Fernandina Beach news-leader

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Fernandina Beach news-leader
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Fernandina Beach news leader
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Fernandina Beach Fla
John H. Perry
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April 2, 1964
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Newspapers -- Fernandina Beach (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 102, no. 11 (Sept. 24, 1959)-v. 124, no. 8 (Feb. 20, 1980).

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Over A Century h Your Best Medium

Of Service I H ems-1 en er For Loco I News

In Nassau County And Advertising i

Renee 1801Aboorbed t>, Purchase, Merteror Succession The Florida News, Th. Best I'le>rldl.n, The Peninsula, The .ern.nom, Courser me Island City, Ferfl ,fn'''. VDMTVIT rcrn,mtllna Exprpm The Fernundlnn News The lorldi Mirror, The Nmuuu Counts Slur The News. The Fertuitdili Record
reinnndina NCKI. .Rptord. Nassau Courtly loader, The Outlook The HorMadwriU Ness' The I tin' iiuliiu'' Newt, The Buccaneer.

VOLUME 105 NUMBER 29 FKKNANDINA; BEACH, FLOHIDA) .-. TIIU IJ.\) r, AriUI 2, IJtf.J t ____ 12 PACES. :. :; THIS 1 ISSUE: lOc PER l'u'Yr }; '
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d t Mt''tl1 '" t 1v Harry Poole Seeks I
flusfamJhll t .; ,a 'deerr / A Pirates Receive Athletic Scholarships'

P 3 u. av.e'a Reelection To Seat

Chip' Wood and George' Sheffield\ *
inrmbcn of the 14! inradunllnKtliss
OlJ On CommissionHarry al Fcrnamlinn Bench Ihuh i IIRe ', IN' Yt' 14r'r' !wf't't"i' a e.. r, vnR9 "'urrl'.aT
I t i l l s
School, ha\e' rett'iilly been iii iii'd

j Poole, 'hIII'1I11111: of I In' Ihrv, me recipients\ of lootball, scholarships

Nassnu County mnusslon, annnunrrs at ('.iljubu College In S.ilIsliuiN .

", .. his bid 'for le-cleition in '. Noilli:' Carolina,

-iA! ''' County Commissioner furn His.I The HUD of Mr, and Mi *, H.ilphM

I'm looking, forward with greal ,*'f' ,. 11' ..... .. I rift I iFernandlnn lie.uhi : Wood Chip has Ix-en active in
nil fur lili lour' hli h xcnonloin At
anticipation to the Joint meeting Ii'f -. sports
here on April 23 of the Florida and ,,,,r:1: *' lie was a member oC( llu !
wyw1 Ra I'll'altH squad In till Rill tiudo
Georgia Highway Department representatives. 5 I a irrt0
If the feasibility study Still on the uirslly team fur the

on the proposed bridge from Fer. P4 'WI iiixl three )"cars.Ho .

nandlna Beach to St, Mary's, Ga,. was ti'l-niplaln of I till' li'nm
by Wilbur Smith and Associates,, :I up ,,w In his senior >oai, and wan S'h'I'I, I Iid ,
proves favorable I feel that the inc of the I fiuir dual' players

proper officials will okay the project for the C'linfori'iui' Team ''Ky

and that Governor Ferris Bry I / dune Cenileiriuc'' k.

ant will add his stamp of approval In ether SIKHS, IIP has bun a
This mluht well mean that the j'j n1l'l1Il'r, of llu1 li.iek taut fm

bridge could be started before Bry [inn' yours, the baseball. ti'.ini In

ant RtK-s out of office In January \ \ hiM freshman mid siiphinuuv)

If so, April 23 will doubtless RO I > yt.iis, mill nnmed lit I lie Nabs
down as one of the rent red letter .: r t Itiilh VII.Slur IUIMI,

days In the history of Fernandina *' \ C'lnp Is pitslilinl of the Key r I

Beach and Amelia Island as well N. C'lul, and served as \ UfpicsidtiilIn Chip \\ IIlId George; Sheffield
Florida. East Coast. 4? He .
as the entire : his Junior) butte was 1 pits.Idml
", ', "'".. of his ilM .both KivKliman
Saturday Is the deaaclllne for registering Aarta"ai .v 1 a,.f"e"y; ... and( Suphiimoio' and site \ II'r.Inl'Kldl'lIt Broader Ad Valorem Tax Base UrgedBy
of the Sludtnt! Coinullin
to vole In the May it primary sP 'In this mv first linn) In odltrI ', | |
FlnllonH, so you'd better t ,0 t' Lave Riven 3'j' years ol greet efforl Ins Junior year,
k 1 art 4
hurry II you want to cast your ballot i "w_ q ;Jtr 1 Fa ; t ttSivA" '! \ trying to put into. our lotul, lli was voted 'l\ cnl All Hound E. P. Davis In Woman's Club Speech
for the candidate of your choice, 4ehtS.a, eila1 ..R e"roowt to L _kj.: _. av.u'wow.. government the kind of hunoiiiblfrespectable by his senior clussm.HeHAt ,

Mrs. Marie Struss Supervisor ol I and iiood( busliuss like 'lively fiiiiugpd In llov, Si mils, haM little IVirlnu Ills ftperth In the .'I'r.nilllliina .
NOT A NEW FACE AT SIRING TRAINING but wearing a uniform of the Minnesota "The 1I11'mgl'|! IIIXpII 'I'r (
service hleh Is desired In I In m'mber.f\ Tump *!'i.hnving ,
Registration th'it the office Sll< lip III Chip a
Cluh Vxd-
saw Itemh Wnmiin's ,
liilncsl' In lasso( -- except '
Twins farm clubs for the first time here i Ic Rob Houscr shown with his father or no
will be open from 9 to 12 and from I 'to make the people proud to luvemi seived as pnliol lender. urn.lur for an miaslniiil unnniilc! at tux iKBil.iy nun nmi!, Diivis iiiiiHinud' to
1 to 5 on Saturday for the conrcn. Phil Huwser, president and general manager of the Charlotte Hornets, and teteran > repicsent our toiinlv as tine of put ml leader. Junior, assistant pnylng 'tune In Hit spring" snld K.; nay lliHl Florida has, one1 of Ihomast
scouts Pete Appleton and Parky Rogers. Hob has been visitor their Commissioners," Puolc said, so'nutnrtetur and assistant, lump' I II
loner of those who wish to regis/ a frequent during !', !Davis, nwm.iKcT( of Hie' SiuHieast anllqualtil systems of ml
ter. She said that this year's registration II spring training for many years but was only just last year feigned by the Twins to a : "Tills effort has been most regarding I dlieiloi, He Is a minilxr, Older I II Timber Division of lUvonler mid( Milorrm' taxation In the nut inn.

will break all existing re I contract He was a star football and baseball athlete in Charlotte high school. Left to I to me. I.ait May I recciv. | or Airou', North Florida ( ''UII< President of the NIIHHUII!; County' tur example," said Davis 'in thu

cords and that her office has been, right, Appleton, Bob Bowser, I'hil Howser and Rogers. Appleton and Rogers were stars ed the Jaycee Good GuviTiimcnt I nod has attainedJhc rank of 'lI'1 Taxpayers' AsMiclulinii, early !IKI'I! ) }'lurld.11I11I1I1I with sonic
swamped with late registrations Award, Alas my fellow Commissioners ScnutIK!. 14 either states punned the home.
in their own right In bygone : :
There's no such thing as an unimportant years I have elected me C'hairmar I > Is a member of St, Pcler'aF.pwenpal I Hired exemption law, which re.

election so join the crowd of the Commission most' uf 111'0't..rm Church, where IIP has ,* Guest nuiM'H. most hnmc-Hlearis' from rinyotcssmcnt

and exercise your prerogative. J. W Cox Retires In oil Ice. And, 1 be'Hove that I been president of the Fplstopal I] Kiwuniani on the tax role,," By
Hunt, Juvenile Probation Officer, It Is Just as Important for a Public I Continued( on I'UKO Tact i iI i now only 5 suites retain link iiy.

Get set for another fine evening From Royonier Ol tidal to Inform the people, as II Presents ProgramAt KII'I1'llIrhld among them," Djvliil.itrd
Is to perform the dill leu, unit I I I I
of entertainment when the Lions v'vu; t'ta z. Ss a lvr Says Youngsters Lack Respect For Law To Catawba
I have given muny Inloiiniilivc talks Tyson
Club blades the annual minstrel on i i basis Hold! tliut In his opinion,
brliiKlntf the slay of 'the County Meeting Monday
April 14 at the municipal auditor Alan Hunt, juvenile probation pliaslze his views, He said that I, Commission to the people" iiiiigo( K. Director Bill Melton says that 'I wheel, 1'1, peoplir" sing served by lilt
fficer fur Fulton Atlanta i i fuur-lelttr I'll Hie, will join1
Caunty I. once Crusoe- saw the footprints In "If Inc volets HKricthat we lilundhiK .
he has a fine array of talent in rehearsal Georgia wan finest speaker it the the sands of the Island on which nerd to keep land Ret' nitre oft, word und Sheffield' id Cutout bu IhlH ItV TOMMY lionoitd\MI- MondiiviilKht I Ii for the popular prcsenla- Klwanl.IJIH11'1'1' lilllu ud valoiem tux cxceplinu k|>e.
regular weekly Rotary Club lunch. heI 118 shipwrecked, he no longer thin kind of man In our gnvt'rntncnl nil In pluv Iimt- with visit hv Dlvhliimil
a llul assessments lie olfvreil as a
tlon. eon yesterday, hud the right to Indiscriminate use then I cuiiuslly and sincere.Iv u" mil and banket- unilIt
I ('hlllrIlIl1l1 IIf Kiumilx r.duc'iHon: Kiiliiliun a blonder lux bane, null
V > t Hunt, piTsenti'd to the club by of his firearm nor tile right to cut usk that yon vole to keep Hairy mil The 111 111 'Him ship, Kuv dial limn, i, as putting mat and personal pinpcrty -
The 5,000 Invitational Golf Tour o his father Rotarian Hugh Hunt ,I down trees or the like without re Poole as your County Commissioner h '7 vIII fin'nlxh the The guest KI'I'lIkl'r'IIM Inlriduc.I on the ad valorem tax rolcs.He .

namcnt committee of the Chamberof told of the role of the juvenile gard for others, : from District 1 I 1"ernandl1l11IBeachl o-chainplon Cut- by Kvert: Elvln) pruuram'hairmen. suld we need this so that Ihll.e"ho

Commerce, with Rudy York as courts and !gave examples of some The speaker said that the pointhe antis team within \ I A memlxr. of Hie Nuilh Jick, are served will be taking a

chairman Is active with planning of the problems encountered, was making was that the Indl- (Continued on Page Three) m e exirllentmutcrlul Himvllli' Klvinnls Chub, Cliiilirunwas skate In paying for It
for this year's event. Literatureand The youthful probation officer vidual has become paramount I Intwl' ,w lor the' \ uuiiiminlod( by his fellow
1 ,
entry blanks are being readied said that the greatest problem en. our rather;It the. consid. Jim Wilcox Jr. tquadI Is Club members, John Luni for distribution end.: will soon go, rounUrad with ywiMntert .Uidny.1i others. .* comprised mimity( fader than either the population
out to" th r:* vartonr""JoWcTWthroughout : rtv their Uejt of a genuine respect for In conclusion, Himt charged the Tapped ''By Blue we. ] of snphomcircs\ I,I (JIII'Y''eav'r After a few, remarks and l luUxPatunV ottKtfMteducation ( 'bathe school altesdance. Is rlmiii,"

the Southeast. Judging 4 the law, Rotarians and other such freshmen' | Davis stalest lie Said thnt thin
Q. group Key At U of F Ned \ I dustman showed' a 111'11by \
the popularity of tie "Teenagers today no worse I does not nrcesssrlly Indicate' some.
from past are with the responsibility they should I Ned was elected tel.csplshs of Klwanls Inlernullnnul, coveringhis !
record field Is expectedfor than were in youth or, In IhilljII/ wrong, but makes It
tourney a you your assume developing a better at. the Pirates' for Iwo of his four subject) ,
the event In early June for that matter, youngsters! were nude In the youngsters toward the, years on the learn He played on The film pointed out whit/ 'Isneeded 4 nccnxury (hit' "We as taxpayers
100 years or longer ago" Hunt saidto law I I the baseball (tram for 3 the and cltl/ens, must, assure ourselves
year In order to apprise av4l]1
Hint this money, Ii being spent In
the Rotarlans. "The biological The address well delivered showing a great deal of In whul .
Few things are more suggestive was promise eagle Klvumlun and Is expected
of spring than the crack of a bat, The retirement of Julian W construction Is the same and the I with a humorous vein Injected at I that field, and was on the truck of him as a Klwanlan Hit- must efficient manner und''

a while sphere soaring Into the Cox effective April 1, was announced I real problem Is the misconception" Intervals and was well received by team for two years, Key Club lIueHtl were ItlthardSdiomui I thin v"c are getting our money sAecordiiiM
outfield, a hot grounder along the this week by B L, of the role of law In our society. 'the Rotarians and their guests. Ned Is a member of the Key | sad Mike Rice ; hit'

third base line and the expectantlook Rauschert Resident Manager Hunt used Roblson Crusoe as an An April Fool Day episode also 0k Club, vke-presldint of the Senior President Kill Webb pit-Hided. I tgT'DavIs' It Is really

of young hopefuls with their ef Rayonier's Fernsndina Dlv. I example_.__of personal_ rights n _to em.__ I brought a lighter vein I to II the meetIng )Honor Society, mid member of tllI'l I I the biiduels of the County Cummls.nloii .
dreams of major league fame Drop Islon. when President Hugh Stone student rnunril. He hint been a tur.renpondiul the School Board Mosquito
; I I Sorensen Announces I I Control and welfare service, t'lc.
Min used the law to throw "scare"Into for the Mews lcudcrfur
by the ball park and see the Cox was employed August H, a
Lions See Film his father, Rotarian "Snap" the past your, wrlllnii the col- which net the ad valorem tux relulrt'iiienH i iI
nesota Twins farm clubs In spring 1M9 as a watchman and re i i I I He Will Campaign ,
If wont
( people to
training action. Besides the rookies malned In this capacity until Stone, limn "IliKh SihiHil RthiH-s"
you'll find pros like Ray Jablonskl,, bis retirement. On World Series The elder Stone, an Inveterate 1ffb lie In the son: of Mr. mid Mrs. For Port Authority liiutr" Itxc'H or even to assure the .
former St Louis Cardinal star, i I fisherman, was s'l'vedI Ith a George Tyson I tirst use of that tax money now
Whea asked about his future Surcnsc'ii announced this I tullvctcd muit he Interested
"Jabo"had pseudo warrant by Sheriff H, J. Hin( ( they
that bat
still swish
who can fine last season with plans: Cox said he will divide Met'Him In regular: session TIll's.I Younciblood The warrant cited that 'with Iliul he IHI/ ituiilillid mull- C'luniKh In attend wine of thu
a year his leisure hours, visiting his fuul: Local Coin Club dote and will campaign for reelee. incfllnus of these bodies and niukttllnlr
Worth-Dallas with twenty-odd I day evening it Seaside Inn a Stone did not really go flshlnn I
Fort and ,
and relatives keep.
and around 90 runs bat. slate of business was dispensed (Continued on Page Three I linn tii (HIV piiNl he now' holds onIhr opinions and suggestions
home runs wife's In order I .
lag his yard ,
I'oit Authority
!ted In. He and others are expectedto with preceding the program, presented To Host Dival On'an highway und : known,
He and his wife Myrtle rvulde Two, '
make Jack McKcon's Atlanta In a film projected by LionT I II lie explained that It was for
strung AAA contenders at 777 South Fletcher Avenue. W, adman. Si.rciiMii said his official un- this iieneral, purpose( the Nassau

Crackers Incidentally they'll be President Ben\ Clarke repented Union Council 'I Society MondayThe iiniiiitcrmiil will appear' In next County: Taxpayers' Ann, was or.
playing year.Jacksonville this season P-TA Meets Tonight i on the Callahan Club's Indies nlKht I I weik's IKHIIC of the Mews-Leader I'Kiinlml/ to Include the following

and local fans will get to view their With Larry WebbAs I he and Mrs Clarke attended nt'', Hears Ferreira Jim Vtilccix. Jr, was recently I'I'I I'I I Biucanerr Coin Club will h{' '; sitlllc| categories of purpose:
I Mayport blricklanda the preceding 11|i to equitableand
favorites I tapped fur Florida utile Key, University : host 'to the Duval Numlsmullc St,. Boy Scouts Set II'eUI'e

fascinuttd Guest SpeakerLarry niohl. Tell Of ot Morldu's honorary leadership ''tidy on Monday nliht( tit the reireallim '. aMIIII'J"le' assessed valuation, fur
HospitalAnother District CourtOf
If you're by monty, Further plans on the annuii! I fraternity! Jim Is thu! son of tinier gums rui( ">ms, It was |)iircjes|) of taxation, on land and
and who Isn't, slop by the recreation Webb, Industrial Relations I i Lions Club Minstrel scheduled for : Mr, and hire Jim Wilcox Sr, of I announced today by President Paul Honor April 7 reel property tliroiigliout tho
center Monday night and seethe Officer at the Naval Air Station I I April 14 were discussed, and it wall full house at the weekly Clinch Drive, and has been a rest Ulsh, Lounly: commensurate with the

displays arranged by the Buc. Jacksonville will be guest t speakerat I, voted to entertain the Twins Farm meeting of the Union Council on dent of Fernandina Beach since Ulsh said that an auction will The Nassau 1 District Buy Stouts ri'ullmlc\ values of such land and

cancer Coin Club as they host the the meeting of the Parent I: System players In training here Tuesday night heard a report on 1939. lie graduated from Fernan. I feature the meting and that a I will hold their April Court of linn. property based on practical usage

Duval Numismatic Society You'll Teacher Assn, tonight, Thursday, at a dinner on April 11. I the duties and functions of the da Beach High/ School In 1953;; number of displays will also be! or Tuesday, April 7 at 8 p m, In I und productivity thereof;

also enjoy the auction thit is it the Junior High School, Following a report from the Board of Trustees uf llumphreysMemorial The minimum requirements' formu'mbutrhip airunxetl,, I the Junior Hlgh-Elcmcntary School 1Culetorlum 1 2i to secure the establishment

planned as you watch the biddingfor I I "Motivation, Teachers and Students nominating committee on the elute Hospital ore 73 hours of work The public Is invited to the unit continuation of CljllltJble| and

unusual coins. Just remember, ," dealing with the concepts I of new ofliteri to be elected at the I The speaker was Louis A. Fer. I suHhfacloiily completed, and particlpiitlon I tion and to view the aue'J All pawl cattle scouli me Invitedto rcuxiinublu tax levies on lund andJlopl'rty
looking' penny of the Influence of needs and wants April 21st meeting Lion Tllman rclra and treasurer of Once lltlds of I In the .
even IIn ordinary I secretary In extra toiiiH' betMei 7.JO p m, and 10 uluiul'. I During the ccrtmonlrs, County cumniun.siiruic
often has a far greater value thus I of Individuals, on motivation and' projected a film on the 13 World !! the Board, who gave a brief his I currlculur: activities RerrtHhments' will he; nerved to)I ')'('d Anderson III receive his eagle with the tax paying tupu.i .

one cent. Who knows, the coin col. the law of its cflects, will be the I Ispeaker' Series between the Dodders: and lory of the hospital from Its begin( I Jinn'a major) field' of activity was Hume In attendance!. s out' auuid i Continued on Page Fiver

lectlny! bug might bite you. subject. the Yankees I II nintf with 17 beds In \1'Ml! up to the Orlanlllllil'I1lIII'fI'! he mrved an 1 -

*r Webb, a native of Jjcksonvlllo I President I 1 Clarke culled a mee-t.:;:: I present 57-bed operation, ,resident of the A.'ritullurnl Cuun-
I don't know If we're sinking I i Graduated: : I from Andrew Jackson Ing of the Board of Dirtttnri' fol. Ferreira said that till I main expanslon (ell, piesidinl of the Itlnik and

back Into the sea or If there Is just High School and the University of Icwintf' adjournment ot the regular of the hospital came with Bridle Clnl>, preside) mid business I

more water than there used to be, Florida where he received his BS session, I matching funds from the Hill-Bur. manager of Hie University's Live. 5 v rS'a

A release from the United States degree In Business Administration, I ton Act and that tndty the hospital stock Judcjinij Team, and 18I ml'm.1

I Department of Commerce eye and In 17 his Masters degree of No Change ReportedIn has a capacity which Is 13 beds bcr of Alpha G.imniu Kho fraternity

that the oceans which lap our Arts In Economics. I above what would be allowed today of which ho was his pledge w4s"
shores have risen from 2 to 9 In. : He was management analyst at Lad's Condition under similar matching funds class: president

chcs since 1940.! The rise listed for I, Cecil Field Naval Air Station at In telling of the law under which The first minor field was Village
Fernandina Beach U 2 Jacksonville until 1962 at which Friends of Mr. and Mrs Roy Key '' the hospital was created, Ferreira Government where Jim served at 9 ei
Greatest increase Is at Inehel.l time he was transferred to Jack will regret to hear there has been noted that a maximum of 5 mills representative to the Mayor's Coun- Jet ",rn'ea 'f5 w
In the condition of their
land. La 20 miles sonvllle NAil as employee development no change In ad valorem taxes was allowed ell two teams and on the .'Iovl'1J! '
Morgan City. I'm not going officer. son, Lee who remains critically i for the operation and pointed out I Village Commission three teamsIn ,

building an ark as yet but justconsidered Webb is a past District Governorof 111 at St, Vlnctnti Hospital In Jack. that for the past t three years the the setnnd minor student government

the change as Interesting I Toastmasters International. sonvillc' millaxe has been only 35 mills, I and service Jim nerved

If I'm any example the pop- All members are urged to attend Lee was stricken suddenly lust Ferreira said also that the Board on the Legislative Council and on
ulatlon has Just become heavier and a cordial Invitation Is extend. Friday with encephalitis, an after.math has been able to maintain a contingency : various' committees appointed by
and maybe we're forcing the land ed visitors, of a case of chicken pox, reported fund for future needs lie ; the Dean of the Collt'it
out into the sea. I by doctors likely to be one I' wiled further that since the hospital ture the Head\ exit, the Department'

Fernandina Beach j! such case In a million occurances Is supported by public tax money, i iI of Animal Selente and the Provost

Wonder what kind of period the county's unfortunate are cared : of Agriculture

we're In right noI'I' It''I ;been' said: I! Weather I Nassau Officials for. He cited that this Is a case of -
that a II I period In local people looking' after the local I Women's Club
I Little
To Observe County
which you tighten up your belt, A I V. S Approved Weather Station needs I
depression Is a time In which you '; South 7th At Unit Street Government WeekIn The liveliest question and answer I II I Slates Car WashThe

have no belt to tighten When you I Ltwtt Nolan Cooperative Observer I period of any of the Union Council
have no trousers to hold up, 11'. a Max Mln Ruin this \Issue will be found a pro. I meetings to dale brought the statement Little Women's Club will
panic I Just haven't completely''' Thurs. March 26th 70 64 ,81Frt. clamatlon I from Governor FarrlxBryant i from Ferreira that the Board':, staxe a car wash as a fund-raising
March 87 48 T : I
figured out the present status 27th proclaiming April I 6 through of Trusties welcomes any (construe venture on Saturday,, April 11 al

Maybe the politicians will have it tat., March 28th 65 53 .12 10 at County Government Week In live criticism end complaints' at I Ihe recreation center II was announced NOBLE: KERMIT; (', MtfUEKN.) ; : president and repr'lIenll\tlvt\ of the Kernundiiu

all figured out by election Sun, March 29th 75 53 43 0 0'' FloridaNawau. I: their regular monthly board by President Mariile ,. Heath Shrine Club recently presented the Greenville Childrtn'* Hospital! with a $f>00)
Men, March 30th 64 '
I offlchls are cooperating : logs and that minutes of i lees too. donation made of the receipts from the annual Shriner IJar- .Q. at the 1961
Tues. March 31st M 34 0 up
I must be slipping Caught my. In the observance and Interested j meetings are kept at the hospital Curs will be washed for ft with
Wed 1st 77 43 0 I I buHinem It the largest donation by a Florida Club. Mo
April meeting wit
self humming ont o( the Beatles'tuaei. cltltcns are Invited to visit the var- I and are open to the public an extra 25c for white )
j The,weather o Fabue la furnlahed Utiutt.a courgsy Co. I lout offlcei In the courthouse j (Continued on Page Three) I tires. Queen IK pictured third from left.'KY .


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e Two = Newu-Leader, Fernandina_ Beach, Flcrkla Thursday, April 2, 19G1FEftNANDlNA

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A John K. Perry Newspaper| I State tif florid | 42S Routh 61k Street I J. T, Dunnim factor Need A Good Salesman?
Rat Olawtll" Editor and ]*...... Executive Department Re,. C. W. Page, Pastor tfoi ship, Services: 8.31)) A.M I
ABC AUDITED PAID CIRCLtATlONrubllrtied Tallahassee | Sunday Services: 11.00; A.M
i ,,10:00: A.M. ... Sunday School 7:80: P.M.
every Thursday md entered it the Post Office WHEREAS, the Slate Association 111:00:: A.M. Morning Worshlri i Sunday School ... ....?. 11145 A.M: .: ,
IttrtaiidiM Beach, Florida, >i second Rate class mall matter.SuBKTtpUon I of County Commissioners of Flor. i 8:30: p.m. "................ ... .... B.T.U. I Ira niog Union .... ....... 8:16: r.lII.I I Good salesmen so hard to come by that many a
: arc
7'HO Service ......... I .
P.M. Men' Vt
|4 a year 112.25 II month $1.25 8 Months ida has set aside the period of flayer j btiivin udnemliiy I
I. S450 a year out of county :,, April 6-10 I'M' ), for observance of 7.30: p.m. Evening Worship I 7:30: I'.M retailer hen wished that he had old Aladdin's lamp to
d (I County Government Week and Tuesdayi I ft i i
-- WHEREAS, It i II fitting to call 7:00: p.m. __H_>" VIsltatlMft ST. PACTS: LUTHERANCHUtUI : : merchandise.It
to sell .
rub when lie needed more help
I public attention to the achieve ft ft ,
,. I ments of county goovcrnmcnt! arttttlnlslereil CALVARY BAPTIST CIll'KCH Amelia Clip >'kf InirrsfrthMiA' .. i
I !
COUNTY- Communion COMMISSION Chambers- 10 am. 2nd Wednesday after lot Monda, of County Commissioners by the various and Boards J. C Bailey!lYnn,Rand PASTOR A. t"', Gerhha*-dt, PaMor | would also be nice If the lamp produced a salesman .

Sunday School ?..... ... ,10 A.M 1.00: am. Morning Service i ilO
CITY COMMISSION 2nd and 4th Wednesdays 7:30: pm. City WHEREAS County Governments Morning Worship ..... .. 11 A.MI :00 a.m, __._ Sunday School '. 24 hours day who could makeall
Commiision Chambers are cooperation partner with Stale who worked almost a ,
I and Municipal Governments In administering I Evening Service .......... 7Ju I'.M 11:00: a.m. ??. .. Wurshlp!; Service :
HOSPITAL TRUSTEES 3rd Thursday 10 '.m. Hospital Dm ft M: t.q, 8:30 p.m. C. A. Youth Services 'II
tog Room public affairs: the calls who could see every customer,
NOW, THEREFORE I, Karris rnixi'K OK PEACJS: 7:30: p.m. EviniHIstic: Servictthursday necessary,
.. SCHOOL BOARD lat Wednesday after 2nd Monday 9:30: ant i iIt. Bryant, by virtue' of the authority LUTHERAN CIILKCJ1 I mid week ..rfce- i i7.JO
Superintendent's Office '. vested In me ai Governor of the Donald It. Himmclman, Pastor I : p.m.CIIORCIIOP'. every day.It .
P-TA EXECUTIVE BOARD last Thursday 8:30: p.m. Jr. State of Florida do hereby pro. Phone 261.5634' ft !
High CafetorlumPTA claim April B-10 1464' as Sunday School......_ .. (ft):43 a, m toi
COUNTY GOVERNMENT WEEKIn Worship Service "'HOO' 11JQ; aim. I Cor. Ilk end Cedar 51*. to find man who didn't
MEETING Sat Thursday S p.m. Jr. High CafetorlumHIWANIS .... would take a magic lump a
I Florida, and do encourage the ft ft W ,, t Rn. L. Mania' Joh" Psstiu
CLUB Eath Monday 8.41: p.m. geaald Inn several counties to develop their MEMORIAL METHODIST; I Phone 2(11807lO'OO told the correct sales
make mistakes who always story,
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY 2nd Tuesday 1.30: p.m. no.pltall own observance of this occasion, CHURCH : am, -_ Sunday School ,
Dining Room. I built around I public Invitation to Nelson P. Meyer, Pastor 11:00: am. ....... Moraine Service short notice and
,,. JAYCEES: Each Monday 8 p.m Recreation Center Lounge the citizenry to visit their local 9AH: a.m. ??-....... Sunday School I' f !PE. Friday Evening 7.30:: p.m who found interested customers on ,
county courthouse to observe the 11:00: a.m. ??.... IIi0rntnlf,Worship ':"n pm. __ ... Evening Service
t UONS CLUB Each Tuesday 7pm. Seaside Inn
duties service and lunctlon. of It. 9.16: p.m. _. MYF Supper 4 Pro- Prayr meeting Wednesday sold merchandise.If .
a ROTARY CLUB Each Wednesday Noon Luncheon Seasldi several departments is part of a grams 'I 7-XO: pm

i INNAMERICAN stile-wide prrgram of "Open Court ::iSO p.m. .._..? Evening: Worshli
: LEGION 1st and Srd Monday 8 p.m. at Lecloi I House" In the 17 counties of Flor] -tt 'I! PINNEY ANTESThe the merchant rubbed hard he might find a salesman .
CITY PLANNING BOARD trd Thursday City Commliilo*' IN WITNESS! WHEREOF CIIURCII ': who could go right into the home, right into the living
real behind the TV-i
Chamber I have hereunto set my The Rev Jane D. Elllsnr, Rector story |

WOMAN'S CLUB lit Wednesday Woman's Club Bid*. SEAL hand Great and Seal caused of the Stale the 10 1:80:00: A.M.A.M.-- Choral Holy] communion Eucharist I',Nam fence with Secretary Gen' Taylor trln to Is South about'Viet to ,, room and talk to tho housewife, and tell the story of

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICAasso" District 6 p.m. 2nd Friday of Flnrlfln to be affixed 11:15: A.M. Church School be told.' Sit back and listen to how
Seaside In"MERCHANT'S i at Tallnliassee, the B.OO: P.M. Episcopal Young I I come It i was so vital his merchandise.

