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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: January 25, 1962
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: \ VOLUME 50, NO.: 3 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1962 2.50 A YEAR

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;; . Committee of 100 I Bunnell P.-T: AMeets /. I Flagler Beach I Thomas E. Hopkins, Athletic Letters



;J}. .Elects Officers Tonight ,I CommissionersPurges Artesia Park, Are ,Awarded To

The Bunnell Parent-Teacher j Passes
r AwayFuneral
Association will meet, in; the
:' Voter List Team Members'
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; And DirectorsJames Bunnell school cafeteria tonight } I services for Thomas

(Thursday) at 8 o'clock. I i Edward Hopkins were held Tues
Ebert was elected presi- The town commissioners of |: day afternoon at .o'clock in the Ten senior football lettermen

''v: dent of/' the Flagler. 'Committee Guidance Counselor John Can Flagler Beach purged the qualified chapel of Craig Funeral Homein received award jackets at a spe
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will have of the
.." t non charge voters list for the town at Bunnell. Rev. W. L. Spicer, cial assembly at Bunnell High
4.- .: of 100, Inc., at the annual mem- program which will be on the ..
their' Thursday night. Jr. of Bunnell Methodist School
meeting pastor the Tuesday. They were:
" ;. bership and directors meeting of testing program for kindergarten strick- Ronnie McMillan
Thirty three names were I Church, officiated.Mr. Canakaris, :Mike -

!-;. .,/ the committee Wednesday night. through junior college. This 'en from the list. Hopkins resided in the Ar Paul Staton, Wilber Sheffield

''b':, Elected to serve with him as will explain the purpose and ( The commissioners also voted tesia Park Subdivision on North Jerry Burnsed, PeWee

:' vice president was Howard Wise. uses of the testing. program, ?wlr.1 to discontinue the garbage tax; I AlA He passed away in the Knight, Don McNab, Charles

. x Haupt and Mrs. Eula Fuller Cannon ;aid. .for the town as of January 1,1 I local hospital after a brief ill McCraney, Tom Robertson, and

r. .secretary-treasurer. D. D.. Moody Mrs. Dorotha Foster, guidance i 1962 The utility tax recently ness. He had been a winter David Cook. -

f; was named by the board of directors counselor at Daytona Beach I adopted by the town became effective -: visitor to this area for the past Two senior cheereleade'rs received

r\. to serve as executive vice Junior College, will be guest I December' 1st and will '14 years and moved there two award sweaters. They are 1 1'I

t., president. speaker and will discuss the college -II be used in place of the garbage and a half months ago to make Carol Christopher and Susan

i..:" Mr. Ebert is president ,of 'the testing program.Mr. tax.The his permanent' home 'I Jane Deen.Fourteen. .

Flagler Harbors, Inc.,. developing I commissioners also voted He came from Elizabeth, N. J. players, other than

.' '. firm for. the .Flagler Harbors! Cannon said the program I ito I pave four blocks on Central He was a retired .tool_ and die seniors, received letters. They ..

(rr Soqth of Flagler Beach. Mr. is in keeping with the ,Getting 'II Avenue ,south of Main Street maker 'with: the Service"Machine are: Eric Kuleski, Harry Kuleski, I

E ', Wisehaupt is a well known lee- To. Work' theme of the P..T.. A. and three blocks of DaytonaAvenue I Co. there. He was 61 years old. Tom Polk, Dean Peterson, BeBe l

o'V" 1- turer, and Mrs. Fuller is editor! I this year. This will be a very south of 19th Street. II He is survived by his wife, Moody, Brice Hosford, Mike Cook, :'1

of The Flagler Tribune :Mr. interesting program and members -:They plan to use the soil-cement Mrs. Mildred Hopkins; two sisters Mickey Ramsey, Randy :Morris, 4

f;.' Moody .is Flagler County tax are urged to attend, Pub-.I i process for paving. Mrs. Bertha Lipp Rahway, Robert Abbott, Quentin Emery, "I.

; I assessor. licity Chairman Gail/ Kelley I I Mayor George Wickline issued 1 N. J.; and 'Mrs. Florence! Ziehl, Jessie Overby, Mike Hornsby, 'I

r Directors elected were: James said. i iI the proclamation for the city Elizabeth, N. J.; and two broth and Flynn Edmonson.

.. ., Ebert, T. E. Holden, George I election which will be held on ] ers, Richard Hopkins, Scotch Student manager letters were "

: : ; Bloody, Sr., Howard Wisehaupt, I and activities creating con I II March 6Two commissioners Plains', N. J.;; and Dallas Hop awarded to Kent Holland and j'
Thomas Lenssen, Harold Massie, ; will- be elected this year. The kins, Roselle, N. J. Jack KnIght.. '
ditions desired by industry :
new
Dr. John Canakaris, Mrs. Eula I .j I qualifying dates are from now I Twenty junior varsity players
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and commerce wishing to locate
i' Fuller and :Mike Sullivan. I until Thursday, March 1st at were also awarded junior let'E

, A temporary organization was !in the arear.Encouraging, and assisting 5 P. M.The . : Called 'I I terse 1
formed 'early in December by a: I city registration books are Meeting Coaches Manuel and Hardin
i' cultural activities 'such as education
group interested in the progress 'now open and will remain open r expressed appreciation to these
libraries, art, theatre and '
h- .. f and development of the .county. until February 23rd at 5 P.M. To I students for their cooperation
music that will provide a refined OrganizeB
f,. It was decided to form a corporation environment for residentsof City Clerk R. D. Peterson said I"and complimented them for .
5 not for profit and to Judge Revels 'had rendered a de- I their hard work, perserverance -
,_ apply for a charter. The charter I the area; to obtain the support sion upholding the annexationof & PW Club and correct attitudes.The '
and assistance' of all state, I
( was granted January 9, 1962, by all property except the coaches also expressed I'
Tom Adams.'I county, municipal and other of the their for I
t,; Secretary of State governmental authorities and I I Threadgill tract land near A meeting will be"held Tuesday J' appreciation the support !
The organization was 'completed county line. . and good sportsmanship of \
: -- "* 7membershi "agencies, ; chambers of-commerce, --:. --_,.- -,-.' ", --. ,.'. night .at .the Civic Center '
i at""the antiuaT |> the-.student-body-and adult fan
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meeting
II Woman's Mrs. Gwen
and accomplish the .aforesaid Flagler County Clubr
;: The by-laws of the committee purposes. I, McGriff' said today. Lions Club To "
along the lines ,.
patterned
k- were I I Standing, 'committees, named Mrs. Lois Walker, president of
of of the by-laws of Area Committees I Park Boards To 1Sponsor
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by the president, include an the Ormond B & PW Club, was '
Light
,\ of 100. 1'I industrial committee with D.D. here last week in the interest ,
The purposes-tor which the organization
Moody as chairman. Others' on Meet Saturday i of organizing a club here.. She
Bulb
Sale
is organized are: ,to ': !:
this committee are II. T. Cook, will be 'here Tuesday evening I
plan, initiate, develop/carry on 1 'I I 'A joint meeting of the Advisory 1 I Light'Bulb
for the'
t. Harold Massie, Michael Murray, I 'organization meeting.The Plans for .a Sale I
and effect"organized community'effort Ruins 1
'and R. L. Cobb. I Board for the Bulow district director:, Miss Alice were made at the meeting of the t
for the aid improvement
Historic Park and the Advisory
Tom Lenssen was named I Suhre of New Smyrna Beach, Lions Club Monday noon.
;. and betterment of the economy I Beach
l chairman of committee for the Board for the Flagler will also be here to assist with The sale will begin at 7 P. M. )
r. of the Flagler county area by a i State Park will be held Saturday 'I I I
study of revaluation of Flagler the organization.All on January 29. Proceeds from .... 1
fr and through programs and proj. afternoon at the Bulow
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I Serving with women who are interestedin the sale -will be used by the '
ects as follows: county propery. Ruins at 2 o'clock, D. D. Moody
member of the Club its conservation
becoming a on sight I
him will be Eula Fuller, Dr. :
|V To induce and asiv -
encourage said today.
I club are invited to attend the program. '
Holden,
Canakaris T. E.
John ,
E N sist new'and additional industry also
Mr. Moody said they are
meeting Tuesday evening. The Tax Assessor D. D. Moody was J
t. Charles Creal; D. D. Moody,
and'commerce to locate in the Roads
; inviting the Parks and '
Sr., Nick Lenssen, meeting will be held attile guest speaker at -the meeting
George Moody
:' Flagler county area; to encour- Committee of the Flagler Committee '
Bunnell Center at and
Community of
Arthur gave a history Flagler
f- age and assist in all programs and Paquin. 'I of 100 to meet with them. I 8 o'clock. \ County. r.

in the area by promoting and :Mike Sullivan was named on I W. A.' Coldwell of Tallahassee, I f r rI r
tourism encouraging the committee of Parks and ---
j* increasing ; ,director of state parks, .will also I f .,
sports..and sporting events; developing rpads. Massie, G. :Moody, 'M. .' meet with the group. I jj j

1.r; v beautifying and im- i Murray, Lee Drasba,. Cook, and I Mr. Moody is chairman of the ,
I f fJ ftl
T:' proving all natural resources; I Canakaris. i Bulow Ruins Board and other I II

\;', providing greater and more effective Charles Creal 'wa s named I I members of the board include 1 1I .

