Fernandina Beach news-leader
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 Material Information
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: December 31, 1964
Publication Date: 1959-1980
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024610
oclc - 33142109
notis - AFA6512
lccn - sn 95026706
System ID: UF00079912:00105
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Preceded by: Fernandina news-leader
Succeeded by: News-leader (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Over A Century" Your Best Medium

Of Service ernan Ina 11 eat hN eufe-lkakr For Local News

(In Nassau County And Advertising i

Sine* 185 Absorbed by PurchiM, Merger or Succession The .Florid News, Th, Cut Florid l.n, The PenlniuU, The reminding Courier The Iilnnd City, Omindln Obler'er Firnandln E'I>"", The I'ernatnIina I N.,,", The Florida Mirror, The Niiuuu County Star The No\\ The Kernandlna Record,
Fernindlnt Newt-Record' Nuiiau County Leader The Outlook, The Florida,Georgia N*,,'f, The Fernunrilna Ne..s, The Bucriinrer
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) i Aim:id) Christmas I limiting Contest
Our thanks to all who contributed, ,
s ,4 f iiponsorod this year' by the
In any way to a successful year foi I i Kcrnfliicllna: Brain Jirden Club
the News-Leader and our best 1
Assn. and Florida Public I'lililicsCo a
wishes that 1965! will be (he mos ,

rewarding year ever enjoyed bj ,
HimlHcmc cloctricil 1 gifts weredemited
)"all, bv FPt'C, Incl-rl'na' lilil"

model miles i duck radio and
: Si'tihoini, portable hood mixers
A* usual the last edition of tit cI Mrs. Walter Preston! pa general
year Is pretty skinny with most ol f I chairman for the went.

our advertisers recovering from from the Winner and categories were an
the holiday rush and getting readyfor rollout:
Inventory. Look, however for
i Commcrcliil Roblnen Jewelry\ ,
a number of after-Inventory or STAFF AND MANAGEMENTof
January clearance sales during the 1st place; Charlcne's 2nd place TUB; SNAITr Cit.NAMMNA I : ItKACII: ( II um SCHOOL HAM) will participate in the

next few weeks I I Island Hospitality Mr, and inaugural p.ir.idtin: TallahiHMee nest Tiic.xdiiy when iatvrnnr-Klert; : Ha> dim Hums I

the Mn. S L, Tiirllon, 2120 IllKblniul takes the oath. .. of office ax Governor; of Florida.Mth tin <>nt. tnmlino; und ronlinumm
Ave, 1st I plume, and Mr, und Mrs.
David Bowers, 1(14( North llHIi SI.. ruling of superior; under the direction of Jonathan Hill this fine band will re pro-
No resolutions this New Year's. I FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER I 2nd place. Kent =Nasxau! ('dimly at the iniiiir.uratii> ceremonies! The pert, vivacious mtjorrtles

refuse to call any more attention short I Yule Tree Mr, and Mr, liar. '' are, from right front :Miss l.ittira HUn'n'll'n11101"! : Glrnd..) 1'd'lIl'dl'l111: : ," ('her! Kdin-:
than to
necessary my many
comings I! old! Penlnn, I 129)I. South_ r:>!lh SI,.. 1st, field and MNN! Jean inl/.minuc-r.:
plate; Mr linn Mrs, Albeit! Sell-

nKrnlulalions' / to President* Bud How .Is the hour for e i II t I rants Fantasia, llan Circle- lilt', ,2nd and.place!Mrs. George Li., COle J J. R. Hagen I Bcbson Predicts Continued Prosperity

dy Khmor and the Merchants Association us to celebrate the New ki'i /' Tyson 308 Nmth 181 li St.. hit I I1HBSOVS

In and any all way others to the who Christmas contributed Year with a toast to everyone : a e 2nd place place; Sidney James, 418 Division I To Be Buried In : Through '6f WoWn: With USSR

his attractive lighting and headquarters.Santa's visits I felt to >, for your friendship and patronage. ", \ I of Mn.the Garden BryAnt Club nauschcrt Assn., nuked president the Arlington CemeteryA RI'' ISF.I\'I\' AND Fl-' sloikpllo of nuclear bem'is nlii inlr',

that this year's efforts In this en I News Leader to extend thanks/ la !NA5CIII.: I FORECAST FOR 19111 quote means of delivering hem lit
deavor ere (the best to date. Serving you during the past w all\ who entered the contest and funeral will be PimniMnil!! the people'' cr, the ('n- quantity Red China's biggest "I'toef
military \ conducted
the many who did nut enter their lied Stales 'pence, and prnuperity"I'rrn'dud her, newfound nuclear |)" wer will
months has :
both In Arlliu'lon National Cemetery
a displays but who helped to make Ji" Iniion was carried In I he In "blnikmnll" the West
next 1 1l'1'k fur I.t, Col. James
Commerce privilege and a pleasure. We extendat""e V the city more festive, to .'I<...IIt,1 vletoiy lust November on nn ever- 0, Rrt\lIrUr'l! of what happens In
Chamber President R HaKen./ one of Uu American!)
c whl'Inns'' I land tide, Bv heI
Public Utilities for the prizes, and : / rmlure 'he next l few' months, we Iw I k for
Hugh Stone calls attention to the 1 best killed In a h.irrniks.: bombing III Ifs i|I i ;
wishes likely to than
for and more compromise,
a happy prosperous year to the News Leader,! md< Ilndio Sla- PrciHi.it Johnson to cmrmroml'
which li being Snlgin" on C'liiiMmai Eve,
currently ,
directory to ri'iilexl.' Also he Is sinceie
thin WPAP fur the publicity I i deeply n 1'ie' situation In South Vietnam I
revised by a representative of the I The Ivdv t Is hc'lntf relmmd( tot I In Ins ,desire In sccclcrnle( the mellme during 19115 and move,
publishing company. Hugh urges 'the Unhid Stiles, lohy l Wednen-. croiumi.c gnu lit of this country timaxl "niTlrnliratlon": -- -
cooperation In this effort and we -- -- -- -- Pirates To Battle day A memorial:, service will beheld and In v' ille'| out puvrity" I 7, millions In Culm are not

agree with him. Such directories :LJ In Stanley., Wisconsin, blilh. I But vie ni"si' nut forge! that b" are used by many other cities and Men Apprehended Fernandina Beach I i Mayor E. place ul I the. cc'iinrtl. Wilson and Franklin I I The H'idslnnj do nolMng Joliamllcup ,
firms seeking Information on respective I i On Key hnSOn-1 Strong Hilliard I.t. Cd Mogen: Pint Mrs. llniten Itoosevill pioinlied to keep America ( : lri"; neither:: will::: they

communities such as For- visited here ncvetul years ago/ mil of "lorelun" wan And already !- do much t'i' help him Thus ('aotrowill
nandlna Beach For Break-In At I Featured In ArticleIn Of Florida Team TuesdayThe with their! cluhv friends, Col and the British tlnamlal crisis he unable to deliver the uc<,n'-
Mrs, Water Prrvtnn. end were so has furred the Federal Reserve t tn role help he has been promising(
Callahan I I Lou Kilter of Jacksonville, prel.1 Impress with Kcrnundln Beach I mine ltd discount rate to \4 oilier Latin American nations, And
When you've been with newspapers Home j Popular BoatingThe ident of the Florida Fernandun Bench Pirate, they bn-iBht the lime ef Mr. and II i despite President" Johnson's dislike with mild sugar prices down, the
for more years than you Municipalities announced this week basketball leamI III swing bark Mrs I Jim 1 Work on South Fletcher : of higher money rules Therefore, Cuban chieftain will try to nuke
sometimes like to remember you're Irving Daniel Bright 35, of Bal- December Issue cf Popular that Mayor E. J. Johnson: Jr., has I Into action next Ti>esdiy night Ave: B year ;later, i| as "e look forward to 1W3 from a deal with the United Stales be-
supposed to be a bit blue about tlmore Md and William Lee I Boating, which enjoys one of the''' been named to the Important:: t committee when the undileuled Pirates halite They hud made tlielr home here. our more thin 60 yours of experience fore the end of 111113'

the happier side of life and casehardened White, 21, New Orleans La., hive I widest circulations of magazines I on national legislation j the always lough Milliard Red until eliJit; months aim when he was ( in f recasting> and analysis I 8, Cutbacks In defense sprnd.mi:
to the.ae.mler: lld> But been turned over,to Jackscn Ciun-( ,, of this type, carries a feature estitled."Shuw ', h'tmcUoapf" ,commlilte. Is to I II Flashes. Coach' Rub Stover's crew transferred. to Sal son, Hi was ac. we emphasise, cads again Hint the willnul result In radical unem-
when 1 attended a wedding Tuesday ty authorities for tral'thl'r, byl I :: > Cruise* Into History";I revllew" all legislative matters on : will take a 'record of four wins mid jcnmpunled I : bv Mrs.: Hagen who: re.1\ Kreat! nlllna !lldei of economic (Continued on page two)
night I found myself getting a bit Sheriff H, J, Youngblood following which playa: up Fernandina Beach national level as they pertain to no losses Into the /game with Mil turned lo the Stales In I November' I fundimcnlnh: and social current
moist-eyed and sentimental. The their arrest near Callahan about 9 and the upper Florida East Const. the various areas of the' State of liard and the only less to marr the due to the. Illness of her mother, are likely to have a greater Impact
only trouble was I couldn't distinguish p.m. Christmas day after they had I The feature was written by Elgin Flirida. Hilliard record for the season was | News of the Incident was received on y hilt Is to unfold than will the Amelia DeMolays
between whether the ceremony broken into the home of K, D. HlgKlnbotham While, sports writer for the FlorIda at the hands of Pnxnn of Jackson. here v'Ith much regret and emI I Isldl'rabll' campaign promises of successful
was having that effect on me at Callahan, with Intend) Development Commission anda vlle! which: Is probably the tup concern due to other 10.I candidates,
or whether I was distressed at the to commit a felony. casions.popular visitor here on many oc Head-On Collision Class AA team In Jacksonville. | enl nerv( Irl'ml'nt hnlng assigned In 1. Tnere will ho no wnr with I Entertain At

possible loss of a golfing partner, Fleeing on foot after being foundat Fern mdlna opened the season that ares, among Diem, Pie Janie HusKlii during 15' The Russian I
one of the better ones. Anyway, I the scene by Higginbotham who While describes a cruise which I Demolishes with a win over Baker County of L Campbell, son of Mrs. JiiunltaI people'' want some of the "fWa('... Holiday Dance
guess I had better leave that little was checking on the automobile originated at the Florida Marine AutosA Maeclenny, 4634. The second victory I! Campbell, Sp4 Jerry Grcescn" son and prosperity" that President
detail for Andy and Susan to workout parked in his carport, a late model I Welcome Station here and continued was at the expense of the I of Mr, and Mrs T E Grecsnn, I I II Johnson promised our citizens, \ The Jelly Lodge' was never more

Cadillac convertible, later verified to St. Augustine head-on collision on U 8, 1 Bradford High team of Slarke 564J and Vcnnli Pirtkln, former rc-sl- 2. Witch\ Russia's satellites In beautifully deeoraled Ihnn on Won-
as stolen In New Orleans, the men Making the cruise and appearing Christmas night, approximately then came the win over Cloy I, dent( rating!! unknown i )196n, Thl'Y1'111 try to muke a deal: day night, December 2111 h, when
were hunted for more thin two in a number of the plctur..sl'ere. one and 3.10 miles South of Calla. Mlilh( of Green Cove Springs, 77.62, Col. end Mrs Walter Preston I II with the new Moscow Administra one of the loveliest dances ef I lie
Oice again (Catherine and Albert hours by Sheriff Youngblood and I City Manager David Galchel and | han, completely demolished the and the final game before liking I will HI I end the funeral at Arllng- !loll which will Involve more trade I hrllday season WM enjoyed by the
Hirt'i, two of my really favorite deputies, several State Highway his wife, Patty. Iwo vehicles, a I960 Volkswagenand off for the Christmas holidays, the I ton Vs.I I II and prosperity, and lees politics I ,\mrlls Island Chapter, Order ofDcMoluv.
Patrolmen and bloodhounds The pictures Include he( Welcome a 1958) Ford, according to Stale Pirates handed the battling Orange
locals, have mode our Christmas from ) I Following Khruschev's fall, the and their guests.
much brighter. Munching on Kath- the prison camp at Callahan.The Station, Fort Clinch from thou I Trooper C, H. Strickland lnves.ll. Park; Raiders a 51-41 lose I Guilty Plea Entered I IIin satellites' will aim for more crnsumir \ The Christmas motif: was usid
erlne's incomparable Yule goodies hunt was terminated: by\ water and The Sandbar Restaurant gating officer. Ronnie Sapp six-four Center. for gnarls for their people rather throughout the Ledge, under thn
where the boaters 1 Grand I ; : :; \ ; :
made the Memphis area far less (Continued on page two* I lunch stopped for I David Eleby, 33-year-old Negro I' the Pirates, Is the leading scorer I Larceny I II than foi" more pcrswuil freedom, artistic direction if Mrs, Miriam"

distant as we took our annual holiday - II of Callahan, turned Into the highway fur the llrst four games with 81 ,, Chillies R, Brewer of Yulec en. 3, KuuilH will not bring the Berlin I Iliillcy. The t'ntrnneo'as ulila/o
trip to see mon peril The 70- -I' at the South city limits and I II points Mike Cook, six-three forward lead u gulllv plea lo a huiuc of ISHUC lit a crisis In 1'MV'! ( The with Cnrlstmai lights/ huge caml-
degree weather on Christmas day r | was traveling South in the wrong t r has scored 53 points and Joe liraml/ laricny In t'lictill Court tendency will bo In" soft-pedal lull* j( Ion Blood beside the steps and a
in the mid-Soudh: wrs In sharp) e I Line, according to witnesses." J, E, Thrift, nix foot forward, has rack. Tuesday, about ISeilln until lied, China's |, spray of green and gold brilngraced
contrast to the 16-Inch snow and S I Williams, accompanied by Mist I ed up 51 points. Ray Arsenault and IIn'w'r118/ clinrt'ed wllh the/ course of action becomes cluster 'the dour.
above lemjxirature of a year ego Pnlrlcld Ann Sweat, both of Cal Benny Alvarez, two guards have theft of a hydiuuHc llnor jack: from 4, Red China made the biggest/ The South dining!! room waea
8 I lahan, was travelling North and scored 18 and 13 points respectively Harper! Pnutlvr, .Buick agency lucre news In I'M!/ by exploding a nuclear masterpiece of green and gold In
: 1't' collided head-on with Eleby'i I Circuit Judge John M Me'Null I bomb, In I3! ; Communist the cai.dlellght. Under" the nuulvl