ASSN. each Irl Thursday Noon Luncheon Copllul('',", this 10th day Churchmen President Johnson) may he elected '
Seaside Ian of...Mnnrh. A.D., 1964. (This I I. the schedule of every for a full term and rumors were

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sd Monday Luncheon 12:15: ATTEST: II/fll t tS/ Ferris BryanlGOVERNOR Sunday with the exception of the that beet for he's a rounding new cabinet.up some homo 'I And that salesman would work at a low wage. That
Seaside Inn last Sunday af the month)
BUCCANEER: COIN CLUB .. /S/ Tom AdanuSFXRETAUJflJ LAST SUNDAY OF THE Meanwhile over In the defense but it would be big factor. He would
I p m. 2nd Monday each month fTATE MONTH: coral the secretury faced two real] seems impossible, a

- CEN. DUNCAN L. CLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2nd Mo* 7:30: A.M. Holy Communion problems Seems the range war In
- day each month 8 p.m. TV Room at Recreation Center. 10:00: AM. Morning Prayer South Viet Vain weren't going veil never get sick, never lay off, never take a vacation, always

NASSAU CHAP NO. 40 ROYAL ARCH MASONS:: 2nd and Pirates::Receive and Sermon I plus lowering of morale. :
4th Ihuradaya 8 p.m. Masonic Temple 11:15: AM. Church School The Red rustlers had brought In ,' say |just what his employer wanted him to say.
'111' ,a lot of shootln' irons, a big pile uP'
a AMELIA LODGE NO. 47 F. A A.M. 2nd and 4th Tuesday IContinued from Page One) B.OO: P.M. Episcopal Young
of she miff war stuff and our side'sarms
8 p.m. Masonic Temple Young Churchmen for the past Churchmen I I

' sHOSEiN LODGE No. 104 Knlffhts! of P/thlas lat and 3rd Thurt- four years' ekd served In many CHURCH* OF off COI it OF Sec were cf Drf.woefully McMomara: Inadequate had to I Impossible! Even Aladdin's genie couldn't producethat

dye II p.m. Masonic Temple other rapaeltlei/ I do lomethlng So he tm.k Con Tay.
FERNANDINA TEMPLE 7, PYTHIAN SISTERS -- 2nd and 4ta George Shuffled, son of Mr. Rev II.PROPHECY C. Drury, Pastor lor along to find out If the VietCong sort of a merchant's dream. That kind of salesman

Monday .f month at 8 p.m. Masonic Temple.] Lois Lowe Sheffield became and the outstanding late. 10:00: ..m. _?........ Sunday Schuo! arms buildup was as big as
CHAPTER 65. ORDER EASTERN STAR 1st and Srd Tuesday Hale Sheffield the an Pirate 11 am .....?....?? Morning ServK they'd agreed.If comes only in air castles and newspapers.
e Masonic Temple player on continuing 7:45: p.m. .......... Evening Scrvce: If that wa so cur side's arms I
team In his Junior
year got
ul be to
Inadequate enough
7:45: p.m. Wednesday; VL.K. Service
6PEBSQ8A EACH TUESDAY 8 P.M. -> Recr *'lon Cents as a Senior. I
e Lounge He Is a member of the Key Club I for young ft ft people.ft more ahead arms will) the and ballyhoo still maintain of sending Ihe'l' Read back. There is nothing there that newspaper

HIBISCUS GARDEN CLUB 8rd Monday of month at lad the Thespian lie was a ,
a p.m. I inferiority our allies needed to
Club and BAPTIST can't do for retail It is the
ROSE CIRCLE -y. ht Monday ".???_-.._.._.___.-..... 8 P.. member of the Athletic his Freshman CHURCH That problem was for Gen Tay. advertising a store. super

i FOUNDERS $Afl BN CLUB Srd Friday .., ... .. .. 3 P.M. the and Senior!Sophomore Chorus years.In B:45 11:00 a.m. -_.-..._.?. Sunday! School I'lor.was The McNamara real big He morale went problem Immediately salesman, the dream salesman, the perfect salesman.All .

i MAGNOLIA GARDEN: CLUB 4th Tuesday __ 8 PJL lie has been a member of the 6:30: a.m... _...Morning Worship Union to work on boosting It at the

AZALEA CARDED. CLUB Snd Tuesday .................__..H. P.It. Amelia fur the Island pout] four Youth yearn Organization and was ;V:30: p.m.p.m. ..?...... Evening:Training Worship; Embnw."Mr. that is needed to put him to work is call a representative
' 220 Lighthouse Cliele President. he greeted Cabot
clans Wednesday prayer service, 7.3C: I I !
voted the "Wittiest Senior
c RTITCH-A-BIT CLUB lat and Srd Monday __.__ 7:30: P.M. superlative p.m. Lodge 'I'm a little early, butlit of this newspaper at 261-3686.
will be, sir. The
I people are piling
AMERICAN: LECkf!* AUXILIARY, Post 54 4th Tuesday 8 p.m. II lie Is a member! of Memorial: ft SSEMRI,ft Ion your btmdwggnn And Mr. Presi -
Legion Horn WSEMtOR Methodist" Church. .
i Idem to be it docs '
noon me aM
e e ::" CITIZENS: t. End and 4th 'Thursdays, R..... Center 7:30 P.M. I George plans to major In science Rev. E. A. Lewis I'astorTAnERNAfl.E of good >II hope) to tell yuI .. Covering The Fernandina Beach Trading Area
at Catawba t for the groundwork '
HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB 2nd Thursday m on your uignn Yes, sir, I'm'
s : to go Into medicine.I I II : BAPTIST
McNamara leader of the band.
-- 1 ... CHURCH
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Try A Classified e Ad For Quick Results b, 'I Amelia Rev. Loyd Road Chambers<- Phone, Pastor 2RI-34S7 / JOHN E. (Jack) -1 FERNANDINA BEACH NEWS-LEADER '"
Trade At Home
Sunday School ................ 10 a.m
e. .. Morning Worship ............ 11 am ; MATTHEWS
. I Evening Worship __....?._..'7 pm PHONE 261-3686 261-3687
r Wednesday Service ............ 7 p.m. Ilea Qualified For Governor or
vt ft ft ft Authorised by CampilKi Tee n, urer
!t O'k" !fillli Da 13 vi DANCE FIVE GROVE: BAPTIST ClIfRCI i I. Paid Pot kJv.I I -
Rev W. O. Breoks, Pester
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: -8:41-! A.M. . Sunday,:School
I i ffw Saturday Nite April 4 11:00: A.M. .... !Morning ,Worship,
I 11:00: P.M. Mrn's Prayer,,Service )I CHEVY by ChevroletHow
11:30: P.M. .. .. Training Union
a / 1:30: P.M. Evening Worship

L j At Tenacres I Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Services. Pray! ; ServlA I to get away from it all including the high cost of travel l !

'* CHURCH OF CHRIST A Chevy II Station Wagon Is the way to get the a spare tank. And now that It's! Trade 'N' Travel

YA'LL COME! Smith' Ulh "'Street" .1 whole// family there and back on a small vacation Time at your Chevrolet dealer', you'll\ never find
f Earl Hllberi, Minister' I budget. You get 78 cu. ft. of cargo spaco for lisa a better time to buy a Chevy II. There' a wide'
Sunday Bible Study .... 10:< a.m''
I ', than jou'd pay for most sedans. You get moneyTRADE'TRAVEL range of engine and transmissions to chooso
11:1 )
Worship am
Morning :
:t MUSIC BY MAXIE SIRMANS AND .\T 1Y Evening Worship .... 7:0: ) ''p.m. saving easy-care fcaluren, too. And '01l'1I go so TIME from. And whatever you pick, you can be aura
i *: oJ' tit -tf. ft; I' far between gas stops you'll think we built in a you'll always get a good run for your money.t .
.\ il li:' CHURCH ("I"r. t II Yom J-r>oor Slalinn/ 11'ngne

t BOWLERETTE5 ;? Rrv. John Hosier, r.. :J
i SPONSORED; HY :: Church School .. .. U.I. AM "
: Worship Service ... 11::0.(. A.M. !i''S'
Youth !Meeting ........ 0:Ollj KM I I
j I Church School .,........ 7.JO: I'.M.CSIUD 1 1 bid '
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South 8th St. Ph. MI-3702
Rev. W. W. Roland,

Sunday School . .. 10 a.m.
McKendLCandidate i I Worship Service . . 11 a m )
; H. S. "Herb" Prayer Meeting 1 Tuesday 7:30: pm i R' 4 !;rti I I )

Bible 1:30 '
. Study Thursday : p.m. '

: For Sheriffof I ST. MICHAEL'tfto CHURCHRev. CATHOLIC ft a'' l E i r 1

Nassau County Leonard Duncan, Pastor
a ; Sunday Mans. .??...?.? 2nd, 4th
Sunday. ?.?..._.. 7:30: am IMi K i l f ''t I
I Sunday Mass .................... lat, 3rd L e y \. lith Sunday, 11:30:: am. \L ooi r

WILL BE AT NASSAUVILLE '\ I Monday, Young People" 7 p.m. k 7 +i, .r edna.M
'Tuesday, Novena Services T.Jfli:; 1

SATURDAY NIGHT AT 7 P.M. I Dally ................................. 8amI pm..
I Saturday ............ Convent Chapel
NEAR HOME OF H. J. MOBLEY /15.30: Communion In Convent

a I ft ft ftSPRINf.HIl.L


State Hlway 107 Nauauvlle| |

This Get-Together! Is To Give "Herb" A Chance To Rev Dan E. Wade, Pastor
! I Pouters Prayer Tim
(For Men) ........................ 7 i
Meet The Many He Has Not Had The OpportunityTo Sunday School ............ 0:45: l.m'l'

I Morning Worship .......... 11 a.m.
See As Yet. (I Training Union .......... 0:15: p.m
Evening _.. 7:30
Warship ?? : p.m.
ea ea I Wednesday(, :
I Men's Hour of Power .... 7 I'm.
ee ea Prayer; Service ....... 7.30:: ( p.m."Who.oever .

f"a 911we4dl NORT i 14th oft STREET ft .-....-....--_ --....-......---..-.... .-

. 9:45 1>>: am. ?__?.... Sunday School
e 11.00: a.m. ._ Morning Worship WOODWARD MOTOR
6:30 pm. ..........._........._.... BTU''II' COMPANYSouth
Pak Pnlltlral Advertl"" "" '
ea I' 7:30 p.m. -" Evening Worship
ee ee 7:80 p.m.. Mid-Week Service I 8th Street Fernandina Beach, Florida Phone 2613636r

I Wednesday .



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News-Lender, Ftrnnndina Reach Florida: Thurvlny, April 2, 1961!) rage Three
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CD Mobile Unit Has Complete Communication Equipment ,

r I WPAP and KAC To School Echoes.
For The HomemakerBy "The recently acquired Civil {)t. : High I

.. fensc mobile conimiinlcnllon and
ass -
> \y: : rescue unit could be of the utmost Co-Sponsor Teen BY NED TYSON
.g i :'t value In tile cast of disaster In the
Nassau County area, said Ciilnncl HELLO'! The new of tier retirement was
i Walter J, Preston, County; Civil;; Defense Dance Each FridayIn The student bushy reported forduty saddcnlnK to all of us

Mrs Mary N. Harrison '::" : I ..: Director, I Tuesday, after a Icing Easter The Pirate baseball team defeat
h : <, Disaster run strike at any time an effort to help teenagers ol weekend, ed Cnmd<'n County, Tuesday tiur.
Home Demonstration AgentDo I '...... "'*'":: ,,,,: "'" and any place," Preston continued, our area enjoy living Just u little I The brass ensemble of our band noon at the local bull park The
[ s. a119jB! r.' Look what happened In Alaska, bit more Stolon WPAP. emiperat.iiift :provided music fur the Rosier: Sun. store was, seven to five Joe Thrill
,+ ': '= : ; with Kraft Athletic Club, will did a fine Job pitching for the PI.
.. .. e.. ., we may not have an earthquake I flue Service, Sunday A Ill, at Fort
but there arc other t hpci nf dims. conduct a record dunce each Fri. ,Clinch, rate, itiikinK out thirteen button
you wonder why Johnny doer much a waste of time, When I ten and we should be prepared," I day afternoon at 3,30: In the clubhouse Seventh pcrloel W'elnl'ReIIYI''" and walking! inily three The Plr.
not eat or maybe Johnny rats too i i child reaches school age, Interest Preston said, at Tenncrei The Friday: devoted (to I the spring football Rime mar aided (heir umsc by collect.
much'! Are you wondering Just I have multiplied With so much to $ Frolic for students of high school IIIR twelve' hits,
i. As presently equipped Hie unit which marked thc end of spilntf!
when to start that new baby on do, the hours In the day seem to Is primarily a mobile communications age will officially Blurt Friday,, practice The )'l'lIuI'am l tleleat. The next name will h,' Friday at
solid foods or how much food a have dwindled Some yean ago. '" facility, but In the near lulure, April 3id at Tenacrcs. cd the blue team 12.0, on a touchdown the ball pink! auamst Orange Park
child of two should cat Those are the daily bath was part of the ac. .' 't Preston said, It IK hoped th.K les. It li hoped Hint these dnncei will aerial from Benny Alvarez Junior Cluss play, 'Let 'Km Eat:
questions that often plaque moth. cepted routine and an ('nJoyablelone ." Cue equipment maybe added to Its encourage teenagers to gather each to Mike Pikula and tin a twelve Steak," Friday night, April 10, at
ers of small children. Mothers at that But now an Impatientsix ga, contents, Friday aflernM( and enjoy a per. I yard run by Hurry !lliccThiiMd.iv 8 p 11Hlllh Sri liixil auditorii,

with young children from Infancyto or seven-year-old Is willing to ,'* ," The trailer Is practically' self-sus- tad of recreation mid I1IM.d! How. afternoon, lie( churns Pont foiflol! TIckcMs will be un
7 years of age are registering spend time only on activities ship The party will be slilrlly a Hale by class members and at door
It la with' 1,1'lias
equipped ; an
taming :
for nutrition ) presented\ its annual Easter: Pio-
a course to be taughtat which seem Important to him for the and
fun session
jomiKsteis : of the
stove, rcliiRWitor, 100 gal, nf the night performance.
the Fernandina Beach Rocrea- Taking bath probably Isn't one and lwa\s., the churns
a 125 KW nn adults are Invited, Parents and gram as See you next t Heck1Trade !
100 gal gasoline
tlon Center The Course will begin of these, because he's still too water .
chemical toilet, adults can take part only by listenIng war well prepared/ fur the occasion, -----
on April 17 and will meet each young to appreciate the advantages auxiliary generator 'table to their radio at home Thin will be Mi'*, r.U'lvn: Arnold
Friday morning from 10 until 1.30 I I of clean, 4 bunks air rnndiiionlng pen
being electric heater, flist aid kilo lie[ Station WPAP will\ furnish the final year as Clioiul Dinttor. after At HomeFully
for a. series of 6 sessions Therearc Now Is the time to Insist that a DEFENSE MOBILEcommunications :: : deviled work
I THE NASSAU COl'NTY CIVIL extinguishers, portable tperlter 1 1I music and the popular young disc many years of
The no charges : dally bath Is required because I and rescue unit was! proved sulUfactory allied equipment and chair, jockey, Rick Pet'pics will act as
six meetings will Include I themselves
I self-respecting people keep '
such subjects as: clean At this stage, he'sold during; tests! run on it during the recent Golden Crown A radio has been Installed for operating master of ceremonies From lime
1. Eat to live Better, : enough to understand that life races. Shown IIh the new equipment trailer tire left the county ('I D radio net, the I to limp during the atternoon Kick Qualified To Ser\e YOU! and MU'K Children

2. Children grow right with right I has responsibilities going to to right John Sills Tom Harden and Colonel Walter J. Florida emergency net, the couiilvsheriff's I "Interview\ describe the some! activity of the dancersand of the ELECT;

foods, school, learning lessons, minding Preston, County Chil Defense director. net, the city of .1'1'111111.
3. Meal planning made easy manners, taking baths, It's also dlna Beach police and fire radio party
4. Food selection and buying I I Important now to have a firm and p 'fi' '. 's'ii. vPac a, rsll system, and a citizens' band radio The first session will he a 111'neqllllilltl'd \ Dean B. 'Blankenship
kick.nlf at fair with
for communication with all CD
5. Principles of Food preparation I no foolishness attitude about scrubbing 5
up before meals and snacks! a units In the countv Portable uuten- more and better dances to follow
6. Food Fads and facts. one are tarried either In or on thl'l each Filday Cokes and hut dollll AS VOl KSUPERINTENDENT
The enrollment Is limited trailer I "11be\ available mid all profits
Towel do
' those wishing to register should Like? An assortment of colored ;a11 s During the recent Guiden Crown from the sate of these Itl'lnN11I fin N
call the Recreation Center to 1'1'11" hand towels Is a worthwhile investment ; Prix a nlongnl, test! was made of I to the high,: school' band association, PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Isler Immediately Persons desiring Instead of saving "Go S ,, most of the Inellities In the1 timlc-r ThreiMhhIv I Is 'the stalling lime
a nursery should also give this wash your hands," ask "What color and the results were repented asa and fun Is the ,rtieme All t mine 'our Yule and Supimrt Mill lie 111.rl'ddlc'd| |

liiloinidtlou to the Recreation Center towel would you like to dry 4 gratifying! I students arc invited, Mote\ Forward pith New

your hands on?" Ask this innocent It Is also hoptd that revue\ equipment Leadership I
question with a selection of pretty can be added In Hie futilities
I Council ,
Union Puld f"l Mil'il Artv
But I took a bull yesterday! towels over your arm! Almost any r' In the very near future, The Slu>r. I
Why lake another today Well I child will be diverted Irom the re. >, Ills Water Pnlrol hn nursed to
hl're's'Il're cajoling Is pretty qulrcmcnt of washing hands to participate In this plan, "With the iContlniit-0( t from Paw ((1111'1> I
---- -- I the fun of choosing his fivorlte F vast amount of water In the urea "In coinmcKllnR on the nutting,

Pvt. G. E. WilderIn color towel This come on also f and the large number of bulls ulil- Jim Parsons halrman\ of tutuuun'il I
works well with young guests Icing our waters, plus the numbers : said, "from where 1 sit 1
Germany With : 1 of swimmers here duilnit the summcr no need a Ifood shot In (lie arm of 11 ( itt
I !land.Washing! Do you know e ," Preston Bald, "the rescue nose help and less knock I am I
,, Medical Detachment how to really demonstrate the correct equipment could become very use. ,I lure more support of the hospital
US ARMY, EUROPE (AHTNCt I way to wash your hands to ful," Rescue equipment for use on i and the blond bank and a few more I
Army PFC Gorenflo E. Wilder, your child Lather the hands un. rh 1 land U also contemplated i projects I could name would bo of
whose wife Lorena, and parents, I I der running water, rinse the soap z In listing needed additional equip. benefit to all."
Mr, and Mrs, Alfred G Wilder, Then lather between fingers, balding went, Preston named the follow. 'It Is a soiry thing," he added,
live on Route 1, Fernandina Beach, I hands down, Let the water runoff UNIT left to Ing: 24' extension ladder, 6' step\ I "whin we lose the advantage of
arrived In Germany, Feb 27, and hands from wrist to fingertips ON THE INSIDE OF THE CD MOBILE ladder, 6 long.handled shovels, 4 the Bloodmobile by not all pulling
Is now assigned to the Medical Detachment This keeps away wet and drippy right, Tom Harden, Colonel Preston and John Sills are fireman's axes lor regular axes), together,"
201 h Station Hospital, I I elbows and sleeve I shown during tests on the unit's communications equip 4 picks 2 crow bars I compressor Parsons said that John WeIsner,
Wilder Is an X-ray technician In ment. It is hoped by Civil Defense workers that rescue for use wllh divers' tanks 300 'a"I Superintendent of Public Instruction '

the detachment. He entered the Both boys and girls like the I equipment may be added to the present facilities in the rope, 1 acetylene cutting and weld I will\ be tho speaker at next
Army In June 1962 and completedbasic I I shaving brush facial, an Idea which future. leg unit 1 resuscitator I oxygen Tuesday night's nucllng
combat training at Fort has been used with great success I type.), and 2 oxygen tanks and I He concluded the meeting with
Jackson, S, C The technique Is to work up a i I masks. the observation, "we owo a big
The year-old soldier Is a 1958graduate I thick lather, squish the shaving I hand to the officials who arc taking .
of Yahoo, \High School brush In it, wet the face, then ,: Harry Poole State's Birth Rate I time to come In this miollniw
smear on the suds The feeling III Alan Hunt and enlighten us on their of flies

JOHN E. ( Jack) II so shave pleasant- will that go the on facial for quite- or a Continued( from Page One) Down 18 PercentIn (Continued from Page One) \ and functions"

while! The soft brush massages I "It was on those qualification but A vehicle count at the South
MATTHEWS soapsuds Into the pres so that the I that the people elected Hardee me Brother 4 year 7-Year Period i every rather day used as the most fishing supposed trips an a Gate of Cape Kennedy disclosed
I skin gets really clean Maybe even'1 ago; Manager that 3,134 autos pass throuith! be.
I Illicit
for moonsliinliiK
I In cover up an
Best Qualified For Go\ernor I the neck and ears'! By all means, Company} u hardware store twctn] 6 and 7am? and 3,431 be.
had been
**' !fertandind Beach) for 14 years Tho Stall j operation : : uncovlered -
Paid t Pol. Adv try I It yourself and 1 lei your cnild the I twccn 7 and Sam, dally, ', '"
Authorized by Campaign Treasurer, watch, then he will Imitate you I and this business experience I IsI Board of Health today repnrtec I by "
-. I very valuable to the County Com that Florida's deaths rnarrlagei > The elder Stone "exposure"
- -- mission Available all the tim and divorces Increased from 1M II[ brought merriment to his fellow I !It's Time To Think of

downtown In a public place only i a to 1963; that births and Infant | Rotarians, I Storing/ Winter Garment!
block from the Courthouse which deaths decreased, Guests at the meeting were Roy I
makes It very easy for anyone to Oliver H Boorde director of the I; Mlxon and Charlie Wilcox, high I DRY CLEANING ,

see me about County business al Division of Public Health school seniors: Joe RlpII'YI'ho I i SPECIAL SHORT STORY:; 'We Loan'I.You: Own"
any time Other facts college said also that the state i I has just purchased a local concrete .
staUIUCI'j j
graduate (worked my way was estimated at ,( ) block business; Bo Fox, of'' $1 For 8 Ibs, Federal

FOR OUTDOOR LIVING through): respectable family in. July 1, 1963, "This means the state Indianapolis Ind, a guest of bin J I Month of April, Only Fcrnandina" ,
eluding wife v'ickl and 5 children has grown at a rate of approximately rather Rolarlan George Fox, Jimmy -, ASKINS ,
Sylvia, Diane, Price. Wesley and 17,650 persons a month Stevens Yulee businessman, ?;
I & Loan Assn.
Sara, a good age, 46, active and since the l'J60 U. S, census when and Ray Caldwell News-tender LAUNDROMATSouth Savings
yet mature; have been President the 1 population was 4931,560," he i editor, 8th Street
of the Chamber of Commerce, said 202 Atlantic Avenue
f President of the Fcrnandini Beach. Boorde said the states birth rate Try A Classified Ad !I OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY e

rkd wl Lions Club, President of the Mcr I ..... .....
1 has continued to decline since a - - "'" -- -
passes/ 'I chants Association, and willing II
>t stalkeeocto / tiii1JLaWizard and active In all civic affairs; rcsl I peak of 24.7 births per 1.000 population ,
dent of Nassau County 25 years," : In 1'tJb'! :; an 18 per cent drop
"With these qualifications. It I Is : In the last 1 seven years There were Jr
estimated 114641 births last
my desire to serve you again and I an
for lljir year attains 113,248 In 12! and
humbly ask you to vote > Any Way
talnfou Poole on !May 5 for County Commissioner 80,087 In 1933:; a decade UK" + aD

24" l 1 District 1 I iFernandma I Preliminary death figures show
Brazier Grill $ Z J Bnrbnr.N79c:: I Beach), Thank you," 55,543 persons died In 1IH13 against 1 r ,
a... 0,00 52,639!) in 12! but the rate remained M W
unchanged at 18 deaths You
Pvt. Eric S. BatesIn
Extra-deep fire bowl and per 1,000 population

Do-crank grid adjustment. Jungle WarfareOn Prclimlnuiy figures show 3207 v
Island Infant deaths among residents In
Irimote 13 a decline of 77 compared with Look

(AHT.NC: ) Army Pvt, Edric S There were 43,111 marriages In
Bates whobe parents, Mr, and Mrs, 1963 according to preliminary figures (
Gilbert N, Becker live at Fort against 41,504 In 12 Divorces At It.
Clinch Slate Park, and other members and annulments increased from 22,. r ,
of the 1st Battalion of the 173d 78 In 12 to 22,8'J3 last year
t llueotitur !IIe Airborne Brigade's Said( Infantry j

at Fort Butkner, Okinawa, completed -
/fe nine days of Jungle warfare
Trade At Home
e ardlylI training March 14 on Inmate Is. YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT
+aryrW land, home of the brig.idc Jungle --- -
s' N.pMhe and i iOb Warfare Training Center
I teal The Island second largest 1 of tin I S
Rvukyu chain, lies 2V) miles southwest
/aCt101 of Okinawa and 120 miles cast

i of Taiwan, Chits and steep slopes
predominate Hi shoreline beyond SUBURBAN PROPANEServing
which tropical forests rise to a Size
49c 21 INCH( UltAZIEltWITII rough mountainous Interior,
HOOD Bates, a rifleman In the lat ll.ittalion Any ShapeInquire
Lighter 's Company C on Okinawa, At
11 1 ONLY $13.95 was trained in the techniques of't'
y Our Office Showroom and Plant
combat and survival, day and NewsLeaderI'hemes ,
night navigation and the use o1special All Nassau County
equipment all Jungle-eir I All In Fernandina Beach,

CHARCOAL lentated He was also taught to use 211):16)01261.:1'87) : ) /; : ;
GRILL CLEANER the quick hll.and-run tactics of the with Guarantees You Fast And
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GreaseBRIQUETTES guerrilla fighter, a type of mobile- -
Removes Rust & vital to a paratrooper's effectiveness .
10 Ib Bag I warfare Efficient Service
With Ease in bull) conventional Radio Dispatched Trucks
and unconventional warfare, DOZIER & GAYPAINTS

ONLY 29c qt. 77c The It->ear-old noldier enteredthe We A Full Line Of
Army In May 13 completed Carry AppliancesBy
basic training at Fort Gordon, Ga 24 Hour Service --....

and was stationed at Fort Btnnlng, FOR EVERY NEED To Suit Your Every Need
Ga., before arriving on Okinawathe
Western Auto following NovemberBates Qualified I Service Men

Is a 12 graduate of Sneads 'Best For The South'
attended thipola
High !School and
ASSOCIATE STORE Junior College In Marianna 0Shiell's And Delivery Men Suburban 661St.Meter ,

The dally world-wide publicationof Propane
WALTER D. SMITH, OwnerS. scientific papers would fill Grocery "LI 'liJBafi BUIPUBUJaj

seven complete sets of the Ency. 211 ATLANTIC AVE. Bottled or Bulk Gas Service
8th Street Phone 261-3233 clopedla Britannic, according to ,
PHONE 261-9033
the.iallonal: Aeronautics and
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".'lte Four Newn-Leodcr, Ternandina Heoch, Florida Thursdny\ April 2, 1004 Miss Griqgs and Mr. Davis Wed Friday Senior Citizens

Mrs. Lydia Conner To Be Presented At Spring FlowerArrangements ; Mlsi Linda Faye GrlflKs and Mr, Mr. Leslie .. QrlgRs, West MonrotI Can A Light, Modern Breakfast Dispense Meeting

I Kenneth S. Davis were united In oiilsinna.I I Is a ]11163 graduate of I For Easter Week

Piano In Sunday Afternoon Musicale I Made 1 marrisre the afternoon of Friday Northeast Louisiana State College, Be Adequate?
March 27. In the Warrlnulon/ Pres Monroe. I Due to many church activities

Mrs Lydia J. dinner will\ be city.A. At Magnolia Club byterlan Church of J>tonslroJa.I The bridegroom son of Rev. and daring the past week, the Senior

I native of Jacksonville. Mr 1 The Reverend Rulph W Davis Mrs Davis, Pennacola graduated : Citizens' Club dlspt'ued11lIh Usfirmiil
presented at the piano !In An aftcrn"on The early spring blooming atal.eas .
Jones studied piano extensively father of the bridegroom perform from Mississippi Stale University, I program last Thursday evening
muilcale 5.
Sunday April at dogwood, and Iris formed the "
three o'clock at 4146 Water Oak and for twelve years was on the 'renter attraction at the recent cd the ceremony, assisted by Hcvcrcnd Slarkvlllc, Mistlsklppl In Jtnuaryof I .
faculty of Jullllard School of Music. llruce Whlcman 14.Mr. .. \ Many members stopped by the
Lane. Jacksonville, at the itiullo or Ilimer arranging meeting of thoiMtfinolla '
Bon P. Jones, teacher of piano. ew'ork City He now hss a / Garden Club held In the The bride, daughter of ::111'1.Edna and Mrs Davis are presonllyi' I I Pecrcatlon Center after attending

A talented pianist and well known I studio of piano In Jacksonville. I home of Mrs. Al Bodlne, Mrs. Joe Fouler Grlgus, and (Ihe IntoWoman's employed as teachers In the Mat hematlcs -(j ... -; I church services to enjoy a social

lorallv' Mrs. Conner hns studied In Mrs. Conner has chosen a program Si ublts was eo.hostesa with Mrs Department of Fernandum I t_.' -' -_ ..... .Ao i I '" hour,
New York City. M the Universityof : I which will appeal to lovers Bodlno for the oneanlon.Mrs. 1.-------- --- Beach High School. ....-;.-':,;. ..i.-j t .... L :&. The next regular meeting 11'11bl.\ .'
of classical music, which she plavs | Present at the ceremonv were .," I .j hpld Thursday evening April II,
Puertn' Hleo and the University Al Schrantz chair. .
program Card .
of Flnrlrtn I from memory. Including, Suite No. nun, was In charge of the airung.Inii t the mother! of the bride, !Mrs.Grlggs ...;re ':tt..4 j.... at 7 p.m.

She In the dauBhlcr-ln-1aw ,of Mr' 6 E Major, Bach; Schcrio Bb Minor woikshop during uhlth mi'm- Party/Fashion Show I ; the family of tho bridegroom ..':C. ;
I Nocturne Op 15 No. 1. and Key. and !Mrs !Davla and ...,
and Mri Fred H. Connor of this bcri made of I Classifieds Pay Off
arrangements spilng Set For 22nd ..r' "J'I'
Prelude No. 10 C Minor, Chop. April
Sylvia and nay tnd Miss RutliC '
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Ititu'ers and oflrred!
mitfui'Slinns. >! -- ---
In: Preludes I. II. and HI lor Davis, the bridegroom's aunt. 't.I'
The workshop was a loll ow. Tlnns ore underway for the! I :
annual 1
Mrs. Rubv/ Pipkin Piano( Gershwin; and No 2 Toe. The couple traveled through
up to a previous Instruction program Fashion Shiw-Cnrd Party. :
I cala by Poulenc. southern Florida on their wedding
Feted At Surprise presented In February. Wrdl1e dIY'I'nlnll, April 22. spunsored ; HALFPRICESALE
i trip and will now be at home to
Mrs. Don Brown and Mrs. Fred
hv the philanthropic finance
Birthday Party :'Stacey Fouche Crisp Bond won door prices of petunia: I' cnmmlilcc! of the Woman's Club. i their friends at 267 South Fletcher
-Mm. Ruby Pipkin was honored j; Feted At Party plants Refreshments and a geranium of lime plant.thirbertI i' Mrs, Fnnklln Jones, chairman I i A venue.I .. !

