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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 30, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUMK 106 NUMBER 33 ..-
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Vote I Callahan Rally Florida Georgia Road Officials Slate Further



Saturday; Final I




Here Election Eve Study After Favorable Bridge Feasibility ReportI


i I An unusually large crowd was in

Seen attendance at the political rally I

Tuesday last Saturday night at lulcr, the \ proposed bridge: lo link this
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of four such ral.
second! In a series cltv mill SI 1.lr"I.. Georgia, long
lies scheduled before the May 51 li unsullied n pipe dream' bv mo.t.1U1I ,

primary, \ aM-jis| lo be a inability(
.. Interest In the current poll Ileal total 7.517, an all-time high am The third rally will be held Sat r.itlur' I hall a possibility
: well over 5000 are expected tcenter urdav, May 2nd at the FairGrounds
campaign, both on a slate and : \Meclinu, lure Tuesday, at Seaside]
the voting machine bunthi In Callahan Preceding the
lnls record
county basis. p- to a !Inn all) icpicscnldllves of Ihe
turnout of voter for the primary and cast their ballots for favorite peaking, turkey, and him dinners t'Jt'l'lIla' and dcciiglu: Paul board
election Tuesday. candidates. will be served al the Callahan HiKh .
ass Pall ( niid a member' of Ihe
Registered voters In the county Of the total number of register School, with proceed going to I the 's i 'Him ol WIIIIIII'IIlIlh! hut Associates .
band. The Yulee P.TA sx| >nsoicd\
--- ----- white Democrats ,
ed voters, 5866 arc a ?r r :New. tI awn, Conn eniilneer-
and 1,459 are colored! Demo the dinner preceding the'ul'e
.
lug onsull.intH who gut I' the 1'1.'
number rally, a
mils. White Republicans
t
suitol a ft'lIh1hlhly! npoll on tho
/r151/faml/tn 73 and there are 15 colored Republicans The fourth and final rally 111\ beheld 11I'I'IIiN'd bridu'

Four are registered as In. at City Ball Park in Keinan- (
dependents with 3 white and 4 col- dma Beach on election eve, May/ 4. The fiaxibiliu, rcpoit t. \\ IIIi'llI a"

I I I orediSec. At the two remaining rallies the jiiiullv ordered! and! linumcd by
t1.d,1. and i"III'glli lit Hie
miuestof
lor speaker will,
f breakdown by precincts' In same procedure
<>fl <: this Issue) be scheduled, with gubernatorial rued biidid lepicMiil.ilivcs of
candidates speaking boom the two Males, slumc'd, Ih.il a loll
Ulllies to be Cilll'd11th euncll- and Hale
.Stu 'm'l road c in be coiisliiiitcd! ul a cost
30 until 730. wllh all county
!! dates arc as follows: 6: : 1. /
U S. Senator Sssurd| L candidates beginning at 7,30 p.m, of tli; million

...;:IWwPrORI'cl Holland and Drailey Odluim.jovcimir The Woman's Club will have 1 1 hI' ii. million llguie as presented .

( ) Haydon Burns, Fred charge of the confessions at the .. hv .0111nl, calls fur, con.xlriiilion .
for the long! dreameduf I Bud Dickinson, Robert King High: Monday night rally, serving boxed < ieh."a of lour separate bildges

bridge to link this city and St Frederick- U. Karl. Scott Kelly, thicken dinners In addition In hot ) mid 8.:Vi antes ul hlghuav hilwiin

Mary's Ge-orgla, aic brighter thin John E (Jack) Matlieus. digs coflce, take and cold drinks I the two coastal elhcs The new
most even dared hope for and I Attorney General Earl Fair. Pete Ingram, chairman/ of the 'r. .. route will cut the milc>uge! 1II'I\\I'I'n

am still firmly convinced that (his cloth Jimmy Kynes Democratic Executive Committee t the lilies by. 2H) miles and would

proj.tI ill get underway before Public Utilities Commissioner of Nassau County, said each can. "" also bilng .SI.I.II'Y" four milesneiner

Governor Bryant goes out of officeIn Phillip S. Brewer, t-dwln: L, "Ed"" didute Is allowed five minutes to -_--- -, -o4. e ..,,-.. / Jacksonville\ ,

January, The feasibility report I present his or her qualifications The four bildnes would Include
was much mine favorable than M.ison: House of Representatives Ceo. and platform. KAM'H I'OUKKS.. DMrk-t :.1 member of (tile .Florida Stale Koad !lioaid. swimd. from a spun over the SI. Marys River

awes I hoped for and both the roe II. Dorsey, Claude E. Wingale, Ingram also urged that every Voters left, discusses a point in the feasibility report with I'liul (Conrad, right of Wilbur 1(170( feet long, one over the Jolly

Georgia mid Florida engineers here Sherilf\ John G, Barrow lldv- one attend the rallies and acquaint Candidates Smith and Associates, consulting engineer who submitted the! report. Left to right, River K10 (fret lung one over Tiger
were more Hun a little surprisedat I Individual Reminded Of Election the Director of the Georgia; Highway Depart- Creek 250 feel and
wood A. Dyal. H S. "Herb" Mc. themselves with the Lonnie A. Pope!, exeruthe assistant to ( lung one over

the projected) cost of construe Kendree. H, J. Youngblood candidates and their platforms Intent I'owera, Jay lirown. chief engineer of the! Florida Stute Road Department. Sam Amelli River,, the largest, and

tlon. I congratulate both In slates lor Tax Assessor D. H "Buck" Fred O (IBudi* Dickinson attended Day Restrictions Draper revenue! projects director of the! .Florida State Road Department and I'onrad. highest, 2200 feet long and 55 feet
their farsighted elforts ordering
I and Sheriff II. J. high
Buchanan, Eddie McKl'lIdl'ee. the Yulee rally briefly Uungblood
and financing/ the feasibility reportas Superintendent of Public Instruction spoke on his behalf lor the gover.. asked the News-Leader today The bridges would cost as fol.

well as those who have pushedso Dean B. Blankcnshlp John norship to remind both rnndldutcs and Duval Sheriff To 'FBHS Band To Enter Spectacular To 1IIu: St M.iry'i f72T>,(H)0) : .JullyUiver
long and so hard for this pro.
T, Welsner. voters of certain restrictions State Contest On : $273MO: ( Tiger Creek, $110".
'ject. Just a little bit more push
County Commissioner District 1 that are Imposed on eleilloimby mill) and the Amelia span, SI.die),.

and first by to I'JdO take! I this hope scenic!to be drive.one of the Odell Dee, Harry Poole C. P.I" I Requiem Mass j I law, Speak At Annual Campus Of FSU Feature DancersOf pan( The bridge over till Amelia

Rud\ Rutishauser. He cited that all burs, lounges I Hlvir would have to be the S3 toot

County Commissioner, District- 3 Michael's i and package stores selling alcoholic The r-ernandlna Heiich High Ballet Guild liclghl required by U. S. Knglneerslor :
At St.
Don't fail to go to the polls and Charles N. Bennett. R II. "Bob" beverages must he Jaycee Banquet School lIandI ill leave 111111'H"IY anv spun without\ a dravvbiidiiclo

cast your ballot on Tuesday Judge Carter, J. F "Johnnie" Claxton. cloned during the sating hoursof 11111'111111IIa\ )' 7, at II,30 am. tin' uccoinodute craft using thin In.tiucoustul .

the candidates on their respective Harold E, Frederick James T For D. B. WhiteRequiem I 7 a.m. lo 7 p.m.He Duval County Sheriff" Dale Car.mm Tullahassee. and Hie campus uf Hie H.ille| timid ol Jacksonville-' Waterway,

merit and choose each as If you Nails, James S i Jimmy' Stevens also urged adherence of will lie guest 1 speaker ul the Florida Stale Inlveislty. Th'y1111 will be teidiiiiil III Hivctul se. ('lInl'ad said that financing and

were hiring someone for your Individual County Commissioner District 5 candidates lo the ruling that annmil Civic Auaidi and Installation participate* In the North Florida 'Minnie of 'Koinniiic of bight:, other\ such l''II"lrl'lOelllsllIulol require .

business or assistance John F. "Fred" Armstrong, mass was held at 10 I: no campaigning, through liter bdiiquel' of the- nandlnii Shale Bund Contest rcsllval Hugs," lo be piesciilcel June J.Hbv I another tl'i' million, bringing ; .

Qualifications and ability are lar Continued( on Page/ Tool' a,m today at St. Michael' Calh- ature or otherwise may be Bench Junior Chamber of loin. The conceit bund Is siliediiled lo the Duncan I jmont C'llni Ills Jhe total cost to $7'. million

more to be desired than good looksor ollc Church for Dorwln Baker conducted nearer than 3011 feet mane. rildnv evening, May 1. play In Weuott auditorium ul 111,00( toiiiul'; l Soi'let)'. under Ihe direction i font In IK'd on Page Two

a glib tongue when you're croonIng White, who died Monday afternoonIn to a polling place on election Attorney Thos. J. ShAve, Jr will a,m. cm Friday May 8, The \Matching of M.mrlee GeolfreyTho ,

someone to look after your In. Negro Held In ,' Humphrc Memorial Hospital day, Introduce the speaker, Hand will perfoim al Doak lilHtoiliHl _,"'('llIelllnr, dolitmu .
I
fairest Remember most political The Rosary was recited Wedius. I The law rends as ful'owst!! Campbell stadium at approximately (" OVCM 41)1))) yean/ of Amelia Band Parents To

mistakes take yean to rectify. Death Of day evening at Oxlcy MortuaryChapel "On 1be day of any elrcllun' It I UU p,mv Islands hthlllry Is thou first of tt>. : ,
Son Interment was In Bogqu
*. | hall be unlawful for any per. kind to be presented on inch s I
I Bello Cemetery.Mr ion to distribute any political 1 uMe scale in Firnandlna, Beach,, Sponsor Supper For
In order this
Congratulations are of the
Whiles was a member 7,517
pamphlets, cards literature
or RegisteredTo
@ 1 will be
6r /1111'11111 I'hm'"rIIh..1by
week for R E. Phlnney, general During Argument I Catholic Church. I
of any kind, or solicit. votes, Nolan Dlngman Frank hpolar.
of the Fernandina Dlvli- I Tallahassee
manager He graduate of Purdue TripFried
was a
or approach elector In an
any /and Moray Klikard all of the
Ion of Container Corporation on his Sherilf H J. Youngblood said to. University In mechanical engineer. attempt to solicit votes within Cast BallotsIn Ballet Guild,'

appointment as a vice president of day that JT, Berry 33-year-old Ing., and was a member of Alpha lao yards of any polling places. chicken potato salad I,
'
that company. Phinney began his !Negro resident of Milliard, Is being Tail Omega frateinily. All peace officers or election May Primaries I member From Far uf, ntmdlnn:the' ;llean Beach Subunit Hill 1 'be of> I baked beans, slaw, home-mudu
with Container In
11J1
career held In Nassau County )jail on a I He was a member of Bell Tele officials shall arrest any persons rolls, hoine.made cake and plenty
Darning and .liilnnue' School of Ihl'al'llI'llI'llIlI
here when the local plant pe
came charge of murder In connection phone Pioneers of America presl. violating the provisions of of lied lea and coffee.
Dame, III several
was being constructed In 1937 and with the death of his 2-year old dent of South Carolina Telephone j this section In their presence According In recoids( In the Supervisor ./ limn dlllll'I'rM will numbers / Sound! good' ? You bet It's (ho
present
has moved steadily the ladder. gen1ral
up Independent Association and of Iceglsliitlon's office,
son. \ Any "person' violating the pin-
ail ICmplie Dull at Ihe close uf the I
It's flood news that he will remainIn I Youngblood and Deputy Colon I I ? manager and treasurer of ,vision ol this section shall be, 7.517 Nassau C'ounlv clll/iMis are first art 1, wllh Julaimei school bestWe'll bo looking for you Salur-

Fcrnandina Beach rather than Slkes, who Investigated the Incident Scacoast' Telephone Co of Myrtle I upon conviction, guilty of a registered to vote In Iho May primaries portraying. I'lrulc runlany tooxn I lay- night at the Band Parents'
transferring to the Ivory tower In with Patrolman R W. Grooms of 1 Beach S. C. misdemeanor." I .
I Hie second ml'Ihe Chicken Serving will he
| supper.
Chicago, See next week's Issue fur Milliard said Berry told them he' Mr. White was cnaged In the
Of this nil 111 111'1' Slum are while .
.
5
through
spoe, 'lIlf'ul'lr111I' 1)(' pl'( ul 8pm In the high
a full account of the promotion. I I was arguing with his wife. Joan, 'theatre' business In Fcrnandlna Ill'Infll'rat and I.4":>H! are colored mated icliool cafeteria
IJ. A. Beard To Be In two evening I performances
v'r 7:30 Saturday when she Beach for a number of >ears.I .
about : am Demoiruls. White Republicans"
The high school dance will
the bund
the' on parade giouiiils ot
Usually Housing Authority of suddenly grabbed a shotgun aimed I He Is survived by his widow, I Panelist At Annual number 73 and (there are 15 col- Foil Clinch. | provide the dinner music for but
the City of Fernandlna Beach ha; U at him and pulled the trigger Mrs. Thelma Manassa White Fer. cued Republicans. Tlieie are 3'' I I'vI'nlnll.

a waiting list In the low rent housIng Berry said there was a misfire I nandma Beach; a sister, Mrs. Char. Public Works Meet while m Independents and 1 eoloiedIndependent.

units but such Is not the case and he tried to knock the gun out Ics Creamer of Champaign, III., James A. BeniH. director ol Kiwanians Fete Vm may obtain tickets by cull

at tho moment I don't t know If I It of his wlfcs hands with a shovel I, and two nieces. Public Works for the City of Ker.nandma (hue Carson Broken doun, by pioclints he nu Mis. Harold IVnlon, rtiono

hi a sign ol the times and the gin> As he swung the shovel a second Active pallbearers were M liPlkula Beach, will bi a panelist count Is an follows: 2M.511tJlln't! \ forget. Sutuidjy,

oral! economy Is looking up bin time, the child stepped out from R W, Farr, L. E. Woltcis In tile "Streets' Concurrent The balllllll't111I<| be held In the While ('ol. While Cal, Ladies At Dinner \lay 2. You'll never be hungry

there are at present two vacancies behind the mother and received the Davis Wclghton, Clayton Sandersand Group Session at the meeting!! of Junior High School raletoilum(,.. at Pet Dem Horn. hip, Rap/ Total gain,

inthe colored section and the waitIng I blow on the left side of his skull. Thomas G. Hall the Florida Chnptir, Amciium 7JO: : p m and the public Is Invit.ed 1 312:; 1117 3 0 li.'l I

fast Is low' In the white section, I Youngblood said Berry was arrested Honorary pallbearers were Louis Public Works Association In HMvera Iinners will be $J.r"0 per' plate 2 B'CI'! 5(1() 13 0 Ml Meeting Monday ', Woman's Club To

at his home In \Hilllard af. A. Ferreira, E. E. Lasscrrc, R E. \ Officers lo be Inslulle-d are Jim 3 421 0 2 II Ul: Have ConcessionsAt

One of the most delightful younfifaaillks ter the child died In a Folkston Phlnney, Dr B F, Dickens, Ir To be h'ldIIay\ 6-'l! at IMid.iv Bc'iilty piesidenl ;: J. C Campbell, 4 hi 7 4'Ut'! II :5 1 1,12'1 KhMinlmis blvd I heir (1.1I11I1'IIIIIIIIIY *

to avail themselves of the I hospital. Ken Neil; R. E. May Stewart HKlchcson Inn. this will be the 2nd annual vlee-piesuh : Ferris Jones, HI'r'l 5 HIH:! :31\ H 3 71)7) nlulit al Ihe SiiiulliHr Rally Monday

ea9 living on Fernandina Beach'i Berry Is being held without bond I' H. M. Ward, GilbertWelghlon Conference for Public Work. Of. rclary; Davis Little, treasurer; 6 3117/ 114 3 I 501 with a scalooel, dinner KtnncthSlurges

occiuifront left this week for Carl pending an Inquest to be held by H F, Stone Jr? and R. floats and the 4th annual meetingof and Board of Directors Leon I 7 535 141 7 2 war was In chaige/ of I Ihe al. i The Woman's Club of rcrnm.dinu .

sbid, New Mexico, after spending Justice of the Peace I. T. Blake. B. Lockwood. I the Flnrlda Chapter. I' Jones, J. C. "Bud" Lewis John I II 8 4U9 78 7 1 5711 fair, and Klwanlini Fred Conk \Beach will have Ihe "canes,
,
a few months here. Don Ball his I 'Beard will be on the 2 pm pro. Wilsher and Bob Flncannon. I II 9 422 77 2 0 Slit presented the program Dun Walk. sinus at the political, / rally in tliu

lovely wife Daphlne and two pie- Political Rally Benefit SupperFor gram Friday, May 8. I The Invocation will be given by 10 503 34 It 0 5IH er, a science teacher' and his City Ball Park on Monday\ even.
clous children Darren and DanetIc I liroliier' Ted Walker, civics tciihcr tug, May 4.
I A highlight of the conferencewill Rev, Nelson; Mayer, pastor of Me1 : 11 541)) 24H 1 3 7'PI)
lived here while he was engaged At Elm Street Callahan Band be the opportunity for the modal MilliiHlist\ Church, and John 12 117: 1 t 0) 0 I1H:;) Hire guests of I Ihr Chub, Boxed chicken suppers will goon
In Installing for the I I Unit his recent sale id 3 for II\ much, Ono
equipment Set Saturday NightTurkey participants to view the displav Tester reining president will Of Hie Independents, Hglstcreil, reported un at. p" ?
Toledo Scales Co. at the Thinkol Center, May 1 of the most modern equipmentused the welcome address. there Is one while rash III I're 'lenddiice at a Key Club Con, e'll, half tried! chicken\ ill bu scrvicl!
rocket fuel plant In Smilhcist Geor. give' t lion,,, to which he hud been, hulled with all the tiliniiiin.
The Nassau County Citizen'sClub and Ham dinners will be by public works departmenu. ('hurles Cook' vice-president! ofDmtriiet 1111'1. I, 2 and 3. Tin only coloredIndependi'nt .
The Balls were high In their Walker Hut elogi: codec Coca Colas and
a fuciillv com.plimcnled
gla an sponsor
cafeteria Is In Trc-clncl II.
Callahan designedto I
Is
The
Is sponsoring a political rally served In the program I III111I Install the new
of Fernandina Beach Klwmilunx Iheirigruin home'made rake will be sale
praise as a ,I Ihl' on on
al the Elm Street Recreation Cen.ler prior to the rally Saturday May mret I lie professional needs ol officers I .
fine to live and, like Club and, 'd "U boor 3 m. until the conclusion
mighty place Key pmis : slate p
on Friday, May I, at 7:30,: P.M. 2. St'rving111\ begin at 5,00 P.M. the director of public works and Sherilf ('al'8I1nla.. born III Ohio Election CanvassingBoard
who live here and I ol the, rally
many others a aundrrlnl niovcmc' 'nt t lo In.
There will be refreshments for This Is a bcnelit supper fur the other governmental olllciuU! whoso where he nllended public schools'
ulsowhcrc mute evidence doc' Hllllh'lIh 11 h the The public's patioiidgv will be
work are band Will Meet Inn.lie\ \ reI'untmurd -
ad. Callahan High School duties Involve public works adminlst He received hislal'hl'lor\ of Aria
that It'lorth the drive to their I mi page: six) appreciated
--- .
------ -- -- rations operations and services Degree from Ohio Slate t'nivcrsily: .
At 8 A.M.
place of employment lo come homeat WednesdayThe --

night and find their family in I I Memorial Growth Continued on Page TMOI I Klection: Canvassing Hoard

such pleasant suiroundmgs, I urgea Humphreys Hospital will meet at 8 am. Vtednesclivmorning

stronger push by the Chamber of Conner StudentsTo : Glyn H. Waas Jr. May A, to count/ iilwniecballcils
,
attracting Commerce other to Increase such f.imilics efforts here In I I Reviewed By Clarke For Rotary Club"On i Appear In Piano and deliver oflltlal elecliimreiulls '

from Thiokol and other area installations Festival SundayThe I Named President The Hoard will be composed of
the eve of the opening ol "To bt'lIln'lth., patient care has f
of 'Kegis'
Jacksonville Music TI'a'h-' Marie StriiHs Supervisor
National Week, been constanlly Improved not only
trI annual Hospital trillion, County Judge J. K: Wen
ers Association will present IKlI'of
I never cease to be amazed at I our community should pause to al the patient's bedside" but also I the largest mass music programs Golf Association Iherford and a member of Ihl'Jjllllrd
the thoughts that run through think about our own hospital and technologically ..slell.. Clarke ,
of County CommissionersAbsentee
ever held In this area. Sun-
minds Here's local III and accomplishments went on to cite Just a few of the I
.
a progress
children' Jr named
I Improvements' day, May 2. when acme 375 students Glyn H Wans. wan ballot applicatiuns totaled
young lady who has a peeve that during the past several years more outstanding wear in a Piano Festival president of the Fernandlna Beach I 3.W at !5 I p m deadline/ on
Llnklct.tcr's stated Ben (Clarke Administratorof such as-: the hospital Is now licensed ,
In Art
should rate a spot that
Board of al the Civic Auditorium In Jack. !Men Golf Association as April' 2U Deadline for casting the
'kids Say the Darnedest Humphreys Memorial Hospital, by the Florida State sonvllle. group met last t night In general ballots Is Monday, May 4II/ 5
Things" I as he addressed the Rotary Club Health: the hospital operatesBlood a session Uaas succeeds It. H.
Those appearing In recitals at pm
Bank which has been approved
yesterday at their regular weekly
Dear Grandma head of the for the
8pm.. from Fernandlna Beach Taming as group
both the
? I mad at luncheon meeting at Seaside Inn for certification by
How are you am every. I eornlnl'I'llI',
the following students of Mrs
body. I cant mach Ovate Ilallt Clarke 1a.. presented to the Hotarlans Florid and American Associations are Name el to serve' with Wiui are Fernandina Beach
Ruth Conner Judy Burton Jennie
too. Butch wont let me see any. by Emerson Filer, pro.ir.m of Blood Banks, a fete not easily Peterson, Jimmy SaunderMin John Searboio.. vice preside-Ill. Weather
achieved since the hospital was
to the Early chairman.
wants tee
thing. He se-crelary: John
John Gregory
the LaVoyne Shiver, Thea Lame Me.
Show every day. Last night I Iwanted "Unlike: the past years, therewill inspected for accreditation by Kendree Jimmy Bush. Susan Hooper, treasurer, and three new U 8 Appr"Ye W.uiher' m.Unnrputh
A A B B
to see the Lucy show but be no announced theme for pre lcll'nt.l'leet of the : directors Charles Tomlmson, Nit: 71h At Lime hlree
Stewart, Suzanne Shiver, Bobby
no Butch got to see It. I was nationwide emphasis," Clarke continued Ihe hospital In recent years has Jones and ft H Young Man Min Rain
Thomas
Snarl BeverlyBrewer
thinking I could come and sidy "Each hospital is asked to employed the services of a Dietician Burton and Cindy G'8S.Rol"rt ., Waas announced that he will an- Vtednesclay. April 21, B3 59 0
Grandma and GrandpiI select a topic which best applies an anesthetist t. an operating; Thursday, April 23 BHrriday. b4 0
with you communes and chairmen/ at
O lioffelt, director, of point
I did not tell Mommy yet Mommy to its own Individual situation"! room nurse, an assistant liborj. Riverside Park Methodisl an early date April 24 Hit i iSaturday. b3:; 0 Till: (',IHM: 1
said that she did not like me. Su "Humphreys \Memorial Hospital tory technician and an x-ray lech- the Church choir has conducted four A report on the latest t"oruumrnlthuaid April 23 91 b9 0 raining In send the Fvrnandina (leach High School !Handto

that Is the answer. Is It all right' is extremely proud of our part nolan in addition to many other rehearsals preceding the concert that 81 members part( Sunday, April 2A 7't" fi.i II' the! Mate context( in Tallahassee !lob Tarpley, left
of I comet played In the overall health pro professional and non.profesHlun..1perlOnnel. the 4-ball event last l Monday, April 27 73 fill ,(Wl) handing check for $323:
hospital has addedpostsurgical end will\ conduct the recital.. cipated In 'hem Cell president, In shown a
the
85 137
gram of the county and it might Tuesday, April 28 72
Love Mary
recovery room, The Festival I Is sponsored anlually Saturday to Harry Peters, president of the Band Parents: Associa.PKY : .
w.eih.r ii unl.h.d eourhnny,111,1s
Don't let be In order to review briefly some a Thin
let me come that annual
noted .
Please also
the Music Teacben It was r'iul a. r"Lnwl.
toilet ( by "' r"xli. '
and aCouuau
bath -
Hi ii the trouble! of the more recent accompliab.hahugtlt ,I added patient's thin .-Ieraatulss
Butch come dUll all p4j'ilb: *. of :.I.y 1, lgj.a Covp.rauvc Gasarosl.r r
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Two Xewi-Lcader, Fernandlna,! Beach, Florida Thursday, April 30, 1964 -

Florida, Georgia Scout 213 Takes First Place In
.FERNANDINA FOLLOW THRU Troop
BEACH NEWS-LEADER LETTERS TO i Con 11 sued hum Pane/ One)

ell AM ST8CET PHONG ease UI1 Hit report thawed that! revenue

A John n. Perry Newspaper THE EDITOR I from the reconunended tollt would Saturday y yThe

tar feWfeftU. Editor ai.J. Mim.i..+ ,I certificate UM>Ort about. (SiiSResled$l'i million tolls revenue are 72 Golden Isle Scout Rally Here
Mr E. J.
ABC AUDITED PAID CIBCVLAT70NPubtlAed Johnson Jr, Iayor
rent for and M |
pawenwr cart
South a
20 Dth! St
very Thuriday and entered at Ue Post Officer crnu an axle for truck). s..a North Florida Counrll of ers, Gator Patrol Troop 171' second

'.* dIDl Beach, Florid, M second clan mail natter Dear Fernandlna Sir Bench Fla After hearing the report repre.' the Boy Seoul of America. Na*. I place. C Bennett Hawk Pa. ,
Sub crlpton) Rates: : tentative( of both doles and of this lau District Golden Itlc Scout! trot Troop 213; third place. R. Duval Sheriffi
14 o year 12,25 a month $1.25 3 Month I would like to Inform you thnt area engaged In a lengthy! quest tlon !tally wan held Saturday April Btdfoid Apache Patrol, Troop l I
M5U t year out of county my Lwal Union has voted OAt to bad answer period In which Conrad 2'Hh' at the Fernandlna Beach ballpark 213: and fourth pinto C. Mulllnuj I i from Page Our)
support the purchase of the Water clarified many point In nil with Troop 171 and 213 ofrcrnandina Flying Eagle Patrol Troop .3.>1. In Wl, hiving majored I In crim.
I I Works and the extension of the t@w.it I Innlicy, While attending the uni
report Beach. and Troop 331 I I Top honors went to Troop 218;
THE CANCER PROBLEM Sewer System. Here for the + of Callahan participating. which first place winner !In (theBelly verslty he wa employed ai a
We feel that the extension of meeting from :the ) ,kr"r', : was I member of tho Columbus Ohio
Florida Rnad Board were Ralph'' The Rally started wllh all Scouts : soc( nd place, Trap 171,
!re, we closing In on the cancer problem ? There are the Sewer System Is a vital needto and ofiiclaU at attintitn 3jl | PdlceDpt. ;
Power. of Lake Clly, District Two standing and third place, Trap'
the of the
the
growth If
city leaving university he
hopeful, Indications Great gains have been made GI'eatt'I'JCII'p you HY WILLIE \TTSON while the National Anthem Upon
wish member: Jay Broun' head entfl.neer was Volunlecilng as officials for this
to proceed wllh this pnposal. t became a tectlve for the BIII.
:can be made now we fed It should bt! put to a veto for the Florida State Road DCpartrmnt played. The Rally began prompt. Rally were Dr Drn Dickens and more and I Ohio Railroad and cun

;Research has produced major advances In recent! years. ur the people as six n asp ssihlc. : Jim Brewer, dlsrlet en Due In the Inclement weather ly at 7:30 p m. w'Itn the fallowing/ J. D Uaigheitv. referees. The I tinned In Ihli rapnclty tint II 1 1'ISI|

Scientists t are coming up with new and encouraging find namely the upcoming tlty Elec. unctr and hli assMaits. Jim Tuesday the weekly tournament event and results starter was Fred Tcwnscnl, ; head when' he Jilned DIP rcdiral IIu

Ings' ';This accounts for the feeling as one sckntlxt( said (Ion. Ward and Jim Plttmtm, all of thc was cancelled Next Tuesday Is an The first event was the pup tent judge, Tim Lannon: judges IIiw. roan of InvestigPtli as an awn/ '
that cancer may be comjueied in lifetime. We appreciate you and the City Lake City office: and S.n1I'al"r.\ OsFN '. Hanrlicnp tourney raiting which wn won by P ard !Hanna Hal Bi'Ichor. and Mike His service with the FBI. six
our Commissioners fir taking the limeIn director of the revenue project May 7h( a play day at the ]Navtl; Schrantz and D Bcmeri of DieGator Plkula; Hue.up, Di, Bill Rcdelfer of which he spent In Jar k.
The hopeful facts are that this year the lives of 48.000 discussing this proposal with division of the Florida SRD. Air Station May 12th we entertain Patrol, Troop 1"1 Second I and Dick Galphln: clerk Walter I yeah lonvllle. ended when he was ap.

people will be saved from cancer people who would have ui From the Georgia Highway St Marji here and May Hlh we plan In this event went lo R Leary; and announcer Sandy De. I pointed D val County Shrrlff In

died of the disease had they developed It a decade ago Another Yours truly, Board were Lonnle Pope executive journey to Brunswick Country Club Bedford and R Ferrelra of the\ Sandro Serving ai chairman of January, 1158.

hopeful fact is that half of those who develop cancer Virgil H Harper President anlttant to the Director: H! HHuckcbt la the 1964 Handicap event Marge: I Apache Patrol Tritp(, 213 refreshment was Kenneth MilM He la a dencon of Riverside

in any 'ear can be saved If the disease is diagnosed early Local Union No 413 planning engineer and I Unnon gore to the letnl.finals by In the second event which was I committee chairman of Troop 171 Preibyterlan Church member Of

and treated promptly. This could! mean 270,000 lives in CC: L. L BohannonH I John Wllkerton Jr? dcilgnlng engineer defeating Betty York 3.1. and Jean knot tying first place went to S. assisted by Sam Joyce, committee Executive Board of the North

1964, A half century few had L Kitchens Hooper won over Shirley Shave I Trawlck J, Cato and J. Mulllni? chairman of Troop B9 Florida Council of the Boy Scout
ago, cancer patients '
hope of cure Today there any B, SorensenJ i Representing Nassau County were 1In the lower bracket Beth Flying Eagle Patrol Troop 351, Also assisting at the Rally were of America. and various other
alive in the United States are more than 1,200,000 persons TIlI.kolFl'mondlna Rep Claude Wlngate County Com. Beach nosed out Sara Allan 3.2. Second place! went to C Bl'nneft,1 several Sea Explorer Scouts The fraternal end professional ortan
cured of cancer. Beach News Leader mlsstonen Harry Poole. ehalrnvin. Nancy Herring Is plavlng/ Harriet- W Harvey! and S Stratton Hawk Scout officials of Nassau County (rations.
Despite this steady progress against cancer the prob. Florid Times Union ''W. N Galphln) Jim Thomas and I I te Waas as this 1 Is bring written Patrol Troop 213 Third place and especially the Activities (hair- He served In the Europrnn Thr.

lem remains a major one Some 48000,000 Americans now &
alive will develop the disease: (if present rates continue IBFW: LU 1924P torney Thoi. i, Shave Jr, and Jean Hooper and Both Brach playa and J. Dicsslcr Seminole Patrol, for giving their time and cf- was awarded the combat, Infant r>'.
This 1s one fourth of the population O Box No 7Fornandina County Judge! J. E. iGonel Wea.therford the winner of the Hirrlngwaasmatch Troop 213 Fourth place went tnT foil to the Scouts of our community man badge!!: .

Stark as this Beach. Fla I : Anderson P. Prteri and MCrumplcr We take this opportunity ilso I Awards lo be made within the
figure Is
We are saving something can be done now. April 28. 14 Representing Fernandina Beach! Poker.Hand winners for the Gator Patrol Troop 171In to (thank (the mtmasters of the Jaycee organization Friday ..U ht t

We' could only one out of thwe who develop cancel. The Honorable City Commission. were Mayor E. J. Johnson. City weekend were Pile Ingiam Kel tho sack race first place various participating troops: Mr are, Kcy Man Javcce of the.Jiur
save one out of two, As the American Cancer en Attorney H W Fishier City Com. ,I Matteson. J. W. Thtmpsmn. Fail went to D McSwaln, Seminole Doted Bowers Trorp 171 and Mr Ice Spoke and Jaycoe of the Vear,
Society sate, an annual health checkup for everyone would City HallFernandlna mluloner Ben Sorcnien also a Brawn John Lucas H G Pert and Patrol Troop 213; second place Ernie Valero Troop 213 both of Other awards to he made ate" .

go a long way in saving the one out of two This means Beach Fla member of the Ocean Highway and j Dave Cray was P Peter. Gator Patiol, Fernandina Beach and Mr John the Good Government 'tarel.

getting to your doctor in time I Dear Sir: I Port Authority and Harry D JflJm- Troop Iii: third place. W Ryali. Cato Troop 351 of Callahan. aware! to Oils)an,ling \un<

As for the other halt, only future research I'I After much thought and discus lon. Port Authority thilrman: Apology Eagle Patrol. Trod 213; fourth We Him'('i'civ hrpc that cadi and Teacher I Disllngiilshi! Sirvlii
them research effort can save lion with the members of our President Reed Lewellcn and ) I place P. Fiala, Hawk Pa I nil. every parent that has a biv In Award' noel I winner cf Merit Srhnl 1 1urslilp
the ..iVcV the supported In the main by Local Union, this Is to Inform you I Jack Woodward, of the rtad and I II The name of Genes "The Big Troop 213 Scouting will get brhlnd these boys for 1t'achlnll.
government's National Cancer Institute I I I eat Little In the first aid and their make this ., .
Js and the public that we can not I bridge committee. represented the Store In Town" as the competition on troops to a - -- --- -
being made to find ways of saving the one out of two support your proposal on the purchase Fernandlna! Beach Chamber of donor of s perfume and both set first. place was taken by D. Biw. bigger and better event) next year.

who cannot now be saved, Rut the research! effort goes of the water works and the I I Commerce given away at the Woman's Club en and P. Schrantz Color Patrol .
beyond I this It is !seeking ways of preventing all cancer sewer extension as presentid fashion show last week. was InudTcrtcntly Troop 1"!; secnd place S, The prestnt Malt of nicimnldsat People )Do Rend R\en
From Camden
through vaccine or other means It is hunting for drugs We also wish to go on record was Representative County Charlie Georgia Smith;' omitted from (he list 1 of Trawlck and! J. Cato I'I\\Ing Eagle Weckl Wacluc has Invlul' retired 1 he Smallest Ads
that will prize donor Patrol. Troop 351: third pi ice. mcrmiids to return lo Ihi
cure cancer. that If you wish to proceed with I Shave opened the meeting by, In The New.sLeader.You \ .
*i Our apology 1 1Trade went to C. Bennett and P Fiala attraction for a rci nlon. There I
Despite this proposal that It be put to 0 .
progress made against cancer we cannot afford welcoming the visitor and by preventing of the Hawk Patrol Troop 213 have been acme 4,;0 girls thnl Are
to stand still vote of the people as soon as possible the Nassau and Fernandiqi
The pace of research and education I In the next event which was have swum In shows at Week)
our two most potent weapons against cancer must be election. namely the upcoming city Beach representative. Powers prevented At Home pacing. first place wont to D Bun. Wachec during the past 16 years.
stepped if hli group ai did Pope theGeorgia --- -- .- -
up we are to realize the hope the future
promises '
based We also wish to go on record delegation I ,
on the torte we have
today.
I that we feel that the extension of Power conducted the meeting 'I
Voluntary public supported health agencies have been the present sewer system Is of and /following the question and an ,

a major factor' In combatting disease!! They }have offered vital need to the growth of the city. iv.'er period made the comment; I II

the public on avenue to express its deep concern for the 1 wish In extend our thanks to I I the report we have J ju lit heard !Indicates ..tema1nto

peoples' health. The Salk vaccine against polio is a good I the Commission for taking the that the bridge/ Is much .
example, of what can be accomplished time to go over this proposal with more feasible than we originally

If a vaccine! against is us thought I believe (hit every mile ada z"Gte16
cancer found
and lEhl
'I
,,. we all of of road built In Florida li of brlle.I .
hope that It Yours truly
will
be found
-, 1 it may be dollars
your fit to someone We will carry back
J.
contrl.uted!, W Parsons
to the American Cancer i I
Society during its annual President Local Union 1924 this report and will engage In fur. .
April Crusade '
that helped make It possible, cc Fernandlna Beach News Leader I I ther study Following luch itudywe none_' r amts 1otlolr, ,
-. cc Florida Times Union hope to meet back here again
.
Full Sin Kapok Filled
PRECINCT NO 2 at not too distant a date for further City league A nn '
Record Vote .the family store 98C Boll Glove 2.90 Boat Cushion .77
I Polling Place: American Legion/ Willie Hash USCG consideration of tills piojcct .. Baseball

Continued( from Page One) ', Home. corner llth and Center i Powers called on other member* : y

Sr.. o.Y.. Bell Streets Fernandlna Benin Fla Serving On Cutter of the Horlda delegation for thiir Genuine! leather Full Lightweight. IS" cush. e
n P Bradok. j Clerk: Ftla Mae Lambrlghl thought and Brawn had tbli to and llll CATALOGSBMP Horsehide cover Re/fu-/
Louis Farres Hlgglnbotham/ \ Point Lookout say "we're close sough new: IIi lation size and weight. size preformed pocket. ion with vinyl cover. JI
Board of Public Inspectors: Mary L. Leary Flo. till ,-
!trlct J W. A. Instruction Haddock, He-nry Dls rlne L. Dudley Ruth F. Muthcws. tSCG POINT LOOKOUT IFH i:i seem Jrrt" He to be cited lilklng the!! favorable about a pie report I ;

Clyde Nleks. Hubert Versant Maude Allen Smith. Mrs Fdni TNCI Willie L Hish fireman | Fernandlna Death
Supervisor or | Dyea grant. Mclba 11 Shlvcr,\I apprentice VSCO son of Mr And I Riven the
RTglAlrsthtnYI 1 area traffte" wise and the .projected
Ttwlma r
1 H
., Arflln, D romy Jeffreys Thompson Mrs Willie'M. Hash of Rate I. rate of growth 1I
Balsgh. Leroy Berets. Kathryn PRECINCT M. 3 HlllUrd U serving aboard Ihr I '' .. Liquid Car Shine
laid 1t docs that
(tf'ernel'1laddock" Lucile Kitchens Pulling Place: Auditorium Roc. | Ccast Guard Cutter Point UM,koutoperating Draper appear ;,
IJL-! "Acana Roberts. Caries I rcatlon Center Atlantic A\cmc. out of PaieaKnnla. Miss, we are now In the realm of taking
TURTLE
I some action on the prupnx'P : WAX
J-..WlngateCojjable 1 Fernandina Roach Floilda Point Lockout. a paled I boat, Is He riled number of tin ,,
District 1 Sim H., Clerk: Catherine M RhotlwimInspectors I In constant readlm' for search bridge/ a end I I
favorable figures( In the report
Jpyy Glenn E. Kitchens, J. W : Lee W Morgan Jen I and rescue duties. She also pro.
Pffcrs Jesse M. Register nle F Corbett Faye B. LaChance, \ldes support for ollxr Cotsl added that If a joint maintenancecould

tBUlable f District t John I Ava D Swells, Mrs Lois B. Te+. Guard activities In the area and be gained at an approximal
cost of only liSOOO for each ilate ?
Henry Brandies Ralph N. Hicks ter asilsls In federal maritime law I II p
I I that the report would be even more I FIII FJow '
Remold II. Surrency PRECINCT NO 4 enforcement I I plot
Constable. District 8 F, C\I I Polling Plice: City Hall cirncr I _. ,_ __ : favorable i k
I
Johns Gelgcr\ Robert R. GHger/ O A. 2nd Bench and. .Florida Ash Streets. rcrnamliiu I Clerk: Louise O. Flood II I Pope Speaking who has for long the been Georgia one group of th" I ; ..... .. ............. + vrsto / '. Protect preserve I

Justice of the Peace Clerk: hire Ethel G McKcn. i Inspectors: Mrs,, Ola Jones, Mrs strongest proponents of/ the bridge r""' '
!, District S I Hattle MuKhes Mr<. Dora D SO Feet 3"42 your ear's Finish
Ted L. Drlggcrs Frank Shatter I I dree. said this II. project thil Just'mud Rerelotlon Tackle
Swells. Mrs Ilcslor F Plestk ,
I Campbell
Justice of the Peace. District f Inspectors: Mrs. Dolley G Du be done I believe that G-v. 1 66
Mrs Thiltnn I I. Juhnx I Mrs.
Bols Mrs F. Mary I and Powers feel the Gordan Hoee tJtl"tang!
I. T Blake, Bet L. Lynn Dcttv RI'ul/ncl. Mrs J. crone Bryant I' 99
"Hofcpital) Board District 2I.Louls. Nettle T. Corpcr Mrs Laxora L ; Anriing same way and will sec that It Is eY.INy mill e ,
,, ,
..,\, Ferrelra J. W. Bully' Hunker Mis, Juanlla Th' mai PHFCINCT. NO. R I done. .xrp.rna.at .yl
Jones, 'I Cook,'Mri, Nellie R, Sleltin l Mrs: Pilllni! Phep: Masonic Temple Huckrba and Wllkcrson cited tlv : 1>)

Ilonpltal Board District 4 Fannie A Davis, Jr, Mrs. Ma A. BulldinR Milliard rlmda. I I flue Job ne by Wilbur Smith and :

Lester, DaIs, B. C. "Ik.mile" llrazel!, Mrs. Anna Dionas, I Clerk: Fslhcr Wade.i : Aisx-lJles' In their regret and oN '

.. Lrwld I I PRECINCT NO, 3 InNuiftoM: Mrs. Sild\, : Pnvnc. ''added an optimistic note on + '

Hospital Board District S C Polling Place, Bidding at Five Mrs I 1J'llIl'( E. llulnm Mis 1I'lSI'I pissihllltics of einntrurllon IIIK tht'l / r.fill '
w. "Cliff" Brandies. Brand C Pclnta Fernandlna Benin, Florid. Hudson Mrs Anno ]H I. Billfold iba added too that he cons 'I tlaeaauaaa t r'h : : : U J' i
CraVcyOcena. Clerk: Mrs Helen Joyce Brooks Mis 'orulille 0 Smith Mrs. Cora the feasibility rl'port a !little on the':. /MnlOY.lit Tronstnissien Fluid w I'I'r I
I H Jolinsin, Mrs\ Ucni O. Limit modest side with the 1000 vehklir
Highway and Port Aulh ''i specters: Mrs Clew E. Braddock I y I N. r I r i
; orlty.' District 2 James M Bird Mrs Amanda MeFarlanl. I i I PHFCIVCT;; NO. 9Pollliu per div projicllin I u w GYer.nted 3Sn
r
Thom H King Den Sorensen Mrs Cmlvn F. Music Mil. Margaret :'I llmi: Town Hall llil. I As the discussion nearcd Its end lust ; OYer/c.a 4orIt,000

On the Republican aide of the B john nn. Mrs Lillian' H I:I Hard rlirldaClerk Fishier praised Pope and Piweri ;;: !",;,, r MInI; : xCt1a4 ;
ballot:_lhree art seeking the prl. Will, Mrs Ruby M Ham Mn. I : Mrs Winnie J. Eskrldge. :, for their efforts t to date on the pro. FIWe non ones
mary nomination for governor Carrie H Tyion Mri. Inet R Inspect! ITS: Mrs Emily A. Mich-I sect and brought out one of the 'I
Ken' Folks H B ('Bobl) Foster Landreti orb. Mis Maudie R Henderson brightest notes of the meeting He Charcoal Wllord Decorative .

and Charles R Holley PRECINCT NO d I| Mrs Dorothy R Koehn, Mrs! Audrey I said that financiers had assured ) 44C Fire" 'Twin66c Lawn Fence 26c

: Polling places and officials areas Polling Place: County Building E. White Mrs Myrtls J. him that If Georgia will\ do Its part 1 lighter SANe aq. .... Lrh .. ,:
(follow: at O'Nell. '' Simpson and that If maintenance of the toll J 35e Idphr.. .WhnerN .... /

.. PRECINCT NO 1 Clerk: Mri Gladys M Mattlasperton PRECINCT: NO 10 road can be arranged for the first I Easy.to.use, safe iquirt oY.tny. Twin electrode gap laws ...i' ,.ctI.n, Each

Polling! Place: Courthouse cor. : Mrs Edna L Fvatt Polling Place: Town Hall, Calla. 10 or IS years so as :to' :lessen; 'Ih6amount I can Hickory scented MI.., Ierlestly longer, engine runj better. -\, \ '\..
nor Center and Sih Streets 'rr'j Mrs Nellie G Jonl'l.Irs.! M\'nle! nan, Florida.CINk of re\enue certificate. .Is* '-"
:nmidina Beach, Fla, M Mcligy) Mrs. Ruby taste'rling. i 1 : Mrs. Jennie S. Long. Hue that fund* will be forthcoming I v t'
Clerk: Mary Agnes White. Mrs Agnes L Wlldt'r.Irs.! Mult I InHpctlirs: Mrs Bessie Ola/ Mi. to build the project now I r
Inspect irs: Edna R. Vtclmcr, D. oboe M, Walker I tell Mrs Maxlne B, McKtndrccMrs Another bright: spot m the dls:i, A
.VcKita S. Henderson" Corinne ,, PRECINCT NO 7 I| Beatrice OQuinn Mrs Ger. cuBslon was brought out by Cnn
I II
Peace Freeman Katherine ]Hlrlh.Flora Pilling Place: Countv Kullding!! trade J, Meredith Mrs. Mamie i|I cad who said that the feasibility'
..0. Mitchell I at, Vulee. Vulce 'Ia'Ide Jones. Mrs. Dora IX11 Bra,kins'(I report showed tint Intl'r !tate Routt'',I II Sere Money! Stock Up on Grocery Specials! We.tlint 1.Ton ,

Mrs Edith P FlxnnPRECINCT I 93 which wllroml'\ several! mi let I A Wizard Freezer Keeps Food Fresh for Months! Bumper Jack ,
I NO 11 west of Si. Mary's and will en or

.. Pulling Place/ : Health Clinic In Florida east of the present SMI ,YSxr li/h N ktlhel1e11
ELECT Brindiis Building on Oak Strmt I Mary'a River bridge on U S. 17 Is
Callahan! Florida i definite plus factor In projecting I M Me11e ab'
I -- hsh.L Will
(lerk: Mrs Lucilc; W Spurlock !future traffic for the bridge [ xwv
Inspectors: Mrs I.mlnda Ouilvlc 1 I In other dstusslnn at the rnf'.i'ti (x/. be.ta.. 1 0 pt LAeI i

Dorothy Jeffreys Balogh I Ray. Mrs. \\lnnk Howe, Mrs I Ing Powers said that bids were xCra00 i qr
1 Theresa Suloman Vthittcmore. Mrs received that same div for four 1 '
'Hattle Ella ]Hlfiklnb\ tham. Mrs miles more of IR 03 In South Jack., 3e99 6 Faot '
;{ Jessie G. Layton Mis, Margaret ion\llle and that the present administration .
AS YOUR Elizabeth Boise, Mri. Stella Fran plans to have the highway I ; Woodall "C

i tea Fvans from the Georgia line till .
I PRECINCT NO. 12 Daytona Beach under contract' be. acorn inlliser00 1 '
: .SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Polling Place: Br'l'l'vllkSrboo1 fore letvlng office, hd Inhebe rl.a ,. ,
Houiw" Br\rrvllle. HirUla. I On the IR'ij question, Pope said
: Clerk; Mrs' M'iry I eona Meads, that Georgia has eempleted 1100

9 Years Experience i,i Inspectors, Mrs, Willow Mae I miles of its allocated Interstate
Kant Mrs Marian Shirley Paiker, routes and that the balance must
r Mrs Iktrnlhv lUatriee Nobles. 1be completed by IJ'2 This he said tlwculs
r rr
e.' I Mrs Sadie Jo !Hunt Mrs. NellitW 1 means that all ouch roads must be

r. i AS Ho>'d. HBder contract by I9"0. Custom "1 b st Froeer Du.
At the conclusion of the meet,
.Deputy |I Since 1 1\1013.\ the American Can : both said that they
ing
; Stipends Of Registration I cer Sotiety has supported rescarihtotalling I would give group the report further andcomplete .. Hold Safely+ } !lid,n Iht ith froitn lifhltAJtun food!! N. Waniy Down ASSOCIATE STORE

t i i more than $127000000Iti 'I study and expected to be
rcwarch all another and e ; .lilf remp< proxram rovers :I bock here for meeting V/ALTER, D. SMITH
-'r Elect The Candidate I phases of the auiirs. cures. discussion In the nut loo distant e Slid nf lift-out frener bllketl t | OO.OO
Experienced I ment! and dlaum/ sis of future eBuilt.in lock and two !keys OWNERS.

continue to make research 1"1'1 I Both the Florida and Georgia/ '

PAIL Tot:IK1 1 Advirttumtnt 1 I against cancer. support tliu /groups were urn'sis at a dinner al I Sth Streetp.age
t ty'i April Crusade. Seaside Inn In the evening | .


