv ability. i itlm I I support In my will greatly dlO He"eh one am, pr..nIY a Cll"Hie .
'ertlvBRENIH. h.hal b nl.
In the coming Democrntlc prlmarv that received by any other aludent I VAN2ANT "n"lool"n.r. .1' "
I If e'erled to thla office. tUllT UPI'It.d
promli* .
for the hlirh' offlc* of Sheriff ofNissnu In this State or Nitlon. I am work I hav qualified li candldat* fnrIh that I will be honeit alncere 'Just andPdoper&me C. CRATFY'FOR l J. W. (Jim) PETFRS Duncan L C'ltich' Historical Hoi ,
( I lorlria end will continue to work for I I I 'lily if Amelia the
Y"i\: ";\ hvg of lit* of Ouhtv CommrsslrmeisDistrict arid will i fulfill mv dullea1of II 1Ind. '
able take H iat the fen.1
I am ready and to their. interest No 1 (lernandlna Beach) in this very Important office In a FOR RfPITAL'TRUSTIEdl I dlna furl' ,
my place and to take my responulhlhtv JOHN T. WEISNER dlna Hand Purenta .
tie Democratic
; : gresvlve but ecnnotnlcnl mannerI FOR .
In Ciiintv I have a burningdmire rmrYM3."u a tli"n the of and
our hav been rsld. I CONS l'h."h.r C.mme.
I t earnestly aollclt vote and : : 1hmOlrl : i I '
to dignity Into the She-lffa I your a V I wtih la I inn active umpire the Lull*
put County for oxer It yean. t am sue aupport aa a candidate fir the office, I Iof I : ann -me* tha' am candidntt t wish In announc mv eimllilnrvlor
office For Supervisor: of Registration cessful builneismin ,.In "lernanrilnilieach County Commissioner from, Dtntrlct '' of lIoed of Trustees of. for member, of the Bmrd of mnslible f.r DMrlits ill Nun. I Leigue .nc ".nhl l.IU.. ,'
A true Sheriff la mt racketeermob I also an employ** of Rayohler Humphreys M.mola H".pll.l. NusKUU Trustees of Hlml.hrey. Memnrl, Unapltul sau' C unity I In t the Mav primary I I I am, Illotlrie h n1mh.
leiilpr a <;ertnpo chief. A true 'To th* cltliena of Nnssuu County: Incorporated 3. JAMES T. NALLS County Two .ublec .... 'nllnt. Ulslilit' Ni. 4subrtu I feel\ :llul:' I am 'I'I.' for this I of the lllrls' Cluu of A'nella lilancl. .
aherlff" la like a knight In shining ur, I hav qualified. for the office ofSupervisor I I am Interested In the food idmlnlitnillcn I to the Democratic primary lu tli* D"orll primary on offmn. having been In tnf rrrnIhe Inn proud t I h. a cltl/en nf Nussaci '
of Reglatratlon ihjcct to I W4 May 6 C unity enloy working f.r'
ir.frH Is thit h"nnr It ll that dignity the Democratic primary In M.'y. :the people 1 of County with nothing tovwnmint Io I II and all 'FOR'COUNTY 5'1 have been privileged to serve you I am 1Iiin.: .isndu mI'm.t of my .dult' County'.. ..rvlnl frunl1'MS ,nd serving mv coinmunlly and
.old.1 1
that I. Jorn Guy Birriw. am determIned I earnestly aollclt vour vote and hide nothing from th* : I II COMMISSION for the past six years is Trustee Counvj ; ires 1 :ti"pilol"J": the P"i"e Peni-t auu C unlv.tn the best nf mv anllttI a

to put Into this high otflr, lupport In the forthcoming primary I "I snd work with other .. I I t wish to announce to the voter ofNaaaau I and bellev* that during Ihl.m.. th* Terrell I of Yule*; hav* two children men! 1'1 to II wllh the I hnncsUy "I'.rlfrnntvn;:: andsunnit !.
nnd If elected to thla office "I hospital hUM mad considerable and now reside at Rt. On my my do
Thercfir*. I humbly aollclt your Important; ..lonpri efficient county govern County that I am candldat* I. BIX I 10. Ilil rernmrjina .. P.p.rt.Ile"t \
rJpl With vour heln en* with Oodlie'n '. I promise to serve you the cltfens, of .n.nt. for member of Nassau County Commission II*rdI "'""*. '

I will serve you well Nassau Couty win honor efficiency Your vote arrl active support In my District >. In the coming I.tr..ct.d.' I will da my Utmost.._ am World_War, If veteran. : mem- I been employed by'Conlllnir .: UnVSORENSEN _
If you will elect me to the hlCh of and according to the laws pertaining will be H.hiv ino'eclated D --- -- -- -- -- -
flee of Sheriff von cm rent aaiured to thli offlc. b.hal ODELL DEES If'tleewd: : PI "plVdfe that I will con

that there will be rlffl l. fir the mlnorltv I I will keen regular office hours five tlnue to put forth my *vry effort to

rule of the majority courtesy davi a week. which will err Me thorn the best Interest of our county us ,
to all liberty. and tustlc for all And having business with thli office to attend FOR COINTY COMMISSIONER Commissioner aa I hve alwaya don t.'

e,1'nomy In gnverirmcntIf to same, In a conven.ent und I aa private cltlr.en, official .
you reled me ti be your Sheriff courleoua ","" I ,'I.h l Io announce io th* voters of I feel I know the need* of our county I
.vni ron re"t aoaured that the preatlieof .Jjif L. ARFLN Naisau County that I am candidate: through close association with I I Its
Nmau, County will go up up and I for th* office of County Commissionerfnr problems having been In business I atYule I

ur. Ynur nupport la Invited It will DI.trle I. subject to the May 8 sine the age of 19 (with mv I

loon!! b. rermh..d, Your Inlorm.. For Supervisor of Rrglstr tlonI.nl"o ) and alao serving on vour
tlon and vnur questions. and your Having once held an elective 011. board from 1IM8 til January I
prayers '..*.' b. "nppec4 .t H Dorothy Jeffrevi Halogh wish to In DUtilct I In Nassau County IU55: now aervlng as member

JOHN: GUY BARROW ,, my candidacy for the office I years. during which tlm* I wa* litclou .... County Recreation 111
Sunervlaor of Registration lublect contict with Ihe, Hoard of Co.n.ty alon. since I93Th Cumnl.I

to tie Democratic Primaries in Commissioner*, I feel that I am county I* larg* and tie "

FOR SHERIFF May I qualified to hold thl* very Important short but I will try to se* all of COMMERCIALPRINTING

I waa born arM reared In Fernandlna I po.llon. Your vot* and aupport b*)
I. rerehv announce e candldat* Beach the daughter of the lati prot.*. If tltcted to thit oftlc*. .1
for t"rfflie cif sheriff of Naaaau that glv I sannt my undivided "TlAMES
Mra Hell l. Jeffrevi reside at to l 8. (Jimmy) STEVENS
County In Ihe coming Democratic prl'j South

mary John Biloeh. who Is employed with tl.. affaire of thli offlc* In progreialve
.. .
In olf.rlne m..1f O8ndlda'
economical. and manner
the City of herandlna lieach as Ul eul.bl. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
r"r thl. Imporl.rtl ollie.. I do .0 .lth Maintenance. giving the best possible lervlt'*
of Vehicle
the full understanding that the ftherIff to the "people of this county I. John I I" (Fredl' Armstrong. Sr ofCallahan
of St. Peter,
will I I"ull Tin* I im member I
a office requite my I am nsttv of Nassau did qualify on March 4. HIM
and, If .'"o'.- at vour Sheriff. I nlediethit Episcopal Church Countv and hav this area all
I lor the hign' oinc DUIIIV Cmimiasloner
1 will give my services full.tin e. I feel that my p"t. veari of exnerltnc my life I hav always been Demo. from ctlN t and rcpre: I Isentlng I
Tenfirce the l.w. but be Mr and aa Deputy, ti Mrs. Marie BStruia Icrat
all of Nassnu County I II
Impnrtlnl with evervone on matter) Duncrvlsnr of Reglrtritlonemply .. I am married. the father of thre* was birn In Hllllard I Hu : Feb 2A.j'j
romlnv '.> lie attention of the Sheriff qualifies me to hold thli ofIf I I I.hldrell. a homeowner and taxpayer. IMS 1 am married forneriDoris ,

To'< offlie alwavs! keep in mind that I *m n.., ,elected. t will' ,endenvnr to main behalf ; In Blvlns and w* "V..lh' chll l j I
my dren four bovs and one girl, Four of
. 'oryan' of tr* people nnd e< auch 'ttln the office at the high level on C. P. (f..rthtt.u"orl)
our children attend the Lallahun I
"Ill .nndurt U,. olllre 011 .n ..x""r.lon..d which It la now runVour 1 i
School Mv olne t. son 1s mi rrledla I
bu.In... m.n'. b..lI. 8avln.t..p. vote will be rnnreelited \ .
.. of dollnra DOROTHY JEJFIIEYS BALfM.H COMMISSIONER'I Thorn us ,( 1.1
era tlioimrM R a vear FOR COUNTY I"m'o self. n ro "lnl\my business I

I will cooperate fully ,with. the other chalrm-.ii of th* bln. .'. In (Ih. renter if Callu. j
liw enfircerrent aeencles: federal \
Hate end munl-lnnlltlei, I will ntoperate For Supervisor of Registration Naisau .rrtouI..c wish toannounc hal" on U. S No I : Wl 1

Kneed trapa In thl* enuntv I, Leroy Berrle. a native ion ntFermmdlna my candidacy for rteltc. am a member fndt'.o Call ihanHrit
a'low' to under Beach wish to announce l tlon ta County Commlesloner from Baptist Church: President I
jurlidlctlon nor .any operate my my eandldacv for the office of Supervisor District I ( 'l.oh.). of the Callahan Chambar of Com Is A With UsChech

A ..nie of filrnem In rlenllna) with of Registration, Nnss-u County In my tl' r.rIUfr: I hv m.ro.. Specialty .
our tourlata and beach vlnltora If we In coming Dtmocratlo Primary ofMny glv I n 'i to I My pldg. to you will b* honest
fair h.8. I Into our .o.r""nt the Ifnd :.tl t. r on.
are to continue recel/ktf our : ":: : n.no I
I I. "
ihnre of Ihla trade, I waa born In Brunswick Oa.. In of honoribl* Nr" to ,
Hmwer. all flaaront" traffic law 1007 My parenta moved to ternandin 'I O Haln. b laked num.nu.
vlnlatori. both cut of itnt* and local when I wal only flv* months Last Mav I rCtvd Jiyct* people ovr county t consider r )
vlll he apprehended and brought toju"r. old 1908 an epidemic' of polio food (ov.rm.ntad.. I wei ilto ihls high offlc*. I hav .t.nd.d. over ,
k.lnou the past yttri. miny of
.. here In Fernandlna" Of the my eoml.
All "pernonnel will be eerfu1! < fifteen children atrlcken with this sloneri ta the olflc*.of, I commissioners, I hav atudled th.1 I

.elected and properly trained In lav much dreaded disease only myself and the Commlislon. buriff.it for th* past vara
one other survived I am a collegi gradual!. working Having only on* vote In flv* an the

.nlorr..nt.Your vie and active support will I attended St Joieph i Academy andFerrundmn my way through father of family Board ul County Commissioners will your supply of Letterheads, Env.lope Business

be alnccrelv ariprfclite1I : High School. I furthered nf six paat president of th* Cham keep me from promising you anv
I education In Daytona lieach I her of Commerce. President of th* thing more than to do only Ihe very

!. S. (Herb) McKENDREE my aailsled mv father In the Insurance Fcrnnnrtlna Beach Llona Club Presl beat Job pisitble under those circumtancea ': I .

I buslaeaa until his death In I II:HI I. then cent if the M.r.h.l. Association Cords, Offiee Forms,' or any other of printing you

I united my brother in the cl .tilngbuslneaa anil icllve In oi ".. I hav* I will cooperate fully wllh the I klnC .
FOR SHERIFF teen .' real. of Nassau County the 4 commissioners in tl.al we
Thli In to announce mv runllrTacrto and resMoat tl't p \ each our obligiilmi' to
I am owner 'G.1. fulfil
aucceed mvralf. aherlff of Nae.auCointv HI South 5th St., am married and I am .1 time* itH.irclee our districts the county as f :may require and I tho quantity Is lo just give us a call. .

| aubject to rulei of the May have n" David 2'i' yean old I Broi. Com pay. hardware whole 1
Democratic primary. feel t.t'I am well 1 qualified to aerve store In t'.rn.ndl., Beach which I lielng tocited centrally In the mid

I believe that my twenty.four yearaexperience the people of Naaaau Courtly courteously m.OI. be readily .vl. die of District, No t will enable me
In this office quillflea meIn and ,efficiently, anyone who wishes to to itrvt that nnd m* Imm. r

aerve you In matters of law enforcenent If elected your Supervisor" of Reglitration me about ounty buslnau. dlatelyII rr
and on mv record aa your I will devota my full time With these qualifications. It It mv by my chine I don't get to visit' '
herlff for the pnat si* terms. I reapectfully to this Job desire to serve you again and I ach of you personally' It la n' t b* r 'If we hove printed for you phone will start

request your vote and aup I earnestly and sincerely aollclt humbly ask for you la vote for Harry cam* 1 hav* not tried but because nf b.oo cal

port your lupport In the coming Democratlc Pxil* on Mav 8 for County Commls the short tlm* .lIn.d. PI.a..upprt

A In the t ihill try to carryon electionThanking; sinner. District I 1. Fernandlna lieach: n,. with your vnt* and m* ,
< pnat
the duties of thla office In dlgnl you In advanc for your Thank you you on th* board of County Lonimla. our,presses turning as we keep a 'complete fie at our
fled efficient and eompetenl manner. vote and lupport PLE slonersJOHN
with falrnesa to all and apeclal favorato LEROY: BERRIE F. (Frt4t) ARMSTRONG. SR.