Mnnriny with a stirprlie blrthdtvsupper 0n 1st (lean of the committee announced the Ella 11
| Birthday I with lavender decorated flow :i following as committee members: I Hardee Circle i
at the Gnlnenville home other
) / flukes milk bran muffins and butter
ercd takes were soncd by the I IhOAtessel. Orange juice corn
daughter' and son-in-law. Mr. Little Mlsi Stacey Fouche Crisp j I Mrs. D K. Sturgei. Mri. Joseph To Sew For Needy j a "Better real.hlitlol1lh"" breakfast,
and Mri. Ernie Nolan\ and children. celebrated her Slublti. Mrs. R L. Armstrong, TUSSY
Cindy Tom, and Robert.! first birthday at a Guests were introduced as !Mrs. Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper, Mrs. C B 'Babies In Africa I II A basic bicakfast, pattern has been developed! at a specific' famous
party Friday afternoon at the Paul! Sims and Mrs. Don Brown. Ingrain, Mrs. J. L. Malonc, Mrs. tool to encourage! better\ habits A basic ccicul uml milk
Also prencnt for the occasion home of her parents Mr. and 1111'11'I01"// brcakfist contains just live food!
Others present Included Mrs Bond Donald Ilimmclman. i iI I The Ella Hardee Circle of pattern ( commonly onion *-fnnt,
were' Mrs. Jeanrtte Jones and Mrs. DcWa>ne Crisp. Hostesses Mrs W. D I''In.I ] Methodist Church held Its cereal, milk, bread und butter her most people, morale!: iervInits > DEODORANTS
Mrs. W T.
Anderson, Mrs. Bixllne I Rodeffnr, Mri. J. P. Mrs. '
children David. Jnn John and ''were her mother, and ,'and- Ewlna of these foods supply one fourtli of tlie l.iy'g fond needs.
Terri!, and Mist Judy Pipkin. mol her. Mr*. Shiell Sheffield. Mrs. D. G. Uouers, Mrs. R. H.Cenck John..Roller, :\\IrR.... David Gatchcl. ':I I meeting In the Helen Phlnney Sun-. During the Iowa llrcnkfast Studies it was demonstrated Hint a
I day ?
Srhrwil PlAKKrnnm. with mem.bers I II .
Mrs T E. Michael Mrs. basic cereal and milk breakfast supply inn fuuitli of
ana Airs. James purgason, assisted -' one Die duy'acalories
An Caster them was used In H. R. Peterson, Jr., Mrs. Al Sch. by several members of the executlve I and one visitor i present t>The |i and protein is superior in niuintaininu and phjslcal -
Missionary To ,| lhe pastel! pink and blue decora. I ranlz Mrs. Joe Stublts. Mrs. Gil 1 board of the club. meeting opened with a prsyer by eflicicncy. In the late running( hours when coinpaied to
I lions and refreshment Vizcnrrondo, and Mrs. R. J. Welnaug { the chairman. !Mrs. Herb Bailey. larger or smaller moininK men Is. So, a liKht! modem, lucukfaht
Japan Soenks At > The party table under a pink Jr. "Fashions In Flight" the fashIons After the business meeting the I can be adequate as well I us, tumcnicnt.; : I und < us>' to
furnlfihpd hv T.vnn'i nrp.. prepare hen built on a "basic ecicjl and 'milk bicakfast pattern,
March WSCS Meet I ruffled was overlaid with chairman innounced that the circle
It was announced (tint the April ;
Shop, will' begin promptly ;ol 8--p.'m:
'I Better Breakfast Bran MufTms
a pale blue damask cloth. A pink meeting will be with Mrs. Wilier would be In charge of MFi
The Woman's Society of Chris. |jcoccnut "Bunny" cake, surrounded Mlcrzojowkkl nt her homo on North In the Woman's Club BUilding on suppers fur the month of April. 2 cups whole bun cereal 1 cup sifted! nil-pmposo.

tlan Service me) In March !In Par |with bright colored eggs, was 17lh Street. Mrs. Nancy SolxTt : Wednesday. April :22 I i Mrs. Gordon Butler:;: told of a let- I II Hi cups milk flour

I 1st h Hall of Memorl: Methodist! I j placed at each end of the table I 11be\ Ruest sprakef r for the ocleaslon. I I Homemade pie and cake vlll be 1 :ter she received telling: of f the need t 1> egg cup,molasses beaten Ji)atf" U 1 :teaspoon tcatipoon salt soda\ W -

Church Prior to the meet Inn a cof. I with a crystal punch bowl used asI I sold and drinks will bo IlIrnlhh..d.noor for baby clothes to be sent toAfrica. I
I lt( prlcs and card prl/cs will Soften cereal In milk and molasses about S minute*. Add ecu J ;
fee was prepared by the Edith the centerpiece. Pastel balloons It was decided to set aside I >
itir well.l Sift together flour soda, and suit. Stir t dry InurcdirniH
Flood Circle. I were hung from pink rulfled'streamers Mrs. J. J. G. Cooper I be will awarded.he The: donation::JI cf $100 Tuesday, April 7 iUIo the circle to I II Into bran mixture just until: i thy ingredients I : urc momliMicd t : I, Kill
After an opening prayer by the 'i Decorated bunny and applied to the phihnlhropiccommittee :J meet In Parish I and help mukei greased medium size muffin pans, 2'gxIU\' inches, about 'n full. ; CREAM ROLL-ON STICK
president Mrs B. F. Dickens Mlsi chicken cookies were served with Hostess For' Silver for the annual denial i i,I baby clothei. I Bake In hot oven ((400 F) until done, about 12 minutes, Mild:

Elizabeth Hovvell. missionary to I I cake and fruit punch and each } clinic. It was reported! that no word had "l'/i dozen mulPms. I P.f II...

girls school In Japan was Introduced little guest received an Easter I Tea Planning Meet Tickets may be purchased from :' been received on the medicine --- .

by Mrs. Eldrldue Portln basket filled with eggs und chocolate any member cf, thc> committee, or pocked and shipped to Africa .
I Mm, J. J, G. Cooper held! a meetIng from (Iho ticket chairman .
bunnies.I Mrs. CB The meeting closed with a bene
Mils; How ell spoke on the work
of her! committee to dlicuss I I i
done by the Christian churchei ,I Enjoying the afternoon with tho I and plan the Silver Tea to be held' BREAKFAST BY THE SEA Crcsm smoothes on, sluorblquiilly
honoree and hostesses Vsnce
(collectively called United C.lurchof : were Sunelav. April 12 for the benefit of -
Christ) In Japan. She said there : and Paulette Plckvtt, Jeff and the historical Downes Pilot House; I... ihoik: pcr-iiruli| .

were 1500 Christian churches there, Joy Herring Ben and Fred Guest, I opening. Mrs. Will/am/ Selbcrt conducted I Ingram.PERSONAL and lianlili underarm oilur.HullOn .

but; all had small 1 membership* i Cheryl Edwards, Master' Chip the meeting and announcedshe II IIMils rzkJanla j
Jh quiiUy,
For each Christian Japan has 199 I Ilolton Mrs. Charles Hollon, Mrs. will have an exhibit In relation : at rovers com
plrlvly to rlieik jiertpirnlion'
non-Christians. She then gave a Vernun Plckett, Mrs. Charles Edwards In Captain Downrs. There will also I

short history of Christianity In Mrs. John Guest Mrs be an exhibit of artifacts from Old : Judy Pipkin spent Easter and lianii-li underarm oilor.Sll .
Japan.) Herbert Herring and Mlsi Dorothy Town. weekend In Gainesville! with her I Mrs. S. D. Matthews and herdaughter. Travelers on the Buccaneer Trail .
k U 'forlified wilh HIMtlilnrophrne ,, .
Jean Plckl'lt.Stork. Mri. W, -
L. Miller, and
Mrs. Dickens I sister Mrs, Ernie Nolan, and family.
thanked Miss How. The Tea Is to be held In Dr. I
children, weekend will find a cheery atmosphere and kill oJorfauiJtlug
Easter In
ell for her visit to the Society, af.tcr and Mrs. Cecil Brewton's home on I spent l 10
which the business meeting Atlantic Avenue from 3:30: to 8:00: I [tVmapolis, Alabama with the form a pleasant setting for the morning liaiU'riu.
was held. Club .m. !Mrs. GricC/! Tompklnson of New er'i son-in-law and daughter, Mr.

.-- .,. - .- p The Calling Committee consists I' York City Is the guest of Mrs. and Mrs Gleason Ward. meal I

of Mrn. J. Bartels, Mrs. C B. Everett Mlrcll. Mrs. Tcmpkini>on. SERVED FROM: 5:30: ( A.M. TO 10:00 A.M. I Save $3.00 on Cream
Mr. and !Mrs\ Douglas 0. Fink :
JOHN E. ( Jock) Recent arrivals at Humphreys widow of the late Rev Harold
Brewton. Mrs. W. A. Davis Mri Deodorant 6-Packl
and two children. J Dennis and! Bar.
Memorial Hospital: Timpliliison, former pal h|tor ol the JUST NOrtTH OF THE CATERING TO GOLFER* I
E. Elvln, Mrs. William Galphln.
A daughter Sarah Margaret, First t Presbyterian Church here, ,bara, former residents now residing OCEAN HSHINli PIER AND FISHERMEN:
MATTHEWS Mrs. 1. W. Hardee, Jr., Mrs. F. H.
born March U to Maude and Benjamin will be velcomed! by many formcr in Watervllle Maine, are greet. | AM! D THEFERNANDINA Golfers Will Kind Our WAASDRUG
Hoblen Mrs. Wm. Selbert and Mrs. Hearty
.Best Qualified For Freeman of 606 South Bin It I acquaintances and frlrmU.Mrs. 1 Ing their many Irlends here this BEACH Brcaklasls A Happy Approae'.i;.
Governor R M. White. Mrs. Marvin
I A ton, Charles Rodney born Sawyer I week while guests of Mr. and Mrs. GOLF COUR E To The First Tee.
l and Mrs. R. M. White are In chiirgcof i IHWayno II, W Fishier. | O\: THE OCEAN SIDE Fishermen
by l'aI : March 16 to Juanlta and Robert Crisp. diiiKhlcr I : Bring Us Your STORE
Aulhorlud ;
camll i Mt Swain, Clinch Drive flower! arrangements. I Stacey, unit mother, Mrs. Shiell OK S. JLETUIER AVE. Early Morning Catch And
.- .. -- ._ Cookies and sandwiches being Mrs Frelda Gordon and children Well Propaie To
--- arc 5Ill'Hleld.11I! snend the weekend I LUNCHEONS: BY iour Own
.1 furnished by members of the I Hn Orluniln end Winter Purk \\Ilh Jenifer and Owen of, Sin Anlonlo Taste
General Duncin Lamont Clinch I relative Texas, are licie fur an extended : Fork 1 Sale
visit with her parents Mr. : WEITMANFeirmndina: MORGAN, Manager
Historical Society! of Amelia Ihlund '
: I i
"\ Historical Society members ami Mrs. Ruby Pipkin and Mrs\ 'and Mrs Virgil llnmm They I i IJeach Florida April 9-18
i plan to return home About April
their invited gursM will be pres- Jcmmc'tlc Jones and children, I I : : : :
rut at this aHalr.I : David Jan, John and Terrl, spent 9. '
: McKendree I
I Historical Society members are' Monday in GahU'hlIIel'lIh Mr. Mr, and Mrs. D, O. Oxley pl'nll
I urged by Mrs. Nancy Selbcrt, to ,I mid Mrs. Grille Mlxs Judy Raster weekend In Covlngton Ga.

Kight return their cook book recipe Pipkin returned home with them with their inn-ln-law and daughter

bliinks la her at Lewcllcn's by I I alter a 'nnkcnd visit.Mr Rev and Mrs. W G. Griffin A. S. ALLAN'SATLANTIC

May 10. Mr Oxlev returned home Sunday I
I Bud Mrs. Ribert. Hiley of
| leaving Mrs. Oxlcy until alter the
BEAUTICIAN New Yoik City were guests of Mrs.S AVE.
I II 'nirlvi! of tlielr expected !grandchild
I 6 10 I S. Holmes anil her d.iuulilcr: .
I Momluy: Hot sliced roast beef, '[' Mrs Ellse: Ln Tulllc over the l Kasler !

Now Associated I mashed potatoes WI brown /iiravy, wcekc-nd. 1 Mr. and Mri. J B Work and

buttered spinach, biscuits ami but.ler i children of Clearwater formerlyof
'. apple ''it pint milk. ;I Mr. and Mri. lleibcrt \ Jenkins this city spent Easier weekend
With Tuesday; Tuna croquettes, RcnIloped und RfJlIH Circg; and Kirk of Kllabcthlrwn : I hl're'llh friends.
KI'lIhll'ky'rt' house
tDmalocs kernel corn, '
Buc'slt ulIn.: Mabli1 Millun durIng Mr. and Mrs. Vrrnon Picket!
carrot sticks, rolls and butter lime '
/ Raster.Mr. : and children, Vance and Paillette
BEACH Jc-llo. Hlrau berry coke. '
h'll Friday nli'ht to spend Easier
Wodnewhy: Scout stew, steamed and Mil. Waller Fellows
In Spurlanbura, S. C. with her
ATLANTIC AVKNTK AT 11TH STREET ri butler, citrus fruit broil nle. ;, Mis. Unix'1.1 Dmiil.Hs. Ilio Fel-
For Appointment Call 261-5235 Mrs, W, O' Gosnrll and family
= 'j pint milk. i low's are lirni hast; Point, GcorMrs. I Mr.; Plckclt: returned Jl i home: Sun.:
-- Thursday: Tnrkfy w/ dreaslna. :, gla.
d iv. Il'al'lnhis/ family for a I
KlnlH ttravy. ('cianncrry sauce, stuffed | week's visit.Mr. .
ic'lcry w/ peanut butter candled G M MeNiitl. Jr. and AIm

yams rolls and bntler, b.utiina 'larAhal'ere Faster: jjursU ufMrs. i and MM. Jimmy Roland ofOiola

F. B. S. T. F. pudding, pint milk. : Uiibaiu Pvnn and Liuiie were hero for Easter \\'t'l'k'l,
sulud sandwich dill unit I'urk." The McNuiM:;
Frld.iy: Kgg are end with\ her parents, Mr. and
pit klt'R. bnked beius tossed KiiUIupplc iroin Coral GIlIlI s. I Mrs. Donald Laundress and sinter.Donna. .
SPRING TIME FOLLIES DANCE sauce, chocolate: chip cookioi I i
'/ pint milk.Cooper's. Miss Mury Thomp.nnlDR h-me I II
-- ---.. -- --. from Stetson. to spend Easier huh. | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pulettl and ,
Suiurdoy April 11 days with her parents, Mr. and children r'lurnprifoRttay! from a.weeks

Mrs. J. U. Thompson.Mr visit In Siranlon, Pcnna 'I
Laundry ''with relatives and friends. I II
1111'. and ::111" C. S. Murray 01FdlKhm I :

TEN ACRES : 11ollntl.: S. C'. h.rt Tllt'Adoyall'r Mr. and :Mm. Butch Melts and

Coin-Operated \ RIIt'lIthll" lilt' EOHh'r hllilell'sIIlIh daughter Hoik*, who have recent1Iv i

11"lr dilutlhh'r 1111<1 ..unIII.I.lw.PI' moved to Tirton, Ga to make.

!9:30) ::: P.:\f. TIL 1:30:: A.M.: Laundry and Dry 8Iul11'1.: J. 1.Irlllun anlllall1lly llmir Imme. -sprnt the weekendheic

: with their parents Mi*, and
:.vrsic IIY Cleaning I
Mrs. W F.. :Moru and :\11'. and
and :\1 Allen L\le and I
fl. (
: MAX SIRMAN'S ORCHESTRA Mrs.! Doris Howard, children Bobby, Kathy, Wanda and :Mrs E. D Mi-Its.

: PRETTY LEfiS: CONTEST DANCE: CONTEST Manager Duel (if lp.i) Lotka und Mr. and :Miss Dee Anna Asklns was here''
Mrs Charlie Anderson and win Ir.m<: Gainesville to spend Easter
?pinsord: by KAC M.OO Per Couple llth & Reech Streets Jai'iib. ol Jacksonville Bcnich wire weekend with her parents, Mr'iml .

Kueils iif :Mr. and Mrs. ,\. F Mrs. T. H. Asklns. Miss Ask.
---- Umu'ti for the Easter weekend. staff at J. '
- --- ----- Ins Is on the nursing
Ilillis Miller Medical Center at the
Mrs. Ruth Brown, Chamber of .
NOW SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER Commerce secretary and her sis. University of Florida.Mr ,

h'rIrs.:\ George Hill returned : and :Mri.\ Buddy HoRg! were

DAILY SPECIAL Saturday bv Jrt plane from San In I'ensaeeloa' the first part of the

Framlsio, Calif. where \they spent week 10lslt their daughter./ An.
thiw Heik* IIIIIt the former's on- nette

ill-law und lI.tlllhll'rIr.: : and :Mrs
Lunch 97 c. Dinner H. A. Youim and daIlJlhh'rR. Llssa Setae I/all'rlfor sitnnj.y; .

und Lnun: 111..... Young who un.derwini A.
Smolsey Say*: Scoop neck and bare-armed stripe

Choice of Meat 3 Fresh Vegetables All Home Cooked er'sisil..Mirgi-rv I It repelled d.uing doing her nicely moth. pullover in cotton knit crepe, $3.00

worn with cuffed cotton gabardine
: Allen Hunt, presently doing eraduatu "Snuggie"short
Deviled Crabs A Specialty Murk at Ceiiriila State College $3.00 I

in Atlanta and probation ol fleer B. "Carnival" cotton crepe knit 4-tone
: Olm fur Fiiltun County is upendina several
SECRET RECIPE stripe pullover with
djvs this week with\ his par. oval neckline, $3.00

I'nli.Ir.: unit<1 Mrs. H. C. Hunt worn with popular 15" shorts

Home Made Chili .While, here Mr Hunt addrcised, the! in cotton gabardine, $4.00 A
Wednesday luncheon meeting of

: FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE Rotary tint). He will return to Atlunta C. Check pattern scoop neck sleeveless

SumluvMr pullover in cotton mesh knit, $3.00
: OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7:30: A.M. TO 11:00: P.M. with cotton
nnil :Mrs\ J. A Beard and gabardine "Smoothie" ir

: (children Vl.irla. llrenda and Jerry Jamaica, $4,00

Golden Sands Restaurant spent Easier In Iron City,
Go with MI'!!. Utard's father, W
K. M.ntin Jimmy Beard and his

ON THE OCEANFRONT fiuneee, hAS h.vlvla 1'ixile!, studrnlsnt Our forests rl!.. .. so ssieh- C tt,

Florida Slate University. Joined all tjp.. af f "it recreation!
the family fur a reunion Sunday ,
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t plants that rotten go ininppitimud' N \v - --' -
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adding any Interetllnn! farm about I It -

TheGarden t them that we ean The pltto ponim( I I Preparing' a SATURN; V rocket

family looms to have quite a few Junior High-Lights for pace explornllon will wqulre"

&\ virtue, The locally grown shrub I fueling pumps if a capacity\ of

Basket In boll lit green and variegated l in000 gallons per minute \tt loud

.' forms Is Plttoftporum tnblra, a na BY cinonv BRFFHFVHowdvt I the liquid oxygen In the ri cket'aennrmaus
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i live of China and Japan It In list > tanks The John F Kennedy
SC FIELD td In Professor McElweei' bulletin, and Trail shown before !the meet, Spare Center, NASA; will
The FTA1'11I
a carwash
Landscaping Florida Home," tinder InK, Vnmins dub memhtrt nlsn employ the nt the newSh'rritt
How wonderful that this year and seems Just the right touch to | large shrubs I ito 59 feel; with!:: ; this Saturday at the flip displayed pnlnllnss, ceraniidl, pump
Island I-1' rich 'l.iumhimshe
Easter and the height of the blooming bind the varied window flowers Into Ithe| following eharacterlsllon: will station from 10 ((10 kinllinn. criMlielini:. embrulelery,

season of the spring flowering a unified whole We were reminded grow In any soil and In sun, or tn 3 00, The prim ,I u id 1II'dll'I'ollll e .

ihrubs came together! It has been of a statement made In a I shade, In moderately! tolerant ef will' ho $1101 I for'i,, St'r1111 n/ on tin hostel" commit

quite a topic of convention, book on flower arranging, The author -I salt spray, In useful for lirdccs, corn nnd 11251! I toe leu thin inuiliiK WIIP Chnir,

One of the flowering nhriihn most devotes a half page illustration screens, or base plantings It In C for whllenlMSo : man Mm, II F I shin: ,Ir, ('0,

enjoyed by (host attending the to a dinner table decoration usually propagated by snll\uiort Z ; If your oar cliaiimin Mm? II It, loekuonelMr JOHN E, ( Jack )
featuring It with the addition ofle'l'ral cut tines, It also ran/ be air-layer.! a
n'rllsit( good I .
Fplstopal Church on Foster was S I', !si('.. ;111'1.i ,ir, Sirs, ,Isrp MATTHEWS'
the white roses, and under thepicture ed Many plttnspnrum varieties( ore s e r ii h hlnj/ ,"
locally !
eommnn plltn >ruin In
pi >h Sliibils, Miv I II, K. Siuriscks,
she writes, 'Whoever has native to Auotralla and New Zrnl.| faring It in' dimn'! :
\lu blossoming\ varkgitPri/ bushes form tit ,It outside The huge a variegated' plttosporum bush need and one bearing the commi n none I Tni ire ( pthnkolcir! ,short pictured above, "Dine( >'Innd After II will' hp ni'; ip- I :Mrs, \ I K Tiplin/ Mrs J, I II Wil. Host t (Jinlified! : Pur Governor:

church] doors !filled the air with the an never be without living decoration cir Australian Laurel Mr rdlnMennineer ,, Durk. procliciil: hy l> Wall Disney", will he shown at the I .. l'i| elnled': 1 Rhirhs. It, lUiiu'. :Mi-,, II, |D, Alllh..rll. h, t' "I) in' Twn. ,iff

enchanting fragrance and bore no for an unexpected event' of Sluirt". Mildai I Han 'Jheitre: I'ruin. unit Saturday\ : April ::1 I And I, We were' all RO sorry In hear \that: White-' Paid Pool AIY

evidence that arrrmul had bun An many of you must have not 'flowering tree man, lists sover. Lee Key, l II net"loii'.lv III with I r

snipped to use as foliage for the ''rd. from time to time we like to al pittonporumn, other than t loliiiavMch ?! Fneephalllls: We nil hope IIP will' hp '

flower docked windows Inside Jt! fill the GARDEN BASKET( with might be grown In Flciilda, well soon and hack/ nl sihoolp! I

Is used for this purpose the virtues of our more common ones which withstand !temperaturesof miss him, I Does .
jJCW5 jOtC5} --
year your
- - --.- from twenty to 1\I'l'nly.fl,1' d(- I The Library Club t Is scheduled to I II
. tree! Some have brl'nlrl1'n/ In ,I car wander I
have a ml'l'lInll1rxt wish to din .
Florida, though rarely, and more The nnntnl 1 >'ule-e* loni Bnr-B.Q I Is set for ((1 p m Sntunlay ; rune (fit I) library Party 121 how torenirnn.p ? i I
often are grown In California, You April II at the Slate Line pink on U, S, 17. Adults,\ 'lIhl'orY"1 or weave

Ilan TheatrePhone may pronounce the name us pit.I $150 and children, $,73. Public Invited Bye-Bye: Birdies'the\ '! Inlnlnr : Pull to left ". I

TOS.porum oar plltos.PO.rum, the if T5r I ,:
--- ?
or right
first prnmmrlntlein given as prefer Parents of 7th and 8th grndori, to mot April 1, nt Bp SAFETY
261.4810 able by the! best plant: enr 'tll1pl'd. .m, In Die ,Ir, h-Flpinentarv rate'leirliini, as part nl : Ad Valorem If so, you
C E. Reach
Mgr._ las, Parents I-capue The public Is hulled to attend

The beautiful azalea bloom we 'ftft need OUR. .. SERVICE

FRIDAY I are privileged to have In the spring Thursday tonight I (Continued from Page One) i iI
& SATURDAYAPRIL Cub Seoul Puck 171 will meet nt 7:19:

I doesn t deserve the thoughtless p m, In the Hcc Center game room hllltlM of mieh Innd and, property :
3 & 4 manner In which we use It. We re- I
0 In Nassau '
for, of course, to the pnble'im ol
Friday 7:30: Saturday 2:30 & 7JO: I color combinations, The arnica A SdiitmistiiH: Iliiinullable rtlll In' hold nl 710,: p,m. : 3l:> :to foster; eeimtililp: : spread\ ,
I tonight In \the Ree Cenlcr Conference Himm among I all clllnns of tin hx hasp ,:
teems to present a greater! color
I land seiiirios cf tnxp leeinireel fur
"Disneyland After Dark"TECHNICOLOR problem than other blooming plants i '* A I
we grow due to the fact that t the The NiMni' District Roy Scouts will In Id the April the operation* el"I lical Rovern-

I complete coverage of the plint (':1111'1 of lien"' r ruivhv, April 7 at 8 p m. nl the Jr, IIi,. I mint, public RilneN and, ulhrrl II (
I 'public services by law'
El:1)'lIlnt'y Sih ml
silk\' blossoms actually blots emU : ( iitliiilumA I nm ,
I yvThP depend" on runt/ fix levies fur. heir I V Reduces Tire Wear
nil noftenlng\ foliage, and nine \lei II J JoJ
Friday 8l': :) Saturday :1:1: *> & 8l$ I: the intensity! of many azalea celnrs ,Ii. III 1'.TA, will\ hold a ear wish nl HIP fire sli. :eipcrillna funds: ,
Often wrong color faiills In land. Shun this Sal in d! iv trom 10 n,m. to 3 p m, I 4)) to curb waste and extra)" '

'Misadventures of Merlin scaping/ azaleas are not antcipat.rd '* ft VAKimep In am'eminent n* a Improves Steering

Jones"TECHNICOLOR : we want all varieties flint, then\ noRlslrillnn li art for the Little and Senior Ix-nqup means/ to cenlrnl' the, IIIJ.II.h'lllIlIl/) I

proceed to misuse them, net btlnft Atop it 4, Siiluielij' nl 10 am, bihlnd HIP Hie (inler mid ut trend eif taxes: J Increases Driving l' j:

able to visualize In advance (the exact :he city nil) Park for the two' IcaMU\ rtspullvdy! 5)) Id foster sound, fiscal pull
effect we are going to net. A ft I elms and prucllecs nl nil levels olBovcrnmcnt Safety \

SUNDAY & MONDAYAPRIL few of the following observations The Cain Club Ii to best the Duvnl Numlsmnllc Seielelv : and, encourage/ fiscal I
might speed up the trial and error Monday evening at the nee, Center, Thl're111 be a coin solvency! and limitation of ,public

5 & (6 method, Of course, the most glnr. auetion and display open to the public from! 7:30: to 10 pm, ([debts cnmupnsiirate with the pub

I Ing mistake U In the use of the |Ille need an<1,liieiie> sllvft :

Sunday 2:30: & 7:10:: i Monday 7:30"Man's : really beautiful and luxuriant for. --- -- -- -- --- --- ----- I ) tn foster, rnrniirflffn nnripromote
I I mORa variety One must 1 cater to I : qi Interest i--IP I
n nnn partisan
really a wry Intense white, The ; marks well( even when plaeed In s'
off shade hue of red, \lo.
Favorite Sport"ROCK II1I lovely variegated, George L, Tuber azalea and oludv of I IIP business and fin.
let, which despite Its beauty Is not the mil tn mark bulb varieties, I
cat actlvllln! cif local mid state
with a very pile tint of the S r Ice ( Precision Alignment on ,
HUDSON) PAULA PREMISS la color which blends easily with same hue ns the firmosa Is lire This may he n year fur pemdery Rovernnic'nl al'nc'lpK!! as slosh lie k

TECHNICOLOR many other colors Our worst of. perfect Irnnsillein 'en the formosa mildew (in crnpe myrlle-n, rlnnlns, .tivllles may nffeil, the taxpayers E rte Our VisuallnerH

I ffnse with It Is to plant It against ; and l white::i; :and::;:t;bilween the- 1 and certain roses. We have nolle'eel''Illf (his Cftunly, and by oemprralliin'

brick houses, most of which fall In I foimoKa and mllll t of Ihl' It HIP I with such auenclp strive tn nM.I '
---- the orange-red group of hues, 01. ( I pinks on now growth of erape mv- ,. what we do: .
hunt t mUfct: ilhcr pale linlul a/- riles, It, of course, reqiiiics lmmi. I Idlalc silt In lucre'nslnu the cfllelenev '
ten we see that someone has mix. alias as penremakcn too, I allenllein, for mice the )leave) and (Ice'nosing, the cost of public i 11
ed while azaleas with It as a trial I I service Correct caster
Fortunnlely anlens may be arc marred (there Is no improving ;
remedy This often falls because tt Only I
i y moved while bloom I us, no we ran their appearance' one tan onlv 71> to cooperate with mnnlclpal .
results In
frequently a very spotty
hide our mlslilus iiulikly- They 1 spray or dust to prevent the damage I county and stale toning aulh
fffeet wllhniit eliminating/ the im- camber
2 Correct
clash between the reel.violet have ShAllow routs and tan cosily from npreacllnu, One can dull t 01'Itle's and lax spooling 1I1I1'11I'1r

MONEY pleasing flower and the oranRo-red! be lifted fi"in me hiimusy spot to with sulphur or cattily eihlain a tiinl- I by pioviilinu re'si'are'h. nnalvsh re'

nniilher mid well mulched, If niovIng able commercial lunijelilo: I Easiest and plnnninR nsHlslanee In the
tricks People who( live In brick toe-in
hem( Is delayed, until new and quickest, ol all, we can reach i fields! of' Inxnllen and expendllure: 3 Correct -
houses would best forego the use
growth IH tea Mr along, why not for mir rose dust or which I II 50 the of
FOR TAXES or the formosa variety in foundation spiny 81 to fosler an Infoimccl pub major cause
planting: In fact, people) In tag them as In colir,, and pi in to I, praelleally always ceinlnlns a pie.vonllve lie' opinion mud eneouraup nspinslblo abnormal tire
move thi,'m al the ginning of the for mllele,' wear-
brick houses should actually test w If caught: at the ,, 1'1111.1'11 coniern" with respect'\
color of azalea against It before next n/ilia heatin' Did you ever wry i start pick- eilf the diseased!! Ito the pi'nil lees and pi helm nlKovcrnmenlnl I 6
risking extensive plnntinns Sty making Inexpensive" labels! Irom i'leaven and sums, fur tiny ean IM nmneles! as the'v I Any

r Owners of white homes should the Aluminum till cemlnlners thil\ 0111I'1' hum to the plnnt than good, may/ nlfiet I Uxnlien and flseaspe 4 Inspect tighten,

A Quick SolutionTo realize that the use of white araltas frozen cakes and pies come in Thin Which the plants, for repeated 'ruling of public funds by ( overnmenlal AmCatai Adjust steering
mutcrl hllltis> ordinary pencilHappenings ''prevention Is often
A Pressing Problem next lo It can really show up .
the least delay In a paint Job A i 9i and to rie all and everything

green background, natures color' ''n.'qRIII'Y. sullablc and pioper for

Our tax,loan plan Is geared to modern requirements, ServIceIs enhances the beauty of any azalea Around YuleeBY I the neenmpllsliment" of any of' the Just
fast and the payment terms are easy on your pocketbook. If while Is added In a pi intlim be 'purposes or tlio ulliilnmenl cif any say "Charge months to pay!

sure that It and the Intense colors !of HIP oblicln or HIP fin I he'raneecf

ere used In unequal amounts or ANDY MEAD any ef the powers herein before 1 1k

that there Is an expnnse of greenor I set fin/ 'Hi,
Tlu filler SIh'llIl I
IliRh hiselmll
/ I Spr-Kliolll Supper this month' It
leant up I I to *600 a trannltlem color In between .I I learn liael lt.. lirst game Tiicsdiy, will he' on April 17 and! llekels- will ,I IKo 1 Prior, to I he fnrimil pi'on' mime I
The pale tinted varieties arc most mlie'r wore' served IIII/ e ffe'eHoiil .
'and ill first I defeatVe! had' Justpracticed e in Mil- seen I II I I
useful In effecting a transition bo.twccn i :: ; iirrant'pme! 'nts' of spring,'
G.A.C. FINANCE their more Intense colored i about fl days su wo were I have barn asked nt Oils lime flowers' were mode hv Mrs J icSloliils wYn
no match for HIP satiation team, 1': ;
I I lei bring you up to dale on Hume eif to clccorule' I I he' hull I : Al I
Inters, Including while, for It Is They beat us 14.0; en their field,, I I
lhe rlubs In school, ,
CORPORATION the' r"'f' hnll'nl ti blc ove'rlnlel I

PAYMENTS 905 I I ri I1.Thr hnys(Ihl' team win' The \'11)1) 'e SI idi'nl Council h.istli with:; a while\ Army"Navy bund; ; : I
H'H Time To Think i mueli" luce/ cloth t Mrs I II' II I, While
.llf' rnlhrr uill I lhi Al fluiblnninu .
YOU Gtr Z4 MONTHS 20 MONTHS II MONTHS U MONT'" Storing Winter Garments: i Strickland II ,n g 1'irrvJlivnnl e 1'1 I ( ; eif, the yrnr:+; year Hie i; Cuunrll;; ;: /mid Mm !Itibeil I'lilnncy priielliilHie I
S 7500 1 .5,06 S .5..7 1 7,55 ,
v mectlnii wan lull-not by If
DRY CLEANING 9eTooett, save a buck Hop wherethey said
160,00 1 9..9 10,79 I 11.67 I 16,11 Preside )l J C )Ironed I Irwho I
[ Tucker H Hornet pins|) and had a Hi mteonmiK tR'o i
I I I v : : ; ;:
Y, d Mis, ), d
.25 00 2486 28,3 3069 .2.51J SPECIAL tuns, La mar y in e'n and dunce, They alHo arrinuiel tin in 'r In I
60000 3139 39,34 .41,66 .59,3 < the HoniiceimlMK I'/lrlllil'| Hiwers' ,', 11I"'RI'IIII'dhl'\ dr'vn.l i
$1 For 8 Ibs. I Dixon, Run kel'en / "
lion on Prjve'r. She ininli" neel
the \'llh'l' MIA. I
thupler In now
4 DulUU rinltI ,
308 Atlantic Avenue Month of April Only I iieilel Jnnea proudly I wearing! their pum. This Is I, HIP VII I 11(' eif s'lf rviilunllein/ stress.
InU her Iltllllt! In I ho ntlliiK/ of anappripiliile' '
the' first huve
ASKINS and myse'll Mivbf uller piielieewe year they urdereelpins
Fdrncmdlnci Beach, ftdrlda 'm hyIII /
/ peie iitmnymems '
'II In better, fur their oroup March 25. (tin1t
Telephone 261-311 LAUNDROMAT '.IIA. ci Hi'etui meimy fir the1 pad' '.