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News-Lender, Firnandinn: IVuh, Florida! da ', April "0, IDCl Page'fhree
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Florida Public Utilities Service Department Wins Award I Humphreys I -

: budget!! wan INCHEASFl by $2111. Oil ns lelmnsl $"5000 In U. S. Tic'a. have made considerable progress
(Continued, (XKi' from $220:!:! '.(kx' to $42iKK( ) I a 811r)' bills'"And, and a great Improvements
from many
)
Page I
The JrlKldalrc ,\" ''I ird of Mull 93' Inireasci vet, the amount ol
all of this It must' Ill! re- during UK past few years but
for 10 years ouM,Hiding ruxlomtrmivlec rllitln In the old (Soulhi stag: taxes .requested wan lM.HF\Srl) :J) I1lI'lIIhl'l'l'lIII i clone with a ralestructure j the're Is still work to be done andI
; was presented lu I the f lor. hiHlallrd tdi'phi iirn In all patient by $4.ooo from a high of $81.mm which Is perhaps i lor ling an there! arc !the sick und
3 Ida Puolii llilllct. lonipnnv ro. rooms, conditioned down to the $79.1011)! ) I
all patient present Immune.liming ,
our size hospital. one of the lowest I lijuied to like care of we will all
$ f Gently. fur mrelinu mid maintainIng mamma; orgmuztd, a Nurse Aide not (easily done In t times of m the (..latelaike ." rtmimii In dii our best to Improve
4 the standards tar f-rlRlrtiilrr I Training Program: jointly upon continually rising( 1'0hlR" "The (' Ihi,' envlnnmpnt, for our patients
Service lu uistnmirs In utuirdjiuo sored a Future Nurses Club with amount ol millaKC tested his drop )pointed out a tint accord I A Ipnuihv and
question answer
1F r with the ."rhddmrl''llll'd' of Meril the Fernmdim Buieh High School I peel I nun SO In 1'liH! 'Mhe mixi inn to (lumen\ publish I by I the
Ann'rii' IWl'ltHI! attested the Kolarian In
un llispil.il" Association.
Seethe Program added many dlannosllc laboratoryand mum allimed bx law' to 35 in """
llumphicvs Me mi rials room rites (tat It" sil.Jcet. ;
1 The program CCMISINU of 1 pcigonileliuraclirtsllci : x ray procedure: employed 13! 'ia 43' dicreisn; mach .
are lower that othir .
firm of Certified[ comparable ------ -
a .t Mmidirds, ixpir.Ivnre a Public Account- The hospital has a large t'h ir.
( I "4 ra.rrerit e and training mmulards win and to give (he Board of Trustee Ity and bad (debt expense." Clarke non'lI1'lrllpohlan hospital PUBLIC NOTICE
In Florida
r and
IM he I these fig
I -yA gaxr
? a rrcoid 1 of musKi,em alUndimc periodic audit I reporti: now buv tbscrxcd,, "From 1HI! ; through .
I Him as proof .\ singh bed I type !Mil UK: Of r TWVTION'
at Frliidilre: Product' Scrvltel lug many Item on competitive bid !Il%! .<, the hospital rendered char/ 'mod 111 XIXKP AI 1'1'1.11'111I"
nc cc it Ion nt II miplncxnlc: '
R ttt ,/ Training Schools. an will as eim.tomir and! also have recently made use Ity sirs tie In the amount of $i2,. Mm 111x1, i>n<'IIXHI,Ki
galisfarllnn\ of the purchasing PII\\'l'r of he( menial axcrai.es $I.i act per duxwhile loiiiin i IIMTI rrsl
ALORITIA 000 In 1 INJ! ; the hnspitiil I trans
olhirs /aiiiiind. the slate 'iveiagc \ < eit 11r. II" lllh cctl STY
stale of Horldi by pun'basins cci, lamed to bad eklil file Jl III... 'NXSSAI ,
Y Thin nan In nidi( ec due to thefact a special 1 $14.:HI. mar 21)) higher A iii STY STATE
lain Items under f>t IIIIKIIM. IN PHIlllAItIn ,;.
the nine canlrartprice
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mirrllUri eiiHlimier coin $34000() 10' of rem I'IUlI' In 12! ,
1\\II.ho'd lure Is while E.Idae
rmim $12no re i "ei
I ivWCnw lac and on KIHI I the list," Clarke the flIlUl'1'l reduced to $18400(\( ,
pliilnt against' I he Florida Public al In mil.r areas the late Is Mi.:in. "1\ nit I II I kc 101,51 Sr..
nail
I Itillllis tiiinpinv rdcirdid and In I 1163! this figure[ chopped to "'I'd.
nan at or 28' higher. A Hue ibid am ineelation Ti IIIXhnni, II "3C"III..I.?n:
the fiulory or disiiUt oliire dur. The ,plunk plant hat not $17.Wl), or V ; of revenue" "We here Is $1100 as compaiul N, lire n. hirch even that WllwinI
log the 10eir pitted I precedingthe gale mi Hit'mlid." he continued. plan to further Intensllx our enl I ktn,It k, II ti,..,1 In fmil report
with $1200 elscwluie or a lull Al,li nlna.I, "I .I Ill" r Ii 11' ,'al He "f( Howard
award, tin lint smh In the last four years almost lection effoils thiouUi the H-.C of ,, .
award Sit', higher, and four, fate and Si''ill II.n1 i ti a k Si I ,\'e..ed.ho\
veer presented to a lilgtdine Ap.1 I Ipllanie $110(10( ) has bruit spent, for building Small (luims Court etc, to 'lurthir six.heel cards arc also Sit (Hi atIhiniphriMt he I Ideal l I,I" lIell'l I ,11 ..r.r, fin,il 'cll..
eta Il' n I that I lit III i1|>li'. Ib Ch
1 Dialir In the Southeast renovation and Iniproxemcnli anI reduce our pirunl.iM'" eif untollcellblp 'Mimnlal 'ignnst un 1t.III.III., J E XMUirf.rll County
District t Jul.r nl I H. I' I I.., I I' lurid.,
III u on
of $It JO hrllu hllill theM '
I xv ell as almost 1 $.'8000 for capital accountiectounls : nxerate/ I '
II the OatS II I 0"r Mi (HIM time .
AN AWARD OJ.IImrf: (pictured in left ) for 10 outi'otandinl I I tie'. or 40 lilkbi'rMl ." aa"arutdl
upper corner years { ins.fomer expense' equipment etc" \ receivable In Phil nl I > ".i 'If md f ae i final dl.chkrutii
LOOK ton Jewels In the hair, ". Mi i"i," ti'aatnr ,"r the .il,.l. ur
"'er\ Ire, wan presented the Florida Public Utilities ('0. recently. Serxue |ier>on. 'The businct.1 operation of the were $'1000. in 1 IM2: it hid been of this did ml Just happen, Ito .,,rl av ,II HimlrliKt Sr 'rie<.di'wl
net as collfuim j.row: simpler, with l'Ial'kl' 'ludi'd "II link lit of "m Ills Jllh do l III AI''I.| IHM
are, from left James Tuten, Virgil lid mm, Colin Nettles, John Williams and George Jeweled Mile plus oaten roplielneiearrinm hospital has also had a bright pic reduced to SMI! .mm. and by the end e one a I'.n"a HimlrirKiA
Ihoin.hl. pi inning and hud wink ,i,",,' -lr'I..r nl the U.I., .. cf
:Munt.\ (The dog with Virgil, wanted to be recounted too.) ice'klatca aioumt eruwnpitui I lure." Cluikc" neldid 'rreim 19;>B of Hili(:!. this figure can $;>3fliMl, and hv inenilHrs of the heispil+ .. sl.ill, 11'0\\' ,,,,.1 I s"' ,u I .llcidrickr >brd ..
,
through !IN,3: ; tin total operating al the piesciil (lime the hospital and tin Guard ol. trusteesU It "fl I I.ao 57 K 21



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Page Four News-Leader, Fernandina Beach Florida( Thursday, April :30: 10C4 McKendree-Geiger Wedding Friday Evening
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r 4 ... -. -- Tht wedding of Miss Julia Marie
Amelia Island Chapter of UDC Holds Delegates AttendDistrict JIcKemlree to ]Mr. Charles H. Gel.|

I / ConferenceFor Hollinqsworth Is gar will be solemnized Friday

evening, May I, at 7:30: p.m, nl
Ceremony On Confederate Memorial! Day PresidentsThe raw New President of the First Presbyterian Church

Senior Citizens Club The bride-elect li the diughli-r,
Mandarin Garden Club wa W I. McKcndree.
Members of the Amelia Latin I ed to the great Confederate\ <\\ host to the District IV Prt'lldenlironrrrenelt i iI dhI The Senior Citizen' Club met of Mr. and Mrs. parents are Mr'
of th. the Daughters ot the Confcder., I The bridegrooms
Chapter, United Daughter! by
held
on April 23, In In regular session Thursday even. and Mrs George W. Geiger of
Confederacy held i simple "ut icy. Mandarin.' Seven counties wenrepresented e Ing. April 23, at the recreallon O'Neal.A .
Impressive ceremony Sunday altenonn. The Reverend James D Elllsnr, and 210 Incoming and center A program of music under Immediately follow
April 2fllh at four o'clocIn Rector of the church led the the Woman's Club, reception
outgoing presidents were present. the auspices of hug the ceremony, will be held In
commemoration of Confederal group In fitting! prayers, Mrs Cecil The Fernandina Beach represenlnlives was enjoyed by the thirty members the Social Hall of the church. :No;

Memorial Day. I! B.. Brewton first vice president ol from the Roan Carder and two guests present Invitations are being sent but all
ThIl'rvlre/! was held bencat the Amelia Island Chapter read Club w.' Mrs B. L. Ratischertt, A male quartet composed of friends and relatives of the couple
the beautiful stained glnss! Mar, exerpt from a recent editorial inkeeping Mrs. B. F. Wnolsey and Mrs Johr \ Steve Beikett Ted Steger fickle
; \ I\ Invited.
Martha Held memorial window with the day, Both Norlh. S'IIZ. "f ;, '" :;!!.{.. \ .' } Fox and John Puleltl, rendered are
1i1/l1tf; ( '" ."'
which graces the ..outhI all or I era end Southern dead were re. The /group enjoyed many speak .f': /;: .1./.1.:1" :/fj! ,. 'r' :. .,, ',. several numbers In good old bar. Motorists III 1W3 raced down the

century-old St. Peters EplAcopalChll..h .I mcmbcred during the brief service. ers among which was the stile '11.i/: :: I bcr-shop ilyle. The songs were en. nation's highways to a new, all.
This window was dcdlcat Ihrn went to St. Peters Mrs. Frank W. flew. : : : \. ) all
h. The group president. J''; : ; II'1 1M. Joyed by time auto death record which for
Cemetery In view the Impres. let) of Miami Her topic was, .1 10' ]Mr. A. C. Mclnnlt gave several the first time exceeded 42000 fa.
live memorial to ]Mary Martha "Through/ leadership Respect" !:.' .I.i ,. I MRS. II. W. F1SIII.F.R airlllts saxaphone solos, Mri. Mclnnli lallties. This tragic toll topped the

Reid The local chapter placed a Also on DIP agenda was the presentation :, I the "Fllsht" as commentatorat 1 accompanied at the piano. Mr. figure of nearly 40000 persons

GRADUATIONGIFT maikcr, at this historical site last of flowering ornamental'I the Woman's Club annual Melanin showed complete mastery killed In I'M a record high
JAN DICKENS: and KING LARRY 1..tNNONreigned : : I I
I year. peach trees In winners In a poetry QUEEN I fashion show last week al the of his Instrument and pleated the which stood for twenty years -

During the aftternnon pictures contest, with trees as the sub- I at the Little Women's Do-Nut Hop last Saturday Woman's {Club followed by a audience greatly. and even surpassed the new recordof

were taken for the chapter scrap. Ject. i morning after being chosen! for the honor by their classmates game party. "Fashions In A business session followed with 40500, deaths established In

4 book. I Ii Mrs. nausrhcrt assisted Mrs. present at the affair The dance wan! held from Fllsht" was the theme for the Mrs. Adam Millsop, president, pre. I 1002.

[ William Fulton of St. Augustine' in) a.m. until 12 noon at the Woman' Club, for numbers 1964 showing ol the latest In day siding. The nominating committee .

fgg The Magnolia Club with the elections report. I of the 7th and 8th trades.( Miss" :Mary\ Cleland. thair- d......... afternoon frocks bench presented the following slate of --

i The hlph-llcM I of the programwas I and her committee of Miss Margie Rauschert.: '' and sportswear, from Inil's. of I leers for the coming year: President Ferreira and Mrs Jennie !Sand.
man
jlJdC ohl Enjoys Hat Show At s talk by Miss Mary Noble, Proceeds from the affair lire Mr. L, M. Hollmgsworth: ers. Other guests were Mis !v.ir.
:Margie Brewton Miss Sharon lo'erIISK:\ Judy I.iisHtrre
I Florida Times-Union garden editor used for the Dental tHnlc held 1st vice-president Mrs Edna Reed and Mr. Howard WI1 un.
co
Mierzejewski HomeThe She presented "An African I nnd Ml." Dawn Garcia, were in charge! :Mr.\ and :Mrs each year by the Woman's Weimer: 2nd. vice-president. Mrs. Refreshments were served bY

Safari with Mary Noble", I fumes Rylant were chaperones. Proceeds from the affair flub.St. Nancy' Selbcrt: secretary, Mrs A. tile representatives' of the Woman's;

rte Magnolia Garden Club met went to Project Hope.Women L. Byers: treasurer, Mr. R. F. Club. Mrs.' White presided at Hie
at the' home of Mrs. Walter Mier. _
.
1r' :"kl\\ on April 28. Mrs. Sam Woman's Club To I ---- Michael's Guild Rcbcrts. The nominations were ae.cepled punch bowl.Attention 1..
unanimously.
iyicrrow: > and Mrs Rubc-it Cenekoered of St. Peter's Episcopal Church and approved was called to the fict
OfficersAt
co-hostesses Install Spring Card Party Mrs Millsop railed Mr. Ilollings- that May 12 would be the second

_as 6 LuncheonThe II Hold 2nd Quarterly Meeting April 27 ,i worlh to the presidents rostrum anniversary of the club. The IIl'Xt'
ijrJoe Stublts, president called May The St. Michael's\ Guild will and presented him to the club an will be held

Ihe. ml'ellnll to order and welcomed Inst meeting of the Wo I The Women of St. Pctcr'i Epls. dente, and Job Opportunity", will sponsor a Spring Card Party on the new president. regular Thursday meeting May 14, at 7:00: p'ij\>.

the 17 members and the man's Club this will be a I copal Church held their second be the subject of the guest speaker May 19, at I ho recreation center President Hollingsworth appointed -- -
IIII'G guests present. Mrs. William luncheon on Wednesday year May 6, quarterly meeting on April 27 In Gordon Bunch I auditorium, at fl;:DO P.M.: Table and the following chilrmcn for the '
and Mrs. Knox were guests Hall. door prizes will be awarded standing committees Social ]tiles' WIN WITH
at 12::M o'clock at the club house.The I Whitney The periodical chairman ronort- ,,
the
for evening.
hostesses for this occasion' Mrs. Elizabeth Gaines president, ed the need for books at Camp Adam Millsop': Finance him Etlll'lIlUll'dlll'
Mrs. StuUlls announced that the CARD OF THINKS; : Telephone, Mrs. J. C, JOHN E. (Jack),
chair- James Ellisor
I Kill be Mrs. R H. i presided. Father Weed, and the Episcopal Centerat
Rose Garden Club 'Is now taking : A.: gno; : the .; the of Florlclt. Bill McJunkln: Muck Mrs Dorothy
man, and Mrs gofve opening prayer University' Prayer Jaycee Safety Chairman, :
orders for the 15 Flower Calen Baud Mr. H. S. Luke. MATHEWS
:: Reporter
co-chairman Their committee will The secretary and treasurer'sreports books are to be sent to Raiford Crane and Asst. AI George! wish ,
dar.. be: Mrs B. B. Wilson, Mrs. W. M. were read, and the president and the lenten offering to the to express their appreciation and The Woman's Club was repie- For Governor
The members each made and Mrs G. T. Butler Mrs] Alaskan Relief Fund and sealed by Mrs Herb While Mrs Best Qualified
L Brobslnn. I made the following announcements thanks to the general public Paid, Pol. Ailv
d..CIMPARIONPev wore flower hats to the meeting I Marshall ('a mrn'l1, Mrs' J. B, :: A corporate communion The United Thank Offering Is to all who made It possible for the Sudle Sheffield Mrs Howard Wilson Authorized by Campaign Tre.""nrr

Mrs. Stublts won for her original Clelancl. Mrs, W, W. Poison Mrs. service for women Is to be held! ion be brought/ to the church on MayS Safety Lane check to be a success. Mrs." L, K. Nolan, Mrs. Louis -- -

creation of slock, cundytulf and R,, L. Glngles. Mrs T. 11. Coolsby Mol her'. Day, May 10. followed I ,'and will be used for the training There were approximately 470

I larkspur. and Miss Reba Halle. by a breakfast served by the men'of I and sending of missionaries, vehicle checked at the line and

The program, "Hat Show", was I II | The Installation of new of I leers the church. I and the building of churches and local service stations. The safety

so Idud., u to mats) presented by Mrs Selbcrt. She designed will be conducted by Mrs R. S. The parish BUPPt'r111 be on schools. of the vehicle I. a must 1 on the WORRIED. .::
.
,,ennpe, wah.p.aot'i//bd nousam., Iwo scans taorbrssnlaet nand I / a hat and gave the group i\dler. It Is hoped that all mem- ]May 20 Ember Day The Christian Missions committee modern highway J K[ you hivcn't

/ N/4s many pointers and tips on making! bra will make an effort to be pre. SI. Peter's Home-Coming Day reported having sent dollies had your vehicle checked local

THE FIRST their chapeaus. She shared sever rent at this meeting. and Confirmation\ be on June to .NIcaraugua. service stations, motor companysand ABOUT THAT SPECIAL OCCASION ?.

al Interesting experiences In hat 21, Bishop West will be with us to The "Why I Became tire dealers are still conductIng .
LOW-COST QUALUI WATCHCARAVELLE I, making with the members. Mrs :i Master Mike GilderCelebrates celebrate this occasion program the check

-' Fred Bond won the hat Mrs. Set- 'II The United Church Women 11'111'' an" Episcopalian", was presented Drive In today and ask the atIcndant WE LET YOUR MIND REST AT EASE :

bert made as the door' prize. Fifth attend Fellowship Day on !May 1, by Father Ellisor.Rrrrrlh'TIl'nls to check your vehicle whilehe '

(l t limas of IUIOM wales Ca ii all\\ra. The ,slate of officers for the In- Birthday The 24th at All Saint's Episcopal Church In were served by services your car. WE CATER ;

coming year will be: Mrs, R. E, Jacksonville "Freedom of Resi the St Monica's Circle. The next Safely Lane Check will

\ AS lime AS Ora,,', prelldenl: Mrs Hydlc Peterson Master Mike Glider celebrated his -. n_ ___ be In the fall. Thanks again, Bill WEDDINC::, DINNERS; TEAS, PARTIES.

,.' Jr., first vice-president:: i firth birthday on Friday April 24, 'I and Al

Mrs..R. M. White, second vice. al his home In five Points. I'' WSCS Elects Officers Names Chairmen
president: Mrs. William Anderson, Enjoying the party with Mike I Swedish Arms Budget MABE CATERING sPAT

secH-tary:' Mrs. Fred Bond Ireasurer sere: Billy Alsept, Sandy Alsept, STOCKHOLM Sweden Par.
Mrs Gilbert VUcarromlo David Loper, Sii7l Loper. Renee I The Woman's Society of Chris. president: Mrs Fred Bond, recording lament( approved a record 1798 MABE.! Caterer Phone 261.509:;
Service of the Memorial Me. secretary:: Mrs. J. R. Hut- fiscal 1 w
cKle plot. Alsept, Jeff Ilcrrln Susan Perry, tlan million for defense In the .
IGIISONJEWELRY' :
thodlst Church met on April 27 In thins, treasurer.Secretary .
: Gilder. beginning July 1. .
TIle: hostesses served refresh Joy Herrln and Jerry year -- -
the Porllhlall.\ Children's work, Mrs. - ---
CO. mtntl\ from a beautifully decorated Mothers: attending the party ef1 Mrs, T. W. Oliver presented the R. N. Galphin Christian Social
:
.. .. j table, I Mis. Hill\ Alacpt. Mrs Charles 1 ,If'lOCAllY
and Mrs Herbert Ilerrln. pastor, Rev, Nelson J\I Hisprogram Relation, Mrs Slunrt Davis:: Literatures .
ATLANTIC & FOURTH: ,, 'r'l' taper consisted of f ilrr'rx I nnd Publications, Mrs
The children enjoyed playing
Classifieds Pay Off several games and prlws were fences during the six years he Herbert flowers: Local Church CUSTOM COVERTS

i .ter la.rrll \| Riven:: to David Loper and Sandy spent In Alaska u a pastor He Activities, Mrs. M P. Jenkins: tAA\ MANY
I showed many Interesting slides, Missionary Education and Service, COVERED ; AND
e Alsept.
I' A birthday table cloth covered and was assisted by his daughter, Mrs D C. Barnes': Promotlin, HAND CARVED 'DESIGN.S, ,

the table which was centered with Sharon. Mrs. Walter Mierzejewski. CHAIRS TO

I 1 large birthday cube Individual I Mrs B. F. Dickens, president Public Relations, Mrs' P. O PATTERNS

I2tI. cakes with the names of each presided. during the business midIng Oxley: Spiritual Lifo, Mrs R. F CHOOSE fROM

child written on them were served Gray: Student Work, Mrs' C. H.
Mrs L. K., Nolan led In prayer
with' t the lee cream Party basket\ Sheffield:: Supply Will k. Mrs liar.
i filled with I candy and whistle balloons for the designated missionaries. old PentnnYouth: Work, Mrs' W
The May 25 meeting will be heldIn
were' given as favors, F Beugmt: Chairman of Mission
the Parish (Hall at B 00 P.M.
,
and ]Mrs
MikeIn the son of Mr. ary Personnel. Mrs J. B Th'imp.
This will be a pledge! service withMiss h
Kenneth Glider. son: Nominating Committee, Mrs.
Davis In charge
] Kathleen
G. T. Butler, Chairman, lairs' L
The executive meeting! will be I I
K. Ncihn and Mrs. J. J. Hamilton
Bridal Shower For
on May 9, at 10'00 a.m., nt the
Mrs. Sanborn At home of Mrs, Waller Micrzcjcw- Circle Chairmen: Annie Brown
ski. Mrs Gerald )awlrs9: Myrtle Burgess .

Recreation CenterMrs. Mrs. Oliver Rove a report mi lairs F.xteen Corbett; : Edna

eA the annual W.S.C.S. ('onferrlll't'hrld Davis) Mrs. W W. Stewart: Edith
George Sanhnrn war honored In Orlando. Mrs. Oliver and Flood. ]Mrs. Q. A. Dynl.: Ella liar.

nt a miscellaneous shower Mrs. Dickens were the dclcRntcs dee, Mrs. II. J. Bailey: Bernice
given by ]Mrs. 11. G Wrench and I from Fcrnnmlinn Brach Lowe, Mrs E. P. Wilson.: Mamie

._ her daughter!! Sybil on April 25 The following officers rre elected Mills Mrs. J. W. Hlers. MIM binl 111M.all /

al the Recreation Center. for 1W-85: Mrs B. F. Dickens, The meeting was closed with / IM ,

Attending the shower were: ]Mrs. president! : Mrs. T. W, Oliver vke. prayer by Mrs T. W Brown.PERSONALS t/lle MM/a1/1 a1t/t1An,
Virginia Knight Mrs. 1largurellO'tun _. -- -....... .__. __ __ __u n MnN W, MIb ;
: :: WITH THE ]Mrs. Leoti Swearlngcn, it $49.50

Mrs. Cleo Brlnson, Mrs Corolyn $49.50

.. NAUTICAl: LOOK \ Jackson, Mis. Esther Smith, Mrs.Lelha $17.50
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Mareum. Mrs. Ophvlll Run- I 1

Snappy shlp shape styling. man Mrs.and Suzanne Mrs, Faye Edwards Justice, Miss Mrs E. B. Philips attended her i I I members rerentlv selected ta Tau

fresher than ever fn swimsuits Junl" Miss Wllda Smith class re-union at Woman's Collegeof I 1 Beta PI. national engineering! hon. I
Patsy Georgia, at MlllcdKcvllle. Gl'or.1|I orary society, at Georgia Tech In
and playclothes in this Miss Carolyn Dunman Miss Lln-1 '
years'collections
da Longiiere, Miss Stephanie Dau.Mill gia, on April 25 and 28. Stir and' Atlanta. Membership is based on Check Our Display Window

for the young Utterly, Patty Thornton, and several of her class-mates snout i both schol;istlc and leadershipqualifications. :

by Catalina. Justice.Evcrvone Friday at St. Simon's 1 Island In I .
Miss Cindy

I enjoyed)
( games nnd prizes were won I Mrs. R. W, Martin Sr. of Carlton Carol of Asheville, N. Coo are vis. .
I bv Mis, Smith' and Mrs S"'Mln.I Ga. nnd Mrs. Eldrlclge! Graham iliac with :'Mrs' J. J. G. Cooper

of Btv Cllv, Texas spent t the
genThe Mr,, and Mrs, Kenneth .lorlslile
with
: room was decorated I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.' J. C.
white glndiolas.\ yellow rose' buds I Bennett. and sons, Nick and Jeff, of Jesup, BEAUTIFUL VICTORIAN SELECTION

and fern The refreshment table I Gs were weekend guests of Mr
was covered: with a white lace Friends of Mrs E. V. Garcia and Mrs L. H Haddock.!

r. table cloth centered with a punchbowl I ,,11bc\ glad la know that she Is at
1.1 Gene Glcldens iJG). leftWednesday
which was decorated with home after having spenet two
I for Indian Head, Mary. COFFEE TABLE Genuine Imported Italian $79.50 :
fern awl yellow roses weeks at the Navy hospital In
land after spending two weeks
r Avt The hostesses served punch Jacksonville here with his parents, Mr. and Solid Honduras :
Marble Top Mahogany
cakes decorated in green unit yellow J
I Chris lIal1I ho attends srhoitIn Mrs L E: Jones I.t. Glcldens has -
nuts and minis r :
,lass transferred to Mainland after
Mrs. Sanhnrn was the recipient Gulf Port. Mississippi spent I
last \\'erk.rnd'IRltlnll with her serving la months at San Diego
of many lovely gifts father Y. E. Hall. Cililornla aboard the USS. LOVE SEAT Only $169.50 i
The I honoree Is t the former Miss -
: I I IlIl'nrleo, While home on leave he
Futeh.Edna II
Peggy I Mrs. Myra Barnlnrdt and :Mrs visited In Orlando with his broth-

Emerson ]Mltcnel spent List wrrk. rr-ln-l.iwr and sister. Mr. and Mrs 1e

S. Ward end In Tlfton, Ga. Mrs Bnrnhardl's Fritz Hahn. and other relatives in

,, Bible Class MeetsAt I grandson, Frank Barnhaidl, Jr. South Florida. THE KING-SIZE BED FIT FOR A QUEEN ;
returned with them. Mr. and Mrs L. E. Jones had as ,

Hamilton HomeThe Mrs. Luelle P H.irgcr\ and Miss: ciiesU over the weekend Mr.hrrbnlhl'rs.ln.lllw (Seen On The TV Program "The Price Is Right"

F.dna S. Ward Bible Class I I Alys L. Peace of New Orleans, La., and sisters.
.r of the Memorial Methodist Church, returned to their home Friday after and Mrs GUSH Garner of Webster, .

met last week at the homo of MrsJ a visit with their mother, Mrs and Mr and Mrs J. J. Kauffmanof
1 Aiburndnli. '. and her niece,
J. million with Mrs teals\ O.Carpenter George Peace, Sr.
serving cohostess.Mrs Miss Jane Tyler of Aubiirmlale.
as
I Mr. and Mrs. W, R Sliclnull of
i w s Sinn She Tarlrlon opened ,the President meeting, Atlanta. Gn. whn are vacationing Dr, and Mrs V II. Bennett of SALE W UP TO 40 %

presided the In Florida spent Sunday with their Ga)'. ra. and :Miss ('arrlelurncy\ .
welcomed
and
with prayer uncle and aunt Mr. and Mis. of Rome Ga. spent Monday Inh'el'aanihlon
i w'++ twenty members present. Frank ll.imm. at their home at Itoach as the guestsof OVER IDO$ PIECES TO CHOOSE FROM .I
"Giovvlng Season", was the lille
Amelia City, Mr and :Mrs. J. C. Bennett. s
of the t devotional given by !Mrs. L. ,

K. Nolan which she closed with a Mr. and ]Mrs. Vernon Plckelt ANGELA: MVRIE AI.VVREZ .
Hliort prayer will\ leave Frlriav to spend several MATHER of) )t n<( na ,
,Viler the business session, a days In Brewton. Ala. where they I: Mr. and Mrs !Sammy Atvarreannnuner

giiesslnu game was played and will make their home! In the near the birth of a daughter
A.S.ALLAN'SATLANTIC 1'1'171'111'1'1'' won by Mrs. T W. future WE FINANCE OUR OWN ACCOUNTS
Angela Mane, at !11. Vincent'sllDspil.il I Ir
Oliver and Mrs. ]Mike Pikula.I I
s I, Delirious refreshments were I James Knight, son of Mr. and i i In Jacksonville; on April

AVENUE served by the hostesses and a to.ual I Mrs. J. G. Knight of 4167 S. ."lel-1 24 Mrs Alvarez 1 Is the former Lilly .

j tour was enjoyed, else:, was oat oi forty-two Player:








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.. ....... --.-V.IN11Y.1M1 M 11l- -- NeWS .eauer, 1 eruuiidinu lieach, !iiouda: Thursday, April 1004( Page Tlve
Opening Game :. ,. _
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TheGarden Woman's Softball Advance CourseIn Ferreira Is GuestOf Mary W. Bailey

League May 6 First Aid Is National Cash J. U.; Graduate NOn

BasketBY The first (tame of (he "woman a n w Completed By 15 Register Company April 18
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softball league/ will br played on *
Wednesday, May (a I, first same! bo. An Advanced First Aid Coursewas !Louis .*. Ferreira returned Tuesday Mrs, Mary W Bailey gracfmfcd
JANE SCOFIELD ginning at 7:30: p,m. computed hire last week under I rom a visit to Dayton, Ohio from Jacksinvllle University: \ on
Team. playing will ho Public the direction of SU/: Edward here he IiIIlrRI of the Villonal April 18 She received a It S. do-!
Last week It was our Perry of the Jicknonvllle PoliceIpi lash Resister tompnnvIen free! In elementary cducilionMn .
privilege achievements. He la Mr MB,, Utilities vs Hardoe Bras. and
to accompany a Jacksonville Gar. Jordan, who after six years of Public Utilities vs, Moore's A com. 1 The Iwoweck' lourso. SJM nsorvd ','ii'.i was\ one of a frilly nf Balky Is (be wife of Bill
den Club Circle on a tour of the heading up the horticulture work, I plate schedule\ :: will appear; In nest 1 hv the State 1 Itepartrmnl>> nf banker e>r Hip Fieirldim1onal 1 BnlliV, and Ihev' have' one diiiglittl ;

Ornamental Horticulture Division has lust been made director of the week i Issue! Education covered every phase nf Bunk: croup from 'this nl'rAI hnI \' Kim
of the Education Department of whole school of vocational crafts I ..vVi first aiel\ winllemn In Divtnn hv the host Mrs ItilUv: Is now hashing ntr
the' Florida State Prison at Ral. 1 which embraces such subjects as I '"-,"....e were City Policeman company' to view\ a mw computer I 'l'rnandlll.1: i lien Lit,;) 'nicnlarySeluwl

ford To lay the least.) It was an printing radio and television repair came the means of Retting the Bobby More Nick Smith R. I I. whirl It! 1\ lll be installed, bv the Mir ,

eye opener, 'lone walks along furniture refinishing type. first Rreenhnuse for Ruiford the e ..... h.1 HIIl'1I1. R, Jxvms. (' Ida trllllil| eil banks Mrs n.y. Howard lift fucsclay
paths through beautifully planted writer repair and many others so-called 'Nickel! Project'\ of the L, lludiiliis and (',rtl' Smith; ('Itv The inkers: wire lino taken I on For r.ilhoun I lulls. S, C. tn visit
plod and I Is shown through green Mr. Jordan told us that on his Florida Federation of Garden Fireman (;.e-eirw (hnneey anil a loin ol, the pi ,ml nnd viewed( i lir-r mnlhi. Mrs .1, V Hopkins.
houses some full of exotic plants coming to Ralford he decided to Cubs Each nf Its thirty Ihoumind Francis Tux; and Orcn StrlcklHiil number III i ntlui nieuliin mu: 'Idacsubirtare Mis W.I.. Millie! Mrs Oelill
others showing the propagation establish" a school of ornamental members was railed on to donate and Jehn, I II) Williams with I'leu'id"i in null n'lure'il by lli.iteoinpiiiv ill's snit, iliuuliier Shirley. spent,
and handling skills Public' Utilities IIIMI weekend! 1 lake visitng .
of the prisoners horticulture In preference to other a nickel This fund was used for in City
: one forgets entirely that gates I forms of agriculture because It materials to construct the first t Special police officers attending! --- wllh :Mrs lees mother, Mrs. .
and doors are unlocked ahead and could be handled t'ntlrely'lIhln greenhouse and a shadrhnu, the MRS JEANETTE: HVCANNON was named Director of were, Clnik nrmklns, Bernard George Sapp Gets Ophelia Halelron -"

locked behind as a group goes the prison compound, thus prison students doing the labor ao. District VIII of Ihe Classroom Teachers Department of Johnson, ('C'IDrury\ and Hobart ,-
through and that each group Is Ing the necessity of cording to plans approved by a the Florida Education( Association at the annual com en- Breeden Dept. PromotionAt nnlraets fur ships Let

accompanied! by an advance and a thereby making available tllminat'l Committee of the Garden Club lion in Miami. MM.: I'incannon, who temlus in I the Pulse Upon completlem of the couise, Container Corp. OSLO! Norwav, \ shipyard"

rear guard. men Adequate funds working with Mr Jordnn, These I I 8'hools.l4! shown with her principal. John \\ilhon. nl right, a dinner was held al Seaside Inn crenip, his rnmrnclcd tn build a
Before a description of planting for the project without some out two buildings bear a marble plaque and County Superintendent of Public Instrmlion JohnWt'I'4nero and certificates were! awarded George Sipp. since 1'IJ3; lender 350.ton m it lie't',.lup and! eieht!
stating that It Is the gift 01'' Guests at dinner were John T man In the Instrument department shrimp Irllllle'ri1II'lh nearly IImllllen N
and greenhouses, we would like side help. It was about this time I I left She was one of IS delegates representing
the Florida Federation! of GardenClubs I Welnnir, Superintendent of Public at Container Corp. of America for the Persian Gulf oil!1 I
that the President of the Florida 1
] the :Nassau
'
tribute I
to to the and County Schools
pay ability
Federation of Garden Clubs received i Instruction. and County Judge! J. has bun appointed assistant Instrument sheikhdom of KuwaitIn
warmth of the man who has developed a letter from Mr Jordan' A* the school grew another !' -- I I I E. UcuthcifendDisnim foiemnn according to

this School of Ornamental asking If Its members could help )I greenhouse was added lo use for About flO000 cancer patients! wll' save this unnecessary' loss of lift'I -- -- ---- /nn flimeiuiuerne' this reek by I II. rI. I'M"' lie his win ;"iel in !both the
Horticulture within the past t five him out I by furnishing plants ands I probably die In I'M; win might|< through public and protenslunul line nl Is like a Holly I. .loins plant| in'nuigerS eledilinl' nnd ,instrument ikjinrtmenls -
or six years While he speaks real. seeds for the project This led I propagation and the core! of plants'I have been saved! h\ earlier dlag I education and seivlie, to piliinls, worn! pnlv :'
Istlcally ohout his pupils he also naturally discussion with Mr not In viRorous health Gifts of', minis and proinpl I tie.aline'nt, The I. It needs your siippoit) ID curry on there until the' others have airived April 1 I'142!' nod, otter a tour of dillY Snpit will repirl directly tn
speaks with understanding of their! to a plants hnd now begun to pour In,| American Cancer Sen lily seeks, to this life-saving work ,"' In the seal. Joined Conlalmi Sp" I''r, Cair Innniniuit fonmnu: .
nl'l'ds'and potentialities and with Jordan 'as to how best the! Garden among\ them a large! girt of or. -
pride and enthusiasm of their Club could help, out of which chide from a grower In C.illfornh -- -
.. ... .
-' -- -- -- which necessitated the building of
an orchid house The propagation -fir il ADVERTISED INFamous

greenhouse and the orchid house,
together with a tool pulling! and 1 1s
SENSATIONAL FOR 1 SPECIAL! storage addition were financed I ( ) ( )k

from prison contemn funds which
are used to benefit Inmates I

Last week all of these houses i 0 Brands I
were full of plants In wide assortment .
In the proposition house I
great Interest Is being shown In : '
It 4iSSiIRIJl.r grafting cacti Another popular Special Prices

Interest was hanging bnskits.; another .__ .
ti the making of tcrralums In

a wide range! nf containers At this ..
N/1 : ,
-- time! the students are preparing MI IMdI MIIse
for their annual flower show whichis { /.Mull., NMNA HARDWAm-NOUUWAMS MM IK 1 {t '-
I to be held In late May III? \'
rraI ,
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Our /group was taken Into the "VALUES'eCONTEST %
I Cook Bun
class room. Here was a IIIM.d l hnrtlculutial i ihis ; I
library many of the! fNl//l/l.e> N1iNI111N11/1.| III*IN INn Nrl ModelSSH I quick

.. I Dl h t MO I 1 t books donated from various souri I ENTRY FORM .I" ,

I i I sees The shelved! walls also contained unbAamSPRAY, .afoemnnh.Ma'
P.reolltor d anti,, spa .
amo/ es w
dried
plant arrangements! Near
STEAM OR DRY IRON .
.
h.y 'to>I 0.<1
and wall hangings!! made by the .. Nl.lMdnd ratea.vor Atvee
"'hr #' Lovtly past*! blu* color. Sprayt ofolbocolF...wah.utG' ly deeonADestas I
: men There hnd been an arrangement I desired
l
on any heat, any sitting Aid t:uuwrwu some bro.. .Omi thickneca
with a Florida florist In' give! rani ol fabric Mttingt, Evensuamln -
lessons In this ait Mr Jordan i -" '" w. N | sotoplat '.....0.. .. .., ", ." -
told us that all gifts arc! reported Clty .T4r- Dry kons buutlfylty. _
FULL BUSHEL LAUNDRY BASKET
|I to the students which seems to moo.I HUDSON BUGWISER
A A i please them greatly! i MY DtALI_'. SAM'
: PLUS 11 QT PAIL AND I QT. WCKIT I I 3-Gal. Compression
I W The grounds between buildingsin ... '....... .
i A qN| ,101..... T_h stets vinyl. ,M ovey .r.L 10 .
holrr 01. ........ IJIUIM wraith er rail, "...*. .r + the compound are laid off In 1 txuawsem eArg-- SPRAYER
ADJUSTABLE-
I .1,'" "a.10 :.. a I plots which the pupils In the nor-
tnaaaaalgaohuMlkM1y11hlNgaaMrMNaayiN/t11p11IS. I nmu for ibuniitlful TRAVERSE
!
i ticulture school are responsible'
: ynrelv
I for, using additional labor not enrolled lieu( Harden Ap '*,.T 5fcROD,, IRprny
In the school. The students
pliell Hiirav right,
MATHER /&: JlaJlltit1 attend class for two hours In the 16 PEEWEE EXTENEiION 8 F00T put It where w lawy 'i '

morning, then go to their allotted FoOl"I ( RUIE ,a needed plots which they work out In any I 6'TAPE sl tank, rustle
choose, carrying out s brass pump, neljuHtiUo NOW only 8 231 ...
.' -. way they TAPE N A d nnfrlo,
learn In class Men In j
what they :, I" .Deeooda sMh/, sro nniA.
charge! of adjoining plots often r 61098 Nr Mill* er MM /imlilKlion.Ml .
FOR THE MANe confer and view with each other I s'J nap of I ill.
In handling their sections All ol ''ySALE

the plots followed a design of SAIE PAIGE S3 SALE PRICE7LC '" PRICE $ZL "'"
shrub and flower borders around tlltfpRlilc
ttJ4.PIUIl a patch of lawn, but the! units arc R',
:: ;
/) I large enough In I avoid a pttchwoikeffect yr eORG
unit there arc long flower i
hordrrs along buildings and fences I PpOPAN.

f..1t1Jl'R summer in our It was explained that not only FUEL LINDER
the ornamental horticulture
for work was IemNl h ndlln, cools N, yI
smart wardrobe ,
work proving wonderful therapy paihliLt hNnINIIIIA.
I a
A
play 81' pinK away for the men but it was actually -- ----- -. ') I MNlpioyuNled sa ,a, ,
I sMlMlan+
affording them a means of llvell- :
P :1L
:
hood at Ihe expiration of (heir
Jordan said that In 1 KILL'
terms Mr.
li'
Arrived 1 penuieeornsueluel
!
Just the beginning' nurserymen were ? I
1 'REsisim-MNIo 1 u
doubtful about hiring men rf such i
f' background hut that the stmUnti t C i
Larqe Shipment from his si'hoot. are so well train. and ROACHES O I p P l a '

\ ed that now the same nurwrynw
of The Latest I are eager lo get one of them, and EASIER !