: advertising programs; I chairman of the, membership Mrs. Margaret Cook, Mrs. Ann i r j
,*t recreational facilities committee.i I 1:
develop I Creal Joe Paquin, and L. E. 1
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Wadsworth.
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George Moody, Sr.",,, of 'Flagler \1{

Beach, is .chairman of the advisory
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m.' I board for the Flagler Beach > T ; i

park. Lyman Gage, E.H. Thread- __

__ gill, Mrs. Marie Brede and Mrs.
.t Harold Massie are also members

of the board.. 1

r qI Members, of the Parks and

Roads Committee of the Committee

of 100 are Mike Sullivan,

chairman; Harold Massie
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", George Moody, Sr., l.Uchael1\lur- .
I 3 FP ,yr / ray Lee Drasba H: T. Cook, Dr.

< ki z: John Canakaris, and James -J- F

1 '1 Ebert as president ot the Com
mittee of 100. I

: Above are four of Bunnell's City Commissioners along

: STATE WELFARE 1 l with the surviving member of Bunnell's first councilman.

OFFICE HERE !i I The picture was'made at the Open House held December -

---1 OPEN FRIDAYS 28th, marking the completion of the addition to the

S.- 'rcTi I The State Department of Public I Civic*' enter- Building and observing I the 50 years of the

Welfare office will be open I city's incorporation.

r \ I I every Friday from a A.M. to 12 Left to right: C. A. McKenzie and Harry Atkinson

1[noon until: further notice.". I II present commissioners{ George Moody, Sr.; member of

At left is' E W. Johnston who served as Bunnell' sfirst I A social worker will be in the,:I the council 50 years ago; H. V. Peavy 'and C. B. Eisen-

t town marshal. At right is George Moody, sr., who was upstairs office In -.the courthouse.,, bach, present commissioners. Mayor-Commissioner L. L.
t 4'a' member of, the first city council. Mr. ,Johnston and r on these dates it was announced 'I Brannam, Sr., was a patient in the hospital and was .not

.;Mr. Moody were honored theOpen; House December. t here this -week. ;"able to attend the celebration.
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PAGE'TWO :THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA : '\ Thursday, Jan. 25, 196.2 L

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too much for the ,Flashes to] GRAND BANKS FISHING .i Ing 'waters provide 'cx"ndltlonS j jI

handle., The Grand Banks consist of!j I favorable to the growth of plankI ,'

Bunnell JV ., Fg ..Ft Pb a shallow .section of ocean off I and make a rich oceanic
E. Tucker 3 0-7 6 Newfoundland, where the cold,}pasture for fish. Fishermen have ;

T. Polk 3 0.0' 6 Labrador Current meets the j been filling their ships with cod

HodgeGiddens 0 0-1 0 warm Gulf Stream. The swirl. I(from the banks for 450 years. '

4 4.5 .12

Metts 2 0.0 4

67: Leslie Fetch I Garry 0 0-2' 0 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR .
R, Tucker 6' 0-1 12.I |

THE LITTLE EIGHT Our boys's record is not. too impressive I pozier, 0 2.3 2 ,
but whose is? I : - -

W i. Pet Every ...tea''n in the Little -. s' 6-19' 42, j CONDITIONING- -HEATING. I ELECTRIC 'SERVICE 'j
7 3 700Bunnell.
Taylor .
,had summer basketball to FLORIDA J '
Eight AIR PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE:
5 4 550
St. Joseph JV ,Fg Ft
improve their team. Did you pts'l CONDITIONING CO. i BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY
Father'Lopez \ 55; 500 Allman 2 1-2 \
know that our Bulldog team a Of Inc. INDUSTRIAL !
Doytono RESIDENTIAL -
Florida ,Military 3' 9 250 I.
Meeham 0 2.5 2
today Had a record of COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCECALL
year ago AIR CONDITIONINGHEATING
Crescent City 2 7 220 I
Taylor 0 3.6 3
and 10 losses. And
two wins ,
GENERAL SHEET METAL
1 6 142 HUBERT PELLICERID
Hastings McGowan /' ,1' .2:5. 3
today they are playing over 50 .
"We're Proud of Our Work" .
16142 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
D & B
,, Howes *1 0.0 2
cent better ball and most 330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 j
J St.Joseph\ 0 5 000)(( of per the team are Sophs and Downs .0 3.6 3 FUEL OILKING'S :
AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S I
Juniors.
4' '11-24 18 TRUCK STOP
at this time one of
ZAZAS AND ALL STARS We have
I PHILLIPS 66 GAS & OILSJ. I
WIN LEAGUE OPENER the biggest training, programsfor 'I Service Station
boys in basketball with BULLDOGS STANDINGW I L. IRVIN. Prop.

The Zazas and All Stars won more boys taking; an interest-in L STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Lubrication-Tires-Batteries I

their first game in the season I the game. 11 saw some sixth j Girls 5 1 Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs Fuel Oil, Kerosene Tractor Fuel

opener of the Senior City League. graders play today and in three [ Boys ''Varsity 5 4 Bunnell ID 7.7119 U.S. 1 N. Bunnell-ID 7-3493

The Zazas defeated the Collegians -I years they will give the Bulldogs j I JV Boys 34. I
29 to 4 with Sammy Bertha Biddle Gulf Service
a good start on the varsity. . I GARDEN SHOP ,
and Joe White scoring 13 .
The school program is giving QUENTIN EMERY AND GASOILLUBRICATIONGULF Gray's Garden Center
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and 10 points. The All Stars
the training and if the boys
MCMILLAN LEAD IN TIRES & BATTERIES I Headquarter for Gardening Need.
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defeated the 'Rinky Dinks 24 to
practice on their own time to VARSITY SCORING Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days .Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
11. Cliff Sheffield had i3 points improve, we will be seeing some &.JiI 8 Materials
State Lambert ITS l-ID 1'-7190
with Dewayrie :Metts 6, and Coy better basketball in the future.I Foul 1 Annuals -,Shrubbery Fertilizers .

Harris 5. have seen more and more Fg Ft Pt % Colonial Service Station i I TORO LAWN MOWERS !
1 !l47: Tcmoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-051
All Stars Fg Ft pts boys throwing that basketball I Emery 40 14.31 94 45.. EARL E. RICE ProprietorGAS'OILLUBRICATION I j ORMOND '
I McMillan 29 25.49 83 51
C. Sheffield 5 3 6 13 around as there are more baskets -
trees.: We might H. Kuleski 28 16.34 72 46 I HARDWARE
B. Kendall 0 0 1 0 on even MOTOR TUNE-UP i-
C.. Harris 1.3 4 5 outdo the State of Kentucky. J. Burnsed 16 11-20 43 55 GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I THAT FAMOUS PAINT

H.,Kuleski 0 0 1 '0 They have a, basket on every :Morris 15 13.23 43 56 u.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL !
\ We have basketon 4 7-11 15 63 i I. i Exclusively at ,
D. Metts 3 0' 3 6 pole. might a. I Moody .
/ every pine tree. We havea '.J. Brown 4 29 10 22 II I ED'SPURE ; I' FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE I
double header for 1 1-2 3
9 6 1524 good tonight Knight 50 OIL STATION 1l-'l .
.' The Oviedo and 0' 3-4 3 75
Rinky Dinks Fg Ft Pm' girls Bratcher Specializing in Wash & Waxing
Nipper '0 0 2 0. boys will be here. Let's give Hosford 0 2-2 2 100 Tires- Batteries-Accessories i Flagler Beach HE 9.2103 ;

Ross 0 0 0 0 our boys and girls a big, hand E. Kuleski 0 14 1 25 MINOR REPAIRS l- > ,,,1

G. Cauley 2 2' ,5 6 for the good job they have been Bebe Moodyis leading the u.s. Hwy. 1 Bunnell-JD 7-3138 1 1I I Village Hardware Center \
doing. See you at the ball game. varsity in foul shooting with '
J. Rodgers 2 0 1 4 1 I ,BAR AND PACKAGE STORE HOUSE PAINTS
L. Johnson 0 1 2 1 !7-11, good for 63 per cent withR. ..I.II ,:Match and mix any color

J. Cauley 0. 0 1 0 BULLDOGS WIN FIFTH Morris and Jerry Burnsed BAMBOOBAR. Builder's, Supplies Kitchenware

J. Kelly '.:" 0, 0 0 0 GAME OF THE SEASON with 56 and 55 per cent average. I & COCKTAIL 11 I GIFTS GREETING CARDS
LOUNGE ,AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420