South Sth Street The S"phlllnllre| 11:IHH IH pi mull u Ship Ilipe, It won' a bin nnecesn, I Den (" IHns, director of I
Omit Court Doily S 5: Wednesday i Saturday' Hi OPEN: 21 HOrUS; A nAY ut (lie First Ilnplist (hurch mIlKII'// \\'. i. m:HOSI:, Msn! ; :\u'fL\: I.I N AN nMTut,

ALSO FIVI CONViNIINT O' ICIS IN JACKSONVIUI 5th & 6th Grade Fun ('lub, especially Site Human,, then Inlrcelucpd and. IN IHi' : I'Si; 01 01)('It MOD!' UN ,\M U 1'F"'Il'IE: I

Tie: Tae Tnp," I by Mrs, A. L, Me'Innls, music : 'USIINCJ: : KJUII'MLM::

Hive"' fun! See you nextweek' chairman as he Rang "The LivliiMf.
[ Fun Club News. d,"
II __ I ,+1
Mrs 11",1. Maxwell and Mrs, C

I BY I SALLY JOIIVSONHI' Appropriation to Bring i M fovell were rccounl/cd, for the I 10"; '

I Pear' Corps to H INHIWASHINGTON. part they plavrd, In reprcsenllnii

ARE YOULOOKING 1 :Mr, IJpSinelro was net here ]last! : Preslflent John. / the Woman ( IlihIt there'e"e'nl

week air "o"n"y anel Mr Sick :Inns ulimed Into' law a hill nulhurlz! distrlet 4 Art mid (rufl and (Fosh NEW TREADS
r *e Ion Show held. In JmksonvlllcMis
# wore our heist lug n fill.million appropriation tut I II
I. 'II than eeinilplncp .
In Ills absence. I ove won '
finum Ihr
I ( al Irvrl
r ono a urps a
; awards 'for her
I I : t Vc thank them ''of 14OH) vnlunleerj IhroiiKh the eeruomrsentries.
? or an cnjiiyublpMe of lira Mrs. MiiHwcll meielelnl. a
; J
z } imp Thin would involve an Increase' eh'ess she bud male, In tin fislilunp WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE ;;

j dnneeel/ the I n'Hem ef the show,,
or' 1WI memberil over the number I NARROW OR WIDE DESIGN'TUBELESS OR TUBE-TYPE
nuple H u n n )' expeeled' to be In the field nextnumrne I Daring HIP course of (he hush
Inp which In HI'Nsion the ( offieern .
a ness following new
Y' r I 4 FOR .
'rent favorite we' 'IP nomlnuleel'' and diet( ,

IF YOUR PROBLEMS ARE: "1 if; MIC'hi.Ic Malone/ eel: Mrs. I I.. !K Sellers, presldi" ': '

'P .. a illSI Illhitor.. Chl Mrs. (eell ft, Hill, ,lit, vice "pris
I j.ei l it wan nice I having" her, We Idem: Mri !S II 1 Dnvls, 2nd vlee

a. SERVII\'G: OR REPAIRING: OF GS; FQt IPMFAT lope:; she hoot a Lund' :time. BUY A U.S. SAVINGS I preside: :' ; Mrs, W. T Mler/f'|ew: :1 4949
I Wvehe Hrvec came fur the first M .ltd else preslelenl I j: Mrs Wnlter
l h. KUNNINO OUT OP. HOT WVTCK AM STILL PAYING HIGH; PRICK 'tune last 1 lllllv,' \Ve he pe- he' willIconic eON! AND K PFAITH J, "Prcslem, 41 h vice prcnl. ( :
bark, this "I' 'k. I dent;: Mrs. foul Slewurt, record.. \ :
S" me'lime' ul! the Fun (lull I hog ciliary: Mrs J. II While, \

ESTIMATE; 0V HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM: I 'rs ure given: a chinec tn do solei SOMBTIME8- THtVOUAROI WONDBRAS Jr. 'III'r""IIIInlllnll secretary: and Plus ta. and 4 trade-in tires :

f. UNSATISFACTORY HEATING SYSTEM J I <1 me'en, none, ale LaM week Jiff GUii EOOMIF Mrs W, C Owens, Ire .url'r, iru d 1-aJ_ iu:1CV!//i/rAiL.wl/ < iI14\! uu !,:,q :!l/lL_

Lloyd luna a sundry Hong and I ANYBODY CARS I ThP fnlleiwlnit.. new mtmhir ::1] Out New Trmult, iJenliflid ky Mtdalllon and hop mark art
I lang everul sings: also : wire welcomed i to Wmans dub ,
Could Solved Just 225-5146 I 1 GUARANTIED
Your Problem Be By Dialing
I For all win elei nut ulrcaely know, I as a result of a membership c'of. t, Ainlnil dufWti In wurkmin.hip nuUrlito. duHm llf.of trod
the Fun (lib IH every Friday if.Ic fee given al the home of Mrs II ( 2, A.n", M''O''trail h>.; ..." .norms. .....I... 1o p.Ddun, .n......

I If No Answer Dial 225-5207 'rimem from 3II::! to :S I 00 p m, ,J, Alhscn Jr, March III: Mrs I I.It I.. KOI Wool lnr.muiU u..v.rydop proruM o r.m..rloreO n Cr..J woe sad our 1 Id l i..W, "',;:'i"1 ptlMl Samson

If yon hive'n'I hren rnmliiR lei the i Key 'iVivinni.I Mrs. (nrl Tali'eniSallyi aI Limt <,

Fun I Club nnd want t to know what !Mrs. Mm W Wllll.ims 1m 'm n--fIT'r I' m rogmr

yeiure' missing, read I the !enmmc-nl ; Sr i 1IlIhy i, Mn William T Wa ii -
Gas Co. .
Good Housekeeping ''or some of till: me'mix'rn be'low: i Iltelly,. Mrs. Hives B. Alversin'

I WYtll: : lilUI( :: "If you want i Jo mi I, Mis Joyun lie'aslcy, Mrs

tn have fun, come la the Fun Club." I William' Oliver Jr, iltosanmiMr I w

YULEE, FLORIDA I GAIL GAUIIIV: 'I like the *, Thomas Meirthey ''Orrtruelc Tirttont
darning anti the famei and It'I a Mrs A, B. Grnre il. iurai.I Mrs w
I whole! bunch of run" I Y Paul L, Sims (Maxlnei, and Mrs w
I : BFvrnLY: Bnrwrnwell: I'm ln f. F May I Luna i, .

shy but 1 think Fun Club Ii a good Mist Ruth Bryant representing :

Additional I Services Rendered : Fail, Efficient and Courteous Deliveries I place to upend your Friday afternoons _. the Ren lor Citizens' Club was a SUPPLY

Full Line of Can Appliances On Display and Im glad It wan darted. -- special guest at the meeting, Vnrlew IIS Atlantic Avenue Phone 2614182N :
Financing Available I "
whole lot
It a bio or fun! Trade At Home Senior Cltl/.ons contributed

MUEI.E; )JAWI..:: "I like the :oleic works to :the


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& ,e SiNewsLender, Fernandina Beach, Thursday, April 2 '
.: : .. letter to Salmon P. Chase Insists sent from it without leave or who
that he I Is still supporting him and I I are evading conscription, provided
lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO '- describes himself as the great I they report within forty days
"manipulator" He claims that he Federal Brigadier General Truman -
tt has molded Mor] Hays 'views' In I! Seymour from his hcndnuart-
J \ harmony with my own lie now |!ers at Jacksonville asks Central
:: works with me, and for the measure I ti J. W' Turner U S' Chief of Artil.
'i' I wish to prevail" ,v boil I lery, that the I guns he has request.( :
March 4 Federal General Alexander fed|I be 'sent here without delay
A HUNDRED YEARS AGO t I Asboth, commanding the I There Is now, an abundance of lab.
; : f' District of West Florida report for! hire to move I these guns and,
that 'Colonel W, Miller, of the 'what is of more moment, the moral
Edited ly SAMUEL: PKOCTOR V Rebel Conscript Bureau for the I effect upon the country people do-
Southern District of Florida and aa< x i I I rived from the presence of large
OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOoooooooooooooo I : j/ Alabama, Intends to make a raid I guns, as an assurance of their per.
on East Bay ,with Sot cavalry for manent occupancy, will be of great
f' t the purpose of gathering up all deserters value,"
Published by r Inlet The English vessel .
was cnrrying "
;'' and refugees accreted In therods March 7 A detachment of the
FLOH1DLIBRARY AMI: | salt ",.,, .. and abandoned farms" As- First North Carolina Colored Vol.
HISTORICAL COMMISSIONCIVIL. : : The commander of the f sa"Man'a /0 both I
Restless says that Union sympathizers unteers is today being ordered to
WAR CENTENNIAL I stationed at St. Andrew Bay, has .' ,', In Florida and Alabama arc organizing Jacksonville
COMMITTEE sent a number of refugees and con. ,' ,, to meet the Confederate
I i I IM Is Iwnen"r
208 Valencia Avenue, A'
I ItrabandH to Key West. "Rcfu t'I'8 ( cavalry parties who Infest the country 1 Will They Come Clean?
Cored Gables. Florida 33114Fklitrd : land contrabands, Including women ,. ; lie reports that "Confederate WARSAW Nineteen persons have
... : by SAMUEL PROCTOR! and children," he reports, "are'' t. refugees and deserters are toiuln. been charged with stealing mid
IniuiKJiv' of Florida daily arriving al this place, frequently p aptly coming Into our lines, al. selling nearly $16,000 worth of soap
Orrupiitiiiii Pil.ilka In a destitute and sutieringronditlun !tough the a
facilities 1 afford
; can tram Warsaw's Uroda (beauty)
Significant Florida FvtnU: for Favorite Sport, starring Rock Hudson and I PaulaI'renllss :
I I have In a number life very limited The number ol % hnaurimn Jr Soap factory,
March, IRM | of Instances, Issued half rations to I II In technicolor, will be shown at the Ilan Theatre, tile Florida recruits has already .. ..- -.. -
March 1 A Confederate deserter I these persons to keep them from Sunday and, Mond.iy, April 5 and, 6: reached 300, but they have no I This scene fromVult Disney's technicolor, production
from Lake City arrived at starvation, and also. in some' cases ._ horses, no arms, and no equipment: ":\IISAI>ENTURES OF MERLIN\ JONES," may be seen JOHN E. ( Jack)
Federal headquarters( at Jacksonville Issued articles or cunning and although proper requisitions I were I at the Ilun Theatre Friday and Saturday April 3 and 4.
today He claims that he was [, small stoics to relieve actual 1 suffering I (cry B, !lot U S, Artillery, com ed the Confederate force numbered forwarded In time to department - MATTHEWS
p employed' at the railroad ut Lake ." I numeltd by Major A. U Stevens, "about five thousand Infantry and l Headquarters. Neither have I fundsto refer to my application for such nesty and employment In a nonmilitary .
. City, and that Immediately after Major John Hay, Lincoln's re- i Jr Thl'reVl're I hundred Confederate cavalry and three : artillery I pay the first Installment of I funds." I rapacity to those In South Rest Qualified For Governor
the Battle of Oluttoo, February 20 I piesenlalive In Florida finds that I cavalrymen with twopieces My own force was Sffe hundred twenty-five dollars for the regular General Beauregard has I Issued a I Florida who have deserted from Paid Pol, Adv.
. twelve cars loaded exclusively ullh because of the defeat at Oliislec. eif' artillery, The Federalswire cavalry and two pieces of artillery bounty, and I would respectfully I proclamation today promising am- the Confederate Army who are ab Authorl7ed by Campaign Treasurer
Confederate wounded came to lake Republican chances In Floildu ircnnnnllcrlnff/ Confederate My loss was 1 killed, 4 I ....... --- .-.- - --. .' .. -. .
i City, Tin feilleiwiiiK morning seven < have changed drastically, IIII III positions when they encountered wounded and S taken prisoner.) The
I more" arrlvid and eluht'' adilltinnul 'not be- able to get( the required ten I Ian advanced post of the enemy, enemy acknowledge a loss of 40 or
s Idler (hut ulternoem, According to I percent of Florida voters he ad. Shortly after the engagement be. 50 killed and wounded.( "
: his estimate, the Conledirulewoundid mils, but discourages any attemptto gun, (he CGnfedl'ratel'I're rein. A Confederate military report Issued .
F nunilurcd about a thous. I lower requirements so that a I toned by a regiment of cavalry today shows that there are I "GOOD THING WE SAW THESE
. and He also reports that the red istale government might be established and one piece of artillery, and over 8000: Virginia r South Carolini,
t t'ral'oundl'd! who could bo moved In East Florida, L, S Slick- welt able to push the Federals Georgia and Florida troops In the !
. have been taken lo Tallahnssec nev, Florida Tax Commissioner back lo Cedar Creek Reinforce Immediate vicinity 'of Jacksonville,
and the remainder arc In lake who Is a strong/ supporter of Sil- I menls, consisting |1one\; piece of Elaborate fortifications I i are being: i
: City where 'tin'( rili/ens generally mon P. Chase In his bid for the ; artillery and all but one squadron constructed along Mi-Girl's Creek
. show them every kindne. conking 'Republican presidential nomination, of the 401 h Mass, Mounted Infan. twelve) miles west of the City t supervised : i BARGAINS ADVERTISED IN THE
. for them and payinii them all the now admits that with so many try arrived and Ceilnhel;;! G V, by Major General Fallen
. attention In Ilie-lr power" slate's pledging themselves to Lincoln Henry assumed command, Major Anderson, newly appointed Florida I
: At Confederate Camp Gonzales, "no power on earth can prevent Stevens, In turn, took over at Confederate commander. I
. flflwn miles from Penwuoli, there his election" Threc-Mlle Hun. When the horses March 2 General Beauregard ,
1 arc approximately 200 to 100 Infun- I There was a sklimlsh today marTen be-came bogged Id"'tlfe"'' mud, the arrived today at Confederate Camp !
''Tennessee ), and Mile Station The Federal NEWS-LEADER WEEK!
try troops a nun I men dismounted and' fought on Milton on MtGlrts Creek lie Is :
: dred cavalry, The U, S, bark RO('. I force consisted of a battalion ol the
find The Confederates crossed thetrick organizing three infantry
1 buck captured the British blockaderunning 4lh Mass Cavalry one squadron I brigades.
under Generals Flnegan
them'to a
: schooner Lauretta off the 10f 40th Mass. Mounted Iniantry, enabling attack
qultt and Colonel Harrison a cavalry
I 1 east coast today near Indian River and one piece of Elder's Horse Bat. Henry's flank Colonel Henry claim. brldage under Colonel Robert! _H

a Anderson" and an artillery bl ivauv n
. under Lleutenant-Colonel Charles C,
. Jones
Acting Master J. S. Williams,

1: Is Your Name Here? Annie morning commanding at forced Dead the a Man's U schooner S. Bay schooner,Inside this / w

: the reefs. Then, as his boat crew
: ., came up along side, the ship was
rr fired. It was a new schooner, about
I eighty tons, loaded with an assorted 14 4k a11

' : These Are The Progressive Merchants, Business i and I of cargo ammunition.Including A a couple large of quantity hours '

I. later a small skiff flying a white
Professional flag drew up, and the man aboard,
Men Who Are A Part of The Fernandina Identifying himself as Allen' A 4

I: Stephens, said that he represented ) r 1 .

: Beach Chamber of Commerce. to a company rise against of twenty the rebel men government "about. \ ti l t lI i n v

I ."
sf I In a report to U S Secretary! of
:i the Navy\ Welles, Rear Admiral
A. S. Allan Lusserre! Motor Company East. Gulf
I Bailey, commanding the
: Amelia 1 Island Sea Foods, Inc. Lewellen's Blockading Squadron, says that he ,
S T. II. Asking Advertising Signs! Lock wood's )Drug Store has sent an additional tender, the
' : Atlantic, Stores Inc. Lynn's. Dress!! Shop 'Annie, "to attend specially to that
: lUiley's!! Department Store Dr. John W. !Mil'lune Jr. portion of the coast (the Ocklockonoe -
, Becker's!! Pharmacy Guy W. McCulley River) Ho says that ,:"block.
: A. Ray lieville, Accountant Edwin N. McKendree I' adlng vessels have been constantly
r Blue !Marlin Court Herbert S. McKendree stationed off St. Marks and at the
Blue Seas, Inc. R. H. McMillan.\ Jr. I East Pass of St George's Sound

L. L. Iluhannon, Real Estate & Ins. Macke Vending Company I and assumed from command the time of of my this Squadron having
Bottom Dollar Store Mary K's )Department Store the attention of both his' been
Dr. 'ecll Brewton Mather\ of Fernandina directed to( the OeklocHonee\River,
Dr. J. It. Britton Edward Mattson II In consequence of which',-, .' repeated -
t Buccaneer Laundry & Dry Cleaners Frank Mayer Contractor boat expeditions Have been
Burgess & Cook Moore's Grocery & Market 'sent there resulting sometime In

1 Paul C. Burns Ins & Rent Estate Agency Nassau Building & Supply Co., Inc i captures and sometimes, not In tHe without de. The News-Leader Is
slruetlem 6f f silt works
Chuck's TV Service Nassau Fertilizer & Oil Co., Inc. little skirmishes with the
I City Ice & Fuel Co. Ocean Pier By my direction alW cI \,
Container Corporation Box Div Ocean Terrace Motel I, boats enemy.have been sent up this river,
Container Corporation !Mill Div. Ocean View MoteJ-. Iin| common with most of the other
I Mrs. Monroe Cox Oxley Florist 'rivers on the coast of Florida, by
1)). & II. :Motor Service Oxley Mortuary: dd I night with the view to shifting the
J, I D. Daughterly Palace Saloon & Package Store I I stakes which marked out the chan-
J Tom limes Photographer Purlin's vela, In order that blockade runners YOUR SHOPPING
j might be deceived and run
Dr. n, Dickens Peter's Electric Company
would be at the
ashore, where they
Dixieland Stores! Inc. Peterson Packing. Company I of our boats I am therefore,
Downtown ; Porter's Fish mercy
Gulf Station ('amp'Rayonier disposed to think that the amount
\vrnon N. Drake Inc of blockade running In this region
rcrn.inrima: Reach News-Leader Reese )Plumbing & Heating Co. has been overestimated; but with
"lYrn.imlina Heath Shipping/ Co.Fenundm.i : Robison Jewelry Company the schooner Annie cruising per.
('oca-('oltt Bottling/ Co. Sahlman Sea Food\ I manently at the mouth of the river,
Fernandina Dock & Realty Co Sandbar Restaurant ?" there will be very little more of it GUIDE !
t Fernandina "Federal Savings & Loan Co. E. J. Smith Agent, Seaboard Airline Iin the future" Bailey also reports .
"Fernandina Hardware Co. Railroad that the Confederate steamer Laura with

ernandma I Loan Corp Seaside Motel & Dining Room I, and cotton another were captured schooner In loaded this area
Fernandina Lumber & Supply Co. Seaside Motel\ & Apartments ) Gulf const
of '
Fein.indmi. Motor Parts Co. Sentcll's Restaurant I The USS. San Jacinto Is onbltll'kade In newspapers the news of better ard. '
John T. Ferivira &: Son Real Estate Thumps! J. Shave, Jr. duly In the Gulf support.
nnd Insurance Southern Bell Telephone & Tel. Co. lag the USS Clyde and the Honeysuckle products and services is as important There's much significance in this
firestone: > Heath Supply Southern !Music Distributing. Co., Inc. These vessels coal at Tor.I
II. W. lishlerl'ie : Spence Grocery; & Market I tunas, to today's modern family as that of for local advertisers. For only in the
Points! iroeerv & Hardware Standard Hardware ('0. I Tax Commissioner. .. SUckney In a
I fine IVmls Package; : Store Standard Oil 'ompany -, current events or features concerning newspaper can people of all age and

I l'll1rirfahtrul'i: ( & Title ('0, Steven's Motel, luleeDr.
I Flurid,1 i National BankFlllrida ) James Stewart home and family, food and fashion, income groups find the information

I Public I lililies ('o. Suburban Propane Gas; Service
Foremost Dairy Sue's! Motel and Restaurant ''TERMITES? .' : I IC hobbies and health. and inspiration so necessary for good
(!L1'lnaOl'e I Corporation Surf Motel and Restaurant
(dene's; Variety Store Terminal Paper Bag ('0., Inc, Yulee f For newspapers are the medium by citizenship and for the enjoyment of
(General: Investment t Corp Alhin Thompson Jr. :'vk1
(Golden; IIellItel: : Tringali.: Brothers which most people shop. No other a better way of life.

Good lleiii Golden; ekecping Sands/! Gas Pavilion; ('0., Yulee Upper\\aas Drug Deck Store Motel\ I medium supplies the variety and detail And because newspapers gain their

Cordon's; ", Automotive Service WI'A..) Radio JMA \
(Gulf; Oil Company K. \\'eatherfordJohn II I- toinl tenHf ttBtal tnjHlMHM2-/> I of advertising by which one may friendship and regular readership,

1'. K.: Hill Inxurnme Agency T. \\eisner GUARANTEED
$5000 advertisers
hordes Brothers! Western! Auto Associate Store II compare prices and benefits and newspaper are provided

Ili-l'ashion Jacksonville.. Department|Paper Company Store WoodwardIotor U inn-Dixie! I Food CompanyR. Store I 1411151. tabs. Tn''" Ny4 choose the comforts and conveniences the most productive medium of com

j Kevstone Hotel H. Young, Inc. MAHONEYTERMINIX that make for a full living standmunication with customers.
! T. II. King Photo Shop Ii. J. oungblood I

i CO.:

i If Your Name Is Not Here, Add It Soon and Join The Team For SERVICE FREE SINCE Inspection 193d I Fernandina Beach NewsLeaderPHONES

That Will Insure The Growth and Prosperity of Your City. Phone Jacksonville :

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News-Leader, Fernamlina! Beach, Florida i l Thursday April 2, 19C4 Page Seven
Thrift Strikes Out 14'

Charlotte Upsets Atlanta Crackers

As Pirates Win OpenerBY SCHEDULE I

1 Week of --Monday Tuesday. -Wednesday Thursday! -Friday Sahml.tyCuba 11-3 In First Spring Exhibition Game

CURT: CORDON Clark came through/ with two hits April 20 Brans Jete51'M. Senators Hornets
Lefty Joe Thrift tossed a neat | apiece while Alvarez, Beckett and Cubs Senators Jets
six-hiltrr and struck out 14 Cam. Wood each came through with I .-:: BY Cl RT t.OUDONThe while J.iik Mikrmi' of the Atlanta John Sihuive at !second, Walt Manuel .
den batten as the Fernandina PI. I hits. Instils : j I Charlotte hornets upset" the I Criukeri used Carl Fannfroik, In right field and Carl Fana.
rates look their first baseball gameof LoU was the leading hitter for 7:30: 1',1\1. Hornets Kedlegv Atlanta Crackers here Wednesday Hichiiid Iul"l'oalii'' Curt Sauer, frock Richard Morrow and Curt
the season 7.!, over the Cam. the Hurricanes with a double and .. ----- _- -- afternoon In the first game of the The starling lineup for the At- Suuer doing the pitching,
den Hurricanes, Thrift walked { triple while Junior Robertson had April 27 Senators i Jets Rrdlep Hornets I spring t training aclhltles: as they henna \leant win Study ValdespinoAn The Cliiirlolte team opened with
only three batten In costing the two singles 5 .".1\1. Yuba Hedleg'eIhr Braves! Senators downed' the trlple-A team I 11-3. tnlctlielil. I III! n Hollino at short. Hamilton ut shortstop and Clark
victory, BOX SCORE -----a. Manning, SliillMt and flies sate still' "Kd: oiixnns at third, Ray In tenlerlit'td, who was replaced\
Bubba Qiianlebaum started Camden ab r h Cubit the three pitchers used by Mummer J.iholiiiNki III l first) Pet Curdle In in the first by Burns after Clark

things off In the first Inning when Bruce, cf 300 7:30: 1'1I.. Hornets Jets I 1AI Evans of the Charlotte hornets hell field Ken Gilbert as nutria II..IM hit by a pitched ball, Milcy
he led oil with -- --- -- 1- cored in left field, Ron Henry as
a screaming triple Stevenson, cf 101
against the left-centcr field fence ( !May\ 4 Brllnsfnators!\ Cubs Hornets catcher,, Jack Knit' at llrst base
Parrott. 3b 220
Benny Alvarez followed with a |Lott, c 422 51'M.. Jets _RedleginI ItrHxeft I lledli'gs! Prank Qulllcl aL second, Palll'rslln
single, then later scored nets In right field, Mrmliva at third und
,,BrlKg, p 311 I Senaton News of theBOAT
Ned Tyson belted $: Manning Shllllctt and Kios IcuntiI
a down
HolxTlsnn, 2b 302 ..
7:30() .1\1.: Cuba Jets I lie piuhlnii.M.innHiT ,
the Icftlli'kl line The two runs Woolard, a 300 ,
-- --- -- -
gave the Pirates a 2.1 lead as Peeples Ib 200 May 11 Ul'dl'Jts Jets Cubs Hornets CLUB lijlph Howe of the .
Tommy Lot! hit a double and Junior Prilchett\ If 300 loam rive he will hate a lew
5I'M. Pubs Hornets Senator! Bran!
Robertson singled to score the Peterson, rf 200 -I Inedlera players| lined! up In the mxt' few
run for the visitors In the first \Vlnrn!; rf 100 I Braves i 1: '5, 11Y days III KH his activity iiiini) mill'
Inning, Totals 27 S 6 oilier clubs Mill be repenting In
7:30: ".1\1. Senators Jets CARSON) MtKUNDREE
A walk and a triple by Lot! KrrnaiidinaQ'inltlcbaum -- --_ near the end of the weekJ.iik ,
!Rave Camden I two more runs In 2b 413 May 1M Pubs Brans 1- 'lIhM i Redlegs1lornelR :Mikeim mild! his Atlanta\
the third, but the Pirates came Alvarez, cf-ss 2 1 1 5 i".1\I. Jets Itedlegs SenatorsJets ti'nm will depart" for I Duvtonii/ Bi'uih
back with three runs when Tyson 'Beryl' nice, Ib 300 I -I It was a must welcome sight Inset I the uali'r\ui.\H fur un iillcinoon nl on Thuiiilnv, night]!! for a week uf
ol the members iinil Inn fur Ihr I This playing axuinsl triple-A\ teams
was safe nn an error Thrift trip Wood, c 4 1 1 Senators I so many ( I'lilnv unity !!
led and Tommy Clark singled. A Tyson, ss 322 7:30I',51:: Hornets Braves their families ill I the clubhouse crake in fur nil I lie nu'inlH'ri, |l'a) <1'lIwlnhl'I
single by Tyson, a pissed ball and Miller, cf 100 ---"- lust Friday mural. unit If you wi'icone _, and llii'ir miculn, end
a single by Thrift added another\ Thrift, p 3 I 2Pikuls 25 END OF FIRST HALF OF SEASON of those mil hil o'as'Ilt, It's just IIIIMIIIO clue| Ilni Is eligible to juln
run for the Pirates In the fourth 3b 100 I May I I :( tine more of Ihuse gaud IhuiKS thin the ilni IYOUTHLEAGUE

A walk, a double by Briggs and Beckett 3b 101 ___NO GAMES THIS WEEK -_EXAMINATIONS you Id go by, l tml( hll' I't A lift pl'CSI'r\'I'r
a single by Robertson sent two Barry Rice, rf 200 A total ol 53 millwomenmill (! for filth iMsst'iiucr CJH: bun 111"i>
runs home for the Hurricane In Osteen, rf 200 June I Cubs Senators I lS Braves I JetsHornet.1 children participated. In the I list t prDXinuilflv' Iwo IIIMIIS ruiininuI
.I'M.. Drll\ell Jets! Senators social' of the, !year, u coveied dmlisupper I inn' spar|> |prop| paddle -
the fifth, which proved to be their i I Clark, If 312 I ..:. .... I EQUIPMENT.
final runs. Mike Rice. If 000 I I and If niiMme led hungry I Npmk pluuj sal shear plus II
Totals O 712 hornets I (ned lelCs i- it was their own Mult Alter ,, you "nerd ilirni, i HEADQUARTERS ,
The Pirates scored another run I
7:30: .111. '
: ItedlegsJune CubsIlrasee everyone had; Imisliul, eating, KnLovequiNl \' If Infmmilllim 'I'
umit '
In the sixth when Wood tripled Camden 102 202 0 5 62 yet cure "
-- 'I
and scored on a single by Steve I Pirates 203 101 x 7 12 1 8 Cubs lIedlers I Senators brought! out the tile' this iniinr mil I'uiBon Il'KI'II.I BETTER EOUIPMENT-WHCftC
Beckett. I I moue projector ascii I we hud u ilitHal 2ii1.3243.JOHN: THE CLOSE 6AME1.ARE.WONWifcwm. .
51'.11.. Senators Jets Redlegs Hornets
II nineteen minute movie on I lie
Quatllebaum was the leading Classic This' and 1>11111'. In boat liundliug
hitter for the day for the Pirates .1" Hornets Jets
I .. ." safety rules, etc E. ( Jack )
with three hits, Tyson, Thrift and 7:30: ".1\1.\ Braves Cubs I .
-.I, These movies are very educational
-- --- -- -'-
II Bowling LeagueBY June 15 :Jae RedleK8 Braves RedleKS : as well at enlcitalnlng, MATTHEWS ,