Styles I In Bermudas I he usually has more ar>pll< ations
4 for jobs than he can fill Some of
and Sport.Shirts the! men have gone on to opcnt.! I This high powered residual I
I hue their ''own nurseries! 1 spray bomb 1 1ft.. _

Priced To Fit I Comparatively few people! get hills"resistant
; MODEL TB..ICY
I
to see the work of these men Inside -
't Your Budget the prison gate so each year 1 "(5 1 GENERAL ELECTRIC

from : the School holds a flower show A Ants andRoaches GENERAL ELECTRIC
necessary part of the therapy J Is
I f FROST GUARD 14
for the men to show what they I Darpn I TWO DOOR 14
$3.98 have achieved This flower show Is d WT
club house the I many I. .c r-I REFRIGERATOR.FREEZER
held In a across ash !
highway from the! prison. and ?t er I e No Dsfroitlnf/ mr, nil sees REFRIGERATORiFREEZERI
there Is a cordial invitation for I In Frtuirll '
I insects I MOID cc TO IM IRS 1 '
anyone to attend The! dates for II .1' 1 a i, this year are: the afternoon nf 1 quicklyand I Holds up to 126 Ibt.l! MTOMaTIC DEfUMT
:: Sunset Latx Flat' Wan Paint
Ii Thursday, !May 21: all tiny Friday. I. tilde-Out Ssilvoil EfllfEMTOd!
For Thot I May 22; the morning of Saturday I I. 2 Porcilaln l; Vegetable Cnwerj t! SLIK,OUT SHELF! 1 Modern mill beauty lot living rooms, dining Conan. $ATa98 I
easily. bed looms applies Hilly, dim quickly to a
HandsomeBeach !May 23rd Those who have seen ....a4 ; 2'0 ItCLR VtlETMlC tmooth,,flitlinith. Choou tiom M bMuliful' /colon,
It say that It ,Is an event that I 13 7 cu. ft. Net Volume /( !
Wear 1 should not be minced! II Is a real '_;; ;';J':' ;';;'_';:III F aun..' S.ml-Olosa Enamel

flower show, divided into the following $329 95 $289 95 Witching' colon in toll Mini glass sheen for him $4 98
Check Our classes: tinned plants nndbnlll'd war Mihen and bathroom nalli .result ibil' I .
lion, tmueliM and dill washer oil ,ensue
and bnrlapnrd plants
New Styles ; spe.
clal exhibit plants CS.10 to a spc.ciesi Sunt House Paint

; ', small blooming! plants; Balanced loimuli proVides nay application. fume. ,
dried materials such as flowers, World's Easiest Starting Power Mowers I piool, piolecl on. good durability. plus loud color I $4.98
driftwood seed mosaics; dish gar. retention, Choose Iron I popular colon,

dens: flower arrangements both fauns floor Enamel'

conventional and miniature, cor- Agnew and beautify your Nears and ateas ..,ilh sew
anger; terrariums; hinging baa SUNSEI floor Enimel. Piovdes, good piotectiun I $4 a 98
ken; educational exhibits with, a subdued. gloat 3 popular colon 1pF

It makes one fed more hopefulof
todays confused world when
oar witnesses work such as this

Enjoy Summer rehabilitation program being car. LAWN.toy I" 'ECIAL LAWN.IIOY It"DUAL.PuRtSOSE LAWN.toy 114 AUTORlOWllt '' 4:.
In Our Light. sled on In a Slate Prison It Is alIt 4Esplneend y
$ these. men are being taught/ to few Mnatlse lawns' Discharge elippings onto 'laws SII' prsPMad-ae pulhi....Jed
'. Weight Slack For u.y t. handle In c..rs,ad or Ines b.. .(wish opetenet" e.ry SiedOM .,___Meessit.pen.
say with Emerson: He who knows ausged w n. n.chinpproseetrlwq.Conpr. roll cwlwnlh:;::=;=
Real Style and what sweets and virtues are In ob ucoeu. Ono pee =: lip Merne5: any handling:. 5.. ;'e.sbsd QUALITY PAINTATAPOPUIARPRtai M

Comfort Big Color the ground, the waters the plants.
Choke the heavens, and how to come at PRICES START AT $69.95 I IY
these enchantments. Is the rich
and royal maa".
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I Lung cancer Is a leading cause FIVE POINTS GROCERYAnd .
of death from cancer Studies by
the American Cancer Society and I
PARTIN'S"ESTABLISHED I others have shown that cigarette ;
l'1I Itl
smoking Is a major cause of lung HARDWAREFIVE
1878 cancer Support the Sot lety'i April
I Crusade and help give 'the public
POINTS PHONE '
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:311:! Atlantic Avenue Phone 261-I2H 1 the Ilfasasing facts about lung I ,
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Six News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, Florida Thursday, .April 30, 1964 David W. Freeman
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Aboard USS Bole

I Rev. Michael Anthony Morris To Be Out of San Diego


Ordained In Sacred Priesthood Friday -USS David JOHN W. Freeman A BOLE, machinist's iFliTNO I

|, mate first class, USN. son of Mr
The Uevrrenrl! MUhaol Anthony without desiring Us pleasures; and Mrs. Ernest W Freeman of
Morris son or Mr end Mri Joseph To be I member of each family, SIS Broome St, Is serving aboard I
Morris of Richmond Virginia yet belong to none; the destroyer USS John A Bole
and the nephew of Mri Thomas To share all suffering; i operating out of San Diego, Calif
R\dcr Lannon, Jr of Fernamllna To penetrate all secrets; Bole I II presently conducting
)Wal'llI III be ordained to the To heal all wounds; training exercises off the
Sacred Priesthood at eleven To go from men to God and offer | nla Coast with other units callfor'l
o'clock, Friday. the first day of I I Him their prayers; |II Pacific Fleet She
May I'M at the Cathedral of the To return from Cod to men to serves with the Seventh Fleet In I
Sucred Heart, Richmond, Virginia. I bring pardon peace and hope: the Far East.
Father Morns will offer Ms first To have a heart of fire for
Solemn M.ISJ; of Thanksgiving Sunday charily and I heart of bronze
Sp 4 Henry Jones
,
the third day of May ittwelvethirty fur chastity; ( -,
o'clock In tthe Church To teach and to pardon, to In Korea With 7th ,i
of Saint Anthony of Padua, 928 console and to bless always,
Gordon Street, Wckt End, Atlanta [I mv God what I Life! .- Infantry Division I I7th
Georgia And It Is yours, 0 Priest of
INFANTRY D1V KOREA I IIAHTNC
and First Jesus Christ!" :.i : : 1
Reception Priestly 1 '" .. : ) Army Specialist Fourj
Blessing 11\\ be held from three Lacordalre
Henry M. Jones of Mr and
until five clock, Sunday In the Father Morris better known ai GEORGE SAPP, manager of the Kraft Athletic Club Red- Mrs Cecil R Jones son Callahan,
Parish Hall of St Anthony's Father "Tony", to his family and legit!'!, was awarded a trophy at Little League opening was assigned to the 7th Infinity I
Church Mr and Mri. T R. Lan 1! close friends Is a native of Atlanta game ceremonies for his team being the league: lenders Division In Korea, April 9.
non, Jr and family plan to attend having attended St Anthony'l last' year. Making the award for KAC was Rep Claude Specialist Jones, a cook In thedivision'
A host of local friends have re- Junior High before entering Pre- \\ingate, right. I 7th Administration Company I II'
eelved Invitations to the Ordination I pnratory Seminary at Cull man, '
Ceremony 'Alabama Later he attended Minor entered the Army In February TAKING: TIME: FOR A PICTURE, from busy launching preparations at the Marina,
1962 and last assigned at
St Charles and was left to right. Herb While and Lawrence \\ilds, Johnson; !bout and motor
Enclosed In the Invitations arc Seminary ; grad- Too Late Nettie Cobb Takes I' Fort Campbell, Ky are represenla-
remembrance ('al'dsIth the following i ualed from St. Mary's Major Scm- I then Mrs. (;atchel. Dai id Galrhel, Elgin White, sportw editor for the Florida Ue\'rloll-|
methane.: Inary, both In Maryland. To Classify -- -- -- ment Commission, find Dr. and Mrs. Charles .Miller\ of Miami. The two-day trip which

"To live In the midst of the world Thursday, May 7, at ten o'clock Over Perry Bureau slon and serves as llaslun will the began Ihursd.i.v, April !9 I, was to protide picture material for tin article to he published

Father Morris will celebrate one I LOST At or near cither Wlnn-. press in Popular limiting Magazine and had Augustine! as !its destination. Points of interest
1 of his first masses In St. Michael's. Dixie or Seaside Inn, brown In Tallahassee A native of Georgia, Mrs. along the way included, Fort Clinch, the Sandbar, (the Kingsley/ Plantation, May-
Fernandina Beach. Altar boys will change purse, oblong with two Is known to thousands of .'lorld.1 port, Fort Caroline! and the Ribault Monumnt, and the historic sites and reconstruction
be Larry Lannon, Patrick Leary,
compartments Reward for lans through her lengthy work in !SI. Augustine.
Price and Wesley Poolc. The public turn of licenses, credit .' 1'1'.1 Went Palm Beach Appointment In newspaper and public relations ---- -- --
Is cordially Invited. I etc. Mrs. E. L. Comely uf ]Mrs. Ililllc Cobb as chief operations. She has been a general I a work ruks strike" bv 700 t Inn and
A breakfast reception will be 2615307. He of the Tallahassee bureau of John assignment reporter for the launch woikers. crewmen who : I i Kennelji, Jr, who Is a student atI
given for close friends and rcla- H Perry Newspapers, Inc, has Jacksonville Journal and also has I walked off the job Kiwanians Fete t I JU. Ho also presented as guest ofi
i I II LOST On Tuesday evening.! I I I i kiwanlan L. A. .'crrl'lralho( was
i lives In Father Morris' honor by been announced here by John H been associated with the Playground
Mr. and Mrs. Lannon The reception Necklace with pendant of 2 small Perry, Jr, president of the news News In Fort Walton, Flor Gilts (from Jordan I (Continued from Pane One,) out of the city), his daughter,
I hearts, with diamonds In center .
Is to be held at the Surf Restaurant and around outside Sentimental paper publishing concern, ida. In the latter assignment she I AMM\\: Jordan plans lo dls- Ccvcra Ferrelra.VicePresident
of and civic
Immediately following value. Reward. Phone was honored by the Florida Press tribute 200 gin of olive wnod and I I'i Rpunslbililv citizenship Eddie McKcndicc
masl.I 2613677.Itc Association for "excellence In her mother of pearl depleting JoruaI responsibility : presided In the absence of President
I Father Morris has been I frequent work." I alcm' sacred dome of the rock An added feature of the pro I Bill Webb.
visitor for i long number of I WILL NOT be responsible for I Mrs. Cobb Mettle, as she and the Jordan Pavilion when gram was the presentation of a |
years, during the summer months any debts Incurred by anyone) Is more generally- \or known willCOVl'r King Hussein opens his counlry'i ; high school quartet composed of Many people who keep working
other than myself (signed) Ivan I Steve Beckett, Ted Stegcr, John
In Fernandina Beach Celebrating!! exhibit at the New York World'!
all of Florida's slate uller they become 63:
con
phases net
M14c
Mass In St. Michael's will be a W. Williams. Fair April 22. Pulrttl! and Dickie Fox The boys
government for the Perry organization presented several number In tiue monthly social seeuilly cheeks dc.
signal joy.When Malta Referendum Stt I : her dispatches to supplement i barbershop sl.vle, Including, "Con- spite their earnings. Wniking "peo.

I you notify the Social Security VALLETTA, Malta, the govern.| the Press news reports and United of The Press Associated ey Island Baby". "Shine", and an pie over 63 should visit their near.
Administration that you ment announced a referendum on I unusual barbershop arrangement est social security alike to bee! if
have changed your address, make: Prime Minister Borg Olivler'i pro. I International of "America the Beautiful". i they're eligible for benefits, the
I sure you also notify your post of-, posed Independence constitution I John Davis was a guest of the' Social Security Administration
I flee so that any checks made out will be held May 2-4 Brltlan controls Paragraphs Club and presented his date, Key urges.
I before your notice Is received will the Islands defense and for I Club Sweetheart Sue Selph. HIwoninn --- --
JIM THOMAS be forwarded to you promptly clgn affairs. I In The News J. C. Bennett presented

... ... ... --- ... his guest, R W, Martin and R E. WIN WITH
Hotel Guests Stealing Fewer A Servlc. of Your Docior "I 1I..Io.ln., Graham and Kiwaniun Tom Brown
lour Ux-il Mnlic.il, of the club JOHN E. ( Jack)
bocicly end Ih. presented as guest ;
Towels Now .
1-lori.l. Medical Auomliim,
THANK YOU NEW YORK Guests are tak. Mrs Jennie Sanders.
Ing fewer towels than ever before, A MEDICAL PROFESSOR'STHOUGHTS Kiunnian' Thomas G. Hall presenlcd MATHEWS
possibly because they realize op- ON MENTAL as his guest, his mother.
Fellow citizens of Nassau County : crating costs arc high and towels HEALTH In.law, Mrs. Ruby E. Rice, of Best Qualified For (iinernor
P..ld Pot. Adv.A"thorlred .
Jacksonville and Klwanlan Kenneth
one New York
are expensive
says '
I would like to take this opportunity to express to you the I -...............-,...,...;rm.sMhrtfcft. Ajuq hotel manager."Some I 1 boredom he Kreat, sickness a "(.11110111 of our medical ugcla Sturgcs presented his son, by Cdmpllilln. Trt. lure,
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gratitude in my heart thanking each one of you for letting me Mrs, Cobb a veteran Florida guests who want towels" professor, once Mated. As 10.day'
,
for souvenirs arc paying for them, prevailing malady lie included I'
serve you as your County Commissioner for the past three and II newspaperwoman new duties May ,1 will and assume will represent her I said Joseph J. Vann of the Hotel purpose a along lack with of nicuiiiMK boredom.and

one half years. It has been an experience that will be with me I al0\ ( the 21 Perry newspaper Edison Our preoccupation with the Han Theatre
In the state. exploration ol outer sl'uce-and
forever. I South of the Border meantime the seemingly; wilful I
In announcing the appointment,
avoidance of learning how \
fellow Mr. Perry noted that 'It Is another MEXICO CITY, Of 945.731 and toundirsUmt Phone 261-4849 C. E. Beach, !Mgr.
of control'
I know Jhat at times I have had to vote opposite my I forward step In the expan. I foreign tourists who visited Mexico -ie.1 the dramatic. rxprcs-ourselc ,

commissioners, but down in my heart I always felt that I was lion and Improvement plans of the last jear, 831,320 came from non of our koci.il nick IK n.explained "!
the United Slates, the Tourism the doctor. Medical FRIDAY & SATURDAY
right, and being a representative of yours, I felt justified in doing I Perry newspapers as they keep Department announced The next science, he pointed out, has
i with tne general growth and in.ule IA1 & 2 j
Mndes
up
innrnioiis alleviating
largest group 30.801 came in
so, keeping in mind that the other commissioners felt the 1 progress of Florida." from Europe pain and prolonitniK life, Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30: & 7:30:: 1

same for their part I also know that at times I made some of Mr*. Cobb Is I widely experienced to tack he of now cnlarttuiR confronted its function with the to

words and highly capable newt Navy Manning Tugs include. gnniK meaning to the "THE RAIDERS"
my friends angry at me for the way I expressed myself in BOMBAY, INDIA, I Reuters) life it has helped to make. poau'Ihc -

,..on economy for our county. I feel that by being elected to this | writer.an administrative She Is now assistant employed with as I the Port Indian authorities navy to man here tugs asked and blc. doctor defined mental HUIAN KEITH

great office citizens me the right to represent I health an that state of mind in TECHNICOLORFriday
you as gave you the Florida Development Commls- launches to move ships following which a person can carry on -

in _all my transactions to the best of my knowledge. --. activities; with satisfaction to
Uiiimelf,
Ladies and Gentlemen, I am not going to try and Jell you the CALENDAR OF LOCAL EVENTS i with to mine others sense, and of with-responsibility !JO) (>(> Saturday 1:00: & 0:00:
put making a nuisance of
I have done for the back because limiiielt to a laiKC mimher of "DARK PURPOSE"SHIRLEY
things looking a pat on COUNTY COMMISSION 10 am. 2nd Wednesday after 1st Mondnj people. All with

without the help of the other commissioners these things would Commission Chambers without mental pcrsoni health, are or JONES GEORGE SANDERSTECHNICOLOR :
CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30: p.m. Clt) obliKcd lo .111 fer. he said. 'In
not have been accomplished. Everything I have done on this Commission Chambers experience fruitration or tirief, -

board, if I had to do it over, I would do again, with one excep HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 am. Hospital DinIng fear pani, and tension anxiitv, conflict is within, juilouiy the,
RoomSCHOOL
nature of man. These arc ihfn- SUNDAY & MONDAY
tion. BOARD lit Wednesday after 2nd Monday 0:30: am.Supenntendont'i cult situations, and liappmoi i*

When I first sat on the board, the largest argument in the I Office a in-product whole or in of part resolving tin'in, MAY a & t

: P-TA EXECUTIVE: BOARD last Thursday 3.30: p.m. Jr, rceliMn of confidence in one's
county at that time was more money for the schools. Being I High CafetoriumPTA self anil othcis the sense of "MOVE OVER DARLING"DORIS

forced by small groups at different meetings, I feel the board I MEETING 1st Thursday 8 p.m. Jr. High Cafetorium liavniK and. a lu 4 .lilc.iMirc i< .f.lilh c that,f competence the whole! DAY JAMES; GARNER:

did not have all the answers to the school problems. The problem KIWANIS CLUB Each Monday 6.45: p.m. Seaside Inn mid human, to situation;, i worthwhile,'., POLLY BERGENTECHNICOLOR
a pcrno-i's!) i.iwae! ;ty to tn.clure
different HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 3.30: p.m. Hospital all the ill uhie-h
as you well remember was money. We spoke at Dining Room to he is -
subjected, concluded the doc lor.nr .
occasions about having an across the board sales tax earmarked JAYCEES Each Monday 8 p.m. Recreation Center Lounge ::::=.: ....::. __

for the schools. I believed then, and I believe now, that it would LIONS CLUB Each Tuesday '7pm. Seaside Inn I

be the fairest tax possible. i I ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seasidi
INNAMERICAN A Vote For
I was told that to do this meant waiting for the legislature : LEGION lit and 3rd Monday 8 p.m. at Legloi

to meet and the schools were so desperate that we had to do I Home

something now. I voted for revaluation and equalization. The I CITY Chambers PLANNING BOARD 3rd Thursday City Commiuloo Forrest "L F."

legislature did not do as we expected them to and the revaluation I, WOMAN'S CLUB 1st Wednesday Woman's Club Bldr.I .

has cost way beyond what it was told to us it would be. I BOY Seaside SCOUTS InnMERCHANT'S UK AMUUCA, Nassau District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday

Therefore ladies and I feel that I have let down HIGGINBOTHAM
gentlemen, you II ASSN. each 3rd Thursday Noun Luncheon i
on this one item and I offer my apology.If Seaside Inn

CHAMBER OK COMMERCE 3d Monday Luncheon 12.15: I
everyone would think this thing over thoroughly they can heasido, Inn for your

see that it isn't the duty of landowners, large or small, to be the BUCCANEER COIN CLUB I p.m. 2nd Monday each month I County Commissioner
GEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Moo
sole source of money to send every child in Nassau County to day each month 8 p.m. ... TV Room at Recreation Center.

school, but it's the duty of each parent to share the load. So NASSAU C1IAPT, NO. 49 ROYAL ARCH MASONS 2nd and will be an investment

much for that. 4th Thursdays 8 p.m. Masonic Temple
in the future of
AMELIA LODGE; NO. 47 F. & AM. 2nd and 4th Tuesday our
I feel I have served you well in either respect, and I thank 8pm. Masonic Temple County of Nassau

you over and over again for allowing me this privilege. IIOBE1N'* I LODGE pm. -No Masonic 1C.4 knights Temple of Pythias lut and 3rd Thursday

I did not qualify for this office again this year because I FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7. PYTHIAN SISTERS 2nd and 4ts I FORREST() ; IllGGl.NIKn HAM IS HON EST.; DEPENDABLE.: CONSCIENTIOUS: : ) ; ,
Monday of month at 8 Masonic .
feel I can best serve you in other capacities. I have been elect p.m Temlle.CHAPTER I AGGRESSIVE.;(; ;! ; AND HAS THE COURAGE TO STAND: t'P "rOR THE THINGS
CR, ORDER EASTERN STAR
1st and 3rd Tuesdays -
superintendent of the Callahan Methodist Church School, Masonic Temple 1 THAT HE THINKS: ARE; RH.I1T AND: HONORABLE.WON'T : .

president of the Callahan Elementary and High School P.T.A. i SPEBSQSA EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. Recreation Center ,
;: 1 Lounge : YOU GIVE FORREST ( I.. F.) IIIGGIB'fIl.l'It: ) 1 \OTE AND:

::director of the Callahan Chamber of Commerce, and councilman 1 HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Monday of month at p m. ASK YOUR FRIENDS: AM: 1J RELATIVES 1'0'OTE FOR FORREST HIGGIN.BOTHAM ; : .

: of the town of Callahan. ROSE CIRCLE 1st Monday ................................................... ... 8 P.M: I?

:;-._ My prayer is this. I will serve my church, be true to my family FOUNDERS GARDEN CLUB 3rd Friday . . . . . 3PM. THERE; WAS :NEVER A MORE HONORABLE: MAN I OFFERING: HIS

and help in my community and county wherever and when MAGNOLIA GARDEN CLUB 4th Tuesday ....................... ." 8 P.lt SERVICE TO HIS COUNTY: 1'IIAFORREST: HIGGINBOTHAM.LET ; : ) I.

needed. AZALEA GARDEN CLUB 2nd Tue.duy .................... ..M ..... 8 P.'"
ever 220 Lighthouse Circle ALL OF US T.KtD"AT: : AGE OF THIS OFFER AND: VOfE FOR

.. Thank you and God bless you all. STITCH-A-BIT CLUB 1st and 3rd Monday _......._..... .M '7:30: P.M. FORREST HIGGINBOTHAM.: I '\loI."" ,'; hll'h' ", ,
AMERICALFGION: : AIXIUARV: Post 54 4th Tuesday 8 p.m. atI
: Commissioner Jim Thomas I I Legion Home Thll .d It roIlen and paid fur by fricndi ol FoiI'aie Hiiimbotham'

U SENIOR CITIZENS 2nd and 4th Thursdays Rec. Center 7.30: P.)!. Paid Politlc.il Advertisement

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Birth records maintained it Marineland Highway accidents in the U, S I News-Leader Beach, Florida Thursday April 30, 1964 Page Seven
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of Florida' show that the took a record number of lives It ----

new.born porpoise calf being an 1163 Some 42,700 persons died on:/College! Friends Reunited Thru Baseball I League after New berry, but do. I Rue and has moved around to for the two, meeting here In Fer.
air-breathing mammal, will, with. the nation's highways last year, gilded to so Into the Insurance clubs like Rook Hill Macon, Los I nandina Beach during the spring
In ten seconds swim to the surfacefor and more than 3,460000 were In- business lie sold out after seven I Angles, Springfield, Nashville' training sessions after their base.
Us first breath of. air. lured, BY CIRT CORDON I year In the business and movedto I Memphis. !Mobile. and Charloite I ball days at college Tyson Is In
I ,: :; ... 'f'" '-' George Tyson, Pirate ball'ball'' Florlclj, I where he wan plj ereoaih under basibull as Coach of the Fernan.
1 1I I In the meantime Rowe has bun ''Gl'De'I'rbe) when Verblo win diva Beach High Pirates, and
sod \ ,
coach Ralph Howe nnnagerof
I, 'j)i ,, the \\llson North Carolina In professional baspballI hit'h''I manager! of Chailoltc Now Huwe Howe Is manager of tho Wilson
''l marred him over most of the tn la iniiniwr! ul Wilson t baseball l leans of the Minnesota'Twins '
I *.' ,* t !. baseball onganl/atlem, have Ited Males, After Newbcrrv! Rowe line league,, bull both still keeping a hand In
\ went Into the Pacific Coast Lea I II has been a pleasant reunion the game,
been enjoying the past few years' .
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't4 9' \.t. 'rpll .."' ,.v./a when Spring baseball training has I I
JAMES T. NALLSCandidate J' ; : (, W taken place here In rrrnandlna :
.' Beach,
,I 1\\ >'t .. 'fIr,1 \
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'f.
: : \ : : t Tyson and Rime' attended New. :I
,'ft berry College together/ and the
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{, ", past couple of Dpi ing training sen-I REELECTJOHN
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For slons here In rcrnundina Beach
'
} ... ..t's5iii. !'" (If ; have been a fun time for these I
A > t; 'Si .. longtime Irlcnds' (10 (.U togetherand
: 11 remlnkp of the past yeses
CommissionDISTRICT !. I t ''' <{0(' 'I'' { Tyson and Howe pieibiblv '
T.
County '' ed their friindshlp I :; I ; lIh"ft.'I.thejgame I
: ; ; 7' t of baseball Tyson attended, I

college during the war/ through,: ,,
NO. 3 ,. I;] the :Navy V.12 pio.ram,(: while
: t .1 X;: j Rowe was attending Ncwbciry!
one year before the war. Their
: \ :. "r; paths crossed din Ing the baseball WEISNERYOUR
50 careers as carp played under ho I
A Man Who 9. : ttt same manage" lit dilfiicnl times
r I ri during their eaieers Tyson was'

Desires To r I t .M a Laval catcher was fur couch Billy at Laval Newberry when SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

and Row pinged for Laval nt

Serve ThePeople J League Rock Hill, S, C. in I the Trl.Stair :,

After the win, Tyson returned ,,
of I i tn complete his ethu'vtiun at New.
J berry and: wai' a catcher: ;:: on one I WEISNER IS

I of the finest It'limn ever pindiuid, j
Nassau County r Ii In 1947 and U41! later Tyson wan I
r i
the catcher on a Il'ml.I"o" team
QUALIFIED PROGRESSIVE DEPENDABLE
that deflated Neuluuv In a bens
EfficientlyHonestly I
; (OLI.LGE IUTDDIPS, enjoy brief reunion through baseball fit game with 'Ilillv' Oelell Major
and I at! Ralph Rowe )left, maunder of the Wilson North league lunlirlobc', pitching and
striking t out 1U New berry bailers
t : Carolina baseball learn of the Minnesota\ Twins baseballonianiation. Tyson, I mm, Savannah II Geeiiija:I : I
I : and George( Tyson, couch Economically.YOUR I undefeated .Pirate baseball team remember their days at Savannah Indians In the Sully
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Newberry College.Too -
II I I corporation I h one of the most attractive .
I small towns In the Mule EXPERIENCED SCHOOL MAN

VOTE AND SUPPORT i Ii Late To ClassifyBY / and growing like steadily IMP rest The of Florida rich soil Is I

lends Itself to the growing of all
RUSSELL KAY manner of tropical plants .and! ,: TWENTY SIX YEARSAs
trees and the citUins, proud or
WILL BE GREATLY I
I While you wont find It listed i more or less of a disturbing nuts.S their community, make the most I
among tho numerous Florida attractions S|I ante, the United States Sugar I of It with neat well kept lawns and
designed to Interest and Corporal at tlewlston believes I grounds and colorful plantings I
that' from a standpoint I of goodwill I
APPRECIATEDPaid entertain our thousands of visit. i and: public relnlions I :: eouilcsios: I ex. While a number of new modern
ors the world lamest sugarhouse 1 motels have been built In recent i
Is taking Its place as a ma.: effort tended to visitors Is a worthwhile I years, the fumed Clewlstem Inn Teacher Coach Principal Superintendent
jor attraction I built and maintained by the United !
Political Advertisement And while most ('lour large In. No admission charge Is made States Sugar Corporation,
dustrlal plants don't encourage/ and attractive well informed guides :the pride I of the community; :: I II//
I visitors and look upon\ them as aie provided to take visitors In 'modi!led antirefurnished
It was recently i<
groups through! the giant mill
-- - -- -- and toeluy Is probably'
I which begins operation In the (all the finest and best appointed Nassau County's Schools Need
I
; and operates on a 24 horn' a dav small hotel! In the intlic Seiulh ,

ITS TRADE 'N' TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S I In basis the until spring the haivcst season ends vision!Mr Lanlcr It ope'rales under, tells whose mo 11I1)I'r'i they

On a recent visit to ClcvUston 1 have' had a splendid season with a :
wu Informed by Assistant tei the full house most of the time I WEISNER'SEXPERIENCE !
!,! President William Lanier that tin SI excellent Is the bask lishlng
number of vlaltors to the mill Is In this area that bundled of spoils
\ reusing annually end thut the men Journey to Clcwlston each/ ,
Interest they know In the operation year and make the comfortable '
Is lurpilslng. ''C1cwl lull Inn their headquarters, I .' ATTENTION
When the mill was first openedto I have caught my shine of lunkors
vl.ltors'many years ago few there and tan recommend both :
folks seemed Interested and only the fishing and the delightful ac. I ENTHUSIASM INTEREST
commodatlons the Inn provides.I I
a small number took advantage
of seeing the plant In DIM'ration
but their number has steadily In. I
Trade At Home Pild Piillllt.il' Adv.rll.enlYou
creased each harvest season and
I the 14! season which ended March I a
22 was the best year with a tolal
of 20,524, an Increase of more than
I 7000 eve rlhe 1J63 total and an

,"' I all.time record.
'
I At the start of the tour the visItor .
sees the cane as It comes NEED HOT WATER FAST'?
1 I from the fields In railroad ears
s .lv, and Is automatically dumped, a )
carload at a time, Into a hopper
I where It Is picked up by a cnii.
veyor belt and carried lucre ntor.Us .
I up, to be diuppcd, Into the
I grinding mat bines that shied and
sqnec/c It until every drop of ( )
I juice', Is removed, and only\ bias: ( J// o 'p ( ,
sc remains, am) a river of mass:: /
I Juke (Hems const mlly duylild/
I night! 11111the many processing
vats until It finally merges as
raw sugar and Is sacked for delivery ,, I
to the refinery I F
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Clc\\'l lon, home of the sugarS \
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Sforl Coupct tbrni;Comely Sting Ray Chciy/ 11 Nora Cortair Muiaa/ thcttllt Mahbu, Cheirolet Impala


5 different ways to make a big splash E3 ReElectED
Get All The Hot Water You Need .

: illtout going aboard on price [I ''iV11I1tI!?


li't gct-tlie-coltajc-reacly time. Tut-the-boat-In-the-water! time. BaictaT time.. Trade 'N TO IMf WHEN You Need It. .
Travel Time at your Chevrolet dealer's. Time to get; out ol that wintertime rut, kto one
cf Chevrolet's] five great highway performers. FLORIDA PUILIC

:. Now it' easy to go on vacation first class-without paying a first-class price. In a UTILITIES COMMISSION .

luxury Jet-smooth Chevrolet, for example.This beauty rivals just about any car in styling, with an
performance and comfort. Or try a totally new type of travel in the youthfully stjkcl &Law Gradual and Farmer

Chevelle. Lots of room inside-}'et nicely! sized for easy handling. Special Assistant laU

s? ors Now thrifty Chevy II has hill-flattening power. Unique Corvair! i Attornty

_' offers extra power that accents its road-hugging rear engine traction 24 Years of law and
TRADE'I'lOVR And the exciting Corvette speaks fur itself. Progressive Public fcrvlca ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
DME Yes right now is new car time. T-N-T Time. Time to !get the most
fun from a new car. To get a great trade on your old one. lo get; a Cited for Fair and
I.sa aaaasewea.aw big choice at your Chevrolet,] dealer's. Come on lnZ! Impartial' Regulation I

CHECK THE T N T DEALS ON CHEVROLET: CHEVEUI CHEYT n.COMAM AM CORVETTE NOW AT TOUR CHEVROLET: DEALER[ : New Serving at Chairman
af Honda Public Utilities

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WOODWARD MOTOR CO.South Experienced R.-Elect( CO and MASON Pro..n I Florida Public Utilities Co.


leadership.for Florida I
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Department We ar* the partnta H I I FOR COtNTV COMMISSIONERI FOR COt COMMISSIONERI Eight .L"dr. Fernandina Beach, Florida Thurxlay. Apr3. 11
Kitchent nf HUkelv. ,.
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two lona H"I..d have qualified ai i lor em a lift resident the
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Announcements / / I Nmau In have am t ate thut tht .npl.1 .tlnl,. art b. of the 1.pU.t Church and t pup Cenwratl-n of A"orl. lie
fur
I ,.1 thaI my .xp.lon" I ten/Ing oomlng May Diirmcrutle prlmnry t tom' Uf owner and "lv. member n rOulwl In un .' and but ''w. lleuih dlvhlon p".1I. .

the puhlc. b"th huolnentIn I wia him Jan, 4. 1J3J. In N.aanuCnuilv tIme ao/nul Lnurch Llnil a ,, n..II. munncri and lit the boat If elected, f'.1 try to make fair 10 yeiri and boos lVd In Fernun.nourvM.
for for S >...and for II and bun. been a realdain' f>r prt lilent Naaauu County Houl li nf tin cltina lit Naaaau and lout' on problemund tar It .a..
Your volt mid active tuppoit" a RUN I : ; will ta
RFPRFSFNTAT1VE with a firm In Fmoondiiitiiui'jc't. : and nuplval't
poI STATE aulmutivtraiuronticiiVlg \eiri :12 A.'I"f"n. member or Kl irldi will cmptrule with me nbera
I U..n,.. H Drt-aev dn hereby de. proven leader I.u.ln..mo"rledlcated'. tn oervlng V"U ,' q i:"llflei .me ,lo ...v. capably. I yeiriI tin very much Inlerenled In lbs bag )' "n for f ird'. fur your ":Int..1 "llY ." ...".
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elnre condldocv i>fin be appretlileil 'u. yjiir ni\li r of l.n"III"n.l'I' olIn uf Cuunly; (:iHninlaaluiiir. DliIrlit I Hi rmc", Poultry Dlvliilnii N e: I Ir..ty: u"I'r..t.td.Illl" I' Your solo 1M nrll'.e .uI",1| .111. JFHE 10PY) REmSnRFor
Hill 5uettV
.nlm.t rrii ,:fvih.r'UN ir vu i-e III: la pi I"o te IIan. I ,' aIr und Culluhan PTA gieuliy a miarrt'lulvd.
fI .c repre ,. will, ; A. IERRFIKV
liion, 1 out lie I
D. II. lDuc'kI> BlH\N\V nrllie |puiv urn 11.r'n ;
the lull knuwledfi eniil vert hv In. and have buhlnaniuicewfuUy
l"i operated
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Ciuniy' I..n in diitlp. I In m.inner thit JI,1nll..r a l.mmR: DAVIS
teiei.iry
) of 1li. vaat re.p"uIbtItte.! ofthit ,I wIll reflri fjvorjhly nn I yu the vol ouiporuted al ftranillna ..1'h and I throughout the >ejra anilnlidgt Otrun hIghway B Port Auth.
office. 1 I lam ac' huso bosh fir Ile punt U a i li
vltully ITiporunt ASSESSORI whole y..r. l.u.I."u' (. FUR
TAX and hue
eutelv. awaran f the winy prememaor FOR I ere Your vote cranny mM kuppoit aa 'a la vil'clled I huxe two
nil tin people In fur count/ and hereby. aanounct my candldicv I Pod will lie deeply apprephted old and one girl 1I'I' ve,,ira olif un .t.tIn tjxatlun: I. i W. Bully I fours. annnume mvlandliluiy 10 lfA lhllofViP "nnp7lrl? llruui 2.
of TaX We at Ruult I, Has.auVine cult, tut delermlnatlnn, of fur I hereby announce that I um a tin Aulhrly.
pledn to devott ", MIl to tl aervlctor for Re fc.le.llun la Hie attire Think live Ikl \. getting aduIhiir'a memlier of II'' liuarduf .. .
you
tie people! U eitcieol your Mat & e I, LlCILt. hlTCHKVS value for tain
represent'.... Am Tsl; A.ae..or. I pledge to ..11.I u U I.. vntcri of Mtimnu C"unty hnnor 1 thus giving my undivided uUenmali Nas.au C..unly Uu.lr.il. tavujtct of nphreyf Hfeniorl.illlipllil ,, I" o" Plans C'unyu i
I hnve IH"d hire for I yearn ,,lih fair and equal' aiaeaumpnta In ibm nt wllh tile pilvllegt of tnt pu.bleuia of aii citizena InNaik.w t Uit Piunaiy Dlilrlil No 4. Ililllaidir :I the belt of sty ability. and will

the oulet dlfnltv that In la ntceaiarvfor future ti In Hit poet I will b a frleift! For Supcrvlior! of Rfnhlrnllnn them ai their:' 1 county; cninmlMilimr.IIf c"y., with euiuuay, cum May I. Dn.rull u rue lee'led, | hall I my ulmoit: aptrrcl.'lc all ennui* riil-m ahown 'n'.

any public eerv.nt. Ai your ilolerepreaent 'ID everyone and will cnlnu tntorvt CIal. N. Di-nnttl will lie a n,on "0.. .d huneity I year ot age, I lifelong I to continue Ui aervt : hospItal a I Uw DemotralU Primary 0 Ma) I.
would conduct mvMir and andtmjuitlal I Don Reuno' Knnerti hereby annnurce aervlng our county fairly "I NaaiuU nl kign licit Inter. .In. I have IK' a intitilHrnf I will en.
illve, I each everyone o Irv.nl. You VO and ooida.art will .p .Jt u If .''el..d lo I" 011"
fur the olflit olKupervlaor : vouUiurd nt sInce January
In thin: amt' manner. bectuae the haul, my en"ld"o. lime.Uy: Wan oiaodii i | pilvUngea p..el.ld. ,.t aid Mlo, alUnJodI 'ru. denvur, Ihe J"11'''!
of Hi l.lr illnn of NjmuuCounty : 1001 and It ham Inked been : r
who fllli thin pout In In effect I hnvt aerved at Taut Aaaetanr for | uvineond working la loiter Nassau dtuaio 1... Cullegs.I lpvakur ind ubllltv. in nerfnnn ill the dutlei
your"perron' perannnl I represent ntlvt end II 10 yoan and aa a riepuiv tax aRneawirfur tubjtcl t the May ItO Prl Ci unty. Igoig. For,. Hl gtabvtkg. I fur fuur year! In Via U S. 11 H till you .In tht! capacity and

ri-r rdcrt el typical nr, Nanaau Cnumvppniile 4'', )'.or I honestly believe I emtile mary Your vote and support will h italy Navy ; um manW, rtalUe on CllncliUruw ; I thank yuu for pour Iru-t andcuitlilcme hove ro.pnn-lhIW'been alw.m he In.
I
.
he Inr.m'ert nerve .. I am 14 vein nlrt a of 4 "ipprnciatard. and wi
oil wllh whom cornea shoOt nun v"enn my lnplu.1 ,11.11cr'Omeot
bv dn An tof'irlhcr qu"lfl.d I yean Military R tie I Thonkl.rIARLF.S For Board W I am I"UMln 1. aa Jnurnevnan I am married to the former Mildred .teretted In everything fur !
Thin I feel I rin jour Tan A..n' r..di Ana It N ,.
Qinlirieillon. I atlcmled Ih.'nl.r.llv I pledge to a'i'I <>r N,laiiu e"nnly' Kiireun War: at tinuart' \.. 4 N. I hereby fU Mechanic In MalnlMtunce Crawford ad we are the parenta orU and pt'ogmenn II., r"UIIV.P.retyInq .