If you want te see an Interesting > r It I Volkswagen, Fcrnundina will have four ordered a pre.acrdrnre'' Investigation / I O'lnj's[ giealesl effort will be lo decoration of a large spriy of.f fir,
feature article and pictures of Per ,< Q Eleby, charged with driving/ or I straight games at home before i i and set! Thursday Jan. 14 lor I gain ailmisslon lo the United Nalimit. gold magnolia and white polntctt'u
nandina Beach see the December n the wrong: side of a divided highway hitting the road again as Mmlcn- '' the iiicnclng ol' Brewer I: World leaders cannot Ignore with reindeer InterposedUr.
wB Clerk of Circuit Court U. 0 Ox- I Ihls awakening giant with Its 700,. burned softly. Each table hrtrf a
Issue of Popu:ar Boating In the was taken to Duval Medical ny will invade the local gym ('ill-
Icy piehHilcd the names of (OOOOOU We believe there Is centerpiece of fir and vhite'puln.settl ..
pictures, taken by Elgin White o Center. with a compound fractureof lowing IMIIard on Friday night for pros people .
the Florida Development Commission 'I left arm, a broken leg, cuts a return engagement with the Pi. pocllve Jurors and a list was drawn I I 50.51) chince that the lied Drag topped by a lighted/ II'< M! tan-
who also wrote the feature are Ar" I I about te tet t the head, and possible: Internal rates Camden County and Yuleel I II for court en the week of January in I, will get Into the UN In 1983S die. The punch bowl was surround
City Manager David Gatchel aid Injuries. will be cniertalned by the Pirates I' 11. wm i Ii one criminal case ind a However, Communist China ed with green and gold magnolia
his wile Patty Williams! was admitted to St. after the Baker County game number if f civil cues will be till not risk all-out war In the year I and enhanced by a gold candleabra.
I I Luke's Hospital; In Jacksonville I hard. i ihead. She has neither a sufficient Continued( on page two)
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Fishermen Find
One of the really gcnc-ous: acts I i i w. I ,re.
of the Yule season can be attributed Negro Child Killed

when to they the furnished Paul Kornau the ftmlly family A MORE THAN TWO-HOUR MANHUNT on Christmas I Christmas Day By Shrimper's Body

Mustang for an la00-mlle binge bya day resulted in the arrest of two men who had broken Auto Leaving Home
21-year-old young man from Into the home of K.D. Hijrsinhotham at Callahan earlier After Drowning

Chattahoochee. While In Jacksonville Pictured from left are the two men charged with the Tragedy struck the lucid Turners I +

Mrs Kornau and daughter crime, Irving Daniel Bright and Willie Lee White, and a Negro/ family residing In the > The body, of Willie Banks, Ml,. r
Paula went Into the Immaculate Deputies J. W. Uatchelor and Johnnie Bodine, Chief ten hundred block on South 10th I I year-ulrt 1"111'0" shrimper who fell
Church on East Duval 'I St., Christmas day when their 2'. John In
Conception Deputy Emory Walker and State Patrolman M. I B. Good from the tiawlcr Captain I II
year-old son, Kerry, was run over I
and as they came out they noticed i Cumberland: Sound cm Deccmlier
their ci>r WM missing. The pollee man. and killed In the yard of their I 123 and won drowmil. WM found I
were notified but It was 4 days I tIl t 11 ; ''II III !III I II HUE t home. Thursday morning on Pelican MI '
later before the car was located ( I Kerry, who had been playing In land by pursing fishermen. The ,.
back In Jacksonville and an arrest the yard with other children, evidently I I I body was taken lull Kmut Hay
was mcde of the culprit who had crawled under (he car of a Terminal and later to SI. Murys, i 7 -I
taken the grand tour with a 14- relative visiting the home and was ,
year-old feminine companion Like run over while the car was being I Ga.An Inlenslve search was eon- /

1 said, Paul, one of the more ben backed out into the street > dueled bv Sheriff If J, VounKblood >
evolent acts of the season. Put me City Police Officer Curtis Smith
Investigated. and his Water Patrol, and a total
down for the next one : shrimp boat crew, alter LawrenceI I
The accident was termed unavoidable
I Wilson of the trawler reported
captain -
by authorities.
I 1 i that he. and Bunks were j
Net wishing to add a sour note pulling In a net as they were returning

for those who normally receive I .. Fernandina Beach !: In DTt: und /flanks fell ov _
large Income tax refunds each year erboiird while wearing boots and a
but trying to be logical It must be Weather slicker ever his cloth UKi
pointed out that refunds will bet t i The accident incurred between
smaller and fewer Due of course )I U, S Apprnvtd Weather Stilton 1 the Jellies: snit Fort Clinch, Wilson
ftnuth 7tH At Lime Steen laid lie said he took control
to the timing of the lax cut this over
year. Don't spend too much of \, Dec 24 Mil 78 Mln fiO RjlnThursddy 0 rf the boat which haul born on an-" MKMIIKIW! : OP 1JIK: .\ AMKIIV: 1 HLANIJ CIIAITKIl: (OF DEMOLAY) were honored by

your expected refund until you get Friday, Dec 23 77 58 01| lopllol and searched/ for Bunks but the attendance tit several officer of other l'htp't'rlol' and the "Sweethearta" at the train
the approved figure could find no trace of him, holidlY dance .Mond.ty evening at the |
Jetty .odjr.f.
Saturday, Dec 26 78 62 0 From right local members and
tI THIS SNAPPY. LATE MODEL) Cadillac convertible, Sunday, Dec 27 71 U 1 121 The until Coast tam.Guard Joined and(thesearch (fin-Is Koliert Stevens ('hip lire*Ion, Charles, .. (turn, AI Oliver, District.. neprl'lIenolaChf.

stolen in New Orleans, was! the high style transportation, :Monday, I Dec 28 G't! 47 0 the shrimp boat and Wednesday sheriff water Perkins! Johnson Sue Brett Wewonnell Chapter Sweetheart Tom Til man.

The projections for the future ; for the two men who arrived at the K. I). Hitreinliotham I Tuesday, 'Xc 29 *2 52 0 patrol continued tu look for hi* Cinnie (;urner, Slate J)1' JolIY Sweetheart, Jerry Beard, Mike Weatherby, State Alm -

seem to be that prosperity Is herewith j E home, broke a rear window to enter the residence, and Tht Finn......th., .Pi.hl'r,If furnl.hH nunu.e enurvtiy rOoulh .. body through the day. nor Charles' .. Iliitchlns, MJHM.V Sealed, JueenV ('our(. Riverside Chapter 'lommy Jame.
ui to stay for quite a while collect a number of articles found In the The Hanli Don Norris Pawl
(Continued on Page Two) chicle. 7th it Lane street | Captain John Is owned by stun Master Councilor, Riverside Chapter and David
WPAP NEWS PHOTOS!! Uwls Mulun, CooprnUve Otostrvsf the Tiliakos Seafood Co J 1I"erllmelll' Chapter Master Councilor.

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Two News-Leader, Fernandina Beach, FlpiIda-Thursday, Dccimbcr SI, 1904 rind overwhelming enmpetltlon ai for fertile acreage In the f"rm jcrtr proTP*'". The BO'fi' fro.g.ess :.BeacK: ( -*
__ Bnbson Predicts forced! consider anew
.- -- ,. i further Increase la (iIIIW"Ca111 be belt : will be 19
I seen In 1963 3fl As UU begins, prices for: silver' coinage kct. If I U Is tyt t Weather Report

I LETTERS TO Continued scam Pose On.) I 29 As I result of automobile agricultural products are generally passed In 1963, It wll} at Shortly/ Stev Rich Observer

I ploymenl !la fie U. S. In IMS. Corn | strikes In late 1364 and the fear el/. well above their lows for 1964. Cn- |I thereafter. I Weather Station, at (663 MacGrrfoiBlvd. '

'. I THE EDITOR ponies and regions seriously afferted I a poulb'e'! steel shutdown In mid. less severe widespread drought Iii- I 46. Returning to the In.Import.I .

,J1clus by the loss of convention-- | itus\ wc look for i bulge In bust .tfivenes, n I lok for as iowa then I ant foreign Icene' since we are I .
a>" defense work will shift to meet: i I ..IMS. volume during the first. hull scMoual strength In agrlc,'Itur,it I very much wrapped tiP l I. the ju.t Tuesday Dec, 12 UK 60* Mln 43 H.iln'0

from the I :3 Highland Ave. ,, he rapid changes due In our system >i 19,3:; prices during the year ahead In 'ire of the Free World -' we fai>- \Wednesday, Die 23 73 48 0

Watcrvlllc' Millie: of defense during the. next 27" U a nutshell, b'I'islnesi should: ::0: woid, we do nit see any near.berm cist: further Instability among the rhu!adiJ': Dec. 24 72 63 o

,"' Dear SirPlease : few jeaisi I, snake new all-time blubs/ In eary] Important uplifting fore 1 01:: I I Russian leadership 'Kkrusebevitistpr : Friday, Dee, 23 71 53 it

"Rcc" Center continue: !' by nil means, mywickly i I 9. Our Defense Department, un : )ladS: alter midyear, a laprrlng the I ann scene :: m irked onj: Inc glnnlnq q Saturday Doc 20 74 61 0

I copy ot the News Leader der Secretary McNamora's: leadership diwjr! ; likely However, 1993!) will 37. Tic situation In I Ind'I'tr'al] of the c!'mlng power grnb In Mo .j Sunday Dee. 27 7) 8J) 107

It was very gratifying! to is to will Incretsc efforts. In ItJ" I IlIt't another new record. I cnnimodty pr'cpl' I Is sonv'\ 'h ltliflcrcnU cow The real leader: bill- nut yet Monday, Dee, :23 63 40 0
DY find so many wonderful changes t tj produce new super: ueap ns It With business hcadngh'ghcr emerged
]I 23 Following the strike In:errup. I Tuesday. Dee. 29 63 53 oMen
In the town since leaving In 1934.I :; : Is realised there would be no Mng- (lens of late 1JC4! personal Income In tile first half and w'thhbor i 47' Arcndancy of the African
S.\NDY DESANDROTIIUUDAY I: When we visited the) I last Inot or other "line" to prr ted any j ihnuld move smartly ahead to new costs seal ng new peaks, Industrial and Asian nations la a posltlrn cf ,

spring !lt was wonderful toe see our I country In future wars Control 1 of 1 highs In the first tnlf of W,3 commrdity prices, with control' In the, Urtlrtd Nations' will Apprehended
December SUtAttt 9:30.11:30: am, Vlzcarron- old friends space will be the new aim In defense I In 1963 to
: Carolyn\ | again. I ilihou.il", the rate of advance will some exceptions, will push upward I i force t the United States
Ceramic t In the Art Room do, Adult Leader I bope you have recovered from I Jew alter midyear. at least during the coming ''take' ) action alone when vital sphers .
nt 33D: jjhn. Rink Sides, Instruc. \ Adult Ceramics In the Art: Room 10. Intensified emihasls on new The (Continued from Page One)
most of the hurricane damage ItI ; 29. Tills projected rise In Income I six minllii. of Influence are .\loliedv
at 3:30: p.m., Hank Sides, Instructor !I was distressing to see the pictures space.aC defenses will provide wEl:1 be beneficial to retail trade 38. Living costs will' also rise to.. UN: will become even, mere of a Corp. v, C. Amason and State Pa.
torSmrmoh M. B Goodman
Club Party )In the Con- Happy holidays to all, mere J'clba In 13! thfn the clotlnidiwn I And thjugh/ buying In the second I new all-time he'ghts. And since I debating society: and menth by trolroan
I fersiauefloom it 8 00 p,mTftrwWtorcsn Scoutmasters Roundtabte) In the I i Mr and Mrs. Douglas 0 Fink of obsolete Insta'latlons'! will quart may be dampened by heavy President Johnson Is committed to jnnnia. the chancei 'grow dimmer Recovered from the Cadillac

\ Club New Years I Conference Room at 7:30 p,m. eliminate ,i Income-tax payments dun. Uncle ] getting: Medicare passed at this : t tint we will ever' again see United were three suits, several shirts, a
nnHJJDhe!! :! Auditorium at :00FrrJSrjlTC'J II]. The stock nrrket 11'1'1' 1 cr0. Sam en April 13th as a result of re
pm.- Jr. HighElementaryLUNCHROOM I Amelia DeMolay tlnue to be a paradox In 1963 The under-w.thholdlnj during 1964, the Shut, nursing, and drctors fees taI erallons such .as In Korea or the Log kit, taken from the Hlggliiboth-

w ry 1, INS Dow-Jones Industrial Average miy last ha:1:I of toe year will find retail I spurt before the end of 1965Sfl Conga am home A number of other ail.