51'.91.. \ Hravea Senators Cubs Hornets I and with our cruising season fitful
I HENRY ELLIS I I DII us, It was iliown at a wry good Rent (Jiiiilified! f'or Governor:
Total I Ciibs7 Jets time I Paid Pul, Adv,
I Tram Standings W L Fins : 1'.1\1.\ Hornets SenatorsSenators : Our llrst cruise of the year will Authaeh' of 1 hy CampalMI T'"rtr'
Glenn's Sinclair 48 28 33802 -- --- -- be this Sunday Al'rl1l1lh, up the ,
B & 11 Enterprise 42 30 31944 June 22 Cubs Hornets Drat e<* St.I M.iry's Itlver to Crandull.I
I Madden Lanes 39 34 33040 51'.51. Uedll'gl I Jets foie Hornets .,,,, w
... This e Is about 45 III1 (rum' I
: ::1fI :
Western Auto 28 44 304G7 t'Vrnandinii' lleiuh, if the

High Team, '..ClmuI Renators Jets weather 'Is a little out of sorts, the DOZIER & GAY

g I I"I I Western Auto 1500 7:30I',51.:: Braves lied legsHornets __ entire trip can be made In pro.
B it H Enterprises 1468Glenn'l 29 his- 1 -- teiled withers alter nosslng!! the
June RedlegsS Senators PAINT
Sinclair 1393 Amelia Diver,
1: I High, Ind. 3-Games .'.M. Cubs! Braves Cube Itedlegsllrnvee i i All bouts will leave fium! the
I 'Best For The South'CHECK
Cccil Hodge 508 Horn.t Marina at 1213. An appointed. \ $4.75 Reuulur SO..VI

Billy Joyce 563 7:301'.M.:: : I Senators I Jets cruise ma.h'r11I (lead the way, --1_
Regular $14,511
Vernon Shepard 533 : There will be a Iii, kllil bout along OUR $5.95
High Team Came I for anyone that might have nerd
1I\.L\ I Western Auto' 541 __ CLIP. AND SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE I for come Pack your pUnlc lunch PRICESShiell's $12.95 Heiculur $17 GO

B & II Enterprises 517 --- -- --- or bring along/ the ale gilll If you --1_

Haddcn Lanes 482 ,, Pwrson, David Nussbmim. Joe Srarbnro Capt.; John I'o/.lcr, don't want to go by boat you tango Everything At

.wassail Y.U abeul that High Ind. Game I Golf Association Dick Bennett, Capt.; Dab Brcblln, i I Ray Landless, Tom Tillmim, by car mid meet the gunii Grocery Team PriceHARDEEBROS.
rough tluH:' Cecil Hodge 217 I Ervin Williams, Ceo Davis Tom Shave Capt.; Gus Low'en- I There, and lor thaw of you llml
Roger Hadden 207 Sets 4-Ball Rav Caldwell Capt.i; Ed Hooper, I stein, John Gregory, Jerome idon't: want In park< u lunch, there 211 ATLANTIC AYE.I'IIfh' :.
Vernon Shepard 203 Play Bub Phlnney, H, M Asklni. I Spence, Is a Bur.ll-4\ie\ und shuts, iiiiler E: 1.lnJ\! : :\
\ Edison Jim Del Theobald. Capt.. Dan Daullh. restaurant lotutid close to the .
High Scratch Bowlers Casey Capt.: Webber
) f" f : | I
/11 r For 25The l landing -
Bill Miller, Mike Fiats
1 Cent Hoder!! 117518BIU Bin Green Harry Sahlman |Il'rty. 218 Atlantic Ave.
').1 )( ),\ I )' Joyce 202-583 I Bob Gedeon, Capt.; K. M. Fore. | Gro. Tyson Capt.; Herb Bailey' '| So come on you' pouters: fire I'up' | Trade At HomeTIDES
I thane .
oltengins, and let's hitFERNANDINA
Vernon Shepard 203-535 Fernandina Beach Golf As. | hand, Bob Ramsey, John Schultz I Emerson Finer, Louis Nolan
-' Archie Smltli 179-519 soclatlon announced this week that I Y, E. Hall, Capt.; Andy Allan Jr.. 1 I Glynn Was Capt i AI Undine, I ==:---_

Roger Hadden 207-512 pairings have been made for a Newt Roberts, Bill Royal.! {John Hooper Lonnie Holllnosworth.
,I. NI HI High Average Bowlers' I best ball of foursome tourney on ( Ed Jones Capt: Carl Swanson, I Jesse Tlncr Capt.; Paul Kornsu,I
Cecil Hodge .187 April 25 AI Miller Ben Clarke (Ace Reynolds' Lester Durham. BEACH
I A TLANlll AVI I" NIHNI I Roger Hadden 188 ,I This Is' the type competition that Tom Lannon Capt.; Ed Boner Rudy York Capt.: Jack McE) r

has been the most popular with I Bill Hardee Don Brown. I henney, Chuck Howard, Hugh at.r
'local. lolfers and heavy. Dartlclna. : Bill Melton, Capt.; Jim Clark :Stone OF FLORIDA'S CROWNBEACHES"

lion expected.. Burns Bailey, John Barnlak.Fred :1 Bob Young Capt; Ben Shave, I
t Each team will have a captain I I Osleen: Capt t,i Cecil i Lop. I Perce EnUmlnoer, D C. Land. I
who will play from scratch, Three tein, A II, Hardee, J, T, Dunnam, L. C. Shave Capt.; Don Roberts
other golfers will make up the Harry Poole, Capt.: Ham Humll.ton. Cecil Brevtun Waller Preston,
foursome with' each receiving al|(I Herbert Luke, Harry Taylor Dave Smith, Capt,; Archie Smith Directory Furnished Ily These Merchant and nunlncM MenGeorge's -

handicap. John Scarboro, Capt; Charles: I E. V, Garcia, Darwin Smith I
The "A" player will receive' Tomlinson, D W Ringer, Bill Rod. John Guest, Capt; Bill Childs,
strokes on holes 2 5, 8 and 11 I I"B" effer. 'John Baxter, Jeff Bowers Suburban
players will get their strokes --- -- -
on holes 1 1. 3, 7. '10, 13 and 18. I I"C"
Machine Gas Co.
players' strokes will come Shop Propane

on holes 4, 6, 9, 12 13, 14, 16 and READ THIS BEFORE YOU SERVING ALL

Entry fee Is $1 I and prizes totalIng REPAINT YOUR HOUSE Machine Work LP GAS AND
$150 In golf merchandise will be Add SO MlnutM Far
Klvcn. The teams made upf memo Welding, Brazing
rrk. lien of the Golf Association are Here's proof that new LUCITE House Marine Repairs Ftraandlni Harbor 7 South 7th St.
as follows:
Andy Allan III, Capt: Steve Paint outlasts ordinary outside paints. Special Service To HIGH LOW Phone) 261.1661

Spence, Frank Lambrlght, Gordon Shrimp TrawlersAll

Butler:: '1 Work Guaranteed I 1"riclilY. April ::1 t T. H. KING
Bob Asians, Capt.: Art. Ronshiw,
Pete Ingram, Tom I Digby, Open 8 am. to 5 pm. 6:12: a.m. PHOTO SHOPRoll

I Dr. Geo. Barker, Capt., Buddy"' Monday Thru Saturday 12:11: i pm. G:12: p.m. ProeeMinff
Burgess, 0. D Lynch, Exleen Cor- Phone Dajr 2(1,$711Nlfht
bell .arrssasarsri ,. 2S1-533H Saturday, April I 1 Developing Kodak Film Prlntlnf
Red Bean, Capt. Jack Vann, Jim
__ _h; __ 12:1: u.m. 7:1::!: a.m. Photo SuppliesMorleCnlored .
1 1:00: p.m. 758:: p.m. & Regular

... se F. G. Lambright, Jr. ssa..we..w.elwlstrs BE WISE. ." Wedding
Sunday April
INt YDMINaN Or INNit -''OGo Graduates From kw ,. Portrslts by Appointment Only\
elw.a..awsss..easm "Porcelainize" 1:10 I : u,m. 8:52:: ti.m. Studio
The truck that thinks it'sa "" At 504 Ah SI.
Memphis NATTC 2:05: prn. 8J8:! p.m. Phone 261-4586

station wagon.We MEMPHIS TENN. ir'HCXO: LASTS :.1! OR 4 TIMES: Monday, April 0
Frank G. Lambrltihl Jr., airman LONGER: THAN
apprentice t'SN, son of Mr and r I ORDINARY WAX Jon 2:12: /urn J:2D) : a.m./ Rowland'sUPHOLSTERY
sell it with leols and windows But a truck I It Mrs. Frank C, Lambrlght!! ol lOt ::5:0 J: !) pm. 0:10!J: /) p.m.

what it is. ,Citrons Dr, March 4 "
Take out the teats and you can put In 1,784 I from Aviation Structural Mechanic j LASSERRE MOTORCO. TUC'Mday..Iril: 7"il"i (IM YOU NEED!
New luvrmvim: OR REPAIR'
pounds of anything. 1 School' at the Naval Air Technical :J : J a.m. 10:21: ..II.m. I II TO VOI.H

In |lust about any size or shop.. The doorway's Training Center, Memphis, Tcnn 1:10 I : p.m. 10J8:: p.m. rl'ses'rtr"II' ,
almost 4 (feel wids. I lie studied basic hydraulics, hy. J S. 8th. St. Ph. 261.3819 NEW Rlu'r ttlVERI

For business deliveries this Volkswagen costs 19 draulic system troubleshooting, staI Wednesday, April H t'OK0""

lillie to run that you can make a profit even on I'I i bUlly and control of aircraft, In. This Du Pont test house was painted in 1957... '.1:11: a.m. 11:15: a m.5:0a FREE: ESTfM4\TES AtTC'J
dinky, orders. spectlon of landing gear and lafc-
Going Fishing? : 11 :::32
p.m p.m.
mils ty precautions. \Ve Pick Up and Deliver
2'/j< a seams to be average for most
This side painted This side with
Prior to graduation from thisschool
For ,
owners. gas tires everything l Thursday, April 9
(Almost all VW Trucks get over 20 miles a gallon he attended the lwo.weck with ordinary oil-base NEW D U PONT Visit Ui For Porter & 'Lovequist
Some even get 30.1 Aviation Familiarization School and white paint. Now long! "LUCITE" HOUSEoverdueforrepainting. Complete' Line Of :53G::! am, General Contractors

For weekends, you can take 8 relatives any. the four-week. Mechanical Fundamentals PAINT. Still white, still 'IHhlnlr Tackle ;3:57:: pm. 12:01: p.m. SPECIALTIES: -
where you might want to take 8 relatives. I I tight and going strong. Knd1 Reels Friday April 10 WOODWORK. ;/ INC

IK)you're lust taking them away, there's room for Outdoor Camping PI..\STIC ,MijRpArivr.
their luggage on the rear shelf All/ their luggage.) I New Du Pint "LUCITE" Housi Paint. Equipment 0:2.: : urn. 12:21: u.m. CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS' :
It's called the Volkswagen Kombi. I OMJ: p.m. 12:48: p.m. KITCHEN. AND BATH

All the usual VW virtues go with It. Rear-engint I RENrfD g n j l l7HR000HTH Lovely new colors snit intermixes. FIRESTONE REMODELING
Complete Showroom
traction In snow and sand. The air-cooled engine ".. CNUrta/a
BEACH: SUPPLY For Color .Coordination
that can't freeze up or boil over. ::=: $8.55 I Can I 0.1. aarv.i
And the .price. a pp 'Only IIS AlliiHle AYe 2..I-4HZ Phone 26l'.3068:

2W5OO. .. OAU

New. J IJ "LUCITE" Is as MSJ! to vu as It Is durable!


1250: East Eighth Street, Jacksonville FISHING flOATING SWIMMING
1129 South 8th Street Phone 261.3648
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.' Page: Eight News-Leader, FernanJlna panels, Florld.Thur,!= day, Apiil 2, 1964!) I. -- _

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i News From, ,\,. Lions Club Minstrel Practice In m-unr non! ::m t M tfrntm, onmrnmr.: : ::: emit. "i ," ....;. ,, ;111'. ru:: "
the Auditorium at I no p m. Ui! i ',''i ,!, !,''i.! ,! I i''' i ''H i *". '.\J'r c'. T' ,. ,.
Atlantic Avenue Plavsrounel, sup bC la; J__ : &__? :'; !
i. The Ref Center cruised play, 3.30 9:30 p.m" DemKanni'y f '
\ Innir Chicken, Beef Turkey, Ham, Salisbury W-D Brand Naturally TenderDINNERS

I jUIIY SANDY TfeftANDROTIltnSDAV. Teen md lull Ten Ballroom

: AfttlL Mess Softball League\ Meetlnj Donee Clauses EC'rj! 4tiI BEEF

lIeinueri' Clara In the Club Room at I 00 p.m. i As part of the spring and sum.mcr !
: vln hi I the program the Recreation DC.
Men and
Boys' Health Club: In
., Conference R4tI+ I'' II ao I.m.,Ithe i I Health Club Room partmenl vlll conduct ballroom
Very 1larrW JI Demon.t. evening day and I C dance classes for 12 and 13 year !I 2 79
I !flan Agent, IAIttII N I' I old. and high school teens ) '
Play.chool II( r.pame Room I Avenie Playground sup. The classes for the 12-13 W I'
mlsed ,
61 B 00 I m. Vllcam'ndo, play pm U>nNaaney
adult seeder:' f; ...1.J j Inslr I' group will atari Tuesday, April 7l hat illiii .. ,,! ... Roast LB 48
S 30 p m? in Hie Game Room (ii MORTON ? Apple, Cherry, Peach, Coconut ,J
Adult Ceramics/ the Art Room ,Tl?:DAY, APRIL 7th. !I Classes for high scluml teens will '

at 3 30 p,m. none Sides, hear. start on Tuesday April 7th, also at i
Plnyiihool In the' ;ahu IlaaRL'tiilt{ l ., .. : IItF Fruit Pies 3 1.QUANT4TY 1.1
Tub Scout PA/JI.-SII./:: 171 In the Game Room 7:30 pm. In the Game R om, Both { For ROUND BONE SHOULDER f
; Came Rixm! at 7:10:: pm. I at 9.:10: am? Carolyn M/iarronelo, j courses will run for a period n 1I | ',. '

/ &<'I llnlaster Rouiidlable In theo adult Unite, I eight necks and will be Instructed : RESERVED-PRICES GOOD Roast lB 58 ;
,1 onlerrnre Room M'7:30 pm Sib Teen Ballroom Dance Clans by Sandy DeSandro.Regiatrstlon ... APRIL 4TH' .
Adult Beginners' Ballroom Dance In the Genie Room at 3.30 pm.. : Is now at the 4 ,
1 Sandy D Sandio. Instructor, open _,.';; .._.;
a Class In the Auditorium at 9 90 p. Recreation Center Office I for Dost\ POT ,;;. ""
m. Mr and Mm Oil Bvrker. Inure. Teen Ballroim Dance Class In I wishing to. enroll In these classes. ''Sunnyland Small Tender
F Mm and Boys' Hcullli Club IIIRC the Game Hoim at 7:30: p m. SanetDiSajiiJro >' Telephone N.rI.lratlonl111 be! ac. Roast. -58 .J:

the lleillli Club Room, day and Inalr.Barberohoppera I ceped: 1261-5261)) j ?,
F r evening, / In the CenferewcRoom ( .

vJ s Atlantic Avenue Playground, tup.rrvlscd at 8.00 p.m, Wonr-Ad Section of Smoked PICNICS BEEF SHORT 1
C play 3.30.S.30 p.m., DotJ.onncy Lions Club Minstrel Practice In a i1
Inslr. 'I the Auditorium a! I III) p m I.I Newspaper It One Ribs LB,38
Itto I Pairing lor Leisure is> he ClubRoom HALF OR I ;
f ftL3Cj
= FRID\Y. APRIL 3rd. i iJ at 7:311: p.m. Of Most Important i IJS. .

t :i 51 h and 6th grade Fun Club In the (; Men Health and Boys'Club Heal Roam:h day Club and IBUic !\ The Wint Ad lection of a news. f f AND M sic W .1 WHOLE FRESH GROUND DAILY BEG, deg wGr. C'1

7 n Auditorium fit 3'80 p.m. ,evening paper has an Importance far be. I 28 '
: f Sub Tcep Cub!' In the Game Room ymd lt" Immediate service to the uAaTF/ LB. Beef .39 .1
i h m 7:15: p.m. I| Atlantic Avenue Playgroeiwl. up.ervlimd Individual 1 1 advertiser\ I ; '{ $ !

r : Men and 811'"' Health Club in ( ,'Manney, play InalrSTANDARD 3.JO.I.O: ;) pin Dun I{ More than any other feature the
0 i
the llenlllt Dub Return, day and Want Ad section Is evidence that

: e : writing. AND ADVUCED 'the ncwtpiptr is truly Hip "(X'o.

SATURDAY, APRIL 0th.a FIRST AID 101RSES +I pie's medium" The Want Ad puts _1....' i ,..-.' '" .. '" .' .
a (tie Indhldual with a few dollars l to 1 .w- _--'.......
: C : Ceramics pouring Casa: In the' A Standard First Aid ('ouree, invest In selling on on equal foilIng

I 2 Art Roam alII 03 a.ra., I/allk| Sides. 1 I cOlidullltd by the Fernandina Beach with a billion dollar corporaItlon
I > Instr Recreation Department will beam I 1.1

: I. : t' Puppet Theatre Uses I.8))) In thee 'I Wednesday, April 8th at 7)0:; p m., :Nothing gives! more Insurance ) i ))1))" 1IAw.,
Club Room In the Recreation Center Auditor.I Ilunl. r ra'.. "' .:.-..
at WaG N Ilhe ,
I : '.111., ai'hBrlltem I' Integrity and Independence of m, 7 ,
: Inslr. The Etandaid Course! will cem- I I r t 50 Eriri&if"Green Stamps
1 t newspapers than the! thousands 1
i I. Pup:'et Theatre ages 912)) In,:, tlnue thereafter each Wednesday ,I Individuals and small businesses nil' WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFi
i 1 :I \ the Club Room at 11:30: s m, Faith ,and Friday night until completion ] which Invest In Want Ads. I I'I ".GO FKOIIM TAtTf o' SICA
: | Brjtlon, InstrTeen Immediately followed by an Advanced -
r I Haddock Dinners
For Want Ads, like mibscrlptlons,
Club la the Came Room I First Aid Course starting 'I
a t t ale j T'dly
j 7:30 Wednesday April 29h: for thosemcceksfully are repealed expressions of faith In t GOOD THBU AenIL 4TH
: pmMen the local )I
I newspaper by IheI
: t I and Buys' Health Club In completing the Stand i! AT ANY WINN IXI'
public They help to
ard Course and for those ,who have [ : remove any i
i : evening Health: Club Boom, day ands previously completed and passed question about the newspaper being I 1 71

Standard First Ald.R.alllr.lloa unduly Influenced by any special 1
:: SUNDAY, APRIL ilk Interests SHOWBOAT""T I
may be made by 4
In fact throughout the ) ... dI :
High Erbcol teens and adults (male country
: i LuUieran\ Church Meeting In the and female) by calling! the Recreation there are many newspapers which ; Pork & Beans .so Extra Z.N Gree.Stamps ;::": ';

a L. Conference Room at U.00 i.m. I Center Office ((261-5261)). I could thrive 1 on Want Ads and tub.icrlptlons I ; ICE MILK WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

Krwi\r.: ... woo RFII\lNFllq..... elone Before the? de\cloa-
---- --- --- '
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th. ment of modem display advertising' I pee.. ur'l
Save 5( No. 300 Can
: r, The Recreation Department I announces all newspapers were thus Chopped Steaks
Playschool In the Came Room IUP.1' !
a new Series of Beginners'lewing ported,
i I at 11:30: a.m., Carolyn Vizcarrondo, I t Txnu A/AIL' are
I Classes starting Wednesday, But most people do. nut think
adult leider.Sewing 5' 2 1/2-GAL 7 9 AT ANY WINN-DIXH "
ea s April 8th at 3:30: In the Audi
p.m. I for Beginners! In the Con. about the contribution of Want Ads : I
i I torlum This course Ito ecooroe.I ference Room at 110 '.m". Mary to a free press They think of the : CTNS. ,
; I date these who were unable to at. Harrison, Home Demonstration section u a place of unsurpassed

,S I :, tend sewing till. Tile cirilar Instructor terlea of for classes then Iq Agent Sewing, Instructor.for Beginners In the Auditorium rr convenience sell anything when from they a need used to buy trl. '' LImit 3 with $5. order or more I THRIFTY. MAID ALL FLAVORS ....... .

I I classes will: ,be Mary N Harrison,, at 2:30: p.m? Mary Harri cycle to a tractor The general .50 Extra Green ;
Nassau Stamps
County Home Demonstra.tlon
l j IOn Home Domonitratlnon Agent, reader thlnkt of It as one of the WITH THIS AND \
Agent Sewing machines will\ Instructor. most Interesting parts of his home .
a I be provided forts those who do not town newspaper, SAVE 5( 'EACH ASTOR FRUIT a peon, C"14INA CRISPY
t Ceramic Class (axe/ 11 U) lathe -t-J.
t own their own' machines, There I.t la
CeramicsRoom at 3:30 pm., Or,:AS a ,Memphis advertising,: I Pizza Pies
t no fe for I InMnictlwi but racb
partlclpant Hank Sides Instr man said recently:, WJIH Ads I OOOD THRU
appeal AeRIL 4TH
{ it required to furnish herr Adults and Teens Ceramics to the basic needs Cocktail.I / 303
l own lowing materials Class people 5 AT ANY WINN-DIXI' .,
( la the Art Room al 7:15: p.m? housing, Jobs, transportation" i I ;/1. Cons s. r5
Registration may be made by Hank Sides, Innlr "Want Ads get .results because I T .
a railing the Recreallun

| or flee .I2G1-5JCH.t Since the number: Auditorium Standard at first 7,30 Aid p.m.Class, In Sandy the :the lallzed things Persons advertised, who are wont so nome.lthing :: j i| SAVE 5# JEACri THRIFTY, MAID APPL| 4 4I 1
p participants must be ,
DeSandro, Inatr.I .
I i of early registration will Men and Hnvs' Health Club In they want usually in can tic; find classified exactly what col. j jumne 1, I 50 Extra w.'i." sjiBm Stamps "
4 a place In the class umlh'd'j I ''be Health Club Room 303 15
I {j !MONDAY, APRIL alb. evening! ] Cans Ipso
Atlantic Avenue Playground/ IUD. i X. paorsY HOWARD JOHNION
I Playschool In the Game Room at ervlsed play 3:30-5:30: : -p.m., Don Ray Photo of Sun Coconut Cake
9,30, am, Carolyn Vizcarrondo, Vanney, InNlr.tllVRSDAY LONDON, the first Russian X-
adult leaderSenior ray photograph or the sun taken .
1 Citizens Club In the Con- I APRIL 9th.Playschool outside the earth utmnspherc has i yr.
: terence Rorm at 3.30 been shown to a meeting of the d74tS .:
p.m. "..
i. Ceramics Class 'ages V.11)) In the I II 930: am", Carolyn In the Game Vlicnirondo Room at, Soviet Academy of Sciences, lee I 1 D r in k 4 Cons'oz $1 -

I :I Art Sides,Room Instr. at 3:30: p.m? Hank I[ adult leader. [I Soviet y 'Taos reported, h(

Home Demonstration Club In the '.' .
I Adult and Teens Ceramics In the Conference Ronm nt 10 00 a I I EACH 50 Extfi 0'N"Glean u
Ceramics Room at 7 30 '
1 ; pm. Hank Sewing Class In the
Conference Room at 9::30 a.m., "
: In Hie Conference Rom Mary Harrlsrn. home! Dcminstra. 4150.4 CA".LUtIAY

t at 8:00: p.m, tlon agent Instructor I ChI$1 Light Meat Tuna

: Island Squares Club la the Auditorium Adult Ceramics elm In the Art i sfelWBDROWNING OOOD THRU AeaIL' arxyr.
at 7:30: p.m. Room at 3.30 u.m.. JUnk Sides ; I AT ANY WINN.DIXII
Instr .
: Buccaneer Coin Club In the Game ./tJl.
si Room at 7:30: p.m. Senior Cill/em, Club In the Conferrnce .I II Srree 01 To"r DUClor of MrdonA, ... .

i. : Rum:: at GuriUn 7:15: pmIlinvrocillis Club, In the I I 1'tond lour, Loral N..h..1 lI.drol,Au"xaun nuoer" sod lie. Wa1. a '.".. f ....JSf *.' "'.... '.....1 '. ':.. 1, '" \r OF"iI.' '''I-,'. .

: JOHN E. (Jack) Club Room at B lilt, p m. I fIRST AID Itf 4...... 4'11.
i Mm and Boys IKallli Club In ILARGE .PI.JijiQREEZE ti txira aw Green r.-: "
i the Health Club are many physical con.
day nndevening
'I can cause breathing PURCHASE OFCracknNGoiod'Treets
i to come to an abrupt halt, but Snow-White iGr. 'i Fresh Fla I ,
Bet Qualified For Governor Adult Beginners' Ballroom Dance the Moat common if, these u
a : Class In the Auditorium at 8 00 drownniK 'I'lie real tragedy of i
: Authorized by Campaign fM i Treasurer Pol Ailv I I i p m, Mr. and Mrs, Gil Becker, the many deaths from drowning f Txau AeuL aTN
1e Inrtr i I. th"it iiuiiy could lute been ;
I I saved, if ."II1'oue nrarliy flail Cauliflower t Med. 'j, ANY WINN' DIXII
1s s J.IIDWII, |0 al'I, | | .rlU'Ch,1I ,(, | ,| Eggs :
'prauou.Ilse I
I i I 'J iinlmtil, rules I I.
chat 11I1)'ll'I
figuration) urn
!Slut inimediattly, | 1)un't| I .. Il7d dh(
I .-..
wail for nil)thin". !fiend, | ,lm. I :
I 50 Extra 0 W
1i vile fir InIp, but debt wait for /"Green Stamps
I slue I auiliulaiur JIll ill I WITH THIS COUPON AND
: proludly' OF
i be 1 too ,|.,ie. I I "
I Keep it There 2 9 l2Dox79 > 1 La. MR. IILIrRTa
up are cases I
t WONDER Again on record sitar of a breathing|lapse, pf.t.irtmn Head ? F Cern Oil Oleo
WHAT I It I iniiiutr, 11 hell the rescue kept OOOD THIU AeaIL tare
1 I /Ir le-ahly at work forciun air in AT ANY WINN.DIXII:1

I WOULD FOtMONEY USf. \ I t I and The out trailed tf the rescuer lung, I. heller -_ _. .. -. ,- _" -. ....- 77 ('( (.'{.( / ( ((' ql.f( { //II//'I'II/il! ( //' / 1,1, ...

r equipMU' to sacs a |tale. But an > ...;..,. .. -- --'.. .... :: .L': :::
I f uiituiiicel, unutriir stay sate
1 a life, 7
Wont first aid / rN1? .ONw
rxpcrt tocljy
favor the mouth'uth< Z
iiicjiliod e.I( arm/,cul' respiration, < t i
I II First l clear the air passages 1 1 1
II l hy elrawiiii, hue tongue forward.
I with yeas (finKer Place the uses t '' ,
a ,
; A'
I ne
virtual lull( way bctwern a face- 1 a s :
1 up and silo position: tilt the 0 j 1 a e 1 1
I MAN. USE OURS! heed will hock to nuurc a clear ill ; rtszs et' a r l t :1 1
air passageway. fake a deep I
I breath place )our mouth over I
We'll help you get Into tine driv the visible mouth and breathe 1 1 + 1
er's seat fast. and, of course, into labs limm until you tee Ins 1i
In, al sensible' "bank rates chest rue and feel the lungs
expand in I
I breathing. pinch the|, victims
to hw 1
month nnd Kt the victim exhale BEST FLOUR ;
.i" ', apiiiti|,| | night' haul,I pre*. COFFEE
I our biucen the ribs ..
I I" expel: all air, Rtprat and.ii.vrl hc Save 10< Bag Save 1I < Giant Box i Sove'21 < Box Can ] ]

I _FLORIDA.M IfM. ...n....-}..,...,,..()( National Bank I I may with cycle' cover a IS oil1lJle' tunes the layer a victims minute of' I\oa| 4 48 59 69 Can

.J4 jJ .! F.nMIIMlilM. ,.-ISCh; liandkertlnef If )on're called on tl) help In ? 1 { Trl

a rescue keep ralin and) move i

rapidly t... try to get the vie. I Ploln! or Self Riling New All PureoM Det'nltnt I )unit I with $5. food order
ram* w act' tmmtmt s.rre, punb'a I tint :i breathing! again a. sues at T : I In New Cap Open) Can t In New Easy Open Con


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I natural. Wyman Hushes coaches I News-Leakr, Fernundinu Death, Florida Thursday, April 2, 19G1! Page Nine
I the KAC and Herb White coaches ,I II I -
I the Seahorses and both promise to I
I 1110 aB-out to make this a perfect I Pirate Hopefuls
I Sports Slants game for the spectators. Put this
,date down now for I good game
I and a good' cause and let's till the Named As Spring

BY I gym
I A 6 kIt football EndsBY
I looks as though the gang Is all 4'r j
Thrift liwscd the first base ready for a May 4 opening, there, George Brophy Billy Martin,
ball victory of (lip season for the ft fc I Sherry Robertson' Packy Rogers N ap rlRT GORDONCoach ;
Fprnandlna Pirates here Tuesday I Coach Wayne Benner la really s
land Vern Morgan have reported In Wayne Benner'i spring
afternoon when he set the Camden high In his praise for the work of i Wr
i at spring training headquarters to j football practice sessions ended
County learn down with six hits his baseball manager Larry Ca. join the others who came earlier, last Wednesday arrl'rnoonl'hl'n the
while striking out 14 Thrill, a left I ton Coon keeps a good scorebook bander walked only three duringthe for the baseball games, too, I Gil Vl/carrondo. chief score e i learns to play the annual I Spring
afternoon fr ir! keeper for the two leagues, would ii a i{ :football I guns Th bellow; team won:

6 Bill Rodeffcr informs ui that like to Invite volunteers for keeping OUT the Blue team by the score of r.d s,1), Iw 40.0" con rw d
The Pirates q unon +
displayed a little three Fernandina Pirates will probably
scores for either league during 12-0
pouer-at-the-plate In the first be attending Catawba _I
Those Interested
the just
Benner did nol l dMdc the teams
game of the season when Bubba next for a chance to be piny. r -
I year !let Gil know then they will havea Into Kpeclflc squads, but Haw that
Quattlebaum, who Is not quite as Ing football there. Chip Wood, Ned
class or two so all scorekeeperswill .
all boys got Into the game( The following
big ai Frank Howard of the Dodgers Tyson and George Sheffield are use the same sjstem. We need ,
I the seeking
Ned Tyson Chip Wood and the three who will be entering about six for each league which arc players INDIGESTION
l Myths next team
on year's :
: Joe Thrift smashed out triplet In I Catawba. Good to ice these boys would give a storekeeper duty only
the game. Quatllcbaum hit his as make the gride. I Quarterbacks Frank Plata,
one day a week lilll'p".e| you have bern able tll rat practically anything you
Icad-olf man of the game 1'r a4 Benny Alvarei and Kiehnrd Nobles.ll.illbucks
A ( liked, then without apparent reason IOn frythlnl(" gives you Indlgrstlmi. -
We want to remind Little
you The Pirates held their annual I!II
Why something probably happened to produce "mechanical
Friday afternoon the Pirates Randy Price. Danny Muore.Il'hll'k .
League and Senior League .
pros. I Football lust Wednesday
Spring game .
will entertain the Orange Park peels to be sure to register to play afternoon with the Yellow ss Howard Hairy Mills, Wayne pmniirc" on nerves supplying the stomach, so the glands are (liable
team at the City Park In a game ball on Saturday, April 4, Little l Team winning over the Blue team rumba, !Mikermstrong' Billy Buy. to lerrrlt proper' gastric Juices therefore an Incuordlnalloa
that get underway al four o'clock League prospects will register at 120. / M'I chic develops, skids has been named Indigestion At this point your
Bill Cox Informs us that the Recreation Center and the Senior 1 The Fernandlna Band camel I I Sihomas and Due Burgess ml'nt), removes the pressure from nerves In restore flow of serve
Chcm-Cell soltball team Is really League players will register at through again with Superior ratings Centers: Cm I Anderson, Aim energy over the nerve system\ then the Inherent power within' caa
going to be a tough team during the City Park, Tryouts will begin at the District Band Meet Inl,j jI I I Cover and MmIltvllle.. I II cxpreHM Itself Kith coordination and accuracy which In plain Ian-
the coming The team .
season Is Ion Monday, April 13 and the Leagues
It Is Gllurbhkl', Idee, Dunne ,
Jacksonville last Saturday I : gauge adds up to normal dlgrslinn and perfect health
under new management Bill will I I TAKING FULL) ADVANTAGE of the spring .season
open on Monday April ,
I the eleventh straight Superior rat. I Him hi ml, Jack D.iuiink and Unix-It!
Cox 120. I ling the Pirate Band bus won In as turkeys were Joe :Mixon, left and Clinton Itrown. PeuciH' Sec a ihiropractor today If you suffer with Indigestion! he maybe
record, It brought in two of the gobblers on Tueadq'|: The hll'ke Tackles: Jerry Beard Jtx1 able to help you
The City Softball League had a We have a hot basketball game ccrtlnly Is a line average. I II I Ii weighed about 18 pounds each. The season opened Saturday I Stores, Bud Sirlckliinil, Jim Young,
meeting Monday night at the Rte |coming up on Tuesday, April 21. I morning and closes April 12 l1 David Osiorn and Mike r'lulu.
I Center to get the league/ organized The game will be between KAC I
I for the Ends: : Jar> llirlll, Itonnlc "aliI'| Hours
season Islanders I and Seahorses with proceeds going C! I
i AbeU, Miller unit !Mike
Burgess Cook, Chem-Cell and to the Pirate Band for their trip to Registration For Henry Ullly o.
I the Camp team arc entered in the I the Slate Band Meet What makes f I HIRED IT CityBowling I'lkulH, Mon., Wed., Fri ,

league with the possibility of Por. this a real attraction Is the tad THROUGH THE League ProspectsSet 9 12 & 'l8 !
ten Fish Camp being the sixth that boll of these teams played In Saturday At 10 gin !Mondiiv, April, II, through( Friday y
i team. Ybor Alvarez says another Jacksonville, but never did play WANT ADS LeagueBY April 111, Alter players have I 1.11 Kings Street ;,,:
11 meeting will be held Monday leech I other during the season, Bill Uuclcllcr! president of bein ticleUcil l hy miinugers of each I
night, April 6. to get the league therefore a showdown battle Is a HENRY ELLIS local Little! mid Senior .(' (Team, piaitlw "wnsloiis will begin Phone 729S6I4Illngsland
___ _. t
--- ----- ---- --- -- --- u I on !Monday, April 13, and the two
i'' Week of 3-23 urges all I.ltlll' Li-limn1 mid :;: Georgia
I Leagues( will begin operation on
Total I
League busrhall pnispcds to 20,
I Monday April
Team Standings W LTllman's Pins (ister 4
on Saturday April
: Cabinets 72 :36 75322: DR. C. R. CROCKER UK. T. A. OWEN
Little League prtlhllecls11I
/ |
NOBODY. Morris It Payne JOHN E. (Jack)
I ister al I the Little League Bull
Body Shop W'j)' 3U'i! 75454
I behind the Recreation Center I
I Beach Hadden Bar Lanes 33'fc 52' 54'56 69517 71826 Senior League prospects will MATTHEWS Kingsland Chiropractic Clinic

later at the City Bull Park. I
Beiker's Drugs 40''< 67''* GovernorI I "Associated with Owen ChiropracticClinic
Nest Qualified For
Registrations/ will begin at
High Team 3-GamaTilman's
BUT Cabinets 21\08\ o'clock Saluidiiy morning.( Paid Pot Adv, I of JackeonvIfe"e
NOBODY. I Authorised by Campn'' Treasurer ,
Beach Bar 26'M! Tryouts fur all piosprdi will -
1 _
I Hadden Lanes 2633
I Hlgn, Ass Games ,
UNDERSELLS ''John Barnlak 590

i John Beckett Ml Compare these values anywhere you'll find YOUR DOLLARS BUY MORf at FIRESJONf
I Larry Flint 574

High, Team Game
Tilman's Cabinets 1009(( I
Beach Bar !%8
fojtityguirtSEAMLESS Morris & Payne 93(1IIIgh 1 0

i Ind. lame
,John Barnlak 2KI

t ALUMINUM SIDING Joe John Surlano Beckett 222 218

\ I I Tommy Tllmnn 218 !
High Scratch Bowlers 51


''John Barniak 214-51] I II
I Larry Flint 1116-51)2) BigMRotary Bigger Vthie
YOUR SATISFACTION A I High Average Busters
i Hadden 1)6
i Roger
1 1. Made With N Cecil Hedge 181 22" Mower
'''John Beckett 178
I Johnnie Williamson in1!

ter Ise D Kleber Skidmore I'll! with lop quality 2ft h.p.e 4 cycle Brigga & Stratton Engine

NobodyBeats BowlerettesI 'Chok tmitle'throttli

annr I Yours for ONLY
The I BY ANGIE DREW i iI handle control on '

Week or 3.24
Reynolds Metals Company does not man I Tola! ? '
ufacture aluminum siding but it is the Quality I of f Team Standings W L Plus long lasting .

pioneer and largest supplier of quality I Ii Reddy Kilowatt 46 32 64025 baked'on / 48e'8Adjustable ,
aluminum to the siding industry I Bench Bir 40 38 6IIiIG: < hammertone
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FOR COUNTY C3M: !miO\rR 'iiriu Cnimfv In the ermine; Demriratlo r ,M putt) Stif* r enquq prf.rrnm( '"

I I hove qualified as t candid,ite lor I am primary IB I .ol. Is'gmatpsee.c. as a an-*.*, ,,. T ter eL ,. News-LentW PernamJina Belch. FfcrMa Thurin'. April! 2, 1064
a end know .
I member of County Commission" Dl',. what It It I I."rtv taxes mner I I Na.r: .aienmanthop. quality me -- ------ ------ ----
pay I'
trieS :3, Nassau County Florida. In th. / If elected MfK-lent .rvl in this vOice, If
to hit most FOR
Impotantetfire I HOSPITAL TRUSTEEI FOR CONSTABLE mv life. have been
coming M iv I Democratic primary, 1 I pledge to AIL the of a taxpaver lo 25
I was nnrn J.m. 4. IOT2: In Nassau rltln." Your van and Hi I .. j llrt.nd hade been a
every of Nstsnu County hit I support mjr 'Iul lute to thank you for She I In armnumt mv candlrlncvfnr : registered
FOR STUB: REPRESENTATIVE" FOR TAX ASSESSOR CumIn nnd hove .been a resldcm lor pNr Dell h** v. r-4 |ln(4 .1
oIl: of mv efforts to work is I allowing me tosect'a as nfflc of Const"ibl* fi r DIs "I..r.
t > my crndllary fur the high of I fir y'e office nf Nassau County 'f.x I am very' much Interested In th. bet mtctent of ALL of NnsiuC" r Pear.. 5lh at Container Corpllr.u" of America
hr. of stale representative. for NassaujMy Assessor subject to the Democratic office of County l'ulnnm iaionsr. Dli inly W have h-,nestlv tried In | fjl|. I am emplnved by Rnvonler' Incrrp'riled end_ pin HI. present Rutlm,.rv Flint
-. 1M'. with ..<. lull kttnwdge primary of May eta lOM.t Inc I 3. \our and IsjrIIUtedam ro'Rtj OF .t'DUCINSTRt'CIOS lust dcclKlims In all of 111 many I hove had approximately" five I n I H rh Power D Do'M""I.
of the ....t! reiifnslbllltlet" of have been self employed In Milliard I nn employed< by Hivonler In .ti' b* l"o'.uppor priblpin coming belire Ihe Biard \"nr police experience two years J\MfcS M (Jimmy) BIRD, SiR.

this vltil:y lmp. pffire. I ant r-. I I-t trio, ;IK', I am an active member of corporate it Ferindmi Ve..hlnd O W. To work with ill 1 member of the t' the Florida Highway Patrol two
rith! , III ill the oeople Ui" TOT county and I Sunday School teacher y.lnr have two children'Ir.. boy 11'', I I for member of the SeaM of Public t tot. the best hospital Police Department, and on. jear ai FOR OCFHIGHW ,IV AND

pledje eo devote mylltll tel tl acrylic .1 I am presently aerthr( my IIh peor old. and, ori* girl years cilcfWe rae Supervisor of RrflstrrtloATo 1"1 rtt,, Dol II (Milliard) I th* wl ftvu' available, auxiliary pollcemnn PORT AUTHORITY

M, ui. people, If elected your elate Mayor of Town of MilItaNt. live at Roule I. lIon IM Nassau prtmarr' I will eintlnue work I am e .."'b.r nf the Flv Points I, Thomas H King. .
representativeI I am the present secretary of Nal. vIP, th* clrnent of NJSMV' 'tm a natlv it ilasssii Cntintv, for the best In hospital .. gi.nd I{ Baptist Church sod have beenaaot.i', self as candldnt .0nOU"r. im.
nave :limit: her f''f 5 yeast "lIh tan Countv Community, Chest If the voters of Naisau County h'n I hare qunltfed fir the riffle nfSuiervlsor ."rtT. *wn r and Uspaw, mgag buslnsi I a rca.cattable dent of I ernandlna Beach for and a fo in Highway
. the quiet dignity that M no necesnfnr .r)' Fund for >nd year I am a member I'.11: lor me wllh the ,' .IenfsnrVic I : of Registration, I .d In Vie ttmb tMsinen' my : fo.ntOU DOL-1 I Ivesrs. ridusllm from F ernun 1 In the May sth AUlhorlv.
inv "public ftrvunU A. par atrepresenlstlve ... Milliard Rotary Club, serving as pr'1" I them is their county comrnlsvloner I, the Democratic primary In JJIO.. sad Ill.. I Ol the '.*,' l four LASS. I Beach High School, class of IHW County election, Nasnu
lent In 1093 and IM3 Charles N Bennett will he S public I children, Your vot !!
anti I
1 would conduct my; I your vole met icllv lupport It 111' am married to the former Nadine I have hen
Mil In tIlls: urn muncf, btciiuM the Received. Man of Action' award In servant, serving our county fairly and ,u : forthcoming primary f"i a m.mbr thIn Cptieiui b appreciated. '1 Co"k rf I rrnin-flni I..rh dma ]'oiio'i' and* resident Nassau of P.rttmnt.

"person nOn fills tM'l01aaet I. In effect 1981. /I honestly and Wllh special privileges to Ir.ttt.'OI: thli Impirtint office i I SSKIt Sirfhd! .t the Ma.unle C. W. (CIr: ) BRANDIESHOSPITAL If elected vnur ('onMahle. I pro. over twenty ,. County for
you. personal lODtee.tttatltn and I.rr.ttdt't I. ; 1 pltdgt in efficient offlc when nine working to better Nassau rnl : v you the clllMrm of i miss faithful fulfillment of the dulles I enlisted In' .r. U. S. Armv
: "0.aa'aotwavawOlr'teet. altO will County I will **ek at ill "f 1 In 1058
as tvyiial of Macspa Count N.nasa C-nty tilt honor efficiency times to determine ti'l'soffina and ensure you, the end served .
trained personnel Assessing all tnneauo.fairao Your vote and support will be italy the rued nf lOg tchool I FOR TRUSTEE: people" of two and m e half year
people by nil with whom tit cornea In and according to the laws pertaining program and I Nassau Countv honest 1m In March nf I 'ai
---nl"cl ThIO I fed, lafurther dn A. In it J Just basis provittlruecen.ary appreciated to thli ofllr*. I will: alwajri attempt eo lbs I partial t.ntii'ourtaoon.e evtt'c' orablv ov.r.' 11M hon
wish from
I attended the fundi for th* progress 0i'Jaaua Th.nh, I wlnhet of th* pnopl*. Inter to announce lo voter of GLENN KITCHENS I, discharged .elv. duly
qualifications I RIft' keep regulsr office hours five \, isau County that "lh ,: I E. I am employed with
University of Tennessee while working County Its schools and all II. I N. BENNETT My desire la to help further develop am a eindldale Rayonl. ,
it k. whlih will for member ron it
p.opl.l'lIh no unneces burden 0".nvon. avnausee enable thoM progress"fnrwsrd of the Hoard of Trustees pcrafe and have been
ary 1
In mv n"n looking xluca I
PHV .xp.noe. .
,. nnd to always proteit )'ourhom..lud. having, bintfness with tOils office to attend 1.1 program. Such t of Humphreji Memorial Hospital, Dis FOR yeurs.
I im proud to ..V'lh'lI' I come from, lOll COUNTY COMMISS10NFR 11 tarn In a mvcnlcfit did by th* continuing pr.rm \'tl No, t' CO nARLF I am m.rl.d. g property o\\'ner,
the working elm of people and am 'Your vote and active support for anrnven courteous manner, r.che/ nih s.c.s.I K/.P< '' reallxt the Imnorinnya- of- chip n.1 1 This statement t -.I I* tt Inform mv I, and man engaged In T. II.
roe; lnollll'"o-: :;; ). I *m an" emoloore I businessman administrator and I wish tn announce to the voters rNassau / soul "U\r.LI.. I ,Iorotberp. .nd.I' I Be* In the olrlln";; of our hmplial i ''frenili. the people of Dlitrlds 1 I. 2, King Photo Shoo F Oman din. Beach
Cjrpnrntloir of civic leader dedicated lo serving pta, I County that I am' seeking the rote .00,511 and .iteIc; My only In you, tin ell! I, and 9. of my candidacy for the off Id'of I am a member nf the Firnandlna

America and have "arms with them : Oil' be greatly appreciated offlc Th're Court.y Commissioner, 1>I Itrlc.1 lo' I appreciate your tots sod ..... neon or Nassau County, to pOI lurm mv ', Constable. I earnestly solicit jour Beach Chamber of Commerce. member .
. since moving to Fernantllna ., subject to:: the May 5 i i For Supmlior of Rrflgratl| I I port 1 my behalf duties In the Interest and welfare of Cots and support in mv behalf I of Merchant' Asm former men; ,*
D. (
I am in active member of Local ) Democratic Primary j W. A. (AntM) HADDOCK all the oounu. I I feel thnt having served I ynur her of I ernandlna Heach' Javcees. and
415 Inlernitlonil Drothcrhood of Pulp I I was born In liewart County. I eorgla I. Dorothy Jeffrey nalogh wish to I I feel that my experience In meet Constable for four yeirs' worked with associated with the Florida Professional .

flulphtl. and Paper Mill Worker UnIon I FOR TAX ASSESSOR 1"or the past sixteen yeurs I have .nnounr* my candidacy for the officeof log and serving the public and my of I the Police II Department for 14 year I I Photographers' Ansn.'Foil .
BIT,1 I I am shop aIlment. for Mft been a servic station operator In ttopervlsor' of subJect FOR BOARD Or PJ.BLlCINSRCCON: fi. amP buslnest experience qu.ll..1 I and mv experience as Police Chief ofFernandlna rvnten d support will be
A Mo t of nil t hi>v* sincere Interest I hereb announce my candidacy Njssau County to the D.m..u. lei in m* for this office. Heach makes eve wtll I greatly .ppr..lot.d.ThAnk
. 'In th* people rf Nissan County far 1i..ElocUon to tire office 01 Tell I I am married to the firmer Cather Ploy, I served the public as a sub.clerk I qunlll.d for th* nfflc I seek I have vou.

ml I earnestly derive, to serv all th* AssessorAs los Mllner and we have two ions. May I was horn .rrJ reared In Fernon'dtno t whh to annocinc that I amcandldst a In the Callahan post Office fir four, I an extension i course In THOMAS H KING

people) of Nissau County. 'Tax Assessor I pledge to ill' i and Ed. I Reurh. the d.u.hl.r of thn for pMlectlon to the fflcti years: mv experience Includes I police work from the University of I
Your continued support I. earnestly fair and equnl assessments. In the I If Ito thI. higts oftire, II ear.teotly Mrt. Hell Jeffrey. ( reside at It i i I <,f Board of Public Instruction, Nassau three sears si secretary and book Florida.
tollelted, I future: ai In the past, I will b* a frlerrl'lo ', and stncernly pldg, that will I i iI South .h Street with my husband. I County, DistrIct II, tublect M the J k..per Inc the Justice of peace of ',, :I have a lifelong resident ofi j jI
GEORGE ? poRSEY everyone and will continue to I I I work for "Ihln, U.I, la good for tjohn Balngh' who li employed with Democratic primary May I. IM4 flee In Callahan; my business exper rn n.b".e m\n my own elec
screw: each and everyone on a fair and I N.u Cnunly. I ll-e City of I ertndlnn I each; an UI It hat been mv privilege o to serve. ala lances ar* two p earsonan Insurance contracting business I her and I I
Impartial basil Your Volt end actlne support will be 1 rector of Vehicle Maintenance, member of line of Public In.ntrontlnnt debit; two '.srsa bunlnesi pirtner I I ::1".I.o to be v, liable for duly

S FOR I have served it Tax Assessor tor .pp,'.''dl.d. I am a member of SI. Peter, l llor eight yean. with my husband lit our ..rv'ica cIa.lion orc. of Conal.hl it all times.

, HOISE OF REPRESENTATIVE 10 years and at 0 deputy tax assetrfor Thank you Eptsccpil. Church During I have tried to serve operation and presently'. ue own at, h.'her ad Am.ricnn .
4l I believe I R. II. (Bob) C4R1ERFOR hrrtl. ind opemte Its Lacy J Ranch and Legion Post 14 .
a yean honestly am I feel that I of In an efficient manner alwaji .. a member nf th.
pin ,
: I Claude I E Wlnnale, announce tint yearn experlenc Poultry Firm I ,
: the most qualified man to serv asyuar I Deputy to Mn. Marl the high honor and am presently tr.o.urer I Florida Peace Officers Association,
I seeking ra.elecllite fr the tec "' the Na""u BebelB
Tu A..or fctrusi. Supervisor' of I, Integrity of this office. Saddle< I promlne continued honest and
and term In the Legl.hlure us a COUNTY: COMMISSIONERWith :"n Club .
. I pledge to all of Nasnti County I efficient service o the people of Dlitrlt
member' of the House of Represent will continue wllh the Equallulnmprogram I Ike limply, qU.ln. me to If reflected to this office. I shallcontinua I have Iwo yracsatten dance ai'' 'ti I 12. and 3 nf Nassau County ifcneterted

t. lives from, NIKIIIU C only, subtrct to In progrets I will not this announcement I am seekIng to serve all the citizens of Northwestern Slate College at Nutchl I to the office Your vote and I A Icovirn, 01 's'nte, 01 ,
of If elected t I will .
:r7 the olf ice County Commissioner endeavor to man Nassau County, toches, Pol.r M.lrln.
Democratic 6th.t latingroceolynur Louisiana.If .
the Primary May bt scared h yacertuin. few I was I I turn the office support In my behalf will be greatly I Your 1..1 M"Ucll bocnmp ,.
D strict three if Nassau at the
level business
County high on In butinem like .t
a and frlen elected
I will
1M4. elected to do a lob and I Intend to on I' serve each of you I appreciate, lloriill Medical
P During mv first term In office I this Jab to the best of my ability, I I am anatltico f this c unty, having '. : which I .In now run, I ly manner.I to the bent nf my ability. J. W. (Jim) PETERS A.OI.tIOnFORCED
lived entire tile tn Yulee. Your vote will he nppreeMedDOROTHY .
f my Ialms
tied the distinction of being the only will not lose sight of common sense \I 1'1 ilncerelv appreciate your kloncenrl'RRWtiDL? I
5 freshman member of the H"use of He Judgment and f ...ur. you I will' not m' graduate of "J"ror High Sihiml EU'RE\I UHel,1, I vot.. .- _and- .onnnr.' __ no_ C. IU\'VV I FEEDING
I married to .
1 I
t pre..r..tI. lo serve onssr oct ,.I''D. partial In my duty. rslrarieLewis III BERT N.; VA\ZA\T I FOR CONSTABLE '
f committee during the first peclil reapportionment I I do honestly. and sincerely appre. and we are the proud parentsof For Supervisor of RlghlrtJol I Force, feeding of a child
a session I in I,- '' elate your confidence, vote ansup. two children I FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE I wish I announce mv catrlldiry 'I mist Ins will in mis-
. 1MO and agiln In the pecv.R' port I am'.I. have been eifgnied In I. Leroy Berrle. a native site nf FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEEI I wish invniikce thus I I 110. Constable for 1 II 3. Nus. OR usually a
im a can
I portlonment session In J.inunry I"til, Think You. I the packing business. kmwn asNassau rernsntllna ..aoh.I Ih to announce djdal* I ot the aim County In til. primary like. Mothers often worry (for
ft nrd of
a In 1MU I was among the In".r.a River Meat Packer, for the I my candidacy for the office of Rupo with' to annnic that I am t cm of m.mbe Humphrey Memnrlil IO I I '.11 thnt I im qualified fir this ( nomethiiiK wIl happen to
supporting the successful education I EDDIE McKENDREE psst nine years vlaor of neglstrntlnn, Nans HI C"untv, dimlote'' for reelection to the office of P tI7. Ommv, District I No office. having been In law enforcement a child if he one or two
C and eonservsllon. measures, Including''' My Inclination to serve you .. county In the coining Democratic Pilnury of Memolmer of the Hoard of Truitees ofimphreyi subject to in* Democratic primary :I most of mv adult life. serving meals Something I is likely
the recreation program fur th* entire commits! mer wai seeded within May S. I' Memorial Hospital' Nasu the 10r.
Moji. I. people
5 Slit of Florida FOR SIPERIVTENDEMT OF ci es.vcrntyenraaf't, In mv hurlncmis, I I was born In llruniwlck Ga. In .. County. District No Two, subject I am .a..llfeilng resident of Nassau lotS to 8001" hIU the '' to happen, to the child (forced to

5 rite other cimmllleei lOst I have I l PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I I hive traveled' Ihroudl- scum'I tl evarious Itu7( My p.reri. moved to ron.n.din. 10 the primary on MayI I Couny married.lo the former Dclores ment and from 1 191 I.pnlb the cat when lie docsn want food

: heen actively' serving on, ire: Viet I wish to annnunc that I am a can problem good people when won only five 5. Itib4. Terrell of Yule*, hare two children I I Fernnrfjina .. Poll. Department Appetite i i. variable. especiallythe
the C-mnill'ce on Drainage have, concerning; the duties nf th* old In I'K>8 an of tIm have hart privileged to serve
epidemic you for election M the offfcn oflupcrlntendent and now
. lr. nW''I": : I Ort : reside, at Rt 1. Box IJO, HII of anil there
Cmservallin: Commit of Public Instruction Board ot Nasiau County Commission broli out here In 9'rrnnn din,. fur th* past nx vsarsaaTrast'. Hard, 1 nu\e been employed by Container appetite a chil,

C i mann Elections! Cnn.lltuU,1, Nussuu County subject to the Domocratlo j I.r.. flct nonchildrnnclnlekonw Itt, this ind believe tru.t during this time the I am a World War II veteran; n>em. Corporation of America at the I Icr. I are many a child
a Amendments: ; Public Health; PublicAmusements primary on IM4. I feel, thai with my buslneii ..xper.I. much dreaded disease only myself andon. hvnpilai, hal mad considerable pro I I her of the Haptlst Church and i n.nd.n Beach dvl.l" for the past' apparent loss of appetite, '1'here
pu p
and Suit Water Conner I r.i: I.... I know all of other nurvlved, .., I d have
: I have tiUthI in Nu.ou you: th* farmer, grIt wood producer, y.araan lived In may he an oncoming Id"o8.'fhe ,
vatlon County fur III' past 11 pasta and have the businessman. the housewives, and I attended St Joseph Academy and 1 relected, I1'1 do mv utmost If elected, TV.HI try to make fair 'I tilni Heach for 1 years offered have
a I did not mist a tin*!* Commute served as Coach. and Athletic. Dlreoto I :: : She representative! of the varluu In. Ferr.jrimna Hugh School I but thered that the affslri are and lust decision on each Your vote .ul> \I .rnnn'l loot may
meeting during the entire session. My prc.snlstatua It that of Assistant dustrlei In our communitiesWith I my education In Daytona lieach I II. dueled In an Impartial sod bual and will .cooperate Ith other membersof pnblem I greatly "nnreolatedJESSE por been a disagreeable reaction -

e I sm nnw serving as Vita: Chairman I Principal, All.Ittlc Director and Coach this knowledge, I .111I..r.l)' and I asaisted. my father I" the In.uronr.bu.ln. ...Ilk* manner and 'lit the bet the Board, for your beat Interest (Happy) REGISTER' Ihe child may. lie. too
on the !Select House Committee on .t the Callahan School respectfully solicit your vott and unlll hi. death I" Stat then i I Interest of the citizens of Ntisau Your vole ind active lupport be excited or too tired to eat
a Water Resources, and am serving on My Interest In the school of 1If... support for county commissioner, IJis. ..I.t.d my brolher In the cot.lnl County. greatly .I -
e an Interim Committee of the sau C.url.y has been demonstrated by trltt three. In the coming Democratic lotnne.a I Ynur vote and support will b SIT DAVIS FOR OCEAN HIGH WAV AND I Not uncommonly the child
e live Council on Fisheries and Natural property owner and reside greatly srnreclated aPr 10 attract hy
,', mv .ictlv efforts to secure better *,lu primary 1 otlIrlmS "i.hl al.ntion
Resources. rational opportunities for the education Thank you far giving me this ul tin St", am married and LOUIS A FERREIRA PORT AUTHORITY refusing to eat He may experimenting

I have oeen dedicated to the cause of our )1outh. chance Your vote and actIve support h avesson, David 2'k' y... old. I ,I I FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE I II I, James M 1.Jllm I Illrd. Sr.. 1 with his power to
: of good government for you the finepeople till he mierply .ppr..I.I.d. feel I that I am well qualifier! to servt
If elected I will work hard to
j keep hone bvsnoouoca I wiih I lorI Ins )
I FOR HOSPITAL TRUSTEE th.t I am a eon .10 onnounc. my cpndlddcy impose will. rather than just
ot Nassau Countv II li with the I of Nassau -
t..obllAle people cuuitoutly
I J. F. ( CLAXTON county '
the ) '
public Informed and to discharge didate for the office ,
j ...I..ell.he iird of l I of Port Authority c.roup 2 to obey lola mother Practicallynil
"N much humility that I egiln ask your and efficiently .
"'" 1 ,, the responsibilities of the offlc nlSliperlnl.ndeni I. J W. iBullyl, Jones. announce mycandidacy Trustee of Humphreys Memorial I will endeavor to contact ill
Vole .an1 co 'n"oo Sliwwirt alerted your 8upervl.or 01 Ref. I children try th s trick at
In Interest
tne of I
for member of Hospital District
I ,
CLAUDE E. WINOATEI FOR COUNTY I wilt devote full the Hoard No.4. tered voters throughout Nassau
the eltleens of Nassau County l.tmUo. my tunes.
, to thli job 'f T Trustees f Humphrevt Memorial If reelected, I shall do utoo'l tv to the best of my ability, r.'I.//
No school' presently eccrttlted', will t wish to inrmuno to the voteri of I earnettly and tlncerelv Mint, Hospital Nasmu County District t. In continue to serve our hospital appreciate all consideration .h,, The nianner of handling such
; suffer 1 lot of eccredltatlenVwr Nasssu that I subject to the Democratic Primary on best Interest, I have been i In the Democratic
County .
FOR SHERIFF am a candidate I Primary orr 9If for
I your tupptrt In the coming Dvno l.y a try independence can be
vole and Mtlv miaport will .b* for tIns offtc 'of Nassau County Com frolic election; May 5t I uf your Board 01 Trustees .m. .
elected to this
t, John luy Barrow do hereby d*. grtatly appreciated missIoner District. 3. In th* coming Thanking you In advance for sin 49 pears of age, a I lifelong uary loll and It bleed bc.n. to the be.' orro. I will endcavor direct and; ) simple The moment

clare myself and my services to beat DEAN B. BLANKENSniP Democratic "prlmarl. vote and lupport your resident I of Nassau County, a high I pleasure to serve you In this cspu I and ability, to r'r the Judgmelmt duliea the child refusct food take it
the dlrposil of the good Chrlitlsn 1.11 feet I that th* vacancy thuS li "being LEROY BERRIE I chool ..du.l. end also attendedJonei clint thank you for your trust and and responsibility per away. and my nolhin/; further

people of Nassau inlr.' .Iin therefore I by H S, McKtndrte will I b* hard Business College ,, c.nfldenceI about it. ilai;
: I served for fto' In the I married I have been and always' will be Interested Thee \0 ger
announce to you a carrdl FOR BITERINTENDENT OF to fill because of hit quality, I hope urears am to the lorme Mildred
that he will do
date Democratic Wavy, I am, married. reside 1 Crawford ad I In everything for the betterment starve or Itimo.cdt -
5 coming prl PUBLIC INSTRUCTION that the voters ol Nassau Co"nly1111 For of Registration on cYn:1 w* are parents, of
a y.I"oht,* high offIce of Sheriff .1 i.1lit f find the quality I In m* as they hive In Suprvlll" Drlv and my religion Is ". three ions. Wt are active members und progress c f Nassau Countv Inrin)' ",ting a meal or
aasatal'nun ty, I lorlda JoIn T Wclsntr I la I candidate to him I will try t n follow the better I. (IT.n.) Haddock an, I am presently employed as of the Ephesus Baptist Church at I am avelenanc f World War 2: two I If tim is determined