of TenneKPe while woiklngto alIt cusiliocue, with the bCuiuaiiicuuionprogdam l.nlh".I; prmntly M.muM the I II NET I for men.her ann"" Board ef eandlducv Puiailntui'trma'tlun. Department of 'r 1I'.I''I'.d anna We ute active niembrra, I tnt fit lhe"nl'ivv; for iVmntha. 23
v In I will mil ".'I.h html tine tiilf i ronrse] and kane hem ., nl the, tpheiui Hiptlt Cluiclt, ulKlnga
n.v tOVOflCnrcnI from I cerlnln pronreta tew I auneimc'tcd I'l North ISih 81 In I lrmnoui. DiiUkl I tlUlaNI In Un pail U e. ull. .c II' ll l I..ry. 01 whIch V.hSTl1ll
to nv th it I tome be Kared ny COI NTY (OMMIRSIO\r: yeari
l in proud hOE coining Dtm'-crulit u .. M-f F"I.'
nlnu Souch ond nm a of the I tin .'", nf Iht M.d.Ieil I sin s
ond jcn I Intend to an m.m" : : I kavt served bur lerma .. prosl' Illard
or nmc In a a..
people
the working dana .n I native uf rCnuty. r. to II.rlr problem I am an emplnvep IhU jolt to the .heht mv ability. I I Memorial' Melhnillut: I with' In announce to tIle votera of am a and Naaaju l dent of Local No 101 ol liriernulu "; a director I .... ecpal Ch".I.. belong Ihe P'tnenl.1'vchem .
I In 1C3I I eerie I aa PnnHcnt nf the N.... Hint I p""erl owner In"Hye. engig County fiirm. .. of Atnelln In t7.
of ontnlner Cnrpnrntlnrt ofAmerica Kill not ln nIght of common aciwejudgment Countv am seeking Ibismiltice I Brotherhood nf and 'and I B E W.
Ullhl.
/ and hove been. with them and I aaiurt you I will nut Fcrnondini "leach Junl'r Chnmber otCommerce ot Cuurfly Coinmlaaloner Duo'irbtt l life.. I Umbr ".I. 1 myafiu Haptr Mill 1 WorkerlTI the ?Naiiau County .tlr.h Preventioncommlileei A..olullln

'luce moving to Fernnndlni. ii. p irtlal In my dUly. and A'. a Director nn the Three, auhjeil In tht May IDomrnrmthio children, In lilac pledgt my elf In lila duties nf ihla a property .." .,' I.vcah I bull.morrbed tht former Mar-
Yulre Senior Cltnm .m
Fernandlng Bench
I Intern am nn illonnl active Brotherhood member of of Inpnl4M Pulp I, do your honeitlv ald sIncerely. and oppreelate tup bar of Commerce. In I I"R I ..rv.o a.Arsa I wai burn Primary In ktewart County "lenrgU t mil a member 0 t. yuue ohms vole and and WIU .In.r.ly .ppr.lul taxpayer May I lay that I dn and will continue great, 1.wnrl., 1 liuglt li ,.ro.n.
IHU lo
oonl".n.01. lUptlat Church aUv. .upl. A from 1'7.
Chairman of e tub Oper.allan I'ur the nlnt.cn I havebeen U fh.'U to .ppr.d..I. your vote' and ." .rhol.
and Paper Mill Worker tin purl. Ild. pears .
fulphl'e Jimmv
at Ililllaid I 4 W JONF
Mouse fRilly) two
,
parenta
iteward for chill 'Tiinntt Vol Rpgimrotlnn Pngrim. pr 'Jecldeilgned 50cm vr..t it.illnn operator In live "ppnrl in thIn campaign, and .hldron.
Inn arfl I am "Imp .
will .
to Viler Pcpl-tra I Mck ut all tlnitl lo service to 17. and Annie Jenn
encourose our hospital
I Mont cf all I hive n placed 'Imerirt EDDIE McKENOREESupcrlntendcut Na aau tht netdi of the and ClInt nil
icboul I hnve in N a.tnu
11"n.. In lull I the Olatlgulahed I nurtied. to Ihe former CitherInt program Iv..d
of Nuaiou Curly en".1 am B. C. (dUanlt LEWIS
In the people F0& HOSPITAL ) for nvean
and will aiuniut Inujiiirtl. Un TRUSTEE m" life been a taxpayer
was
ml I em-wily de.'t In ..'v. all lbs lrvl. Mine and we havt two aoni. Hay : t ptupit. t and boys been a regIstered
,1Y'
relectwd tutitandlng Young
Public Instruction und I like to thank for the
1I'"I>le of Niitau Ciunltiur further "oul you
continued l\I enrntitlyI Man Of The Year In I'erncndlnalieach If elected to thla high nfflc.. I ear My lo litlp developa allowing mi ti lervt n FOR CONSTABLE tiutar. ..
\ luppnrt
I with to announct that I am a can ... furward looking educallunal I hive been employed for CI ,.n.
"C"1. clrlatt for elecUon In tht office of neatly and alnccrely pledge that I will Such yo Hoard member during tin piut CvromdratlonofAineclea,
member of tht FrrnandlnaI a program will I with to it :
stoviance Cuodtdmcy
I my
am work for umthlng that .It good for p"I..m. yturt on'Ioe
CFORGE H. DORSETFor uperlnlemlent nf Public Imtrurtlnntaa.au I IK ... Ihe lr RtaHrnarv Fngl"jAMFH .
I each Parent Teacher Aaaoclutlon awl NJHUBU Cuunly c..llul. ooopera mine honeatly tried lit fir fur the otile. of Cunoi.ttuto far PM' and p-went
give :
County' auhlect tin Ihe Demo I .., lu He 'I'h los tndtuvori of liuurfunjinbern little I 113 Nanuu In the ilte Jtt.u. em ".n---1
attn prewnilv log a. ; knur. V"II mid active itipport will be I. .eb" and |uil 6ecn.l.mi In all nf tie, many Cuunly). May
crntlc, primary on Miy S. and If >Uijta : M. (Jimmy) fRo
I"u Chairman' I aerved at on Area CoCliulrman etd. wil Din
House of lIrftl.nl\tln I have t night' action! Naiknu I .1'rtl.tll. invMll und to enilt prubliini coming lieldare the Biurd primary .
eU. ,
at II ii., reci-nt Mans p.:,in Thank pill U. To work member, ot Iheboard Ian emplnvea' by Ravnnlcr Incerp
1. Clnu-i. K Win..'... tnnnunpt thnt County for the pant dl II veari and havenerved tnumuitinition l'rnro" end am preently R. II. (Bob) ('ARfERFOR : will upprcclule yuur V I and tup and,'llh.1 Interented orated I hocus had approximately five

I nm aeeklng reelection for the eec fit Coach Athletic DirectorMy lervlng aa hiilrman nf the Ir In nip t .d. tht bent partiealo Y.I1 police experience. Iwo year! For Ocean Highway k Port Auth.t .
cod term In the LegMnturt a* rrtaent Matua la thnt of AaalntinlPilnclpal County Chapter for Project I A. (AnoU) hADDOCK b""ldl puuluio .. tko florid. Highway tweyem
avall.bl.. .
N.III P."o. .
member of the Hnu-t of Bepreeenla.tlvpi Atlletlc Director and Coach COUNTY COMMISSIONER \ lllfu.d wllh th. I,. Thomoi H King inniunct mylelf
I will contlnut to wnrk
from Niaaau Countv. ">ihect to at the Cnlluhan Krhnol' Ifa.I.dl.. tn conduct the r1 Hie und one >..1..b ai a cindldnte. for Ocean 118h.
.
; Ml, Mv In ito achoola of Natmu .1.\r I" beil In hmpltal rare. g' nlbualoeu Dp.lm.nl. and Port Authority Ur-mp .
Ih" Democratic Primary, May 'n'.r.1 office acilvelv I wlih In nnrmuni tn Hit votera of For Bunrg Public way
.on.rl. lutrarUoif
Id1"! County hI. been d..mon.ll'ol.d by cnllv and wllh the dlgilty dorervlnqur I Milieu County 'Hi it I nm n '"nlhl.leI. 0 management uf with a reaunnablt IUJU.ry I n iie.nt.cr. of (he. Five PnlnfaBiptlKt In Ue. Miy (Mil pilmury elecunn N.,..

\Purlng mv flint 1mm In nfflrt. I inv actl\o .,fnrl. In nciuta belter edu every public tlflieII .r tre, office nf Nnna lu C',unlv Comnilailonrr I wish to annnuo. that I um Itimilduit 1411,0. amuunt YOUR TAX DOL- Chunh ant have been a rei.1 "'1 Cmnly' .

bud the dlnllmtlnn of being tie only .nl".1, nppurtunltlei fir the education yiu reel thit I pnraeM the quit 0'',."lit 1. In the coming, far electIon to lie Hoard Your vole nnd will dun nf I i'ethduu Idiot Beach fur 14veira I have bran t resident nf POrno?

freshman member nf lbs Home of Hepreaernatlvet youth, Itlea d eobriuunv I thot.t who aluuldaerve Uomncralle' prlmurlei 'l'bl'4' 11.lu.Uon. Dlulrkl. No. I be aelv. JUw"r graduating from Fcroondioulipach boa HP..eh. uiH Naaiau County forover
I onirveon e Ftlect I.'.olo. I will work hord In keep In Public Office. Yiur vote, and lefl tee! hut the vacancy' tint li being 0 A to lie Dtinucralic tpprecluttidC. High gchml I. claaa of UM r0110J yrari.
committee during. the tInt special re. Informed sod to discharge aupport or my Candidacy will benrialontroAe4o. by H I. McKendree will be hird \ primal May Bin IMM W. (Cliff) BRANDIES I am married to the former NadIne I In ICt U .8 Army In 1954

apportionment! aeailnn In Nnve-nber the reaponalblllllei nf the oiritt of to fill becuuae ot hit lIu. v. I hope 1 am luu.e.. (tao cuunty ui, Naaacu Conk nf I ernuntllna and served two-ind one halt vearioveraeai
1'ira and anln In the npfrl.il Benpporllnnment Superintendent In tnt beat Intereat of ; ROBERTSFor that the votera nf N...." Ciuniy will and.received my schoolIng ut U elected your (le..h. ... I trw In Numb nf *19JD I wan hon

...lon In January 11)61) the cltl/ena of Naaaau County find the quullty In me ni they have In Loft terry, autO llaUked FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE mite faithful fulfillment ot the dutIes o.bly dlachnrged from active duly'

In IBM, I wat amnni 'time 'e-io>ra No ichool, pr enlly accredited. will him I will try In fillnw the .heitoeeuro the U. B Navy.ullr I wish tnautunouinee nf thIn offIce and uiwure vi u. the am empliyed with Bayonler Ienrporated ?
of
limixirtln the successful education luffcr l Ito. of accreditationVtur Supervisor ol Registration that have gone b<'fore me I m.l'rle and hnve four boyt Naeaau Caunlv In.it I to' Irt cnndldntulur vrtera people of Namiu County Impartial and have been for 'ver 10
and conaervatlon meaaure. Imlurtltn volt and active luppnrt will bt I believe In working h,ird to ohtilnl I"j ,. my elforla lo um a l. und cnurteoua hnnlt ,.er.
I member uf ,
the llonrd of Trumetnof
ti e recreatl prof ram lor the entire great y appreciated I. h..ly. announce osariwlidyirfuur goal and If eleiled I will work had all at achonli,' < In NJHIJU County .rvl. a n mnerled. n tended'ynweer.
SI '<1. of Flurlda DEAN B. BLANKFNSHIP ofc, of buncr/lnor nf Itrglatratlon for tnt betterment of the County und wld ci '|mruie wllli lumphr. Menl.rldl Hoipltal, Ula I GLENN E. KITCHENSFOR and bl-lne man engaged InT. H

The other committee that 1 have .. County aubject to Your vole and lupporl will i be upprec ,' Boupd' fir tht "..nlr l i K' >" Photo Rhuo F era.an. dma Beiih:
been actively aervlng on ore: Vice the May Sth Democratic \11.IY.I c und knowledge of OUR I reillre the hnpnrlal. nf this orflee I I o a metnlier cf the Fern indlna
Chairman or tie Committee on Dral Superintendent Public Instruction I was b'irn and reared ,i* romnill and tile lUKhtcr of the I 1,1" .hlldn. only .1..lh. yi u. I Irena of Merchant Anon f.irmer nieni>
tin and Wtfr Conaervallon: County em Vote antI support It coveted alt temenl' li tn Inform mv bee
,
CinMKiitlnnilAtremlminli John T. W..lo" I. a candidate to II. U.nlrl, Junt'q. I tie wife' uf N unly, lo pert'inn mv mn'iin's: Heacii Javceei, and
Iron nn e-tl-Mn: A an I'1..ly.fESHY' I frlanli" the peiple of 1. 2. toe nf I eec
Public uoeeed hhn. ai Counlv if Roy I nvlhernftvtndiuihleri FOR {OtNTY am lIen l In the Interest unl welfire ol m.lrl"t the Floildj Prjfcnalun
: Public JTPilth. nf In.'rU'Unn. 8u"rln.lend.nl Wlnnitc R'.I COMMISSION: CI.YDE NICKS ill lItorouolpi.I ,unit :1. nr nv CjndiJjry I, office "'I.I..dUh
Amuiemcnti' and Salt Water Conker. ( I. nnrt a ton: Foot Mntron nfCalluhun nr I .. al Awn
vnllnn. elected to the office In 1MB) Chapter Order. cf Easterntlve I. Jumei T. Nilli have qu',illflerl feel tliut my experience In meetIng C"n".I.I.and tan"'ly .1.1' >jurl l'h.lo.\h.rr' ,I btgttutly
A former leieher coach and rrlnclpal for the ofllco of c and serving the puliho und of, l vote .uP\.r U' l. .up"rlI I
Idid not mini a single Committee Clad a hu'ionoe ; unIt am n. nunly Cor'"I."lul'e' : nl" appreilalcd
; feel terved
toddling. ; during the entire ."...Inn.I 1 In the public) achnola. WeLnerhue civic and W..It"ol. nfljlrt I amnn from Dlitrlrt 3. For Board ol Public Instruction anl I lu'irne. .x"ulonl qlu.mhbfiosill I ICon.tihle I for four' yean, worked vur with;' Thnnk vou.

am now nerVing .. V.... Chairmanon uaed this practical experiencetn I m..nbel', uf tbe call ihiin I am 40 yean I age, t resident ofNaaaau lo this oil Ice, THOMAS II. KING
8clv. I With In unnmmet that I am a the Pdlit Department f" I 14 vein
Ul wark, not only with fucultlet CoUnly fir U Venn, I Iuovsbeen I served the aa a clerk
Select Hou Committee onWiler pl..l. .11
the eandldme fir rrelrcllnn to the office mind mv experience I aa P r Ci.ul, nf
,
hut. With at-rle nbnnl offlcl"ila, fruunoil cmpliyed' by Container OirpnriII In the Calluh Office fir fmryear
nnnnrcea rnd am nerving nopin excellent If elected I pro-nine to "perform theriutlea 'if Board of Pubhe Maaaau office, Fernimllni) Heath m,ikrt me well
nf whom ha has lund co Kernundlni fur the pant 1ln. : my exppru-nie. tnr'mleoiliuss
In'erlm Commltlre of the' Ixnlilatlve of thin office In nn .r.lonl. 23 nnd t ," i'h and toO nunly. lilulnbd't II. to thiDemocratic ye.arninsecrr tuary and l>,xkkeeiier qualified fir th. ifllie I meek I have For Ocean 1111 C Port Auth.
Council on riaherlei and Njtural "rolln. ourteiua and pleiaint y.'f o.n. primary nn May t. 1M4II for ot. .0mpl.I..., .n cnieo"I"oe'tcna, In
told that tknuM he bt reeleeted n"lc pa' >er the I in I have an
Jl I' u.i..n dedlcitMl to the cau e hi would cintlnue to ennui pledge fyi men. In all and a deep 001.o.rn I am O'm I.J"In the farmer; lettle hue been, my privilege ,,aervt I. lice In Cullalian; my bllln., .. t ..
of Rood government for fine ivory effort to give NaMnu Countyatudenli for ycur convenience. Let Hliglnb, nf Hllllurd Floridatin a m.n.b uf the Hoard of Public lear,, are l's'OpeuarsOn.n Insurancedeblli and .Port Authority On"in i. aur,lectlo

people of Naaaou.: o louil la with public ichnol teuchlng fa. I feel that my prevIous experience daughter Andrew J. Illamnhntham the, pant eight 1:: two yeori t boniness p.rln. I have h..n a 1..lnnll realdenl III. the Democratic on May
much *humlllv that I UNln aU clllttei equal to any In the itate. In d lnlh public Inlertrla. In the a farmer iherlff of Naiiau During Hill"t I have tried lo : with ny, flu-bund in our .. ;:;" Bearh' : : owl olec a. primary

vole and POT 'tn'wwl at nportrtAt'DE your from both tn Inatructlve and pbyal.il .ae. HIII.: cenaua froannnnIn County We have 3 U l .iug" wnlth w.. ,a. connlderlng". ef/lcient tit, high manur honor, HUB operation and preaenllv, we own r cnnllnue ntraetlng' to he:. .n .hero for duty and, I have been employed by Runnier .
Florida i.e'iiulotur. proof and J Ranch and
? ai t hive and art attending public8i4ioola f Ue pavt24vnurn In tut
E. WNOATE: .I.npeln. Ine ''r
He tnl.1 the ichnnli of render: und ileimnnfihlp qualify me nf NQHIOU Cuuty I .Integrity of thIn office. Poultry I rFr'.1:,' p rend mtiy, tie, auror the off;re of Constable ut all llnienI pine malntenaee department! am

fully Stile ac. for .1.111 icrvite In tbl. olfke, If I am an ai'tlve nemvlnr, of the lied If nelerled In Uila oHIct. I ahallcnnllnut uf Htbela Suklle I mpn.t mett'her or Amemh'anlegIon I i murrled wllh two dauuntvri utrJ, two
FOR SHERIFF r'dWdc and hot tht three. InrRentlehooli pro Bnptl.1 Church and of the Voice tu aervt all Ito CIIIren.olIfausnuta Club M and a member or lIth'l.mriila gr..uila'hhldrrn. .

the County were accredited Your vott nnd active aupport PTA' I County. liking rare ot YIU. I lav. two >.e>ra attendinee tl I Pene Olfe"r Aa.iclallm, I ,"ved to Fern ,mditu Beach In

t. John Guy Barrow, do hereby Heclnn bv the Southern Awoclatlnn if hOdl t ,,'lLUISE My lntere' In the welfare led the bu.111 In I hU.I''.. Ilk* and frlenvl N tern Stall Cnlk-g at Nate,. effi'irnt I promt cuervh'e. the.pd .n..t nl Die.and Iklt. ,will mv B..riuiu" nd nave. rl

mvtPlf end my aervlcet to tie College and Secondary School.' JONES WISGA plo(rent 100 nf our county. with the I ly munn.. |uc|"*. loulnlan.It .. 0 "opl. tilled here ilncei that. tune
at Die rtl-pot.l' of tM food dirlatlnn Asked what hun plutform wai. herepUtd HoKlre to aerve fellow clllrena. I.ro Itpledgt I .. alnctrelv' onprtclatt your ., I nerve each of you Irl.t I. 2. sod 3 nl N Counly II 1 have served .. miy'r of Fernin.dm. .

people of Noiaau fhtr- th.rgfnnw.pnnouoce : : Naiuu Count V. hays' end to you 1)Ol I .andldate for vott and active ."ppo. t the .ld.of .I ability I 1..I.e.d to tIme omr. Your Vole mod l.ejoh mad .0, preMnlly a CUvl

to you a camU: girls deserve en .education tquol to FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONERI nrflcepromt I N. VANZANT ,In. my behalf wIll b gr.allysapcevlad.ml 'ommUaloner. I am a member of
due In el that received bv any other iludent II 'e. elected tn thla office. I IUME8' f'r..ly. Ue Duncan I.. Clinch' Hlnturlcal' So-
mary.I fur h'jh"o:: ,, :m..t 'h'lr of In thla Slate or Nation I am wnrkIng boys nullified aa a c&nlitiie! for that I will he\hln..I. alncire. hub andcooneritlve B ENDA CRAVEY J VI. Jim) PETERS rimy rt AmeHa ,.,1 (Ito Fernjn.Mat .

Nimiu county, 1 11"1'1"1 ... and ..'1 eontlnut 10 work for (II lie office ot County CnmmlaxlnncrDKtrlcl and will my dtilleanf Beach tunaS t. this fernanrflna .
I am I'Ia"v.llIbn.. and able to take Ikelr Mter. I Nq 1 (Uinmdma, Deich) 111tlit this very In portanl lull.. In a pro. I FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE beach' It 4)4 Pjrruti AtaorluUnn '

mv pi"ice and to take my reiponelblllty T. WEISNER imliig Democralle primary grcatlve, but nnmleal, mHnne. I WInO to anuuiirt, thut I am a can FOR HOSPITAL TRVfiTFE FOR CONSTABLE ClH.ul. '.f C'cmi m erresa it

In our County 1 have burning, .0R I hove been a resident of Nnranu I cornet try aulli, 'it ynur ltd dilute for reekctiuii ta the otMember I wIsh am, .U In the LIlili1magae
to
ann-inct f-M I am t ..an.diM' I wlrh In announct cinvJIdjcy
ni-.lre) to put dignity Into the Sheriff for over II I auc al. my LeafueI .
Cont year. am a upp"rt a for the office nf the Hoard nf olHumphrey. and Senior
o.n.I'I. for
member nf the Board of ftc ('ooothls fur Dl-lrlcta 111, Nal
ofrihrrtff,... For .1 Registration builneahinan In rcrnindmalieuoii or County from Dl.tiia't Memnrlul Na am t lifellnt nonwary memheruf
COlml1l"n.r TTiltlee nf :
Alru. F'I1erlfl' I. lint a 'cnrhetesi s .pr al. un employee cf It lyonlcrIncorporited 3.I Ciuniy. Ulnlrkl' No.Ho.la. ,_. Humphrey. Memorial 10' mom C"nlv. In the M ly S primary Uie iMrli dull of Amelia Nlandt .
mum louder. a I.nittolir tdcf. A true To lbs of Naaam Otinty: JAMES T. NAI.I,S I'WU. the Denim ratio 1'1.1. Namuu C.unl. Dlrlrlrt I I am qu.lled tor Ihla, t to be aeiile.eOO' I N.n-
li like a kn glil. 1 In ahlnlngmor sac. I hive qiuilitled' for the cffhe ofuiiucnvunor I urn iub,citric ii In the Rind admin G. 1104 pilniary on May tu tile .mo'dll primary on n'fl.' having been emuiienient ails p. snOw working for
*. vf anlileet) tn I 5. mo,.I nf mv wlull life. MrvUig Nan.pea ,
und
..I.t"lnn. ml fir ill Mry uuiity
tddil
Omity' govern I und mv eva
I.trll".n r I hove I..n you a nf Naaaau or Cilumbla, C ( '..1',11
Die Demitratlo In M prlvl..td t 'V lbfe.lnog the people .untv coo .
II U thnt honor 1Ie thnt eUfnltv iyy Ui" wllh n"thing' ti huh mid __ ( to We duostooinoutalatc.I
.
:.n"u; / : FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONI toe Ih r-t r rotmv. o to U'e former net. re. IKJ9 lu I .M" wIth 'he 1 P ". li 01 vote and
Hint I. John Guy Darrew am deb-ran" I tam.VJ'1 I vote and will '1'"j,limit, rnu.i Ue pp nlo, I unit bellt-ve that dtuing, Pta lime ththpuplUI Terrell ef Yulee; hove two children anal from ti with the hinoMly e-illcll v ur
lord to put nip till high cuitiro. mippnrt In the f .lh."I" prlmnrv can I", k with nllrr Ccuctutluu', i j wlali to In.un. tn the v. IP" nfM has null nalJerjblt unit lall 1.5 1"1 nun rl I my liiirlit. nit my tIn'tuna '
proIt're now ut Rt I. BJ* IM: llu r.injijjiiu Departnent
1ht'rrf.'ro. I humbly' solicit void And if elected lo thla Import.ml ntfke .I"n... 'u efficient I c',uity gjvetnYour .,",m C""n'vt.1, I am a mdlihtt, lined.I r..IU III. \
; 4ndaI I I pretnlie In serve you tie rlll'ena if judno. t r mom) er i,f N" hatpl Will vnur help ami with I. luniy elected. I do utmoil .
I I..h I will nerve you well tfaaaau Clvlh hum.r. ..frlen..von vote ant' active .u"p.1 In )''I nuulon, Ulnlrlit:; t, In U,, coining I -. -. _. _- wi. _my .--- ._. am a .War II veterin: _men, .. I have. been employed I by ------

ir you will elect nit It ito fllti af "..ordn the Iowa prliloll behalf hill be .'O"lv l lnn' .rl.I.c., lnirrriillp uilmirieaII i -. VICOMMERCIAL

flee nf flherlff. ovum.n red 1 aaaliredth ( 11 Om'LL; )> 1.'I..t.d. Tpl.'. that I wIll .nn.

il there w III be rlghta for thc ", In. : 1 'III I kei.p retiul.ur office h nn a rive tvey e'll' 1<
only rule' nr the malwllv cmirleavtn riavi a week. wl li'h: will en. hie:i thinehaving I e brut Iluteretl II our r"'"II aumml..I"n.r.
nil. liberty and Juatlrt for all And bu.lnett wllll tl la office tu at FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONPRlnh t ui I have nln. dons

econimv. In government) I.nr to aame In a convenient und .usoturvalerbdbienorl'beu, 'ted "",,'Idl.
If you aelect, me to be poor Sheriffyou rmirttout loittnt'r I In nnnnume to litnottcronl. I I fe<'l I knnw tie needa) nf our tnun.

ran rest t araured 'ibid the pr..II,. JtOY I.. ARFtN N..u. Cotnty, Ih1, I "m '0 n"inili.t.ute I IV tlirnnh a cine, ..c'Iitb.n wllll IIIpnililema
r the urrii County I t .
ir *
pr Miaanu County will go up up and u 01"111' having: hern f buKtneia at
for Dmlrlit I. tu the Miy B
im. Your auupnrt I. Invltid It will ; .uIJ..I \nlto tlnce the age 'f I M twnh mylinnurl

lung to reunion, bermi Your Inlnrmo.linn For Supervisor ot lURlslrnllnn prlmnrvHiving. I, I I. und al s.r.u'robnpfon vnurHlinil
nnd your queatlnna. and your once held' an elcrtlve nrflce i (Kuril fr.in IHU nl, J.mnrvNi.i.m
I. Dorothy Jofrravi I.h to In Db.tr id I In Ni ,"u C untv fur IIyrars ,
"" "" .ie "" Inlllph.I lliiI iittt nnw orrvid a o. Ouettimer' hI
"
"JOHN GUY rBARROW Announce, my ..nII..y office iliirlnK, whIch lime, I wit< in Cnunlv, I 1..U"n Coinmlakl I

Uf tithuer lear f.I.lrtln. aubtett o'lomn c.nlul wltll the liuard of "n. ammo 11..8

I t tie \ in "ly Connuiunitetrrs. I reel' that I The ciunty' la lirre and tie. time la

FOR SlIFRIFF iliy. qualified lu linld IhU very crln'j mli..rI but I will try tn Mt .ill of you

1 wai born ottO roared In Fernnn I p.II..n., You vile und auppoit will be
I hcrchv I If I to this
nnnounre aa-a cnmlldattr dma Beach 'tim. of the .lit> 1".1. alo1 prerbuiel.JVMPS. ol"j
the office of Sheriff of II... ddllnhe that I will ",
uuunty Mm. lielle .. .hl" ut 20 Hive .11' my : S. (Jimmy) STEVENS:
(" In the coming Democratic ..tt'IIOln,1 KHI' ut ill tinea, cnmluit, I
prl'l South lilt Slr.lIh my hu"olld.nd .
to nry.In thla iirrice In proorcualvt
i nfrprlng imielf ai a \ ::": h"r '. la emplnxed with. I ..f. n til rqubt.itie I, in in, '
"no/lo.I.
the of Inn I eirh ns (Ii.rector ., FOR COl NTY (OMMISSIONIR: :
fun' him ImiM; rt.im office. 1 nf Vehicle Ibluinteo.tuuce., lund. Riving lout "p iKllile" icrvlieto
tOn full IInd..I"n..ln. Hint conllld..1 the 1 pt u"| ki if tIm la o'c'uttiy.'' I. J,'hn I I'. IFriMll A'mlr"nR., Sr of
Uf a "trice w 11' require) mv 1 I om a ivs'ntler". 01 II, Prl..1 I inn a huubb, ;vrcitipr,1 if; N..III ('.IIlhln. did tIImiilv, in 4. HIM

coil it .1..I.d o. your B".rlll rplncenil, Church, Ciuniy nnd' hnve I MM I In thus wet t"r the Inith, iltue if /mainly t",iinn"INHi .
Ih.1, I n ill give mv nprn'icnn ", I feel III) .tiny pit II \cir of ex my life: 1 lia\o ulw, ;iyi :I bcin a Ueuiocrnt : "nor fnnii DtitiM N t n nnd' 1 nprehinting .

To "In'e hue huh. 1 hut .he f.ui,Ir IInll pen mica, Pentiiy ti lIlt. Mine 1Srraia ill of N.HIIII Cmnly)' PRINTING
I I
"nIN'rlllll, "lth cvery'vn cut matter.r Funnvlnnr "f W'Hl ilMtlnn: I am mnrrlrd. the f liner nf threeililltlrin I w"ii .rn In Itlll.arul. t 11.. PrIm S"

unit tO hue .lIelllllln of the "h.'. wiiiy quimira mo tn hold hum. ol u n,n". \'"'"nil 0 t ''n l1t3.l I nuirrkd ti HIP firimr' 'I ,

Iff. ifrlcnlwnya... flee. I I I poll 'it I rocviutuna.. ttt,I .1111..11 Dill nivln, and we I hive ton t'bmit' .

T. keep In mind thaI I ama j If elected, I ..I endenvnr to milnliln 'i my lou iir fir thH a'ffiu'e.C. .r'l dora. r'''ur bnys an, I tim StIr ,
nf
Ilrl
tervint of lit pe 'pie and II auch lbs nl..1 the hull level inM I'. Kuilyl I RUl loll.\ : ur (' I'1 I C II I t .
wilt cm.hut 'the cuiirs. 0'tuntonor.t'oc'ed h I .. I _. I'r Sihtxl Mv mhilent. ii wo, '11 nurrkil'In : :: 0 ..j ift'i&. : ". ,
Ii y ,ie Pie will "nnreel-ted -- t
uclnensnuu fl's h
tale I Rnvlng I tli. f,ru". er Llii'ln Ann Tk nniia, /
t. vpitp.a thi,110 colt r>f d,iliar* n }'e ,ir. unnnrtiY nlt'RFI.IUI FOR (otMY (COMMISSION I on "' '.'1'/0..1./ ny, hiilne,
I will cooperjlt' fully with Die other Lelnit .1",1 In lie inter nr Culla I
.
; I hurry Ponle ch ilrm C of tin I.
liw enriripinent, .....,.1.| .' reilvr .1 I, ., ,
For Suprrvlior tl RmMratlnn NIIIKIU Cmnly' Con'"I"n., wish to han on I U. 8 tn. I oil No. OIl
Civic nod munWnnlltlci. I will toolti
I am a men nl li.e (-illnhonf I
f r re elec
mv .
flcrnteepce I trapi 'In IhU ciuntv ,. LelucuV Bern.. a nntino .olt ofP'arnnndino .nn.un. c.n"ld.'C.. from lInt Biptlrt Churph Vlie Prenluittotof '
Cmnty '
nor pilxw any to operate uiMltr my tiouch ..I.h t.uanovurtre*. DlKtrlct 1 I'.hl.' tht C.lahl Cliuinbur ot Com Is A With Us
]urlidlc'lnn my candlducv for the office of .upervtidr 1..rnnln. Specialty
I office. I havt inerpo
: In my
A aenm nf fntrnttt III doling with nf RcftitrMlnn, Na.anu Countv My pledgt to OuI ht hone.
cur t.url.ti and. bench vlrltori\ weart In the ctintng, Dcmvcratlo Primary given t 4 lean of gi.it effort I
sincere. coil luat tn nn
o one
I II Into our local 5itverun heidI the lolrrJ .1"1
MipS.
to contlnut fair
recelrtdf our aid ." with .
born In fli In of tervlct which la .n..aUv. .v.ynn.
th're nf thla trade. wan n.unllrk. hnn".hl soloed
by numerntiapeople
However. all\ floernnl t.lfltO InwVI"I.I. 1 IWiT, Mv moved to lerninUlna .Ird. "
pa..n. ,
lbs to
,
Nun I received the JayceeISood euunly
.
... when only month "n.lt.
both out nf Mute end IK-HI nv ; Aw,ird. I wan alto thIn high office. I h uveuttrn ted.
old In IMia Inv..rnr..nl ov.
hi9 Iw opprrhrnded and brought to san ti polio\: the pnivt vrnra. tnanv tnettlirifa of
Hie I broke; out. here Itt fern atilinu Of tIle .1..1 by mv 1.1"C.'unt' cnmnil. I .
cnmwlenlunrrn' I hn" Hurtled lhebrbo'tttei
In Iho 01Ihe
All .. lit teanmhiitirenmstriu'hu'n itltlt hub. .Iontl ,11. Ch.ll.n"n
"pt .nnn.11'11 1 \ he carefully i itnuih Cnmml..I.n., fir, the n iu ve ra _
,ppilPd| "nil properly trained In I.wY.'ur rtrrndtil dlneave only ni\helf undone Hiving nnlv nne vote In fixe the
'..,,, other turvtvtd! I nm a college Rnduite. "nrklnl on Chcct. supply of Letterheads Envelopes Business
p mv way thnugh. fuller nf n Do.ird uf C .iliilv C'lnHII"'Aln., wllll I your ,
V"," toil ache 0111'1'111'1I IIIb. I atteiuted SI J ircpn., a Af.i Inmv andFerinndina I .
s''n..lv IIp'.I..f. Huh' Sch n.I I firtlnir.t of ilx. p.nl |1".111'1 nr I" C h..m. keep me f r im pr HIIKMIKnu nnv !
bur if t'iinn .1 nf timreroumnilbutid thing in ire thin, in di nrry tie very
II. S. (Iltrb) McKFNDRER my esuivied 8lu.lInn no In Davt'nn tie 11..11 I I : '::h Litton: I lull, I'reil I beM jib puisllile under I lluuie itrcumbluncia Cards Office Forms other kind of

bunsen: i :wit jl'I t'h\ ; In 11.t'I\ I dent of lIne M'r'h.II". Asamiilun' ,, or any printing you

.torhtlnd. bt In the i'bu'lllvguttaiuu05 aid' active. In all iwie nffilrn I h.,\. I II I will cenperite Filly wIth thtHher
FOR ShERIFF .my 'Jhe boon a reMilent if N.isb.iu tnuulv 4 c'011.1., ''icm A that weln.iv

'Irtn' li to annnunce mv cnnlldncv I em a prrrtyowner and I reside I I I"r the pint, *."> \rura I e,ich lull, 'II i'in' nliilg ili'ma r.qidreand if the is low just give call
us a
to Hipeced mveelf a. "kerlff cf NaMnuCouiitv at ill South, Sih M.. am. mirneil, uml I nm ivnlluhe ut uM line atHardee soc riHIrlcta uml the county, ai a may quartity

subject to rulci uf the MayI have. a a I 1>, veira oil I frw. Comp, .v. a hirlunre, whnleItelng
tiernnceitie; m feel that .un.,11' oiullfie-l' ti eictbe atore, In I t'rrn.tuliun.i: [. ,. ull.n Imilage *licited cenlnllv In the mil,
'l'I".nl'.In' I uml i I will die ir Diilrict Nn 5 will enable neta
.
believe thai Year.experience nr N i re.lly '
tOtite i a 11 uuifly' curt" "I '
In II li effli. .i qu.iltfio* nil mirly arid efflrlentiy' ulile In unv me vvtv ..I'l ", t ilk 'II'j I I aerve thcii-e lint n.,dil. Imine, ,

ti Serve you In m"..... of liw en. If elected vnur htipervlmr if Riglatrjllin I me phniil, l uuntv hint'i''., ill.ile'y. .

rci-mcnt and nn aiv record ai jr.'uralcrirr I'U devulu tty full line With Ilipue quilifk, .IIOIM. It la I ficyusvt'han,. I Hurt eel In vimt .1 have for before phone call will start
fur Ihe put MY term'*. I reapnlfully I lo Ibis Job I I tfejIrA tn .rc you iiKaln, nod I I''I tick of >"u peranna'lv.'' It ,la n.1 In. I we prne" you a

request )'iur vole end aup I earnestly nod t'ncc-rlv Mini, humbly utIi I: .r >ou" tn v'li. I Ic I,rrv ciu, e I hose nit, HU.:.1 I hut) ltcc.'dI'e nf
poll I In Cnutucriilc 1..1.. l on M..v 8 for C' ni'nv ('' ,HIM I I I the ahirl tune allowed 1 l'lru'n aupport :
the
\our Runpirt '
I ; rinimii 1 Id.lrut I. Knun. in.. 1:lavliIhuk lie' wllli vour, VuIvm| "n.1 I li.l ne, ,
,
elicllin.
Aa In 'Ihe' pant I ahn'l' ire to enrrv '.11'In"l our as we keep a complete file at our
lou. MI on the bnn.,1 I nf C"unly i presses turning
In aihaiue for
nn the dut e> il this office In a nirnl Tin nklng volt sour '
fled. efficient, und .nn'I'Ipn' mnnnerwllk I Vila uii>1 supto'tl \ltY l'OOIE I
jtIIN F. (Fred) ARMSTRONG. SR.
: I
filrne.a lo all unit InvnnIn
upeel it --- --
I
I.EROlmnl
nine. I shall enncivor: nl nil* tineaIn run :; --- fingertips of oil printing produced in our plant
employ Ihe mod comni'lent niputie. rOtTmmlsIC'Fn !
II II poailble to lecu'a For Supirvlsir ol RpRlxtrullunI With. I .k. FOR (01 \(OMMISSION
: : I IKelflie ..1 cc unity' Cldildilhrdlildm.r) .
lOIn I flV000VtO' ) tr'euoorercoil II I 111" I wInk In nnniume tn the Vuiteri nlI
Trend uclituu'k.
Knhr\n an
the Florid N"lInn,1 huh la mvrlcMi DulrUt three if lv'mon.u C:in il> :I N.ineumo" "11, 9 Ih.,1, I u ltioerhiud f the I
In udti'C I iiiIaapervtotr (
| 'ltirv. lit compllime, wllli HorldaElectlun i flu ttflt'etiiy citniututi'V : the I I urn u nilive of hum,. c.un',y. h.u ,'fIle (,',"nlv r"III..,iou"rr lrn, I
Lou.. uf ktn'giuirctoOufNanutoCtuo5,0 I log ,.dnveuir.,, hIl Innlre,, I I Ilho trot, Ulhl I ,' I

II. J. '"OlNGBI.OOD! lived I In Cmmtv for inn a nrnduile, ,nf YII, ," Hull sum,I I I wia bun "ifI, reired, I In Niaaaurmntv Our printers take pride in their work and you are assured

!the pool 10eir NO"1 o elm, ited in I an ,i..,," II Ih. tim .r i 11'."",. nnd I hive been enH"K,'U Intl I a
Icwl. Ihe
o we nit pnul"
Ihe UinlH hUHinena, I
pirtnti ludliaarc" niiilvilnil
ua'huuila, nf tlun. and attended aiil; -
,
'1 two ,

I hereby FOR announce TAX ASSESSOR!my. eindldacvfor I Bualnest um mnrrlcd, College tu K..lnl' Hadilixk sera ond the I am meal' 'hlor..n.picking. .Im,torn HUM, '.1.d In usNansaju I' I feel Rtliml my Ihil Ira IIII
clue office nf Na.. m CMIIIIV Tix live al 41 I" South nth Street. fern In."n Mil I
HKer Meat ".
tie
.
j' 'rk.I. ond handle. lilt pntblnna,, ol our n'tiu'', "
Anne.. auhlect to the D.n.oo.lIop.h"Hrv dlna Iteaeh I am a "Ihe.f tim pnit nine \e 'ra. I
ant I will, appreciate your vale und
cf May Bth thu. Church
Mm BipUil' My iuucliiathon I, :
aerve C you aa eoun .
I have been' self tmplnvctf In Kllllirdilnne Before deckling offer mynrlf in I' "
| ty Ctnnnui.oii.osr w. aeMled wiiainI ,
hilt, I an an active men.ber nfI ,hie the nffueI I). P. n .
1 c mill fir Penl 'lruur'a n, ,., mg" 1 1I II V '" PIll 'I
I'Irat flu; tivt l'huirc'h. a Truttce and I Hulied the dul,.laud,I procedure. it I hive. ,tr
Sunday School, teacher this office I If. tint' I an well null' van.ma 1' cults that foul| 00 i '
1.10 ( till NTY UIMMISSIDNFR
I ;'m presently ...rv'''q mv Sib year iriol In II.hdr.'lhe
ai Mayor of Town of Milliard latlifactli ot N.",uu Cnunl, I) tmutuuo'iui., I h. ql"hl..1 f.r I ,'. nl.Cnunt 261-3686' :
I am the preaent aecretiry of Nna I will alncerelv nppretlite. ynur vote trl (',"unl..II',, '''. FIlth 1>1'1.It.1 ,

gnu County Community Chert United / nf cnnri.tc.'re In the M n. Vh nHm'try I feet. Hi il w')llh my hu"I ie.i e\i 1 rlence .. uu l'nu",. I tide ouudug, lIeu"'' or 0
Fund for Pod year. I am a member nf KATHRYM (TtrwO IIAUDOCK I kn.w nf >nu: lie firmerI nrautic4r. tttdV. ,

Sills' riO Ro try Club nerving at pre.l I Pie h". "...,..ni. the h,U. \ yen. in.Itbe I I um u pripertv owner and knnw 1 1T
dent In still und 10OIHcetived .' .. .. la 261-3687
repie enlatl .a ul Hi virl"tn miluiirlet whul It In pay' laxen BEACH
FERHANDIHA NEWS-IEADER
Mun of Action" award In For luprrvhtr tl frllstraU. in nur enmniiinitlnV.Mh If elriled la kin in tat Important

'" I ShIn I .merely and lofrhe I ple d li>e I la ALL Ike e turn, nl 1\
I :
1'72jI.dla" t nf Irwln CmiirlvI'eorgln klo\l.o" :
nillvt .
office where am
efficient a .
levev
ieetrully bolleVm.hecdditnupplurt purl if Naa.iii C.uuiv Hint I I II \
welonme with ....11t.a..oct but ha,'e been n rr.ldenl ifFlorida 1..1 ; i
alwayi
,
you art Inr cn""I.I"n.r. IJi.trhttlrre .' I will UM nil nf my rfruria li wnrk a.ymr .1
personnel Aueeatng all taxeaonr for JT ver.. ISenr. nitwhich ,..
In fir
lids inming C".lv Cllml.I. f"Political
.. fair and Jual baali prmldlnneofiianf hove b.n .pent In Nu..uCnunty. p. D'O""I. lHKl liilere' ll of ALL nf N.. L

fun : m.
Naawav Cnunty. 1t tta I rertrtt it JOS S-nirh Jflrh an eel tnFernandlna c* e. Ynu vi I .Ivl'live W Coly.Y"r vila and la H
burden aaanJonV Beach bib mv hu.bindHenry aol .lppr
o .UPI"
with no unneceiaary deeply I an" StIll anpr. ,
Jwrotrttad.and to alwayi protest your wIth tbt L. Kitchen.rMDaadlnt who Biiito I. a i Poun.ipl,nil 111 .h. F. ( "pr.'I.o b 0. W. BELL -



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PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKEND \ PORK
I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FRESH.


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{J w E BIDE BLUE BIUE BLUE BWE BIDE
LEGS or RIBBON RIBBON RIBBON RIBBON RIBBON RIBBON '
BREASTS 49

(WITH RIBS) LJJ'' C .. "' '.

FRESHLY GROUND MAYFAIR 0 .ri
GRAD'A'COTTAGE
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BEEF 5 <1 1" CHEESE 2ft .a14. .' RIB OR BONELESS OR OR TENDER
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RIBS LEAN MEATY'SPARE sin" 49 FRANKS FARMER CRAY SKINLESS,37/ ,\t, \ :/, STEAK j STEAK j STEAK j STEAK j STEAK' | ROAST


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STEAKS L.69 SHRIMP ,79t MAYFAlRorFCODFAIFt PURE CREAMERY t : : 1I i LBI.