none I ahall ,endeavor at all times I '
to employ the moat competent oepu all'printirfg'produced our plant.

t""ra It la possible to secure. Fir SupervUir of Registration I With thli .nnoul.m.nt. I am seekIng FOR COUNTY COMMISSION

I .m mv own ..mp.lgn, trea.ure, Ildddock. the offlc* I wl.h to the Vot. ofN..lau
I. Kallirjn ITeenel. announce tl .nnn.hr. ,
National Hank la thre* of Nassau
Florid my I
and the Dlolrle comml..lon.r'l County tht I .m the
candidjiv for the oiflce olHuptrvlaor l.kln.
Onrvltorv. Ir' compliant with Florida my of of Nasaau I native Rigialraion frur..
El*..tlol ". I Ing lived my entire III* :{.* fifth I nth l district
II. J. YO\SGBLOOD\: County am gradual* of I and reared In Nassau 'Our their assured :
I I hav lived Iff Nasaau County forth I am married to khOI'1 Countv was and 'I have bee prfnter'tdke pride in work and you are
engaged In
paal 90 Man. 1 wa* educated In Lew la. and w* ar* proud ,
I the timber business la our countysine
FOR TAX ASSESSOR the schools of thla county and attended of two children \
graduation trim C ullahan
my '
I hereby announce my candidacy Business; College for i yeariI ; I am. and hav keen etrgsged In High School thirty four years r' :of and.
am married to K C Hadd >ck and the business. known aa ago a accunm jdb.
for the office of Naaiiu' Ciuntv Tax live at 41* South elh Street reman .met packing I feel that I im qualified to know nt.alen
Meat for th
lubteci to the Democratic. packets and handle th* of .
Assessor dlna lieach I am 8 member of the .n : pfoblems our county I
I ,
prlmarv of MaY Dili 1M4I First Baptist Church past year and I ..I appreclat your vol andaupport
Inclination, t rve .. county
My you
In Milliard .
been nelf emplnved
I have
Befor offer myself
deciding II '
a'me 1X3' I am nn active member offirst a candidate for the Reglktrar s office. m*enmml..loe svral years, we ago, In seeded my businessI within, D. P. MADDOCK I II
Biptht, i hureh a Trustee ..ndSund.v
I studied, the duties nnd procedure of have traveled. and discussed the 'PHONE
School teacher I this feel t
ufflce 1 that I am well qua.1ified good
I presently nervUfa; mv Dlh year I various problemi tai you people FOR COMMISSIONER
nin to discharge then* duties to your hav.. enncernln. J-.. the COVT
M MilliardI
M of Town
aa "lyor the secretary of Nas.iu satisfaction Bo.rd ot N..u Conl Cmml..lon. I hav qualified for the office of I 2613686or
am present Chest United I will sincerely appreciate your vot* .... ) County Comml sti>n r. Fifth DistrictNassau .
. Community
Fund Ciunlv for 2nd year I.m. member of of etinWenr* iff the Mav Sth primary. I feel. that with My buskns Mr- I County in thai coming Ueiriucralic '
KATHBVV ITeenel HADDOCK know all of you the farmer,
Milliard, Botjry Club aervlng as phn.ry.

In 1)31' Mm and of l' 3Received Action'. awafd In I th the*r.hl.I. ...tne of housewives the varlou* and mdustrlee I what I am It I U rh pay 'taxes owner and know 2613687: .. .

I 'For Supervisor of RegistrationI In our emmunlt. If elected to his mat Important WWStfAMR.Poitic
With thli andrespectfully offlc* I pledge to citizens .F5NANI I I
I pledge an efficient offlc where .m. native of Irwin County AU o
you are alwata welcome with well < eorgi*. but hive been resident! of solicit your InI' and very part of H.. thai
fur Dta. i ..'ill lue all of my efforts
trained personnel Assessing all taxes Florid for M yean 14 yeara of aupport county .ml..I. > t work aa

on fair and )u.-haeia .| "tiling wnMi. "ha.e. tnepefit -hi ,Wavsau tnettrmo. In 1h* eamiMf MIIMS.IMM murbsl 'I County :
Interest C"o'1
necessary fund for the progress of County. primary ;
Nassau Count v.. Its schools and all Its I reside at 103 South loth Street In Thank yo for giving m* thlachanr County.
people wth no unnecessary burden onanvone Fernandin, Beach with my husband *. vote and active aupportwill Your vot* and ,up I

and to alwaya protect your Henry L. Kitchens' who la a captain I h deeply appreciatedJ. .nd will b* *"* .. ,')

fcomciuad. I with Ute feriunduu Bench Pulic F. Ublel CUXTON W. BELL _

r r r -.-: Ten- News-lender, Fcinanclma- Deach, Florida: Thursday, April 23, 1961

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f F. B. H. S. Athletes HoporeAt Annual l Sports Award Banquet t I I I I Defeat Concora Redlegs Hornets;'

s x BY tlKT .ORDbV; 111 2
--- Tuesday
Billy Martin. Minnesola Twlni ,

a' n I base'bill 8tout, was guest speaks r.--.. .....
w., for the annual Jcrnandlna Bend BY CURT COKDON

High School fuel ball-baskclbal l e / The trrl nra llnrnels) ij ldl'd
.1-.1M banquet held last Thursday evenIng I I Wayne DIIlsIn, and Jf( Lfrj'r by
v I In the high school cafeteria, ( handed; (last" joars Llnl trn

s Martin I told of his baseball ex, Chumps an ll-2 defeat I hl're Tars.
F perlcncis with the New York Yan | day night
M beer. and III his former room, Six rims '(fa the first
males, Joe 111 mil 111110 and Mleko the Hoi'mis off lo s gmd Inning! M

7 7rrP Mantle, /He told the players! to ( I a fourr,0ffh' / Inning tart l lt.\ and!

I work haul" during (their lifetimes, game (easily for the Comora mean ilk!.
because one can't
get something I AI BenaUU colic'cled i
for nothing 1 I ass 10
lead the Hoi'm'Is In hltt nn
George/ Tyson Pirate baseball Billy leipcr and David sat

I coach, Introduced Martin and muck !gelling the other lilts fir the BIIlI'fl1 yin,
a lew coin mi'n n about the l'J6!! 1 acre .*ijfrrd ,

and Pirate Is baseball undefeated learn fur which the was., ;,; A a s as Ccokso'itWG() hits led flt ,(.d,.
seusuiB ; wv
"' RI 7 1 T' legs with fcb Godwin: Tim |Ji> ,
/II S.
Principal Ray Ouunh j 1 Is, Joe Rfteleffr, Mark )bivu:' lot
was the emcee for the evening ',
1 Jim
r Avery getting hit slur the L..
and complimented the parents fur ; crs,

getting tcKHhir and putting on ;. f ...r,_ LINE SCORE:
the banquet; for the players :Mrs' 'il-, ': Redltgs 200 (lion j ,
Mike Plkula, Mrs flasket Rice ...$ RECOGNIZED Concora 610 (MX
MJ; ) TYSON, stellar quarterback and captain of the '6J Mrs, Ralph Wood, and Mis Gee -- '- 4Cook's
Pirate football !squad recenes rge Tyson served on the pluiminu ('HIP( WOOD receives a trophy for being: named Mont basketball was Ronnie Sapp, center \Mlh Sipp were I -
a tropny for being chosen '
committee for the occasion Valuable 1'l.ner on Ihe 63 Pirate football Athletic
team. At 'Director WII'nelenner/ telt and head basket
by his teammates to lead them during the past season Cough Introduced head table as Coach Wayne Kenner made :
the the
guests award ball
were coach Hob Stover, right :Mike Cook, who also mlldeullronCerem'e I LaundryCcjnOpcrafed
Making/ the presentation! U scaled ut the left to
Head Coach Wayne Henner. head table as. Nan. right Principal nay fiouifh, Kenner, !Supcrlnten-i
saw School Superintendent and I dent of Public Instruction John \\elsner, and Assistant was not available when picture'I was made

Mrs. Julio WI'Isner, COl'h11111 1 (inches Ited Jtean Georfce.T>'Non and Bob Mom.
:Mrs, Wayne Benncr. Assistant
Laundry and
Prinilpul and Mis Ben, Stover, ,I -- --- ,- ar Dry

touch und Mrs ned heart and ; David Johnson, Danny FulUH l .I Jim teilxlt' Pi'he I'oull'. and CleaningMrs.
Couth mid Mrs George T\HIII, ll Billy Miller Steve Bevllle. Duine |I Harry MillsBaskclbill,
Wayne Hdincr also high stluinl, lion I,ind. and Chuck lIu\\t'd., Dork Howard,
athletic Initlor. made a short Coaches) George Tyson and lied ehierleaders awarded \
I letters were Judy II dm, Gail 1 MeKinclrce Manager
talk and
picsetiled football lettersto lie,in were In charge of the team, ,
Sue ,
Hit pi ivrrs, Chip Wood Ned; bilph L ibu PiyecAigc llth & Beech
Football cheerleaders Stress;
Tyson. and Hutch Williams receiving Shirley. Maine Htm land,
prcMiikd note Idlers were. captains Margie I Diane Podo)) Buibara Tucker, and
tlucfycar litters. and
I Uicwlm and Cindy Henry, TildaScarLxro Connie Cass,
were named to the All.
Judy Vranckcn,. Bobbie
C life re nee 1-notbuil I I Team I A trophy was presented< to Ned
; ; : I Bitlin, Laura Lathmp. Joyce Tay.
Two.ycur litters; went lo Joe Tyson for being IccUd\ as cap I TERMITESSWARMINGI
t IIH, Gail Vanu. and Edna Jane
Thrift George Shell iclel, Kirby ,, Sherman;: : :: loin for the foothill tram and to '
Hrndilx, and Jerry Beard who' Chip Wood who WHS named Must
made (Iho Conference team Baskelbdll letter were present Valuable player These Iwo si'Ice.tlons .
Curtis MeCorsley, Alan Cover I''cd by Coach Bub Mover to the were made by the buys on '
Richard Nobles Steve Beckett follow Ing boys Mike Cook, Hon. the team i .

Ray Row, and Richard Sehomas ale Sapp/ Joe Thrift Chuck How. During the program the buys J"j 1 ,
'ard, Benny Alvarez Mitchell I' ',
also Cdrned two.year letters picsentcd a trophy to Dr Bradford
First year letters went to Jack I,I rclra, Richard Nobcls, Richard White for being the team phvsl- I ? '__ tJ-.
Barnluk Mike, Pikula Mike Rice, Schomas Ted Stcgcr Steve BIT.I clan during the football season call (<
{ A SHARE OF THE HONORS at the banquet went to Dr. Ray Cox, ken Forehand, Carl Anderson V I I belt. and Richard Sapp, Stover "Doc" While was always on the ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL PLAYERS recognized I

Bradford While, left who Mike Mala, Benny Alvarez I praised Ray Arscnault who though bench with the players not missIng at the banquet were the above four Pirate gridders. Left
wan presented a trophy Ned I I Ineligible to play this ,
by I season still
Wayne Arnold, Beryl Rice, a single the
Barry game during en. to right, Ned Tyson, Jerry
Beard Coach
Tyson on behalf of the football was present at every practice session Benner, Butch
team. White tire
was cited Rice Tommy Clark, Buck Bibb I season at home or on the road. tor Ih* sobs N ymir bone
4 n'or serving/ as team physician and not mlsslna a single and Randy Price, and game He accompanied Ned Tyson presented the trophy: and Chip Wood
on trips kept score
-' Managers receiving letters wereJim -- I
at home
game the
or on road.
: B.Team members
1I111elll'lI. Mike receiving let'
Rylant Jimmy
_. _.._ .
0 Bird, len Included Steve Bevllle, Dickie
-- -- Jerry
.. .. Bunch Perkins John-
-- sin; and Mike Phillips, Wood, Tyson Fox Billy Miller, Johnny Wclsncr. Standard
The American Cancer Siclety brings the
and Sheffield are going to you first new
i WITH says slime cancers can be pic school at Catauba next year to

JOHN E. ( ) veined, Research has shown that seek higher lame on the football Golf Association '
most lung cancers are caused by
Jack field
tliarclte: smoking, Skin cancer compound since EthylMethyl
MAT B team letters were awarded lo|
lJ.JI't WSBeal ran direct be caused by over-expc sure to James Ferguson' Harry Mills. i 1 Sets 4-Ball Play
sunlight However of
Qualified For Governor one I Billy Boyettc Bud Strickland Ar.
your best protections
tluir Knottlcs Doe Burgess Tom For
I t Authorlaed by C-npaikn raid I Pul Treasurer Adv. death from cancer Is an annual Tllman. J, P, Allen, Bibby Johnson I Saturday

J: __ health clittkup, Sieve Carver, Frank Flame. .
:- ...:...___ ._ ,, The Fernandina Beach Golf
; ,
i soclatlon announced (his AIIo'' .

limp pairings are complete for : ,
best ball of foursome tourney on .

;. 'cOme2trld'S 100,000-Mile Durability Champion Saturday This Is, the type competition that I

has been the
: most popular with
equipped In Africa Comet showed its stamina in
e '64 Comllll'l'I'tttr't'Paveled!' : day and pain. kcal !golfers! and heavy paiticipa-
night 100,000 the wildest/ ride on earth -th. monsoon swept
miles at over 105 miles per hour an un East African Safari Rally, 94 cars started Only tlon Is expected, w1y, ,
: equaled feat of stamina and Each) team will have a captain
durability 21 finished
the run-two of them were Comets
aa who will play from scratch Three L 1
a ether golfers Mill make up the _
rr rr foursome with each receiving a tY

handicap, -

a The "A" player will receive "
a. strokes on holes 2. S. 8 and 11. .' : f

I "B" players will get their -. ... ; a
strokes on holes 1. 3. 7, 19, 15 and aAt.

18 .f.Y .ort.
"C" |liycrs! strikes will come ,

r on holes 4, 6, 0. 12 13, 14. 16 and +
17. I.