New Year'i Day Center Closed MENUS (Continued from Page/ One) push!! to lOCO bcfcre any real turn trade In certain lines such Eves with federal Income 48. Following the British crisis Ides were also found In the vehicle .

SATURDAY! January lad 1 January 4 I i I i The buffet bible, covered with a around takes place. Many stacks as furs and Jewelry spurred by taxes already slated I to drop t General de Gaul'e! will work birder not Identified with this

Ceramics Pouring Class In the Moods: Meat hoof New Year's j lace cloth, was laden with ham, however Including numbers of President Jchuwn promised excise | notch next year and with : than ever In 1963 to unite Europe break-In.,

Art "RMrn at 11:00 s.m.-3:03 p.m., oufilo, blackrycd peas, celery I II cheese shrimp, din, an assorti Issues oriented to conventional tax cuts {I excellent that excise prclPcct.j as a great third force between The men will be returned h

Hank Sides, Instructor I sticks, rolls and butter, resolution: i I ment of crackers, brerd and candy. warfare and defense will still do 30 The Important automobile industry cut t, rejoicing, should be reslroUed'by Communism: and the United States Nassau County for prosecution, following .
Teen Club In the Game Room at fruit cup, '/ pint milk I' Dancing was In the main roomI little] or nothing Look for greater I' should post another excellent I'I t the knowledge that I local taxes I President Johnson Is well awarethat their trial In Jackson Coun-

7:15: p.m. Tuesday: All meat franks, macicaronl I I where the decorations Included a I selectivity In stocks next year sales year In 1963 but as the will take another uptwlst and social the winds of change are blow. ty.
SUNDAY January Sri w/cheese, seasoned green I' /gaily trimmed Christmas tree 12. 1965 may be an advantageous/ yeir advances we feel that gains security levies will rise sgaln Ing strongly In Western Europe. Taking part In the manhunt with

Lutheran Church Service la the beans, cole slaw, buns and butter, Here tie;, rmntel was embellished I time for Investors to pjt very stocks small I will be harded to come by. even taster after the 89th Congress ::::3e could see the beginning*' i ot Sheriff Youngb'ood! were Deputy

Conference Room at 11.,04 Im, apple streusel, "4 pint milk. with an Immense wreath of fir, sums ot meney Into space' 31. The powerful building and enacts Medicare. I for transatlantic union ai Sheriffs Jim Sawyer, Johnny Do-
MONDAY January Oils Wednesday: Short ribs of beef, I I green and red magnolia/ and holly These are outright speculatlens, construction activities should prove 40. Climbing capital goods outlays ]I envisioned by U. S. Admlnlstri/
Corjinjics ((9.11)) In the Art Roomat mashed potatoes, buttered llmas, berries The fireplace was accented I i but so were the ventures of Columbus -i I strong support to general busU I will be one rf the brightest t tI liens. during the past two decadai dine, Colon Slkes, Special Deputy
| Magellan, and other explorers I II Ij 49 World.wide credit problem Wilson$ likes, Chief Deputy Emory
Gains this
S:*> i>.m, Hank I Sidei Instructor tossed \egctablc salad, peanut In red and green A large green 1 ness during 196) even though I spots for 1963 over year ,
butter cookie, rolls and butter, '1-1'' and red bell hung from the ceiling/ cf the past If there were no rlek-i we foresee no marked Improvement j could run as hIgh as WX; I, and restrictions on trade cut dark Walker Corp. V. C. Amason, FliP.

.A&dtnand. Teens Ceramics In pint milk.Thursday: Its clapper of mlsleloe. shOre takers there would be no progress Some gain In dollar volume 41. l-urlhcr progress in United \ shadows on Investment prospects sad StaU. Patrolman M. B. Good.
j and red streamers were Such 1101I'evI/r'l I Will be due to higher costs. will he hardir toachieve Pbrcad Many nations which have mad,
the Art Room at 1tS: pm, Rink. : Turkey tetraszlnnl, I green be well diversified and largely Stales exports : IIroll'lh' the
should 11/11\1 shewn\ great during
Sides.. Instructor I buttered broccoli spears, carrot draped. All window held candles Apartment building has been over. In the I coming year Cor.
would be paA
and Cnrlstmas greens lied to amounts you done In sums sections and a breath- thinly, it the steel labor outlook root t 20 years will be poor risks
Buccaneer Coin Club In the Came atlcks, biscuits ,and butler, V) Head-On Collision
to the
Rnnm at 7:30: p.m.Cuttar.Lensons gripefrull, 'a pint milk. i i Over one hundred members and pared Cash dividend piyments lug/ spell I Is logical. One.and two- i]I appears bad by mid-spring, heavy for new commitments. during

In the Conference Friday:, Salmon loaf cream ; guests of the Order of DcMnlaydanced 13 Increase In 1965 although family houses could pest a small Imports of foreIgn steel may be I year 19G3
Room at,7:30: p m., Robert Peeples, sauce, potatoes In jacket, harvard to the music of "The Blaz should at much slower rate than i 'Increase, but the big market for I resorted! to by U. S. businessmen. 50 In conclusion: we recall the (Continued from Page One)
Instructor beds, cornbread and butter, pineapple ers" from Valdosta, Ga the a this new housing Is still some years This would, result In a narrowing statement of a former Presidentof with a broken ankle and possible
Surfers Club Meeting In the ClubRoom upside down cake, 4 pint Out-of-town guests attending were has been assessment case of year./finances M distant | cf our favorable trade balance and a South American nitlon: That Internal Injuries Miss Sweat was

''4 ,7:30 p,m. I milk: the Misses Conner Garner, State 14. No be madewithout ;12. Oxerextcnslon of credit and have a further adverse Impact on the USA prospered so greatly treated at St. Luke and released
Sweetheart, Sue Brett, the United States can balance of because Its founders came to wor.
DeMolay ovcrambltlous opcralois have )tot the U. S. International .
TUESDAY : Strickland In the Invcstlgatlon
5th 1
January weighing Biltilnlplight Assisting
Playschool In the Came Room Bill Peterson, head coach at Wesconnett Chapter of DcMnlay We carefully are convinced/ that un. I t tie: real esta'e, market lit a !bin} I payments. I] sh'p 'God as opposed to countries were Stale Trooper L. T
Sweetheart, Missy Scales, Queens in l nutropoli 41 arens 42. Although we are not forei limo settlers went to wor.
Florida State which meets Okla-i] many 9:30.11:30: : am., Carolyn Vlzcarron.do less the) labor Government ado-it I Halley and Corp V. C, A mi son
homa In the January 2 Gator Court attending Riverside Chap. We strongly advise :aut o.i uv i casting/ runaway Inflation for 1963 sblp gold/ !Surely we can hope to
Adult Leader
the I
< I Bowl Is completing his tee of DeMolay; Mike Weatherley| slrlet austerity measures making new commitments, especially 1 Vie do feel that attempts to keep I II prosper Jiv tie future only as weccournti.e
Girl Smut Troop No. 231 In the I game will fall before the end of
business ventures
pound and boards for new
Al Oliver, DislilctRepresentative ) I In that righteousness
Game fifth at the Semlnole'shelm I Stale Almoner in commercial real estate money easy In this country. Uefire ;
Room at 7:15 Mrs seauon
: p.m., \ Don Norris, I'aotMaster 19b5 wbere a thin equity exists of r a worldwide trend I towardlighter morality must be as Important as during 1965 and In all the yean
This Is his first to''
Phillips, Adult Leader I Until the fate of the pound Is I
I Councillor, Riverside!! Chnp. 13 ,33. However, even If scairerthan credit! win greatly Increase j.analysis'and ,stitlsUcI *s.,sprlng-., ahead
Painting' For Leisure In the Art the Jacksonville, Fla, bowl game. I resolved, ihort-lerm Interest rates ----i.--___
ter of DeMolay.The lucre still be 1 cf later Inflationary
In recent years' Ole) danger a
Room 7:15 .
at :: p.m.Barbershopperl must be kept high 13 prevent for
solemn ceremony! of the Or. opportunities far selective purchases b'bw-nlC! Conditions rrmind us ot '
In the Conference Fernandina Beach der of DeMo'ay Nine 0clock Interpolatlon elgners from withdrawing their de. of real estate ID 1963 Each the late 1920's when th" Federal
Roln"at! )! 8:00: p,m.WFDNESDAY held here Also, domestic demand I :
NEWS. LEADER was observed I posits remain jrea Is a law unto Iticlf Knuw'"Reserve here, kept credit t'lO ehonnand SAFELY START THE NEW YEAR
promises .
Ills icr credit to
January Chaperons -...ere members of the : your locality and study the direction plentiful to support the British .
Ceramics <12-14)) In the Art Roomat Council, Duane Newsnme, strong Hence, Interest rates will laud Hence the eventual ,lUpsi- '
Advisory of growth trends Farm : pound. c
Ash Street ?hone 36S4
3::30 p.m., Hank Sides, Instructor 811 Everette Howard and Mrs How. i I edge upward during I be 1 1963 erosion I I IIn bought In the petit of exptndng came f.om an even more dangerous With A Set

Ray Csldwell"' : Mallaer.EdllorPUbJ.hect ard: Chapter Dad, John L Smith 16 Tiere may some I suburbs may be a better long.term level.
Adult Ceramics In the Art bond as Interest ratesmove : .
Room prices ;
and Mrs Smith. j buy In 1965 than stocks 43. It Is unlikely! that the United
at 7:13: p.m., Hank Sides, Instruc. : every Thursday am Hutchlns, upward, but there should be : '
Assisting were John 34, Nonfarm real estate foreclosures States will raise the price of gnld
tirTIIUISDAY. entered at the Ps,: Office, Fern no massve: decline unless t real OfGOODYEAR
Jeff Bowera and Tom TUmanServing w:II continue In an uptrend ,I during 1963 However, we may
January 7lhJPhyschool andlna Beach Florida, as second at the buffet table and | credit crisis develops. Investors during 1903 This should be particularly I well see the calling of a monetary'
: In the Game Room CM.M mall mrttsrrrere'i .. Lillian Bow. making new purchases would do
punch bowl were Mrs. true In rctf-ns where overbuilding ccnfrrcnce to deal with weakened
well, hew'ever, to stick now to TIRES
-5-- ers, Mrs. Miriam Bailey, Mrs. An- of speculative homes has i British financial situation and to
Mrs. lola Stores, Mrs bonds maturing within five years cutbacks In greater liquidity for woildI e
I II nle Burns I taken place snd where I attempt
0't.' Dorothy Hutchlns, Mrs. Eula Hahn, Sometime during 13 longer defense spending cause local d:stress -' currenclei generally
Mrs Barbara Clark and Mrs Madeline may become good buys bondi'' I I 44 As far as gold stocks are concerned At The Right Price
17. Inflation: may
TUman | for' 35 Productive farm land that they are already high and I
The Amelia Inland Chapter of 1983, but we do not look I lends lltclf to mechanization will should only be held In 1963 as Insurance .

DeMolay reports) the dance was. way prices next year as. producltlrje not: decline In price In 1965. Rising egnlnst the long.range j l Motor Co.
such I tremendous success, thtyj capacity Is too ,InrqeIB use of, farm equipment makes It trend toward higher world prices serre
hope to make It an annual affilr. .. More wage hikes jire necessary for operators to cultl- for gold. '
In 1965. Liberal concessions wen In I Tlili I Itrend 45 The silver colnigc situation 629 goutli 8th Street
vate e\er-lirger spreads
!'the auto and other Industries In I t I .
demand I will become more acute as the
lust Ramblin' 1964 provide tempting target for ]I, I Is- maintaining-- ".. .. '. u '. ._ _
the sled unions and secondary | .
I I labor groups\ to shoot at In 1'Mtt!
(Continued from Page One) 19. To fie cx'ent' and this( c'>uldi
yet But there are some who feel I be considerable that hg'crl'! I
''nflntlpn Is Just t around, the corner. ''costs cannot be cnrme'nailed f"r"

And probably ninny feel that sieh:I I by price hikis and grcnt-r cfll- ,

1 felling "Is comparable I to standing!, clincy i-ruflt( margIns; will suffer In All Of UsAT
:n wilsl deep water fearing you I 1'JGI

mIght: get your feet wet. 20. Indicd d'spllo the pnj-ctid'

Not (lint you con di much about tax rate next yuir, we I In' k f! r enl, *
't and jouro proonbly all too aware a very slluht overall rise In cnrp- ,

_ :j'w nlfDdv hut here Just a pinIng : ,I crate profits nit ling In pom I I
thought If yoire! in average- par with (Ills yearn huge JO';1 cx.
wishing you the best salaried employee and work an 8. panslon ::
In view for the brand New Year, hour day that beans at R a m. I 21. 1 labor disputes, will be ni'm

We are most appreciative of your don't plan tn spending coy of the croon In 1911r.1:\ IIY lib r puts

Tumi patronage and look forward money you receive!! lor your ocr. can, and will bo reipcntd for wane
vices until lifter 10 22 a m It hikes
to serving you In the days to come, hut m'rh': nf your cf.ort U cire ndjus.:mcnts durlns the cmlntfynr FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

for your taxes .. 22. Fmplovmcnt will e"ntln"'e
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I favorable in 1W1. but additions to'

rolls will be most nnlteable-In;

CONTRACTOR RUBBERS fields such as teaching, pen-nal I
I and government work. I

Olin 27th YEAR IN FERNANDINA OF PLEASANT DCACH ASSOCIATION STAMPS employment services apparent 23. Little In the real We drive are progress only to reduce now will"Juat"touching un be I,| Wish You Aridt: ii'i f s

Any Size eff' the big new explos.. ,
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Ion In growth of labor force
rn rnhra
I i 24 Due to I costs look; ... -
Inquire for business to turn even more to
automation and labor.saving devices '
'I in W81! Pressures on profit A 'vvMost ; \.