I am ready willing and ibIs to tilt succeed himself. it County. Siiperlnundent men that have gone before m. nit,,.* my candIdacy for the olfct of yeomen Mechanic In the Maintenance I Kings Ferry serving 11 the Nivv for 44 moths, 28 nut to be overwhelmed

my place and In take my rnepn.l' .f Public Instruction HIt Was I belIeve In working hard to obtain Supervisor of Registralon of N..u Dennrtment of Ravonler Incorporatedand I 1.0. director of tht Milliard Med of which was oversea*. by a small show of rebellion he
blilty In our Counlv. I have a hurolelI elecled to the "offlc In IMI foal and If elected. I will work \hard bounty have been to employed. for the Center: a director of the Nassau I am a member of St Peter. Epls i I II ,
S ... d..lre to put dignity Into lbs eherullsI A farmer teacher eoaeh. aol principal lot'' II,. betterm..t of the c..unly.Yo. I hive lived lit Nassau County for pist 23 years County Farm I'u.ou' : rh.lrmnn III I copal Church' belong to F. and A M I Ia will tire of Ins performance. A
office. In the public schools Wessner ., VOlt and support will be appve.a 'the yean. I waa edui ,ited In I 0 ovsa.rVe d four terms as presl the Nissau County Fir Pr.v.nUon I 'nets, Loans No 47, the ParentTeacher I II normal chill wilt eat when he.
has used this practical :: umf lent of Local No 114 if International comooiltc. I Association and IBEW.
experience ela... the li of thin county attended t : ; a proper ly ouneract gets (
A Is
true fherlff not a racketeer a In hla work, not cnlus'ttkfacalthshut JIAROLb FREDERK"1t It College fir 2 I 'rlh..hooel of Pulp Sulphite and tuxpa>er. I *" '" aoll I hllliry.
.. mob leader, i 5; chief A true, with slate school officials: from I am tu K t'. Haddock yu. and Pnper Mi Workers, May I say that I do, and will con I .m married to the former Margaret I If a cluld refuse to eat ornimowa
a sheriff Is like a knight l In shining urmor all of whom h* has had excellent .".. live at 41* South 6th Street, S I myself to the duties nf thli tlnue to, appreciate jour vote and .". St.wot. who taught In Fernnn I a 'lal appetite o beyond

.: operation FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Heach I .m a member erna.din. I iffliand will sincerely appreciate I lisa ipport In this campaign, and lieu Beach ichonls from 11:IB to 1147 I a period day or two, he
It li that honor II li that dignity, Welsner: said that should! h* b* r.. first Baptlat Church. tl. r your vote cod active support .rrvice 10 our hllspll.l We are parents of two children, Jim should be taken
,'a..., I" that I, John Guy Burro am dcttrmIned eleoTd he would. crmttnim" to exert I. James T. Nails have qunllfled Before deciding to offer asa J, W. (Bully) JONES B. C. ttlrnnhri) LEWIS iv I?. and Autoie Jean. it, i to a phsichnto
lo put I Into t this .high; j officeTheref : every tffort to fine Nassau County for the office rf. ounly Commissioner I canrilrint for the mvel I I imvrd lid' _Nissan Caunly all_ clclcrmilQ the reason
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"re, I humbly lollclt your students public school teaching fa from District 3. I' studied the duties Rell.tor''I.5 - -.v.
helpl With vour help and wllh null n.equa I to any In the state: I I sm 4fl veart of age' I .'1'llu nfNsisau this office I feel that I am well qua!.
5.-- help, I will serve you well lIod'.I.I from both en Instructive and h.I' County for 21 years lied to discharge these duties to your
I If you will elect me to the cot standpoint been employed bv Container Corpora sntlsfictlon J
flee of Sheriff you can rest assured He: slued that ill the schools of tl -n of rernnndlna I Beach for the pant i I will sincerely, I appreciate your vote
that there will h. rights for the nun Nassau County were fully State ic 23 years and a home no' 1 tat of confidence lit the MJV Bin primary, "
orlty, rot etfthertilir fly. courtesy credited and that the three largest paver for the punt lit years, KV1IIR1N (Time) HADDOCK I II
lo all, liberty and Justice for oil. And chooli In ths County were accredited I am married! to the former Lettlele ]
0 ..onomy ,in o.r""rnl, by the Southern Assochilknn ofCoMeics Hlgglnbnthnm of Milliard Florida, I
on and Secondary Schools the daughter of Andrew J, H RKmbotham I
If you select. me to b* your Sheriff For Supervisor of Registration '
.Vnutlsnrentaeurg it that the Asked what his platform was he a former sheriff ol Nassau
Nassau County Kill go prestigeof and replied: Nassau County's b nuano it County' We bass 3 lighten wnuh I am, a native cf Irwln C\uirtvi I
up up
un. Your suppirt Is Invited, It will girls d e..evesneduc allan equal tn have and oreitteO ding the public .eorgl hut have flare.lent of
en I log be remembered Your Informs unit received by any other student schools of Nassau Coutv I Florid I fr: 11 ve.irs ntl poor' of I
.5.. lion and your questions. and In this Slate or Ion. I am work I sat in ictlvt member of the Hed which hive been in NassauCi
.... >cri will be appreciated, yourpru Irg, and will continue to work for I IFthli. Nuptial Church and of the Yulee unlv. COMMERCIALPRINTING
their Interest TA 1 rchlcle at 103 South loth Street In
JOHN GUY; BARROW I JOIW T. \\EIS\ER Mv.lnl..1 In the welfare and Hit Fermm.liru. Beach with mv hu.rijncl

... progression of our countv. w itO the Henry t KIl hel.I ho Is a cnptiiln.
I tlesi ha serve my felluw citicros, tamy with the ". Botch Police I
FOR SHERIFF :I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER pledge 10 you aa a .ndld.1t lor Department We are the parents cif
offke two ions Milliard Kitchens of Iliuketo.Ila. I
I. herehv "omens a candidate I hove qualified is t candidate forth I promise If elected to this office Hilt in L Kitrhen.ufFec.
: fr the office of Sheriff' of Nassau I office of County Commissioner that I will be honest, sincere. Just androoperative .jn.'W.;, ,

County 1 In the coming Democratic. prl District No. I ernandina, Beach) In and will fulfill "mv dutlei I my In servIng

:: mary In the omlng, Democratic, primary of this very Important office, In a pro.iresslve the pulillc. both I otturown hu.lne. : '
for offering. myself as a candidate. I I have I been a resident of Nassau but economical manner In JjckKinvllle far 3 yeurs and II
the this lull Imp."Hurl office. I do 10 wllh I County for over 16 years, I am a sue I earnestly solicit your vote andPopper I YUr with a firm 11 Fnrcundltma : I

Iff office understanding that the .Sher c'ul bUHln.ndn, I" I'.n.ndln.I'.rh." tot the office. I qualities ". 10 nerve ipably
and t If elected will' require mv lull Time also an e nplc ye* of RuyonterIncorporated of County Commissioner from District __ Yllur $ulmrrvinnr( of Rexislr, II", I
: ai your Sheriff I: pledge: : 3. :, If vou see fit la I ucente In this respomible '
that I
will give I fulltlme
To my services I am I Ir crested 'In th* good adminItlrallon JAMES T. NALLS uoilllon, I will I curry out themcessary :
the liws
but he lair and
i In i
Imparltul with cif County givernmenl 1 fur altthe dul. a n'lnne I
everyone on mutters people, with n thing to hide and will I reflect ito yiu voter .t
lining tn the Iy. I IIi
attention of the
lIft office I will hide nothing from the pe >ple I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONI : and the countv a whole
can and will womb with other Coinmis. Vi urvvtenn.1 eliCIted la eoticuied,
To always keep In mind ltd I nona .< "Or.. fur efficient county government wish I announce to tile voli-rs nf be deeply appreciated
will servant of the people. and as such I, Nassau County In it I am i caodid.ite. .neI I Thank you, 'i ,! :
loomed conduct the oftlct.' nit an exper luur vole arJ active support In my for member of Nassau County Commission LlCILE KITCIIFNS
business I
m hauls
in Saving I b.h.1f111I be fclphlv annrecinted. District 3. In the coming .,
taxpayers thousands

low I will.nlo' cooperate fully of" the ether I ODELL--- DEES Democratic If elected primaries I. pledge that I will con I For Siipervl of RrKlntratlnn Is A Specialty With Us
0 00"" : led'r.l, tlnue to put lonmyeve ny effort
slate and mumilpalllies, I will aolopersir ; lleano'' Honerts hereby an
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER best Interest of ournnu rOy as 1 I j I
speed trips In this county I b cindldncv fir the office ol
Commissioner I cloneai
. mr allow to I wish I announce a to the votn of as avselway. nn'
any operate under nf nf N".u
, a my a private citizen or elected offic lal l lI R'alol.lon
JurisdictionA Nassau County that I candidatefor
)' 51 rt FrIpull. '
feel I know the needs of
sense of talrnesi In dealing wllh I the office of County ('ommlssloner srln.caa.o our county ., .uhJ.c I
through m'ialIon wllh Its
our bunch and Iwath for District I, subject to the M.I I of 4
visitors If we ) problems. h"ivtng been In business at I I am 14 means old veteran
are I ue.nttnuerece iuite, our fair primary ears Military during theKoreiiT
Yulee since I nf 12 S.rvl.
heafec with
( of ihla train H,ivlng note held nn elective nfflc and also my Win:; am mm and have 4
""w.ver. nil flagrant tn fflc law I In District I In N, spa u c, rnnlv for li school boird from 11141\serving til on.Ja"yourI I children: presently M.injee the I'crninrltni .
vinlntori. b"th out 11, Htute und local years during which time" I was In .. rith Mmlnture ',olf Coursere .
1115.1 now member lit
will he III>preh.n.leei and brought to close contact with, the Hoard of Coun Nassau am County serving It ecrea lion C"m"I." .Kle nt II' N,'rlh 15th St In lernin Check your supply of Letterheads, Envelopes, Business

.. tv Commissioners I feel that I urnquulilled ama, sin.. loPe drn,1 Hi',uh, intl I am a n.mhe uf the
tjulIr. personnel I "'11h.\ esrefullv I to hold this very Import'ml The utility Is 1 lurlc and the time In M"ul."e Meih.KlIM, (hur'h, 1

.. un'l.I properly trained In Ian position promise: ; If elected to this nfflce. J i iI short V oarvceao but II'll. d try support to ace will all, of be you F rrtt 11" .uulirj l I nerved lie,ah in Junior Prcmdent'Ch'"lhe' nf the 01 I Cards, Office Forms, or any other kind of printing you

:I Yiur vile and active support will I I that I will n'r mv undividedattention : I Ii predated. tip'I 1 Comripr'i'ilTmm"..... old an I Dlr..t"r, nn ,
be sincerely 'appreclited 'II' all tines 1 conduct hleichYat'e senior Chaio''
: i the I\\ of this office In a progresslv JAMES S. (Jimmy) STEVENS ,,'e In inca I nerved ai
II 8. (Herb) McKENDRFK ,
: ... :_ : /, *. eeonomlcal, and equitable' manner ', Area' of H Slate wide Oueran I may require and if the quantity is low just give us a COils
giving the best pissibl' secvicqIn n HtKlitrillon PrAr.m. a project I
the people of this county FOR COUNTY COMMISSION! designed I to enc.>ura.e nvirsiratiiinn .
FOR SHERIFF I I am acatidee /,,, of Nassau I Distlrfgulshert '
at I w Ish I announce e to the voters nfInssuu In IHLI: I received the -
This I Is I announce County and have lived In this area all Countv thai I the Servlie A usa
a my candidacy : urn seeking I
"n to succeed m .self as sheriff of Nasusu mytil., I hav always been a Democrat office of c luntv 'omml.'oner' from oelei I led ai the ; 'dmnd: I'I'I

2 County. subject to rule of th* May the filth I nth l district, Man ot lIce Year ter.ndln.
U have
Democratic primary I am married the father ot thretchildren I was hern,, an,Ireure it In Nassau I "'lrh, we printed for you before, a phone call will start

I believe thai my twenty.mur years a hnme uwoeran it a taxpayer, Count and I hive been engaged In I otti a member of Ih. 9'ereandloo
.1 experience In this office qualifies m. I solicit r.'ruhrt: and support In the timber business In our county' I'.e.K Parent.Teacher Auscintiost antI I Ii

.1 to serve you In matters of .law my behalf officeC. nine"* mv graduation from Callahan urn .. v.ervingas IK Health I
and on my record 11 your p. Rmly> RUTISHAtSER: High School thirty.fiur year ag > ('h"lrm.lI1. I served as an Ar i Co- our presses turning as we keep a complete file at our

sheriff fir the past six terms. I re*. I feel that I am qualified to know i Cham nolan of the recent .. P,>Mo ,
I pectfully request your vote and sup mind bundle the problem of our eoun Immunlratl, Program. Nnr air p..j
vi port FOR COUNTY COMMISSION ty air I I II III appreciate your vole und roll serving of
: 'ni: of
In Ih* "past I sh carry I., John !.. I Fred l Armstrong Sr ol lupport Nasiau: aC Project I fingertips all printing produced in our plant.
onAh: "
duties of this 1rrn: : a digit!. Callahan. did qualify on March 4. 11114 D. P. BRADDOCK '
fled efficient, and competent mannerwllh ', for the high office of County Com m,.. I llljl..d.. the ala Ir.
fairness to ,alt| and special. favor sloner' from District Nn I and repr I of office actively .
to tenting all of N asian County ctillv. andllh the riigirttv deferring ,
none I shall .0,1 raviruta II hues" FOR COUNTY : .
:.J' to employ the must con'potent I was born In Milliard .'1... ftb 21, COMMISSIONERr nf office .
ties. U Is possible to depu. tall. married to lIce former I am a life ... I If vou feel thin I pnssesi the qualItles
Our take
1 am mv own campaign secure' treasurer i.Brv''n.] snd w* have fetus thlidr Bounty. married to the fnrmer. Helen 1 'I demnua f thone who should printers pride in their work and you are assuredof

and the Florida N.lional. Hunk Is nt four boys and omi girl, Four of Keen and have five children. am a pm ..rv in Public Office Your vnl* and
depository" lit compliunet w itt Florida my our children attend the CalluhanIchool pert owner and active member of tuppirt of my Candidacy will b*
Election Lawt My' oldest a son.. Is married he Baptist Church and Lions Club, sreatlv opprem'loted
0 ,I. II. i VOLNGBI.OODIt's to the former Linda Ann Thomas Rust president Nassau (ounty Poul DON BFANO" ROBERTSFor a neat, clean and accurate job.

; I sm self emploved mv business Association member of Florida
being located In Ih* center of Culls. Egg Commission yeurs
C .ham M U. S No I and No. 301 chairman Poultry 'IVI,7r:, V e: Supervisor of Registration

Time To Think of I im a member of late Callnhiir l'loridu Fair and Callahan PT A. I I. h.rhv. announce ai a canrlldnl
rim eased Churn: Vsc*.President I of Supervisor nf Regis. :
I own and have operated t business 1f Ile. "
Storing Winter Garments! of the Callahan Chamber of Com successfully throughout the and 'trill,in ..... County nuhjet-t Ia'' PHONE

.. pledge a businessma's approach Y.I. to the MI 9th Den ', Primary
DRY CLEANING 'MV pledge to you .will be honest, the duties of the County Commission. I ., horn and reared In Nassau I
slns'er. unit tonI I. partiuml to no on. particularly In the field of Count and am the dlOhle of the lute 261.3686
I SPECIAL and co.cpnrativ.: with everyone.Naomi with the ditermlniill,m of l.xlton. .LomeI! j,>ni am the wife I
bee salted by ncmeroai dollars value fir each .ell"l of ton L. ningate, tir ; mother ot tvodiughiers
$1 For 8 Ibs. .,.,>pIe over the 'OU"ly 10 roashlnr plus giving my undivided dolllrn ..nt. und a son Pant: Matron ofCnllahaiT I or
this high off In, I have attended ever to the scgallrttinen. In I I Chapter ; of" Rusted
4 Month of April Only IM past years. many meetings of IhecxmmiMlotiers Nassau County with Hir; a Itu tines, "" ..; and am' ac 1 1I I 261-3687 FERNANDINA
I ham iludMd their man and honestyYour .ourl.y.. .o. live I I erlnican d hU aff.nrs. T amnn I II ': .,i' LEADERiticaIAnnouncemOnts
ASKINS I budget for the past years, active meniher of the t'ailabatttIplmnl NES
ad I Ay any chance I doir'l get to visit ; vot, and support mill be .p I Church.
each' ef you "personally. it It not tic.cuust predatedLouis
: LAUNDROMATSouth : It elected, I promise to perf>rm the
I hove not tried but because of Farrrg HlKglnbolham duties of this I office I in an eflicteOlrourteouann ,
Iht short time allowed Pleasiyour support d pie, manner. I
: Street 1 m. ilk vote and let
o m* support >
fairnen to all and
edire *
a d.eptOrl
: ,
yoU on the board of County ( onimlsIf ,
COJ.NT rMMI'nOSR cern for
OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY your convenienceI
: j ii. "F. (Fred) ARMSTRONG. SR. t nn ", fop the stIlts ofCountv feel thaI my previous' experleneeij
ComiiilSKloilcr. Filth District In dejluig with public iltlgrtata, Ui Um

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: I rernamliiu 1 lii-mli: I Mriula 'l'hUI'Hl"IpI'Il 2, lOCi -- Pago Eleven

I to work...- -""-'-4 IISTED I IWANT

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MONZA 19113 OORVAIR Sports CUTTING: AND TURNING soil I heir nippiirl but we don't know qiiale library facilities as they PERFECTION SALAD

AD RATES Coupe, 4 speed shirt. fully cqulpr Anything from lawn to acreage Too To him much mill seem unrnnrrrnod are unh stlinols( clhn tlc nnd liv. 1 cnMlnpc gduiln i2 tablespoonsi .

.H per word .75 minimum pod Dralt Hiatus, mutt sell Con. Phone 2fil-32j8 or see at 106 S. Late ClassifyBY .s to how our stale rompuir Infi ndillons. I I II.

Cut of Think, Rowlutlou tact Henry Gilyard, Sam. to I 7th. A9p with the nation as fir as library While our imKrrsltipi and col. : < cup cold water

ud Similar Notice* pm. 22S. 214, after 225.0230Yulec. WASHING MACHINE; REPAIRS RUSSELL KAY farlHIIes are rnncerni'd I ICBCI, our high schnnli! and some '. cup mild vimcnr/

.I per word IUO Minima A2c At the present time Florida I Is grade schools maintain libraries 1 Clip bolllnfl outer
,-. any make. Stoves cleaned I This column Isn't concerned' Is no library In the stile thou ,

Cal 261-3686 or 2f 1.tAR7: 12 FT. BOAT AND TRAILER, Vlth Buy, sell,, rcppir! \ ed furniture with "This Was the Week! That would be considered adequate according spending $1.17 per rapitn on library most of them are undertlalfcd and \ Juice 1 of 1 Irmnn cut In smaQ
celery (
nnllnnal with insufficient funds to do Ihe cup
or place ad at office new 5 hp Clinton motor. $150. Ph. Hester, Yulc ,15.5294. tIc i W..." It has to do with a "weeko 19 the standards of the lerYI'pltlle lhi !
average Is II82. Far really adequate jib they are supposed to do Our : pieces I i
Phone 261.5878 tIc be" National Liberty Week, American Library Association
511 Afili Strwt I library nrrvloe the AmorU Parent Teachers Associations have 1 cup pineapple cubes

HELP WANTED \prll 12-18 Public apathy Is our greatest can Library Association rccom- I been extending a helping: hand to I >i cup sugar

While I don't In for "weeks" handicap. W* need to awake to '
go iltunllon but t 1 Pimento chopped !fine
FOR RENT rotunda $330Phvuloul: rectify the they can
FOR'SALECnnIUAHU. as a rulo this one I can approve j the importance of Die library to do It 1 alone soil until an arousedpublic 1 teaspoon salt
fnrllllles of I
SALESMAV: IN RETAIL establishment for I am sold on libraries and ,our community/ and arous public a library dtmnnds Hint Florida bt I 1 Clip finely shredded cabbage!

55 X 10 HOUSE TRAILER. 2 bed. Opportunity for advance. their Importance to us in creating support I uf a program I Unit will should fit the program of lihl'ol'ynervier I placed on an equal footing with 1. Acid vlnconr, lemon J J'Ie(',
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pUnpy, female, AKC. I A library Is not joist a
ment. Write Dox F C/O News and Its cltl-
CrnitMt Mrs rooms, late model, Plnecrest a t.etlllrI ) Id. give our rummumty I the rest of the nation we must sugar and salt to Rc-latlnc: stinkcd
Jim Is service tl the
Wilcox building It i )
Drive, or phone 2614764. subdivision Phone 261-3003 A2p Leader He FlorId mliiht well liii|) and tins the kind of IIbra, srivlts whule community, the .tuh'l1t. file continue to hang our heads In In cold water, and dissolve In

-- --- -- WAITRESS Must J ib over- 21 count I Its cbanije us far al likiar.. they ore entitled to rasrarther, tlto average rlllacnwhcllicr shame end admit our deficiency bol 11 UK vnur and cool\,

rro1' SMALL. FURNISHED: house across ion punterm-il fur and Mont nf rurognltf) the fact and whin the mInt) Ire
2963 WORLD BOOK are political us : became 2. Strain
Apply In person. Blue SPas Restaurant Ins Interest Is popular If you wont' lo help, amrinuir I
Encyclopedias and Word Book from Keystone Hotel Phone ::11>1. tIc f public apathy, have served to tint libraries are \I 01'111I'hilo but I flctlun:, or ultirallonal: I fInd ncUiill-::: nf Friends, of the LI- I II begins! to set, ndd romaln'nu'' In-

Dictionary Can bo had by lak. 4689. tic ___ I I place us In very pour light wI! have nut lomermd ourscUt' Itt subjuls brary" A. ol'laUlin. Ask your, lor..illlbrmlim iirtdlenls Turn Into a mold and

log up pavmrnls Call Newt MAKE PARTY PLANS: now to attend compared with the reid of the I with how they are built unit maintained Florida his a pcipulnllonif I about It. Juln Iud dill, I thill

Leader leaving your name and EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Spring Time Follies Dance, I I country We should be ashamedto We know that a small I orally five million only uhuut, your putt tn !live Florida the It-1' 3. Serve on Icttutc leaves \ultn

address for furnished North Fletcher Phone admit It but the fait Is thereon rtii n of our tax money goes to salad dicsslnx.
Roy L. Crosby Dis. Tenacres April 11, 9 30 'til I :30. pi number have Illiiaiy mTViie II ill'servos.
61.31186.. tfc _. -- ____ __ d___ half of thiit! bury .....
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to call you Ale! smite avjlliiblcEiry -
'57 CADILLAC cnll -:-: FURNISHED Bedroom, living .w- I tlumiilitful cillTini ru"<'K- PUBLIC NOTICE I IMllirK PUBLIC NOTICE
now 64 MALE b FEMALE' To enjoy the ,
room. kitchen and bath Phone nines the liiipiiiluiuo nf Illniiilis OF INTRNTIONTO NOTIfF TO ( RSriilTimSIIOIIID
lag $39;. Florida Bank music of Max:' b.rman On.hel.tra. KTri THI

Fcrnandlna Bench. tic 845.3566. nc April 11, 'Tcnucrcs A9c tvoiy liltili sthoiil ami cnllime' Kilt MAKR IINAL AI'Pllf''f'sIIM lIHt'IMRl.l. IN Til" 40IWT III" THF r<>"VTtJl =

--- -- sludint, lorry one concernul ullh rIOHIIX STTI''%' '>.MIN 'III.F. NAKSAI' (''' )NTV, H.(MI-

1901 TWO TON: Fod-P;: pulpviood YULEE UNFURNISHED; duplex any proliltm that culls fir lu- ('IIHT OK THR OlNtV lIteR I IIIlAnshU IDA IN PK01MTC.
house. Large rooms, 2 bedrooms, PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE RELATING TO SALE ('OINTV, sTAlE topI In rei, bilsle, nf
truck 310 case craw U'r tractor, search knows" the Importincp ut acumpitLiil I PHIIIIATEIn * dinette, living room, carpet, utility NOTICE FOR IIIDIINOTK IIIIKIDA IN lint Ingll'lms
3 years old 2 Pouljn chainsaws lihtury suvUe\ nut I re Iht '. All rreriHort ind reruns
room Near Terminal Bag. $45 E"t:,:" gIven that the. mflroiiolllin IIAITIh M, .Nr'JIUIf.! lleresildTo I nr Demand Asalnot slid Fs-
Phone iirtiin
225-5105 A2cfoMATcTpLAVTS Board of Hum)'hri>v> Mem OF BONDS onlv for DIII '01.,
month Phone 225.5374. A2c ,,rlul Himpiul vtlll realve blili until but also Inc our small! communities All Hloni II May tunrtrn lull: You nnd curb nf you nrt hereby
10.00 A Moo April Ie, 1104 for the fur Notice Is hereby given
fcr salT 213 I final rf>blind and required Onranottuttp
ONE OR TWO bedroom, furnished Uninf at DlfcPLNbER' BULK MILK as well I II Muv Link filed tee ul,"AHlli'l. claims 1 1 and dtmsnds which you. nr
tht eMail
North 13lh Phone 261.3286. A9p ld Inititutlim .on a yooriy bum Notice h! hereby given that the official mttt wllli a Admlnlitratrlii either nf. you. map h eveagulno t thtestutt
Show community
apartment Private entrance 421 t'.If.l: .rtj upoJllltnllbni, may be ob-; I me a M. Anderson, dtcenitd; that shl nf. MarY C. 00'.". dt' <- ..ed.

FOUR ROOM house on Rayon Rd. North 3rd. tfc mined from tnt office ol ht Admlnli InK of the Florida Development Commission, good library and I will s'low:\ you I' said ptlltlon for final discharge the H notable, und lull nf laid lbs CoonhyJudgs :
will npplv I In ntu.'v.:
that site' :
trator. All bldi must b. italcd. thnt Is RnlHR plaeosPtllcvc : : <,4 Nassau FlorMa, this
Large lot. Terms arranged Ph. .Ie.r'j a community / I, K. Weathcrford, County Judge olNmaaii ;
: ly marked and filed with the Tallahassee Florida will be held on April 13 houasofiOid
FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS apartment not but Industries! I t Rondos, nn the nfflrt In ht court
381-5421. tfc trnfr wltiiln the Hint allowed It or I ountv' "fT)1: it Ftrnadlnt Beach Florida,
I County
tor rent. 4 rooms with bath : Board serve the runt lo reject| 1964 at 3:00: p.m., in Room No. 1 at the 'concerned with !flndinif a II'rallolll' I dun of nd April, fur, I'KM final dlschiiriti for ,p as A>l I. wlhln sm calendar months from the

RED BRICK HOME behind high Plenty hot water. 110 South 6th DATLD ojiu nil bias THIS' ZUTH DAY or 1'h'l Cherry Plaza Hotel 431 East Central Koule. are as mm'h concerned with ade- snne mlnlstralrlx< of the tutate ,of II,,it lie M Hint of thi first publication of inch cl Inn of this or
folIos Two cupid
school Three bedrooms, 2 baths. St. Apply ups taira, 112 S. 6th. tIc 1014 1-- Anterior. dvrtased, on this 2iltn du) demand shall bt in writing and shall
for C. W. llrandiM yard Orlando Florida. All bids for the pur. "NOTICE"NOTICE 1"1 March IDM and
large living room with fireplace, PUBLIC sAnnlt May Cook slate lbs place ol' residence port
2 bedroom C. W Brandies, Chairman / and
ONE claimant
separate dining room, kitchen. ) Rood Revenue Bonds of II I AHmlnlstrutrm of' the estate of alli rneddrses
chime of $125,000 APPIirTHNFOR
Hoard OF
of TrusteesHumphrey the claimant hIs
shall hi sworn la by
duplex apt. Back of Cournon'aSIncC I '""". M Ando.on. it. '.' .
den combination Memurlal Hoaplol TAN IKBI I miMhy
Carpets and attorney accnr n
$170S S Points Gas heat Contact It 429 Nassau County and nil bids for the purchase!' NOTICE IS HFRFBY I.IVFN. Ihnt 4, .l'lII. t.. I. II agent 1 filing let of one dollar and turn
equity will trade :
I C. A loniiiklni the hnlrler of ibm fnlImlng 'I-: Jtinsnd not filed shall lit
I so
for beach lot Phone 261.5008. tIc Gene McCall or phone 2615649A2p PUBLIC NOTICE of 14,800.000 Manatee County Rond R\ I rertlfUales has flltd saId rtrtlflcilts PUBLIC NOTICE V"'d' .
for a Inn dad to ht Isiutdthereon Mil Wilkes
itl Verne
Bonds should be addressed to the above CIRCUIT/ CO!'RT, It ANDI
'W OLDS, HARDTOP NOTtCK TO CREDITORS enue The rertlflcite, numbers and W'" THE: Vtrnt Mat WllkeiAt .
power TWO ROOM unfurnished house. .LORID A STATITES official noticeof > year. of I Ixiuanct. the dtsrrlptlon nf OR NaSMI'. rnlNTV FIORIDAINIHANCFRY Evtculrls of tht Snot Will
steering/ and brakes, automatic IN THE tUUHT; OF THE COUNTY location in accordance with the the property and the nan-ei In hlih Case NO ItDITHR and Testimint of

transmission, r h, (MS Contact I I 3 BOOM FURNISHED garage IDA, IN FaoBATB bond published CERTIFICATE: NO. 20 Year of Issu COMPANY UF AMERICA: ; a .orpor.'j C. rhnmpson. Jr
Humpty Dumpty Ranch, Yule. In rei Kittle of I nee I 111&11I..rlpllo" ***** Attorney fur F.erutrlxtun
Age I apartment JOHN! L, KATHIE, D........ of Properly, Int M Rerlion : Atlintlc Avenue
__ Florida Development CommIssion Name In which osnrsMd C. R. AlfisitO'' I.. ethICS and CIANNKLIo"KI' : 27th t""*
ur unbinds AI.ln.1 Bald Ba.late March
ANTIQUE CHINA and glasses ] SMALL ONE bedroom, unfurnished p't 4a. H.ruloia. roof 5 ': III "N'r. bit wllp, .lId. I Flmt pulilitJtlun 3.28, 4.2. B. IS
I .
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1253 S State of Florida losu.I ..wo.. ...."'. ..... ...
Fletcher A vc. Phono 261. bouse You and each you art hereby required of The CFRTHICATC NO. 16 Year of I. -
nr' DI.Rlllonll.
3831. tic fr -tfft to prt any clvlmi and de I 'mci 11101flencrlptio,5 '
Lnl Dl 90ev.
n' Property
masOn r either ol vnu.
TWO ROM furnished apart. may hive I".af t'I:: entute of John T W WltherlnRton \ linn. M twp 1 run.a li : STAcK: 1)1' FUlHIUAl:
NEW, 3 BEDROOM house, lot 200 merit. L Battme, deceuied lule of sOd Countv Ky : i I Name In which a..e>aed 11 F. PelteIjn 10 : AUBRFY L. BLOUNTIHJI JOHN E. ( Jack )
Holmts. Roll | rkwayBruoksvlllt
Liulnvlllt 4. Ken :
to lbs County JudgnotNussou Bites Street, '
ft. deep on old Fernandina Rd, Secretary I
K r. SA3LMAN County Horldj. at hia office In the tur'kv I

at ONell School bug, mall, PHONE zti-mi court tioua of said County ut Fernun 328. 4-I CERTIFICATE: No I IT Year of IolaW 'l" .NEVtf*ole 111(1: Rr.oUNT I MATTHEWS
church. Bank financed. Ph. 261. am. Beacn landS. wltnln six calendar inn lion? ,
tola H-lnss Run Parkway
monthi from the time of the tlrtt I II flet'ritIinll| nf Property" Lot VI Sto- "
3943 or 261.4743. tic ONE LARGE; BEDROOM horne ,publication$ of this notice. Two copiesof I lion I sup IN rand 24 flr'o'hsnuiie Tor (Governor
unfurnished $35: month Completely each claim, or demand skull be In Name In "huh iiHicaKCil Fmvard Aleoundila I Virsitfa:'' I I Best Qualified)
I hOe" f.'. Singer Slant Needle writing' and thai) ntute the of I W imvce Authnrlred by Cunpiim, Tr..ur.rP.ld
place_ -- .
renovated. 261- -- -- ,
Phone '
7. Cullf ha lore fliC I 'beams I you in los aa'n.enlilled I
re.m.n. an. 011 J" anore. 0' : :
p"Nt : Pol Adv.
4109 or 2615412. tfc I the clMlmnnt. und shall be aworn. to considered, and the Hands Kill' bt i|1 I f'J>;HIIFirA1t. Nn W Your of Ifcsu romeo d that you are re'
tike new, In perfect condition, zlgZREI bv the rljilmnnt, hla agent, or allnr PUBLIC NOTICENOTICE awarded la tht bidder uho.e hid l prn anct lUMDeairlptlnn mitref, tn file: your iniutr with in* iC I I
R iiliW" :. I and acconpinled, lee dui' the loweiit nh erentr'o t after, dtduttlng of Property Ixil 1 lerk of this Court and In serve a
makes buttonholes TV by a films es
DOES APARTMENT of one dollar and auin claim, or da NOTICE IP' II0NO RAI.E i tht premium, offered, :If any: I Cornwall Sur Seillon, :U loop 4 rungt copy th.....' upon Ii,. plilnliff, or
TilE WORKS original price $300. downstairs, 2 bedrooms private I mand ct so filed ahull be void. 5120110 101 ereuten tht premium, If any will I I '4. plilnllffi alliirntvs. whom naint" andUflrirtna