Inlrv fee Is $1 and prUes total
us $110 In golf I merchandisewtlli' I
be given, The I teams made up' Of t'I' \

minibus of the Golf Association' |
a x are is follows:
r na, t., + Andy Allan III;; Steve Spelter I

rr frank Lambrlghl, Gordon Butler,'j I

,. Bob Askins Art Kcnshaw.' Pole )
iLram! Tom Digby ,
tillM.ii. Casey Jim Webber Bill )

a I Green, Harry Sihlman.
ReuN N Harry Pale Ham Hamilton
; IM Herbert Luke Harry Taylor
1 ride an Fd Junes. Carl Swanson .AI 1
-'. tunas stiller. Ben Clarke .
I thouh ICs hurt, Tom Lannon, Ed Boner Bill
of Ahlaa.r
larelie, I Don Brown .
Bill Mcllm, Jim Clark, Burns I
I Bailey. John Burnlukrred .
Osleen Cecil Loplein A.II. 1
I. 11,11'I11'1'! J, T, D inn unJolm .
SI'Mhul'U. Juries Tomlln 11

son, I U W ltmner; Bill ItixlcffcrI .
I Tom Shave, Gus LOll ('1I81eln, H
John Gieury: Jerome Spence

Jesse Tlner Buddy Burgess! t'IMPM ..
I R'YM' Pond kninaucc Reynolds,
aR t,. C Situ+e. DIn,' Rubl'rts. Cecil
111'1\lon, Walter Preston
Rub Cede; 'on, K. M Forehand

t Bob Rim-ey, O I U. UnehGeo to
Tyson. Hub Bailey, Em.
I cisin Fiver, Uuisulin. .,y..3uwaaa. w.a

Rudy Turk, Jack MeElheiincy, 1 rar 'vRL
C W.. lluuard Hugh Stone
Leads the sales success parade! Dave Smith, Archie Smith E. V
Garcia, Diruin !smith, ..
I I Is II any surprise that Comet sales are up '10 mites Of African mud rocks and jungle-th. Joe suirbiro. Ben Groce, Ray t
I almost JOYble last years?Comet proves what f first to carry America colors in the world' Landrcsn Tom Tlllman
I It can am.' Alter 100.000 miles at Daytona, toughest car event Want more reasons'Just s Gl>nnVuii discovery
one ul these !
special I.innii
Comets has traveled take a look at this new Comet Husky llwpir& / llolllngswoilh I Methyl-
another ( I 000 and is Itll, going strong Then beautiful" and bull. really bull Make racy Del Tlu' ib ild, Pun Uaugherlv steps, up octane performance IiO effectively that it slops ,puwer.

i i lIy'equ'I'P.d' i comets slogged through 3.183 tracks for a Comet at your Mercury dealer. Bill !Millir non (Dim ling, knock better than any other antiknock compound Methyl wasting
Ray Caldwell, Jim Pearson, BubPhlniuy I spreads i
e, more evenly throughout all cylinders of .
c'' ,ney'I Mij Skyway it In*FOld Halo' Company Wonder Rotunda,. New YOlk Wjild fi,r Jdm Keirsey, extreme your stands up under .
DRIVE A 'INNE -AT THE HOME Of CHAMPIONS" Bibotti, Ben Shave. Pence temperatures! And it's in Standard gaaolmes (Crown anti
-YOUR MERCURY AND COMET DEALERS Entzmliwr: :Newt Roberts t Crown Extra i i. at no increase m .
I Jolts Guest Jick Vann, John I I price! Another important way that

.. LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY Baxter, Jeff Bowers I, lie take better care of STANDARD '
sour car '
Dirk Burnett. Bill Chllds Bob Oir n.w r-r.i.rv ut )1.1.i i ] ,.
'"'? Breslin Fxteen CorbettRefiohnunti hnwpn l ,dud iiiii tha mw sin 11.. t I'"II\1.dem''klor.otkoG'.ump!> .
I'I YOUR FORI r-}:ALER SINCE: 1910 will be served andpitzes Ju.'w..d..u.liD M"ll\l I gmlini. u ,A01Ctaae OILra'e I M_
I awarded at S p.m, ty.


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News-Leader, Fcrnnndina Eenclorida Thursday, April 23, 1964Pace! )Eleven
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NEWSLETTER St. Michael's Guild Holds Installation
.... people with lilc-savlni tacit nbiuil, Ted Hitchcock -=
-' 1964 April Cancer cancer to provide mare I>
BY GEORGE SMATIIERS r Father Daniel Cullen assistant clan with latest fads about I Named To Circle=

CIVIL RIGHTS POT BOILS I may have crossed! over and voted pastor of SI Patrick's Church In 'Crusade Underway lion and treatment 'to "YSI.1 K At LaGrangeTed
In the Democratic! primary, the Jacksonville' was guest speaker at more selenlistJ l In the growing
With the surprisingly! Impressive I fact M. Michael's (Juilil Installallcii sl'HrC'lI flelil, and In t inpplv' more Hitchcock a itrmlmilc of
still remains that this
showing registered!, by Alabama I significant vote of protest against was a dinner held Wednesday at the Seaside In Nassau County service 'to cancer patient." said Fc rnanrima thuds IIIUh Srned) ,l
Governor George Wallace In the' re. Restaurant Father Cullcn'n Mrs Oxley II and sm of Mr and hb's. Ci' urge
the bill not In the South bin I ; :
cent Wisconsin Presidential! Prefer! I M Ililehcoek if 203 NorthUlh..
In the! NORTH. topic! was' 'Vocations and the Religinus II i "Lastear the Naim County
The American Cancer
core Primary still fresh In all our Life Stroll, was among: those lipped"
This bill as It came to us from [ will Brnm use UK llme-trled: theme Unit of (the Amcilc m Cancer So. ,
.mlrfAs, I feel that It would be ap. i f< r iiieinbt, cutup In the LaUf' "
proprlate for me! to examine with the House of Representalivcs, IH The installation ceremony: was "To CHIT Mine, Give! Mure." eiety rimed (1417 of w.ilth;, $4)9() I Cillexe chapter iif ( h'ce-t! ( In.
you the Issues Involved In the I' one of the most Ill-conceived and conducted by Mis. Clayton Sanders during (ho annual April Canter ''WAK Memorial Gills tu d Civil 'Rights battle of 1964. potentially most dangerous pieces treasurer of t St. Augustine: Crusade Mine people! Hum CUT I I or'Mm/ation, .
Granted that Republicans of legislation! that I have sein in Deanery. The newly Installed if-. Mrs Margaret Oxlcy, Nassau before me aw IIP" tint taiicor Is ill'mhl'lhi" In thehiH'i" 'C
;. many I more than 17 years I have served I a t a liters are, Miss Helen Criflm, County chairman for the I'M! Cru. an omorm-mv" pnblcm," sold Mr fh'ipler which I is sponiorvd: by

the people of Florida In the C.n. president: Mrs R. L. Schuillng, imde, said the the Srciriv< will Oxlcy, "we lire confiUi that t ouieoiinlv due I-nOnum' < Kiwnu' 4's.. il
try A Classified Ad vice president, !Mrs S. L. HJW. I lisa continue lOllsI' II* fnmlllur will do even hotter this bend on l iclcrihlp, sitlciljrfslilp,

areas of the United.. Stales. :land, secretary: Mr. DuPtmt Row.: i slogan, ". ''lIht Cancer With aCheckup year: anti ihur/ ,I'tir ,:
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land, treasurer Mrs. Charles llarlison "
i mid a Check" fur (birth -
pailiamcnl.irian, Mrs I 1),
slouims nix-' meaningful, i ; (In Anierl-
B While, chaplain I cult tlliensAm .

The! circle. chairmen are, Mrs 'II SAM COLT
..- Is t CIIlIl't'r Control) Month
N. Green, Sewing! Circle; Mrs ind I the Hmiiinl tlilu' for funds" Inwlreiidv

I'KTUKED AT THEIR 1 INSTALLATION DINNER held Pont Ron land und Mrs. W'I unilri iv In N asset Conntv .

: JAMES T. NAILS Vt'ednehday at the Seaside Inn are the new officers of I Long 0.ir Lady of l.ocirclcs; Mrs Oxlov has npptlnted t Hie COI N COo -.

SI, Michael's Guild with guest speaker. Father Daniel Janina Plkula and !Mrs. R. Clark, follow'Inn ccmmmiltv IcjnVrs1: : Kirn.inilmi '
CuIIen: of St. PutricVn! Church :n Jacksonville, standing : Beach' house-to-hoiike
i Our Lady of Dolors>>; !Mrs. MalhiaJFlala.
right' : and Put her Leonard Duncan of St. Michael's Our Lady of Fatima; Mrs. campaign, MIR Wnn: K. Wolmirbusiness :
mlirllntlnn, F.vcrl:
Candidate For Church. Rented, left to right, are, Mrs 8, L. Rowland, Gary Bunch and !llr'l'lma: Gil. di
Ii i Helen (;iriffin.' president ; and Mm. 1)I It. White chap Father Leonard Duncan, pastor Owens' Ciill.ihiiii, !Mrs T, II. Wc-l's.! WHITMAN POLDKRS: Regular jl:!5c
lain. Standing left to right are Falher Duncan Mrs of St. Michael' (Church congiatu- Jr : Ililllnd Mrs Hcllv Knhin-

. Dul'ont Roe land treasurer; :Mrs Charles! Harrison! par ,( laird the new nfliiers. and thanked a'nlild, ; coined riil/ms Mrs, 4 For $1.00
'County Commission : the members of the iuild for the1'wofk
liamenlarian; and Father fullen.I .. (they had accomplished In I Alico IIll'd WHITMAN I'LAS'IIC Tl'UES' Regular 2 For I 13c
tW'\ Thl'''' (')mlllll"11 Hill ho assisted
I past year: ,
I : hv several hunched. other citlenswho $6.00 Per 100
Ion ,
WOILD iONKKK "SlI'hltlOK our \puhlie Idxsupporti'ilBthlHIIR "Harry Puole WUH master of ceic-

DISTRICT NO. 3 I iticiirs- I mountain' / ai'lKIIIIHTll n new attack, that:upon she Girt I U. mines The "Woikcr for the of excnum therar"! award Konirllme will mil.id between. their now and neighbor April JKWKL: : l.rSTLR I Regular $!l.oT>

I I I urn In favor or all AmcrliMiiH i This lime, she Is making an all. was' presenlc'd to Mrs Alhl'rlUIIIIIl'hal.rt 10 In ask bid n donation to flip Mil.ti.ihlo 90c
of every race, color nr treed be. I oul effort to elimm.ite lie I words : wwk' of I the American Clin-
by Miss Helen (irlllinpresident. \ .
!"'" j I tog able to use! I the riuliU !:uirni. I "under Ciod"; from our nitlnnili ; AwanN also rer SoclelvTin1 PLASTIC PACK(: I INSERTS KeKiil.ir :5lc i(
: !
A Man Who toed under our Consttutlon and were HIVCI- I hpiisi..io.iiiiiHi|
I i
Pledge (if Alli-Kl.ince.. campniunIII
I to Mrs K, Keller. Mrs llsilir'Peterson.
t't. 'the Bill of, Rights. However lifter WHAT VU1.I KK NEXTT ElfoiHto / I'I : Jr?. and I' : Mrs UiiPont: :I"; I II I lint lie Bulled In iiiio il'iv' nr 45cPI.STll'

Desires To a very thorough: study of thin proponed knock hue the Mullo "In Und I\ Rowland' I ttcck. hut' mil conllime tliiiniith: :'l\'i HOLDKItS Regular 10c
legislation, I have come to
, I We Trust" from use on our nIl. the month of Apid
" t. 1 the comhiskn tint what this llon'i coins and ell- ; .09c Ten or More ..08cPAPER
,""i <> currency or "All or us jiclnill Ihl1llnl''r I Inin
; 'riKliti bill' silks to dii Is to trestle mlnatlun of C'linpllim for Local I "
j our our
Serve ThePeople \ >;, Horsewoman urgent pn Mom. said Mrs '
; new rights; for' a> minority of our I men and women In the armed Oxley "Ahniit MINK) PITKIIIIS wilt 2x2 HOLDERS ReKul.ir 2 Fat| 5c

t' clll/ens -. RlvlnS-'thcm, Sl1P :R. forces develop l'III1"I'r In l4 There will $i.90 Box of 100 .
of Ion lilGIIPS' ovirjtlio remaining TAME Takes First Placen
:.' I be niine lli.in 2IIIMKIO) deaths from ,
rwr ,.<< cltlrcns. This, of eni rsf, wan never IIM.NT: U'OU.D HIP disease Mils t \\''CARRY-: A COMPLETE: : LINE I (II'\ COINSIITLIF.S ( \
j the Intention' of our forefathers ELIMINATE TURK.IT yi-ir
Nassau County ,,: ; ,< I Space here ptuhlhlH/ me from Endurance RideBY "In the fare or (this we moot AT THESE: SPECIAL LOW PRICES

*" going Into detail.ix the various i My resolution calling for the waste no time In developing now Indian Head Pennies 4 Dif hates! $1.00.
t: "f Constitutional Amendment would
{ Efficiently !I'ltlcs and sections of this bill and cut the )legal ground from under MARY ANN RIDER cure fur cancer and better dotcc- Liberty Nicklc ;:1 1 For $1.00:
their Impact on our nation In ;
subsequent editions: of thin Newsletter those Individuals and, !groups In Carolina Trail Rider, Inc! lion loilinliiioii| Lewi lime IIICUIIH I nUflS'Ii: !' U MONEY: ORDERS WELCOMI5 1

'Honestly and : I hope to be able to do this this country who neck tu litlxule The first annual/ Competitive 40 lost HVOH. The Society's broad re. '
,. with you. all reference to the Divine Creator Mile Trail Ride sponsored by search program Is geared to this SAM COLT COIN CO.