NEW YEARS EVE Phones. I mnrc'iis':' will spur cost-cutting and "t' ;

261-3687 efforts' to raise productivity }
I I 23. Uecmise of rising expenses .
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I Happy And Prosperous

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XeuT.piderr: rprnnmlini DenchFlnrkla-.Thureday! December' :11,1 6tPage Three
Hibiscus Club Has Wed December 20 Bridesmaids' Luncheoi n December 19 -

December Meeting Compliments Miss M wry Ann OliverEngagement

At Home
Goolsby Mrs A. C Oliver of St Sinn*

The Hibiscus Garden Club met Island, Georgia, was hostess at Ibrhtl'sl1olds' : Told
(, luncheon
at the home of Mrs. T 11, Goolsbv honoring
: Dec 21 : Miss Mary Ann Oliver and her at
on Monday, at BOO p m .
wllh Mrs S. L Tarllun, Mm L K. tcndnnls at the Surf on Saturday,
Nolan /end Mrs. D O Oxley as December !19.
co.hostesses ) An arrangement of white camellias .
The president, Mn L S. Giant. with red satin bows foimid
welcomed the twenty.six members the centerpiece for the lunehcon
present, and wished every one a table. The Bursts' places were
Merry Christmas and Happy New rc0 marked with large sand dollarswith
tear n'mcs Inscribed In red, tied

Mrs Ntlan read the Club Pray. with red satin bows

rr, +nd Mn J. J. G. Cooper re- Miss Oliver present!'d eneh of
ported the Chrlslmns tree hod been her atlerdants with a grid charm r
put up at the hospital t'nlraedllIh their Initials and the

tin. W, C Ovum gave the (time. date of the occasion
ly tip 011 the December time table. hpi& Attending were' Miss Kristin Mathpa .
Something of Interest was given by I Scoflcld Miss Sari Susan
Mrs J. H Ilutchlns on How Pcln.sclllos Luke, Miss Louise Robistal llchl, r
were associated with Christmas t- Miss Miry Crews Meli, bliss Elsie
time". The legend of the Elizabeth Hicks Mrs Thomas J.
Christmas tree was given by Mrs Luke, Mrs L Candler licks, Sr..
Goolsby Mrs Thomas William Oliver, Jr

Mrs Carl Quattlcbaum hid the hostess and her dauiJilcr: Miss
chiike: of the pi'OKI I'aml'hleh was Betty Oliver I'UK: I ISIUm OK TIIK: UIKISTMAS: DANCE; for thl'nwllll' ('haplee..a4

<,n gilt \I wrapping IIh Mis Cooper I I IMr I The bride-elect was' presented a The t'mii.ci|: ,i<'ni of Mini\ Sheila DeMotnh: tmjihisi/ed.. l by the beautifully appointed refreshment t iMe Ilrf'i'lidl'd.o\'er:

being Judge of the Kill wrapped silver Iray from her hostesses, Ann Sullen: lighter if Mn i iibtlh F.' l h" member of f the DeMohv: hupter :Mothers.\ From night: Mr*. Mane Uaill'lnI.:\ .-

packages brought: by the members ( Sutton und the Ink UnrgiSullon Jeff Bowers! Mrs. T, J. (lirke, Mrs. Paul Hums and :Mrs.\ (Ann 11:1: hn.
Mrs Flank Mad.arcn won for the to (lurks: II. Wile x von,
most original, Mrs A. H. Reynolds Thomas J, Luke and daullhll'r.Sally of Mr and Mrs, Jim \lic"x ,.
for the like Lakewood Mrs air invited I In the (miimmv and
most Christmas. and Ohio: ClaudeW announced this wink her Burden-Groover Wedding To Be
by nlllthl'l'Thc' .. I
Mrs S. L Tarlton for the prettiest Dennv, Mr and Mrs. G K:. La. ncepilin I,> 10U.In the SIII'I,1
weillnu( will bi nn rvons" it Hill ni llu chinch Solemnized At Home January 2
The door prizeI'll won by Mrs. Savannah Georgia: Mr, and ,
Reynolds, and Biter the gift exchange Mrs W H. Nollman, Starke: Miss January 8. 1 Isis! .i III l eWil oeluk m ,i I The biidi.dill t Is a trutliliU ol
a dtllghlful social hour w is N'orris Oliver, Miss Leila Oliver, the Millie liipllst' (Innill. :Ni ii. \"ul('(' llii.ll SdullIl.' 1 Mr, Vtilux Until, Sue Burden, daughter of T
enjoyed. Miss Carol Robbins, Vidalia, Geor. Illations are bilnu sent hut nil graduated fiiini ruiiiiullim Brach Mr and Mrs Glenn SIt'phly1111
I friends sod I rehlixes if the ton),le I High., ''xl'llolnllr'l'lldlnll vows with Mr Personals
Mla: Mr and Mrs. Rex Melt. _
Ch.nlii W. Groover on January 2,
, Mrs D. A Partin Greenville, South Carolina: Miss
1H.5! I
Nan Price, Lyons Georgia: Mr Mien: lIabb1'11I' return this wuek.i .
Is Hostess To !\ and Mrs. Lewis Candler Hicks Jr. I and Mrs J. B. Colbert Tampa: Exchange Vows At t HomeMr. I The bridegroom elect! l Is the sm : nil to thililnplier, .Newpirt( ('0111'1:0'Ilu : '
' of Bl uk-' i
Edna Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker and I of Mrs Bubble Groover Neuspnrt' 1e's'a" where she
Davis Circle : Miss Mary Ann Oliver became! Mrs. )Hicks chose a becoming daughter, Judy, Cincinnati, Ohio: rink Roud, and the lute Mr Groo ', Is a student

The Edna Davis Circle vf the I the bride of Ensign Lewis Candler' piece ensemble of soft pink and Mr and Mrs. Carl Courson Our I Mi'*. Robert Bubi mill d.i lulitcn!! ;
Memorial Methodist Church met In I !Hicks Jr In a candlelight sere 11\\0 aim matching clippers riend I daughter Cynthia Ann, Jacksonville I Rev l avlil Page of Juckiin .:Iknlnd Kathy, alliudid the

December with :Mrs 1). A. Partin. mony Sunday, December twentieth was designed of two large roses Nile, will officiate at the ceremony I r"dudton: of her win, Terry, from
Eleven members ere present. at five o'clock In the after In shaded pink I Mrs Tom Baggs, St. Petersburg: I at Wit: ocloek at the Groover : Horlda Stale University( on 1>ec.I .

Mrs. Gordon Butler opined the I noon at Memorial Methodist I Each of the mothers wore a cor. Mr and Mrs. George Walker, Chi home A will follow and ember in
meeting with a prayer Church Dr Thomas J. Luke of f sage!! of orchids. cage, Illinois: Mr and Mrs Henry s s tp reception I !Miss Gail Cook la visit inK thin
Mrs Cave Bowers rend from the Lakewood Ohio, uncle of the bride, The spacious, rooms of the Oliver Richard and daughter, Kim, Bal z ,I all friends and relatives of the 'week llh hiss Suriaiio family In

first chapter of Luke far the Spiritual and Rev Nelson<; P. Moyer, pastor, home were lovely with pink floral boa, Canal Zone: Mr and Mrs. couple arc cordially Invited. Vcro. Biiuh
Life message were the officiating ministers. I arrangements accented with gold ; Dsshwood Hicks Mr and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. {'(-('II Pie belt, Dor.illiy I

For the Missionary Education i!I The bride II the daughter of Mr, 'An arrrpgement of gold fruit was I Thomas Hicks, Gainesville:: Mr.I CARD OF THANKS Jinn and Cetll Pleke.lt. Jr,
lesson, Mrs E. P. Davis, Sr talked and Mn Thomas William Oliver, used on the mantel wIth' gold magnolia I anti Mrs. J. Russell King, Mr and spent, I'In'1st mm In Pi Hard. Alabama -
on the subject, "Two Kinds of''I Jr The bridegroom Is the son ofi [ I Mrs Doug Milne, Jacksonville: We are sincerely grateful to with their sin and daughter
Congolese |i Mr and Mrs L. Candler Hicks, The brides table was overlaid Mr and Mrs. Charles Jenkins and f rf friends and neighbors for their In.law, Mr. and Mrs Vtrium 1'lc.,

Donations were sent by the clrcle Sr of Tampa I with a magnificent, hand embrold son, Lakeland: Mr and Mrs. Waiter many kind acts of sympathy during .- hell, and family Enroule' home

to the Week of Prayer fund The bride was given In marrhge I ered cloth of grass linen A tall DcLoach Mrs Pat Blake, Mr f re / our sad bereavement. Our appicclutlon they visited another scm. and
and to Rev Kenneth Troxler In I by her father and had as her maidof silver candelabra centered with and Mis Paul Sirrett Ronnie and cannot be adequately daujjilei: .In.law, Airman and ,Mr.

Brazlllla. honor, Miss Kristin Mathea Sco. pink camellias, held five, lighted Joan Mr, and Mrs Joe Domlnguei ri. expressed. \David Plrkett, at Fort Walton
The circle was dismissed by re field of Darlen, Connecticut Other I Cathedral tapirs A beautiful three and sons Gilmore and Joe, Jr., (signedi) Mrs E. N. Crews Beach Vance Pickett ruturnsdhome

pouting the circle benediction In attendants were Miss Sara Susan I Her: bridal cake graced one end ofHie Mr and Mrs Hugh Prince Mrs and family with.his grandparents.....
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unison Luke, cousin of the bride, Lake table and a silver service was 0 C. Eden, Mr. and Mrs. William i. iA
wood, Ohio yiss Louise Roberta 1 placed el the other end where Mrs Ponder, all of Tampa: and Mr and ;

Annual Christmas Hclil, Lynchburg. Virglnh. Miss Thomas J. Luke poured. I IaJrsih I I Mrs Sam Cohodas, Ishpcmlng,

Mary Crews Metz, Giecnvllle, A. C, Oliver served eikc Wisconsin.
Party In Yulee South Carolina, Miss Elsie Eliza Misses Peggy and Patsy I I REHEARSAL DINNER AnnouncingNEW '
beth Hicks sister of the bride. Milonc. Miss Pam .. ,:.
At Lewis HomeThe Turbot Miss I I I Mr and Mrs L Candler Hieks
groom, Tampa. Pally Clarke, and Mrs James Trl ,
i I Sr, of Tampa, entertained members
! family' rf Mrs Doolie P I L. Cardiff Hicks, Sr served as putt and Mrs Dan Wilkes, both of I I I of the Oliver.Hicks wedding STORE HOURS
Lewis l hiii tnp t annual 1 Christmas: best 1 man fir his son. Ushers were Atlanta, poured p nch.
: Edward Gluntn Tampa Steve Assisting Mrs Oliver In caring party and out of town guests at a
party on Sunday, December 20 at
the home of Mr and Mrs Chester Foreman, Orlando Bulst Wilker, for the guests were Mrs. A. G. Me. I rehearsal dinner at the Seaside
R. Lewis of Yoke I cousin of the bridegroom, Nrcnah Arthur Mrs. Stanley! L. Tarlton, Hotel on Saturday evening, Dccem- EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, JAN. 3 :
After dinner Mrs. Lewis opened Wisconsin and Thomas Oliver, Mrs. T J. Corbett, Mrs II J. AJlison bar 19th
I brother of the bride Jr. Mrs J. C Bennett, Jr.,. I .
\ the many lovely Christmas presents A lovely buffet was served to
and group and special music The chancel was banked with and Mrs I I.. F Sillers. i I approximately fifty guests In they We Will Be Closed Ail Day
magnolia leaves and red polnscttla The bride book woe kept b I
was enjoyed I beautifully appointed banquet room l .
three with candle trees on eitherside Mist Ditty Oliver\ cousin of the r, !
Including Sixty- children guests, grandchild were present) |' of the altar giving light and bride of St ,Simons Island Geor. while A large branched tree of bone I y. On Every Sunday
holding miniature rice bags
and cleqince to the ceremony gin and Miss Marshall Connallyof
greatgrandchildren.Children .
Thomas J Shave, Jr sang "0 Miami of orchid net and matching satin

1 Lewis, Mrs present W A. were Haddock Bennie, Mrs C: Perfect Love," and "The Lords After spending some time with ribbons, and white feathered lovebirds and Mrs. Phillip Robinson '
formed .
Prayer,"* accompanied by Mrs H their guests Ensign and Mrs a striking back. :
Spencer Haddock, of Kings Ferry : The WEEK DAYS .
B. Dickens Jr at the Hicks left on a wedding t ground centerpiece for the bites I Five Davis
Mrs. J. H Easterling of Rome organ trip to I daughter of piece lull of winter whit wool
Georgia, Mrs. E. L, Gulnn. of The bride attendants wore Id. South Florida They will make honored couple's table was a bis. Mr, and Mn. 0, T, Dovls: of 11I with a rounded neckline trimmedwith
I cntlcai floor length gowns of absinthe their home In Norfolk Virginia que candelabra of figurines holding' (Hard become the bride if" Joseph while ,
Folkstrn Ga, Mrs. W A Roberts a lur nilar,, Her hit
of Yulee Chester R Lewis, Mrs brocade with "A" line skirts, where ne Is stationed with the United I orchids and matching lighted tap. Phillip Robinson on December 23, was a clrtlet oflhlll' salin trimmed We Will Open At 8:30: A.M.