4 311:11. : I Bunnell Bulldogs won their i I DANCING .FRIDAY'' &'SATURDAYI
fifth of the season from FROM' 9 ,
Zazas' Fg Ft Pts game JEWELER
'; SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. I
1 i the St. Joe Flashes 43 to 26 Fri I =
4 3 5 11
S. Bertha
t zvt; scr Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
'' B. Taylor '': 1 0 1 '2 day night. The Bulldogs had a-.I ) BRENNAN Jewelers

T. Bertha ,- .2 0 1 4 15.13 lead in the first half. With oe1xMi MILLAND BAR AND I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
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J. White 5 '0 0 10 the pin-point shooting of, Randy I i COCKTAIL LOUNGE 1 1I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

MeddersCollegians 1 0 0 2 Morris, Quentin Emery, and Big I i Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus \
:Mike McMillan, the Bulldogs :iiJ! Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. ; Watches
: PACKAGE GOODS
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A Watches -Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
pulled out in front by seven -
133 7 29
,, \ NEw aVER 9 a:m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.nz. 2, a.m. {60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056 '
points. The Flashes finished up ;
Fg Ft Pts Ocean Blvd-Flakier DeaehBETH'S I
the last quarter with three bas.
G. Spivey 0 ,0 0 0 FURNITURE
kets. The final score was 43 to SEASIDE |I
C. Wall 0 .0 1 0
, B. Chambers 1 0.1 2 26. Degrande had 12 points with BAR & GRILL {'! Ormond Bedding and
Pete Kelly nine points for the FOR FINEFOOD !i ,Furniture Co..
D. Littlefield 0 0 0 0
Bulldogs. McMillan had 11, I I I Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
I G. Preston 0 0 0 0 .
! J.' Holt 1 0 0 '2 Emery and Morris had 10. each. YOU'R RIGHT,WHY 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I{' $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment'
LOOSE SLEEP use 1 }i R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
i Bulldogs Fg Ft Pts THE NEWSPAPER Open 7 A.M.-II P.M.
.69 Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411
2 02 4 Q. Emery 3 4.6 10 BUILDING SUPPLIES --_ _
I Refree K. Cole J. Burnsed 3 1-2 7 j'r PAINTS

If J. Brown 0 0.0 7'B. WICKLINE

JUST BROWSING Moody 1 36,5M. JERRY'S PAINT MART
i Well I see the Bulldogs are McMillan 3 5.9 11 I Building Supplies PITTSBURGHPaintsFinishes

j in second place in the Little :'K. Kuleski '- 0' 0.0 0 I o trs CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS

I Eight standing with a 5.4 record R. Morris 4 2.2. 10 ECONOMICALRCA STEEL Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

I as of Friday night's game.. .. .
: Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 38 W. Granada-Ormond
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THE QU1BOARDER .. : VICTOR BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-0761
Flashes Fg Ft.pts. I
LIVING COLOR TV
Authorized Evlnrude Dealer M. Casto ,. '' 0 0 0 BOTTLE ROOFER
GAS
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t I "LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE I
1 BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS G. Damies 0 2-2 2 IN THE WINDOW BOTTLE or BULK1 1 EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
I Dockage. Storage Free Ramp J. Degrande 4 4.9 12 Southern Radio & Television FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY 1 I Manufacturers of

WE FINANCE P. Kelly 3 3.6 9 226 E. Granada-Ph.ORMOND OR T-2001 HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY Cement Tile Roofing \

825 Ballough Rd-Daytona J. Blasingame 1' 1-2 3 1 --- PHONE ID 7.3551 ALL TYPES OF ROOFING I.

D. Crihlow Q 2.4 ,2S ORMOND PRESCRIPTION Help Flagler County Grow Fast Dependable Service
PAL PARKER'S. INC. HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
PHARMACYSick By Shopping at Home,
ORange 7-5177 7-1793
> Automotive Specialty Center 12-23' 28 Room Supplles-Sundrles
.BRAKES RELINED 1545 CONCRETE PRODUCTS .
PARTS AND LABOR HOSPITAL* SUPPLIES RESTAURANT
.". FORDCIIEVROtETPLTMONTnOTHERS 42-18 24-Hour Prescription Service Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I
, S1O&5 IV TAKE FLASHES
Free SUE-Z RESTAURANT
Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. -Q .
540 Mason Ave. Daytona l AlA 1 mL North of CL '3-8113
Bunnell JV finding the range ORMONQ BEACH-TeL OR 1UnI' Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
of the basket bi ,the, first half DAYTONA BEACH OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY 0

FREE PANTOne -scored 27 points 'to eight points Quillian's Concrete, Inc. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach t j
with R.'Tucker and 5Jlje 3Uaglrr alribunr
for $t Joe I I' Open 6 A.M.-II P.M. at
-' extra gallon of your choice, Gidden leading the scoring with
with each eallou yon burr 12 points each. Tommy Polk I, BUNNELL, FLORIDA ,CLEANERS i 146 S. Atlantic Ormond

Mary Carter Paint Store and Elbert Tucker with six I I BUNNELL, CLEANERSWE RIGHT ON THE BEACH

AUe Weitxate 8avpla Cater points each were just a little "II I ,MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor GIVE TV STAMPS Shrirap-Steck-Chops-Chlcken

-- De*laated Oflelal, ..Ueatta a Open Dally 8 to 6 Sandwiches and Shakes
Bunnell High School 'Bask.etball=Schedule 1961.62Fri. for PafcHc N.tlee..r Flatfec Pia... ID 7-3188 Sandwiches and Pies

, Jan. 26 Oviedo Boys and Girls Here 7:00 Duty, Maaielpalltl, thereto 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell BREAKFAST ANYTIME

.'. Tues. Tan. .30 Fla. D It B Boys and Girls Here 7:00 aad the State ef Florida Ocean Spray Restaurant
Y\: Fri. Feb. 2 teSScent City A and B Boys There 7:00 DRUG STORES AlA 1 Mile South of Pier

!-. Sat. Feb. 3 Orange Park Girls There. 7:00 Entered .. 'aeeead dau natterFebruary Used
Fumlhue-Upholatety
Moody's Pharmacy:
.r. f Feb. 8.9.10 Conf Tournament ..1913 at tie a.Btaalcea
,", Tues. Feb. ,13 Hastings k and B Boys There 7:00.1: | -... Fi.rW. fader act .4 Flagler, 'County:'-:.: J. *. ":Corner_ ..Drug Store JOE WELLBORN

.....": Fri. Feb., '16' Callahan A and B'Boys_ There -7:00 Hares d. MM. -; 'PHESCBIPTIONS Furniture &
UpholsteryGOOD
,:'?" Sat Feb. 17 Father Lopez" ,l ..and'B'Boys'. : Here7:00. .. DRUGS-SUNDRIES
Tues. Feb. 20 Fla. JrnL' School A'arid B Boys Here ?:00 One year r---_._:3.50. FOUNTAIN 'SERvICE USED rUIU l UBENeW'
I eddJnc-Kattre.
I Sat. Feb.. 24 Hawthorne Boys and Girls Here 7:00 Blx mono '_JL3 mraitue U..olatel'lac-tl'n4ea Renovating,

March 12.3 ,Group Tournament. B> Flo. Phone ID .- IOU Plomlah Holly, Hill-CL 8-2275



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necessary drain of capital with i ,
which to finance new enterprisesand t
new employment opportunities I

is great. It is a major J' .
I miracle that we have been ableto

i achieve any economic 'progress ]
Under our present system.I I
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am flrmfy" convinced that
we crin,peatly:, enhance our economic I
growth-rate by a complete jI I j jI
overhaul? the capital- I
I destroying' tax rates: and meth-, SAVINGJ : i
ods which we now have and f!
the substitution for them of

rates and methods designed'to
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A.s. (SydierlongCongressman create the venture capital so