from our public life. It would Carolina Trail Riders, Inc, and end Its education: and service pea .
"Economically.YOUR SCHOOL PRAYER AMENDMENT make it crystal clear that It Is the run over Tryon trails In the two ; :
I grams i arc saving! live now 'To I all W. Adams Street Jacksonville, Fa!
: INTRODUCEDLast Intent of the Congress and I the: Carolina last ,
Saturday April
.. I week I Introduced a Joint People of the United States thai I'' Is now history As usual 18.\\ Cure Mare Give Mare; rt.tI'ets.1. Nut Affiliate
-" prayers, Bible rending: rcllKlouf of our di'lcrminatlon to reich morel I
were expressions joy, sadness
Resolution S. J. Res. loll, providing .. ......
I hymns oaths, pledges of alien- -- -- --- -
Constitutional Amendment and discontent, but all In all the
VOTE AND SUPPORT far to safeguard a school priyers: lance and oilier references to 1\ I'venl'al' a success with the weather .
reliance upon God In any public
Bible reading, and Deference to a coopcrallnii very ucncrously
document: activity, or
reliance upon God' ''II our mil Ion's ceremony The ride proved to he a battle
In any governmental school, Institution Times
public schools and., >iibllc affairs between. Arabians and QuaitcrHomes Changing
or place are constitutionalThis
You will\ recall that In Juno of last ,principally, with 1 the
resolution would also Include
: dis'Id.I:;: I
year, the U S, Supreme Court In phles i In each division being
i use tax-supportcd Chaplain
controversial decision ed: equally between an Arabian
a highly", :
In our armed forces.
decreed thut nchool\ prayers and and a Quarter Horse

APPRECIATED Bible reiiling were unconstiulion- I CUBA: CLAIMS LEGISLATION: Mrs Lucille Kenyim of South 1 Require Progressive Leadership

al Fletcher Ave. riding Zj/a-Za. anArabian ,
I Last month, I Introduced IrKis 1 I II
Just the other clay, the smut was the 1 winner of the
Paid Political Advertisement Baltimore, Maryland mother who latlon tu help those American citizens I trophy and the blur ribbon In the I
led the successful fight again! who had their property In Heavy Weight Division. The same, i
school piacriiMl pibia reading communist Cuba. seized by K lilt-1 honors
..... ..___ A. Castro In the Lluhtwclulit Division ELECT
went to 12 year old Delorcs .:d- I ==
S. 2023; provides: for the reimbursement wards of Anderson, S. C. rldlnu I -

of U. S citizens whose "Our Jim," I Quarter nurse Bulh

property and asset were confiscated riders and horses were In top

Support, Vote for And Elect by Castro through the UK shape.Interesting It would to have have seen been these real two I DEAN B. BLANKENSHIP

eyw-, I of blocked Cuban assets In this teams (riders and horses) compete .
country, now estimated at about
against/ each other -
$200: million. This sum would bt M

LOUISE used loans tu up support to :30 per U.cent S, of government the vall I the,Mrs.Heavy: Kcnynn: Division not, only but she won alsowon In / AS YOUR ::

award for
an the cleanest and
l dated claim, or up tu DO PIT cent
I id lent stall. Chuck
If the loan 1s to be used for reinvestment Johnson ufhpartanburg
In Latin America under S. C was awarded n SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION =
ribbon for
JONES an Alliance fur Progress-approved showing the best sports
manship. aw
project. *...

a Under International law, Castri r'1 1 Fully Qualified To Serve
and his hemhmen: are legally: ob Recently: events In Latin America .
WINGATENASSAU llgatrd tu pay for the proiH-rtict) have taken a turn for the bel E
YOU and YOUR Children
they have seized from our na :
ter. I am greatly relieved bv
lonuls He has sidled fully that sutras til the antl.s'nmmunisl
he Hill nut be bound hy lon ..establlshed Ihl'l |
COUNTY international proceduresSo significant volution In victory Brazil It for represent the r- w .-NOW!

I cannot set any reason whya
of clcmorracy and a blow In the
new on I
Caslrn-enmmiinlst: dcslunsof Imposing
leans. economically upcuklnu! cannot their diH'trlnes on the free: a w J M.S. Degree, Auburn ::
DEMOCRATIC: PRIMARY: be achieved Iliroimh the
;5) U'I'of -
of this
UAtions hemisphere a "k j University Z2
blocked Cuban assets In thin
The electoral victory of haul
country Congressman Dante\ B .
"The best qualified, experienced woman to serve'yAueVi-: '( Fascell of Miami has Introduced J/oonl.signifies President an endorsement of Ven"7.uI'hlIKn: of democracy 15 years teaching *=

in woman's ). ,v Identical legislation In the House 'r :
a by the Venezuelan: peo.pie Px =
\ 1I1t of Representatives and we are who braved communist! bullets I. ub experience

I, LOUISE JONES WINGATE, Uti your Sjpervlnor of Registration, ,,:II/! ;: pass hopeful this for bill.ENCOIRACINO,sufficient support to to! cast their ballots at the polls lb t N 4 Years at Yulee as =;

resident fair impartial courteous and efficient fcervlceA\ 1 am particularly pleased by ; Teacher-Coach *:
1. GIVE emery SIGNS IN the firm and Just manner In which ii t ;

2. DEVOTE full time to the job and holl no other county or pr\\nie'M.\ LATIN.. .AMERICA. .. President Johnson handled the dls- ? fir t. 7 years at Callahan as :
-- -
I pule with Punamn By refusing! to Teacher-Coach Assist::
3. WORK diligently and constantly! to keep the registration rolls up ty date at all iciepl preconditions to a Kettle + I ;

times, as .well as making a special ef:Tort to register all new residents. I WIN WITH mint, (the President: preserved our 4 ant Principal -.
JOHN E. (Jack) dmnily, as a nation without con- I'
LOUISE JONES WINGATE can and will demote full!! time to the job. resting, any of our legal rlifhu In i

I MATTHEWS the Canal Zone. Secretary-Treas. Nassau;

A vote for Louise Jones Wingate is a step in the right direction BeNt Qualified For Governor I I lean In throe matters and the other President I.ntln" Amer-has I,: ;, .. County Recreation w:

P.iH ''',llIlu'' AdvtrtlMnifnl PAid Piil' Am' I I been ably assisted by Thomas I Commission :::
!, Authorized by Campaign TtiaHurti, Mann, the recently ippolnted ht ...

---- -.-- -.. -- 0 -- ._. .. -" I olHtanl Srorclary of Stile for AI'I
-I in American Affair. Long i A Vice-President!; of the
f.t ;:
I bin new assignment I I that Nassau
MU'hI (HTsun he placed under the County U
Buck BuchananNASSAU '
Elect D. H. PrcsMint', with full authority for Chest-United :

dealing with all Latin American, ''
'I Fund :?
COUNTY TAX ASSESSORA I im confident thaI t Tho. I'I'mlllh'ri.
toss Mann who combine a prim-

veers matte of and exp'rirnce rcHllstie: approach In latin America with I I I Served as President of i:?

Proven : will prove a v liiabl<> aK".t''' I the County Education :35;

in promoting our policies there. 'I Association and in leadcrsh.p capacity on the state ancr.-:

BUSINESSMAN f ; s You are invited AKOIT Tilt: /NEWSLETTER' : : j jI levels
I want! this to be your Newsletter county wAn :

ADMINISTRATOR to ask friends I want to discus here the i
your vital issues of the day In which active member in the Callahan Methodist Church and;

and and neighbors about you are Interested.: Let me have I serves as a trustee -
your comments either pro or
CIVIC LEADER "Buck's" dedication con and -what concerning you would this like Newsletter to see A fully qualified candidate with proven ability for the office:,'

here of Superintendent tZ
Dedicated to serving to those
Please pass this along to your ew
friends and associates. I shall be

all of the people he servesYOUR I names more, than to my happy mailing to list add their Move Forward With New Leadership'

of Nassau County

A 18-memher' committee of Florida Your Vote and Will Be Appreciated
businessmen was named to I' Support E

study a proposal that. the FhrMa l lPaid
VOTE A>U StrrOKT l.KtAlb
APPRECIATEDPaid Political Adv.rll.ement Development Commission be abul.lihed ''I PollllciU AiivmWASHINGTON ,. ,. :-
end |Its duties remlgned. '



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r, I'ajro Twelva!:. _NCM'n-Lcntlcr, Kci' :1'nandina! Uccch, F'lorlclu'fMureduy.:. April 23:.,}'100' .i NORTH 14th STREET
-- -- "- --- -- -- A total sales volume of $6119.8006M ..

= :: PINE GR(0'( BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST1 CHURCH Too 'Late :TV Winn-Dixie Sales for iMs year' 40-week perjurt
. ':45 'tn. _... Sun4sy-Sobooi) Classify
At The Churches I Rev W. G. Brooks, PlltllorVND'Y surpassed last year's figure of
ItiUO: am -. Morning Wor hufl >
l SERVICES $63B 842.613 by $30.218,049
Y, : :30 p.m. m..............,.?...,.? BTU BY RUSSELL KAY Up 4.72 Percent
9:45 A M ,
: > Salce the Week period
FIRST ASSEMBLY! : OF COD P-nycr Marling, Tiusdny 7:30 p.,mj Sunday 7::30 |p.m i __ Evening Worship during

R... E. A. ..."... ruin' j Bible Study, Tliurkdry 7;:30 p.m. U:09 A.M. .".. Morning Worship 7::JO p.m. ... Mid-Week Service. i I Hunger! I is he I threatening m'nI I saturated ihilo and limestone. !In 40 Week Period ended April 4 Mated $69393,751,
6:00: 1'.M. Men Piuycr Sirvlt I one that marches doggedly at theheels ;i compared with 106836293 during
lo-OO/ : am. _M__ Sunday. School ft ft 6:3 PM. Uiiluii S'tSPRINCHILL ft ft Experienced!: mining engineers who
: Training of the the corresponding period of 1983..n ,
II ;00 '.m. _".'..., Wor h'p'! Servlrof BIBLE BIP1IST CHURCH BAPTISTCHURCH exploding pop. first surveyed the problem l"'d:
7:30 P M I .
Evening Worship ( I Increase
: Nation We In the United Slates, JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'of $2782456,, or 413
:SO p.m. .... C. A. Youth Ferviren"tflfl I 4.!t Hlttllh Alh Str.." Wednesday Services! 'burdened that the potash was not recover.
with percent
: ( p.m. Fvbntvlliitlo SvrvierPharodny Johnny L. King, Pastor 7:30 P.M. Service : lute Hlwnv 107 1''IIUI\.III.''' I staggering lur. I able But IMC decided to try andthey : recorded by Wlnn-DLxle Store I
md: "wcxk service I : Prayer Rev Dan E. Wide,' Pasto plus, find |It hard IJ: envlslcn nun.er I succeed. during the 40-week' period ended Winn-Dixie earnings after taxes
Sunday h.\'lreu fcFlltSI | but ai a world problem It fa I April 4 showed an Increase of 4.73 during the 40-week period ended
+I 1'antvrs ..
ltay Time Firm
7: 10 pm I 10:00 AM _.. SumUy, School r real I' the dawn of civilization
'? very and
4 totaled
IIVI'IIST CHURCH) very dangerous percent over the corresponding; April $15,201541, which
11.00: AM. Morning Worth* ( ) ? M _? 7 a.m. crop failures have doomed men to
Kt.. J. 'f. Llunnira factor It I I. gratifying under these clr. period I year ago represented l a percentage to sales
PSVTEC03TAL *'HO p.m. ... B.T.U :liundiy School _... 8/:45Morning a.m. starvation/ Hunger has often been
? ?.M.H.M ? Worship borvicus., ; t.'M: A.Jl I eumitance to feel that Florida of 2.27 and earnings! per common
CIIl'RC'nSoulll I 7:00 P.M. Nen'l< Prayer 3 rvlcTuesday Worship __ 11 am. the final gcet' to vollcnce and rebel!
: < share of $1.20. This compared to
along with
II :UO AM Unloi. I number of other
Training .. 6:15: p.m linn Thus Florida and Canada are ;
Kh St. Ph. M1-S701 ? ? '
) blessed a public thoroughfare with traffic earn'ngs! !! after taxes of $13371792
Rfv. W. W. Roland 8:00: P.M Evening Worship 7:30: p,m. area I I. contributing In helping provide the world with two /
7:30: p.m Evening Worship /dunday School __ 0:45 A.M. Wednesday: I gt-nerous quantity of the mlncra of the mrst important elements of running bumper to bumper during the 40.week period ended
Sunday School ........... 10 y.nn n "'.Itatl"
am m "
Training Union ....... 8:43: P.MWednesday. Men's Hour substances that when combined The soap and deterGent people
of Power ... 7 p.m plant food, providing a prime weapon April 6, 19G3 which represented a
Worship Service .. .. Ham.
.w. prayer Meeting-Wednesday-7:30: 1'1 Myvr :Dervce:; __. Prayer Service __._ 7:30: D.m.: with other elements can help keep In the struggle for abundance used to depend on movie Stan I percentage to sales of 2.OS\), .and
7.30: P.M I I "Whosoever will may com-.." the world's mil fertility In step and human security throughout the and beauty contest winners to
earnings share of
fi *' ft tr with its human fertility. world sway the feeble mind of the aver. per common

ST. 1'ALL'S; LUTHERAN TABERNACLE BAPTISTCHURCH .Since the turn of the century age housewife Now they get a $108 .

tllLKUl millions of toni of Florida phos. hello Stupid'! No wait I am Hock of trained seali They mem.ortee Shares outstanding on Apr)) >