Leroy hullo. Donald lewis and I easy hack and rose sleeves The Slates Navy, ers In a ceremony performed at the with tiny velvet bias and a ,
sleeves and Empire waists were Oil of town guest were The IIUl's1'1 tables were centered I home of the bridegrooms I.. '
patents, licular
Joe Lewis of Jacksonville The only 1011"1 ( face veil She carried a
child unable to attend was Mrs accented with Ivy green velvet and Mrs. A C. Oliver, with a profusion of orchids arranged '' Mr. and Mrs Randolph Robinson, spray bouquet' of white carnations and Close At 6:30: P.M.
Marvin Collins of Jacksonville, bows' A matching bow was worn Chuck and Chip, Mrs. T W Oliver. i ed Into corsages placed In drill- of Yoke ,, centered with an orchid
in the Iinlr Each carried a lighted Sr., grandmother of the bride. wood Interspersed with fern Light. I I The Rev, Ray McKendree, pas hiss SImpson, war a dress of
"andle centered In a holly ball. Mrs C D. Blackwell, St Simons ed orchid tapers were placed I Ilermlttently
in.l i of
CARD OF THINKSI / : tor the Yulee Baptist Church, soft pink, with a itching head.
A floIng cape extending Into a Island, Georgia: Mrs. Roger Moye among the floral pieces officiated I I I piece and carried a bouquet of
would please love to thank each I 'flln erne a regal appearance to and daughter Marsha Ann Bruns. I pink carnations. Waos StoreAtlantic
Giver In marriage her
and an 1 for your prayers, kindness the brides skimmer.shaped gown wick, Georgia: Mrs. Charles L | Following dinner, each guest the bride chow Miss! lllla father, hollowing a reirpllin' at the Drug
understanding and all All have of silk alpaca Reembroldered Al Morgan and daughter FrancesAtlanta Simpson ,,
: you I wis Invited to select a corsage hllm the couple| l lilt\ 01 al'I'd.' .
dine: for mv family and I for t thepast cures lace encrusted with pearls Georgia/ ; Dr, and Mrs: | I from the arrangements, as her only iillendiut: Pile' Jones dale trip In South Mn' 'hI i I. Tiny'
two and a half years. Both extended from below the hlpllne -- --- --- --_ I was beet man for tin brldi'groimi. will make their home ut 441 South I At Seventh

while I was in Florida State Hospital I to a floor length of tiny scallops Thebnlo. wore a lovely two 'II'lclwr> Ave '
I at Chattahooehec' for a year Her fingertip veil of Imported II.: r '
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and the eighteen I \: months I have I! luslon was' caught to a pill box top PERSONALSMr I .

been here since my release from I I ped with handsome self.milcrlal I
the hospital roses She carried a cascade bou- -- and Airs Edwin- of I ,
Crisp Mrs.
I I Lilly Graham returned to ..,. ,. .... ,
Regulations will not permit my qiet of smilax and phalaenopsls i Pirndcila hI) are being trans her home In Savannah, Ga. on v. .ym "" :-. w.Ny; ,
sending all of you t Christ BiilhCard I j orchids ferred to New Mexico In the near I I Sunday after spending a week with
but I can and will receive all FollrWI 'I the ceremony a rccep future, spent assent days last her son, Milton' Graham, and birsaGraham '1
that are sent to me here, tlon was held at the home of the i, week with his parents. Mr and '
May God Bless I all There and I bride at \molia :Mrs John K. Crisp
Here, Psalm loO Faithfully and I Mrs Oliver greeted\ guests In a 1 Mrs. Sadie Sheffield\ returned
Respectfully, Roy Kenneth lIen. striking sheath of turquoise silk Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Crisp and home Monday after spending "'-
drlcks, 009249 3-T.29. P 0 Box I brocade, worn with matching slip children of Rock Hll, S, C spent Christmas In Jacksonville with her
221, Raltord. Fla. 32083. j pers.. Christmas with her parents Mr. son.In.law and daughter, Mr and;
and Al I..s. W. D Forde, and will Mrs DeWItt Weaver
of Mobile/
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visit his parents, Mr and Mrs. Ala and Dallas Texas, who wcr.
John K. Crisp, upon their return the I ,rift' y {
I spending holidays there with,,:
Ilan I from a Christmas vacation with his mother, Mrs W F Weaver?)
relatives In North Carolina Sr, Accompanying the Weaver*I
Mis' M. M, PjdM.lt and thil-' were their son and daughter;
261.4819 C. E. Beach. !Mgr.\ I dren, Deborah. Jeff, Phillip I Craig I law,, Mr and Mrs. DeWItt Weaver! !','4'+Nrn: .rlw. rr.allrro.Nv; Ni/AV.x'iIr'i'iiNiriirr, vmrM ?hirrIk; klr'' So: k
and I Randy, arrived Monday from Jr, and baby daughter, Kalhy, oj"
their home In Burr Hill Va to1 I Mobile. and son.In.law and dauuh*.
Friday & Saturday spend the week with :Mrs Padxctt lee, Mr and Mrs. Ken Ferguson/ 4 Q,
parents, Mr and Mrs II. M Fink of Ausl:n. Texas *I i
JANUARY & 2 : ln
Mi, and Mrs. Fred Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hall attended: 0 a
I'riday 7:10:: Saturday 2.50&:: 7JO: daughters. bh 'rrl and Terri, left the marriage of Miss Rosemary

:Monday to return to their home in Bailey to Jordan Short In Tlfton, I II 1
"FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA" Virginia Beach Va, after spending i I Ga on December 22 at the First 0'
Christmas here with her parents, Method: Church Mr Short Is a Reddy Kilowatt and All of Us At

YIL I5RYNER RICHARD \MDMARK Mr. and Mrs Albert Barber, and I nephew of Mrs C, R. Hall, Jr? of :.
-- TECHNICOLOR family Mrs Schwartz Is the form. I Dallas Texas The Florida Public Utilities Company .
er Miss Carolyn! Barber.
Friday 9 ::2 > Saturday 4.25: & 9 ::2 > i Dr and Mrs Cecil Brewton end Wish You and Yours A t
EDGAR ALLEN POLS I Mrs. Dorothy Carter of Hizel. daughter, Miss Margie Brewton, Very a o :
hurst Ga. spent Christmas week i, will leave Sunday for Columbia, S. \

"MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH" with her sister Mrs. Ruby Pipkin 'i I C where Miss Brewton will resume Happy and Prosperous New Year, v 'o MewJbaO :
and niece. Miss Judy Pipkin, Join. studies at Columbia College They .
VINCENT PRICE Ing the family for Christmas day will be accompanied by Mrs. J. J. .
were, Mrs Pipkin son and daugh.ler G. Cooper who will visit relatives
TECHNICOLOR .In.law Mr, and Mrs. Dan Pip In !Denmark. S. C Dr and Mrs. e epa ,

km and son Danny of Brew tun Brewton will also upend several Resolve To Be Alive
SUNDAY ONLY Ala. her son.in.law and righter. days In Denmark before their re. :
Mr, and Mrs Ernie: Nolan and turn home :
J.\\l'Anr :1 J children Cindy Tom and Rubert I In 1965Florida o Q :

2:10:: &. 7.::JO of Caincftvllle and Mm.In.law and Mn !David Harris and four thil m .. .
daughter, Mr and Mrs Calvin dren of Lake Park arrived Monday
'Jonl's. and children David Jan for werks visit with her father
"DR. STRANGELOVE"OR John and Terri, of \ulec Milton Grahim, and Mrs Gra. .
,: ham. Mr Harris will join his fam ,
I Mr and Mrs. E. R. Bounds will
sly Thursday,
leave Friday for Nashville. Tenn
"HOW I QUIT WORRYING AND to visit their son and daughter Mrs Dorothy Boot William (hint

LEARNED TO LOVE THE BOMB" law, Mr and Mrs. James E, and Mrs. Doris Brsddixk, spent Public Utilities Co.
I Bounds. and welcome their new the Christmas holidays at Satellite
PETER SELLERS I grandson" Mrs Bounds will remain I Beach with Mr Clifford Boot and .
:,, in Nashville far an extended vl lt. family. I r


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WANT AD RATES Phone 261-4456, J7c .r around l.'Mlft In $JunO, The onl>''

M per word M minimum I CLASSIFIED help for oldsters over fit I Is (the II END OF THE YEARCLEJiRANCE

Cud of Thai* ReceljiUoM FOR RENTFOUR DISPLAY Stole mid Federal Old tie AssIMunee -

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t how! (the area: md.irds, dclcrm.
$ per word lUG minimum >H+-----x-----: : : : >ti..,:1+..) ,.MCHARLES t 4 '
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Cal l 261-3R8C'; 2151.M87 4N ( I
From $8.75 to $1250 per week. M I 1'r ; qualify| (for hilp there,

or place ad at! office One und two bedrooms nil prlv- I -

511 t All" Street ate baths. Utilities! and washing COOPER MOTORS yam' Mg114$1a I| "THE nillDE WORE "

machine furnished For Informs- Sales For i v w eIII Deir )Hel-n( 1 rr'd yrur column I

tlon call W. I,, McCranic, 261 I a In the Bnrlinntnn Prms, and 1 need

FOR SALE 4642 or 261-9033. Let ring for some ValiantBarracuda tr help plr SI', My husband and I are

I time tic AQp both 73 years old and air getting ON USED CARS

f ready t tJ celebrate! our Golden Wedding .

l'SED BOY1! BICYCLE Bargain THREE ROOM APARTMENT prl- I II which will 1 be In June" I'JC,1)' ,

for ccsh. Phone! 2613062. tfc vale bath. 111 So. 5th St. Can be Plymouth IIELPt! IIELPI! If the funds were Invested at 4ri 1| We will :have a Solemn High Mass

'"' "' seen after 4:30 p.m. Itp Chrysler I compounded annually and $8,40 I at church, and reception right ofter 1960 1901! ) Ford
FOR SALE Ort : Dear Miss Murryr Hdve
TRADE 2 lota
you I I
Buick Lesabre
per $100 withdrawn each year, it Mv! husband will wear a black .
close( to 3 Points Will for 5 Year made study of retirement Income I
considerlot I HAVE THREE ROOMS rent or 50,000 any Starliner2Door
would require 17.3/4 years to ex- suit which he looks, best t In. How 4-Door Sedan .
lot with building building to upstairs In my house at 1202 Mile Warranty from voluntaryconltibutlnns/ haunt tin fund At f r'< compounded will 1 dress, what color In dress ,
I R& II Auto Hardtop
be moved In the Civil retirement l lor ClftOCTram.
or your equity. 2fil. Beech St. For information, Call plan
I callmntc It 27.7/12 >enrs. If till! and hat 1 like things! rnllier plain, I / v R
& n Auto
4347. Itp 261.4435 J7c Mobile Homes Federal employees T A U S. Civil Extra ,
annuitant dies before the oilniiul but nice Wo expect shout 50 poo.pie.
Sx'rvlre employee under the retircmcnl clean One Owner Car. I TI'Rn.8
$1110 has been paid t In him lit the Thlm hlll'I'I'V, kindly $995
131 SOUTH 81 h ST Doumfiirs, and system <18''lthheld; Perfect Condition. Engine
2000. Call 2G1-4W.! ItJ rale of $U 40 per year, DIP biliince; JUNE HHIDK: I (
unfurnished! apartment. Phone! from his salary) can augment hnreiremcnt
Camping Trailers cf that $100 Is iyible: to an heir. I! Dear June Hrlde: I Just hnj (oj
2614698. tfc Income by. making ad- 1961 Ford Econoline
3.% ACRES AT NASSAUVILLE on After one! or) more annuity Installments j I I hare your iwrrt teller with mv I

paved rood. Phone 261-5888. D31p FURNISHED APARTMENT 14 BEECH it 14tn ST. diltonal voluntary contributions Inr' hove been paid, the rellrcdPmplnyee I readers and I hope you won'tlI Station Bus I960! Ford
Phone 261.3003 which he will receive $9.00 a year
himself ronnot at anytime J mind. I am fortunnle in being us'. ,: Golaxiecnnping
BRICK.REDWOOD.3 So 7th St. 2614689. tfc Equipped for
per $100 contribution} at age 63, or
I Will Trade Boats, get a return of any bnhnec qualnlcd with a gal I who" Is slime.I .
bedroom 1'i bath home. Two $840 a year retiring at (62, pio- ; Com- $1095 4-Donr Sedan ,
FURNISHED COTTAGE, 3 rooms Trailers For Almost of contributed fund From your I i thing of a pnifeshlnn.il, arbiter In
car garage. Oak and Terazzo or aided he names no survivor an I I plete with Extra clean
I and bath. Electrically equipped objective point of view, can yeti things like Ibis and I consulted her SQQSPower
noon. $14,700 term 2615682. 307 Anything That Doesn't nuitant. It would require futile, seats nll-wuy around ( r
Lone Oaks Call 2C1-5066. tic I IIPPI'oXI'1 tell me hnw this fund enmnarei In your beluntFor eiilnr she ad. Rtpl'l'njfHl'I'e'nt'd
No. 13th. St.
D31p matily 11-9/12 to '
Eat.PUBLIC years with i.lher: rule lineslmenls for a v'.1'8'I'ry' dellenln nrrhld In a windows!, cur- Radio nnd Heater

FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 bed- 2 BEDROOM UPSTAIRS UNFURNISHED +:+:+ >+<+x+ I I his time aelual of retirement inlllul deposit at no Interest. fclnjjle woman lit time of retire ,(>'le not Inn( frilly rnnslderlng taint, It & II, P'reed' -

room, 1 bath home! with carport. I apartment on the beach. -- meal at age 627 that It still gets fairly cool In your | ronIi.( (on.
)1961 Chevrolet
Shaded lot. Call 2613733. tic of (the llncn-ype "
Last house on left, NOTICENOTICE I part country a
north 19th St. Call 261.5343 after material I Is rermnntrndrd! andthTequnrlrr 1937 Ford Station WagonConvertible
!linvth sleeve, While
S.30: p.m. tIc beach apartment Call 2G1-4144 BY rUtRK Ot' caRn'rT COURT; >ll NA5R11OUATY/ M.OKn Dear Alice and Readers I'm I R&H
-- -- is hereby given thai Me >\. IN inrrHNO, MIJIIAKTrOlll flattered by question also rime and white accessories.' VS. ,
ATTENTION: VETERANS: Hume, after 2. tfc ..WWJ>,Na..au 0 Ontev Clerk 01 Clr' ) I-FIHIHI. MMNl.lland fluhhrrRHsteil vonr! The kind of grey Which nil, snunds gnnd .In me '! Priced for $195'' Au'to Trans $1, 095
Count rlnrht IRAN ASSOIIA11ON,
near Yulec, 3 bedrooms, one! acre LARGE FURNISHED Arm- will on the 15 h dory of January, IMS' tvorixiratlon matter I was endowed with doesn'trun and I'll hit you'll he the prettiestJunn Qiiiik' Sale At I Priced At
$7,000 with $375 down appruxl. at I :49 o'clock P M at the Northern PlalnlUf, .. .
mately $55 month MENT. Near town $40,00 monthly front door of the Nassau uurl House, .1 to this kind of compulrrlsm, Bride ever. I -

Call 2C1-4978. ne Nassau County In the City 01 F.r. EVERETT IF.TZF.Iond If married! But It'i a mighty Interested
nondms and sell leach 01 Florida. otter for sale Scans, his wife, SkateCbrlullan nucullrn slnre there are scores of I NEED HELP ON A PROBLEM: i Stop by this weekend if you ore looking
public 10
outcry the hlllil.
1708 Brick S-bedronm, Taratton name Is unknown ,
Apis. *M.and best'hlcjcfer'foi .te,, the ,.,.. thnupnncN of < l\l II Service worker Helen Slurry' National I
w. Defendants. Write to t I
1'i baths, built-in] kitchen Lovely OCEANFRONT: APTS. Completely Jjwir', described propery situated In : : ; i fora good used car or a new car and see
lot. I. U Countv I Horlda. 'o.wit: who might like h I have objective Senior renter, P. (). Ray I 41(1.I( Le-
$1,100 down :
furnished Day, week or month. STATE OF FLORIDA
A tract 01 land In TO; opl.ilin on the! matter So lilt appealing hlRh Aeres. .Florid i. WIG.;: Ask fur Charles Gene or Curt
584 S. Fletcher Ave. Phone 281. 12, Township 4 North "Sange'ls ,
SFTZER!: who
I to renders maybe services
my free! lint of bnnk'ols und
FOREST HILLS, 3 large bedrooms 5878. tfcALEXANDER East Nassau County, Florida RESIDENCE UNKNOWNYOU
more particularly described as '01. AKE HEHLBY! NOTII1ED!; that Inclined toward such cogitation available through Mils column.
separate dining room, fireplace. -
Iowa:: For a point of beginning, LASSERRE MOTOR COMPANY
APARTMENTS a suit has been filed against you In to write me anti ripply game an.iwen.
Owner will la rlnce. commence at the corner common
to Sections th* above Chute and you are required I'll along what I learn
11 12 13
REMODELED BEACH APART. and 14 In the pass
off 'Tr? tn the your answer with the Clerkof
SIO and 617 So 15th St. 3 bedroom MENTS. $6000 monthly with arj run thence Rang North aforementioned eighty this Court and to nerve t copy Oklahoma' fontlinll team which 1910! YOUR FORD DEALER 1961

homos with extra half hot and cold water furnished. nine degrees, forty-on minute thereof, upon the plaintiff or Chambers Us attorneys. NO son\i. srtfRiTY ilaHhes with Flotilla 1 State ion.I .
masonry Mahoney, Hudlow

baths. 10.500 with approx. $173 Apply Apartment 1, er call 261- tl.Went* line N dividing e0 degrees said Sections'-W) along 11 S and Adams, Barnett National' HelenWhat! : Is being done I tuny 2 In tho 20th! Gilt or Knwl I G.9! South Rth Street Phone 201..1812: '

down and $72 monthly. 4525. tic 14 a. dlstanc of three* hundred. Hank, not Building later than Jacksonville 14th day a of, Florida January or CAN be dene .111111'l assist rent cot lit JaikHinivilli1' FIn ,huts!
fortv nln
John T. FerrHrm & Son 134076)* and) feet seventy-six to hundrelhs 1919, If you fall so to do a Dc'err. anee for "oldsters"'' over 65, win scored I | in "0 .eimseeutivo, games
YULEE. UNFURNISHED HOUSE I point Pro Confesso/ will be entered have not been covered by Snda' -
Broker run thence North flftv four degrees, 'Ilie lirt time the Smmers wereihut I

108 AtUntU AT. Pkont 2(1-1571 for rent. Two bedroom good 10. IIIIv 1 54 degree's. Ion'.la"..rolld.Et I distance EastIN ugalnot In the you Complaint for the This relief lull demanded la to Security aHhnuiih they hive! pnl< \ out was the January; I, 1'fl )-
cation. Call 2255341. tfc Self\ Classified Ad Quick Results
Income taxes oxer the vears A For
of five. hundred eighty-seven and foreclose a mortgage The teal pru- Orunge Howl game, when Try
BEAUTIFUL PIXIE DOLLS with ------ -- nine tenths (l1i878.I) lo point perty proceeded asatnii lit addressed envelope eiuloseil' (Inr<> \lubuma nmvldi'd, the blanking I
In the cener of the pavement ol All th.it certain lot piece or parcel I
real hair and other toys. All U. S. Highway Number I I.: run of lund situate, lying' and being In reply, please m
handmade Also, ladles handbags LOST thence South Forty'six degrees, the City of fernandma (mach ifurmerlv -
alxteen minutes East IS' .46 degreea. named I'ernnndinol., Ctunly of ELK
and hats,, Corn B. Wlnans
16'. Nassau and State nf Florida and
Fi along the center of said
Phone 261-5421. Will mall anywhere WRIST WATCH LOST CHRISTMAS pavement a distune nf four hundred known and described on the official I Dear E'fi Under' the present last:1 FERNANDINA
tIc r.netv-slx and fifiv' ,v, him. plat of said City las Hthogrinhid there Is wo reconw whatever 'In' BEACH
night at Evans Ocean Konrtcz. :
dreclths 14118118.. loe' to 0 pninlsiwe and .'u bv tie I lorlda iTallroud, worked pndi'rcriid .: {
vous. U found call M.iblc Small, the center 01 the said pllve. Company I In r.r>7, and enlarge!, r* a person who has rut
STUDIO G1DL of Hollywood cosmetlrs merit la Inlerwcled by"ihe'i'lne"di vlued and rcl.tued' by the tlnrldaT.un security for a milllilrn t

Mrs. Robert Lannon 2614273.:.-. ___ ___.. !Itc viding I',..'II..no. U und 13 nfee.mentI.ned .. linproveiiuirl Comnanv. In imt length of I I'm" it qualify' nt "I 05. fII.
: run thence Norlh eighty und loot as part of Oull.it No 1'26 :1 "JEWEL OF FLORIDA'S CROWN
beauty advisor. Phone 2615357.tfc .nine degrees, forty one minutes and aen-llK'd a* fillnws, HiKinnlnu, lured" Pit matter how nruh Inerrne ,: .

Help Wanted West :IN'I'll' degrees 41';.WI) 12.I at the Northwest Crane of Outlet lelll( \hay been paid. As yin'1
the line' dividing Sections and No 220 and go Southerly ulong' the
\13 a distant 01 four hundred igh- westerly line of said Oullot No. ate know, many agencies, hulk wlthli: BEACHES"d
NEWLY BUILT HOME: 3 bedroom '
lvnine and eeventyriree.hundre.dths for II97J: feet; them g Built-in electric kitchen, tile bath MALE AND FEMALE TO HELP 14111)) 7J) feet to point of be. .nM''.. and ...Iorl. for :.10 feet to the
SelKlcrmatic healing South 14th. bring la tie New Year at New Binning, onlltllnl from the IlnJ Point of Beginning: thence cmtlnueeamerly (his problem" aroiml am I Directory Fom''od' By These Merchants. and Business, Men -
thus d.olbed all that port 01 the for Ii feet, 1 .n"Io at eventually something, Will com
St. Low down payment .Financ Year's Eve Dance nt Ten Acres right of U. HI rignt, MIDI I.! and s.ulhcrlv for 02 Zli
'f"h'h?: fnhwetuA:r.cd r. t rf It. Slut 'eventti.illv' ran be i a
log easily arranged For Information Thursday Dec. 31, 9 until 3. lie Number has been feet: theme the trait of land thus conveyed .lerly for 123 feet, thence go at long lime away And It's a vir" ;): Suburban
call 261.4341 or --- ----- containing two and twenty.flvhundredth right "//lHt.,' and noitherlv along th* folk B E WISE.I
2G15186.tfc ml problem, even for many .
COST CLERK / 12 29)) acres more or I eaulcrlv right of way s'.uih liih: '
le,". Street Inr U2 J9 foil to the I'olnl olBcKlnfflng who dii have social security, because
HIGH SCirpOL GRADUATE 2 pursuant to th* Flnul Decree nf foreclosure This pored/ rf tool ro". the S"clit, eoirlt'hrn 'Y T I IDE S Propane Gas Co.
THREE HOnSES FOR SALE: One years office experience Must ertered in a ease pending In tuina al)79" squ.ir fed or 0171) I II ; "Porcelainize"
game horse; One good with children possess) nvithemntlc or account said Court the style of which Is: acre, more' or !lens. i) ,'(.1:! In I now si ght'y less lhni n SERVING: Al.L
SfrWART! A, PiTFHSON AND I TO..ETUKH: Wl'lll, the MIoMlng. Item .
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month. eon'r.ist (
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; year tag background.) Five day week. KAIIIRYN A. PETEHSON, HIS of property whlih Is loiuletl In uno i ; LASTS 3 Olt 4 TIMES YOl'R NEEDS IN
MeY I'1 Grocery 261-9071 Iff Own transportation Good) work. VII E, permanently InMalled an of rein" of nhtir, Sl.itM'es/ nvs I Imluinriini I GAR AND
PLAINTIFFS the : un oft'l, i budget for J.osGlm THAN ,1.1'
- -- --- Improvements adequate : si l ls7 "I ,
tag conditions. Excellent benefits VS: sp. ce healer Our 1965 Tide GAS ArPLIANCESLASSERRE
and starting salary. Phone 22V The expreis enumerlioe nf tie forgoing /
up payments For Information callMeyet'a DEIENDANTS.nnd Hem shall, nut he deemed to limit 7
Grocery 2G1-9073. tic 5122 for Ofportun'ty appointment.Employer ItcEqual the 21127.WI1'SEI d irkct. number uf which, I.numh.r la or lO'lncl language the destrlblng aiipliculillllv In general of autother MOTOR Tables of High and !SoAthd71hASt.CO. :! .

l : my hind and the official terms other Inlelldecl/ tu hi j
EXTRA SPECIAL PRICE on 10 seal of old Court, this 28th day of wvered herby.WITNESS gi'4 O Low Water Predic-
Firestone Deluxe Champion, original NEEDED! AT ONCE Full or December 1M.!) "' my hand and Ihl isnl. ol T. U. ICING

equipment 730 X 14 .,WW part time: man er woman to servei.Watk1ni SEAL( Clerk) of. th:'Circuit/ D \OXtEY Cam\ M! rerllu'J,11 al UrnanHlnaBeah Decemuor ..JA .1 I S. ash' St. Ph 26l.3FiI)

tires. Removed from 'hew"*ford* t tcmer> In FernondtgaBeach Nassau Count .*florid* sir, .. lpa4 .}lhdaypaf, | I Lions has not arrived '

to exchange for block tires $20 Good Income) No invest AtininevInr Pbdntlf (SEAL) \ /Ir D:' 0.: OXLF.V PHOTO StlOP1
each Includes all tax ALSO 4- ment. Set your own hours. Write 209 Florldi Tlt'e' building, (IA copy (the Complaint filed Clerk hereir .Going Fishing? as yet from the 1t..11,, Weddings
Florida' : hJ
800 X 14 white sidewall used C. R. Ruble. Os pi D-4. P. 0. lacknonvllle 1231 la all In the copy of tltla notice I Iwhl.h ,, eeeelag gl
tires In very! good condition $33 Box No. 2447, Memphis, Tennes for whom Is mailed a re ldemmore to each defendant aperlfiothat lour Serrioe t.eol I Yon Yrdral,nnetor horde of Mrdlnoe aI, Ili,, U. S. Coast and Pulse P."retteAppimme.t

for all 4, or $10] each. Also a few see. lip PUBLIC NOTICE a state or country was given In lbuula btnLrul Aeoteuuu, Visit U. For PhM.Geodetic .
the sworn .t"lrmenl filed, herein hy I ("1\'I"Il't. face ..
other used tires Esso Service IN TICI': CIRCTIT COURT OF Till': QUIETt HEART AT WORK: Of lupPUri OilyM.einaet
SPARE TIME EARNINGS sewingor ; the plaintiff, his agent or attorney I IIt Survey
14L l'lRCI rT, IN
Station at LASSERRE MOTOR rot RT" IUIlt Fishing Tackle '
Winston DID, 17, 24 31 exae r
typing. Write box 1941, ANn FOR NASSAU COUNTY, nw
You itim't(, hear it, but
CO. Salem, N. C, Please enclose tI.OII"4, _- your"inoior" nod Recta.
LAW NO .ii ruiiiiniK. VVe alf rt-
COMPLETED HOME: ON YOUR stamped\ self addressed envelopeor ) 8TArR ROAD DEPARTMENT OF road survey line described as follows: fining tu (lie heart I Diy after Outdoor, Camping/ Rather than risk Studios At 504 Ash St.