Fifth District 1 II necessary to create.new production -1 I II I
of 'goods and services and
The president, in his State of to thus expand employment op I f I
the Union Message, made a portunities. i
number of tax proposals to the j
is I I
Sound'tax reform a gigantictask.
Congress. But conspicuous by its Our economy has becomeso I I I
absence was any reference to complex, both domesticallyand
his announcement: of a year, ago in relation to our markets PRODUCE :BUYS "0" THE .1.1.IOe 1
that at this. session he would
and relations:aboard that a ,vast
, ; call for a complete overhaul of amount of work will be requiredto SALE WEEK
. Federal I .
our structure.
bring order out of the press .
I
I ent chaos. I don't claim that
In his tax message of a year MIX OR MATCH'
;{ ago the President said: my tax bill is the final answerto I Winesap
our tax troubles. But I do Delmont211 Can I Red Bird 4 lb. .
, "I am directing the Secretary say it, is a sound approach to I Juice !! Vienna Sausage BAG APPLES BagCampbell's .45cPineapple
of the.Treasury, building on recent the problem a foundation on ,
tax studies of the Congress, which to build a better and I U. S. No. 1 Fancy ,
:to'undertake the research and more equitable structure one Tomato Soup Showboat 300 can SWEET POTATOES lb. lOc

preparation of a comprehensive which will enable this countrythe Jiffy- I Spaghetti Fresh Florida
>, tax reform program to be placed better to achieve its eco- Corn Muffin Mix ORANGES'S lb. Bag 39cShurfine .
before the next session of Con- nomical potential. I
Shurfine
pkg.
gress the program should be
Patching the present system Py-O-My ..
aimed at providing a broader may ,help some. But over the Cakes Mixes I Elbow Macroni <
and more uniform tax base, to- I long range we don't want an Tall Can

gether" with an appropriate rate old model, repaired and patchedup EVAP MILK 8 for99c
" structure. We can thereby work I machine. What we need is
: toward a goal of ,a higher, rate a brand new 1962 model the '
.. '; of growth, a more 'equitable tax best..
",. structure. and a simpler tax The Ways and Means Com Steak Sale im'
law." mittee has already done a great t Choice Cuts Better Quality Closer T

That interested me mlghtly. deal of preliminary work on a I
I just happened to have, pending complete revision, of the system.I .
,. In the House Ways and Means feel strongly that now is the SIRLOIN -
': Committee just the kind of tax time to'really get down to work ':

.... reform bill designed to do the and bring out orderly, equitabletax r

job proposed legislation. BONELESS.ROUND
.' I confess that I am greatly
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.: disappointed that there will ap-
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'- ,-parently be more delay in get- Alt KINDS OF PEOPLE
ting down to the tremendously RIB STEAKS r

,, important job of revising and. \
improving our tax system in,
such a way as to accomplishthe . Tender Delicious .

President's aim of achieve- CHUCK ROAST: ' 49Clb.
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ing a higher rate of growth a "
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more equitable tax structure, t Easy To FixJIFFY
and a simpler tax law. ARE BIMNG&satujowcal
Tax experts are almost uni- r STEAKS &
versally agreed that what we N ,
;" have in the of' tax .. L ; ..:..:
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now
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0 way '. ; VEAL CUTLETS lOc
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.t of provisions, many of Bordens 2 lb. .Cup 7. I'_ r" '.:,_ ,.:.;... \ '' T World's Best
.them puntive, Which' are repressive COTTAGE CHEESE ea. 59c
to the country's eco- .', HAMBURGERGenuine 3 Ibs. 1.39

nomic growth: It has been liken Spring Half or Whole

ed to a constantly tightening Energy LEG "O" LAMB lb. 59cGenuine
straight jacket on our economy. I BLEACH gal. 39cRITE '
r As the President said a year Spring Shoulder

,.' ago, "failure to effect funda- LAMB ROAST lb. 39c .'
mental reform of our tax struc- I
'. ture quickly would put in jeopardy Wilson's Shortening -

; the industrial supremacy I
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f' Without going into the merits
i Limit one with $5.00 or more food order
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R t' of the spedfic'ta. proposals '' I ; 1
which the Administration has I' FRS Holsum 3 lb. Jar
put before us, as a group, in 'J
-iny view they fall far short of I top VALUE STAMPS PEANUT BUTTERStarkist 89c" '

' ., the comprehensive tax reform I with $5.00, or more ," , -'T" __ ., . .. FOLGER'SCOFFEE .
i -which -the President has: pro- .food order -. "' ,'- y
and for which I have beenvork'ing and this. '
posed coupon "t',
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METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSRev. SALE:
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,:: ,' Church school 9:30-"A.M.. followed R. W. Dickert,. pastor, an-' .
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a by worship service att" nounced the title of his..sermon ; :.f'

10:30. next Sunday morning. at the 1 J
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sing next
"God's Fourfold Purpose in Correcting 4 .
Sunday. All services are held World Conditions." ... ,,...
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,. in the. Woman's Club building. ...
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Morning 'worship services 'are I
Attending the "United Witness I 1
held each Sunday at 11 o'clock I
for Christ" worshop at the First FOLGERS I SALAD DRESSINGMIRACLE 11
immediately following Sunday
Methodist Church in Daytona I school which begins at 10 o'- I

Beach last, Thursday eveningwere clock. I WHIP ;jl
:-" Mrs. R. N. Hoover; Mrs. COFFEE

" Leonard Johnson Mrs. Inez .
t Crenshaw, and Mrs. Helen Kreu- Miss Margie Schatz spent the 'a'''JI I:

ger. Mrs. Hoover called a meet- weekend here "at the home of 1

ing at her home Friday eveningand her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert IbM 29 '
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: the film strip from that Schatz,. and returned Sunday to 29 ,
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meeting, will be shown. 'She Howeyin--the-Hills where she is can .qt . t

t I urges to attend those, OIK the I attending school. I

t_ Commission of Membership and 1 Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or,more food.. order :
Evangelism and those on the I I
l' I Howard Wi haupt is entertaining -I
Commission on Education, and
as house guests Mr. and Can Del .Monte
*J also the Church School Teach 1 2y2 Chicken of the Sea .j
I Mrs. C. Bagwell Taylor from I '
A group from the rs'l CHUNK STYLE 'i
Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr. Wise I
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, Men's Club are going to .
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and Mr.
Iattend' haupt Taylor were flyI I Peaches 9.
cent City on Thursday night to ing companions during World I II Tuna 29 1

a district ,lay meeting.The War I. can 1
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executive .board, of .the I .- _
:Men's Club is scheduled for 46 oz. Stokely I
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Mr. and Mrs. E. May 14 oz Sniders.
Monday night at the home pf Thomas
Howard Lerch.A have moved to the corner of I TOMATOJuice

Schoolfor ,Christian Workers Central Ave. and Fifteenth St.: 2 29 ,
Catsup
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is to be held in St. Augus- .29 f for

tine next Sunday afternoon at can
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hahn ,
I 2:30. This will be the first of -
and sons from Wakeman Ohio,
a series of four and church ..
No. 300 Can 1
who were visiting here with Mr. 200 Count White Showboat.
school teachers from this church
1 plan to be presentCALLED and I Mrs." J. P. Stryker Jr., have SOFLIN I I PORK' & .
moved to the, Taconis House on '
Flagler Ave. and will live here Beans 3f0r29*
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Napkins
TO ATLANTA for several months., !

Friends of Mrs.:, Henry G. Sta-

'; ton regret to learn of the loss The WSCS business meeting Nabisco Premium Large Size I !
of her mother in Atlanta, Ga.: is' to be held on February '1st BLUECheer I
I ,
' /t; She was called there Thursday at 9:30: A.M. at the home of t *

' by the death of :Mrs. Lodusky I Mrs. Betty Shultz. Mrs. A. K. I II SaltinesJ3i:: 2'g' .29 I

;, t Colbert. She made the trip ac I Dally will be co-hostess. The .pkg

companied by her husband and I arrangements 'for the annual I Ii '
i son Paul, and they returned I i smorgasbord i sset for February --

L '. home here Tuesday,_after attend. 9th and tickets are now on sale. Kraft .... 25 Ft. Reynolds

" ing the funeral. CORN OIL FOIL S

i"li'r I i ;Mr. ,and Mrs. Charles Bertalot .
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Mrs Amelia Gilbert and Mrs.
OJeolb. 29
FR. Edna Knaskern spent several arrived recently from Missouriand Wra.p. pkg29Grade
I are at their home here on ,
.' days last week, on a trip to the
Flagler Ave. Their house
guest
southern end of Florida. I Ir 1- .
r last week was their nephew, r
I Roy Babcock, from Monette, Mo. FROZEN FOODS I PRODUCE "
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. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowe and I ,
for several
: daughter, Mary Jo, arrived Tuesday I I days. 10 oz. Birds EySTRAWBERRIES Golden RipeBANANAS
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' from Moravian Falls, N. C., ,
1'3 i.
ft)' -. to spend two months. Guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. N. pkg.29c _, s.29c
Hoover for one week were Mr. -'. .
10 oz. McKenzie's I. Yellow '.';:.: .
ri\ Albert Degreenia arrived recently and Mrs. Nicholas Trivingo from . .
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I from ,Barton, Vt., to spend Windsor, Qonn.:; and also Mr. TURNIPS"ROOTS' 2 for 29CMr. ONIONS / 3'1bs' .29c
time in his here. and Mrs. Marshall Woodward -
.{ some cottage J 1 J.Y.
G.FRENCH. U. S. No. 1 ,
, from North Palm Beach who r

t f Mrs. Sara Dickinson and Mrs. spent four days. .FRIES 3 for29c POTATOES 10 lb. ..29cb
Charlotte Durofchalk made. a g
trip this week to Miami. J Visitors during the weekend -

-. with Mr., and Mrs. Raymond QUALITY MEATS t = I '1
Guests last week with Mrs. Smith were her son and daugh- I _

Gertrude Higgins were Mr. and ter in law, Mr. and :Mrs. Robert ,
.. ." Wilson's Certified "A" D. & D. I
. Mrs. Harry 'Barnes from Columbia McCort from Jacksonville. They '
r Missouri... were accompanied by their children SMOKED Whole or Shank Half WHOLE

Kathy, Scott Nancy, and
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Hills Academy spent the day was Mrs. Smith's daughter HAMS '. 49 FRYERS I 33

- weekend at home with her par Mrs. James Wilson, from Lake .