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Fade Ten News- -Leadel', Fernandam- '-Bench-_, Floiida -., .Thursday, April 30, 1964 ry to possess a valid fishing license catfish The use of (nil lines. bush further I nil Ice.
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I t except children under the age of hooks, and let hooks will be pro. : FIHIU'l'ml'n"< III be alto", ,
12th Annual Folk ulcers and residents over the age hlbltcd Water skiing will be ul. start>> ( Ushlnii at Son: AM, 1111r
of 65 Fishermen will be allowed' r lowed' only on Magnolia Luke 2 Tine opening ceivmony IIII
I'I a dally big limit of 10 channel I Perch Pond will be closed until plate ul 1000AM. .
VOTE Festival May 1 13 )

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At Foster Memorial

g for the Kathryn (Teene)
Ie WHITE SPRINGS, FLA. April
= .: Scores of Florida cities, fount ,I
BEST SERVICE and communities will be represent
ed al the I2ih annual Florida Folk 1 +
t Festival held here Friday Saturday ( 1I I HADDOCK'
and Sunday, May 123, on a
shady, outdoor stage at the Stephen r 1
and the I Iw
Foster Memorial on the Suw.
1 snare River
"In addition there will be out. a +* Candidate ForSUPERVISOR ,

I BIGGEST I standing performers from Georgia, .
North Carolina Pcnnsylvinla Missouri -
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: and Montana." according to a '
Ultima A, Biillln program dirt'r.I OF
; Air Conditioning Values In Town I shrine Inc at the Slate of Florida music aF ,

st I A moving scene from the motion
Many national and racial picture "Dirk Purpose 1' ,
ss I I and Individuals will be heard groupsI and ," starring Shirley Jones and George Sander. This REGISTRATIONsincerely
-- I seen on the woodsy stage, Miss mode may he seen at the Il.m lhe.itre friday and haturd I QV
I Bultln laid. with seven programs ty, May 1 and 2.
II _
I scheduled ---- -
In all.
Among those onlIne ------

Carrier i I monk various Indians' and,program fiddle whip experts crackert are Seminole spirit har.-I Fish ManagementArea and mjtely agement! Iwo 13 and Area milts one Is half south located miles of approxl.Starke north I appreciate tie:, kind reception given mE


','ual ere, and a pliver water folk, rope singers wilcher Jumpers,, straw a musicalsaw beat-folk At Bhmding,* I of 21( Kiyslune three The'area miles Heights>Is> south approximately off of Slate Jackson.Hand r"r.Iy by all( of the people I have swn during my campaign.

others and square Craftsmen dancers, will and weave many\ Opens On May 2 vlllc

L. B. Reese Plumbing & Heating Co. I quilt make, tat oddments cook of whittle many, sew kinds and I TALLAHASSEE Florida freshwater Fish The Management lakes/ of the Area Camp should Blandlng represent To all that I have failed t to see personally let me
Miss Boltln said fishermen will be able to the I type fishing that Is 1 say
wet a line lit 1 tern acres of virgin often recalled' by fishermen of past : r
"We Service The programs will be held al 10
Everything We Sell" lishing waters on May 2 as the years as recent if the fish
i 1 1:30 and 7:30 sirviys
am : :
pm on Friday that
1101 I South 8th Strict Phone and Saturday, concluding with a Camp Blundlng Fish ManagementArea prpulatlon Indicate a near parted I your vote and support vim be greatly appreciated..
261-4892 for balance ,
Sunday performance, at 3pmMuch rpcns public fishing fir or bass bluiglll and shell i;
the first time In cracker There Is
over twenty no Indicitlen
of the latter will be made
of music, years Located In the Camp Him"dIng I hot additional fisheries management .
up religious Including
spirituals, chants and choral sing. Military Reservation, the/ ana practices are needed ul this Build
Ing I la being opened through!! the' CM>p. lime, however special regulations Better Nassau County
I eratlon of the State ,
Armory Biird as concerning a fish managementarea !
e M Produced' by toe blcphcn Foster (the Clay County Commission and will be In effectAll I
Memorial Commission, assisted by ,
+ the Game
r w and Fresh Water Hih
the Florida Federation of Music Commission "fishermen will "be requu'
) Clubs and the Stephen Foster I With
According to .1
Folklore Guild the gala Spring. Brantly Godson
regional manager, the Camp Bland-
'" HERE'S HOW time of Floridians event draws and South many Georgians thousands Ing area contains four lakes comprising r 1>o YoU.KNOW ? I
.. II II FLORIDA'SSENIOR i 1650 acres of water and I Ir

m SENATORSPESSARD ists plus. an appear Between Increasing on 1.500 the number and stage 2,000 as of tour.par.persons 1'[I r ten line and Lake one Lowery half miles hat an of Improv.shire. THE INDUSTRY)FLORIDA IS TOURIST WORTH I KATHRYN (Teene) HADDOCKCANDIDATE ]

tlclpantt I ed boat ramp while two of the I $ I Itf.nS,000,000 AND 13
L. smaller lakes, Blue and Perch ,, flPPROX\ TIMES,, r
"The audiences will see many I
Ponds will be kept In a primitive/ I I II IflROER -
old dances and hear nostilglc (
HOLLANDSTANDS many THAN THE t FOR
condition SUPERVISOR OF
with REGISTRATION
unimproved tI'-
," I access
A tongs Miss Boltln said CITRUS \. I
In order to provide the fishermen \ .l
of melodies {(
There are scores NDUSTRfl I )
ON MEDICAL ASSISTANCESenator lively, tad earthy, religious but with a more wilderness type area, t\
: Holland strongly supports medical assist.e they are all simple and they all The Camp Blanding Fish Man Poll Political I Advertise
once to Florida's older cltlient. Two proposals have have stood the test of time We -- -- .... -
; been offered Medicare and the Kerr-Mills approach. like to think that the programs are
Medicare offers only limited hotpitaliiatiort made up of music that Stephen
and Is financed additional Foster, the American Troubadour I
by Social Security laxet "
: administered by the Government. It all old would enjoy
covert CHANGING
The major purpose of the na., TIMES
rich and but does doctor
not
persons poor cover tlonally.known event "Is to keep
: bills On the other hand, Kerr-Mlllt covert both how nourishing! the traditional exprcs I
pital and doctor bills and protect only those who lions which relied life as our forefathers .(
: have the nted. It It financed and administered by lived It In Florida, In (the,
Require
our stattt with large Federal support Our entire United Stales and other countries Progressive Leader51 ifJ
: Florida delegation In Congress voted for the Kerr. from which our people have rome,"
Mills. approach Our slate legislature approved It said the festival director ,
: for d two year period at did 36 of our stales end There Is no charge for attending\
territories We are committed as a state and nation the programs? other than the us.' t ELECT
: to try the Kerr.Mills approach for two year If uil. gate fee for entrance Into the If
e changes are necessary, we can make them to assure 243 acre Stephen Foster Memorial M
adequate medical. assistance to our older' cltlens. '. on whose ground are located the
s. (I'"I,1 I roliileal A.,hertbrrnmtj) Foster carillon Museum and the 97.bellFowler DEAN B. BLANKENSHIPAS


RE-ELECT
SPESSARD L.
e WIN WITH

a. JOHN E. (Jack) YOUR

U. Si S E N A T O R MATHEWS

Uest Qualified For Paid Governor Pil Adv. ,' Superintendent of Public Instruction

Paid Political AdvtrtlMmtnt t AutlnrlMd by Campnlgn I Treasurer
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; Fully Qualified To Serve

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BUILD A BETTER YOU and YOUR ChildrenNOW




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;' M.S. Degree, Auburn University
With \ hl
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,a 15 years teachiagepatience:

4 Years at Yale as Teader-Cosch
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: FREDERICK1EADING r ;. Nassau

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County Recreation Commission!

CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER _

A Vice-President of the Nassau

(District No. 3))

.a I County Community ChestUnitedFund !


: FREDERICKS\ INTEREST IS NOT IN HIMSELF ,

I. Served as President of the County Education Association and in leadership
capacity

I I 1' E.._. f_ FREDERICKS INTEREST IS IN NASSAU COUNTY I Ia the state and county levels on


An active member in the Callahan Methodist Church and serves as a trustee


I FORWARD WITH FREDERICKYour A fully qualified candidate with proven bility for the office of Superintendent.




1 I Vote And Support Is SolicitedPaid Move Forward With New Leadership


I: Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
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the best January and I The mother porpoise generally ( water fish remains at 10 Black 1cu's-Lender, Fernandma Hotrh: Florida Thur ilay, April 30, 19C1!> Page. Eleven
February Delta Air Lima eta' ,nurses her calf for about 18 ( Florida Commission Sets bail. 35 panflsh, 15 pickerel andI _
held In Miami, passenger volume 1 months. according to life.history' I 30 while ban Total possession I II ('oinilv. Luke tram in Madison Lake had been previously establish .
For March surpassed all prevloui Bludlti i made at Marlmlund of I Rules For FreshWater I limit li two day'$ bag A dally I arras: Clrrmont Cham of Lakes, lounly, Guano Fish ManJKeimnl! <'d as a fish management area
records. Lake Loulir I ukiSusjii '
monthly Florida consisting!! of i
bag limit of 70 panflsh will be In
Area In
St Juhns Ouiino order 1
i' County by an emergency
--- elicit In Dale. Munroe, Biounrd' ,, Lake Mlnmhaln tukrlllu. --. -- .._-AREPOSSESSEDI .-
State's. i Fishing and Oilier CounUca. Time conn wallu Luke Mlmicoli. Ijikeil I
I sin and Cherry lake to the tlur
I (Irs do not have a bag limit nn
I piit'lMi III l the present time A ry Lake Dam In Luke tounl\
I Under TAILAH \SSFF Iluildm \olusla tminIv :
Lake Bcrspford In !
minimum
sire of J2: Inches will
HAYDON BURNS rift Br>'nnt, fresh vaster fJhrrmrn11I find I the apply to buss bring .token In Putnam Lake Underhill Luke Lirni
hug disu'ved i 164.65' basic regulation and bad County The sire limit' van Dame and Lake Louni In OnnieCuiinly i
\Neik to ) limits for fresh water fish caocnt enacted Cypress lake In Wukiilli
a.In old In ddirmlnlng!
ON CIVIL I mate i ) lally the same as the current reu. the effott of exp<'rinnnlnl stink. ) 1957 CADILLAC:
-.: RIGHTS nutrition illations. with a few' laical) txccp- i lug of f six huh bass In liar SL
..- lower cost :; lions The new' rules. reuilnllira. 'i I Johus 1 hider: bv the Bans Cnpil I :i RUBBERSTAMPS }

I "D For x IP the Prod'K :i I :Ida"t: .' : Onme mlahllKliedat : aid :,; SpotItiiM Assot'lull inAldilih I NEW RECAPS 1964 TAG :

",1i Minor. nf JmlinnnU l II bilng Fresh Water Fish CtminlMlon It said In order to realize
and in Gmcrnnr of plnji of : Tallahussri \prll 24. and( Mill be. I|I tlu full l'I'I'I'l'ulinnsl value of Irrsliwilir
i the 631 Winn come cflKlne Jilv I I. according fish, tin CommlhbiiH, will Any Size
$365e:
4, Honda, I lime and mil throuKhoiit lie la A. D, ,Mdilih.. Itn'I'I'lor, i|i allow tin takinn ot rOIl .h fish Any Shape
reopen rtrrone' right/ In his The duly big limit for f freshfigures olio\ thin cailiKh, by jnirins of
I
4 to pfarcjul/ ,jHrlrting; nndhiifiil ant. mid: I I,I Rigs and bm\ nnll11'1'011'1 during! Inquire" At
/
ay Hirldii on UK fUilet handled eturhla''' tin, 1d\lljlil h"uis. NewsLeaderPhone FLORIDA NATIONAL I BANK;
deinonitratumi/ ,
/ I produce are the rmirsi uf! nu vpir A 'lulil of ,, Till lollllniKKloil) Illsil set| SIHllllrrKulallins
I But iwlmrt in the', I bitiin to the IWXI40IO poumlH of gluctrks for tin fish mlll1l1l1l" AT FERNANDINA BEACH :
being/, and ) and 12j2"2Wl:; )( ponds of! perishables .' mint areas and rstubllslud tin 21 G.36S6 21i1.36S7
strrtti Hill not If liilrratfd
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Ins more \ were sold in 1M! >3. following nl'fish' management! ,
I am /goroi/s/v/.y o/- I varied meals / .

poser! fo the'' mil nj/iM/, I I fore relative. to .. .

bill now before Con- i Florid: li l '
Mee I gross." I most prudu \ :

THE I In growing man and >l : I II ELECT H. S. Herb" i
WRONGS OF CIVIL RIGHTSCivil ties of VI'IIf.'t {'
citrus! tropical '
Rights Bill, 1963, TITLE II-PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS I "Iti citrus! < I, \ :
I world (I
race Public color,accommodations"lelmlon, or national forbids origin diRcrimlnMlon In hotels bawd motels ortl i l the w01'Id's ( .,
reslauiants. taKOline slatlons thcateis and sports saunas of the wiild\ '. .
Anyone denied access could writ a court order piohllnting are !tin per rent of i I ,
divinmlnaton. or thp Attorney General could dB so If hp felt niiicnlrili. )
', that the purpose or the act would be "ma rlally lwtheted'E I'
,if. by his Intervention\ worlds luti\: I I
i dm'Is. I II
KUDOS BLRNS KA\S: Thin in s rlnr (coo. .Iurlda i Is i
Inn of property rights. an aUa itk on f-rcr Enter I '
priw and the destruction of hiatus Rmhl. prucluitiin if McKendree
I torn, cubliiM. I
TITLE VI-FEDERAl FUNDS era egg&: plant, I
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II.h"., wal''tnll
Gives Federal agencies iihontv t to take affirmative/ ac celery
tmn-lncludms as t last resort A cutoff/ of Federal 'funrtstn tort, I
end liscnminalion In Federally assisted programs such u !
school or hofpitaj' eonttruction or vocational tralnlimBIRNS 'Our
ir milk
HWOOS SAY! : "Thf threat t of fill- the produces!
lit' fit Federal funds In sheer economic blackmailThese .
slates
funds are our ass lan enmlns bock to ass can AS YOURSheriff
hi form of aid programs mrh IA milk to tchonl chit.s cultural Indusl
deco, old am amMnnee. and so forth Ity
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TITLE VII-JOB DISCRIMINATIONMakes America and \ I
Most of the
It unlawful for union or management! to follow prartiocs .
that deprive Individual of erotica have ;
employment
any oppnrtuni'
ties" on the basis of race color. religion. II'x. or national mations. UA" '\ I
origin A new Equal Employment Opportunity Commiwion. I, The Dixie ,,
would seek court Injunctions against discriminatory practices Festival' Is he \
U conciliation efforts fail fact that !

-- flAYDON BIRNS! !SAYS! : "This Is diabolical' I more produce
,. BrnvlHinn actually making he Federal burenoeroisportnr. and dairy., ,
( In ever huiiliiesa In Florida And giving fore "
them virtual content over hiring and firing nf pre.sonnet Citing 'the
'. Business efficiency foes out the window with
In the Southi
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this iilervenllon
,, Davis pr ,

VOTE FORHAYDON I company lei last yenr jiiiid. :


BURNSFOR | taxes occupancy ity) $2(nit 612,400; ; In offering myself as a candidate: for this important office, I f ; 3

GOVERNOR ses. 56.4'11P79.,| > ''

Paid rnlltleil Advertisement '$pense!HR2JBI1I :; $0..183.')l'I( do so with the full understanding that the Sheriff's office will q e t '

I Tie satin .

-- --.-. -- -- -- _UpcrallunJ_ } i ll |( I II'I'I'I require my FULL-TIME, and if el !cted as your Sheriff'I pledge I ,

Now What Could Surprise Her M 'U
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that I will give my services full-time.


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,, A To enforce the laws but be f fair and impartial with everyoneon

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, p matters coming to the otten lion of the Sheriff's office.t I.




k R t .a : To always keep in mind that I am a servant of the people, and as such will conduct the,


ed office on an experienced business man's basis. Saving the taxpayer's thousands of dol-- :

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I will cooperate fully with the other law enforcement agencies: Federal, state and

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; municipalities. I will not operate speed traps in this county nor allow any to operate under II .



my jurisdiction =: i



jA' A sense of fairness in dealing with our tourists and beach visitors if we are to con: /



tinue receiving our fair share of this trade. ..




However all flagrant traffic law violators, both out of state and local will be appre-; ,



I hended and brought to justice .,;




.than a Personal, i All personnel will be carefully selected and properly trained in law enforcement. f..

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Pamper Mom with the year.round time and step- aver-an extension I Your Vote And Active Support Appreciated

Choice of colors and styles, to suit the spot she'd like it -

kitchen, Florida room, patio. To order, call your Telephone Company : ,

ness Office or ask any telephone serviceman. j .


Southern..C-'I.(" .)... i' YOU WON'T REGRET IT J i



Exercise a your citirerr.e k I\ be sure to register and vote this{ 1 1

right as f\ 1 Paid Politic.il Advtrtln ijentCapplnll

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Pagi'Twelve NewlI. Aader. Fcriwmhna Beach, Florida I Thursday, April 30, 1064 tuth pI"l'lInisl'eM.' rrgitirilionlrdrr __ ,i;.. .:.. .. '-:., .. ,, ,,:,:,- ,.!.....;...-
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ai Puval and IllHstx rouh(: '
to vote hi the tint 'primary elce.! j of Repub'lcai' voted wn much 1 1hlgha Rounding IIIIt the, k

Over 2 Million In I IIf'''a !May I, accurdlai to the inert! r. the GOP gaining by 492! In vctcri this year were Diivil! ,I OFFERS YOU
iatnilstm!!! m voter! ng/ 'strat:on I <>er cent MM 19G9(! while (the DcmG.' IB*.'W 1; lllll.hflroBgh, 1(7.030; Palm
State To hunt !Secretary or State Tom I rah InorcaiLd: 'Zj U per tent. i Derek. 111312; Orange 88W7))
Eligible ,'AdtuiaI Eeglelrntloaamong! Negro voters Polk. TOltU/ ; EKumbla, 6iMliud
Tin, rpreciit en Increase or i < Volusla i W.7U3: "
plea showed tinge' iDtrerio,
Vote On May 5TAUAHAIsrn I .r.I,1OO I viitcri over the num'HrelRlbe i logo) a Mai (if 101129 Neflioc JI'III By nvmluon\ ) die top ten fflDA.tlet iINT'RNATION"kLCOMPANY'
: In I In 1NIO I! prlmirle, the I woic reKMtrrtl cimparej/ I<;o. In I lIIoO! had: the! Mlowhj:;/ .
\l\ Nt comparable rcrl| | !: A reroulriurldlun
U2a.e.8. r will be tile.bio I;', r..D'S1'1)! i III III were un the Da I'..de. Oiinly OR"lit led llmIndivid Dado. 3II,('.1: P.if all!.'IB. I If ft,"Hi: '
brooks at I the isle if( tilt M*<'IU|i I '
: ul citmiln In I tie niinilxr tnival: 11742.1: :! : D.mtsd 112,10:1ralm :!
'nl'r..1.l elicllins list N"vimljirt ,. SIL iR SI. ....
g ''fir rigisleird vdrra, wllli 'a total: I Iuf 110111 07247.: Onn::i' all ,
WIN WITH t' Tlw .nV\v. Ulul show 18022,1I 4ft!',Oti:;., mare/ tlilu twice that ill I 9'n.. f Ik (11441: : P'u'ellikhl. b;, -
I !'>I'n1f1I'raft.. eompircd Viiliisla, SCU,
f 't'llhtf't"d! I any outer eruAiv! Mnell retain.ed 404; and '
JOHN E. (Jack) | to :3%,.OH) Rpul>IUani. Allul rr. I 'Im iwcipil, place ranking will '
I 11,Ml aie rrgiiicrcd a) Indcpind.cni 202.192 voter Steel
49 Counties Use !
MATHEWS, I IIme\er, 11.>; ri\IIIl l iprrtacnlar'
1* the four.year period nines I Voter Increaia. mnna the rnunllr
Best Qnlifioil. : Fur GovernorP I HOT. the IVmwril out.reglilrredthe I orpinred In Rrownrd whirl! )'''mpfd Voting Machines -
PAl 1vAulhorlwl I'' Rppulillmnii) 370771, to !1:0.89J.:: I trim 113,023In IOM to 171031
hv Can'pa I,im Trouurer I However, tIpl'1'I'rn la Q Increase In UOt Thui, Broward edged pod
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Voting mnthlnra.
Dear Voter r'.'. aninmotrd/ way of castIng
: ballot have boon used In .w
k P'1orld.Inrl': IW rod will tip med
_.1 I am n candidate for Constable: by 411 l rniiniloi, In the coming! May \ ( nEst
? prlmnrUs. Secretary( of OhIo Tom
1-7-3. I have been resident
DiSQ-icts a Adams rrpoilwl till weikfnrtv ,
ofXJn'snu County for 12 vears. A qrad- -'!:x eniinlln! rely ,wholly}
upon voting.: mnrhlnci In stale and .
ua1c of Fcrncndino'B'cch'Hiph' School. manly '!(fllom. Thrio olior' cnin- --
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I have had j In law ; lien Pakir. Jiflirsnn and Pascn. I t.
iH Joining enforcement use blllh paper( bullets and VI till" "
schools: n onrtmrnt" of Edu. 4 machlnr. 1t.:
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: ruliimbln (County hid rntido pnr. ,
ron schrolinq Tallahassee Fern- o & 4thWEEKS
co : tlal use of piper hnlli I* In the pawl: 1 ;
arSfna, Miami and co'rpsoondence: b"t since{ l the 10! pl'f'ld'nlJl1lrr., \ "d
lion has: converted ont;rely to machine PIECEiGET
from the University of Tennessee. I IwofUed r I bullollns

with the Florida' ,yjghway: Pa- I Counties now titally' uslna vol. s4 .
Ing machine, Adams tall, I II In SPOONS _
troTfor 2 years, Fernandina Beach Police elude; .*' '

.Dcpt. for 2 years, and J 1 year as a Police Auxiliary I lam pres- I Alachua. Bay, Rrcvimt Drotfcfard. ,.. Sort your celttcrlon with s r.. '
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Churl'tie Cltri'i fliiy DlIkr "
:lently!! employed at Royonier In t''\(;! electrical department.: I, Culiimbla Dado. Duvil E*' I' Ineia httutti lately the Kaipaoni flrat/ wttk Icing.Yey .} ,//Or.tIo, ONE. PIECE, I ,
elected eambla. Flaglor, Haidee llendrjrHrrnando will |itt, eh.ne. f. ,tt "' "
.If this offke I dvnot make this rtf
I : ;2 to plan to my only HlgHlaiidK. HllliibnrmighIndian oreganadurlgth. r '
I :sogrce of inccm |If called, I l-wil: ccmc and not refer you to someone River, Jackson Luke Ire, 4th wnN. :FOR .9 CENTS
Leon Manatee, Marlon, Marlin '
:. else. aI Monroe \ :
ITH EVERY $5
; :; .1 I am 29 years old, young e louoh to do the job, and old I I Orange Nassau,O'l'eol1.Okalonsa Palm Okeccvolop Beach, tc ; .

:enough to realize the, importance- of the job. I Plncllai. Pi Ik. Putnam, St John. / : / F00D ORDER,
I St Lurlo, Smla Roan Sarasota I \
: I am married'to'the former Nodine Cook and have one child. Srmln' IP, Slimier, Volnsla. Wak .
: If elected to this office I well serve honestly efficiently ulla Walton and WnshlnslMi. .4 tWith :every, $5 food order you moy add the ?
you '" '
stainless
According to ref rlls on file In #'featured piece,of. (his beautiful to
:and courteously I the Secretary of Stato office Dade ,, 145 ',. your, collection for only 9#, If your order If$10 "

: Your vote and derive support: will b: deeply appreciated.: to MO approve Djval Ciuntlci the u*. were of voting the Drib maehliu r ,t you moy odd two piece, $15 *. three pieces.. f. .
"* in 1933Ilillgberooagh!:. Here's a wonderful opportunity"to build a ,,,.
::Thonk you, ti I County In a rrfor.rndum 4c .4. T4 collection of f famous rnternetloto81', | Stainless ,
In 1437 voted to use I them 1
':' *for a fraction of the retail value.,
: GLENN KITCHENS also and reportedly employed the ,. -
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machines! In a spiels) efcetluit that

CANDIDATE.. FOR, CONSTABLE, DISTRICTS, 1.2.3, I tame year \ IUILD A COMPLETE "U .'.

Path<1 Polltlcil Advirtlstmtnt I r r'

Trade At Home ..' \SET. IN 6 WEEKS.e' ..

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r ; Sia. ';:less !than six t week you";Jill; build a com-; ,

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,1 ASK US HOW TO GET THIS FAMOUS A MAKE 0 I > A1. ..can Fcshlon". pdt rn' to,Iqsf 9 lifetime,,: It Is ..... ,
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11 f. io easy, only* over every $5 you' would
S7995 I ; ... normally. rdPdd.arioth.f.pivt: yourcollection I .
r AUTOMATIC I
FO'K" S" !!. And tOt round .ouf your set, exlrct
Items such. as tablespoons, Iced teaspoons
I ONLY t .e.ni : 7 land 'so on:are .in.g.r;,made;:available,. at an'amazingly
WATER HEATER Bigiitn( ing! the w. k,. .
Ir end offered 0/11) In Ik* 5th low price a1
I w,tk,.forks Will b.> the festered { ,Cit SPOONS 'C. SPOONS .
item. 'I'' i t, AM 10 Him' May 'Me, 21 hrvh' 27

L 1tiH101, I 95y a ", ; Me Got,KRKS 7 tll...|. t J- I M Ot.y FORKS 21 thru lane I'
/ | Got KNIVU ,,Got KNIVIS
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---- '51 FORD AIL Extras Good cnn.dlllun. t after wliiih !Spring 1 Is crouiiccl by \VaughnMII( nnd other pupil:

AD RATES Phone 201-4953.. A30c MISCELLANEOUS Peck ElementaryPresents her', people .,nd all me liippv. ul tilt' inmy| grade '"

M per word .71 minimum - --- 1 The cast includes\ Spring !Lila Mrs R W cCn..kl11 I Is pro.

of For Sale Mot 'Is Jack Frost Junkie Juk. hail' anxlulcd bars;",
Cud Think Relations j i ; warn ( man by
MARY'S MAKIT SHOP Form
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Ud Similar Notices Singer Console! Operetta son, The lilueblid, Mary Pauline J. M Thomas and olhrr mentle\ s ;
erly oT Jicksonvllle Dresses WHAT THE EVENT of A
IN
I' per word $1.01 minimum SEWING good condition MACHINE Has- tig-tags balance, suit, cocktail !'r>(ln.! and "beachwear ( MAJOR DISASTER THERE ARC llirho: :; A spring maiden.I who :111cnpmred I I of thr primary department, t

Cl 261.3680 or 261..1S87 $48.00 or reliable party ran take Name It, I Maklt. Call 2fi|. tfOOCMt fffffMStMMt9tHCY I Spring Glow May 6 by Jack Final I. Uilllel The public Is Invited! to attcnt e.

or platt .4. af office up payments $700$ mo.ith. Will S-.U2.:! tOe PQEpOSITONfp H01HTHL4IN ( s

lilt All" Street deliver Call 2614157. A30c STRATeGICALLY The Elementary Department of r ( ;
PLANNING A VACATION soon? 1.., THE USA, WITH A Peck high: !School will present mi -
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THREE BEDROOM brick homeon To Miami Nassau or Bahamas w TW TREATMENT Of NEARLY rpt'rttla. Spring; flaw, nn Wedntmtjiv .o

FOR SALE Clinch Drive Hi' baths Flor. T For lowest hotel rates and >( ( (VERY IMAGINABUE ME.PICAJ.ANP rUMiing, May I 6. %4It .

Ida room wllh fireplace, sepjir.: best accommodation, cnntnct l .. SURGICAL CONDITION 730: u i'ilik(. in the ethic I auditor, .
.
ate dining room' !living: / room, I area agent: Mrs George!! Clinn- rtl, Iwo.

'TRADE 3 BEDROOM> : masonry, Double garage!: pgtlo Call 2bl. coy, or (phone 201-nafij.> A30r J/ In the operetta various groups/ .

with carport, Plnecrest. My 4320! AJOc tlII lutluili( ; n him bird, spring minima ..
FOR HEATING AND AlR di.?
tor
equity house trailer or what pansy ",11I11\\,1. sunshine fair. 1. .
4968 Belvedere Rd, West Palm PROFESSIONAL POOL TABLE tlonlng Service, rail Dependable In and hinunlri wmil In wvlenmpSpi 'I rr '
rvpI
Beach Fla AMp Phone 261-4483 or see! at 107 N iirilh Heating and Codling, Service Co ,'IIIK. Kill Jack' Fri'snl. and Ins I
. -- phone 261-4370 or 2GI-3DG1. ICe I ill :
St. Ifs frrsly lives defy them mid tup-
l'i' YEARS: -- '
STP\wnrnny Rnau lure( the IIU hIlt nuidnn. Vjilmis T.
stallion Very gentle, horse, TWO BEDROOM house on Rayon FOUND 8 DOZES different groups' uf Rpi; Inn's pci pIp come Irdcniiind

audio and bridle $273. Walter Rd. Large lot. Terms arrang ways to bcautlly ymir watch, i_ (the mrltlrns' release and ,
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Fullard Colonial Station. Ph ed. Ph 261.5421. etc SPEIDEL bands now at Rublson's. warn Jack Frost of pun!'shml'lIl. lunJ
emu 4s' aOly a wrmn i wmymyn rt lit
261-9046 A30p Hut lii l I. mill defiant until HIP ,
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*> FOUR BRAND NEW, canopy FOR RENT LET ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS OcruRsNAAINU3' -
him Then (lie hrittiilen riplnivh'tn '
windows, Jalousie help with your drink. RAYS
door. CostS13B33. CAM BBWITH
mid tike him It Spring who
Sell $71 cash Ph. ?'ii. (nil problem Write Box 3iR MAD THE LCD I Is'
hnnlshii him the N"rtilillilli. II i ii
5281. A30C STORE BUILDING at O'Neal on City or Phone Jan El 6.7700, EMIRC.tNGYEqUIPMENT to I

lliiihwav. Make good barbershop t
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CLEAN 58 FORD 4 dr. hard. beauty parlor or Drive FLOOR 'SANDING and rtflnUhIng. 1 I War *cofannaarw, wow will he shown through, the FAA

lop. Automatic tran ., radio and In Restaurant 48 BelvedereRd. Floor tile. Fans E Hanson futilities ul Illlliud. In ciimplilcIhr i r ei

heater. Rood rondlllnn/ $'.riOO Cnn ..., West !film Bead. AlO.iUIEE Phone 21\14r.l9.\ ) tff niiriitntlnii lm ...... .. .,,_ .
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be llnnnced Ph 2lll.3W2, Ifs Sinhr *ephKeon .
\' UNtTRNISIinD 2 bedroom WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS a former FAA Inner ore-'ator 0

WURLirZER SPINET! : plnnns house, dinette area living any make. Stoves cleaned General Hunting Jacksonville CAP will lilt In a Hasten rnwiiy

$495 and up. Ten-yPar warranty.See : room combination, screened Buy, soil repair used furniture between Rte FAA and the CAP fur

model at Mrs Ruth Conner's I back porch, utility room and Ph. Hester's, Yule 5.$294. tfc Two Ihr Slurs. 1I

27 S 5th St. A30p raipnrt Near Terminal BUR, Season To OpenOn To Inspect ... I r ernu
1'hone' 225-5374 AJOc
-- PUBLIC NOTICE FAA Installations II i ir ir
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1955 INTERNATIONAL HARVEST. I
November
ER Hi Inn truck cab and TWO BEDROOM, furnished apt. NOTKB FLORIDA T-O IIT"TI'Tlta CRPD'TORi I 14 Cooper's Laundry

chaisls. Good motor and tire. Cool, Clean, Private Entrance. IN TUB COURT OF TUB COUNT Th JtakwnvlU Starch ends! .

$300 E. C, Kenynn, Contractor 421 N. 3rd. tfc IUA JUDC.E.IN NASSAU PROBATE:COUNTY: fLOB TALLAHASSEE: florlda's Anew SqiMdroa o* the Civil Air 11' e1t

Phone 261-4678 or Jax. 387.5597. In net: Estate el 1964.15 general hunting seoaos) for Patrol, UI uxlUory of the u. S.Xlr Coin-Operatod 'w' .

tfc UNFURNISHED HOUSE. 3 bedrooms JOSH CREWS: Dmtr4 resident game birds aid animal I Force, has, through the cnnp.fntiM and .
2 baths Call To All tndimri Ml Prrram Hnvlni Laundry Dry .
2613401.tfc Chime or DeinsMs A|>lnil laid Et- will open Saturday, November 'H, of the Federal Aviationjmettj :

SMALL LOCAL BUSINESS Inlet, except In the Third eollorrvatWiDlltrlet ) oftlcf' hare, plnnntd an In. Cleaning ... ... .
Block and equipment. Bargain You and taeh of you art hereby where the season will open sptctlon tour of the FAA fadlltlPi .
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TWO BEDROOM furnished house notified and required any'
for cash or terms to responsible clilma: aid demand which: you, or I November 21. It Imrson Airport on May 6. I )Ira. Doris Howard, .
party. Call 261-4407.: (Ire I Call 261-4663. Ito either ol you, may have afafnit the I
I estate of Jmb Crews, doe.>ird, The opening date applying to The local CAP unit, crmpenes Manager: .

UPSTAIRS FURNISHED apt late of laid County to the Count) deer, turkey, quail, squirrel and of civilian buslntumpn who dl'. .
CORNER N. 18th and Highland St. I Judge at Naa u or their\ time to. lUll & Beech Street s.cwt. .
Close In. $47 month, and ntu; 1.larJ vote I portion of
newly redecorated! stucco, 3 3 gas hli office in he court v bear, was set at I formal meeting
water Included, Call 261-4227. County at Fernajlna. Beach Florida "' Ward assisting the Air Force It
bedroom home. Beautiful tfc within ilx calendar month from the 01 the Game and Fresh Water the search fur lost or downed air.
tion. $13.500, excellent 1000a'l mite of the trot publication of lisle Fish Commission at Tallahassee
"""= notice Two c<.pies of rich claim,, or I craft In this area will be rood iel.ed .
fr the of .....d.n.. and .,
atate place putt rich, director.Hunting
Adults only 1306 Atlantic Ave .
fIVE BEDROOM HOME near high oirice, addreHa uf the iljlmant and I Airport 01 veil n tiirniiub y

school. $3,000 with $173 down, $60 Phone 261-4835 Ifc atoll be sworn to by the claimant' his will be allowed everyday : the radot tmtr iwlu, \ '>! .,J S4, :: ; .. .pw u( ( -w
**" agent, or attorney and aocorrpanledby In the First, Third, and Fourth Service Station. .
month. TWO ROOM unfurnished house a filing fee of one dollar and ouchalt6n .Flight -
demand filed plait be Conservation District, and In the week the
or not. ao 111following group
off off off ir! void Second District except In Dixie, ---- SHORT STORY "We Loan You W ,
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$7,750 BUYS 3 bedroom home out. 3 ROOM FURNISHED garage Al administratrix Matilda Crews of the Estate I I Gllchrlst and Levy Counties In 1ii5 .

aide city limits Chain-link fence apartment. of Joi.h Crews, rteceaaed the Fifth Conservation PUIrlet WIN WITH
Nothing down to veteran a Pint puhiicniinr: 4 ID HOI', every day hunting will be* allowed ,Jt- Fernnndina Federal
Thos'. J. bll.... It... A'lo"It' ,
ft SMM.L: ONE bedroom IJiltornhht'dhuuse. 45 416, U' 36 57 I i 1111 that pork, of, (the district In- JOHN E. (Jack ) call IT

ONLY $259 DOWN no closing costs, I __ ': rated south of Slate Rued :50. and Iter I '

newly redecorated two kulnxm TWO ROOM* *furnished* apartment PUBLIC I NOTICE West of the St. Johns River: I, MATH.EWS Savings & Loan Assli.

home nipr high school. $7,750, I Where slaiiKi'red! .dav hunting .Is I
NOTKF TO ( HFDITORR Bent& Qualified For Governor: ; E:
$rij month. tLIIIIJU'TTI resIN :! I In force, hunting will be allowed IM oak. d Ywr 1.me it; 202 Atlantic Avenue
I P.ilJ' r..t| Adv.'I
B. R. SA3LM1N 1r -
*: tOtHT SIC TUP CO'WrYJt'O6R
Til dav during the tint nine -
John T. Terrain Son NASSAU CUN1V, H.OIt- every Authorized by Campinn T..uft.r
I PHONE 261.3221UNE IDA IS I'ltOIIAlE.In thvs, and the period between Nov. .. ::
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::: CCf: Resale: of I ember 23 and November, 29! and : =; -=
FURNISHED one unfurnished lERrRLDE MFKH.OW ROUX: January 1 "'b. "T.! / l'JbI
EXALUM ...CUSTOM MADE apartment, oeesnaid Ueroaled I between December 21 and,
To All rrrdllon and prnnm llavIni 2. Mondays, Tuesdays" and ,
Venetian measured and 120 S. Fletcher
blinds round.
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( lalma or Drmanda A. Said will bo closed at all totterlimes.
Initialled. Wlila rRnp-e of colorsPORTER Phone 2613138. Xe Elalo I I I Fridays I
Color .._- Yon and tfrh pf r v Hl are hereby Shooting hours for resident
A IOVFQUIST
FURNISHED: efficiency apartment i nllf>il l till I riiimred' to pie',cut any gfimc/ species will remain at from I ai

_Center .Phone._ 201-3(1(18-:- -( ( ,- iff- cm beach hcmo 201-4.141: i i chase nun:: i.unit f v o ilpiminrta il(, ituv h,ive wlrh) lift; I ill you, .I, the or I II I one.half hour Mure sunrise; to :'',

CKORGF. DKLMAR MACHINFShop After /5. tfc enliie l i.irlrultMirrow one.h',ilf hour after nunicH r call< '
.ertr : Ih"'l
I ; GOOD/YEAR
mil ,
talc' uf County i i Spring
lot 75 x 123. Ini..hides al ----VACATION"APTS., Costly Judo nf N'msju County. I i 01"| 'ii djyHmtors. Special ;,.

machinery and building. $24 000 ''rIo..d". fct lair! titleD In the curl !I II I II \\'l'l h.. provided withI'lrkry .
OCEANFRONT! APTS completely i I boson of all. County at e'ernandtnaBeuch i
96.mt: down and assume $18000/ I furnlahrd Day week or mrn'h'! I Flnrlda. vllhln nix calendar two I hunting seatons during
Moll Kane, innntlu from the time' nf the heal l lpulilicillnn the J l'fit-f!. I serum The first seasen -
584 S. Fletcher Ave 21'>1.588. ICe "t Ills. notlie. Two elites I .
80S Amelia Drive I ", .....h cljlin or hiii.nl'' hall, le In opens with the general/ huntIn
SEVFN ROOM h.uso, IJ.MO. $100 i DOWNSTAIRS) APARTMENT = rltnunl shall: Mill- the tare ohreidence ;! RrallOnlnd/ allows the hunter I Ito
down lilt and ; ted imt iffiie( udilreat I nfuinished. Corner the clamant on,1 chill he aworn tohv I
2109 Florida Ave, Calhoun, across street from the ci.ilni,int MB anent. "r allnr- II'x. The second season 'opens
School St. Joseph's Academy. nay and accompjnled by a filing fee Slouch 13 In March 28 In that pur. TIRE BUYS
$11,030 home $350 dawn -
j ul one dollar unit ouch clilni ur demand I
Homes fhone 261.4200 or 2QM80U.: heOCEAN not ao filed hell be void, lion of the State located south of
Thelma' Roan King I State Road 50, and March 27 to
FROM $3300 to $33,000:) In town Will
At excru'rlx of the Lilt
FRONT DUPLEX up. April 11, north of !State Ried 50. f
and on the beach.CONTACT and Testament' of
stairs or down, furnished. Fenced ertrude Merrow Ruu, cleceirted Hunters will be allowed tQ lake

PETE INGRAM yard Call 281-4174. tfcBEACIi two gibblera during Ills second
Salesman Fleet publlmtlon April Urd, 1DM

L, L. Bohannon Agency ,WINTF.R"RENTALS.. For Thn""rny J. Shove, Si. turkey season.