LOT Ceramic tile bath, hard Iflc cola for reply. D31cMIScfLLANEOUS rLOHIDA an Agency ol the Slat elI Begin ut a point on the centerline of day, nil lay| suit night J65 days Equipment
lorldj, Male Road J'K'/ 1 Phone 261.4586
dcnlgnated a station 7U
for nljout the
a on
year; years
wood floors. Call collect 7644070or predicBEACtf -
Petitioner erroneous
153 Part
54 01 as located In 1 11)) .hoveand
768-663J:; or write TONEY v, run South 17 degrees 10' 60' ?trrj p, :the 1 heart' dues its lob i FIR I EST 0 N E
ELLA McCLOl et al., East 6.17 01 feet to the end of said wring Hint I lifetime of the heortit
QUALITY BUILDERS P. 0. Box DfffndantlNOTICE centerline at elation 11 00; Conlalinrg !>UIII", ui| |xmmuly 251111110 SUPPLY tions this feature Rowland's
66. Oceanway Jacksonville Fla L. OF HII.E Nuns owl acre, more or less, exclude: cif lava "f l l'ioil, rating, Duly a
NOTICE: OF, EMINENT!: DOMAIN right of way dcsirllad In Part IIIOW'NFD 112 A.lantle. Are 2U.44U UPHOLSTERY
32218, or contact our local representative GET YOUR PARTY TOGETHER PROCFFDINII-: I frurtinii of a sccoiul\ between will not be carried

In Fcrrundlrra at 2615000. AND ccrrre on out to Now Ycar'i IN IMF. NAME AND MY THE AUTllOni IIY( LYDIA RHODES' SIM- ten,.Ii. no YOU NEED
D31c 'IY OF THE STATE OF f LOU10 MONS 'J 1 here\ are loiincU'\ made by NEW : oR REPAI
Eve Dane at Ten Thursday ,
'TAKE! NOTICE th.-it a Declarationof tile hiart when the valve upcn How Much Will Your this eek. COYFTRINOS,
Dec, 31. 9 til 3. lie I ALL WHOM IT MAY COM- Taking hua been filed In the aboveslyled and. chute U the blood' !:
CHRISTMAS: TREES Scotch 'CERN, and to all persona and partieselalming caste by the Petitioner, the, passes SOCIAL SECURITY ruKOKTeRaNEW
or having anv right tile Interest authority uf thru through limn, Inlerent in benrtn.iiin.U
pines (rnon.s l'd') and spruce. WANT LIGHT HOUSE work'baby I acquiring 'proceedings 5FAf COVERS
estate mortgage or other Hen of the taking of the ubove. .described bientne, widopriad, (lotluwing who 't'' YOUR
Plants of all kinds Lee & Lewis sitting; or Ironing. Widowed lady. I tseems that. certain puree l 01 land lands vie AM right of way the luventiiiii of tbc 'cly You or Your Family The merchants AUTO

Nursery Clinch Dr. Phone 2613413. Ph 261-4331. D31p hereinafter deicrlheil. and the f",il- for a portion of Stile Koad No 9, 'In trllii,'tii.e| in IKI'/ ly the
lowing mremiss, together with all un Nassau Cou'fly, Hue idi. und that theHnnorahle LIFE'S Plann.d FREE ESTIMATES
tie -- I'Venih physician, Unit hurt GULF
| i the
known srsnn( claiming by, IhrouKh W. A. St,inlev one of the sponsor
RAIN OR SHINE NIGHT OR DAY. or under known "persons who are Judges of the Fourth Judl'M Circuit pee Durtnrs exnnnnma the Security Analysis will We Pick Up anti Deliver)(
FOR SALE OR RENT. $G2 00 a We will solve ynur furniture mov. dead or who are not known to be'' of Florida, will on the 17m'' day of heart liHini |"y mmnii of Hut
month Redecorated 3 bedroom bag problem 201-5135. D31p dend or alive: December A. U I loot "I atO: .V M fnntriiment wlnili ainpbfii'i the h.lp 9uoroslev thll' each week wish
Darts D'. Powell Mitchell, South In the Nassau County Courthouse atternantlinu Porter & Lovequisteach
______ I--..... heart iimiidH..Nurin.il .
house oil Bailey Road. Cull :2C1- /eneritO
D :>kiiti SRD 101 I I hitch. Florida, considersuld Social Security
5419 after tux tfc FLOOR SAKDING and rtfinlihlug. .Prank A. Pwell Jr. Mitchell. Dcclurati of Taking appoint. ) heart sniinds are of a General Contractors
Flpor tile. Paul E. Hanson. South Djkoti Sot 101 I appraisers, and iniik, tuth Order a'i ttrikinKly similar III all persons.Al you
-- RK.HT OF WAY the Court deems prop Ail parties !,ii'>rinil soiiiuls, called nnir May We Serve You -
TWO BEDROOM house on Ray Phone Ml-4603, tie I That purl of: to the suit and an, pm.,4 :Interested I nuiri, poly ind rate a heart Rd. Large lot. Terms arrangtd. The Went half 'w'" of Lot One I may ap|>ear and be heard at the PI.ASTIC' '
tn WILL ;CHILDREN by dav Hi. lit Friction,. I Section I. Township time. and place denlgnuted or perhaps Jim a peculiar CABINETS
Ph 281-5421. tIc : 2 North Rang 28 East You and each of you, are hereby way in which Mo.id rddiesthroii F. (JIm ) ells'rOM BUILT
- -.- or week. Experienced. Large fit) Ivlng Southerly and within to feet commanded: to all( ear tiling an li one cf the heart Prosperous KITCIIEV AND BATH
CHAIN LINK: FENCE 4 ft. high fenced yard with play gym. Ph. ..f the centerHne of State Road .... I Anawer to the '. I"y hertK.f>re cb.imlicr< Kate, regularity, and RYLANT REMODELING

with lop rail. !Istalled. Site pet 2613989. tic 3401 Section; aim.74114 Northerly CjNterly: to'of station said centerline ISII- court filed In on this or before Cause In the the 17th entitled day ofJanuary. riualily' ,.f lonn.U. are rh..rkel"y 1'. O. UII" M9 New Year Complete Showroom

ft. Terminal posts, gates extra and within a tri.niltlon of IW) A. D I'''''. to show whut the physician while' the pa- Phone 2jlHJ( ) :! : For Color Coordination
NOTICE. WASHING; MACHINE feet al stntlon 1USIOI to 90! feet it right, title Interest ne Hen you. or Split is lit rest in unity I and
First payment March. 1165Coastal and refrigerator repair Call station 1511.3-\ 01. Mid certeellne he- any of you have 'lit and to the .'.",.. mind 'I'lie test. are then repeated Gulf Life Ins. Coe Phone 261.3068
Ph. deierlbcd and said station being described lands, and show cause wnv
Co. Ing
Fence J615063.tfc after 7.30:: p,m. to 7;:TO am. 2T- Iocje4 as follows: Cnmtnene it th* same should not b* tukcn forth after the patient, has

SrM Call luring( day at Hilliard a point on the North boundary of uses and purpose set forth In Liken a measured amount of
--- 845-3855. tic Ira tinnal Section I. Township 2 the Petition filed herein exercise, and there tents are
FLEXALUM CUSTOM MADE North: Singe 20 Rut 1 lor ited 91497feet WITNESS! my Hind and Seal of continued to determine how
Westerly of the Northeast this Court on this 3rd day of l cem- long it Likes the
Venetian Winds measured and LET ALCOHOLICS ANONY. ner of sjld: Fractional Section cot; her, A. D b'l64o trots the to return FUN IN THE SUN
In"tallpd.'WIla rung of colon MOUS hglp with drink. thenc* run North IS degrees 38' 5')" OXIFY rate during activity
your Went 25207 feet to the Point, of B<. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT to its' renting rate.
PORTER LOVEQUIST Color In* problem Writ Box V$ ginnttig */ said eenterhtothenc\ : ,. IN AND tOIl NASSAU COUNTY, Some heart sounds are de AT FERNANDINA BEACH
2l -30flg. tie Phone JMI. f. uUi 72 19' 1)1" t2005 FT.nitDA scribed' V
Cemer. Phone City of EI| egress: :r1 as churning, clicking orsplashing.
.noo'j feet to Mid station 151M ; t thence ISRAI.IBRUCE A severely sordcreil:l :\
continue South 72 degrees 14' 01'West J DAN1FK FISIILNG -
NICE, LARGE LOTS for gale.: I will not be 9n 00 feet to the end nf said HOI.I.AND Bt'1LOtS'tTALLAHAISFE | I hart mar make sounds like a

Cood teims. Ono quarter mil debts Incurred by any one other cenlorllne nf nail! elation 159.34 01.; FIO.tlDA dine eo..inlor a seagulls GOLFING AND JUST PLAIN "LIVIN' "
South of Five Point on Amelia than myself: signed( Alvin G. Le-l I I.sacks. CONTAINING: 1 049 sere, more or less; OK OUNStL! I'OH THE!: PETII I raucous cry. A s"un>l heart routinely I

And IONEB.. I| milku quiet ..
.*. la.10. n. 54 iN souudi. uava
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'**"*-* News-Lender Fernandina Deach Florida December 31 1004 It
Page Six -Thursday, 1
Pack 352 Has
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Julanne Owens Member Dance ,Musters<< of America, Int. I Christmas Party At I

I Sports I Ii Having passed; the rigid examination Recreation Pack 352 held' Center their Christmas 1

.tw5a ( of the highest standards In Party Drcember 17, In the Hccrea- INSURANCE

all phases of Ballet dancing and lion Center game room. Before the s 3

tap given by Mcrvyn K'ckard, meeting began the parents viewed
the display of Christmas decoration t
i I Slants : A.-tlsilc: ; Cimpiny Director of HieJacksonville Electives and Achievement v DUE I ?

I Ballet Guild at the an the Cub made during!! the month
i iIsyj ia
I annual contention and workshop Etch boy brought his "Toy for

r Novcmocr 27 23, 29! at the Fuunlalnblcdu Tots" and placed it under the
i Bf CURT GCIl WON Chrlslmrs tree. Save with
Hi lei at Miami Beach, I
Jamie Owens local dance teach The e\'l'nlnllopened with a mod- State Farm'slow

The Kcinamliiii Beach Pirates first tic when he said to his part: I er, was' accepted for mombiishp, Ing of the parents while the boys rl' insurance

s basket holl team will return to ncr Say, I see two balls," Ills by Uunce! Plasters of America. practised Christmas carols for the I j.\ rates for

lion next Tuesday night when ac.1 buddy replied "Go ahead and bit''' Inc" program ... careful drivers
the Milliard Red Flashes them are holding two clubs," Den Sled the Flag > See
play you The, ull-slar fac'tlly of fie! S nh:!!i- Ceremonyand me
the local n .or. Milliard/ Is always a it Dr: when It comes to basketball + I "JasrX'4r led by the following: boys who were '.., !
power Time to wish everyone a Happy I cbiislatril < and his traveled to the Stile Basketball New Year. We our good baseball: I Ball, t Mailer (if the "Bdllc-t Rume presented their American Heritage i _
Tourn.imcnt more than any friends In Minnesota could sec 0111 de Monte Carlo School of Mullet Awards, Noel Cntherwood, I>M'ldClough :'.-_.___, "., _.1.4t:; _... 4 I 5 N. 5th St.
learn In the !Stale of Florida. With Jimmy Mayo and John Phone 261-3165
spring training weather which we lIoew'uk., whose ballet "Sinn- Little Miss Melissa Lynn I
all this. In their minds the Pirates have here now. It even makes, bcros" was premiered ul Cjitor. Sto'jflcr.' I Earnhardt daughter of Mr and
usually try their best to be one of + 9'n Rev Don llimmelman then led STATE
Jake Bunch want to start pitching: I Barron Amphitliei.trc/ In Wnt.'iii.g.' Mn. Frank Earnhardt has recently FARM
the teams to win over the Flashes I !he singing! of Christmas Carols. I
again/ I ton hv the "Bullet! Hus 1 c de M-iiito celebrated her first birthday I I
during the regular season. It shouldbe Advancement Awards .
"fa: & "fr Carlo; and was aieiulnnd bv en- were presented with a party Melissa Is NIYLNMUTUAL
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a ,good game and should drawa e to the following boys: Run-
I! The rc-rnandlna Beach Pirates lies (Iron ecust to I'olsllult/ ; : Mat- the granddaughter of Mrs. My- AUTOMOIIlIINBUIAIIII: co.rAIIYI
packed house for the contest. I will sorely miss their ace sharp- ,: Ins hiimired/ as outstanding TV sell Shank-Wolf Charles Sllnsnn?I ra Barnhardt and the late Gene I I 5om.chits''' aim"nays, IIImM'
<: !
frfr ( rcoKraphc-r: of the yew fur his Bear; Noel Calhcrwood and John
Foolbdll and baskl'tba1er058\ shooting forward Joe Thrill In the presentations on the "Bell Telephone Stouffer, Lion Gold Arrow Points I .
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each other at this time each year I bas etb-.1I game with Milliard. I Hour" and whose name appears were presented( to Ted Flcnnikcn
with basketball\ tournaments and Tuesday night Joe had an arm operated icBulurly as ihnmigrnpher Buddy Gllllard and Johnny Townsend I
on recently and will not be
football Bowl games being played TV outwit ,
of many of I the leading ;
during the same week Friday and able to play In the all-Important and Al Gilbert former professional. The January program was Introduced !