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mas- land, accompanied by her chili f
I i Palm
Center Cut River
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: ATTEND UDC TEA ) I Guests, of p Mr. and--Mrs. Henry I points' *jgfr of *n"te-in- the+f state*

: I IN ST. AUGUSTINE before returning to their homes.
Salyerds are Mrs. Salyerds'
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'I brother in law and sister, Mr.
Those from Bunnell who were
I and Mrs. Frank Darling of Pa-
in St. Augustine Friday after- [ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dashoffand
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I I louse, Wash. Also her cousins,
noon for the. annual tea of the and their house guest visited ,
:
LOCALS I Mr. and Mrs. Tom McAlpine and
United Daughters of :I in DeLand last week with John
federacy: were: Mrs. Walter son, Dan, of Sweetgrass', Mont. ; Jarosz who is in a Nursing ,
They also plan to visit several
Knight, Mrs.. Tommy Durrance, ) I home.WINDMILL .
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\ AUXILIARY TO VFW I 'ATTENDS .POSTMASTERS'LUNCHEON ''I Mrs. Robert Bertha and Mrs. I.... j I
I THURSDAY I H. T. Cook. Also Mrs. Z. ,G. Holland -
MEETS TONIGHT .
Jr., 'district director, and
; 'The Auxiliary ,to the VFW i Postmaster Ray Mercer attended I Mrs. Curtis Deen who. were co- GRILL .
Post 5213 will meet at the Bun- 'a luncheon meeting of hostesses. '

nell Center tonightat the Area Postmasters held in I .
Community '
t The tea was at the home of Open 6 A.M.-10 P.M. l
8'o'clock. The president, Mrs. Daytona Beach Thursday. The
BILL AND REECE i
Dr. and Mrs. Reddin Britt.
Clarice Taylor, urges all mem- meeting was held at the Holiday II I .
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bers to attend.UNDERGOES Inn." I DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS . . ., $1.00 {I
Visiting with Mrs. Flossie
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,, SURGERYMrs. 1 I Richardson Saturday were Mr. SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak $1.00 '

,F. L. Malphurs of Bun- and Mrs. Lyle Edsell of Horse-
nell underwent surgery in Riverside 7J i1 iJAMES ,head, 'N. Y. Mrs. Edsell is the SUNDAY, Chicken, & Dumplings $1.25..

,Hospital in Jacksonville former Miss Nellie Jones of Haw 2 Fresh Vegetables, Salad and Rolls

.... Tuesdaymorning.. HOBSON MURRAY Creek. She and her husband ,are I Served with Each of These
J' -. Mr., and. Mrs. James Remley visiting in Ormond Beach with I II

I Murray of Bunnell announce the relatives. : Short Orders, Sandwiches, A la Carte :MealsRhea's :
GIVEN
MRS. WHITE I
arrival of a son, born January I I
SURPRISE HOUSE
18, at the .Halifax Hospital in ,
1" WARMINGMrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wray are I ,
Daytona Beach. He weighed six I
spending several days in Jack-
Cliff Sheffield and Mrs. pounds and six 'ounces and has ,
sonville this weekend with their I Beauty Studio '
Elissa ''Tilton were hostesses for been given the name of James ,
\ son in law and daughter, Mr. "
I a surprise: house warming for Hobson Murray.He and Mrs. Don' Alford., I 19th St. and Daytona Ave. Flagler Beach ,
r Mrs. Joe White last week. is the grandson of Mr. and I. ,

i The'- Whites, recently moved Mrs. H. H. 'Murray of Bunnell., I Specials For Limited Time Only ,
{< into their new home "The White :Mrs. John Jarosz was accompanied -
House" on N. Chapel 'St, in the FERYL: MARDELLE on her visits with Mr." I ;
Name Brand CremeColdwave
F i new Colony Park Subdivision of SUTHERLAND Jarosz, at a DeLand Nursing -

", Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. John Sutherlandof Home last week by her son, .

l1. .. ; Vero Beach are the parentsof I George, Jarosz, and her daughter "/ __ _
\. .a six pound, seven ounce. Mrs. Marcus Dunson. Also , $ 00 '
S JOHN GELLER daughter, born January 15. She Mrs. Andrew Zawleski and Mrs. I U Complete '

CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY s has been given the name, of Helen Lewendowski., She reportsMr.

Feryl Mardelle.She Jarosz's condition as continuing -, I
I John Geller, son of Mr., and is the granddaughter of I about the same. .Shampoo Pin Curl Set H50 .
Mrs. Fred Geller celebrated his I
Mrs.. Neva Eisenbach of Bunnell. .
ninth birthday anniversary, on I Styling Prices Slightly Higher
Mr. and Mrs. Jphn Rice have
Saturday afternoon with a partyat
I as their guests his brother and I -
DIAL HE 9-2383 FOR APPOINTMENT
the family home, East Lam- .
THE BOOK NOOK sister in law, Mr. and Mrs.
bert Avenue. Rhea Dobson,, Owner Roselle Britt, Operator
I 1 Frank 'Rice, of Rochester, N. Y. ,
Sixteen of his playmates en- REBECCABy .
joyed the afternoon with him. Daphne Du Maurier t I

) ' I Lawn games were ,features of Mrs. de Winters met Mr. de

entertainment.Mrs. Winter in a hotel where she was I'j

., Geller served birthday working as a companion to an

I cake with ice cream and fruit elderly lady, Mrs. Van Hopper. the home that likes people. ,''j'j'i'jI
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punch to the young guests. One day'Mrs Van Hopper got ..
sick so Mrs. de Winter went to I
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Mrs. :Z G. Holland, Jr., was lunch along and Mr. de Winterwas :,
in JacKsonville'Sunday afternoon eating 'at the same time .i,

for the ninth annual reception They fell in love and got mar- II
of the Jacksonville chapter ,.!
ried. Their marriage was' very
; of the United Daughters of unexpected. !

I the Confederacy Mrs. Holland They went to live Manderly i

, is serving as, a district, director where Rebecca, Mr.. de Winters {

this year. first lived. Her personality. was

very much alive.
:Mrs. Raphael Sturman visitedin One day the ocean was rough

Jacksonville Friday with her and a boat was about to be

daughter and son in law. I I beaten to pieces on the rocks. 'writii,in .. .. JS''' .
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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Atkinsonleft boat was found that was sunk. ,
recently for a trip to California The boat was Rebecca's' boat. and people like to come home to 4 4'j 4I 4I I
combined business
on They found her body inside 'the I
and pleasure. They plan to be boat. I

I away about a month. Mr. de, Winter had killed his 5'I I ..., OPa "'j

wife but when the investigationwas r ::,... C.Ys !i i'i
Mr. and Mrs.. Hugh Cameron, over it was proved that Re- I A''frvl ''
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W.!W. ,Deen, spent last weekend Mr. and ,Mrs. de Winter moved I

i in 'Daytona Beach, the guests of away to a. nice quiet place. They '

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peardon. I were very happy. I
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If you would like. to know
Mrs. Laura Frier is a patient,I more Just read Rebecca.

in the Flagler 'Clinic and Hos By Helen Minchew, !
pital here. I Library AssistantAnnouncing ,
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A MEDALLION HOME likes people.It likes to see your family j
ekendI ."' enjoy new dimensions of comfort and convenience through the t i
magic of modem, flameless electric living. It likes to provide the t

.>," -i built-in advantages that make the MEDALLION insignia a hallmark j
SpecailOYSTER : : f- of electrical excellence. Inside and outside, a house honored 1
I I I have sold the ,;- with the MEDALLION HOME award has the unmistakable look." ) .
5' .: of family living" and gracious hospitality, starting with the cool, .
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ROASTAll \ Truck I clean all- ertric kitchen continuing throughout. What's more, '
King. Stop i i a MEDALLION; HOME won't be outdated by passing years... :,
electrically it will be as modem tomorrow as it is today. No wonder '
You Can EatFishermen's Station to Mr. and, the demand for MEDALLION HOMES is increasing by leaps and rt ,'- .
bounds in Florida. In every price range they offer the full benefits 7", .f
Mrs. Jim Shattles. .,. of Better Living,Electrically. '

$125 So whether building,buying or modernizing.MEDALLION..'