Amelia City! Neir Iai .ectlu. I Amelia Road _'I Phone M1J487Ke phate have been shipped from our icrlnui Of course, this' ribald a lot of drivel and tell how amounted to 12,832,494 compared
couldn't live or hold a bus.
AU *. Lord Chamber, Pastor gale to enrich starving soils salutation doesn't apply union they to 12658,019 on April 6, 1963.(
band without Snide In their wash.
r'. Gerbhardt Pastor throughout the
e A. glob. you are one of the poor dumb
Sunday School _?,__ 10 a.m lug machines Null to them and Wlnn-Dixle now operatci a to.
,;00 a m. Morning Service 'But alone clucks who Ilitcnt to the rad'o' and '
phosphate won't do the
Morning! W 'nhlp 11 I ''Ial
a.m.Evenlna' : all the poor dumb fcmilet who of 632 retail stores and eight
a! are potash,
s 1 n' ; ; ea Of (OU Worship ?,__ 7 p.m and other for them. 'rush to their supermarket and wholesale units compared to 607
elements to providea
Wednesday Service ...__ 7
Cur 41..h and Cedar St.. p.n I cream for Snide I retail stores and eight wholesale
ft ft balanced fertilizer, A leader In No friend I didn't Insult your
M it PRINCE UP PEACE production of phosphate In Intelligence In calling you stupid units a year ago.MIN .
rhone 2fcl-J8 Florida It the 'International Min. The brlght-eved and bunhvHlledMadlsrn dumb, crazy manufacturer took -" "- --
f, 10;00 '.m. _?.... Sunday School Donald' Hlmmeltnan Pastor erali & Chemicals Corporation Avenue boys did that. the bull b)!. the horns kicked out

CAR FLOOR MATS 11:00 am. ...?... Morning Service Phone 261-5034, with multiple plants and hend.l They /give you an IQ about equalto all the bright young; men on Madl- WITH

I /? E. Friday Evening 7.30: p.m. School.... .. l quarters In'' the Bartow area, The a six months old baboon. Ion Avenue and Just simply lock
Sunday ........ 9:45 a: m. 20 seconds to "We brought JOHN E. (Jack)
7180: p..... ... Evening Service Corporation' now employs 1300 lay
Service didn't know she
WorsliiD 11.00: a., m.MEMORIAL Mrs. Slllvpantj
"'M'" this television
P Payer meeJng Wednesday workers and contribute mightily you pro.
@ 49 win on television Everybody who It. MATHEWS
/ METHODIST I gram and hpeOU cnj'ycd
7:80 p.m. our state's economy. believes that stand on their heads You show amwolatlon
I (t CHURCH But IMC's effort to meet fieworld's with their fnttie hanging out can your
by buying our product which It a* Best Qualified For Governor
ST. I'LIEKa!; El'IStOI'AL: Nelton P. Meyer. Pastor fertilizer and chemical Mrs Sourbittrm thinks her deter good ai anvthlng on' the market Fold Pol. Adv

t I I CHURCH ):45 a.m. ?.?-........ Sunday School needs are not confined to Its Flor gent III.!ronqe;' than Glare, thn at the price" Authorized by Campaign Treasurer

ears The Rev. James D. Elllior./ Rector 11:00: am. __... Morning Worship Ida operations An article In the detergent, that reflects the sun. -- ------- -- -
0 acmeIleavyduty 7 :30 A.M. Holy communion 8:15 ">m. MYF Supper Progtami- current Issue of the Reader'i Digest Doesn't she 'know that she cintl I

Choice of red 10:uO AM. Choral Eucharist which should be of Interest get to first bone unless she adds

molded rubber wuute, blue ? 11:1": A !M Church SchoolS ;::30 p.m. .__ Evening WorshipLASE to all Florldlans tells a dramatic Boop-a-doop Sama-poa, and Sllrk.asack .
Non..Ud deign green and blackrsi'z :30 P.M. Episcopal Young story of how IMC fought a five ? Besides Kr washing
Churchmen SUNDAY OF THE year-, battle and spent millions of machine would. clog

t (This ls the schedule of every dollars to reclaim the vast stores
MONTH Then teller net brush your
rFSOeJT with the of the of potash found In Canada, Jealously .
Sunday exception '
n 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion pearly teeth with anyth'ng! but
last Sunday of the month) 10:00 A.M. Morning Prayer guarded by Nature's meat glaze, Glower "Pepuopunk cr Puck-

EtiD pll6y 1ENT MitIIARI.'H ft and Sermon;; I wrverse geology, which made the apuck or you will, have cavities
task almost: Insurmountable.
11.15: A.M. Church School up| to here and, bxhind your little
Prniaion wheel
alignment finding of gigantic potash I
6:00 P.M. ,
Young pink ears
by esparto Parts and Any Rev. Leonard Duncan, Pastor Churchmen bedi In Canada, packed In a 450 I'
Gaion bar uljuslmrM Any simple lip knows that
Amerltaan Cat '' mile subterranean lies theworld'i poor
Sunday Mass 2nd, 4th iweep
rzlre, ineedwlY tt fr no product Is worth Its sell that
greatest deposit of potash I
Sunday 7:30
: a.m.
CHURCH'OF COU OF Isn't new and Improved. Next year I
enough to fertilize all the earth'aarable
Sunday Mass ??...__.. ;lit, Jrd6th PROPHECY the advertisers will have tr i
lands for the next 500
Sunday!! U:80/ a.m. Rer. II.' C. Drury. Pastor Florida and Canada through fall back on double Improved and ,
BRAKE{ 'ADJUSTMENT Monday Young People 7. p.m. 10:00: ... YO'J''
19 : a.m. ? ?? Sunday School the effort of IMC and a few other newer than new. Of course,
+ Tuesday, Novena Service .. 7:30: : 11 am. ................ Morning ServUe hands in and I know that It 'Is the< same old
companlei are Joining
; We'll brakes
Adjust add / pm 7:45 ....... I
: p.m. M Evening Serv:te product but we have to sit
fluid providing of Increasing
If needed, and AR a means
repack Y Dally _____.._.._ 9 am. .
front wheel 7-45: pm. Wednesday, V.L.B. Service listen to bored announcers try to
bearings American Car ihe world's food supply In the face I II
Saturday __ Convent Chapel) '
for young people. of the ,critical population explos.on. make us believe that black lawhite
5:30 Communion In Convent 'tl't I and red Is green I

\c I ft 'ft FIVE POINTS'BAPTIST! The Importance of the Canadian And what about shampoos Why
SAFETY SERVICE Bailey RoadJ. CHURCH discovery to a world of Inexorably don't you drag out your ravorth'j

1:45: am. _?_ Sunday 'School contracting farmland II pearl necklace and tear
We'll allgn fp1ni end, t tI $995 C. BYRD, PASTOR 1:00 a.m. ?__. Morning Worship ulable, for only by Inealo'' so that you can drop one Ulna this I 604'Atlantic
bslanrnfronlwh/ele, Sunday School.....?...??. 10 A.M. of I
and In that bottle
4 (:30 pm. Training Union food yield per acre can man another
adjust brakes and Morning Worship .. 11 A.M.
front wheel repack Amerlean Car ?? .H. .'.'::80( pm. __.. ''Evening: WorshipVedneiday to win the race between soil fertility shampoo and see how long It takes -
AbygS Evening Service .......... 7:30: P.M. -
reach bottom
for the to
prayer service 7:30pm. : and human fertility Kern I
.dt 'While the recovery of phosphate I I And If you happen to shave with i ...
4imml-----..----- --- -
s I oft from the beds of Florida Is a surface an electric razor you know that I 1
I CHURCH'0)CHRIST operation the potash deposits r those that cut this way are far !

BRAND NEW Famous (for Quality \ Soilh 14th' Street of Canada lie 3000 feet under. superior to theta that cut thnt j i Merchants

Burl -,Hlh>ert. Mlnhrtcr ground guarded by ouch way and If you are silly enough

r ""restone !I Sunday Bible Study 10:00 a.m. fleeting obstacles lIS 10 engl-I I to rough tip yttr, 1'(1r tloltrdteUn I

I Morning Worihlp _?' 11-00: am.. ground rivers qulckstand with a razor that Is obsolete1ymi I I GREEN.TAMPSI

in '.70.iS Evening Worihlp ?, 7:00: p.m., ;; ire as crazy: as grardmother's| FREE'EXTRA a 1

/ { tJYLON$10.Tabe type ft W quilt

\I Blaekwdl r FIRST PRESBYTERIAN !I And the guy I like Is the brave MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ; .

,.!.flu Ux and tnde-ln tire ell your ear t CHURCH HEALTHroicJ'_ and noble knight that gallops over I :
the countryside with his magic WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
WHITEWALLS '2 MORE Rer. John Doiler Pastor

Church School ..........._M 9:45: A.M. : lance and astrounds poor d.imb FOpp 5 LB PKG OR MOREGROUND NVFW

oT7sii4?: Tubeless Elackwaifs M2' Worship Service ...... 11:00: A.M. : mechanics In the grease pit and 1

Youth Meeting ......? 6-00: P.M., Lltt'c lean'en" at tha city pork : BEEF :
LOW PRICES ON ALL OTHER SIZES ] Churth School ...???_ 7-30: P.M. \ And what businc'i: has he got on

IXIffffIt A !!orrlct of Your Dotlof of M..tl..ne.
You L..IlO I Hotid., Mtdicul, Auocunon.HOMEi .
r art I: caught a .glimpse of God today,,

lust 11 the Sun came up.I I : DANGEROUS >

v ED rn I taw every His yellow shining Buttercup.I loving face. PLACE I Ir 55 El StI Moreh dn I IPR

There U place like heoe-
,; ; I" ''HI : law the beauty of Hli grace, no r OalaNalaMM. e IN.TaraMMERCHANTS
r for accident
Despite I increasingautomobile I *[ PRE [%TRA
C FLORIDA PUtLIC Ai the birds took to their wing. and air travel the
And ai each bird bunt Into sung, moot dangerous plnce to he It at GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
a1 UTILITIES COMMISSION I heard our Saviour ting home' Every year, 28,0<)fl per- wlm MeawaY.MMtN.am mnlNMewN.Y1M N/N..a
r felt Hli mighty power soon lose their lives i m home:: acc j see) 2 dos Pig. RICH Pr... AS\\\ MAC "AN'S "ft""

law Graduate and) Former Ai the Rain fell on the land. :dent*. '1'lui I.i utmost one-third V > Chocolate ECLAIRS TOOTHPASTE
of all accidental deaths. ?
.. r6
Special Aulitanl te When the Sun
came shining out N/YN I. ?ew
a' U. S. Attorney again, A large proportion of fatal acclluit I cr.ri r.7 v v 7------ '------o' -
at home result firm
e t
I felt His mighty hand.I .
fall*. They are responsible for
24 Years of Low and I felt Hli mighty movements, half of the' home accident .A I aNNhml.PRt .

Progressive Public Service Ai the Breeze* whispered by., recent survey Indicate.I that 87 M
Saw Hli Precious Love divine, per cent of fatal falls in the

Cited for Fair and Aa a :Rainbow In the Sky. home I Involved Demon* 65 year t [ [%TRA fRE ETRA
of age or over, Many fall occuron
I watched etch blade of I MERCHANTS GREEN '
Impartial Regulation grass nlair* .nd floor, by trippingover MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS STAMPS
oJ: .rz, spring forth loose object or item! left "Kynei' grounding In law, in mmnalca.uan..ansioaar, 0 z.CARTONS"lwlfdlrosn/a OF NKNIM 0/
( Now Serving as Chairman As he watered the Sunbaked Sod. where they do not belong Tall I government, In administration 1'J: 6\io.\ CAN 10. OFF II\I\ 01' 100 18 OR

of' Florida Public Utilities Oh yea, I law Him bring the alto occur among those under 65 and In kijowledgt/ of Florida, I \ SIMONIZ-TON! \ if; LIPTON TEA BAGS
\V. I. IH'KOSC. MASTCK:: \ of resultof 3S'' 37
MECHNIC. )JS AN EXPERT Earth to life, jean age usually* a ,
I IN TIm I'SE: : OP OUR MODERN\ AM EFFICIENT: ?..Commission And I caught a glimpse of God: climbing around a house In- I hold promise for a successful" 5------MNM/.1Nn,onus'. '.2q.d4.MeN YNNNMLex1Y. ....' r.frovne WxY'NINM. ro.1.29.44.Nt.N wMrul.-hY...
side' or outside( while paintiitK I tenure at attorney general.
TESTING EQUIPMENT( : Jte..Elect CO MASON Gerry Chnncey nuking. repairs, honsickanniK I

Experienced and Proven There i* a lot of do.it-youroelf tmJ11I

Tires' one leadership. Florida/ Trade At Home I added household to the repairing number and of thin:home has I m//* James W.AffORNiV I !

accident. !In fait many nidus- I I PRE. KXTNA "- L j jI
-- tries are becoming more concerned 'MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS '
NEW with the off-he-job injury I
TREADS STV *mti-t' mu iuK ttit }
\ The than the nn-tile-Job injury Ole LADY FAIR. SEEDED
second leading cause of I

more than SH)0( ) losing their I ENERAL .._,_,..ON I ALUM.,;,FOIL. ;).._..,.3|
WHITEWAllS-ANY SAND BLASTING I lives in the home from this I' L............". ..29-64-......
cause With, the arrival of cooler Paid Polltlril/ Advertisement, Add
weather all healing equipment toe lie Kne Ompiljn hand j
NARROW OR WIDE OESIONtUBELESS OR TUII.TVI"4FOR $ I diould be carefully checked for Hot lit Epenccr Cnjirman

poMihle defective operation. I u.. .. ...t'--;..... _
e BOAT TRAILERS f fS ; Another leading cause of j

home death, especially amongyoung NOW SERVING BREAKFAST. LUNCH DINNER
children i is poisoning. Ul ,
BOAT HULLSORNAMENTAL all fatal accidtntil poisoning*,

i 4949II : fnr Inline, -(fifths of Them occur in the DAILY SPECIAL

I i Over four null'on Amercan
1 are injured etch year in hone
1 aimli'in*. :Safety. like charity, Lunch. 97c. Dinner
II most ckfiniuly ;nhoiilil. begin uthoine. .
Plus tax and 4 trade-in tires
Choice of Meaf 3 Fresh Vegetables. All Home Cooked

j tLi! _

S II Our N Treads., Identified/ by Utdallion and. shop mark ere
I P -Ii OUARANTBID 'For Free EstimatePhone rots PAOtECr tvssulatvnNrsn Deviled Crabs A Specialty

1. Am nit ilrfMU, 'In workmimhl end m.Urlali dude. lift or treal. I'': Pooowts LY
8 I. t."i", .\ ,': "" .i'r: mad, I h.mrd.I < P"a': lrabl> puncture) ........ WHN1aWNpPrsselrtlllAfstfais
wry pMminr Mr IIM month. OUR SECRET RECIPE
t .111.It'I'.c'' ..''of'''''lUjMUntlS "" troop *"and Mood 110' Prloes. "r.."1 t, 261 3035 ; ,

rc > ;'''''''' Home Made Chili

1 261.3003 ; ,

I 261-3389>>
$ ton tf I 7 DAYS A WEEK 7:20: AM. TO 11:00: P.M.