Balance $6330 Responsible party entrance. Phone 2614227. tIc Haul J. .Hauls DEVFIOPMENT: nut he considered. ns deductible! In I Name, In which asHtHSpd A CRped ,Is Ulmtr, Munhlinn Florida. Na."n,1.Kent. TERMITES
As administratrix of the Fsti.'e ol COMMIS"IONROAD delermlrlng lbs net Internet con!. In 77 irguerlle Ave Mill Valley Aihiir at Bill tn
take over payments of $7 month John L au III... demeaned RFVUSUF BONDS OF determining the net Interest cost Inlcrtsl Hank Building J.lck.onvlll" I. I-'I"r. ?
Iy. Phone 335-41)86. collect, Jack. ONE FURNISHED one unfurmshed Thoa J. Shave. Jr. NASSAU COUNTY will I IM computed to the, reopci'hlvo I i NO. 30 Year n' hau.n' Ida. nut, later th lIn the Idlh ,day its.01
sonvlllc tfc apartment, ocsansld Attorney For AdministratrixI NOTICE IS HFHEIIY OWEN Thus maturity: iites from tht first day nf '''. 1'011' April I. 10114. If you:"IIW aol soursdagamnsi 5
vet be
publication March 19. IDMt the Hnrlda Devel'>pment Commlnalun February l IY64. D"'rl"Uon of PropprlV Lot 21 ncr' men ftmnr"" ':.
round. 120 S. Flotcher r.llef dron.ud.dIn #
tear .
tlotr I 'twp 2N range 24. you for the 'tIJlS
< 3 IK, 28 4-1, 8 of Flirlda will rnceivrsea/ted hid In Three different mules of Interest
I. tIt fore'rI
FOR SALE two tone 1958 Ford, I Phone 2613138. Uc the office "I the FLORIDA DEvELOP may bt named for said Bonds and itshall I Name In. which n se ed lltrnlitII hhe eO/nlll.lnl./ Thil
MEND COMMISSION hooded at tot bt necessary that' all. IlontislInac fhhwengtr 81 IS E.: 161 h Hired ''inifloor: I gage5000 mOoring Ihl '
steering automatic trans. PUBLIC NOTICE i ; described property, located
power ROOM No. I. CHERRY PLAZA MOTEL the same mali of Interetl prnvlded Tuaun Arm fII'utng
FURNISHED efficiency apart. tmilKltATE; NO. 10 Veur of Issa- 'In N aoaas'tl, ,ly, Fhrlda. to-wit
mission, radio and heater, seatbelts NOTICE: TO rnBnrroRSeLORIIt :( 431 EAST CENTRAL BOIJLFVAHD I that all ur oil the I PARK
and new tires. Priced to meet on beach. Phone 201-4944 \ STATUTES ORIANOO I LOR I DA. up lo snmt dale "Irnbr taint nut mice 111111Drai.'iitdi.'n of Lot 14 Sec.lion Lot In Culhihun 9, :Illuck 4 llulrla., IAKCUIDF; aoeor. ; ,i 1 1nlul ,i-
after 5. tic IN TilE UHRT; fly" THR COt'NTV' the J IW r. Slulidurtl of Interest A repeated rule of InlareMshall | proiierly recnrdnl 40"k
Sell! Owner needs money fur college JOUlE. NASSAU IOINTI, H.OR hTI'e.of:: ,: rl.mllJ.a: : fir, the pur: not 1 ht considered a dlflciwntrult II twp :3rooae I it: thereof In Pint call "T
F: H Von of I Ih. re
whlih maemed :W
Name In I 0 I'
Phone 261-3686 or IDA, IV PKltllATE .'h ise if, "25.0110) of, FLORIDA : of Inltretl I poiin. Florid, I
expenses rOMMIS'lON JF.j N,o.l r"i nil, Midland Hd Oraunill. New enrls 'f N.iet.ll County ,
In ret Estote of VrlOPMLNI Each bid must bt m'rnmpnnivrt' hv hand unit, Hit oflll".1
261-3282 APTS. completely I \ : my I
a CASHIERS or IF'KMMCATE' NO ID veur of iu I seal of this Horrnl.lf CoOl, I this 4th 1
furnished Day, week, or month "rfdni'i..t..on. COUNTY mild llondii to he tanned inC drawn upon, an Ini'nrpor..led unit I"Mll day of March A U IM!

F1EXALUM Venetian: blinds_ CUSTOM- measured MADE and 584 S. Fletcher Ave. 2C1-5878 tie To Claims All (or Venandi Aialnit! Havlni lIold ,.,",'r.'nt,,form, be dated In, denomination.February I of I, II 11104.I' Ono' I Iht bank Honda or trusl Uevelnpnenl company Comn payable, ,, ,solos to. l>enrrlptlon NE:9 ol,nf'NWU Pnpcrtv, 'IIII/a': of tup E'aof 4rinxn (bKALI!: : OF THE /n'CIRCUIT D 0 OM.EYCLERK ('01311? I

1 ht M'"tpr"ble i e to principal only
Ettate I sum equal to two nir centum 23. llyI/ Hurt Joyce Ujvls'
Installed WM range of colors. BEACH APARTMENTS year You and tarsi of you ore hereb In hear interest In multlplen. U, of hIm puma ion of llonds' bid: i Name, lit will,'h anntsud John, ZBllliirt Deputy Clerk

PORTER lOVEQUIST Color round. $35.$ & month, furnish notified, and rttjlilred! to presontono of one fourth, one tenth. or otleth for as evidence nf good faith. und If B44D N. Aihlllld, Ave CnltlHOi _--_- -
clalini and deinandi which you m of line p*ronlum. but not lb esuci-eas fat bidder shnll, fall to : -
40 III
Center Phone 2613008.ff ed, electricity Included. Ph. either of you, may'lIr.,vengu toot the" U"'" of the atalutury rule nf six r iimulv promptly' with the Iernutof i i c'oS'l'I''ICATE: NO. H Year nf
201-5143. tfc cable of Donor liu'nea, deceased titfltilin, (II'. I provn urn. the pn.1 his: bid: the ,-hni-k will 1 be fin-relied tos anne. I9S1 h.//
FIVE BEDROOM HOME near high lute of aald ounty, to the ..ion' reserving the right to he said puvre a liquidated damagednlum I Upkiriniion of property lit :in

school $8 010 with $m down, $60 APARTMENT County Judite (>f NJUKUIJ County who In Iht aurrpuHful hlddor unJ TI,. two ppr 1241 I god faith lion, I1! Owl|> :fran en 21Hilllurd :
DOWNSTAIRS Florida. ut till, nfflre In the eourt rejeit anyora II Wd. all inherent ('he.k III un.ucl..IIII bidders will. t* Noittia ti which iooesorl, heir, vol Happy BirthdayFrom
month unfurnished. Corner 4th and house of aald CnunW. at Fernundlnu pavinle irml.annually on the llr.l d.y return.d 10 the bidders by renlxlereriddrest I Pall, Ytwers. .. Tb otto: o II lluIlorh.: : I II
-irtr street from Beach ri,,rl Calhoun, across from the time of the tint hOods lo be liaiieil am fnllnwa 1, .
I or delivere to a re pr.eon laliva nf All said property 1 being In
THREE BEDROOM homo near I Fchool St. Joseph's Academy. publication olr, this notlre E.chclaim Serial Bunds in the principal amount the bidder Immediately alter the tale C' lvofof. Nasnou. Mute of ;I ''o cl1.h. ,
$8300: or demand shall be In writing. nf lUSOflO and to mature annually In of the ltods, to the succesuful bidder ,
Blackrock, on one acre. Phone 261-4200 or 261-3800. tIeMcCRANIE Unless. suih. lerllfliutn. or .lerllfl-, ,
.nd stall the place of real nunerlcnl, ordrr Irwut numbers trot. 0 00 .
t .: .h.lI. The procee ds of tht two per centum ..... .nall n. rooa."co ac.n& .n
S450, down to veteran. dtnct and poet office address of tnt the first cluv of Februurynfeiu.'h I ,a'ili.I Coud. lallh chick of the i.u...... law theitrllflcute property ,1..I'"hpd, In .u'h Judge J. E. ( Gene ) WeatherfordDon't
llowsMilurltv Cal bidder will 1 ht applied to tht paypurchatt or ..erlll""lr" will. ht will ,
bed. ONE THREE ROOM furnished the claimant his agent, or attorney Dull. Amount I Inert of lbs prim I of said to the hlifheat hlddi nt hoe court
ONLY $2jD down buys three Utilities hot dllrenl such claim or not I 'IIKIB- --100110. B,mds whIrl will 1 ht delivered on or home door on Ihr flrnt Mniiriuy, In Forget Your Birth Month Is
Private bath. ,
home. Built-in apt. shall 1 be void, tnt '00 it ,
room masonry to loud s OMI1MI7 about April 27 + it II ) am Mmth of Anvil I 'nw. hick la Iho Slhdav
and $11,450 I' water, washing machine furnished /aBeanie Barnes Fink .101100 Iloinhans Tru.t Company Now York of Anvil I1KHDited '
range $10 week. $35: month. Also beach liiasle 0 acne. rink 1 Time To Renew Your Driver's License
-frft As idmlniitratrlK of the I'D)1)) 30UK mutually btlweerf tht .Ir:Y 1 1lerk
17350 BUYS 3 bedroom home out winter rentals For Informationcall of Oar William Barnes, The Rnnds of Slid IMIII shall not 1 h* ] .IK.ct. ful : :a.uJd'nth' Florida Dt <' of Clr.'ult nf Na.iuu
; : I W. I. McCranlc, 261-4642. If Alhin C. Thompaon, Jr. E.tU'.1 I r.d..m..hle prior to their' staled dales nsii want CommlBSlnn Foil payment Coumy, Horlda, )
I fence.Nothing
side elty limits i Chain-link Attorney fur AilmlnlatmtrUJOS of maturity I of the baluntt of the punhuM price 4t :no I II ID 20 ... .
call 261-9035 tic -- ---
no answer Atlantic Avenue -
down to veteran Prlnclp I nf and nt erentan sold mutt bt made at the tmwf delivery --- "
I J.rn.n r* ftto FOUR ROOM unfurnished 2 ear Flrnt pulilicutiun, March Ian 1164. I Njllnniil Birtk, nf. Jnikwvllle Jaikunn or immedIate. rash wlthiai'cshI. !

Jihn T. Ftrrelri & Son apartment at bench $53 4-__ 313_ID. M, 49 vllle. I 11".1.1, or ut 5hnsptu'nvfthO to the Cnmmlmlon No Waned will. bt
garage: ,
hrlder at "Hunkers Trust Cnmpinv allotted on mud good fOlk deposit"
108 Atlantic Ave. Phone 261.57lNICE year round. Call 261-4602 tIc PUBLIC NOTICE New York New York The ,payment of Bids are desired' on forma tthlrh
I auld Bund and the Interent thereon I will 1 ht furnlsked by tht undersigned,
LARGE: LOTS for t.t' OCEAN FRONT > Pi: X--p;; lnrkeonvihir Tractor ('nmpuey. 'nr., will 1 h* Kecured by a pledge of the and tmelopea n"alld' thiuld' 4-Specials This Week4

Good terms One quarter mile furnished Fenced Clrrull 'ourl.' uval Counly I Ioidda renlala to he derived from a l/ea.ePurrhne have endorsed thereon r FlorIda I ,
stairs or
honda eorpoullon Aic-fement eyeruted by the Dtvtlnpmtnt ommlaalnn. Road
South of Five Points on Amelia yard. Call 261-4174 tIc VI: riORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMIT/ Revenue Honda .'I'orN aesuut'ionly
Rd Call 261-S421 tit J. V. Dull HION ai Lessor. with the STATE DO NOT OPEN worda of equlval. .
Cast Nt' '!-t'l7L Dlv. K: lOAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA ant Import 'Suld Bonds will 1 bt livupd.

NOTICE OF SHetltK SALK .. Lenses. laid cnnantlni 5 of and sold 1 by the I londa Devel ipmtnt lot South 14th Street. Can
South Itll privacy on
MS houne extra large
MISCELLANEOUS Notice Is hereby given that I. Herbert the twenty per cent 110% i surplus Commission of the State of Florida t I Inlat. 1. 3 bedroom I

100 X 100 Corner lot Two story J. Youngblond Bherllf. of Nassau (.ainllr tax furdi. aa defined In laidreiolutlon .. aftncy composed" tf fit," members : be finamul with little down ment to someone with good credit. )
or no
home with 5 bedrooms and effl. county Florida. by virtue of a aulhorlzlrj the bonds. iccruln one from each of the tight, (;
POLITICAL CANDIDATES: like to Writ of Execution Iteutd out of the | to N annie ounty for une In Nassau .....lon.1 Districts of Flurida and 0".1
clency apt. rented at $10 per Court of Duval Florida. from 'tht State at .
Circuit County c'ountv Florid. order Section U of Art. chairman large
week $1400 down, $6700 balance pick up a few votes? Come to the on the 6th. day of December" IMU In rOe IX nf the Conalllutlon of the liT AT!' optwlnitd by the Hover nor rreited b'l I 2. Heal nice :.1 bedroom, I hath, masonry! hoino with lifetime roof and attached ;
Spring Time Follies Dance at that certain c.... wherein Jacksonville OF ri/RIDA in the manner provider and Milting under Chapter 2SS FlorIda I
Yule April II 9:30: 'til Tractor Company Inc a Florida In said reaolutlon By the t.rm..1. 1 Ltututes and pursuant: to a reso I garage, I'liucil) yard, top neighborhood. Ready fInancing( immediate oc.
lots Yulor corporation win plaintiff end J. U. 'e.llfin.I I IS of Article IX. the Leglala- lution duly adoDttd. bv said Commit
Two large, adjoining __
1:30.: A9c Davis A-at defrndant hive In myrosotsslon 'Ur. OJ .n.L ...... DI r lono. f. ,.. .ion Reference M laid Matulea and I Irtsnlutlon cupancy.
Heights $1500. Can be financed the following described quired. t Or'intlnao Ih. loon 01 the two mty bt had for i more I 0,. I'ioii: cents tax provided fin In detailed I otttrliillnn I of laid floyd I ITht I .If 1
Forest Hills FOUND APPROXIMATELY 12 Ont i.ehl Mlxtr Model MMX Strlal I nn"i'I at Article IX for a period I Honda have betn validate': by'' 3 Three bidroom, ) house Beer Yulce, I'lonil.i. Large lot. Financed with nlJ\
17 lots Prices start $2150, and up ft plywood fishing bat Owner No: SOIlS with crunhtr mill Model ol fifty vears from January I. ID41 Judicial' deere 0' the Circuit Cuut I Iof -

Identify Phone 281-3385! A16p coon Serial, No. 5VJ3 Filter and and la prohibited from withdrawing the lII..o.d Judirial Clr"ull 01 loan for $l'al/o) per month. Can be pUl' ha t'd for transfer costa of only about
Acreage Screen Model tS lerlal No S.I2IOn : : the: priHeed thereof' from the operatu I... In and for Leon County Fill"1
IS Acres Oi) Chester Road $3.:WO. Ford Trsclor Model MID Ser >n of said rofletltutlnmil provision Tb approving 0 opinion' of : $50. NO l DOWN PAYMENT. -
WELL DRILLING and pump work. lal Nt Ullta: during said period< flald floods art In Frttman FiUriardion and WatioK
FIve Points One Corn fuktr. Sheller Model 1>tiaued to finance she coal of tht con terneys tt Jarkionvlllt FldrtdnIt ,
rates. Call H. T. Al. h't
Three bedroom & den home correr Reasonable Ml.U Serial No 101* 0 "nofarna 4 project In Nassau the tfftet such Bonds art valid I several of land y 4 ban
with acre1
fen 261.4245 or 2614348. A2p is properly ofII.. said I V Davit Count to be benson as NASSAU and Itgally binding thhgatlons of thtFlorida 1 4. Large hriik home In country availabU
lot $750 down, $57 month In. "' .nd..I. th.l.n the Sth day of COtNTY ROAD PROJECT. Devtlatmtnl Commission and I Iii tont
only a hundred
eludes Insurance and taxes April 1M4 A D.. hessian the hours of Under 'It,. I.,,,,s of tain r..u...Pu.. rtqutsud, a copy of lbs transcriptof I for entire Millet price of $12,600. Closing few dollars.
LET ALCOHOLICS ANOI'4T.MOUS : tali namtly l 'between eleven clock Chan* Aerea'mnnt the RTATF ROADDEPIoAnfENT tht procttdlrsja I I Involved will M I eight mllen from town. Call for appointment. ,
CONTACT PETE INGRAM: help with sour drinking forenoon .and two clack. In fbi ifttrnten OIo' FLORIDA has delIvered 1 M the porch stars of said Approximately
Salesman Write Box 318 tn tht said day it tire North .ov.n.nted' thtornrnl It will takt over Ihe SinCe without charit Copies of lee I II ,
: problem. door of the County Court Hoots In sneeagotort. and maintenonra term In which such approving" ,
L. L, Bohanium Agency City; or Phone Jax. El 6-7700 F'croon died Ittarh. Naatau County of It,. Protect at a part of the Slate I will 1 ht Issued may 1 bt obtained. 1Ilnl"1
13 North 4th Phone 261-5269 Florida. I shill offer for salt to tht .v.l.m of roads altar completion it ..iid firm i
and FLOOR SANDING nil refbUsh- hightat. bidder f sees'h In hand the said, ProlertUitrerf and fret) that ife coal For further Information' 'uddrttt 1
Homes ( I
"We solicit Listings on ehtvt dtKi-iMcl: property at tht property tklltomanlv he paid from fuels tut I Ben H DKkene, Attairnty. ;PltrHiiripvplopmtnt PAUL C. 8URPJj :
Acreige" I...... Floor til*. Paul! I. llaosoa of ttit said J. V Davis, defendant available! tom such purpnteswmpt Com'" 1..I"n. Room Oil. I II

Plum> 2614609. tfe Inlereil' la .. In opinion. nf HIT Wait llamas Street TaU.h...... I ,
SIant.O.MaIICREPOSSESSED Th. above described property may counsel from all 1 prtMnl Federal 'In I
Singer be v..ed .1 hiti N 1'- li. FlerldaKTmnA. nrvrtOFMENT I I !
FREE srseu Coanly come lane iht opinion of counselinmra REGISTERED REAl. ESTATE: BROKER
like new does CHAMPAGNE to the owner son Farm 11>11I..11I. .!orld.. 'lb... Bonds sod the atnur COMMISSION :
everything without attachments of th* lovliesl pair of legs on Dated at Ftmtndlna Beach. ('lor. tenant thereto .v..11 the qUIII"1 OF THE: STATE OF HSIIIIDAHY

Amelia Island at the Pretty Leg Ida, this 12th. day of March IM4 and Incident of negotiable Intlnimtntt WBNDFLL JARRARD 319 South 8th Street Fhbne .2613604NtlII.Lcadl'I' J
Balance due $141 or responsible /sH J. VoungMataJSheriff under tht ntgntiahlt Intlru III ChulrmulT I J

party pick up payments of 17 mo Contest" April 11. Tenacres, 9.30til Nasaau County Florida menu laws of the suit of Horl<1t. :" '
353.4664 Jackson. 11;30, Serin* Tim FoUie By /./ Emory I. Walker No kids lor .... Was ski II said W TITHeRINITOM 11I
Call collect, '
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'rJe Twelve News-Leacler, Fernandina Beach, Florida -:: Thursday, April 2, 1964 __ I ....- -.a .. ...,.. -


I A CAPITOL LETTER Crippled Boy \Wins Sports Letters 'If.0. NoCG\ \ g i iFiNNf1 RO

With Assist from March of DimesA THAVgUT FlO /lMIN

1 boy who can scarcely a
TALLAHASSEE + Another an Income of $3.003, spends $31 96 Walk because of arthritis 0' TDWNS AND emu
fiurnbslioll was' loused ,Into the Connecticut!, on the other hand, wins a letter in athletics. TNE a ORANGE f7R0yS fARM

late Board of Control; meetingtjie I with a per capita Income of $2,* Impossible, you say. Not BEST-KNOWAJ 'ANDS AND Wi.PARf
t other day the possibility of 893, spends. $1103 per person, the e CP fLoR/DA '
if the lad has the grit of FAR FI20M HUMAN
an Increase In university\ ] reals only state that spends less than "IIlPS SNOTED
trillnn (lees to ,' I Florida Tim Ewald. \ H411TATON0FOODfOR -
studrpol\ f ITS FINE
Even though this 17-year-old I IN5ECT'5 AND WILD
t The brief discussion orcbode{ a Even some bottom Income from Minneapolis can barely $IN6IN6JOrH \1 FRl/lrS AND BERRIES
Consideration of anyi Increase, slated spend considerably more "inch" along with the help of Of75 OWN l
\lhlch comet up each legislative per person than Florida Mississippi a cine, he wears the monogram
I .
enfllon The lost increa\ !r of state with a per capita Income of of Golden Valley High Schoolin 50Nt5$
registration feet was In 861lhl.'n $1224! (spend $20 21 a person both football and track AS WELL ASIMITArONSOe
How come? How is all this
they were let at $228 a >'car, os.twislbly I South Carolina with an average athletic activity possible when
$1 t above the nMkwal av.eVagc I Income of $1413: spends $1542, I it take this likable youngsteras OTHtK 8/ P$'
One reason the possibility and Arkansas with $1446 spends much as 15 minutes merelyto I COLOR6RAVABovE
of an Increase cane'pp 'oat that' I $1678. tie his shoelaces? tvwrf
You must look back seven
sr\cral other areas have been California Is near the top In BELOW WITH
As the
to find the answer
Considering such increases both, with a per capita Income of I second-oldest of five sons Timat ,w +t tT. PATC1FINWINGSAND$ kAJWN7E
At present the!..Florida nnlvcr. $27(19( a per capita expenditurefor the age of 10 could outrunall >I

diy registration fee. I lsiti'16w;; ) the higher education of $3348, and j his brothers and even his TAIL 9 SIZEJO -' giRDS
national median for public Instltutlons one of the lowest registration feesfor I parents, Graydon and Diane
of $268. (Figures are from stale students Ewald INCHES OF
At touch football, no one
the U.) S. Department of Health, The registration fee and other could lay a hand on him Tim IOH3
Education and Welfare) Incidentals provide for only about dreamed of a high school and fLORiDA
The tuition however, Is not nee 10 per cent of the operation ol college career in football and o -
cessarlly: related to how rich Is a Florida universities Another 15 track FLORIDA CAMS AND FRESH WATtZ FISH COMMISSION

Mate. Rich California, for example i per cent comet. from grants and disaster Then, at One the night I age the of 10 boy, came was continue working In the field of ip.rt even though he can't, _._ .
charges a registration of $178 I 75 per cent from the general revenue struck by the indescribablysevere join actively ".can. of crippling ,vmatd! arthritis, Tim iwald,
I year for the University of Call: i I fund.Breakdown. pains ot rheumatoid arthritis 17, hopes *o become- sports" cartoonist., Her he outlines caricature Robert E. DeloachOn Italy Fob 22 to relieve the deslroy'l 1
ona Los Angeles The InlVcrslty of where the Florida throughout his body His of f a sports ponenallty His doctors ot March of Dimes Arthritis er tender USS Tidewater
of Texas charges $136 a temperature aoared For long Center say this Is geed therapy' for his hands and wrists USS EvergladesIn Cooper's Laundry
year. The. University of New State University registration goes months he had to be hospitalized I sume the duties as the tender of I
i i Hampshire charges $392 to state prcbubly would be typical also of in body cast and treated year, his third, he managed the chiefly cartoons and caricatures MediterraneanUSS the Sixth FleetEverglades ,
cortisone track He his lettersIn for which he seems to have Coin-Operated
with team won ,
schools Of the In
the other $113 and
student and the University of I thinks that makes repairs
Oklahoma $210. registration fees paid by a student Aided by March of Dimes Tim two won't much about someday promising he might:like i lo be a EVERGLADES (FHTNC) I supplies replacement parts to destroyers ; Laundry and Dry

> Florida per.capita expenditure In a trimester, $63 goes for Now,after seven years of the what his duties are.He's an excessively sporU cartoonist. Robert E Deloach, machinistsmate not requiring major shipyard 1
for state Institutions, of higher a matriculation fee Into the general disease, Tim is slowly regaining modest youngster but Faces Surgery first class, USN husband of work Cleaning
learning In 1962 was the second revenue fund. The buldllng some mobility-thanks in even if it does embarrass the the former Miss Mary C. Stanford
lowest In the nation spending $11. fee gels $18, health service $11. great shim: to physical therapy' boy, his father saysI Will he walk again normally MrshDorie\ Howard,
of Fernandina Beach, Is serving
given at the March of '' looked into this with some 'all quite possible, This year, Pigeon Finds Roost at Sea
s iTS per person California spent and student activities $19. Of the Dimes Arthritis Treatment care because it would be dan graduation from nigh aboard the-destrllyt'r tender USS I Manager
13548. Ulan $4149, and Alaska, Slit, three different bond l Issues Center in the University of to overdo I school, he may undergo hip Everglades, :.41 pci8Uu with tho A pigeon has deserted h land
$41.51. get $5 allocated under Gov, Farris Minnesota Medical School This found srtht"h: e manager surgery. Dr. Keith N Dium-. Sixth licet In, !:'JJuTTficditerranean. lubber flock for a perch on Portland 14th & Beech Streets
: f TWO of the richest slates spent Bryant $25 million bond Issue treatment II conscientiously repeated ships aren'tt snap jobs given by mond, assistant director of the Everglades arrived! in Naples, Lightship, nine miles out to sea.
t three times as much per person as floated In 1962 Another $3 up to at home. the players I t to a classmate they March of Dimes center explain -- -M _. ._ -.. -
Much as the boy yearned to feel lor The work is that hips are now -1'; .. ;
r for sorry ?iro
Is allocated ,
fkrrlda Delaware, with a per $68,000 I year :: ;
play, such strenuous sports as tough-Tim! goes along in the locked in a causedby ,
: Capita Income of $3013, spends payments on an Issue covering football and track were not for team bus to /games all around contraction of the tendon
s |30 per person, and .Nevada, with Kellum and Dorman Halls. theI him. It was all he could do just the state, he checks equipment and muscles and by inflammation -
-- .- to hobble from clue to class and keeps the 'players'' records of the hip joints Under To toe Voters 1
But in hit at hes a timekeeper, and so on: favorable circumstances surgery .
high I school he resolved to beas But he thrives on It-and its could release and lengthen
Fully Qualified To Serve YOU and YOUR Children close to sports as his crippled far better therapy than gnawing these shortened tissues. Of Nassau
condition: permitted his nails because of no contact Whether crippled for life or County .
; ELECT Tim made a private vow that with snorts" on his feet again, which now
I he would become a team manage Even with his heavy schedule seems likely, Tim is determinedto
,- of classes, homework team continue working actively in
Dean B BlankenshipSUPERINTENDENT He made It In his freshman management, home exercises sports That's about all he'll I would like to take this opportunity to
year as manager of the football and weekly visits to the March cay But you know that this
squad He made I it again ot Dimes Arthritis Treatment quiet and resolute youngstermeang thank you for returning me to another
AS YOUR in his sophomore year Last Center, Tim finds time to draw, it.
four term a.memberof the
year as

: OF men'i and'' women's of the number of students who ap Nevada Area Jarred I Board of Public Instruction, District 4 1'

: PUBLIC INSTRUCTION The remaining $| goes ply for loans who seek parttlme Berkeley, Calif., the University ol w

I! :11 ment on a ",I million dormltorlel'l employment. Officials say that California seismograph station here unopposed.This i
; few Vole and Support Will Be Appreciated
in 1960 to cover two any increase In tuition automat. reported an earthquake of medium
Move Forward With New lories and a student center Ically closes the doors to a certain intensity rocked Hawthorne, Nov, leaves me humble and grateful.

: Leadership Argument In favor of an Increase number of students, a community 70 miles southeast of '

Paid Political Adv J In tuition centers around ,Reno., at_8:31.: a.m. PST March 21 I piedge another four years of fair and
the tremendous cost of higher education CABBAGE ROLLS I impartial service

tt 2 cups mashed potatoes JOHN E. ( Jocki,.
Dr Gordon Blackwell, FSU
1 medium.sized onion
I president stated his position that I
the costs to students should be 1 green pepper or pimentoSalt MATTHEWS THANKS CHARLES B. JONESPaid

I i : rll as low as possible, The tal and pepper .Best Qualified For Governor
I Is scattered among the pop 1 cup cold cooked meat, Political Advertisements
I ulatlon regardless of the financial Paid Pol. 'dv.
ground or chopped Authorized by Campaign Tr..u..r
I status, he pointed out, and without
J Celery SaltCabbage _.
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1 I a low cost, valuable human
1I resources may not be able to develop loaves
so the state becomes the Boiling water or stock ..
I loser of human resources Sage to taste

Blackwell called the Junior college .
In Combine the vegetables, meat
system I tremendous step
f 1 the right direction, as It allows and seasonings, and shape the mixture r pI
small rolls Roll each of
students to study at home withoutthe *I .l..l.I
these In a wilted cabbage leaf
a extra expense of living away.
(wilted by placing In boiling water.
Dr. Broward Culpepper, board
for 5 minutes) and place them In
director,. also cautioned that the
a greased baking dish Add sufficient
registration tee "shouldn't be allowed GI
boiling water or stock to cover 1 f i
far of line" in
to get too out '
them about halfway Cover and' I
relation the students' capacityto
I bake In a moderate oven until the
Culpepper pointed out that
cabbage leaves are tender, 1
to some students$30 could make
I all the difference In the world Courtesy Florida ? .6' 4 11Ii
FSU reiterates this on the basis Department of Agriculture
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