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express J -
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my appreciationfor CHEAPER TOO .

FLAGLER BEACH'I patronage in L -: The Electric Way, Best Today-Tomorrow the Only Way '
P Every Medallion Home baa clean automatic Electric Cookie ..
Featuring' -... ">>\\.1.. Super-cafe Electric Water Heating for precUHM peace of mind : .
in the past. r i' J{ And other Flamektt Electrical Appliance.Ample Light lot Living ,4 ., '
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" planned for eye comfort and decorative beauty. Full Houae-
, Stemed ir ,law I ; power Wiring with plenty of switches and convenientoutlet_ "\ '; -.,, ;"..
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but that there has been delay- Subscribe lor The Flagler Tribune IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF .

I nearly three of it What I KLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA '
: years 52.50 A Year In Advance IN CHANCERY NO. 4401 ,
H LETTERS TO could have been done three ,. ANN WILHITE. Plaintiff- ;. '
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years ago at reasonable expense I IT.
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF *. t
.' ' cannot be done now because of FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA, LONNIE Y. 'VILHITE f

THE EDZTORU.J changes in the law a' problem JOHN IN CHANCERY RICHARD NO.MACKEY 44O9 NOTICE TO Defendant.DEFENDTHE t

which both the Town and the Plaintiffvs. STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
LONNIE M. -WILHITE '
, ., ----- developers' must face. RUTH LENORA. MACKEY _c/o Blue Bird Cafe
I Defendant Mount Airy. North Carolina I
TO THE CITIZENS OF THE INCORPORATED sible. I am happy to report that NOTICE TO DEFENDi You are hereby notified that a
I In my next repprt I shall attempt I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: suit has been filed against you in
this road block in the form of i
I. ; AREA OF FLAG- to make clear the essential i RUTH LENORA MACKEY the above entitled cause; and you
a suitable water supply seemsin ..I Residence UnknownYou are hereby required to file your an-
\ things other than water are hereby notified that a swer with the Clerk of. this-Court
LEE BEACH: the process of being removed. :I suit has been filed against you in and to serve a copy thereof upon
which will
the Town have to
the above entitled causeand you the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
The Town Commissioners under
do to make it a better place in are hereby required to file yout an- whose name and address is:
the leadership of Mayor swer with the Clerk of this Court Lawrence W. Borns
This is your
the second of : series I
a which to. live and a place where and to serve a copy thereof upon 416 Seabreeze Blvd.

bf reports to keep you informedas and Mr. Richard" Mosby, Chair- children have the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney Daytona Beach. Florida _
your: may some whose name and address is: not later than February 15th. A. D.
to the progress in the development man of the Board, have taken tuture. MAURICE WAGNER 1962. '

of the the first essential step and secured 216 South Palmetto Avenue If you fail to do so. decree pro
Flagler Harbors Michael W. Murray. Daytona Beach Floridanot confesso will be entered against .

Inc., project. the services of one of the later than February 22, A. D., you for the relief demanded in the

State's REQUEST FOR BIDS 1962.If. bill of complaint. The nature of
outstanding professionalwater Sealed bids will be received in you fail to do so. decree pro said suit being for divorce.
First, it is an ateempt to make engineers.Mr. the office of the City Clerk of the confesso will be entered against Witness my hand and seal of
you for the relief demanded in the said Court this 9th day of January
clear that the City of Bunnell, Florida, In the
of
with passing
bill of complaint. The nature of A. D. 1962.Offlcial .
Civic Center Building before
that while on or
Mosby
, the title to the 323 acres of the I reports 12:00 o'clock noon on the 5th day said suit being for divorce. ( Seal)
the 'progress is slow, it is going of February A. D.. 1962 for one WITNESS my hand and seal of E. A. SMYTHE. .
Town land to Flagler Harbor, (1) 1.000-gallon gasoline tank and said Court this 18th day of January Clerk of said Circuit Court
ahead in an acceptable manner A. D. 1962. By Julia R. Harvey x
Inc. for all pump installed regular gas, oil.
practical purposesit I
(Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE Deputy Clerk.
ana that the Town should, and grease.
l' put the developers and the I soon Each bid shall be addressed to Clerk of said Circuit Court I I Jan. 11-18-25 & Feb. 14tcIN
be able to let contracts for the the City Commissioners. Bun- By Julia R. Harvey
Town in partnership. There are nell. Florida. The City Commis- Deputy Clerk NTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF
certain items that the develop. drilling of test wells: the first sioners reserve the right to reject Jan. 25 & Feb. l-8-15-r4tc FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,

step in an engineering and fin- any and all bids and also to accept IN CHANCERY NO. 4400
JI ers must do to make the proj the bid that in its judgment IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH PAULA M. TABLERPlaintiff
i ancing problem of considerable will be for the best interest of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
ect a success. These thing must the City of Bunnell. Florida. FOR FLAGLER COUNTY FLOR- vs.
be in line with established and size which the Town must meet. WITNESS my hand and official IDA, CASE NO. 4407 RAYMOND' CHARLES TABLER.
seal this 22nd day of January EULIS LINWOOD WATKINS. Defendant
In closing the people of Jhe ;
,
NOTICE TO DEFEND
sound business policies and A. D. 1962. Plaintiff
Town should realize that this I Levi L. Brannam Sr.. Mayor -vs- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOr
,
meet the legal requirements of City. of Bunnell. Florida FONNIE H. WATKINS RAYMOND CHARLES TABLER
i is job of major size and importance I
the a ATTEST: Defendant. Sloane House YMCA
law. This includes at least ;
DIVORCE New York City, N. Y.
that it cannot be successfully Nancy C. Rodgers City Clerk
-
three divisions of the Federal ; Jan. 25 & Feb .1-2tc NOTICE TO APPEAR You are hereby notified that a
r I done by any group I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: suit has been filed against you in
Government and two of the I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTIN FONNIE H. WATKINS the above entitled cause; and you
, State bodies.To working alone and that it is es- AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY 2206' Metts Avenue are hereby required to file your an-

sential that the people of the NFLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Wilmington N. C. swer with the Clerk of this Court.
meet all of 'these con CASE NO. 608 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat and to serve a copy thereof upon
Town understand it "and know IN RE: Estate of I a suit for divorce has been the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney,
ditions and requirements, together 0 ROBERT WELMER SCHAEFER. 'filed against you in the above entitled whose name and address is:
with the truth. There is no question deceased. cause and you are hereby Anthony J. Grezik
. our own problems required to Plaintiff's 423
; NOTICE OF PROBATETO serve upon Broadway
ofT engineering, surveying and, ALL PERSONS INTERESTEDIN Attorney whose name and address Daytona Beach. Floridanot .
THE ESTATE OF SAID DE-. appear. -hereon your- written defense later than February 8th. A. D.
specification for contracts makesa CEDENT: If any to the Complaint In 1962. ,
of major YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat I I day i before the 15th I If you fail to do so, decree pro
job proportions February
so
a written instrument purport- I I of 1962; else Decree confesso will be entered againstyou
that any statements made to I ing to be the last will and testament Pro Confesso will be entered for the relief demanded in the
of said decedent has been against you.WITNESS. bill of complaint. The nature of
\the effect that "nothing is being admitted to probate in this court. I my hand and seal of said suit being for divorce.
: done" the You are hereby commanded within said court this 15th day of January WITNESS my hand and seal of
by developersAnd six calendar months from the 1962.Court . said Court this 8th day of JanuaryA.
that "they don't intend to date of the first publication of this ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHEClerk D. 1962.Official .
notice to in and of Court ( Seal)
appear this court ,
do anything" is not only absurd show cause if any you can. why W. L. WadsworthAttorney E. A. SMYTHE

but malicious. Speaking in I the action of this court in admit- for PlaintiffP. Clerk of said Circuit Court
ting said will to probate should O. Box 396 By Julia R. Harvey
my personal capacity, I don't I not stand unrevoked.s Bunnell. Fla. Deputy Clerk
intend to with'what / / T. K. MCKNIGHT Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-4tc. Jan. 11-18-25 & Feb. 1-4tc

proceed County Judge.
some call "doing something"until First publication date January I FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT
18 1962. I STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT DECEMBER 31, 1001
these items are cleared Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-.Uc

: 'we have reasonable st I I ASSETS
an assurance
IN TilE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Cash In Banks. ___* 32165.88
from the multiplicity of IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY U. S., Government Notes __ 50000.00
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. I I Lands Owned in Fee ... .. 45088.11
agencies, bureaus' and subbu CASE NO. 608 Office Furniture & Fixtures _- -- 4862.21

NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Cash ,_ _. .._ '35.00
that shall >
reaus we have ape If! RE ESTATE OF' ret \ ""**:h - ?