.B.At.H .s.uP.PJ.t: Free Estimate .On Any : i J Golden Sands Restaurant

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118 Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-4482 Sand mast ng 1DbI iI I i 'ON THE TJCEANFKONT


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WANT AD RATES I PROFESSIONAL Phone 201.4433 or POOL sec at TABLE 107 No- MISCELLANEOUS I II Over-Heating! Rich. Harvest of 40 the ranees rentnrk$S, Id upparrtuly coins wire Ih uklnK 20

M per word .15 minimum I 13th St tie DID YOU KNOW I Said Causg of einllmo peers.

Card of Similar hanks.; Notice RfettluUoMand I FOR SALE PLANNING( A VACATION: soon ? Two Fires Here Gobblers ReportedAs

SINGER SL\NT NEEDLE To Miami Nassau or Bahamas ON EVENT OF A MAJOR r!r r / WIN WIT/
'3 per word f 100 minimum I Sewing Machine makes buttonholes ? For lowest hotel rates and PlbASfER THEfftTARC 2GOO I. *nt, r 1 I A hide.a.bed couch and a hairdryer

Cal 261.3686( or 261.:1687: tig.zag?, fancy stitching best accommodations contact CIVIL DEFENSE EMEBSENCV /1 fi, ? I said Fire Chief: Bill Dup Season Closes : JOHN E. (Jrrck)

.r place nd At office Like new In perfect coiditim area agent( Mrs George Chantey HOSPITAL9 tTRATee5ICAI.LV 6..'. (;> .on. were the combined rouse of

511 Ash Street Original price $200, has balance or phone 211- (3. A30p PREPOSITIONED IN THE U S A r ; iL a lire width! was f'p.lrlcd at 5.32 TALLAHASSEE Flnrlda tnr. l'i1ATHEV' r'IS

----- $61 or reliable party assume $8 -- - Inn, Saturday at the home of Jim key htinlcM hive marked up a

SALEWL'RLITZER month payments. Will deliver. FOR HEATING AND AIR.Condi. Michaels most mirrp..ful ip lng (jrbblorhimilnu Best Qualified For Governor:

Call 261.4137. A23c Honing! Service call Dependable r Damage to the Michaels residence onson \\'it>) an Mtlmntrrlbirvr ( Paid .Pot Advr
Heating and Cooling Service Co : 3 Aulhnrlrcd by Campjai Iieiiu tr
I-- 201 N, r ih Street was confined l of hotwoon( nix and eight -
TWO GIRLS' BICYCLES one Phone 261.4370 or ai-31 tic M lo the dm area( There was hundred lurkrvi. Flnilelns sprlnffCnhbltr ---,.

SPINET piano 26", one 28". Coed condition $13 ---- no estimate of In,..
properly liunllnR! ocaten rppindMnrrh
$493 and up Ten. I FOUND 6 DOZEN different H'1f Time To Think IIfHlnrll1lt'
warranty I each Phone 261 S994. A23o! !In rxiniRiilnMiid,::: tin blare: firemen 28 and clncrd April U In 22
See model at Mrs Ruth ways to beautify your watch 'Inter! Oirmenfs!
used Hit) lot t of bcoHltr hose
counties. Miih hunting permitted'
27 S 5th St connl'r"1 II TWO BEDROOM house on Ray.en sons SPEIDEL. bunds now at Robl. with lilt piiklitcMond i from onp.h ilf hi nr he'feirc mill'iv I Ito DRY CLEANING!
Rd largo lot. Terms
105? "I\TER\A TIO"lAL lIA cd Ph 2bl.54.21. arl'anll.tee HAT EACH OF THESE .iv also n'port nf a 12.00 mumAprerellim J I SPECIAL'

FR 1'i' Inn truck cab and I I LET ALCOHOLICS( ANONYMOUS I EMERGENCY HOSPITAtflh file In the riBiclnuc,) of Sadie to A. D Aldrich dl.

'chncils Good motor and help with your drink. ? A COMMUNITY ASSET 8 King. 323 nth Shut was nnsucrrd rector, Oame and Fresh Water ,' $1 For 8 Ibs.I .

$100 E. C Kenyon tlrt"'I.I FOR RENT Ing problem Writ Box 3 !ID, WHICH CAN BE USED.. } e{'* n at 7,10: a.m. Fish ('ommh lon. the minters are Month:\ of April Only'

Phone 261.4678 or Jan : ) City or Phone Jax El 6.7700 The cause was determined as nut allowed tn kIll' hen tnrkryi i '

Ito 1 i/A4 A HOSPITAL SET UP IN A the cxilislm, of an oil cm kinsslcvp during Ih" upr-ehl nolililer hunt ASKINSLAUNDROMAT
I TWO BEDROOM: furnished apt FLOOR SANDING and rtfmishing PUBLIC SCHOOL The fire raised dimuiiti.. hit season nllel I Inasmuch M the '

SACRIFICE EQUITY Sell or Cool Clean Private Entrance I Floor tile Paul E Hannon kite:11'n nnd lipdr'ii, nprlng! subllir Benson follows the

1 trvle anything KmRsberry home, I 421 N. 3rd. tic I Phone 2(11-1(109( ( tie ;aF ""'+ $Ak VAS 5EVERAL TREATMENT Two tii'lurs! with fiO feet of 2''. nnllnn!! oeliillv nf the tuilipyii, "South 81 h Street

patio. Third house on right I r STATIONS Inch Muse were until to b'lnu Ihelil' there h litllo or nn dnrnnuc dear OPEN 21 IIOUIW) A DAY
I'' Clinch Drive See In person LNFIRNISHED HOUSE, 3 bed WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS KASASOURCeOFSUPPLV FOR le> theVlld turkoy peipulltlnn.
under mll'.1 1 by 7:50: : am
I 2 baths Call 201.3401. y !I ....
A23p rooms any make Stoves cleaned EXISTING HOSPITALS Most( np'liiK tin'key hunters ftinlev re i

'_ ___ _u tic Buy, sell, repair used furniture. mill hunllnit rm-thncl fInd l I
.,.a'ae+aailkrone fACT F CONTOCT mum uvu. c v'i. DMCMC the
SMALL, LOCAL BUSINESS; I -- Ph U'stcr's"Yul'e .llS.$2'J4. tie Board: o'f' Health! MHO of a tuikry (rail thus keeping
TWO BEDROOM fuinlslicd house.
stock and
equipment Birsilnfor 'the1 elMiirbunec In the I woods t3 a
: cash or terms to responsible ; Call 261.4AC3. tie I PUBLIC I NOTICE minimum TERMITES ?
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1 party. Call 2G1.4457. Uc Urges Precauficnh .
FLORID STATITESIV 1 1st Graders Need irkrv hunters arc successful dur.
the rrawete't
leg ( spring sperm' a* this type
water Included Call 261.4227. ,P, NASHAl COl.SH' tLOR- @
CHINA and Seated bide will b* accepted In the Spring Cleaning
Rliss' 1253 S, dpmnndi
tie IDA. IV PROBATE. offlc of the Stall I t.'o.e..r. I lands Official BirthCertificates hunting patience 'nKIII
Fletcher Ave Phono 2613831 In eel: K"taie uf etrait Service. Tjlliha..<**. I I'lorida., and) pronmanre. The one exorp f
JOSH CREWS DfffjwJTo until II ,:W AM EST!: 4. lie
tic ; May I. JArKSONVILtr; Spring| lime Unit Iminxmd' In north Florida
Creditor and Pfrioni
4 Iloving
rooms Inc the of
suie eatimated
lump' awn an i -
living room two bedrooms kit. Clolmi or Demands Against Sold fc.- 4MMO Board feet of nwtitnber::: can bo trouble limp fir the ml I'ro when imp hunter mirfrmtfutlv called .
| CORNER \. 18th end Highland St taOS. (Intel-nation Scale i and 4UO cord family unless extra cnitlen Is eib. Intel Rim raimn and killed aprvrnck.
chen dining combination. You and each of I
newly redecorated stucco 3 room you art of pulpwood. Timber to be cut lalocated Ir, leslie walnl IgsKaSSa"
Board Health
the of
served Slate
Private bath Adults only Apply notified I and required which .. any on Cary Stall Forest Nassau Thp peacock win one ,of
bedroom home Beautiful loca. claims and demand you. or bounty. Florida I JACKSONVILLE The State said today a wild flock known to exist In Iho
221 S. 6th St
lien $11500 excellent: terms A23p either I.JOUjO"h.y have afilnit the Bidden v.11' n* required/ to pool a Beard of Health today urged par. I Is $5000 GUARANTEE
54,55 Crews. d.ew'sed, Ciihlerl Cherk In the amount of The hemp always a dnnRcrous/ area
NICE CLEAN APARTMENT tale of laid County, to the County (430110 ai bid bind Minimum acceplnbl entaI ho have children, ( starting! place but poihaps more si fir
Nun Tam lte
|.FIVE BEDROOM HOME near( high/ Adults only 1306 Atlantic Ave, JudKe his office of Nassau In le court County house, Florida nf ,mid at In the *amount'bid la 11211.f l lo percent A Surety of Hrrr,th* to school this fall to obtain rtrtl mothrr If she !HOPS In for spilngdenning New Principal Ailsit Diragi

school $8.000 with $173: down $60 Phone 261.4035. tfc County at Fernndlna Beach. Florida, bid price la required of th* lucceaaful fled copies of the With ccrtlltcales with extra vin!I'r, l Did For Suffolk

month tine within("f.lx tie, calendar first, publl months-allon trots of this tilt The hldrier Florida For*'t Service r*. Immediately runs a triple hi/ard: Inking, down BOSTON! / Suffolk Downs, larp.! MAHONEYjTERfAINIX

frft ONE; UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom notice Two copies of each claim or semis the right to reject any or an At the same time( Everett H. and cleaning\ the screens: mewing! est rate track In New England
duplex apt. Back of Courson demand shall be lit writing. and shall bldi Williams. Jr, director of the HP lawn: wOl'khl11 In Iho I Karelin has a new principal ilockhnlder In i
atate Die place of residence d postofOce
T750 BUYS 3 bedroom home out. 1 Interfiled parties may obtain complete CO
side Store 5 Points Gas heat Contact address nf the claimant and li' f rmullon by writing Flarlda boards Bureau of Vital Statistics. Children seem to run Into aid. New Yolk bisliuitmnn David Hi ;
city limits Chain link
fence Gene McCall or phone 261.56'49. shall be sworn to by the claimant his I Pored Service, For.r. '
Nothing down to veteran Kent. or attorney and accompanied SERVICE SINCE :
A23c Branch TalluhaiMi. FloridaI tiflcates not I Doctor (h MeCnv, IT rccte! lent if the' stock. itng
by a fling .lee of one dollar and such I it 4-It. II are accepted by 'r.'e rof pitying a repoit.
Tfrfr ft3NLY claim or de nand not ao filed snail be t echoUi Official blrlh ccrtlfua.tlnrn the Hoards Accldt-nl l'revl'nliun eel $1 mill.on.
For FREE: [9r
$250 DOWN no closing costs TWO ROOM unfurnished house void Matilda Crew PUBLIC NOTICE are I..uby\ the Burca i of 1'rn 'rim. (rove thiso tl'i| f fur -- Inspect

newly redecorated two bedroom fr TT -ft At admlnlHtratnx. of the Eatole Vital Statistics and soma county avoiding -aciildinlfi: livneruuii, TipOrMS '
home' near high school $7750. 3 ROOM ruilMSHLD garage of Josh C e..*. deicueed I NOTICF orCIIANUE or roUiNn health departments Williams aloe 1 A:\ ( Francean l'ldr'rh 'PhoHe''JacSCsanv11r3a!
Pint pullcatlor 410. 1964.'Co" PLAn I'(lit PRIC1MT Nt.MKtItIlU: I I Don t strinil on ciolrs! or ladders<
$53 month. apartment .. J. "iuve, Jr, Aurney t IN Till re!: VIIIAIK OP Yll.FB' advised against wailing too long im'rsi thryrp am lured firmly: couple Pads I tn emtimos IlIhtl.t l e,, IDcenliil 4iTCSfor i