13 North 4th Phone Z6I-J269:! Information call W. I. MeCranie, oK 421, M. 51, 14

"We solicit Listings M Humes and 261.4642. If no answer call 261.
Attorney at Law THIS HOLIDAY -
GOOII/VEAR i i :
Acreage" 9035. tfc PUBLIC NOTICE POlln"4 .. ---- Bench Florida, not Inter
-- VOTirE .OP CIMWCIF OF 1'01.1.1"0 Miy 13, 1064, DRIVER isn' :=
REAL NICE 3 BEDROOM, one I PI.A'I!: ..01PRI'U'<('T NCMeFRRUr : : tt.r": von rail' lo do to, II....... Pro
bath, house with lifetime WANTED: IV THE: "1\.1 *<-F: OF Yp'hre Conlnta "IU .bo .n..... Kulwt you g f
masonry NASSAU C01NTV. FLOHIUAN. (Inr the relief demanded lit the Com.PlTh .
\ chances ;
taking
roof and attached garage. Fenced ..life 'la hereby Corn, that the im t
yard, top neighborhood. Ready financed BOOKKEEPER TYPIST! Hoard, of County ("'xlmlaai"mn orNo..nu ;;: nature of* laid lull bcm< dl
ONE County, It'iTl.la. haa chirkedthe V" ,,,.. :
Immediate, occupancy credit union office, Conljlncr pulllin' phce .''r"e > t Numberett ': V.nncm mv hind nnd !5. mil ol/ on dangerous ;
fr of America Call personnel 7 l rated In the Vl'luge' ntVulee stud (nun at rll..dlal Bench. N..- '
THREE Corp. Niaa-m Ci>unt>y. Florid and i"u County lond., sloe rib day ul
tires.
house
BEDROOM near :
office 2MTOI; ATO that nolrt pfilllng, place has now here April A. D. IMPUBLIC .
Voice, Florida. Largo lot FiUtanc. designated oat eiti bll.hed to he at 19 0 .
ed with FIR loan'. fur $.">0 per WAN I Hi: VHJMJ) IOUPLE:. ".. new County Building Inruted nn CLERK OW('loCUsT btlIlT
..'. of Slate Rand 200 It C O. II, 13. 30
month! 'an be purchased far ti'ans. ether, with cur, to live with A between int'ltt d 5 :CO ;A Hum: 'T1

fer costs of only about $50 No elderly lady Kent lice In return way 17) anJ lltnle R"oo.. am. In the t-
Write Bx7fifi Vjllo"e of Yak 0, Mj nu Countyriorldn NOTICE :
down pa)men!. for companionship I and that all elertlnna, ape A
PAUL' C, BURNS: \. ABC etal, prl-niiry" and eenerjl, heroes r VOTTF TO rwpDrrfms t'f-) s :
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I Feld In NIHIJU County In old Pre. I 'IV TUB COUNTY Jl.UllE'1

    Registered Ral FMste Broker = RIME io l Jacksonville, I'ln"I Nunherr'l' T. null IM held al' 'IN Awn tON NASSAU tOlNfY: \ ;I" ; I'
    319 South RIb st. Phone 261.31,06(: WANTED told pilling place lt> aald County riORlnA. IN PROI1ATE. :
    5 day week Working hours 8 (t-i building NO ZilllIV How aboutYOU ? j
    4.30. Phone 201.3,MM. tfc I OARD 0. COUNTY COM HE ESTATE OF .
    snarled cobra
    POSTERBOARD a' Ml!-blONEIICP NAJ94AUCOUMV ::! rode IMKDit. 4ttrnrt.TO .

    carbon paper, sirntch pads, bond WANTED '-"T11E -cii\NCE t tgive to sal ,Hirry FLOItllMBvi Puole : All lies redtlare er. sad liemanda All PftKMIlNavlei AJln.l 1r

    and mimeo paper, onionskin, for your old watch new beauty Aa Ita ClulrinunATTEST ask Edale-, .
    sale at NEWS LOADER 511 Ash SPFIDEL: watch band You and each of you are hereby ,
    with a 'ft/! l U 0 O>'lrv notified and required to preent any '
    St. from Hobl-ion's. / Ru Outdo Clerk: -laifna' and dernanda which you or
    4 'I 4 t. l Ii' 23.: M either of you may have ap tonal the LET US SAFETY CHECK YOUR TIRES I 1
    NICE, LARGE LQtS! for soe: ,late o4 I.uulaands, drce c mile > Naeaau County. Florida b I
    food terms One quarter HELP WANTEDWE PUBLIC NOTICE norjhl. I e. Weitkerf'. Co 11/114'' .
    South of Five Point on Amelia Jude ut Maaaiu County, FtorMa, and .
    Rd Call aa-6421 ,"i Ut IN Till: CIRCUIT tOl'M: IM AND>>, file, the sawn .Hi hie uMre M the OrvriIf ,
    roil NAR0CII 'OUWjTV, t'LOIlI"A.I' Court House In Nmau Cwnty.Honda $
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    HAVE AN OPENING tor an ('HtVCFKt. CASK NCI 2UI ..llhln il. calendar montha ,;
    | COMPLETELY FINISHER 3 additional automobile mechanic, BOOBY ... fcllkAlEY, from the date of the Oral publirdlon r"M'-r 1
    bedroom masonry home, biiill rialnlllf. I I' hereof Etch claim or demand ehallI
    See Jim lee
    hard- general experience .va be I in wrllln*. and. ahall seta the ulJceof
    on your lot, Grade:: rp'rt.'; I nervier mamwu-, LASiERIIE:: rL Akt"1 K KHRALEV: teilrlenr I en 'pMt office awreta !
    wood, floors. roads and MOTOR CO. ItelewlaM.NOTirr I I .4 the cl liiunL ifrid ahall' be ....,.. I t
    OF SCST LASSERRE MOTOR CO.
    Ion remote acceptable to l>v the cl..mlnhili efeni or attorney '
    areas
    -I'Rlilblish. STATE': OF P HUM t IDA an'I inv mill claim or derojnd .
    $52 50 per montlllno money SALESMANmonl: IN RETAIL TO TRANCES K SIIEAI.F.YPMdiwia not ao filed' .hull be void I .
    down. No closing c"H.( Write or Opportunity! for advance. 6I'n aadwoad. UIaway. North DATED thin 7lh' day i-f 1 AjirS'. ICs I

    rail Steven R Bc n. Box 8249, ment. Write Box F, C/O News we .heraliy CalifuraleVim autfled mat a sue In/Pearl, PEARL Schumaiher SCHUMACHEf Londe. .. A..III.I Your Ford Dealer Since 1910 :

    Jax. II, Fla ATOc: Lt! d..r. tic haa .been filed axalnnl you In the above! l.trjtrK' of the ..,... ol teals -
    __ entitled caue: end hat you are here d..d
    Jewelry -0- by required to file your anawer .with /IIFPHFRT: : WM FIRfl12R. 6f .J ri1ffm_ lnm IJ_ v. ;
    NOTICE ROBISON'S the Clerk of thla Court and to serve a Herbert Wm. Klahler
    sw.III I now hewtqiurtrrs for Trade At Home i ropy, thereof opnn the. Hialntiff orHIMntlffa 210'' Atlanlp AvenueFernjnilliu I
    SPEIDEL attorn.j. whose name and Beach Florida
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    News-Leader, Firnamhna Beach, Florida ,", Thursday! April :30, 1964 I ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OP GOD OF SPRINCHILL BAPTIST Assessor Viewpoint" by Degas
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    .. CHURCH PROPHECY CHURCH Foresters Assn. Cobb Levy County tax assessor,
    Rer Leonard Duncaa, PaRlor Rev H. C. Drury Pastor State Hlway 107 NamauvlUs I I "The County Commissioner and
    . LAST SUNDAY OF THE Sunday Mans __ 2nd, 4th I 10:00 a.m. ...?'...? Sunday Schuol Rev. Dan E. Wade, Paator Taxation" by Jack Clceg, Flaglor
    At The ChurchesBIBLE I MONTII Sunday _,,..?. 7:30 a.m. 11 am ..???.?.? Morning Service Pastors Prayer Time Sets State MeetingAt I I County commissioner; and "The
    7:30: A.M.. Holy Communion Sunday Mill lit, 3rd 7:415 p.m. ...... Evening Serv:ce (For Men) _. 7am. View of the Taxpayer by David
    BArmr: CHURCH 81 I'LI Kits ".I'ISCOI'ALI 10.00 A M. Morning Prayer 6th Sunday, 11:30: ..m. 7:46 p.m. Wednesday, V.L.B. Ser Sunday School.. _?.. 9:46 a.m. Daytona BeachThe I I C. Adklns executive Director of'
    429 South fit h Street tlllKCIi and Sermon School Monday, Young People 7 p.m. vice for young peole, Morning Worship p....11 am the Duval County Taxpayers' Asuo
    Church
    Johnny L. king PasUir I The Rev. lames l Ir. ElliHor, Rector 11:15 A.M. Tuesday Novena Services .. 7:30: Training Unlor I __... 6:16: p.m. clullon
    6:00: P.M. Episcopal Young tt oft tt Florida Chapter,
    Sunday Services p.m. Evening Worship ._ 7:30 session Is
    1:30 A.M. Holy communion Churchmen ? p.m. IOUlhlllt'l A Chapter business
    10:00: A M. _'M_ Sunday School Daily __.._? t am MEMORIAL METHODIST Wednesday: era Motion, of (he I of May 8.
    10:00: AM Choral Eucharist ft I* .... erican Foresters will hold stated for the morning
    ._ .. lit
    11:00 A.M. Morning \\orshi* Saturday ? Convent Chapel Men s Hour at, Power 7 p.m. total
    . 11:ISAM Church School FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOD CHURCH ....... spring convention at Daytona SAF Chapter membership
    6:30: p.m. ..?_.. ?_._M..h B.T.U. 1:30 Communion In ConventCALVARY Prayer Sorvice 7:30: p.m. the
    8:;30) P.M. Episcopal Young .,. Nelnm p, Moyer. Pastor Beach, 78 419 foresters throughout stale
    7'00 P.M Men's Prayer Service K E. A. Law la faster oft oft 'Whosoever will may com. I May I I
    7:30: p.m. Evening Warship i Churchmen 10:00: a.m. ..__- Sunday School BAPISTCHURCH 9/:46 a.m. ___??... Sunday School Forest land Taxation Is the, Headquarters for the Beach convention
    Mo-
    ___.. will be the Castaway
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    Tuesday: (This I I. the schedule of very 11:00: a.m. _._ Won hi?>> Service I Bailey Road : a-m. Morning Worship PRINCE UP PEACE theme of the 2.day meetinlA/ tel, Beach.
    7:(Ml p.m. Vlnitatli I Sunday with the exception of the 1:30: p.m. _.C. A. Youth Services J. C BYRD, PASTOR 1:15: (pas .. J1YF Supper A: Programs LUTHERAN CHURCH technical program has been ached. I Daytona
    Prayer Meeting Wednesday 730J: I last Sunday of the month) 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service Sunday School ...?........... 10 A.M. Donald R. Htmmelman, Paator sled, moderated by Frank A. Albert '
    .. -, -- -.-- Chursday mid week service Morning Worship .?..'.?. 11 A.M. ::80 am.. ___ Evening Worship Phone 261 6634 of Jacksonville forest coun' Trade At Home.
    I 7:30: pm. Evening Service ..?...?. 7:30: P.M. -tttt Sunday Sihool ....._.?-..... 9/:45 a. m. set for the Florida Forestry Association <--- -- --
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    PINT: GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED PENTECOSTAL FIVE POINTS BAPTIST I, frft -ttNOKIH Portions of the program will In.
    '', Rpv W. G. Brook, Pastor CHURCH CHURCH 14th STREET elude presentations on Forest : JOHN E. (Jock)
    SINDAY SERVICES! South Mh st. Ph. Ml-mtRev *:46 a.m. ? Sunday School BAPTIST: CHURCH Land Taxation" by Gordon D.
    Beautiful I 9:45: A.M. Sunday School W. W. Roland U:00 am _._ Morning Worship I:45 a.m. ...??_..... Sunday School Lewis U. S. Forest Service Ash. I MATHEWS
    1100AM. .... 'Morning Worship Sunday School .:....... 10 am J 80 p.m, .??..?. Training Union UIIO: ) am .h.M Morning Worship evllle, N. C.; 'Comptroller Views
    I 6:30 6.00 P.M.P.M...... Men....i Training Prayer Service Union Worship Service .. .. 11 a.m. ,':SO p.m. .-? Evening: Worship 8:30 p.m. ??...?..???.?...?.. BTU Assessment by J. N. Aycocke, I Best Qualified( For Governor
    I : ., Prayer Meeting, Tuesday 7:30: pm. Vedneiday prayer service, 7:8: ( 7:30: p.m. MM Evening Worship Director of Assessment Standards Paid. Pol. Aftv
    7:30 P M
    Room-Mates I Wednesday: Services' Evening' Worship Bible Study Thursday 7:30: p.m. pm. 7:80 p.ro. Mid-Week Services Division Jacksonville: "A County Authorized. by Campaign Treasurer
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    colors FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
    in lovely new
    I Rev. J. T. Dunnam Paator
    Worship Services 1:80: A.M
    t 11:00: A.M
    Du Pont Lucite9 Wall PaintThe I 800: PM
    SundBY School 046: A.M
    _. I Training Unlun ........ 6:45: PMWednasda ,
    clean, easy, quick = I'ra'er Service ___ ) rJlll.TO
    way to paint! "LUCITE" 730: P.MCHURCII
    doesn't drip, run, or ft ft CHRIST lKT
    spatter like ordinary OP ( x
    Covers South 14th Street
    paints. more
    I Earl! Illlbert. Minister .VDTE
    better than before! Dries
    Sunday; Bible Study ?.10:00: a.m. Y
    in half an hour. Washes ... Morning Worship _- 11:00: a.m. _.
    clean from hands and Evening Worship __ 7:00 p.m. .
    brushes with water. 'tttr
    WALL PAINT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
    CHURCH
    Only $7.45 gal. \a'y H""' ,
    eat Hess xr Rev John Dozier Pastor
    Church School "...?"",.. 9:45 A.M.
    Worship Service ......? 11:00: A.M.
    Du Pont Duco Satin Sheen EnamelPerfect Youth Meeting ......? 6:00: P.M.
    Church School ?........? 7:30: P.M.

    for woodwork, ST. PAULLS LUTHERAN 'I INTHEDEMOCRATIC
    bathroom and kitchen CHURCH
    walls-where there's Amelia City Near Inuraoetkw.

    moisture or hard wear."cueo" AlA
    A. 11'. Gerbhardt, Pastor
    Il flows on I::00 a.m. Morning ServiceCHURCH
    i smoothly, dries quicklyto -tr
    a rich, semi.gloss OP GOU
    finish. Beautiful, the Cor 4th and Cedar Sta
    Ideal complement for Ru. L. Mervia i Johniom Puts
    sstln Shen LUCITE Wall Paint. Phon. 2613807 PRIMARYTUESDAY
    10:00: am.-.... Sunday School
    ENAMEL Only $3.05 1100: a.m. ..'..'.. Morning Servlcf
    qt. tp E:. Friday Evening 7:30 p.m.
    .,- T:30 p.,... ...... .... Evening Service 'Hi
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    It 7 30 p.m.TABERNACLE >/

    NASSAU BUILDING & SUPPLY CO. ft ir BAPTIST*


    1120} South 8th Street Phone 26M618iinu : Amelia Road CHURCH- Phone 261-8487
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    Rev Loyd Chamben Passer
    ([{JU nfIDN' ICINGS to* It Toni lIVING Sunday School -..?"...... 10 ..m. ,
    .., tH ou.n CHIMismy Morning Whlp >.?_... 11 a.m.
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    Newo-Lentler, rirnnmlinu neRd, Florida Thursday, April 30,, 1961 Page Fifteen!
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    I Senators 012 213-11 8 Hodiller and J, Watklns camo

    Sports Slants I Kiwanis Senators (ubH OJO:! 000 2 I thniuiih with hill for the Kedlcga.

    Iliialnbt tliam and Ferreira; Line Score:

    I Win 11 -2 Over third and I Douglas, Hcdlcgl 200 206 00 10 8
    Jilt id'lI; | KxlliRSIn Jet U 301 042 02 12 10

    BY CURT CORDONnanny a bulllo royal WidiuRiliiynliulil lotlnln and Junes, Avery: Dur.

    Chem-Cell Cubs UK JI'lR tdMd till I Ite
    Giiflin, oinandiia'i gift : will be played Saturday afternoon, r 12.10, in II a"it'.KiriilK bulllillu ,

    in I the Florida baseball (team tout. 6
    'cd six Innings of a DO.run ball Larry Wesley Informed ui tins the ihimCill Cubs, 112, lulnndI runs ,in the sixth Innliiu/ to scud
    /game for the Galon against Ten week Hut P. K, \ongc doledid! the I anr.hit pitching ofl'lndll' HiKlnbitliam the bull game into\ txlra Inning" SportsOn
    nI'SNlasl weekend The GHIori'I his Orange Park baseball team In and the Jill dim thiotmli. with

    held a 12.0 lead when Griffin as the Southern Division playoff ol The' tubs scored Ihctr two runs 2 runs In the eighth.: on i triple by Page Sixteen

    relieved on the mound The final i the Keystone Conference, P K In the Bt'i'olid Inning so hint Ml! (t ild,i' Just UP and a home run by
    seine was 12.8, In favor of the Yongc will now play the Pirated linn n lilt and did not Kit/ their hid llillI I Imhank:\ -
    Galtri for the Kc 'stone Conference
    I > oft IliRLjnbotham innII Hit filth Justice was the( luidiiiK hitter
    !I Coach Denntr slated .
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    InniiiK hi' tin Jils II nil 4 lulls Imludlntt
    hit hiuni ill Unite date Imsn I been get
    Tommy klpppr a run u WIN WITH
    Robby "I'rN'h'a and Eddie, VIWs! 2 11'1"Io'N| nl Ilh Blh B n bank nil(
    over tie kllfHd fence for the because of the Pirates playing In
    Ird tin: Sennit: allaek with 2 lulu tiiiu n double and h nut' run Sur
    JOHN E. ( Jack )
    Braves lust wrtk Tills was the the District Tournament
    alII'rl'I hilt Paul] !Seluantt, Lucidlorilui 11 no hit a sini.li and triplt
    first homer if (lie Little. Leuiucseason I
    1 W, E, Morgan/ who caught a ( HUM McDonald and! 1 Ion gut My and rtl: Cook lid MATHEWS
    R .V ,ly tagged hammerhead shark with a Mikt\ 'full n-I'ud came\ through( the Iti',Hi" UK ullh 2 lilts upon with

    Jake! Bunch and Bill Hard Washington address, sent the lag wlih lulls tar Hit wliininLnrn our ill kmrv's hits being a double Test: (Jnilified For Coo ernnr

    brought! In live nice drum ]last Sunday to the address and this week recelvcd : dill! gut alien oon. Their fishing neigh- his certificate naming :Moi. b Lime S\'III'e' UK 1 losers. while Hib CindKli, J,"' Aulh"rl/cri n CmnpiKii Tc iou'''e

    bur, Tom Michael caught only une, 1 gun to the Sharks Club Ihc lash

    Our repoit la that Ward caught was released at Daytona Beach 1IIK ClimUVr IMShlUll, SKSOhrouKht forth thus |picture mil r the track American ---
    must ol I the drum taken from by the Game and Irish Water
    lejiion team l Irs l'H.) how m.man MMI ruoirnl/e hefoieon rend the followIn -
    Juke boat. Commission, about a month betorcMurgan
    I| ftCr ;tewnrt. Rob Kendall and I Fred Datis Kneeling, lift lo right Richard linker. Mi-
    The Moment SntiDui) League Is'
    having trouble finding enough in. ,I The City Softball League mcdiam tar liurKevH, la\ld Hickey, lliude haddock and Kuhnrd Green, llurx I U. JiihnMin DON "Beano" ROBERTS
    lilts fur the! leolIeI! tilth U Ilier team In the league and who was: m.irnirtr of the team, furnished the News I Iettdrr with the |itlure.> Harry

    hiilulcd la open( In early Muy Poilirs Fish Camp Is ready to 'I knows where all the( buys in the picture are today and what they are doini U \itill\ interested in (the future of Nassau ('ounh
    Tin cc (teams have imtltalcd/ their sponsor Ibc team but tluv mid n" --

    Interest but Urn kaguc would like a few players, so If anyone! is in. titb 1 .Gi' up' liuiiitmient' I'trnan-
    In have lit leant Tout If another tercBted In playing softball diiing dma did nol) p1iv the bill they Palatka Bulldogs I Classic

    tram Is interested, Yhor Alvarez the summer they should::I conliet.. played in wlulling eight and Ins I
    would liku to hear from you 1mmidialely Linn Hcrrlwton Some of you I tutu nine durlnl/I the riuilar sea
    high school players might He to mn of play, but as Couth George Hand FBHS Pirates i Bowling League 1"J
    *, play i lit'lie soltbull dining the
    Ty nun bald an eight day lu\.uhf
    The llrst mini,I oil gains of summer months, hiuiiiKt of ruin slid ml help the First Loss of SeasonThe m "iiKMn:: Kills
    I (the \lllllo and Kiniir( liaiun/: hun <, & nil'i tdiuu at all \i\ury, the PI. : I (uk of l.1
    ini'ul in blond IY trod Tiiesdiy of riniindinu lot a heart.bunkerKulnisduv rates I lust In a good bnll dub In Tlal l
    this auk, rimtr afternoon when the long viilory road of UKFcrnandlna '
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    Pulalka, bit! we sill think wo Trout Sl.miHnm \V I. rln.GIo'UII'1 *
    be mate up Thursday and Pal'.Ika Bulldogs edged the 1'1. Beach Pirates latin
    II had
    mild line played
    win we Suulilr 52 32 TMOI! : :
    Friday while Little League games rates, 4.3. In the llrst gime of the to an end here Wednesday( II It 1'1'.
    like wi did durliu; the nasuiMike I' B & II hil: <'iiilsts| 47 37 17:IMlluldin
    'noonlhl'n the Piili'ka' Build ig*
    I ours 4411) 3 MII7Uesklil !!
    edged the Pirate, 4.3, In the bout < ,
    I'lkula blistid a triple In ,tutu 3: 4)!) liWi1'ljli !\
    played ball game of the mason It
    the ball (game! for tin ling"st hit Trait, 3.Games I IGII'IIII'I
    was the first game of the SubGroup
    r of the game, Seven Punles Mimed '
    I si elmr 14 SHHnddin
    Tournament and the Pirate
    AUTON 1 In the. seven.hit attack by Funanriina did not play their best ball at they I I. mis" 1114 Ihe Outstanding; Young

    1 r ..1 I were gullly of five emirs In the Western Aul" 14ml() ,, Man of 1 IHil! :( of
    game IIIlIh, (nd. 3.(.units I

    \ ..... SPECIAL Senators Down Firnjnrima (look the lead In the Billy Jcnc 55(1 Firnandma Heath
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    I game wllh three rum In the KIC- Jdllllll""IIIIIm'1I !pi4BblunUy :
    ond Inning on lour base blows, Hi h.inn m 537

    TUNE-UP AND : Braves 9-6 With Sieve Berkctl singled, Chip Wood Iliith. Tram Game |I The ONLY CANDIDATE who has offered you an aggressive
    z singled Mike Rice singled and Western Auto M'lH.idikn '

    SAFETY CHECK McDonald' PitchingThe Joe Thrift singled dining the InnIng Lanes 4m Program which, if enacted, would be more convenient to the
    That proved lo In all of the Glenn Simlnlr 4)7lllth !)
    ONLY I scoring for the game for the Pirates ,, Ind Came I voter and less burden on the County Budget.

    Kill nnll Snutors Jumped Wily Jiv<'e' 22111
    olf to a 9.0 lead after Mine inn 1 It took UUCP Innings btfoic Pal. 1 ('1'1'11 IoilR! ( 202Stanley The ONLY CANDIDATE to be PUBLICLY recognized for
    down the :Mitliudist Braves, ,
    $6.50 inks to
    rtohanmn 200
    0 atki could Icon! on Joe Thrift anil
    9.6, Ricky McDonald pitched for outstanding community service.
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    two singles and an error aeeotmt- lllKh Sralrh Bowlers

    ,1IM LEE only the Similars live hits allotting the Braves I ed for thai run, Billy Joyce 2at-rin

    Service Mgr i I The Bulldigs Htoitd 2 muse In Joluinli Willlnmson 1 11!IV-: 5411Sianli '
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    Tommy Skipper Brave shnlslupbilled
    the fifth on 3 hits and minid Ihc ;v iliaiinon 200-3.17: ,, Elect Don "Beano" Roberts
    a home run over the left
    In the sixth without Cecil Undue' 202 "524
    winning run -
    Lasserre Motor Held leue for the first home run
    fit It Ing a base hit Larry Hint 11I0- ())4
    Llllle I
    of Ihe League seasonPaul
    Sihrunti and Wlndlu Digglnbolliom Ned Tyson Steve IlI-'kl'It Hilly\ IlilCh Average ItoMlirs I A Family Man

    Company led the Senator attack: Miller. Chip Wood, Mike Pikuli, Cerllllalge 187 I

    6 Cyl. or 8 C>1. with time hits aplite while I.add Mike Rice and Joe Tin'ill atiounl-j i - -- I

    SINCE 1910 i Gordon smashed out a double and I td for( the seven Pirate hits Pall i I Jets l! 0111 tout I 4 I Your ACTIVE I Supervisor of Registration
    Plua Parts siiiKlc. Bobby Ferreira got the I Hall was the best hitter! fir Hoi'ill.I J MM) (lath _
    0 2
    I other Senator hit I alka with 3 base hits while Perry
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    anti tour: Hendrix PnM Kullllcul Adv.rll..mo.1
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    John Freeman and AI Tulbird i came through with 2, I and llIrlon, I
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    Palatka An R II .
    !Miller IS 3 I 0I

    FERNANDINA BEACH I Whitaker, 2b 4 0 0
    Perry, d 4 Z 2 a
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    I Hall rf 4 I 3 Vote For and Re-elect

    Stevens Ib 4 0 1
    IIJEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN
    Emerson c 3 0 0

    Freeman, If 3 0 1
    BEACHESII Corwin 3b 4 0 1
    Mangan p 3 0 I

    IJirl'ctory Furnished By These Merchants and Ullness Men Pane, p 000 CLAUDE E. WING TEas ,
    Total 32 4 D'''

    FernsadlasQuattlebaum :
    Suburban 3 0 0
    George's Alvarez, d 4 0 0 \

    T I IDE S Tyson IS Z 0 1Brckelt
    Gas Co.
    Machine Shop Propane Ib 3 1 1 your

    SERVING ALL !Miller Ie Z 0 II

    2 N. FRONT ST. It JETTIES YOCR NEEDS IN 'I Woutl c 3 I I
    Pikula, 3b Z 0 I
    LI' GAS ANDWelding
    Machine Work face, 1'1 2 I I
    Add 3D Minut" Fer
    GAS APPLIANCES/ ,
    i BrazingM Thrift p Z 0 1Sapp STATE
    r.rnandi.a Harbor 7 South 7th St. ) P I 10 0I I REPRESENTATIVEw'
    CUI.1 e Repairs rhone 261.3661 Totals 24 3 7

    Special Service To HIGH LOW I PalatkaOil 020\ 4 U 0 I

    Shrimp Trawlers T II KIN I G Pirates-, ::-_oio: .o.'N _0 3 7 8 i ilied

    All Work Guaranteed 1"rlday,1\lay 1 .

    Open 8 a.m to 5 pm. ]10,6: u.m. 5:25: : lI.m. PHOTO SHOP ]apiece( time Braie with attack Talbird with getting tau hits a Wingate has served or is presently serving on the following committees:

    l\louday Thru Saturday 11:21: pm. 5:17: pm. Roll Processing double. Skippers homer was tin

    Phon. Dar :t6J.a711 Denlopinr it Printing other Brave "hlhLINE I
    Saturday t May 2 I
    Night gal-5330 I SCOREI
    Kodak .'lIm
    11l40: a.m. 6:09: a.m. Photo Supplies Senators. 231 300 9 9 Vice Chairman Select Committee
    I Braves 000 24D) 8 5
    6:03: pm. Movie Cnlored & Regular
    B E WISE I :McDonald and Firnira: 01'1'lury : '
    a Sunday, 11ay 3 Portraits \\eddlnrs / Grumpier Freeman, Braun Read what the Porkchop Poli On Water Resources
    Only
    b7 AppoIntment
    uiul Broun, Talblrd
    "Porcelainize" 12:06:: a.m. 7:00:: urn Studios At 504 Ash SL Cubs DOM Kriilrx, 7.1 I I tical News has to say about
    12:2: p.m. (6:58 j:; p.m Phone 261.4586 The Chimtell tubs: won their Vice Chairman Drainage and Water -
    Claude E
    sic end /game of the season I tool Wingate :
    LASTS 3 OR 4 TIMES Monday, flay 4
    Thursday! nlUit by 111111'111111thl!
    LONGER 1"\o.J; 1: :;iS:: /Im? 7:51: n.m Rowlond's KAC nedlcRH. 7.1 I The Culm mnrtd "Nassau Conservation
    ORDINARY WAX JOB 110:; pm. 8:00: p.m. UPHOLSTERY four runt in the first liming County voters should
    wliliout gelling a lilt and ml their
    re-elect State
    LASSERRE MOTOR Tuesday, 1\111) HO 'nIT( NEED only 3 hits of the game in Ihe final Representative Salt Water ConservationClaude
    NEW IOU'KIV. flit REPAIR two lunlniis without scoring
    CO 1:57: a.m. 8 :,19 u.m Ti: 101'8suh'slRrtaR Larry Gill, Lamar\ It ilund and
    2:31: 9:0:3: : Wingate. It has been Electionsa
    s. IIlh SL l'h.261.381' p.m. p.m Jimmy Peacock gut t Hit thiti hits
    NEW MEAT ("liVElliWednesdll
    tubs while !Mark Divls, ,
    fur the
    ', 11ay 6 F'OR voce: long time since have
    ) we seen
    ALTO: Rub Godwin and Ed Cook Kill the

    3:00: a.m. 94:1: : n.m FREE ESTIMATES 3 hits made by the Itedletfs\ such a dedicated legislator. He Constitutional Amendmentsis

    Going Fishing? ::1:33: pm. 10:0:3: : p.m We Pick Cp and Deliver The KedlPXi scored their only
    run In (the filth inning of the game. known about the house as a

    Thursday, lay 7 LINK: StORFt Public HealthPublic
    Visit Us For Porter lJ Lovequist Cub 410 00(1-7 3 fighter for his principles a
    Complete Line Of 4:01: n.m. 10:16:: lI.m. General Contractors
    1I1'llIt"U!! -000 010 I 3
    4:12: 11:00: man who is not a bit squeamish
    Fishing Tackle p.m. p.m. SPECIALTIES McDonald and Duifilas; Avery, Amusements

    Hod4 Ree" FI"lda111): 8 \\'flIIJI\\IIIIKI'f; Key and Godwin Aviry, about standing up for his people.
    Outdoor Campinr 1'1 I.'STU' iaI'RFACING Jell Edict llornrls
    Equipment 4:58: am. 11:25: : a.m. CUSTOM 1I111.THI":18' In probably the ilosmt game ."
    5'6 pm 11')4:; pm. KITIIE( 1ND' RATA played lo dale In the Little Ixa- Interim Committee Fisheries and
    RIMItE1N: ) : (
    F I R E 5 T 0 N E. Complete Showroom gue' was the 1-0 victory by the
    Jets over Ihe Coneora Hornet Ian
    BEACH SUPPLY CMIt O.od.un r" .::: For Color Coofdlnation Friday afternoon Natural Resources

    lit Atlantic An muu Phone 261.3068 Billy Burbank did Die, pitching
    for Ihe Jets and dd, not alliw the
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    Hornet but 2 hits siniflr by Hilly,
    I Ue|"'r and AI Binnetl VOTE fOR PROVEN ABILITY
    i Pete Peters I led the Jets at the
    FUN IN THE SUN :=u=: plate with two doubles with l-ddie: ,I

    >, Justice and Donald Suriann grl I
    AT FERNANDINA BEACH ling sinxles\ off pitcher Steve Mmdnx ,
    I Return Claude/ f. Wingate to the State Legislature

    FISHING O.\TISG
    SWIMMING I Burbank struek out seven and
    walked four while Ilcndrlx! struck I
    GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "1.1\1\' I out 7 and walked only ons Paid Political Adv.rtl..,,, nt,

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    Sixteen New-Leader, FernandIna reach, Florida Thuuday, CO, 10C4 JJr /HighiEIemantoryLtNOtROOM; Many \people do not receive their I
    Icons 1Leee'i WkrettesBY'AXGIE .
    -- .. I social security benefits simply because I .WIN WITH
    w- I I 70 Tom Lannon, ,Ed Boner, I I 'MENUS they fall to apply for them,
    I I Tmer Team:Wins Don Blown. Ta: Stags ihi I. : 'DIIEWI I I May 4-8 the_ Social Security! Administration JOHN E. (Jack)
    70 -'Fred Ostcrn Cecil Lopttln Week .f 4-11 I -Monday: Porcupine'Balli In to.: says.;Applications for benefitsare 1 '
    .FERTILIZER Golf I A H. Itaidee( J. T Diinnnm ,' I Total I male 'iniice" cnbl o c, pep>rr and retroactive for only 12 months. 'o 'MATHEWSDe
    Association ,'Senior! League!Play; I, 'Team .., who'! are eligible fur back
    ; 70 L.'c. Slinve. l UUII Itnlxitli/ ( &I..s ''IV L 'Pisa I carrot sated ,frozen mixed vcttc. people it Qualified For Rnvermir
    I
    I Cecil lirewlnn, Walter Preston, I"KfddY Kliol\'att II an 7:11161I : i tables, mils and butler, apple! payment lone a nvmlh'g payment( I
    lbs. 6-6,6 ;4-Jtoll 'TourneyThe I 71 Jolin SCIII horn, Chat Ic,I (The Stags edged! the Kjl SO .. >> Tumllnnon, llill Jiidtflir! hidden Will" Ing
    I Swtlori Lcaune play last "week 110I ) 40 147 7'JC4Wllllmntt I Tiipwlay: Old cuts "potato '\11.I ; .;..- -------. -..- -
    I I .72 Dob iednm, K. M Fore I I Itach team sewed .5'anma I'JfrfJie 'Larel & '37 60 72n 3IIIIItI& | ad, cuiigeiilml pineapple luJold fill -
    "$ !|F5:5.: ,Buddy teams Burgos of Jesse+. Paul Tlner knrnm.: captain band, Dob Romrey0. D Lynch. (lint ,riming. then miHIed: )<\SrVf I IT./lili. 3,Grtmenltaaeh i Mlitce" lent. kiifibsh: pen, rout mid I
    I 72 Tom Shove, Gus Ixiwcn- km baseball for Um remsi" |*.'. Bar 2774ItoddviKilnwnlt : butter, KtitReilMvad wounce. ) I
    net and 8,1 Ace to.Reynold win Die fired 4.ball a tourneysponsored lz/lliii) stein, John Urrwiy( Ju-onu'!I"I of tho game '::i:"' "\ 'lj33 I.toH. ) '>r pmt mill!. I IW..OItday f HE[ PEOPLE' CHOOSER
    .666PelletsGretone hy The Fermndma neich: Secure I Isteve'' C."rr\td\ the'' fIIaIl3.l1.J Land 'W/Hlsma/ 'Im \ : Hot tings /. bans
    '72 Dirk Bennett, hill Oillds, ...hllpr'.li.r;: I .
    Meal Colt Association last Salui.d '. 2 hill at the pl-Me: / t tUixb'Jod'LGamnI JmiuKl lMKM9ir/ klawr3rexhtrullsalad ,
    / \'. I Boh Breslln,,Kxl 73 nudv YOlk, JlckAirEl.- .nd J.'!', Altai 4lirMittli milk P!!
    f919: : ,: Teams follow and: IhC'lrIf'1 scores areas ,. eiMcy'. Clunk .Howard! HiifiliMOIM l..u him for (lie Btagt.Jtrry ganic. I'(7yoj". mltnRowland Od..m Gfl Gr.1 I tlliuwlny:?Eenlltpetl| l potatoes, WI / VOTE fOR- ; ;
    I >ranklln ,awl.1Mike ;-Mc.IVwald : '1111111,iT..I.. C'U&o I Rrounil lost and !gravy, all'I:13': '
    63 Jesse !
    elbts Tlnl'r."n.llidy" I ,74 Bob Afcklni, Art nonshnw, I Uxl tile.I, with:" '3 .earh.liar 91; bones, ,sllct(! ,UnuUici' roll sod'
    II..RR. Paul Knrn.m Ace Reynolds I Pale logram'Ton\ Diili.v, hill apiece 1 with tfrianklln \kllllnt! Keddv'KllowlI IIJ2 I I butler, ehnoulal fiCOIt'hcfllUH, ''a'I II 'EARL y
    6? Glynn Want Andy Allan 71 I Harry Pwile Ham Hnmll-I,I a home nut, Joe" "W alhirford t Land & Williams EIi:: pint milk !
    $298HARDEEM0S! I John worth. Hoopor, .Luimle I IlolUuga- ton, Hcrbeit I.uks harry Taylor. bolted out 2 hill will PA'lrrll'omc; : ,uighdlad..Gams I i Fililiiy: ''Plantntion( ilinilcalc,
    I 74 -Tdlson Casey, Jim Webber, I David Johnaon.GranvlltoIBuraAat, !I Roth Williamson 141' candied ,,yams, baby green llmai,> FAIRCLOTH
    67 -John Guest, Jack Vann' Bill Green, Harry Snhlman David lUntctrer and Lee I Godwin ',.VI SltrUlDO 220 I I celery tlckki;.roU*,.imd butler, 'a,/, ,I'
    ; ; I John Baxter, Jeff Bowers, I 74 Ray Coldwtll, Bob Phln. I I getting hits for the,,Falcons, t,Utile''RM IS -.Dare Smith, Archie 'ATTORNEY GENERAL '-"
    Smith
    say, John Kelrscy LIne ScoreStag : IllKh,,, Scratch Bowlers -- -I
    i : I I |
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    E V Garcia 1
    I I 330 010-9: 0Faleonos .
    402'
    71 Joe Scaiboro Ben Groce, Carolyn Ituwland 174- ''' *
    {I ,Atlantic /Ave. 68 Bob Young, Ben Shin, : IUy.Landrcss, Tom Tilmsn, I I i 800 201 -0 (iigapp I.VI S-irlano 132-473 : iti ,A PRACTICING-LAWYER .
    i 'Perce Ent7mlngcr Newt Roberts and Johnson, Burgess and r.9-4"l' Laundry
    I Del Odom :
    .
    I T8 -' Ed Jones Carl Swanscn I
    69 BUI Melton Jim Clark, JiWimon POLITICIAN
    Ruth Williamson 222-451 NOT A PRACTICING
    David Nussbaum Ben Clarke i
    Burns Bailey, John Barnlak I Man Play Pains 70 L.' C' Shove,.Don Roberts. 1 I'I In another game between the I,Rith Willlnmson 149 Co iijl7tP? rated 1 .BORN. IN LEVY COUNTY. -.4'.ia' *- I
    Try' (Q""ffWI.d" .A Classified
    "y.18I11\IIIII"r"! \ Don Duwllng Try and Futcons'lhe Iwo' teams I Cnrolyn Hnwljnd lin; I Laundry and Dry
    '! to a 5.5 stalcmnto ns the Flrnnnr: Flint 147 \ .Univ. of Florida Law School Graduate. (
    : Slag sound 2 rum In the lust t tInning Cleaning
    to, knit the wore. i lets) In order.to provide more f"Ih., I Mrs.'Dorlu! Howard, .'Practicing Lawyer f for,,1 14 Years i'o(-
    I Lt 7, se'I Mike Conner Bib Thornlnn andRobert I the and bitter hooting for Iloilda. 'hlahner
    Jiiliiriitn E,;t the! time 'tag; skating Epnmmencsvta !
    lilt while David 1 Johnson, Jury I
    sr ,$ N'fPP, "-_ Jfeffotf Franklin and ,Mike McHon-ild led I 1 I .1 11th & Beech Streets
    the talcans with '2 hits apiece!. ,T..y.A $Classified 1 Paid 1'111111001 Ad Jcrlll't''''""!
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    Granvllle Burgess eta Cbllcclcd a --; -- ...
    hit for the Falcona

    ,hARRY POOiflDf3TDIOT Stag'Line I Score:300,000, 2-5 31 1!
    H.AVE'YOUYOIE'i"
    Falcons.702_ 010 0 -_ ,5 7'I I \ ) ?

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    FrS"N
    ; cn B hMwtlssmHERJDIBTIIICFsONE Hyacinth Control j

    r Clears 1 ,752.Acres''! Vote Today ;lor.the'Total! Performance.

    I
    #' .1 Of Water In 'March [
    1964 FORDS
    ..:k Now Serving -cm Honorable, :TALLAHASSEE .- A total of'
    1,752 sores of hyacinths and other

    Fair, and IRe pecta1iJe :First ;(Term linger noxloui exists aquatic due tor vegetation the ,!March ef-no,! HUN REDS :OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS -NASSAU COUNTY HAVE

    I' facts of the Game.and Freak Wat.I .,'
    1, I have.:conductedtnyself 'in a'manner in which er Fish Commission
    I hyacinths I :GIVEN ;]IT THEIR ,VOTE OF 'COtiIDENCE"We
    control crews ,
    lhQpe, you areiproud.! .1 I am''anxious; 4o'serve ,,you I .According to a report released'

    I again and I hope you agree .1 I am still! ,the best by V. W, Myers assistant. chlctj t
    I of the CommUsiona hyacinth con-l
    I qualified 'candidate. I shall continue to do my trot division the lijacinth caalrolierews .Have A :lot Full Of
    ,I sprayed approximately 1.752'I
    I part ttowardkeeping'good'governmentei'n; ; >> Nassau I scorn of \'tl! 'tatkoll l Imatcd in 27',I

    i County. ,:of bodies'March of water The spraying during the operation mantis::l
    e' Please vote required 826 gallons of chemical' Good Used :Cars To Prove! :It.
    : '
    which U mixed at a ratio ot one
    HARRY
    POOLE gallon of chemical to'im !gallons it4
    .,. .. ) rater or saber, C'1Ift'1f'dnulll, 01.UMjm I
    1 { hanks'; "COUNTY 'COMMISSIONER the siryiB\said, operation.that : In addition they by.1o'
    j D ONE awash. ewes ecewa ''pI'DtDIlL\ I
    DISTINCT
    Car
    More
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    I .I '. b PaOA PnllraJ'MrsfrOp 9"' "wrl errs"" (lately 313 bon cutiini;.\bt r t ;for LESS MO'NEYIWe !
    \, ,uais ooh whliTkalpr weed .ut I >r

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    sal I" I i 've {Already Marked Our :Ballots

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    .These: ,Are Our Top Vote 'Getters
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    '." a, !

    I i" ',,'.";'J; 0..:"..'r'-''. .r I. 1d 'r'7." .14.1 I 1959 Ford ;Pitkup :X '1 1963'I Rambler Wagon _X

    r: W- -H! 6 Cylinder, Auto. Trans.,

    IH I' I v.I Ton, Good ''Condition : '$6951 Retio and )Heater $2295


    : II X196'1 1 clkswagen X

    Physicians Whose .Names.Appear II IIIIII 196 Chevrolet Wagon i Convenient Sunf'rocf, ExcelRadio

    G Hcoter, 'Automatic '$12951 lent Condition
    .
    w Wish To Commend The "Board [1 Transmission r i I'1.962 Falcon X

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    .t959 Simco X r I 4.Do.or Sedan,.Auto rrrans., I ''
    of Trustees of -Humphreys Memorial I ._._ '_- $1295
    ;i :Good Econom 'Transporta" f;nod Condition I I

    tion -Tryhis: Today ;$250'

    .Hagpital: ,for The Efficient Manner In IEX.TRA S-PEtCtAl'

    '953 Ford :,1-600 .3 1 G4'Ford ;Demonstrators '

    "Which Have Conducted The I -!At Reduced-Prbces I x'
    T'he.y .Good CondltiantPerfect Cob.I I I alalc! II4Lhatrk ,
    j Seo'UsForSpe: : ial Price 1 Gaiaxie I -1.1Ioor Sedan
    1 Fair1ane: :ino Sport Coupe (Bucket'
    'Business of The Hospital. We feel Seats)

    --'III" r 1960 'Willis! tr4."I.e 8' :X 1.963 Comet ;'X
    ;: 4.11'heel'I 'hive '--"'-'-
    That The Services Offered The Cnnp ; h _
    r 1'hnn 10.000'lilts.! Original Iud : Rain: ; fi 'Ilenlcr wt ryr'wa4H+ ..nm ....,, M,. .../. ,w,''''wv. .. nn $995) glen" t7>> lower Steering $1895
    -<11v I Ilkenew..
    munity Ry IHumphiteys Memorial 'Hos-
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    .. STOP :'BY AND :SEE THE MEW .MUSTANGIT

    -pitcfl ',//kre-of The'HighestQuality.' /

    : :REALLY SOMETHING NEW .
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    I, ,I Register loday, Win .A New Mustang ..- ,FREE!


    .' '.. I I We 'Neell Mere Used Cars _I.Extra High Trades On Your Car

    : > ..aC1L..B..BRE'NJON.M.D.: .