'proval. It is neither in the interests I ROBERT WELMER SCHAEFER.- $132,151.20
.
Deceased.To .
of the Town nor the developers all creditors and all persons LIABILITIES .

having claims or demands against Surplus .....:.:::...-._._|132,151.20ILECEII'TS
to start something said estate; i ;. '. .

which may not be finished or You and each of you. are here- Cash in Banks January 1, 1961 .......... .- _$ 53509.95
by notified and required to, pre- Received During Year: '
which will hold us up after we sent any claims and demands Tax Redemptions ___ $ 2.69 -7' .. -

have which you. or either of you may Interest on U.S. Certificates .'_ 2,437.50 - . -
made contracts.: have against the estate of ROBERT Lease to City of Boca Raton --!-.- 1.00 ,'

On the positive side, these WELMER SCHAEFER.. deceased Sale of MSA 689 BR Palm Beach '

late of Flagler County. Florida, to County ________ 27,500.00 .
things have been done at the Hon. T. K. McKnight County Reimbursement of Expenses Releas- '.

least they are in the of Judge of Flagler County, at his !! ing MSA's 3049-B & 3051 In Flagler I '0,
process I I
office in the County Courthouse in County 1720.00
:being done: Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida, I I Reimbursement of Expenses Releas-
within six calendar months from MSA 231-A in St. Johns County 300.00 ."
1. We consider F. H. A. approval the date of the first publication I I' Refund on Surety Bond Premius 208.07 '". r. ,...
essential. The major item hereof. All claims and demandsnot Refund on Commissioners' Per Diem 10.00 : ' ,
presented withinthe time and Refund on Commissioners' Mileage 13.50 :';;" '
and the major stumbling block in the manner prescribed herein I I Refund on Attorney's Office Expense 1.28 J
shall be barred 'as provided by law. Sale of Atlases _._. ....._.......... 95.00 ,
so' far 0s both the Town and .. Dated January 22nd. A. D. 1962. Withholding Tax Withheld -....' 2576.80 .,
,
,
'> ' '., : .::::: .", :: '::'":>':'':':::':': .
the developers are concerned (if;;:; ?l':!:: ; .x-:: :; It/: : -; : : S/ OPAL WINDSOR SCHAEFER. I i Retirement Withheld 735.96 '
As Executor of the Last Will and Social Security Withheld 261.00 '* 35862.80
'was the lifting of the ban on STARSTRUCK . Judy >Vil- Testament of ROBERT WELMER '
SCHAEFER. Deceased. Total cash January 1. 1961 and received during : ::? .89.372.75
year- '--'-
positive Hams went to Hollywood
filled land. This 18.
was a -
TO THE EXECUTOR OR ':' .
road block which with the helpof with an ambition to become a ADMINISTRATOR: DISBURSEMENTS! .;;! '.

movie star. So far, she has The above notice must be pub Office Furniture & Fixtures -. -------_$ 15.00 $ 15.00 .
Congressman Herlong and a lished in a newspaper published in .
wangled a promised part on a Flagler County once a week for .1" !.o.
trip to Washington by my As- tv show. four (4) publications and the proof Owners'BR Policy In re: Sale of MSA 689- '245.00 245.00Administrative :
I
soclate. James Ebert. seems to of such publication (which will be
.. . . . . .. . ............. furnished you by the paper) filed i r ; '
been This . . . "" Expense: .
have overcome. jU\t. in this office. I .
: I Surety Bond Premiums 1125.75
MCKNIGHT ',;
tifies our going ahead with the F. AI.FORDRegistered sT.. K. Commissioners' Per Diem ...._+. 5740.00 "

1-8-15-4tc County Judge. I Commissioners' Mileage ._._._......'. 889.60'\ "
Jan. 25 & Feb.
engineering surveying, soil "
Employees' Salaries _, 3540.00 .
I Office Rent ,.:...__. 1,050.00'
and other *
testing requirements NOTICE OF TIM FOR FILING '
'
Real Estate BrokerBunnell I Safe Deposit Box Rent 12.50
RECEIVERSHIP
CLAIMS IN THE <
necessary to:final approval. For AMERICAN SURETYCOMPANY. Stationery. Printing & Supplies =-- 89.44
OF PAN Postage & Express ____________ 58.00 '
A FLORIDACORPORATION
these services we are committing FloridaCERTIFICATED
Telephone & Telegraph -. .? 305.33.
of I' Miscellaneous .:. 66.64 ,' J: "*..
ourselves to an expense Notice is hereby given that pur- - '''
Equipment Repairs 1 56.50 $12.933.76-! .
O.
suant to Order of Honorable R.
well over 515,000. If we had not OF CORPORATE Morrow Circuit Judge. Fifteenth I -
Legal ,;tAttorneys'
Expenses
in the ban DISSOLUTION Judicial Circuit in and for Palm ; .
succeeded having
.Salaries __ ___
L ,$ 12750.00 j
BY THE dated
THE NAME AND Beach County. Florida. De- '
lifted on filling theland, the AUTHORITY IX OF THE. STATE OF cember 28, 1961. entered In the case Postage Stationery_Printing_ & Supplies ...._ 71.23 .- .! *:...".,
68.00 _
of the State of Florida ox ref J.
would be worthless to FLORIDA Telephone & .
property TO ALL TO c WHOM THESE Edwin Larson. State Treasurer and Telegraph 157.93 ,
in actual fact an ex- PRESENTS SHALL COME GREET- ex officio Insurance Commissionervs. Travel Expense 392.33':
anyone; t Legal Advertisements _-.:.._- 435.25 "IS.
SURETY .J'
PAN
INGS: Miscellaneous _.___.. :
Florida .
pense to the Town. Whereas. F. W. Hooper Flagler COMPANY a Corporation 93.70 $13.968.44... ::

\ to this Beach ,Florida Chancery No. 61-C-2383 B. all I -r "'
in .
2. Next importance ; Engineering. Surveys & Procurement:
Ella May Hooper. Flagler Beach claimants, creditors persons firms General '
/
Is the Town water problem I I Florida M. LA. ,Johnson. Bunnell. Florida or gainst corporations the defendant.having PAN claims AMERICAN a-- Manager's Manager's Secretary's Salary Salary ____._..10000.00 4020.00 .' -i"" .

without which the developmentof I I did 'on the 3rd day of March. A. D. SURETY COMPANY are reQuired Maps. Prints & Supplies ,- ..-, ,t _,_ 197.55 "' r-, 's; ,
Telephone & __________
Telegraph 473.52 ';i
1927 to be incorporated under to file all such claims with
cause
the Town, beyond its present I the provisions of the general Honorable J. Edwin Larson; State Travel Expense - .-_- ... 816.36 : i

stage of stagnation, is impos- corporation law of the State of Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner Postage. Express & Office Expense _. 259.44 r''V.i-J{ .;} z
I Office Rent } ,
CONSTRUCTION American >- ------ 1.651.20
I Florida HOOPER Receiver for Pan "" .
"
Miscellaneous _. .
_
_
with its I 11,50" _,
COMPANY a corporation. Surety Company at the State Capitol -
principal place of business at Tallahassee. Florida. in accord- Equipment Repairs & 'Service 85.11 ,. ,;;
I FLAGLER BE"A C K. FLAGLER ance with Section 631.181. Florida I Subscriptions __._____ 165.00 $17,679,68.1 :.

TV SERVICE COUNTY. In the State of Florida Statutes. 1961. proofs of claims to Ritrht-of-Way ; '", '
and whereas the stockholders of be presented and filed not later Expenses: SBrockway
such corporation did on the 15th than December 3. 1962. or such Weber & Brockway Right '. ..,.. t
ALL MAKES day of January. A. D. 196%. causeto claims shall be forever barred. of Way expenses in Palm Beach h : .
be filed in the office of the. sworn proof of claim shall be set County - - ..---.. 740.40 1
Agent For Secretary of State of the State of forth in reasonable detail the Chelsea Title & Guaranty Co.. Right ..
Florida a Consent of all the stock- amount of the claim on the basis of Way Expenses in Palm Beach
County .. __._.. tOO.OO'
the of -
holders under provisions upon which such amount can be
RCA & PHILCOTUBES said Chapter 608. Florida Statutes ascertained the facts unon which 0 Appraisal Expense _. -- -- 850.00 .
showing the dissolution of such the claim is based and the priori- I certificates & Reports on Titles 425.00 "
corporation.Now ties asserted if any. All such I Recording Fees __.J >?, 61.70 $2177.10. '