'John T. Ferreira A Son
Ilflft/ SMALL ONE bedroom unfurnished Hoard C'nll.c" : : CoinmlMlomre nf said 'Although wo are pridtslng> or wilts ever w.kh!. I tluee gild Louis colas. iii'h wcii'i:
Atlantic!! Ace. Phone 2SI-S57I
house Nassau County j.'lorlda. has rhanied birth .
about 500 certifications a might I trip. -- ---- -
the Imdlipp plies fns Precinct Nunr .1
|nTALUM! CUSTOM MADE : OP SAt-B bored 7 luOaled in the Village ofYule. day rlKht now we can g\c! fact Get linuft I shale In CUSP you rw
TWO RJOM furnished apart Notice la hereby nlvci that, pur .. Nassau Cowtlyy Florida. and scivice Later during. aiy lnsl
Venetian blinds measured and swan, to a f Inal Decree of Forecloa that auld polling plate hue now barn pit tir a'rlt"b; Yll/r! / "'r. If you! In.
InHtnlled Wide ranps of colort ment. )I, ure entered In rouse. numbered, tltt, d."lnuled and .lullll.h.tI In be nt minute rush by parents nerve! Jire yiurstlf, wnsli the wornd" '
Y. F. SABtMAN in the Circuit Curt of Naiaau Coat the new County Building lorn led nn will be slower A child can/ miss: ww
"lit bldd
PORTER & CciVf with and water, It
IOVFQUIST Iv. Florida, I ,mil aril the property the Southerly aide of Mjte B iud SKI I ) shop
PHONE 2613221 situated, lir Nassau County tiunclddeccrlbed an entire year of schmil I'nll'os a aI'nlVt', : lirnd 'HIGHEST ,
Center Phone 2r.l.aor,8. tfesoil A between Mute Road s (IU. 8. II'dh < ;
---- aa: way 17)) and Hrfe Road WO In Ih* birth certificate Is tbljlud! In line.
ONE G'E' BEDROOM: home, Pmt of OUtlit 226 FERNAN, Village of Yilee rlu'lau Couity. time." ; :" : ; :: :;
Amelia DrKe month Completely DIN A, uccifdma to the official Florid, and that ell eleitlona. ip., Ihrre I I dnmtelle" :,innlj; In I
[ SEVEN ROOM house $12500. $tOO unfurnished, $35 plat of laid City; n Illhographtdand clal prlmnrv and pcnrral hrrealter Application form may IIP thtalnid soil, CSIH'cl illy in 1.II'mInd; PVCII
renovated Phone 2il( I Issued by ,the Florida Hull held, In Naienu ouiity In laid Pre I ; :
from health do.
down tfc road ompjnv In 1G9T and >'i' clnit Numbered 7. shall be held at I a county sir it t eluntHP .
2109 Florida Ave. 4109 or 261.5412. larged revised and relaiued by .aid' palling place Ire laid County partmcnt but a Utter wl'l! be udtf! I very cartful In using plnnlmrays
> ,
| $11.060 home $150 down ONE:; FURNISHED one unfur- Con the pany KITItla" In Tiwna IM7 aM Improvement 1901, sod build nghOARD' OF COUNTY COM I I quote If It contains all the ct.mntial ir didn, Heart thi Instrue

'"- Forest Hilli iahed apartment oeeansloc.. more particularly described as MC4MOMEKS OF NASSAU I I Information (tune cnicftilly, Avoid brpatlli/ l

117 'I lots. Prices start $21:;0, and up tear round. 126 S. Fletcher, follows 1I'lIlnnll1'll' : .1 the .Iorlh".t eor'Cs By COUNT: /a/ .hurry FLORIDA Poole Application must Imludc the Hum W nlt lurefilly nf'ir lOnr

Acreage Phone 261.3138. 18FUf2NISIIED or Oull.,1 550 and 5' Snuthuly AH Its ChaiimanATTEST I I full' name of fie 'hI14; I the fill them Ktep Hum out ef ullditn's" POWERE' D'I
Acres along lie Winterly lin. 0' said : name of (ho fulhrr; full mnlil'n' reach I
115 on Chester Road $1500 Out"":t :ace: for 74 S fret: throes goat I aU O 0 ltyF
Homes efficiency apartment rlyht aniiiea. and Fnatertv fir Offl'.o tcik : nnrne of the mithrr: tli day Use; pempr mnwn1 \1':1'1: cire
on beach. Phone 201.4.1-14: 30 feet 'lo. :the point: el beginning: 41 4 n. Id 23 30 month yrsr city and rrui ty rl (hour IIP space to bp m' veil(I ('f
FROM $3100 to $3jOCO: )() In town Hence cininua FjutTlv gar isifeet :
find on t:ic benchCOVTXCT _after 5. tfci ; theme it r lilt nirji: a butt: : whether the child, h mil nicks; hem"s which Voter. m.'iy/
i -0-- : and utterly f g M 25 eel; theme: PUBLIC NOTICEIN I ir fcmilc: and the ( hld', rre have lilt; Mleks rn'IItlt.r\ ebjiels'
PETE I 1NC"UI VIC\TZON -1 argil I VeiurlvU1 ;
gi" lit rigid angei
Salesman OCEANFRONT: APTS completely feet; bienreY o at right aniilca TIIR tIliriir OlKf IN AVD The rrlttlnal hilts cTlillmtnumber v'hlrh' rwwt'r" Wnele t ran: p,e'k up smoothest mOt\7in! .
1 and N, rlherly I : aling the Easterly FOR NASS'U IKlNrV tlORIIlA slnuld/ be Included If pJI.Ilbll aid! fling like a !bullet(
L. L. Dnhannin furnished Day week or month IN (l'IIAYIRY: LACE; NO gnu. ,
Agency line of Sou h tell 8 reel fur 62 29 splI'n,I,
i! I mrcll been
,ii North 4th Phone 261.J289 584 S. iclchcr Ave 261-5071.ticl\ feet to the point nf beg nnlng. con COIBY I.. MlbAtrt: :
imbed 'ISM:! 73 M.uire fcel:. more Plalnllf, If the child was bnrn In another I I'kr' sprint us well at I"' lilt',
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| "W. solicit/ Mings Arreagc"! on names and BEACH----APARTMENTS year nt.or pulillc Ian.sole to the hfgheat 0 and best I .VIFlUVirS. K. BHEALEV, j I stale.,' tin certificate mist FIITIP people hive been kitS':I bya GMC LAWN-lor E JGm iii

_n__ round IT5.$51: month, furn'nli-' bidder fir cast nt fie rosin enlrinc Deli ndanlNOTIC I I he iibhlncd from that stall- bee si!113: If YIIII'r"< allergy. ,
to the n.iiaitu Cotin, C'.urlh',u .c In p': op IUT eelnlnrt your phvs'rljii' alit idcsinilllilng
nr.ALICE 3 BEDROOM. one eel, electricity! Included. Ih. Fernnrvllnu Beach I"lorldu. between STVTE. OF FI OKIDATO : A full photocopy or a wallet'

bath masonry house wit: I lifetime 201.5441. tfo dw 11 cu nf a m.Mjy, and UC4 f 00 pm.. on th. alb use FRANCES HeJwwd K Highway HALEY North slitcd registration card encased In Injediinbefore i with sensational New FINGER-tlp STARTiKCl

root and attached garage Fenced --- SEAL) "' D. O. OYI'YD' Petaluma California I plastic may be obtained from the I
financed DOWNSTAIRS APARTMENT O.. OXLEY You are. hereby notified that a suit I
yard neighborhood Ready
top bureau. The shouldbe
tnfurnlshed Corner 4th and CLtRK CIRCUIT; COUItf hoi been filed agalnrt you In tie above type starting tit, first coele, the
Immediate occupancy. (Court SeallM"HON ) entitled ouu.: and that you are hereby specified A fee of one d',1'ar! child have all tin basic In cuts- '
oft -tr it Calhoun, across street from ac. STRATF01D required In file your aniuer with 'I for each card No choke, n* trend, no
ropy or must t ac.
School St Joseph's Academy Attorney the C.nk of tote Court anJ to seem 1 lions asMnxt whne p ng roach' rap. to Ilght-Ju
near 261-3800 tfc It 4-23 copy ti.ereof upon tern PI.lnlII.". company the application pello smnllrKx" dlptherla end tetanus .
Yulce Florida lot Filnanc. Phone 261.4200 of Plulnllff I whoa and nick the Minter with
Large attorney ams
I I The board alsq suggested! that lutkjaw), "r
ed with FHA loan for $:jO; per F iiiTDtnE.: NOTICE address la yourflnr1lptlAmmnrltonlyiigood f
OCEAN ( up. PUBLIC Mercury N. K.voukUs -- -- -- -
month ran be purchased fir trans. stnlrs or down furnished. Fenced Attorney at Law I l

for costs of only about $.JO. No I yard, Call 261.4174, tic NOTICE HOB III TO* HTATITK1iv rurntTORii/ p.Fernanumj 0 tuna 402 Bcirh. TI, rids. not later it Hi nilne-nd ll r
down payment ----.. Tiir: louitT or rn" cm'MTYtl thin May 13. Ii64 LAWN,COY builds Q
PAIL C. BURNS FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS aiart- 'DbP:. NASSAU COUNTY, rLORIRA If you full to do ao Decree Prec..r..o the koiL

Registered Roal Estate Broker meat for rent 4 rooms wllh! bath In rr,. f.IN.tale PROHATE of fir the relict will b demanded* entered In against the. Cum yoU / e l I i

319 South 8th St. Phone 261.1601! Plenty hot ft all'r. 110] SOL 111 6th fcKTKlllb !MORROW ROIX. plaint. 4 tI World easiest, sUrtlnf .
112 S 6th tfc Useesaed.Tn The nature of acid suit being dl ,itrek tlon-i. stroke cogged I
Two err
St. Apply: upstairs. AU Crr"'I" and Prsnns Ilav. von... *pr
POSTCRBO\RD aiwt 'd colon. APT Ins 11.1..1 or Irrmands Against said W,tncia my hand and the seal' of I s M**' itrrt .
cnrbon paper, scratch path. bend! Me-riMMi 1..101.1 said Court lit l I era,indlna Reach. Now e Two {vrn4 ipeadi for mimalr
ONE: THREE ROOM downstairsfurnished I You and Cock of ynu Bra hereby use mniv, Inrlrtu. tl.la 7th day erf ltaV wrung hnveight !
and mimeo piper nnionslun, for til.ed and required to present ,
n" any April A U / I a e Cort.ta.t lubrication
'sale at ;NEWS; LEADER 511 Ai'i: a nt: Newly decorated claims and demanda ,which you, 0' DiVa/ D 0 0.,., I / It I/ / I pressure
St..tOUCII..- Private bath Utilities I hot. wale, either if you' may have aswnt the CLERK Of CIlltUIT COURT I Study flow *f owr J vibration-frcs!
famished I $875 *HUI" of tl"Irud.I.rtlW! Roan. 4t 411. U J3 M S An0.Ok8aa *arlnfN
'- -- washing madMne rteceaicd late of aid County to the
| & CHAIR $12, Two, week Also beach winter rentals C''unty Judge of .Uth.County, MI *ll to daft(*
Florida. al his office In rnurl PUBLIC NOTICE I e rwr mtvlnf farts to woe
call W I. Me.
twin size ban springs. $i each For house of cold County at FcmandlniIMach
563 S. Fletcher Phone 261.5r8, Craaie 281.4n2( If no answer Florida. within llx calm' ,lal "'OTICI'' : TO illEDITOReIY ': I 1 .
tfc months from the time of the flrit THE COUNTY! n D."I ('OPRT TI' I -
4 tic tall 2C11035 1'1 9511 colt N\oUV 00Lh0Y, l 1 f I ,
publication of this nnt c* Two cnpln
0' uh cl.II" or demand .h.n be In rMIKIIM IN PROI AIENU I EASIEST
"FOUR BEDROOM home on i or. wrleirand I shall due the plac* olrcHlrtvnt ZOMIN mFprops.
WANTEDrrrr.rr ;"* and <'*it offic addria of IIP: ESTATE: OP I Suburban
| npr lot near scho'>l. I I'i baths, p lot 111 LONUP 'ce aie>el. '
Otis claimant and shall b* sworn toby MOW;NGI SAFEST HANDLING!
Florida room. separate dining I Ih. alulmant hH Mnt. or allot lot All trrtllinre and All' PerwinlMjvlna QUIETEST
accnmpsnicd by a rWfq fc* Claim or Demands Ajjtail I
room living rm withlr..place..
J.r..vI11fi.. r.Yon..n"m
WANTED RiDE! M I dollar and mush claim nr d>' laid RilaleiY .
separate garage. Phone 2rl 3841. 5 day week Working hours 8 to nand not ao f led shall to vnldT u. and earS of you .re hvretiy
tIc -.lma R.."X KmA nol I,cd and required to present" any See all the newl964LH-BOY mowersin
1.-.._ ___ 4:30.: Phine 26t.51/101.1 / tie rx>cutrm. of the Lait Will cl"" Imi end demancle whlrh you. ot
a,," 1i>.( st'S'fltsttMrude either of you, may have agulnit the
MCE :.
... .
LARGE LOTS for WANTED TilE CUTNCEto I Mrrrom Rnus. d*. estate of lure) Lnnele CO sold. Into .
Choose and
oorxl terms. One Quarter mile etal.d. ,.( HJJ..U County Florida. to the a new
give your old watch new beauty t take the and strain out of '
South Amelia Rivet pUbliC'lion April 2tot.:! 1904.Thai. HnfHtfahle J. E: W.nther'.rtl. County pull
of Five Points on with a SPEIUEL watch band I. Shave Ir.. JiKUt of Names Comity FI .rlda. and JM starting your mow.rl
rj Call 281.5421 tic from R,iblse n.I. I ..0o, h I. the same In hla) nfllce In Uie Cost* two T// bpublleMN.I Choose LAWN-BOY for super
4.23, 30. 1.7. 14 tr Greet HOUM In Natiau County W7l: ax1 smooth mowing and ...,est
3 Florida. .within ale calendar monlhi
dle llin dpsdry4T handling for summon to com. '
from Ih* date of W* lirnt public itlnnherof f .
bedroom masonry home built HELP WANTEDWE Each elate or demand Khalib ell b' '' Imate1Ndetalla. Model for every size lawn-
on your lot, with! carport hard I' In .wrluno. Mid shall alau toe pi .r* I' rear Vllrt.nt see them hue,_
roads! and i Po of renldence and poet offn. addict ., _
wood floors. Graded YoU.KNOW T lof Ih* claimant and ahull b* sworn
lots remote areis aceepuM HAVE AV OPENING: for an lo by Ih* claimant his aunt, er attorney '

.. $;2 50 per month. no money additional automobile mechanic THE FlORIDA TOURISTINOUSTRY mend 'not and ao filed any ahall luch ,b*claim veld.: or de a, ar 5s.+. SUBURBAN AFive ---

down. No closing costs. Write or general experience See Jim l Lee IS WORTH DATED: this 'tho day of April, ties ., 'y --

: call Steven R Been Box 87)9!) service manager LASSERKE //Si5000CXX) AND rS /u Purl PEARL Schumacher IICHU."CIIJII Lond.:al LO-IDP Admin': T$ PROPANE w

'Jan._ 11. Fla A30c MOTOR CO, cVPRox TIMES l trulrt. of the estate of LouiS Londedecvaied .
I LARGER : I Points. & Hardware
t. Grocery
4THS Herbert Wm H.hU>r CAS CO.
Store Is now headquarters for mesh Opporlimity for advance \GTRU c40JSTF1I '''', Alhnk'' ASPnue rot
the complete tine of SPEIDFL I men; Write Box F, C/O News I "<4) pOcean dma' bench" Florida' I Your Complete Lawn & Garden Supply Center -
A Attorney for said catal. ,_ ,
,.watch bands Leader. Uc .. 41 4... U. 23, W


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rage Fourteen News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday. April 23, 1964 I over last year's first quarter tales said Prices on fakrlcattd product)
---- ----- Container Earninqs eif $82,511! ,(000( according to Leo H. continue to be depressed, he slat

Nassau District Boy Scout Rallyat Sumpfer. Receives Plaque II Schoenhcfcn president and chief ed, In spite of good volume.