    I II : 'This Election
    I :;During ..SpecialIASSERRE !
    ; J. BAYARD BRITTON, M.D.
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    ; I t DAN I EL'M. JACOBS, M.D.
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    I -. ,1 1 MOTOR ;
    I COMPANY
    ; .,, ,h\. '.': It. ,.. H DICKENS, JR., M.D. i
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    .t..i ., ., _
    ,I '. j YOUR FORD DEALER SINCE
    .i, 4.,, ... I' ", : iA I}ii .iu 1910 I

    Hi I ''Stop by and see Charles.Gene or Curtis This ..W.UkPage r

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    r I 'f\! ; '+.r.rntier, Fernivndina Wench, Florida) Thursday, April 50. ]39M!) rare Seventeen lion

    High-Lights Is
    ; N tf"rwr prevent the hag being! torn or \the\ Smokey Say:
    BY loud hemp! crushed.ie ,
    CAROLYN BREEDER ; of
    1 > I'oifee' ran should he
    in ospe-1 I willalas
    to help the Individual students. and I dally uselul III rearing cuolilm, .
    We were :bit glad to see Mrs \their parenn select the courses i w9royF a + cup cakes baked or IIUI'II '.bllkl'd @ Wf3fJWl1 ;::, d to
    Johnson ,
    Mr Powell' ) .. .
    and Mr. they will' tike In their freshman Zia ,
    neon ,, rolls. MI-WR or shelled peeani ,- or tin*
    their rcguhr bln'k'1tlIdny place morning In year. Mr. Cough.! will' return Wednesday It mull be well! In remember "' -7" : low.
    shoe a trip at 9 to dlacum .1 ,
    high
    a.m.
    to Miami\ Jo annul that round container nre not as r f' are
    a Teachers school .
    Coiivenlion. ffair lurthtv'The economical> In record to frecwr ) :
    Dramatics Club will present umftsew eQQ space tin those of rcctaiuiilursluipe. ) t Mrs
    Raymond Cough, principal I play entitled, "Trouble III the I ., Ji (If : Rev
    f of the high school Ct'llur", Friday at seventh pocket \ 1\\ M )f 1 elate

    ; y. talked briefly to There will be a small admission tQQpPft! Youtlifiil driven In'M had the ;' I't: .. and
    .' price of IDS. Your a e ) ; 1
    the eighth! grade. prl'sl'nee11\ .... accent record of any age group In 1 .
    l be A thus
    -I{ Monday: aboutreg'.lerlng j lIK I Ii' appreciated the I'nlled! Ftitct. Young/ men mid! l

    ; .next Homeroom Merit standing are I Ilo TPTE TIIK VOTE;! In Florida Dray. and Vllnm.Im women under age 25 represent l)
    ': Neat" Mrs. Ediin., date: Mrs. Pozega 105 Mrs. Dear Helen: Every 11I11al1d' I Uniiyiml Living In the only I ubuul I lb per rent I Pf |the) na
    S" )! 11 I e I d, giild.mce; Pisces 104, Miss Carpenter 102. thru you slronr.ly talk About cit Later Year You grt! (them hywriting tion's licensed 111'1\1'11. Yl'Ilwy\
    bl'lIhlllplu,1/ voting Soon ne'll be I : ; were Involved In more !than 2!') I percent
    rmmsclcr give Mr. IlnllmRswnrlli 98, Mr. Piccho.clnskl nccdini to hook sharp at cancl-)l.dall' la me at Ntillniml Senior all fatal accidents and in Be sure your smokes and
    or
    the student slips ,, 1)7) Mr. Lundy $4, Mrs. Center Leliltth, Acre, Ha. 111931: imparts ors out-dead Mil .:
    and rainualKD promises to
    ff'"I i oof1 ": more (him 20 per cent of all non-
    of Freshman Of. Johnson 61. Miss SI. Amint 4.i It'i luster If )ou enclose a KUnii-| 1VI :
    Are a Democrat or Republiein I
    uj. latal aieldcnli.
    : .. ;4 facings These are Mr. Tyson 41, and Mr Powell 23 e you out whom do you favor ed, null(-
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    I,,, ...rx a) for prCKldcnt and lorn! election? NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM:
    I low about telling in?
    F Write Helen' 111
    s I to Alpert National
    + LIONEL:
    Jd 1yR Senior Center LchlKh Acres. Flu ,.
    's
    Dear Lionel: How about NOT
    I I 33+:m. Ask the tree UK! ol + / M u '
    4 } 1.t, II'. set air fin me to try to In. I i booklet; l'n"r: with: : the comnll.menl : I I :;. 1 r' I Ia I ,,.. '
    h'N flurnce youVe'rn ill old enough 11
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    lo make our own diclnlonx 1 ThcrlRbt I I R 1 i
    this newspaper 1'lenie send astamped I
    ol freedom of choice It 111'1"1 Rclf-nddmxnl, 1 / I 1
    enveliipc.USES
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    Parl- class Thin, too, I Is abut I utrongIv f'I.
    Over
    movie I\f
    A from t the.technicolor) )
    t-ccne talk about! Do chat I do: III'
    Doritf Dai-James Garner and I'nlly l Bergen OF rOFFRK( ; CANS WITH ,
    inK, Marring: ten hard. hunk hard, examine,, all
    Thin", made may: he !nvtto.al the ILtn Theatre Sunday and csadidatea Determine which pro. PLASTIC TOPS: .

    IlIlOdl1ay: :\ :3 and \i"\: : \ mini they ran fulfill and whichare : Here are a few' tips Hut maybe
    ... -- -- of help to :
    pl-dreanm.| Talk lo the candidate you a
    I I (' p herever you car Anal)'" 1 (tat) the coffee cans are mode ol .
    e e' Tr cab At Hm'e; 1 o 0POGO their inuwfrn. Discuss| them In steel with eltTlrolytle tin ;plallnu. I I
    f I II
    : I your .club. ,,\Uh your family and I Tie| amount of tin used I It the us. / I
    Fold by K.I If for C ,wnor Compg,9n Fund n ... friend Then armed ell unl weight: bias till" type of purpose
    o-- --- -- -- IUD them when they belonR CO'II'j and the runs have no special lln., I Suburban Propane

    hot miracle of Democracy, tog
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    ':. ----------------1 WE voting booth! I tb The cans are safe to use h
    uaTTA
    cok$'
    for freezing food. .
    ) I MUNIC4T (trl) Dn not use the cans for storing / .
    Specals; This; Week 2 I I NO WORK BAS I or frer/lna foods with a very 71 ..

    SUPpOaT Dear Helen: I heard that Prrt. high nail content I.e., suit
    Johnson removed tho age barrier I I
    are OF THE pickles or sauerkraut.
    AA4E/UCAN/ against certain older ) Whun inlnu the can for

    *. IE:: We! have !Rom< well huilt two bedroom houses that we will move to anyplace': fOCETYfa GNCER/ True? ARKANSAS. 1I'0rkel'l'l I'd foods for which recommended all en I ,' ,,j Nodal bpullle Wa Aa/ '' ..
    tinrd can |III
    ...* place( in the County. These houses are located in J'I'nfl'i11a e in Firnnn- WeEGorTA Deer Arkaniost True. By Executive spul -I the (mid. first In a plnslle 70 pllon upully n. 1.

    *. rna. Roach. We will move them to your lot and nell them to you as I i.*, or\ Order, President L. D. freezing bag mid let the cnn serve abet for Inullt/d -..,rI'
    weJ EVERY SOOV Johnson made It official IT. S. I
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    .I repair) nnd remodel them to your own plans and satisfaction. Financing is wrrtttHE policy that contractors and ub- merely n a rltild container to .

    JJ: available in any part of the county. MCSSAGEI contractors who supply the gor.ernment SUBURBANPROPANE :E
    tm meat,, eras. age barriers I WIN WITH

    2. :-,:; We have one three bedroom home in Forest Hills with family, room nnd two G IE7n Jt l cannnt against employees.dlKcrlnUute Likewise in ,"Help they JOHN E. (Jack) tia ..

    ,,," This li viewed ai I ,
    Want ads
    ::.: bath!! FIIA financing is available and house can be bought for leas than vM glint step forward In the campaign MATTHEWS .

    : rcilaccmcnt cost, lo eliminate\ our present and I GAS CO. .
    :: ridiculous barriers! I Best{ Qualified For Governoi .1

    .... Paid put. .Ailv.Aulhcirlrm .. .
    hv CnmpitiKn Tr a ur i
    TOOTH BANK NEXT? I.Drar' I. --. -. --- ..
    PAUL 4'C. BURNS Agency ;w1 '' Helen: I hope you don't I" -- -- ..

    think I'm nuts, but I think Ire.I .
    k "; To curs more, glee more I member our newspaper' reporting
    RE.\L ESTATE ALL FORMS:\ OF INSURANCE '., AMERICANCANCER that some day we may have "tooth ..
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    and VOTE FOR AND ELECT .
    like eye-bank
    I bank* Jnxt
    311? South 8th Street, Phone 261-3606. I hlood-banko. Would you know .
    .
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    ::: '' d S i SOCIETYit : nlxiut thin? I hunted all over andrnn't I
    ,
    ,'. _. __ Oh ._. fund the clipping DENTURES. ..

    Dear Dentures: Don't daih to LUCILE KITCHENS
    ale. dentist yet! but you're right

    ; could all go up in smoke. In a forest fire, everybody loses-the farr ier, the industrial worker, A L'ulv.: has of perfected Michigan, tome dental tease.plaits surgenn -. .. t

    : the sportsman, whoever benefits from the products of trees (and that means all of usA) fire means to vie the third molar, or
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    : htgh'r? c'ostlftoo.; for'ihe'thousands'of' everyday it 'm't' whose basfcmaterials!: coma from trees. for"wlsdm I no.good Uoih"flat at molar replacement, In III* SUPER V'SOR-' OF REGISTRATION( 1

    .. That's why we maintain special equipment) and crews and work in close partnership with the State month Darn trouble la ",'. beep _

    and Federal Forest agencies in preventing and fighting fires-the greatest enemy of the Southern experliuentlng guinea I plgi. The on banisters banuler'i and de. .

    .. woodlands. CONTAINER CORPORATION OF AMERICA lc | Fernandina Beach, Florida velnplng teeth are hnnUr bigger NASSAU COUNTYThe
    than the head of a pla. DrawbackIs
    that this does not exactly parallel /
    .'. I't J" '.. ," .'. ..... r, & 1, .'" ':' ; ';' i*, the brbuvlor' I human.. 1 I
    i /. ,. >t." b tg' '" eZ; .I'I' 1 J"... ". .. f.r;, .O. \':'i\i:'. ", ." ",1: tooth. They need lo get la dtnluldimensions .1
    .. ., .., ,, <; t
    \ II ;' I t 1..Jot' fr w {&' ; of monkeys or, best of /.
    \ ""W.-v* l all. people! Sal people. would ...
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    \ : >.:M i' : ::i ralhl'r I purl with a kidney than best qualified, ./
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    I 1; : k I o<-irrj) Helen: Do you know any.thlna
    who
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    'I "t : 'I +about orchid growing? May r i
    'ti* Ttiijvv \'t r \ be I could aril them I commerciallyand .1

    t' : Nd ,make some money? has served for
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    ., q, # Jt! \ .; ) ? II', a blooming bnbby every I II '
    ; try
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    'or, \ ,' 4. ., ... J \J ; "" where! You'll, find pets of ,friend. .
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    I d -{ oj. t I. r .' rN "'. l. oR 1"'. !" .. '1 elation, the American Orchid' No- "J""r' Food Fair Sctzcrs .
    duty, Botanical Mweiim at N"- /.
    < I I luriil History. Cambridge MUM. 1

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    \ Denr Helen: I don't agree/ with .w .
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    } your answer 1 to 1 Whitney the career r; ; happy:
    "U l fl <4n ie I
    IR j : 'I womnn. She noiindu a* If ah(/ .

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    m ..., 4 :\\"t. : > '. 1; : : d lti." her daufililor'a/ friends, ) to serve you as your I.
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    ... "' :.. ':'" 'U t' ".. 'f.It' .! ": ..'( i Iinliel: I sent your letter, I
    ", .. ,' \\ :, .. ,i1.I. JlI. ,':- i >" unsigned', lo Whitney, lo think Supervisor of .

    .... .. '!'. .} ', I.of ;( J ,' .: .: about You made excellent' points! ,
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    ., ,1 FREE BOOKLETS Registration.LUCILE .
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    .... :\" : ,',> .'" =! .,, Dear) Helen: What booklet w. ,
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    ,, l\, '( ,' 1<" you offer free with the compll-
    ti ..: menu of your column/ ? At the
    : :.. J : ,; .' .n. >"" : hot torn ol your column every
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    week the newspaper runs an announcement ; KITCHENS if elected l Supervisor of Registrar ,
    as
    your
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    f T 't"T' r { :- MR. JOHMSOV.! tion will devote full time to the job
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    ; ,,,', I :ft. ., It} $ '*' ) ; #, :A.INI'w. ., 'i;'. Dear :Mr. Johnson: 11'. for real .

    ... ; t... 1 "'.... t '. "\ ,! :r.'h,1''k You gel a 3-page list of booklet. Work constantly to try to g3t everyone to register. .,
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    $ ; !, ,:C .. ..; You checkbrae of special Inter' .
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    'ItJ : sal I tfl yes and these. are promptly Will that will be welcome to visit the 1

    'a \f- ,:.. '.t,. t"lJ .F. 1 ;; .l: # mulled In you. Rome IHIes adds 0 assure you everyone .
    Tip for the Older Driver Ma- Registration office.
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    ; .,t ," ..':, 1' ," .' lure VUlon and Its Care Ha ,
    :. I/I/ ., ; >,4ui""Ii .. ,vi'." T'... ..... :.. ''i'.: ..", You've Out High, Shoed. Pressure Will give every resident courteous and efficient service II

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    Abed Florida Retire. 1
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    ( {W.RI, i R,5 : .k" y6 ells \, r tI1:1: : mend What It Cost to Live- I want everyone to always feel l free to call on me at any :,
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    If elected I working
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    W t.f3 k l ,:' '. ; DOZIER & GAY hours for the benefit of the people.
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    pleasure to meet in Nassau County course
    r SM-iii / everyone ,
    tA5S3nS35 jg EVERY NEED
    :: ;v- 'r; < ; :. FIR\ impossible, so please accept this advertisement as though I were .t
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    rage Eighteen News-Lendcr, Fernnmlma Beach, Florida Thursday April 30, 1964
    !. I 3:00;: p.m., In the school office. 2. Vaccination: to. pr )It'm '
    Yulcd
    and PorcHti"iJrgedTo male
    Savings LoaF"Mortgages f Documents For Your child may enter school In I pox
    News From Atlantic Avenue Playground, supervised Register Child September If he or she will be six 3..vPJiXhcrla imiimufrm
    3:30.5:30 Dun "
    play : : p.m. At Peak Social years old on or before the first Schick lest which hat pros.,
    Nanney, mute 1 1st Grade 'ur
    .
    Security Entering day of January This Is the State child Irfimune.
    I The Rec Center FRIDAY MAY 1st. '. Law Open house will be held I ,
    Parents'In'the Yulee school area I"
    i. During March 64 Benefits Listed Parents registering their chll. May 13, for those pure I scat
    Nutrition School. In the Auditor with children! entering the first .. children who have
    : dren for the first time must pl't' CO'pIL"j!
    lum al 10.00 grade lit September are requested
    1 BY SANDY Pc-SAN DUO a m to latratlon.
    ORLANDO, FLORIDA ,Con. cnt written evidence In regard
    Sub Tern Club In the Game Roomat R B. Donaldson, district man. to register their child during the
    I TIIIRSDAY: APRIL 10thPlayschool Fun Club In the Auditorium at 7:15: p.mI tinning on a path which Coijrf load I seer of social security In Jackson. two-week period of May 4 through I the following:
    330 pm I Teen Club Executive Meeting In I II to i record year In 'mortgage' vllle, asks: "Are you planning 15. Hours of registration will be 1. An official birth certificate or Classifieds
    In the Game Roomat Adult Beginner Ballroom Dance the Conference Room at 7:30: p.m. lending, the 131 ..Ivlngl'Ind loan retire soon? Do you keep Monday through Friday, 9:00 I.m. reproduction Pay Off
    9:30: am, Carolyn Vlzcatrondo, association I In Florida l r off Inquiring about -- -- -
    i Class In the Auditorium I at 8 00' p Tcrpslchorean Club Dance inI I : your t"1 -
    i 78,138,0001 I
    adult leader !m? Mr and Mrs. Gil Becker: Instrs: I the Auditorium at 9.00 p,m. record March high of '$ security status T If so, do
    In the Conference In loam closed ,,.
    Sewing for Beginners Cub Scout Pack No 171 In the Men and Boys' Health Club In know what documents will
    Room at 2:30: p.m", Mary Game Room at 7:15: p.mI the Health Club Room, day and In releasing title Information, needed when you apply Don't t depend I
    Harrison Home Demons!ration evening I William D. Hussey. Executlv*\Vice on your neighbors recollcc- ELECTL.
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    Agent, Instructor I Men and Boy Health Club In President of the Florida Savings tlon of what he has asked for -
    Adult Ceramics in the Art Roomat Ihe Health Club Room, day and SATURDAY: MAY 2nd and Loan League, reported: {hat his situation may not apply to "
    S:30 p,m. Hank Sides, Inslr. iel'enlnir.I the March total of loam ".closed you"
    Teen Te'mils Class at the Atlantic I I surpassed the previous March high HIGGINBOTHAM
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    Resolve
    Avenue Don Caldwell Tennis Inslr Courts at 9.30 a.m., of $71.BUS.000 let In 1963. l..t I jour eventual today retirement to prepare and for Inquire .
    Ai of the end of the flrsljj quar.
    before -
    -
    you retire
    i Adult Tennis Class at the Atlantic her of 1164, total loam clued by | will Generally '
    need
    you the
    following:
    Avenue Tennis Courts at 10:30I : theRe thrift and home owhershlpnslitullons I
    I I 1. Proof of your age. .
    a.m., Don Culclwell, Iiwtr< amounted to $208J48. :
    Historical Society In the Con. 000 which surpassed the $\M340.. 2. Evidence of earnings If you : COUNTY isle
    LET'SREELECT ft re'nee Room al 1:15: p.m. I 000 total for the tame pceoA( In work for wages, your Form W 2 ,
    I Birthday Party In the Game Room 1963! It was In 1963 when t lh4 ,Sav. Withholding Tax Statement, for1the ; '.,",,,\.r', I
    : I at 2:30 p.m. ng* and Loan A.eoclatlon" In year before you apply: if you ( ::.. -
    f fI Teen Club In the Game Room at I Florida closed a record $Jl4J25.. have your own business, a copy of '
    '
    7:30: pm 000 In loans your complete Federal Income tax ,' COMMISSIONER 1 '
    :Men and Boys' Health Club In Hussey. reported that JS5101. return for the past year and the : $ ;
    I I the Health Club Koom, day and 000 of the loan. closed during 'the'irst 1 cancelled check showing payment w"s* i n f'
    I evening quarter of the year went for of the social security tax will be : +w .,A, :
    a the financing of (358 new needed !
    I j SUNDAY: :MAY 3rd ng units In the State dwell.1 3. If your wife Is applvlng al tin- '"' DISTRICT /
    A e! I Lutheran Chinch Meeting In the Savings were also on same time, she will need proof of .
    Conference Itonm al 11:00 a.m. crease as the associations report her age s
    ed an Increase of $88230000( In Plan to make application at
    4 MOM\V M\Y 41h.I March which was the largest increase least 60 days bcfoic your ad mlretiicmcnt ,
    I for a single month since, If you hove any doubts
    I Ceramics Class ( 9.11)) In the FULLY QUALIFIED
    7HUBERTN. ages March of l'M3 when savings Increased about getting the proofs you will\
    II I Art ItiHim al 3:30: p.m., Hank by $73.443,000. need, your social security representative .
    bides, Inslr As of March 31, 1964. total ttav.Ings can help yon nsoho
    I Adult and Teens Ceramics In the In Florida Savings and Loan these well ahead of tin limo your
    I Ceramics Room tit 7:30: p.m. Hank Association amounted to $4.432.. first check Is due.RralOn SUCCESSFULLY OPERATED OWN BUSINESS FOR THE PAST
    I .
    VANZANT Sides, Inalr.Juyeees 000000
    In the Conference Room for Sale TWENTY-TWO YEARS.
    I at 8:00: p.in. Special Wine License
    I IPSWICH, England, LOUISVILLE Advertisement
    over
    oppos.
    Island Squares Club In the Auditorium
    Member Ilion of the 20 local liquor stores, In a newspaper: "FOR SALE:
    For .
    : Buccaneer at 7:30: Coin p m Club In the magistrates will lit Giuseppe Jaccc.buccl Complete set of encyclopedias! ; PAST PRESIDENT POULTRY ASSOCIATION SEVEN YEARS
    never used,
    operate I shop selling my wife knows every
    I Game Room ut 7:30: p.m. "
    BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION i Men and Boys' Health Club In the Chlantl growing and other Italian Italian colony wine here.to thing MEMBER FLORIDA EGG COMMISSION FOUR YEARS.

    the Health Club Room day and WASHINGTON, A bank fall''

    District No. 2 (Hilliard) evening Atlantic Avenue Playground sup- Atlantic Avenue Playground, sup ure In the Southwest has left the Your Vote and Support Appreciated
    government holding a $100000
    ervlsed play 3:30.5:30: : p m Don ervlsed play, 3:30-5:30: : p.m., Don
    Nanney Instr.TUESDAY I Nanney, Instr.WEDNESDAY, mortgage on a thriving bawdyhouse

    A TRUE REPRESENTATIVE FOR YOU : MAY' Sib i MAY 6th. federal official. admitted
    They hastened to add that THANK YOU! L. F. HigginbothamPaid
    AND YOUR CHILDREN FOR HONEST Playschool In tho Game Roomat Ceramics Class (ages 1214)) In the government dues not own the
    AND EFFICIENT SCHOOL GOVERN. 9.30 am, Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, the Ceramics Room at 3:30 p.m.. business simply the mortgage
    : adult leader Hank ,
    I I Sides Instr. and that they are trying their Political AdO'ePlI..melll
    ME NT.of Sub Teen Ballroom Dance ClassIn Adults and Teens Ceramics Class damdest to get t rid of It. -
    I, Jhe Game Room at 3:30: p.m., III the Art Room at 7:15: p.m., ___- -- -
    Sandy DeSandro Instructor Hank Sides, Instr
    I Teen Ballroom Dance Class In Men and Boys' Health Club In
    the Game Room at 7:30: p.m., Sandy 'he Health Club Room, day awn I
    8 Years ExperienceYOUR I DeSandro, lnslr.Barber.hoppere, evening
    Atlantic Avenue ,
    Playground sup
    In the Conference
    Room at S.00 p.m.Palnnng ervlsed play 3:30.S:3O: : p.m., Don NASSAU COUNTY
    Nanney, lnslr.TIIVRSDAY :
    for Leisure in the Club
    :. VOTE AND SUPPORT Room at 7:30: p.m. : MAY 7th.Playschool ,
    Standard First Aid Class In the
    ., Auditorium at 7:30: p.m., Sandy In the Garno Room at ,
    APPRECIATEDPaid DeSandro, Instr,' 9:30 a m., Carolyn Vlzcarrondo, .
    Men and Boys' Health, Club In adult leader \ LET'S .4 ) :
    Political Advertisement \i the Health Club Room, day and Adult Ceramics Class In'' the Art '
    I evening. Room at 330; p,m., Hank Sides, I
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    --- -- -- "'-- : -- -- --- Instr .
    : Scoutmasters' Roundtatble In the .
    0 Conference Room at 730; p.m.' I

    ; : c. "Rudy"" RUTISHAUSER I the evening.Men Health and Boys Club Room Healt 'day.Club" and In I SUPPORT.and" ELECT


    Adult Advanced Ballifom 'Dance .., '
    Class In the Audltorlui i at 8:001; I tii
    : p.m", Mr and Mrs. ( 11\ Becker ,
    Instrs r
    Candidate for Birthday Party In the Csm Room
    at 7:15: p.m.Atlantic ( I A PROVEN DOER & GO-GETTER !
    Avenue Playground!.! sup-
    ervlsed play, 330.530: ; Jp'n","Don
    Nanny, Instr

    CounlyCommissioner I !_' .'.', '' .

    HAYDON BURNS

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    A Service Your Doctor at/ Uclicint, !
    Your Local Medical) E i
    Society and tl"
    Hornl iledicil, Allocution.REDUCING arptF
    DISTRICT ONE

    _" arc It no l is many not surprising overweight ADVICE( that persona them 1 't HE'S OUR NEIGHBOR I Ib9 :

    1-- in the United butcs Having the '
    11 highest level of economy in the.
    1 : world l, it follow that we arc the '
    Rulishauser will be a more effective County Commissioner bent fed people in the world. HE'S OUR FRIEND I
    1 Ins situation has led, unlorlun- t :
    itchy, to ingrained habits of sclfmdulgcncc .
    than any of the other candidates. :; I
    Our high standard of living It I
    I accompanied by a high death HE WILL DO MORE
    Rutishauser has the best record of accomplishmentsvaluable rate from Incases and conditions .
    brought oUlind aggravatedby ,
    excess fat It i.i otimitcd I
    to Nassau County. that a JO percent increase in
    weight before the middle yearsIncreases FOR US! :
    ,
    the potential death rate
    Rutishauser is the most knowledgeable candidate on an It much is not as easy 7a to to 80 1 lose percent weight, I

    for must pculla and the desire

    Nassau County problems and ways to solve them. to the do pcr so>on must. Generally come frem speaking within, ,r; *

    other people| seldom sell an over
    Rutishauser has conducted the weight mdiMilual on the fact
    most forthright
    that he or she khould reduce. Hut .
    \\hen a woni,in decides to reduce BUILD A BETTER
    mill the objcctuc! of increasing FLORIDAWITH
    campaign. I her own attractiveness, result
    are usually I obtained The overweight
    I bu.i iiic Hiii: in ;is seldomresponse
    Rutishauser doer
    is a political not a promiser. I to the pleas of his
    wife and family tint he reduce,

    Rutishauser has assured every voter of this County cussed but when in the terms problem of efficiency is dis-

    rates of depreciation of body

    that the motive which prompts him to make, this race mechanism, he is more and tables hkely of to lonncvity coop. 'i ';

    crate I HAY DON
    j Fur reducing, many physician. BURNS
    does not come from the outside, or from the urgingof in recommend protein and a natural low in diet carbohy, high

    drates however, it is Importantto ( I
    my friends. But instead comes from a burning desire should note be that dealt each with persons individual case

    I ly, to rule out possible complications i
    of my heart to sent the citizens of f this I ur other causes of ex.
    repre ,'' cess fat 'I'Ins is why the over I A Proven Executive Administrator
    weight person should consult his I
    county honorably and wi ithoul fear 0 r favor of any I reducing physicnn: :, diet'before undertaking\a


    special group, faction, clique or individual. overeating 1'he to accepted in medical most of persons cause extern fat, producing.of..according escrowweight is the.. Who Will Apply Business To GovernmentPaid


    Your Vote and Support On May 5 Will Be Appreciated. j best foods way But known they add to avoid.e. the liking veiy; I I

    off excess weight i< nut to idcU t
    Paid Political Adv I
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    Short Course This annual rrahiina) meiflng Isf' I News-Leaue i', runaiulnm Hi-iuri Florida i_ Thursday! April SO, 19C1 Page Nineteen
    Now conducted by the Florida Institute I ".; Temporary ClosureSet --
    Underway At v
    lur Lontliuilng!! Unlurklly Studios On Waterway I Illhul Spllll whllll III'd: Ml'llaicluirnnce ( Organizational Meet Init, May 21st, In tho 'Recreation
    O'Leno State Park and the H>rid. Institute of Park of 95: feel IIbllI1l1'all ("('nllr', Conference Room, at I
    Personnel Inc. In cooperationwith Near Brunswick high water and 1\6.8 11'1'1lb TALLAHASSEE, April 24 the Florida Park re ,
    for) Service mean low walir Shelliw d'all1"| -
    Ida Park Service f I The Stale highway IXpirtmint Cub Scout Den Here Jim SnvrM, district executive' or'thc'
    rangers from The
    allover course Instructional) staff eels may also use I the unmarked''
    the stale will be of, Gent; gin& will ix-ifunn\ rmirRen.cs ( lli\' Seoul of America willIe
    tin !
    intending Im.ludu mute around bndM!: lrthrough
    the 15th Annual Park Short university faculty memo mainlennnec work on Ihl'lr1'1'- I'J.IIISlrt'i timlirwM, for the' present' to give a desLrlptioool
    Ccursi lilllo X.ilillj Riser JUIHV
    at O'Leno Stale Park ben mid national leaden In the Iknl lift bridge mrons Jekyll l"imain/ of i new cub wont dmin I Hit I M-iinilnj( program and to
    near High blulf Cork and UiuiihWKk liner
    Held of parks and Cieck, section of the Allanllc InIraeoaslal till' .''lmII I,Im on Cub' SciuNnif
    Springs April 27 through May I, '' recreation A fixed bridge atloss Mil v Kit II c( mm'mllThin line pro.
    According to N EuMillir: \ Wal/'r ay, near Bnnu.I There will be a discirsslon, follow
    Jr" pi Cmk hue a hand ntnl ikiiuiuc/ lirin In ohms to all boys flan
    T4ctor. y, I One patient Is being! saved s I, (Vmirkuuy I",wick' Glynn nature County of the Georgia wink The willmirimllule of 50 feet mid a veihcal cleiiriuuiof '' 111:1'1: 8 to II. TI"'l'rI" ill he an or. inn the|. piojrim All .{.+,jprcnls. Ire1IIII'Ih'd.
    Attending from this area will bej; every three minutes In the United \18 h'1| otiose iman high wilier 11.11I11,111. yr keeping\(' draw'spun \iu( are nuked to rmtiut Mrs
    the following: s and 25 Kit above' 'hm \\011'1'\'
    I States Midi if this Is the result In rliibid' pmitlon fur thru period 1'111'1111 (Jill), on Thursday even.Anyone Jury Similar, 261 l'StUU, or Rev
    'I section of USC A OS Unit No1.N2
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    Superintendent G N. Becker, of a glowing'; research, education lot three ,
    Ranger C I. I and I'f\ice churl to ronliol i dais rainThe ,, \ hid bun pi tod on II\(' re- Ilimnii'l Iniiin, 2(1( -;ill 14. "and relate
    McKcmlrie, and Park i can In'
    ventral lift spit will be serve side ol this noiuc, hhiwlng( Inli"K'si In this and
    Attendant Janus II ccr Help slop up (he cine rate by desiring' IIIflll'1I1.11111n on your t Irogrum:
    E. purrUh j closed position' during the follow.
    Allof ,
    the locution .
    of I the J 'k II Is] mil
    supporting!! the American Cancer ) tin uiHiiihiiixR to attend\ the
    liilim if tin woik miy rail your :
    lug periods at 6
    Ft Clinch I Kiiimenimg a mon
    Slatg ark
    Society April Crusade IlrkiM1!: mid tin bypass muU "
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    27 April Ihru 29 April: 1 May |: Jekyll Mimil I.ecu; a. i mi"'i'link in M iv 2NI
    a llu'u 3 May and 5 May Ihl'u 7 M.iv,
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    I 'The d'al8110111, will be opt'rational 5
    on 30 April and 4 May fir the
    Vote, For and Elect passage!: of imlgiikm!: and risume ELECT
    normal opiration on 8 Mav, I II 1

    | During the lK'rll1ds of kwire. :
    : J. F. (Johnnie) i F navlkatli may pass under the I '
    D P. BRADDOCK
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    DISTRICT: THREE IN CALLAHANBUSINESSMAN 5'i' t


    HEK'l Mil'IK'S Ojtlxiprd Sties: wire well rvoicsrnled : i
    : A BusinessmanWho r- recently ;,it Rainbow! iprlnf. lloruli I during the( ()MIC tr :

    Stern P*>4 dcmonslrnlion Hi; >. islcniiv I ; to Rim I'ir-
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    ... I Is Concerned, ker, Our ''stern frheA Manager, *\l Ird l feilures of the ONE B tl

    With The Problems r ',' new ml fire (left to ritht) Nino White lltilhite, t
    I .limioMtc. \\hifv.iindMis.. ,Sllene White. J
    e .. of the Peopleof 1 -- '

    This County ,I 9 '1 1A LEROY BERRIEFOR Debt R RESPONSIBLE 5

    Man Who Has i consolidation ,

    ,:, .. Studied and Is i Supervisor of Registration, Nassau County is'still one AABLE 5s,

    Familiar With 1 of the best waysto
    NewS: mon" MIO\; r>:ittiF.MW : :. ovslir slull My friends me (he I II
    The Duties of I SlPffcVNMt: Ol KH.Is.TRAT10N : kind I IIIal In nit forget!: and( tiny i "clean up" D DEPENDABLED '
    I
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    NASSAU ( OINTVMy \ forget( me on May 5lh -
    1'11111:1:::: : : old bills.
    A County : liumlft turd liuili and Ndsunu Conny dorm I 01'111'/1'1/ mid Nissmi Cuunly
    Commissioner. I' Oil II Urnv Dirik. I urn In a wheelchair I
    ( At tills lime, I. Leroy licirlcwish I DILIGENT
    My oppi' 'm'ins arc running
    to express my sincere thanksto i
    I urn Mini Him Then can be but
    ".... '7'A Man Who Feels That With His Business you for the heart-It It warmth I urn winner In Ills run, and I .and thtQ
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    received wjnt In hcn the ballots A C Finance Corporationstill 0-
    that I In your homes BOYI
    ExperiencHe Knows You All, The Farmer everywhere I went It looks as arc all counlid, whin the absentees ha*one loan of the plant best Every.consolidation OWNER OF PROPERTY
    are all In, will find that n
    The Businessman The Housewives and though the sun will soon shine In I you thing it handled on I timpll-
    UK' Mislcr up above chow LE. .
    both my luck and front cliors tied bill,with the payment
    The Representatives of The Industries In My prayers are lor my ippoiunU ROY BPRRIF TO WIN" "* t.rml.ear.d to suit you end C COOPERATIVE I
    In this rare for SipuxUor of Registration I am the gerund U In column your pocketbook.
    Our Communities. Mv opponents. are all three on your ballot, If I amolultd
    very fine able.bodied men and and I have every reason LOANS UP TO $600 :
    In Ixllou' thai I will bi, KKIND
    l'I'kd'l
    Some of them I have
    With This Knowledge He Sincerely and I known women for *' HO,'time. I pray that by the )largest!: popular majority i G A.C.FINANCE- i
    will earn be given uric ever last fir a Native Sm of .
    they prsllionomuch <
    Respectfully Solicits Your Vote and Active I Kci n/indina Deul'llJlld Nassau
    Support. are running hiKluf for Hum I hate the found one they tint Cnunlv, I, YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON MAY Sift

    I so many, many more people I do believe Ihal the great Anil
    thromhout Nansiiu Ciuntv lemcmbir Heel up above put I the ramp inji I
    me since early chldhnid&hptch1ly i lie rural heave cspedillv fir me. 301 Atlantic AvinmFirntniliiti WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
    J. F. Johnnie i
    ( ) CLAXTON Inch Fltrldi
    do they renumber tin III' could Just as well have hillt Tsltphlnt 2SUSI1
    years that I I. Leroy Burk, rode steps whdl would have RUk'dOH | ,I kio
    Puld P lltlrul Advertlwment around Hinimllna in a goat wan .' LIMITS to me. I am asking nvi encrflifl.higkY11tf Paid "I-,,Him) \,.IvJl .-, '

    --- -- <,n when the streets were made of you:: I tlu.: valern to( use to tills give raqip mi .I the so .that;opiportunily ; ,y.- .......---.- -.... iI.... ....

    ''I. Leroy Berric, may I raise and I
    cdueale my little son, David now I .


    1 FRED 0. Bud D CKINSONis.the the two I am and dillies well a of half qualified thin years of flie old to as perform your,,I Can You Afford Another !

    Supervisor of TIiRlslrullon' In a i I
    manner rcn11I1I1l'rll upon, the ,
    Integrity of you the camera of fcr- '

    :. man k County nandma, Beach, and all of Nassau I Legislature Like That Of 63?

    type
    .
    I reside at 111 So, 5th, St with' .
    my wife ViidlH, and Kiln David, .
    hire In IMrnnmlina Ilinh The Here is what it cost -a
    you <
    .
    Nassau Countyand ; i old home xleiid my father brought
    > '
    shout' 1 Ietn: I was born In Urge-. i
    kirk;:: Cii< rlo( and room l1 CAR AND TRUCK LICENSE TAG INCREASE 1 \
    nuniliin alien f WIK only 5 n I l -':
    I This Money Went To General Revenue Fund Not ,
    old, I'crnaiKliiia heath an ;.*
    anils if Nassau County hosil i'\ld) For Schools.t, 'I
    ways ben In my shoes, It .

    All Florida Needs Ami proud Ma,to"My dill Gulden hiinjndlnj'Hi", Doaca 1 1t'4, CIGARETTE TAX INCREASE ,03 (Three) CENTS ",C ; I

    my In nit (nun. i PER PACK. This Money Went To Municipalities ;, i J

    for I am asking yuu tin voters of and State. Not For Schools
    I rmimliiid Beach. )'ulu, allu-

    han County' llilliniri for the and chance all of In NJSNIIII mrvu 5% HIDDEN TAX ON SPORTING GOODS 1' y

    Governor you as your Sup' rvlsi r of Reiiliitratli Everything From Fish Hooks To' Baseballs, Deleted '
    n of :Nassau County
    I want to urge!: you the voter, Commercial Fisherman, Let Little Man Pay i
    etch end to do
    your
    everyone
    HEAR DICKINSON WEAK duly on May 5th, Go to the polls I BEER AND WHISKEY TAX INCREASE '

    TONIGHT( APRIL ao! Dickinson 1 Is A Man /and Vein, Vile for the enmlld.ileif

    ON (11V.VNU.: ; IJ -_ 9W:: TO 1 10 I'.M. of f I Integrity American. your choke hirllnue!, It/ In pall your for great in, ONE DOLLAR INCREASE ON FRESH WATER FISHING LICENSE.

    the Held of balllc, votisltnidi '.
    AIL! DAY 1RO\I! )('.\ST MONI\Y(() 1 ( Leroy so lltrrii I I UNFAIR BUILDING CODE FOR COUNTY ( Killed In Senate, ) ',

    STAY 4, FROM DICKINSON( I OR Who Will FurnishCapable Paid I'olilltal/ Adv, |
    GOVERNOR()( HI\i: ()<)H'umiis' --- ---- -- I
    BY SIA1IONI'U) LeadershipDickinson Alxiit 1110,(KM Amiridiiif will I In GEORGE H. DORSEY
    unveil' from tamer thin year Why
    Research luau divilopid' new and
    : hitler mi"I hods of diiui'mN: and ;:

    Favors 4-Laning U. S. 17 and The Continuation I Inatniinl The public In iitriinIntjly Believes In Economy and Tax Cuts He Will Introduce A Bill To Repeal
    : aware of tin Impi itiiiii of
    : :
    I
    un. annual health liiikup ui airiUUion I Auto-Truck Tag Increase He Will Oppose Sales Tax Increase He
    death (from
    of Highway Al 1 A. He Also I Favor? EnlargingThe ( Die American efiitist Ciinur Sucle.cano I
    ty nudi your support III lonlinm Will Work To Get On The Education Committee He Will Represent All, :
    I
    and enlarge Us lift.saving! pro ii I
    Welcome Stations On U. S. 17 and U. S.1 1. service trams of to rmiarih putlinls, educatIOn and Not Just A Select Few He Will Oppose= Any Tax Increase On Drugs and :

    Medicine He Will Work To Get On The Forestry Committee He :
    I

    Dickinson Has The Endorsement of The Senior! Citi- Will Work To Get On The Fresh and Salt Water Conservation Committee. :..



    zens of Florida.He YOU ONLY CAN VOTE FOR AND ELECTa!




    Is A Proven Friend of The School Teachers. PREVENTFOREST GEORGE H. DORSEY !


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    Vote May 5 For FRED 0."Bud" DICKINSON'.' FIRES I STATE REPRESENTATIVE t I


    sanely
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    AND ONE SUNSHINE STATEPaid j Able Representation For All :' j


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    'Twenty' \\tuLciukj:\ :', minimum\ }fiuuh: l-'Jchla .N "hll1'; (''ur. t1 :r11'. Ga.1D0High t ., t
    '_ Students Conduct Iutaff, ai they (fatcj/ ; what U telwel raw pieukute of a iliaiice to built lu Hit' (,Loiwly: to i< bo 8" liuauud: HJJ
    bow much: when, how long how with school lunch personnel At year.
    I Echoes. Reports From Washington: School In Annual'j j many, etc Mr. Susie Thorns. tile same time they were lavlud Since It was Student Day, there

    School? I I Day At Milliard I maaager* Job, ,reports and performed the studouls professionally didfin : to view' received an award for which Hllllard Mr having. Tho.mas .' were student teacher I U each

    ? TYSON Dy Rep D. U. (Billy) Matthews! Milliard High" School lunch ream' nerved IK)'f of their pupils a Type i I classroom. This Ji an annual event

    Excitement was running high call After devouring numerous I APPROPRIATIONS BILLS Community Mental Health Center .I was under new management !Mon: Throughout toe Bay' as tcachar A lunch this school year la Hllllard and one' In which teacher .