Saturday will' end the college foot- game. Joe will t be hard to replace I danl'l'rI ho new operates one of ,. I and the Cub Scouts were I LOANS.
because he Is the that
all'seasons with the annual Bowl usually guy presented their Christmas
the largest t schools In has Angeles gifts .
keeps the Pirates In a contest whenthe I
games being played over the coun and Is dance director of "Slipping from the Pack a pine wood derby
team begins to lag. We know I
should beat Oregon
try. Michigan Tones Records" and specialises In ,
all of Joe's friends and his basket kit.The
Slate In the Rose Bowl. Arkansaswill i I ('hlldrl'n'llild professional adults' Cubs then decorated the
win NebraskaIn ball font sincerely hope he douo'thave TO BUY OR BUILD
probably over tap dancing, Christmas tree with their decorations I
to miss than
the Cotton Bowl and the best more one game Also Barbara Flcmming, lead MISS LINDA: NHITE student of Julanne School of the : ar.d presented gifts they made
Bowl game of the day should find fa: *(:f I to heir( families I I
dancer of "Ballet Royal"; Joe Dance performed the "Ballet Moderns". on the stage of
Alabama winning over Texas In a Many Fcrnnndlnians are torn be. Rev. Himmclman I led a verybeautiful
Glacobbe Glacobbe Academy of Hold Miami Beach November
the Fountainbleau at on :: 1
close one but with Namath being tween two events which will take a' and Inspirational i I cindlc-
Dance New Orleans; Dr. Betty annual convention of the "Dance Whether Looking
hurt earlier this week the pick of 27 while attending the light ceremony with the reading of You're
Alabama will get closer. LSU and lot of thinking :time before Tues: I IlIard.f'eruandlna Polndexler who for two summers Masters!' of America Inc." Her performance wan givenIn the "Cfi'islmas Scout. The meetIng !,
We to the Ilil- the of scholarshipto
day are rclc-rrlng I was recipient a
Syracuse will' probably be a tossup game on Tuesday the "Jacob's Pillow Dunce Fes the Student Review to the accompaniment of Harold I ended with the dinging of "Oh At Blueprints, or

and FSlf Is the pick over Oklahoma night and the fact that our Super. oval hoc" and the "University of Hand pianist, of the Norton Gallery of Art West Palm Little Town of Bethlehem" and a I

in the Gator Bowl for Band: will be In Tallahassee on the Dance" founded and directedby Beach !\\Ih's"hite. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Bradford prayer. I Homes For Sole, Our ,:

*: -(:( *: the same day to play for the Inauguration Ted Shawn; and many many White, was one of Julanne's students accompanying her Refreshments, furnished by the '
Wyman Hughes Coach of the of Governor Burns, more artists, to the convention Women of the Church were served I' Financing Can Help ;'
Kraft Athletic Basketball\ team to the parents by the boys.
When a person loves good music The workshop was divided Into I
hlc team will' resume action Many, many thanks to the Christmas .
nays and also loves a good basketball three sessions: Teachers, You Take
In the Commercial League In Jax Committee Reverend Himmcl Prompt
how do
game you choose Maybe ed Students and Junior
on January 8, KAC Is currentlytied wo' can get the Inauguration put off Advanc.1 man Mrs A. P. Gllllard Mr. Du- i c
for first place with Murray until Wednesday then we can all Also attending with r-- one Newsomo John Sllnson Mic- Sound Action
Miss Judy Hahn Miss Julane Ow. TheGarden Donell Strum, James Lewis
Hill In the league and Herb White's go, to both events! and
Seahorses are tied for first placeIn ens, Jr? Miss Sally White and Miss the Women of the Lutheran Church I
<: -toCr
r Linda White.

Jacksonville the Metropolition League In We had some very nice Christ. Dance Masters of America Is one I Basket Winn-Dixie Soles I Let's Discuss It Before

mal cards from our good baseball .
*: -(:( of the largest organizations of recognized
Torn'.Mlchael said the Caddie friends In Minnesota and since they dance teachers and prides BY JANE SCCFIELD Up 5.36 PercentA You Build, RefinanceOr
are acme of our favorite column
the around thetocaVColf I Itself! In the competency and skill I
carrying' compass readers we will try to extend our $20,975,231 sales Increase In
Course belongs to Ray of each of Its member teachers. I
sincere appreciation to them via i ,; Happy gardening and bountiful( lime the stronger: sprays can be the 642 Winn-Dixie supermarkets BuyFernandina
Thomas. Michael he hits the Due to the careful selectivity
bill straight! down says the middle of the newspaper route. Sherry Robertson I exercised In accepting: a member, flowers during the coining year used( without fear of burning leaves I located here and throughout the

the fair way but he couldn't lay George Brophy Joe flay Mrs. Owens has .proved to be highly I The Garden Basket urges proper! and how a plant full of scale South was registered during the 24
ncs. Ruth Harvlson, Tom' Mee and i weeks ended Dec. 12 comparedwith Federal
much for the fellows he plays I qualilled! and received 1 "Dance reprcaclc-s the gardener.
.too Don Cassidy we hope you and the'' Masters of America" certificate I+I timing! es perhaps the most Import. I the corresponding period last
with. Minnesota Twins have a wonder. ant factor In getting satisfactory These are Just a few thoughts year
D,M of A, New York as a member ; & Loan
Is leading the Pirate '' I Savings Assn.
Ronnie Sopp It so by becoming World Champions of both Florida Chapter No. 2 Use on: of the many calendars acquired will be thrust upon. one than there compared with $491.286,634 last
scoring parade In basketballwith of baseball I 1 Is time to accomplish. Concentrate tear, an Increase of 5.36 percent
81 points while Mike Cook has *: -tr I and the National orginlzatlon. Adv.MRS. I during! this season for a on the timely chores and make For the 4-weck period ended Dee

scored 55 and Joe Thrift has score special calendar for gardeningdata I plans to correct things you have 12. sales were $70,905.159, a rise of 202 Atlantic Avenues

ed 51 Ray Arsenault has scored 18 Fernandlna Beach was Junior represent Hull- and keep In a handy spot for let slip by another year. Keepinga 407 percent over the $63,133,715
ed In the Jacksonville
and Benny Alvarez has racked up day Invitational Golf Tournament making notes as current garden ,I garden calendar really works.. recorded last year. I
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staged Monday at the Brentwood Information comes your way An
*? Golf Course In Jacksonville Doc' accumulation of clippings covering
The Gator Bowl hasn't picked up
any friends by announcing the Burgess shot a neat 82 to tie fur I garden subjects Is Just as useful as .s;
fourth place In the Second Flight. :
FSU-Oklahoma game will be I your method of filing It. Even a
J. Scarboro through with a II
blacked out In this area on televls- came .
has limitations
scrapbook on the subject
98 to take second place In the
ten The big question everyone 1 1M.
seventh flight of the lame event. Perhaps you read an article BRUSHES
asks is why black out the game if : .
It already sold out? We might add Goes to show that some of our \ about a plant you would like I ,

In a couple of years from now I youngsters are taking to the gameof to try or admire a blossom or ,
In fine fashion.
when other Larger Bowl games planting I In a filend's yard that you I
will be added to the annual slate would like to duplicate I then it Is I COMBS
the Gator Bowl could use all of the Sgt. Herbert Graham Important to you to remember Just

friends they can dig out of these Home From ,Hawaii when to plant the Item. Make such CHARLES c.
woods.; We are thinking of the announcement a notation on your calendar under I ,
by Atlanta that they For Furlough the month recommended for plantIng :

plan a Major Bowl game In the with: a possible. reference to I HOUSEHOLDHOLTON
near future In that city. With the Sgt Herbert Graham U. S, Ar. the scrapbook or clipping lile, then'at ,

Orange Bowl In Miami and another my Is spending/ 30-dav furlough the beginning( of each month cl
Mike Bowl In Atlanta the wee here with his father Milton Graham the year make a habit of checking CLEANERS
be blacked out and Mrs Graham and fam. I II II
Gator Bowl could I this garden calendar, It will save

forever Ily Sgt. Graham has been stationedat LINDA: EDhPFIPLD a 10t. of disappointments, for flowers
Scolicld Barracks Hawaii/ for I .
ciimrie CM
GREENE received her Bachclnr in any not respond
Did you (hear about the two three years and will report for duty of Science degree In Education well to out of season planting. ,I 1 MEN ANDWOMEN'S
drunks who went to play golf? One at Ft. Hood Texas following his at Winter Commencement I There's nothing more relaxing

squared off to_belt. the ball_. off the leave Exercl""es December 19 than to turn to one's garden! after YOUR
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at Florida State I'nlversily In the huitle and bustle of the hull-

Tallahassee Mrs. Greene Is lire days There ls much there too at ,,

daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. this time to eeciipv one'a hands

II. Edcnflcld ef this city. She and thoughts It Is the period when

will leave with her' husband and trees and shrubs are most dorm. COMPANYCOSMETICS!
For Fast Efficient baby daughter In the near fu. ant In our climate and therefore i I FULLER BRUSH

lire, for Guam where Ensign the time when they should be mowed

Greene' Is presently Itatloned.Bowlerettes or planted. Tropical plants t are I
of course exceptions l Plants l grow.1Ing

In cans too may be planted at REPRESENTATIVE

L-P GAS almost any time, But for general tJ

planting and movingof shrubs and % .
WEEK OF DEC. 13 trees January Is the time, The

W L dale of Arbor Pay In Florida Is always v

Drive-in Cleincrs! 22 11 the third Friday of January.II .
I Buccaneer Lana HI 17 ls late to be planting flower: NEWLY APPOINTED

Delivery & Service Wan Drat Store lit( 17 'I I seed and! where one can secure the

Askins I.aiindiomut 12 211 stinted plants greater: success will FULLER
High Team 3-giimes with handicap result \Mower seed planted! now l TO SERVE YOU
Asklns Laundromat t 1 19i8!> I I hit would be successful Include ;:
Buccaneer Lams 1'KUDilvcIn sleet alMtsum, /lire.I ul Is 'nho blue I'
BulkBottle Cleaners 1 eyed daisy mid tinh>bl'lIl.PIIII.(! .
;high tram game with handicap 221 pies i butli the Shu.ley and the California' I I WITH THE LATEST IN t BRUSH

Buccaneer Lanes Ml! I claikl.i which i Is really

Asking Liuindi"('Mii.it 611!>1 1Dilveln very much unillmhilo' we think),
I Clc-niun 6511''I riianihus, gaillardia baby's breath?I PERSONAL OR HOUSEHOLD
High Ind. 3-KiimeH with hundican limiilu. I

:Call 225-5146 !Mary Jane \Vllson 52(1( January Is iiKiilered" the best

Ruth Williamson 5<15 month for moving rrinum hlll'l'l( A
Louise Wallace 502 I Remember that some of them are

High Ind game with handicap i quite handsome one has thespace FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS i
Mary Jane Wilson 193 others' even refined and do-
Good Betty Beclon 113 I I i liciite. any ninny of them bloom I II NAME

Louise Wallace W\\ I whene need bloom mOlt Be. r

June O' h'I'1I 1811ltlih : muse w e see so many common .

( Srrnlih 3-gumes! I HTOdlinc ones, we are Inclined to j
Ruth W'.lllmmnn'! ( 427 clou nii!ado rliiunu., lilies which
; Housekeeping are no well In climate. J. TO
!Mary Jrmilwn 3'i4! adapted our
Belly Renoir Stn!'! The (istopher' lilies fall Into the Mr. Holton Will/ Be CallingOn
Louise Wallace( 3H':; c'i'Ilium eioupUc : .

Juno O'Slrr' 377 hoe mentioned' another plant
I Gas n--- which must people consider too
1 iimiiinn\ to waste time on nnd that You Soon. BE

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