News From the Ballpark at 7:00: p.m, Rise 20, PercentIn executive officer, Schocnhofen laid Schoenhofen, cited several recent
sales and earnings gains for the capital Investments which helped
I MM\Y, APRIL 26th. First Quarter worlds largest producer of paper the company Increase the profit,

The Rec CenterBY Luther Church Meeting'! In (the I board packaging wore achieved In ability of 111 operations during the
both overseas and domestic opera. past three months Among thrne!
Conference ICeiemi at 11.00 a.m. CIIICAGO, APIII 17 Nit cal'n.Ings
8ANDT PeSANUKOTIIIRSIUY of Container Corp,'rtliun ol lions Is a modern folding carton fabil.
I MOMHl! APRIL 27thPlayschool America rose 20 per cent In the "While our volume Nho\\cd. cahill plant at Carol Stream, III.
APRIL Sid, tlen Ar'III.;: I InHtiiicteir In first three monlhs of ))9t"I, totalling! ,: mi dost( Inert'asc during the first Innis, and a large;: shipping eon,
the Game Room
5th sod tilti grade Fun Club In thc at .01S30JO, ur $47 fit common quarter, we wire able to realise tamer plant at Anderson, Indiana/
Playschool In the Game Room Auditorium at 3.30 p.m. 9.30: a.m", Carolyn Vlzcarrondo: tj ? share, cnmpoled with $1287000:: I a siLnllirant l Increase* In prulllabillly l : both opened late In 13 He said

at 9::JO '.01., Carolyn; VUcarrond, Sub Teen Club In the Game R adult leader Ceramics class (ages 9.111 In tin
7ilS, pm Icr tit last year I which are a direct re slantlal Improvements( In its Kraft
Homo Demonstration Club In Art Room at 3.30 p m, Hani, llncrboard mill In Fernimlina
the Conference Room al 10 00 a m Standard: \ I> Irit t Aid Class In the tides, InMr. Sales for the (three months endIng :I suit of the substantial capital txpindil Beach, Florida, and has expanded.

Puppet Theatre In the And Icr- Auditorium at 7:.0 p.m., Sandy l>c. I Adult and Teens Ceramics In tin !'. March 31, 1964 were $88,393'.1.! .I ires we have mode during I Us production facilities for plastics .

turn al 3.30 p.m., Faith BnllonInstr Sandra, Instr, Ceramics Knim' at 7:30: p.m, hash re- 000, an Increase ol seven I the past two years" Schocnhofen packagingBUILD !.
Men and Uiys Health Club In Sides, Inhtr.Jaynes .
Adult Ceramics In the Art Ram' the H:ulih; Club Room, day anu I y
I In the Conference floes
at 3 30 p.m. Kink Sides, Insir evening/,
at 8.00 pen
Senior (ItUens Club In the Ci n. '
SATl JIIMV. APRIL Mb, Island Squares| Club In the Audi
fcicnce Ram at 7:13: p m. I I
Men and I DO'I' )He tilth ('lul> In Tern Ttnnls Clam at the Atlantic. toi'u 11 ut 7JII: () p.m. ,br

the Health Club Room, day and I I Avtiuo: Icnnis! Coails ul 0.30 a.m.. Men and Boys' Health Club In
.evening Den Caldwell, In:,tr, I tho Health Club Room day ane. A

Adult Beginners Ballroom Dunce i Adult Tumia Class at the Allan- evening.
Casa .n.o Auditorium I lit 810 p I tic Avcn'le Tennis Courts> at 10.:S3am : Allalltle I Avenue Playground\: sup
m? Mr, and Mrs, Gil Becker, Inxtrs: ., Dan Culdwcll, Instr. I crvlfced play 3:10-5:30:: : p.m, Dun -
Atlantic Avenue< Playground, sup Nancy lm>trTUSim '
Puppet Show lii the Auditorlunat
ervlacd play 3:30..5:30: : p.m., Don 10:..0 a in, APRIL :28th.: BETTER FLORIDAWITH
Nanncy, InstrIRIOAY I' s ,
Tern/ Club In tho Game liuom at 11 iyii'hool In the Game Room .
: APRIL 21thNutrllluu 7.:20: pmBildal. al 9 to aim. Carolyn VUcarromlo,

School In the Auditor. Shiver In the Conference adult leader '

hum at 10 00 a.m. Iloom! at 7:30: p.m. Sib Teen Ballroom Dance ClassIn 1
Beginners'/ Sewlnq Class In I he I Men and I Hays' Health! Club In the Game Room at 3:30: p.m? : .

Conference Room at 1:30 p.m? the Health Club Iloom, day and Sandy! DeSandro, Instructor
Mary" Harrison' Home Drmnnslra- evening! Tern Ballroom Dance Class In
I __ !t'I/.m at 7:30 Sandy
the Game
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DcSumlro InstrBaibersluppcrs. HAYDONBURNS
In the Conference

(torn lit, 8.00 p.m, .floflii Nm Sumo PtoitJamsi I b
Paining' for Leisure In the Club Sumpttr (lift) rtcstvH an apprtclatlan plaque from Florida
ItHim' at 7:30: pm Osvtloprrrant Commission Chalrman-Director Wendell Jarrard after }
"A Checking Account Sun Men and Biys ITeallh Club In rtslgnlng M the Commission; Tourist Division Director to ro-tnter
the Health Club Room, day and private business I Sumpter::: : Is organizing. his own agency In the
Makes Money Obsolete" evening public relations field. Ho will open offices May 1 In Miami, Now
f York and Chicago and will operate In the areas of publicity,
Atlantic/ / Avenue 1 Playground, sup
/ promotion, advertising and public. relations. Sumpter has boonsucceeded
rS1 r r.erL crvixcd play, 330530 p.m., Don is the Commissions Tourist Division Director ky Cy
Nanuey' inslr.W'EDNESIAY. Mann, former promotion and publicity director for the St. Augustine Leading Candidate For Governor
Chamber, of Commerce
APRIL 29th
Playschool In the Game Roomat
VUcarrondo Inch, In the county In 1963 totaled $8..
I 1/:30: am., Carolyn
Fun Club In the Auditorium at 722.00. Thla cost.share assistance '
adult leaderSewing
In the Con. 3:30: pm. li made as an Investment In the I ,
for Beginners
fere-nee Room at 9:30: a.m., Mary Adult Beginners' Ballroom Dance public Interest to help Insure the: BURNS IS A BUSINESSMAN
llai rlxon, Homo Demonstration Class In the Auditorium at 8 00 wise use and adequate: protection
k I II
I p.m Mr, and Mrs Gil Becker, of our vital natural resources.ACP .
Agent.: InstructorCeramics "
Yen moll chtrle without danger, suffer no toll If your .
con a 1 I assistance>> Is limited to conservation
checkbook h mliplmtd or lloltn; A ch.cking account glvti" you (lass (ages 1214))
which farmers'
caih ol your flngirtlpi elwayt 'In the right amount, the Ceramics Room at 3:30: p.m., Cub Scout Pack No, 171 In, the measures

You can pay your bllll from the comfort of your living room Hank Sides, InstrAd I Game Room at 7:15: p.m. I I be.and able ranchers to carry normally out to the would extent not .; A PROVEN EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATOR
wllh an automatic' ....lpl far .v.r y paymtnt Cancclltd chocks ills and Teens Ceramics Class Men and Boys( Health Club In necessary If they had to bear the
remind y.u of 'Income tax dtduclloni you any hors fa golltn, In the Art n >om at 713: : pm., (tho Health Club Room, day and whole cost themselves,

Today, handling money In th. form of coih li out.af,dalt. lit e ]Hank Sldrs, Instr evening
work for this wiak Standard First Aid Class In the Atlantic Avcnuo Playground,
shocking account go la you sup. World War II Bomb
Auditorium al 7:30: p.m., Sandy ervlsed play, J:30.5:30 p.m., Dun Perils Red Orphanage
DcSandro, Instr Nanncy, Instr,
Men and Boys' Health Club In MOSCOW, Approximately 100 BUILD WITH BURNS
he Health Club harm, day and FIFTII AND SIXTII GRADE children were removed fiom II''

\ + evening FUN CLUB PROGRAM 'Moscow orphanage when an unexploded .I I
x Atlantic Avenue Playground sup' FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1904 World War II bomb was'

FLORIDA National Bank ervlbcd play 3:30.5:30: : p.m., Don Ice Breaker'Zip found by workmen digging In the
Nanncy, Inntr courtyard I' and Solicited
American Folk Dance Couple Your Vote Support Is

\ awYNNNNINIwN.wN.NwwatFernandinaBeach I TIIl'RSD.\Y APRIL 30th. Bunny Hop Idlers rushed to the Central
Croup Game, Tunnel Race House of Children, removed the I t
Room at r
chool In the Game
10 minute
Vlzcarrondo, 850.pound bomb and exploded II'' Paid Pilltlcal Advertisement/
., 9:30: a.m., Carolyn Western Square Dance Fundamentals .\
wow war wn.N .Nwwn..wuw harmlessly
adult leader outside the city.:
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Adult Ceramics Class In the Art &OIIKS By: rank Snubs and JtfLloyd '
Room at 3:30: p m., Hank Sides, '

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Under 1 964 ACP j

Nassau County farmers and I
JOHN T. ranchers riml nued to make pro' 0 9
gross during 13! In the development ,
and oimnullm of the conn
SeY' dwe
lys vllal natural re'MHII'ccs. The .

I agricultural nscrvatiem program, I ,
as in past years, played nn in. .J" '
I portant Dart in the 'onsl'I'vation' | ;IjIf.;
WEISNERYOUR e nccnmpli'ilimciils( made timIng thin '
I )'rllr. Thirty.elulit farmers and i I II .1 r;
ranchers In the enmity pirticlp. .
I id In the 1)61) ACP and completed
apwovrel solilItl'r, woodland I
and wildlife conservation practices .
:I Tie agricultural misery-nil'
I program: I IH ailmlnl,leied\ In the!
county IV the I [ inner.deetiel.. ASC Flair by

IS ceminitlee. Miiis Myrtle Mkkilmn I N.t .
county olficc minueer of the! ASC, i
released a report this week 011''
the conservation accomplishments FRIGiDAIREBuiltin
stressed that the ACP IIll'mrr.'/
government partnership The BOV.crnmcnt .
t nil ires a putt of the cost :
of carrying out the needed con. I beauty double-oven4xury
scrvatlin work less than SO' {

WEaSNER IS percent In mist cases the farm.I'
ers and ranchers themselves bear
the major portion! of' the cost f.t.tj.1 convenience
I ;, : Dramatic built In beauty and eye level
Their contribute Includes labor, | _
AN EXPERIENCED SCHOOL MAN equipment and materials I yet it Installs as easily as conventional range!

practices Some of completed the major niervallmi under thl'.1" I ,. -f Both oven doors glide up to open out of the way.

1963 M'P In the ,'nllllty'err: I ...c See in as you bake through decorative filigree glass.
TWENTY SIX YEARSAs ell( The establishment ef 123:!:

acres of permanent vegetative RolI.To-You cooking surface pulls out like a drawer
cover for soil protection ur as a -
needed land.uie adjustment; glides back out of sight when not in use. ,

12)) The applkatien err 2ol terns
Cook.Master automatic oven control.
of liming! materials on 233 acres ; ,
of farmland to permit the use of )
e Teacher 9( Conch o Principal 8 Superintendent' legumes and grasses>> fir boll Impruu'inont Automatic Roast Thermometer-Just dial ,

sued prelect I m: for a perfect roast.
<13'> The Improvement ur cit ibllshmcnt .

of 370 urns of trees fer Heat.Minder surface unit guards against boilovers.

i Nassau County's Schools Need'WEISNER'S acres forestry<(41'he> ef purposes islibllalied Impnnenunt; vegetative of! 200( .e Radiant Wall Spatter.Free Broiler grill broils to

cover for soil or watershed protection perfection-fewer spatters, easier oven cleaning!

Miss Mkkelsen also pointed out >tr Optional (extra cost) Rotisserie bastes meat.
that a significant factor In the
success of the163\! conservation
tftort was the fart that 14 farms LIBERAL TRADE-IN
and ranches In the county carried
out conservation practices under
the 1JW! ACP that had not particlpaled ALLOWANCESeasy

EXPERIENCE o ATTENTION In the program during the
three pl'l'vloll.! years A special terms
effort is being made to encourage!
INTEREST farmers and ranchers who have
not been earning! out needed con

\ the scrvatlon ACP work to participate in Florida Public !Utilities Co.

Paid Political AdvtrtUen Cost.shares earned by the par.
i 'tlclpatiag, farmers md nacbenl I

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