    Thursday due to Hit distributIon r liamburgfrs, everyone gathered *. I day. April SI, Just for the day. It bid I break, they,went to (he kit- Although! : other school camel 1 and pupil alike share enthusiasm ...
    oT Hill yean annual, I the 1904 PI. around a campfire to listen tofuUur I I 1. Appropriation for the Depart. I do believe, however, that the l.a* quite an experience, acco'd-' chea for let where they hud the lisp, Hilliard wa the only cue ,
    Hhltey Hoflnn' sing and i meat of Labor and Ikallh, Edii Mill to a Junior, June --- n,
    approprJaU represent President AJIInun.! whoI ---- ---
    RATK The annuil. U probably! : I culion and Welfare, aud related I
    The ended ,
    play isle gullur party Johnson) "i philnsnpliy of noltlliiK' Una aislnicd la planning! propar.
    m one ot I the best! ,ni in's fur fiscal lUfi: The I I
    I 1IIIit
    with 'Suioky Slorlts', told by Mr I I year use Una' Insofar III posslblo ui all) lug/ and serving their ftjie "I
    ever puMishwl alF ( j House has paused the Approprlitlons ) ot lunch by Itobrrt Elliot, I Ij :
    Wood our appropriations Tommy
    n, II 8. Many Ralph Dear Voter
    for
    Dill the Departnuitt 0// :
    '
    I The National IimtlUitu ot IklUhI'GJr.1YIA Mclnlciih, Jackie Crews and a
    luuuks la I lie edjinr I The Key Club sponsored an 10.1'I 14'mr and IIi'aJUi. Fducullon and j Johnson, Sonja '
    were given approxlmat.
    Ted u'r'l noel RlnglnlPIII'IY/ Mnndiy Welfare, and related agencies, for the mrnu Nassau County is large and ;
    : fly. |1 billion for thus next vcim was in clabnrile one: a grow- .r
    mil 1 III* RlnlfSulnnljy Fiscal Year I'MIS! In the amount
    at (the !high! silwol cofeterlarThu bnrbecurd chicken,
    Invettincnt In health reseircn and I potato/ salad,
    night, of la,9 Milan $ff.2 billion was appnprilled creamed ing county with a voting population of
    1 District Ham'ball Tourna-; training It I li of tremendous IlItl.r.pd peen aid carrots, le Lure
    ho( M'nlur trans mont game as:ilnst Pjluika for the IXparlmuit oS, to note some of th most >!unflcint \. and 'tomato/! salad, bread, butter, : over 7,000. As you can see, it would be
    Ik'ullh DlueiUon and Welfare
    trcuUd
    wu to I ,
    milk, and clunamoa .
    research Rains for the postyear roll*
    a cook.nut el Crun. tiled lor'TueMluy wan '.1'bCd.I'l and $;;ISO million for the Department whlih have been nnnonnced I The ituilcnl bl'l"/II. swore nil physically and realistically impossible 1
    "! dull their has been l'IlI'liuled. of labor, with the balance I
    by par. and rc. the importance
    of the
    by the NnHomil Institutes iif icuoi.l lunchIn to contact each and every one of ,
    divided among/ the related agen you ?
    clan web as the Railroad Retire Health: Included In these research I' .- ---.-. personally therefore I would like to 1 "
    111 gains were: I' person of I ,
    ment Board, the Federal Meditation
    I
    the' Mr. .
    rate for children McNamariHP take this .
    (1)) Demission I opportunity tointroduce
    II t I. saving this myself
    HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE country hundred '
    with childhood leukemia Inercns.
    nf million of dollar as a candidate for COUNTY COM.
    td to about" 00 percent, with I year and !
    T* gale a. nidersUndlnc III""high blood pressure li relatloi tithe creases also In the periods of In'j I believe him( to be an outstanding 1 MISSIONER from DISTRICT 3 '
    servo system, U Is necessary .to know the meaning of "blood public servant I ,
    million and number of 8
    pivi. >r*." It weans slmtlv! the pressure of the blond ngaliu l toe xu year I have been
    wall) el the blood vetscl. There are muscle running I circular ylvnls: FORESTRY FESTIVAL a service station operator (
    1IIt'4I.lld these ,..IiN.. These' miuclei are powered *>y ((2)) A 21 percent decline In the CB03S; CITYA in Yulee'for the past 16 I
    am e I
    years.
    ... of State and
    mrtor nerves' whirs Influence tht correct amount of pressure average population
    annfttd ike vmrela. When) these nuiieles are relaxed, vessels will r County mental hospitals during crowd of over 4,000 turned out married to. the former Catherine Milner"
    eprlc) wider offering lower rerMaam. tohe( constant flow of blood y N N6P" 1963: for the annual! Dixie County For. I I
    and.pressure will; remain normal. When these': muscles controlling (ill) Incrcn'lna evidence of viral entry Festival I had the pleasureof and we have'"-two sons, Ray an, J J bd, who were graduated from ;
    the Mood vetsrU lighten. due U a nhnrlutfc of nerve energy from tausatlnn of cancer, crowning the lovely Joy Chav. Nassau County Schools. "
    lie *ryln, become and. blond rises. TklsovciVorks
    they arr w pressure .
    nun of Crra City
    undertUml. the
    ((4)) Promise nf new a* new 11M8J
    the heart and various. otter dli.rdrr* begin ID divelip, '"
    tug of acing/ phenomena and associated .I Forestry Queen ConRralula./ : Realizing the importance of this office COUNTY COM- .
    f here are people thai were secure about their health that :
    many Including tins to the Dixie County
    disease ( Chamber
    are 'vow 1n' the cemetery, ; pnwjhlc cancer proccaies); I of Commerce, President Cecil MISSIONER, if elected, I pledge myself to the,progress and bet-

    |to"hOar fure p:adce ebb',: vndi Is bull'rrfsnilliHl on truth< .not and trust sincerity." (Ill) Undefined but obviously\ tremendous I Junes, Induslrlei and nil of the who! many. manypaper terment of''AlL Nassau County. With this in ;:mind, ..I I strongly Ji I 1
    research for
    potential cooperated
    "If wuihes! wire hymen beggars said ride" Don't Just t .lsli studying Insulin action In diabetes, to make this such a successful occasion urge you to go to the polls May 5th and vote for BOB CARTER ,

    for (eallh. I tot and 1 The great forestry Industry for COUNTY COMMISSIONER from DISTRICT 3., :: ;
    ((6)) Rapidly accumulating know l Is absolutely basic to the eco.
    Hours l edge, of fundamental life process. omy' of our entire Bin DIslHttQl'ADKICEMTENMAL Hoping to see you in person before May. 5th,'. may I remain .
    .... r Including/ the way character! COUUUU:
    .
    Mon., Wed, Fri tics: are panned from generationto I Progressively yours, ;;
    and Conciliation Service, etc generation. SION MEETING IV WASHINGTON II .
    912 & 26 t
    rr : The total amount represented All America should be proud of ;:
    a 131 King Street j $1467 million below the budget the tremendous progress we are I attended I very Impressive BOB CARTER, I i

    Phone cillmitci, but an Increase of $11 making In these great health research I: meeting here In Washington thl* '
    729-5644
    billion over the Fiscal 19M figure, programs week at the Pan American Union 'I Candidate For County Commissioner District 3 :
    i
    King-stand 2. Appropriations for the Depart- with the Ambassador of the Or. .
    Georgia .
    to cover recently enacted legislation Paid PnliUccl'Adverttaement
    melt of Defense for fiscal year sanitation of American State and
    b Such Increases Included $:JOO 1965. The House has passed, with. the member of our St. Augustine/
    UK; u It. umt.iERKingsl.RCI: UK. T. A. OWEN I million for the Manpower Devel out ont member dissenting, the Quadrlcenlennlal Commission to-, .
    opmeot and Training Program, Apartment l of Defense Approprla- review the proposed Intcr-Amerl-
    $404 million for Higher Education Bill In the of $468 Center and i
    Ions amount can the Pan American ,,
    Chiropractic Clinic I Facilities construction; $180 million billion la the words ot the C4mmlttce Building which will be availablefor 'ill'
    t for Vocational Education: $37 Report and I agree with exhibit and cultural purpose
    i
    : "Associated with Owen Chiropractic million for intense Educational heir assessment ,'The Com. during our 400th Anniversary Cele.' ELECT !
    activities; $1)1)!! million for Health believes that tie Unjtert, bratlon '
    t Clinic of JackipiTjlJ) Professions Educational assistance, mltte at St. Augustine Here I %, i iI
    i : State has been since World War from St. Augustine were the Chair. -
    -4---' J '.. and $3" 'million for construction of II and ((8 today superior In mill-I man of the Commission Mr. Her. i
    ---=----- Tory strength 19 any. other power" bert Wolfe, Mr. John Vertigo!. '
    If we Include with this trcmmd-l\ Mr L. C. Rlnghavcr, and Mr. and x'' 41 i W. BELL el !
    ) O.
    !
    : liiNlOW SERVING' BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER OUt direct appropriation) for do-j Mr, Earle Newton We arc moving .
    ense the appropriation for mill. / ahead with our plans for the ., w
    tory construction (Ihe tpproprlalons 400th Birthday CeU'bratlon' of St.l i p b t ant :
    DAILY SPECIALa : for veterans welfare, the I Augustine our Nation Oldest k rt, "
    appropriate.. part of the coat of the City, next YCAr.TF.STIMOSY For Your Jf'D: :
    space program for military pur. ; S
    : Lunch ,.ill Dinner poses, and the portion of the In.I BEFORE CONI I
    : c lereit on the notional debt as a I GRESSIOMAL COMMITTEES ';
    result of defense expenditures, I COUNTY COMMISSIONER
    "Choice of Meat.. S,Fresh'Vegetables; All Home Cooked think U ls safe to say that at least I Appropriation I appeared .before Committee the In House support '' .

    '/4's of our annual budget maybe of various district project '
    charged to, the defense of. this that I 4' i FIFTH DISTRICT :
    -Devit arc being/ considered In the
    d' Crabs A Specialty' country Independent Office Appropriation '
    however, that
    convinced
    I am
    Bill\, Including on Item of 115400 /,. !
    ai we do not have a Warfare State 1 ,
    for the .
    .of f OUR SECRET RECIPE construction of the new
    I believe that the military expen.

    i I Home Made ChiliFAST dilutes guided of thin by country a tremendouslystrong arc prudently for Post Also Cross Office, I appeared City and Federal before the Building House I Pledge To ALL The Citizens of Every Part of i

    and able,,__Defense___ __Secretary_ Committee on the Judiclnry! rn '
    COURTEOUS SERVICE .0 behalf of my Resolution, and aim Nassau County That I Will Use All, of My Efforts :

    liar ones liilindueed, by many I
    OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7:30: A.M. TO 11:00: P.M WIN WITH other Congressmen, In support oran To' Work As Your
    JOHN E. (Jock) Amendment to the iiiRlitullon County Commissioner ;


    Golden Sands RestaurantON MATHEWS' of laying the rending of United prayers uf till Staten In Bible public nermlllinpIlia and'I'ho..js the.. For The Best Interests of ALL Nassau' County. t ;

    Best Qualified For Governor I and in public places This Is a ,
    THE OCEANFRONT PiM Pit AtlvAuthnrl7pr1 very Important matter, and lu my
    by Cnmpilnn TrtimureiWHO'LL next NewxIilUr thin isiuic. will be
    .. I CAPABLE AND CONSISTENT/ i
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    VISITORS TO WASHINGTON;\

    .1:1 f had the pleasure this week of II YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED i
    dull lag with Mr, W W
    : A Stale-4-11\ ; Club leader from .'llIr.1 Paid Political AdvertlMmtnt :

    y ida, MUs Deity MiflUn Assistant \
    Slate 411 flub AUiul, and four --- -- ----5

    I rI nutstandniK 411 Ch,b boys and i
    WIN ? FABULOUS girls ,from Florida, who wire lure
    representing' / their 43.000mrmllpl ELECTJ.
    I proup at the! Notional 411 Ccnftr' :
    i i ': elite' .
    I FIRST! Mrs, Matthews and I enjoyed
    attending the Banquet of the Nl- ;
    Find Out On Fourl! I lien! Association of Home Builder J. W.uOully" Jones
    a* the guest' of our Florida
    Home Builders' Association Here ... I
    I. You'll See WJXT from our District for the event Z
    FOR MEMBER r '
    WJXTTYComplete were Mr. A, W. Fletcher, and Mr, ,
    and Mrs. Phil Emmer of Gainesville .

    I I predict the outcome .___ __..____u___ BOARD OF TRUSTEES :,


    : Election Returns QUALIFIED/ / :
    I KIWPMY5! MEMORIAL! lr"4Y
    I f from
    : of f the election I .11' .'

    : Tuesday, May 5, 1964 HOSPITAL :


    Drought To You As A the time. the first r ,
    r I .DISTRICT 2 J


    Public Service By I votes ore received i

    -. a n t ELECT (,, 'MAN WITH PROVEN LEADERSHIP ABILITY.


    -M programmed through .

    .. I Iw ELECT A MAN WHO WILL ALWAYS KEEP THE PATI ,


    FLORIDA I the ENTS' INTEREST AT HEART.
    National lank "Ha I Is well qualified for

    .-._._ I hn new position, and his II
    atFornandinaBemh friends will with him

    -T.- "' nN.1. w.., I Ie,1y1a Florida National trnmental well many a* h.ladder does the" goy ELECT A MAN WHO WILL ALWAYS STAND UP. AND

    Naa twMne
    t I Bank PANAMA CITY HIRAIO VOTE FOR HIS CONVICTIONS. ,


    i And Ry The Nine Northeast, Florida PF" JACKSONVILLE i KEEP James W.KYNES.

    !Members\ of The I Your And
    Vote Support Will Be

    ,
    USING Aj
    r FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP I

    i 31 BANKS STATEWIDE i "IHMEY C tNtRAL : :
    I GE.125 COMPUTER Greatly Appreciated. : ;
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    .." Paid .Pal/lea) Adveralemeal Pub .:
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    oeme' Siwnitr .hiirma Paid Political. A vertl""m"nIPale "


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    News; .Lcaucr, Jelll'h, Flotilla Ihursuay, April 80, 1UU4 Pa'L
    1" oOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ. OOOOOOOOOOOO ,. ..
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    "' Into a company and call them. '| In. report Issued today, Rear ,report thu fnllowlnu Southern
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    REELECT'B. i' : i'wives the Imli-pt''mkiit) Union Admiral Bjlky, coirimnmllntf theEast force operating near Jarki'mvillu:
    .FLD1\lDA.\ 1"" a. I I Raman.,( The 'Kiimirj', lava Gulf bloekuillntt Squadron liiluntry,$ 6,2'10; cavalry, 1,553: nr.tlllcry .
    I I Idiuwn ciuiHlltullonhlcli hajulremlv that the
    tip a umimmcei that his rotnrruind con. 1117 Ho estimates
    bin sinned( by thirty-five siKh of !twuily-KCVi'n veuih" luiliidliix I i KeileroU have In Jnrk< aC. 'Lewis I A HOMED YEARS men It culls fur "I rile al.cRiunecto : .. Meninerii, MhiNiiipi, *, and "ten tlimmnnd <>(" all
    AGO Ilio Unwed, Males nl" Amerlea", ,Links, and M'vcn l h'IU"'rR. arms, with I has, al 1 I'jlalka, and
    1.r J absolute obedlrme to dffni'i'B.: ex.m.l.im Apt il 2 Major) C C YontiP.luef "'011I ;Soil tn I,OIHI III each oTJIJtilacr !1
    ; EJiteJ ly SAMUEL,PROCTORjonoonnnnr ; it, 'proven npies'; just 1 ('' Luufuliralv, y,1,111<'rm i.slirInr | Siifiit Auil\>iKlliic anC'TZi..
    : its IKIt'1I, if all spoils .,,"
    To The < | : runqu'lesrcrct'y \ Florida, Infoi. 'inn Ui.vi'inor muulin
    : cum'i'ruing Hit Ilmrois/ ; Milliin In a letter .Hut food, ,, nlioit- I A Ciinfivli, 'rule artillery dTueUmi ,
    UUUUUUUUOOOOOOOOOG' 000000000000000000 aid,) the death |washy lor a.i>' age In Home l.x.ililln: IH IK'nip, nl', )I.liMih'ii.mt (,jiiilili, -tunlfiiiiiuuiv ,a
    :.BOARD OF TRUSTEES t w4ajJ; :1 nu'mix'r who deseits the bound, Iliiicliire.. be him do recd mere' ) of I HI I (:*.i I'lili'lsheil; by concerned annul the unfit.of. I heerew 1'iii''titillating' In the "'1'1'111 lighting 'IdliltiR, enrn" U iiieded, tar Indl, (';iii.iin| diiive; milvtd lit UM.H.
    HUMPHREYS ''MEMORIAL FJ.ORmo1.11I1I'ItY A\n nis. 01! I the luIIyr tit bunt. Hlcii around D.illis, tiv: TIIUKAL COMMISSION' : winds and heavy/ rain miualU con- the Horida 41'h )infantry, which I 111111I) the Onilidi, 'lute cioinniuirtiy, Invvix-< k of I Hie Union M.'OT: .
    ;HOSPITAL 1 f CIVil. WAn CENTENNIAL: bunt'(I that nlRlit and the nest 1 twit was euiihiilid.iU'd. on Kilniiirv 21 It In Ixlit'vcd', Hid Hill IIH.IMIIO U.il I' irsl 1 fniim a few nm* -
    rOMMITTFRZMViloiidi tulsa. The hii.il nturned In HIP JIIII 4 at Dillon with (file U' Hor will rdiivp. lit le.ihl 1 li'iiipuruiily. 111 Dill pMllllll' (if lilt iMUlt WllllllvtM
    i Avoniip, ship yeslerdiv, Hie crew ImUniiinkriHino lib Cavuliv, HlMiiimiileil Ilio l.il-' llu wiuil Hill' IIIIH brew iliiviiu, aiH>vo vvnlrr. Captain I:,)'1111. Jwllh
    .FROM 1 DISTRICT I i Coral fiililcji; Flnililj SJI3I < nevere miflorina (true ter niKiiiil/alion lost alf of UK held Hume liiinllioi. "|M'rilonsly l lu'ni too IIIIMI, Ixmrik'il' her In Riot!
    Ii River AHUItii'n . buiiuer and eximsiire; but repotted allows' uiiil tiisliilnrd( limit r emu hUrv.ilion," Iliio In her uiipir wmkH, wii.di, -
    (hat they hid mieeeiisfiillv destroyed I :ill..ion lust I fall In the Hall ID of General Pitlnn Anderion, ruinniHiidiiiri ,noon dined tin in 'in iJio \la"'I'"
    mike May 5th Primary .J t I -Slgniricanl Florida Events for two ichooncri, with their eir. Missionary Ridge, Tennesnee- tin1' UiHlrut, nr Murld.i, See( I'ane.221 ____ I
    ,
    .. II April 1864 goes, attempting to run the block.nde. -.
    II I April 1 Admiral Balky ban -
    There vm no means of atcertainlng '
    I I Informed Lieutenant CommanderC.
    the name of the hit ,) .
    HUMPHREYS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IS.OUR HOSPITAL THE BEST IN I E. Firming, commanding Ihe I elinniier horned huh the iililn'ipaper .. r-- .
    U. S. Riinlxiat SiRjmore that one ,., .
    NASSAU COUNTY WITH THE REST 'MEDICAL STAFF CONSULTANTS, J \ "Alex Cduin, a refugee tent down wen the* revealed Ftta that the lecond i, ELECT',.r. 4.


    NURSING STAFF AND PERSONNEL: ,LAROIUTORIES, PATHOLOGISTS X- ; here Key West) from the Nlla, Last night a boat\ expedition ., '
    professes to be the owner of Clay .
    Hesl-l
    RAY, PHARMACY:\ AND BLOOD RANK:' OF 'AN Y (HOSPITAL JN NASSAU I, I Landing, tnRPther' with a large lea dispatched, cnnnlRtlnu hv the nf US a Union bark naval| '. :'JOHN iF. '"Fred"ARMSTRONG .':

    COUNTY AND-ONE TilE BEST LITTLE HOSPITALS IN TilE STATE I tract of land I tliiwabmiH: to be a offlrer and right Union refnRer i ibegan : ,
    pilot for lie siittonnre River; to (
    Hie'
    OF FLORIDA \ I I know where tome goo balci nf cotton /. Wotapno a hunt Itlvrr' expedition, :near 11't govern-1:I "'Jf.J1. .\ Sr. "
    nlored In that and
    vldnlly
    are meat nail house al While Bluff, | I
    to be able and anxious to conduct In an attempt to find a tall barge I II ..t r; < .;
    Re-elect: B. C. "Bennie" Lewis To Help KEEP :It THE a force up the river for IM capture which had been earrhoil fur ev. | : : '
    and at the mime lime In I prnl time previously I The Unl'tnirfuri ..Jj.. Jf AS YOUR
    bring away Ills I fnmllv and clfriliHe ,
    .
    Ihr
    ;; : '' claim they know ( ex.

    Best :in .The County and .Oneof The 'Best' In 'The StateI I without rcprccrnti: I I the.y I.y1t"plan lrd,as but whiillv I on I i iI i I art untrered pi'ml Inn their of Kprvlpe I Ill, barge. It and t In vol.lieillrved ) ',", ., .. COUNTY 'COMMISSIONER -. ..

    the other hand In understoodhere
    : that Confederate farces Im "v .;.f :
    I DISTRICT 5
    from different source that :
    of at least one.
    consist
    I WILL STRIVE FCR BETTER RELATIONS BETWEEN OUR DOCTORS KMPLOVERS. the rebel troops are returning In'[the area and, all -
    nt cavalry one | r
    company :..
    GOVERNING BOARD, AND THE PUBLIC.( ) REMEMBERING: \AT I I' their Riinrd"former The shtlnns Admiral a prnmlsei* coal : infantry aervlna ns Riiaidt over, ,, ,, DEPENDABLE, 'CAPABLE, AND .
    'I HIP unllhwirc Klvp ALL TIMES OUR MAIN\ PURPOSE IS SERVICE TO OUR PATIENTS. I that If an expedition up the Rnw., are carrying ihplr own nhnlmin' WILLING TO SERVE YOU ... :'
    l.i ftaslhle, 'both the Saga
    annee and Ihrcc hive rifles. They are4imovhiB
    more and Ihe Nlti will eimpernte. river In a dux-mil' v -
    .. up
    Paid Pnlltlml AJvrll inent I
    If it Is deemed Odum
    ... ;i iron be entered on expedient the bonks asI I canoe, which wn previously cnp1lured Centrally Located ,In 'District, 5

    -- _.. .....- -_ 'I pilot, at sea a mouth In hi.cnmmunlrallon. Confederate fort if lent loni -
    | Bailey polnli out west
    JMeGlrli Creek, twelve miles

    |I :lion the :problems"We have of such no assuranee an expedi of:of pleted Jacksonville, according, have to been Informal'rllm.I Inn I 'I pledge 'to you, the ,voters,.an:honest and. sincere, ;.ad-:..'.;


    Is Your Name Here? I, The Odum's taken banks fidelity the fir Ihe nalh, beyond Suwannee of allejlanre.his having may. Command Issued This today morning at take by the at City: about Confederate four J ministration .of your .county -affairs.I .

    be again well guarded, and an '
    nrt'
    o'clock, the Fedrrnl Uran*
    I ambush Intended or, If not, the' Maple Leaf, returning to Jack- '' ,l1 I I'I'will cooperate with :the otoer ..commissioners that ; -
    i I cotton might be burned on our ape nonvllle from Palolka, struck a _

    These Are The Progressive Merchants, Business i and (| sent proach.up hv If a night boat the expedition dMnnre were and "John Confederate and' Rank torpedo In three on falhnm the St I we might, each f elf ill turobtojatioiHo-aur districts ,and ,

    the current would probably keep of wilier A dititlimetit of Cimfoileratc ", .]I

    Professional '/Men Who Are fA Part of The Fernandina : later them, when enroute our men until would d.-ivlluhl be, ton or Gamble artillery, supported, under by Infantry Llt'nlt'nallli un.' j jdw (I the county as a whole. .

    ,much .fatigued either to resist a Captain ,, Grieve, lot Oenrtfli!
    aonslderable force or In tarry nil Regulars! IK tieliia ll/ipaleliert ,aljnine ;

    Beach Chamber of Commerce. ''the could cotton be gathered before such In from a tare the Accoidlng"to complete to report the' wieik.renelitua I, YOUR VOTE AND' SUPPORT iP.PRiCrATID( :

    : I neighborhood" Tallnhll RI'I', a croup: of diweilert pall 1',1111"1, AIvprUnrmam, I

    1 I I.The U S-S: Runflnwer few dnv" In Taylor County have nrnunl/ed\ ,_ r
    ; ;
    3A. Lewellen's rnnlurert the 1 rmifcderuto' HlmiU. "
    S. Allan .
    ; formerly;; i: the Kile "
    Lockwood'a Store Josephine
    Foods Inc. Drug
    Amelia Island Sea, .
    Amelia Service ,Station &c( rorery i Lowe's I Grocery 'Dale capture) off were Sirasnla the tulioonrr Assisting! Kline In Ihe TUB ITOHII) ) FA111LYtlll/KINtiN; ( ) rtADait 'Features "aGARS .

    T. II. Ahklns AdvertUnic Signs Lynn'M Dress hhiin 'wall, Iho armed oilier nnmillie ''II" HOW MANY OU>OF-STATE lsY CAR TRAIN AND PLANE AND' WHFN 1'M 4OVEANOA
    AtillnUc'Hlore' ,Ine. Dr.'John-W. McClane! Jr. Suiiflouer, and the armed, launch' HAVE OU COUNTEC/ BOy S5% THEY CSME.I,,MILL, t4 A ...ahMLLONN'11."eYNEWdOLLY NE LLi1NCR2ASE viblr RS Tofe4RTosPEnt

    I5ailey' Department, Store Guy 1V.'Mr'u11ey 'off Ihe bark J. L. Davis, The rap. SEEMS CANADA MONEY IN OUR try EFFORTS THROU5HOUT
    I linker's Pharmacy Rdwln McKendree! lain and Ihi 1,110"I/ the Soulliein. LIKE fVfAY \ AND BEAUTIFULSUNSHINE ALL'rLORI0.A/
    I A. Ray Bevllle, Accountant Herbert S. Mdvendroe\\ vessel got ashore and ('Ara pl'd. STATE COMES 'uwOPE) r f '
    TOOTOURISTS P
    DIME Marlin :Court It., II. McMillan. Jr. but three prr.oll11'1"1' found, on ToFt.01AIPA/ ARE OUR d
    Mack. Vending iompany' board The litter claimed they 0i66EsT .. .
    Inc. /
    Blue Seas, '
    ti d
    L prevented the caploln from letting eusmess/ '
    L. L. Hohonnon Real Eat. f& Ins. Wary K's Department Store fire to the vessel.
    Bottom pollar Store J\lalhfr of Ternandina v .
    Captain E. Pliny Itiyan mieeeeded ;
    'Edward MattRon
    Dr. Cecil HrewtonDr. two days aro, In pine'Ing twelve :
    Frank Mayer Co.tractor .
    ) J. R-Hrllton torpedoes' each containing seven ,
    & Dry Cleaner ,Moore's Grocery & Market 'iln
    Buccaneer Laundry ly pouiidn i>mull" r cnnnonpoudcr
    ,
    iktrgeas .&f.ook; Myers' GroceryMarket 0 In "the St, Johns. Illvtr 4
    Paul C. nurn i Ins.. & Real Testate; Agency 'Nassau Building & Supply Co., Inc near Mandjvin I'ulnl.! Ihe ihun- 4 : -
    Olin Curler : Plumbing/ ('0. Nassau Fertili/er.;; & Oil Co., Inc. ''nI'l there Is whir alMiut. twenty. ot
    Service ( Ocean' Pier live feel they, will a very muildvbnllnm
    Chuck'H TV
    Ocean Terrace !Motel\ I The Cnnfnli,>rale eiinimsnd e t0 0 1544 Cd Pd Ad,.
    Co. .
    City Ice &, Fuel hopes Federal cnniinunlrallniis he. ,
    Dlv. Ocean View MotelOxlpy
    Boy
    Container Corporation -
    (ween J/1I'konllvlIII' and IVilnlkfl .
    Container Corporation Mill .Div. J Florist will be rendered prcrarlnnn"A .
    Mrs. Monroe Cox Oxley Mortuary ileljehment of the <(llll New
    Service Palace Saloon & Package Store Taliilka '
    D. &, H. Motor York Inlunlry near farce
    J. I). DaughertyTom l'arlin'sPeter's day ago amliut-hed a small Elect
    Da; is Photographer Electric Company of tonfidirule Infinity and llure :
    Dr.'n.'F.1)lekena Peterson '!'arklnomllany/ ; ,I waR. skirmish, There were no,
    Porter's Fish Camp reported casualties nn cllher side.

    Downtown Dixieland Vernon N.Gulf Stores Drake Station Inc. Reese Plumbing Rayonier& Inc.Heating Co. the The large New who number Yoik have Herald of como Cnnfrdcralemilllnry deRcnlics over to i|I 'D. )H. Buck" Buchanan

    'Fernandina Beach News-Leader, Robkon Jewelry Company the Union side, It Rny Hut nl
    Beach Shipping Co. Dr. W. I). Rodcffer Jacksonville "the lahoren In the
    Fernandina Fernandina Coca-Cola Boll hag Co. Charles Rogers TV different departments are NASSAU COUNTY TJLX; ,AS5ISSO: .: *(

    Fernandina Dock & Realty Co. Sahlman Sea Food 1 crackers still attired In the dirty
    Fernandina Federal Savings, '& Loan Co. Sandbar RestaurantE. grey uniform furnlihed them by
    Hardware Co. J. Smith, A rent. Seaboard Airline Ihe Confederate government. + Married 19 year! .
    Fernandina r 11' Pledged to continue to
    Fernandina Loan Corp. Railroad Colonel Barton, 48th New York \ children all in (trade I through :
    Seaside Motel & Dining Room Volunteers, reports the rumors
    Lumber & Supply Co. 12 next
    Fernandina Fernandina Motor\ Parts Co. Seaside Motel & ApartmentsSenlell's that attack Confederates against rulniku are planning. with ]"an an year work (for all of Nassau

    John T. Ferreira & Son Real Estate Restaurant Infantry force of some BOOO men," >. Resident of Nassau County :.11ycirs "

    and 'Insurance Thomas J. Shave Jr. In addition to artillery Confedi : ':* I .'1 Tax
    Firestone' Beach Supply Southern Bell Telephone & Tel. Co. ate forces, according lo thehe rl'. 'County: 'as ;your!
    H. W.:Fishier Southern '!Music Distributing ('ft; 'Inc. purls, ore presently being massed Self employed nlnce 1l9.! !) I ,

    Five Points Grocery & HardwareFive Southern Gas & Fuel ('0. upon, the Miranopy Roul, Barton Assessor operating an
    Points Package Store Spence Grocery & Market says thill he ilouliti Ihe eorrerU Active member I First illiptlot!\ ,

    Abstract & Title Co. Standard Hardware Co. nets uf the reports, "hut',.of Church' t trustee and Sunday
    Florida
    'Standard Oil'' shill nil In my '.. tiffice Where are al-I
    CompanySt"'cn' :
    Bank. you
    Florida National cIlU..I'.1 jo"holII.lIdtrr! punt president ofMen's I
    !Motel Voice del", asp as If they were ,
    "
    Florida Public Utilities Co. < aullunlirnlcd' The woods Itrnlherhood, past Train. '
    Dr. James Stewart
    Food l FairForemost I ilcrhrusn are being rapidly 'welcome assessing
    Ing Union Director.1'rcvenlly sways
    Suburban tl'ronafte Gas: Service ) ,
    '
    alfirdtover
    wherever
    Dairy ed away they can "

    Fretz-ntle Drive In Sue's Motel and RcslauranlA'' lo Ihe enimy, and everything I ncr<'ln GAG Finance Corporation! Surf Motel und RestaurantTerrtjnal'Paper possible I I. bilng done to ( taxes on a ,
    Gene's Variety Store Bat 1I..lnr., Voice 'strengthen our line of woiks I j mayor of< town of Milliard. t

    Investment Corp. ,- Alliin Thompson. Jr. have taken the rcuponslliillly of 1 I and basis .
    General Motel Tringali/ Brothers dlrerllnit (hit Ihe houses\ In fronlof Present secretary of Nnwnu just I equal. pro- '
    Me
    Golden '
    Upper, Deck Motel our left be so prepared thai County Community Chet-Unit< t

    Good Housekeeping Golden S nrt!o\ Gas.I'nil"n Co., ValeeGordon' Vacation 'Apartments they If can It he becomes destroyed necessary I ,moment and ed Fund for 2nd yenr. A Proven : ,v fIitII in.I.I._.,. iRHII:: e

    Wans ,Drug StoreAPAPtRadio.Broadcasting .
    Automotive Service this destruction will do away with !
    Station .tl Member I HUUard Aednry'Ckllr Businessman, I.
    j : '"
    the serious objection to thnt port
    Gulf. Oil CompanyY. for the ..
    E. Hall Insurance Agency J. 'R. WeatJirrford of Ihe line." Ho ask for an additional Nerving a* president" 19;)n7:} & !%:J. Administrator, 11" '>7"I e. :.. ... I
    )John ,T.''.WeNnerVlern gun of not toss rani-e/ than
    Hi-Fashion Hardee'Department J!Brothers. StoreJ. "\\ ,Anto Associate Store a thirty.pounder Parrott. a hundred 11 Member HUlinrd P.T.-A.and pastprenidint. Civic I Leader, "au'.County 'Hs schobls
    and coal far his ,
    \Mnn-Dixi Food Store axes .8. .
    W.; liters, Inc. Dedicated To
    Harry W. West Painting: & Decorating1Vonten sels which have only -.ne or twoI
    Jacksonville Paper Company Insurance", Agency I. days supply.( ( Member Htlli.ird Area Develop Serving All Jnd.dUJls! petple.witwE -
    Kavouklis
    Mercury N. Commander C. E. Fleming, '
    Woodward Motor ment Council
    Keystone HotelT. .R. pH.- Y....Company.tae. f lvaa. Sagamore, descrlbHig a of The Pe9ple, iunleii I
    II. Kin r Photo Weep \ boat expedition which resulted Indestruction \l..Wemllrr-llilUard BoHter Club. NassauIanlloeessii/ on
    ,
    IH J. Yowublood ." ,
    Lasserre Motor\ Company ,I of two Confederate of f .
    of'I II I'March
    schoomrs. On'4he
    morning Received "Man of Action" award .,
    t
    'I an,.a schoooncr was dioM: v'l, County Re.
    I red by the mawheod lookout W 1902. I
    and Join The Turn I ,

    If Your IileNle 7 is.til.AiJllltiOlll: : bearuig multicast, and three bents
    "
    ,
    ,
    "'" seat lo Interenfl her low-

    Tbt dill Jwuie The Growth and Prosperity of Your City. 'I"ed after night an two unsuccessful of the boats chaw return of Your Vote And Support firafli/y Appreciated

    .i I live and .a,.luU.ikmirs..>A*..the.., .>. r'
    ther looked threatening with the' Paid Political Advtrtlummt

    barometer falling, Fleming wi |




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    22 News.Leader, Tcrnandina Bench, Florida Thursday, April 50, 10G1
    I
    --- I the beam and! three feet deep It Lieutenant W. R. Browne, the route from Inlet I officer and
    -- Mosquito to the I er Unable to steer directly for hog the lives of crew
    YEARS'AGO April 4 In a Idler written I III itloop-rlettcd and decked and US bark Restless, Informs Ad.I Bahamas with a cargo of cotton her on account of the Intervening tuning the Yankees and the president .
    I FLORIDA 100 I from Orlando to her soldier husband .lean!I easily be filled up with a mlral Bailey at Key West that we She Is now enioulc to St. Augus. reef Smith sent two boats In ( etc." Smith has put him In.
    t Florida woman describes 'howitzer for future naval opera are "obliged to go with a ship up tine for adjudication j I charge of Acting Ensign J. Han. lo "double Irons and confined him
    lions
    sums of the trying conditions which ;I the different arms or the bay,' The critical shortage of goods' cork to board her. Meanwhile the below during the night" Smith U
    (From Page 21)) Apill t The Federal works atVtllow 'I i April 3 A Union naval force when we want wood to '
    I .: : the and her family are suffering, cover our Its everywhere evident In Florida : schooner moved out wllh the Federal sending him wllh two others by
    edge" The Jl,iple Leaf was a Bluff"f First have Lleulvant been named D II Inmemory To cot oho lays, "Wo got Pula.I In HIP St Johns River under Cartymairder wooding party, as t It( has come to I Susan Bradford Eppcs of Tillnhaisce vessel chasing and occasion- the Honduras lo Key West.Fcderd

    flimblc-slai! slde.wheol III anwr. S.'illi Mas lIehuKI'1I1 Vulun.terra I toe I sod a little milk now wt 'have Belch l continues potrollnit\! my knowledge that persons are writes In her diary today: ally firing shells al her. "It was' I \ Admiral Bailey orders
    Jones : : the river and convoying Army cp. I II secreted In the woods watching an I "I have not until 840 and after several
    loaded willi the tamp mid garrison: got I lonn Siuklcn I have got Somecane no shoes to pullin : Lieutenant Commander J. M.
    who killed
    wan accidentally and 'cratloni I[ an has been done for (the :opportunity to kill some of our the touch of bare fool to volleys of musketry that they (let the U.
    equipage of the three "'elll'ral'eml'ntl planted and Inn peas very my 1 Quackenbush commanding/
    three! days ago near (tint 'plnre.I In retaliation
    retcnlly arrived at corn near by Iho house and 11 past 1 month Yesterday, Union men for the Injurieswe ) Ilhe I ground made me shiver go the anchor and hauled down S. S San Jacinlo to assist In
    Mil David Levy Yulee, In a troops evaluated Palatka In ae.I have done them." Browne has Until the the mils" vessel Is Iho Three
    Jacksonville I looks very well An I hive got all shots for the army are The sending reinforcements to Fort
    General litter to her husband, lays that Iho rest of( the ground that we was cord with a general troop move. 'Inspected the Confederate barge I finished Mr McDcarmmid will I Brothers out of Havana with as. I Myen The lenders Arid and Two'
    Confederate Brigadier/ she nan acquired the services of 'I meal northward, but the U.S.S.Ottawa captured earlier this week by his I .
    i
    talking about planting Just about i) not have time to make shoes for sorted cargo and three passengers Sisters will be ready lo start at amoment's
    Joseph Fiiugan It ordered to proceed minister who has Lieutenant Commander men on the Welappo River, and
    I II Presbyterian
    ready to plant when I can get! a I anyone else, this Is right." Lieutenant Smith reports that notice In low of the
    by rail (rem Baldwin la We) (|agreed/ to tutor the Yulce children 'I Breese, li still guarding the'Pie.olsta finds "her to be just such a vessel "one of the him.
    calling
    horse to plant It with"The April 8 The Federals are leav. prisoners steamer Hussar, to accompanyand
    do with 2500,, Infantry and 6 pleees A Confederate scout stationed area "where some two regiment ..I'I as we are In need for this place"
    of artillery He! will (then( proceedby boat eXp dlllGn from the are stationed" The V.8.S.'Pawnl.'l She Is being overhauled and re.(jlng Jacksonville A transport load- Charles Mashon, has conduct assist the expedition.
    :|near Jacksonville reports the ar. Restless which has been operatingon led with nearly 500 troops sailed led himself badly, using the ---
    very
    to
    nearest practicable route lion duly at Jacksonville, ,,, pairs are bring made which will 'I
    Pulntka whirls place IIP Is to at. rival of (the Federal vessel Can. the Wctappo River the last I while the USS Unaclllla, (lie US. ''be completed by April 8. and she'today. The evacuation Is being dl. most Insulting I language, threaten. Classifieds Pay Off
    tack and carry" Between Waldo I unless with a few white troops, several! day returned lafily this I IS Mahaska. and the USS. tynr-'I''I'I I will then be used as a "erall for I reeled. by Union. General John DHutch. I ----- -- -
    and Pdmka ho Is cxpulul to be I the Dictator with Negro troops, a evening! bringing In low a ciplurid ,with continue to convoy troops IIn covering!! parties of men l landing'
    i
    )Joined by Lleulcnaiil-Colvml' Jnhii large.: steamer with a few while Confederate! Halt buige/ The the river (In destroy the extensive suit woiks! April 9 According to a dispute .1(
    Marlin Oils Florida liutlullun( with j troops and horses; the Mary Hon- detail commanded by a U.S. nav. Federal' Brigadier General John I which are constantly being put on 'h Issued today by Admiral
    about 400 Infantry, and Lieiilen- Ion. with while troops, horses and al) officer and guided by refugees, P. Hatch today, dimmed the the numerous arms of this bay" Bailey to Lieutenant CommanderE. VOTE
    up
    Inl..coh.nc1I01'1'Is\ 4th Gvirgla mules; the Delaware with white found the barge/ it the head of the i continuing contributions mado ,by I April 6 The Wayside Home I Y, McCauley! commanding U.
    Cavalry, vllli an equal number of I (troops; and (Iwo large transports Welappo on April 2. It had taken the Union Navy in controlling the I for traveling soldiers at MonticclloIs S. gunboat Tloga off the south /c lvftfFOR
    cavalry. crowded with while troops the group nearly three dayi to I Florida coast, there Is "reason to
    Inland waterways of Florida: receiving state funds to help Its
    reach that point because of obstructions believe that rebel
    -- a privateer
    I consider It Import. support. Private donations of
    __ very )
    t uuuu .uuuuuuu uuuuuu In the river which had tupptfced!\; l to tie the Florida Is
    I land, I may lay necessary, that the money and supplies are also be. "
    after the somewhere In
    to be cleared. Shortly I l this vicinity. The
    naval forte should be retained ing solicited
    Federals arrived, a heavy rain. Tioga Is ordered to proceed' "with
    BREAKFAST BY THE SEA the Confed I hire as a patrol of the river <'SI.I Former United States Senator all
    itorm began causing possible dispatch going first i
    Johns), to aid us In the event of David Levy Yulee today concluded li I ME !
    crate cavalry who were unawareof to the Doulll..Keadrd Shot Cays
    the proximity of the enemy, to I an attack, and to cover the land. I a contract with the Confederate where you"V ill endeavor to pro.
    I
    .
    Ing of troops at other points
    seek shelter from the storm The! War Department which re. cure! Information; and falling that
    at Jr; f/J Jl1fJ/a Federals moved Into the area The length of the river now occupied I solves the diflieultles' that he has you will cruise for about twenty '' For Good Service and
    / 1100 miles) requites for Its "
    had with the government ever
    without being diluted and they I four hours "between Salt Key Bunk I
    I thorough patrol a naval force of since August 19 11162I hen f>J6 "
    cleared out a I large null warehouse. and the tmst of Cuba. Dependable Products
    the Nile of the present squadron tons of Iron rails longing lo lilt 10 I
    Travelers the Buccaneer Trail This accomplished, they started( April Federal Lieutenant
    on U.) S Secretary of the !Navy: i Atlantic and Gulf Central Railroad
    back down the narrow crooked Blowne of the:)Restless( has
    I
    will find a cheery atmosphere anda river, slowly poling and towing Gideon' Welles today ordered the I were confiscated The contract I ed Informationthut! the rl''elv.1
    the captured salt barge for mare USS. Proteus to proceed from, provides I that an equal amount of I ales are constricting boats at St
    pleasant setting for the morning than twenty milt's Enroutc they i New\ York lo Key West where it new rails will be given the I: roodwithin I Andiews Bay "for the purpose ol Lasserre Motor Co.

    meal were detained two hours In some I will be placed on blockade duty. six months alter the end of I'' krepingdeserters/ from coming to !
    underbrush and debits Because of the large arrivAl of hostilities or the railroad will receive I us."
    SKUVLI FROM 5:50:: A.M. TO 10:00: A.M. places by
    that the storm had washed into Federal forces at Jacksonville, it eighty/; dollars per ion fur April 11 Lie'tile'mint R B. ESSO SERVICE
    JUST NOHTH' OK TUB
    OCEAN HSIHS'O PUH; CATERING TO GOLFERS the river, They also picked up Is "deemed prudent to recall I the Iron removed Smilli commanding the USS ,
    AND rue AMI F'ISIIEIMENFERNANDIA _. some twenty-three refugees Klnigun" from his planned attack April 7 The U.S. schooner !Mla; while' running along!! St Mar. ,
    : ; KFAU': < Gulferi Will Find Our Hearty men, women and children along on Palalka Two more Federal I DoaiiioRard while cruising oil (tin's Reef this afternoon discovered 629 S. 8th Street
    GOLF COURSE Uicuklasts A Happy Appiouta the way The captured barge Uthirtysix vessels are reported arriving at I Cape Canaveral today capturedthe a schooner at anchor near I
    ON THE OCEAN SIDE lo Toe First Tee feet long eleven feet In Jacksonville. English schooner bpunky en. the mouth .of the Homosassa Rlv.J
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    -Phone LEE 2Gl.WEITMAN 861.- Fernandina MORGAN Beach, Manager, Florida Ii Ii IiIi What Do You Look For In A Man ?


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    Does your IF YOU HAVE NEED OF A DOCTOR

    car wander __ .

    Pull or weave to left'? You look for a man with a capable prac-


    :: or right? SAFETY tice' of medicine. Sheriff H. J, Youngblood Quite Nat

    If so, you and
    urally Deplores The Scurrilous
    need OUR. SERVICE
    IF YOU HAVE NEED OF AN ATTORNEY Unjustified Attacks Against Him By


    The Publisher of A Newspaper In

    FRONT ENDALIGNMENT You I look f for a man with a record of efficient Callahan


    practice of law. bl"bl"h
    This P u er Does Not Say Which


    a V Reduces Tire Wear IF YOU HAVE ,NEED OF A LAW OFFICER Candidate He Prefers, Mr. Barrow,

    I. Mr. Dyal or Mr. McKendree.

    Improves/ Steering Would look for who has
    you a man never However, Sheriff Youngblood Is Not


    / Increases Safety Driving made an arrest or apprehended a criminal Too Concerned Over This Publish-


    in defense of your home and community. er's Stand Every 4 Years Since He

    Has A Record of
    1 All ; or would you rather I look f for a man with a Long, Long Political Being

    r oFI Wrong During Campaigns.

    long and honorable record of law enforcement .

    s e' The Voters of f Nassau County Will I

    $ r Ce ( '"' Precision Alignment onw / a man honored b. of the No Doubt Again Add Another
    E its Our ViiuallntrH
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    : other 66 counties by being named president "Wrong" To This Record When They

    ".'. what w. dot
    Choose Their Sheriff.
    of the Florida Sheriff's Association. A man


    Only:: 1 Correct caster with 43 years of proven experience, who is l

    2 Correct camber
    still active and vigorous.



    50 3 Correcttoe-In-the major cause of '

    6 abnormal tire wear 4 < \. ,: .1., ,.;': If This Is The Kind Of Man You Would Have

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    pmtar Any 4 I Inspect adjust steering, tighten, _: :t" ,,: ry For Sheriff Of Nassau County, Then Vote For,




    .Iv SHERIFF H. YOUNGBLOOD
    Just say 'Charge It".Take months to pay! A i

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    II I It /Is Not How; Long He Has Served,



    tf' But How Well!


    4Added


    1 t to Sheriff Youngblood's experience is that of his 6 active deputies, 3


    radio operators and jailers,, who have a combined record of 82 years in law


    enforcement Would you replace these guardians of your safety with men


    h ( who have no experience in this field? No more than you would seek a stud-

    W. DUISOSE) MASFKU MECHANIC, IS AN EXPERT '
    e LN THE USE OP OUR MODERN AND! EFFICIENT ent in medical or law school.

    TESTING EQUIPMENT


    Vote On May 5 For 'Proven Ability'




    BEACH SUPPLY Vote To Re-Elect' Sheriff H. J. Youngblood'



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