& ANTENNAS SOLD therefore the Secretary of claims shall be verified by the affidavit .
Miscellaneous
INSTALLED State does hereby certify to the of the claimant. or someone Expenses: '
AND and that he is satisfied authorized Expense of State Auditor 423.36
foregoing to act on his behalf and
Henry Holland Buckman ________ 6,190.77Withholding '
that the requirements of law have having knowledge of the facts. and .'.
TUBES TESTED FBEE with. shall be Tax Paid 2576.80
been complied supported by such documents -
Retirement 735.96Social
IN WITNESS WHEREOF,S. as may be material thereto. Paid t 261.00 ,
I have hereunto set my Forms will be furnished by 0 the Security Paid $10.187,89
hand and. have affixed the Receiver reouest. ,
TVBobFLAGLER Great Seal of the State ot J. EDWIN noon LARSON. State Treasurer Total Disbursements ,.-- - .--_ ...- '--.r'&7.206.87

H (SEAL) Tallahassee,. and Insurance Commissioner ..... "
the rCapitalt this the Fifteenth Receiver. Pan American Surety Cash in Banks December 31, 1961 - ,., -5 n.tes.IS

day of January,. Company. I This Statement has been prepared in accordance with DrovisInnV 10t
BEACH :A. D. 1S62. Dates of publication: Chanter 14723. Laws ot Florida. 1931. Detail of accounts with I.in
TOM ADAMS January 18. 1962 porting vouchers are on file in the office of the Treasurer. -r"

I PHONE BE 9-2204 I Secretary of State! January 25. 192 .1 O,. F;. ALFORD .
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}i Thursday, Jan. 25, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA o& < PAGE SEVENJ

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f

I Man on The Moon huge 'fossil dragon across ,north 1 or because'! he burned all classic Conservation News ers to be benefitted, per cent of 11
China from Shanhaikwan on they books and buried alive 460 1 acreage under district agreement _
.
.j Yellow Sea to the desert fortressof scholars who objected to his RobinsonAn high damageable values. :
See The By Tilman W.
; May Great ..
; Kiayukwanaa distance of policies. Ch'in, who styled himself and/or anticipated benefits. ', :.

Wall of ChinaIn some 1,500 miles. The wall's "The Only First," wanted 1 evaluation on study of the I The ;application was also discussed -
I winding, looping course actually history to begin. with his dyn- i Haw Creek Watershed in Flag. with members of the-

a few yearan; astronaut I covers nearly 2,000 miles, the asty.Work J ler County was made last week Board of County Commissionersand -

may test he long-held belief National Geographic. Society on the Great Wall start- by H. T. Stanley, assistant conservation District Supervisors. The-
that the Great Wall of China 'says. ; ed in 221, B. C. The northern Soil Conservation I general feeling of .those present ...

Is the only man-made teature 'I Chin United China I Chinese states had built walls Service, and" ,L. M. Hollings- is that the score was exceptionally -

r on earth that would be visible along their borders before Ch'in, worth of the State Soil Conservation high and engineering studies --
to an observer on the moon. Emperor Ch'in Shi Huang Ti but he created the first unbroken Board. by the Federal Government 1 1I
"I built much of the Great Wall barrier between a unified can be expected to begin at an I
d Parts of the 2,000 year old wall in China- The application received a .
the 3rd century, B.C. Ch'inwas and the barbaric I early date.Another t
are rubble, but long stretches who score of 96 ,per cent out of a
't a remarkable ruler tribes to the north. Invasion of factor
aTe virtually intact. Chinese J possible 100 on such evaluation encouraging
united China by subjugating a Chinese provinces always had statement Mr. I
was a made by
Communists recently damaged started re- j I group of warring states. He ordered come from that direction. "Haveno factors asnumber of landown- I Stanley to the effect that the ;
pairing some sections ; weapons of the defeated fear of the tiger from the construction
| I contracts on chan .
of'The the crenelated rampart. armies to be melted and cast south," a proverb advised, "but the wall to appease northern nel improvement could be

Great Wall twists like. a into 12 huge metal images. They beware the rooster from the demons and serve as protective I awarded for one segment at a
were placed around the grandiose north." spirits. "-
I I time, thereby permitting the
CLASSIFIEDADS new imperial>alace to serves Public Works Project The Chinese looked on the sponsors to finance their portion c""
guardians. I Great Wall as the edge of civili of the cost on a payasyougobasis. "
On the outskirts of Sienyang, The Great Wall-also was conceived )zation. The north was the land If handled in this manner -
his capital, Ch'in built 270 palaces to provide work for the of devils. To keep them out, the no borrowed money wouldbe
connected by walled pas.unemployed. Emperor Ch'in "demon screen" could have no involved. II
'''Listings under this* heading are sages. They w re. .furnished \I marshaled an army ,of 300,000 gaps. Therefore was continued I a
t 3 75 enta cent per In word minimum each insertion charge.', with' tents, canopies,'_musicians, workmen who included discharged unbroken over ruggedterrain ---

__ dancing girls, and 13,000 wives I I' soldiers, prisoners of even where invasion was im .
SALE-Youth bed in excel I'I'I' probable.. I Community
FOR and concubines. To foil would. war, criminals, princes of con
lent condition. Call ID 73394. be assassins, Chi'in never spent quered states, dishonest public Other dynasties extended' and Memorial ChurchInterdenominational

1-25-ltp -I two consecutive nights in the officials, and, scholars who insisted repaired the wall many times, .1
I same place. on preserving the classics. but much of the foundation is I
HOUSE FOR SALE-2 .bedroom, AIR CONDITIONED
A somewhat caustical Chinese Construction of the stone, the original laid by Ch'in. Iron
.1
large living, dining area, carport I I I Daytona Ave I
historian described Ch'in as hav earth, and brick barrier took 15 ically, v National Geographic
and utility room, CBS on 1
ing a "high-pointed nose. slit i years. At least a million men points out, Ch'in's epitaphdoes'nt FLAGLER BEACH
100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South "
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf eyes, pigeon breast, wolf voice, worked on the project. So many mention his wall or unification Sunday School 10:00: A.M., \
t. tiger heart, and a stingy, grace workmen died that the Great of China. It states: "He Church ,Service 11:00 A.M. c'I '
FOR SALE-Five acres and two less, cringing character." Wall earned the grim title of burned the books, and he buried I R.V.. DICKERT, Pastor
houses just outside city limitson Chinese savants painted unflattering "The Longest Cemetery in the the scholars." The% savants*had EVERYONE WELCOME i

old Haw Creek Road.. Contact picture the emper i World." Victims were buried in I the last word. __ -_______ .. - __- - - .-oi!;& .
Robert l\ oody'at Moody's Floral ------- -- -- 1--.. ---- --
Service. Phone ID 7.3240 or AMERICANA College Notebook

\ ID 73622. 1.25.2tp United States Air Force Academy INSURE-Stay Insured & Rest Assured

FOR RENT-Unfurnished duplex ,

f apartment, 2 bedrooms, screened GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROMH.
porch. ID 73304. 1-28-tf
..
FOR RENT-Mod.' 3 room furn. T. COOK AGENCY

... cottage-bath, fireplace, over
looking canal: fishing, 1 or 2, Citizens Ba k-Bldg. Bunnell, Florida ,
adults, .$25.00 mo., 4 miles S.
Marineland on AlA, Box 143.

ATTENTION, MAN OR WOMAN: I 1

Serve Consumers with Rawleigh ',, ;!iozJ . CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA

Products in Flagler Co. Must
/
have desire to earn $100 per 8I H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
week' & up. See Frank W. Mas- -
JOHN HARDIN. Associate
sey, PO Box 74, Anthony, or:
write Rawleigh's Dept. FAA-360- Am OXYGEN

27, Memphis Tenn. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I LADY I EQUIPPED

,t t Jan. 25 & Feb. 8-2tp I I : ATTENDANT AMBULANCES

FOR SALE-Modern Retirement I
.
Phone 'ID 7-3532
Home and Efficiency apartments L-

on valuable corner lot 100 x 100. I Il 201 E.'MOODY'BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA i'
l Central Ave, 1 block north of, .
.
I Highway 11. Phone HE 92300.I Briefly stated, he mission of the United States Air Force Academy
: Jan. 18.4tc is to educate, train and motivate young men for lifetime careers as
Air Force officers. In more detail, the mission is to provide instruction Yours for Faster Service
SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- experience and motivation each cadet so that'he will graduatewith .
able rates. George. Jarosz, phone. the knowledge, character and qualities of leadership essentialto
ID 73410. 11.2 to 4-26-tp : progressive development as a career officer: in the United New York-Florida
States Air Force.
,; FOR ,RENT OR SALE-3 bed-I Cadets who the four- The curriculum
complete four-year Academy '
room house at north end of Palmetto i I year course of study at the Academy is designed to provide a Thru Express Route .
x
Flagler Beach, on boat I north of Colorado Springs, foundation for further development ' ,
canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional Colorado, graduate with Bachelorof in any of the numerous ca-
value, beautiful interior Science degrees and commis- reer fields open to Air Force ,1
and exterior $90.00 per sions as second lieutenants in the officers. It is neither an engineer : _
Regular Air Force. ing.nor a liberal'arts program but .::
month for September 1 occur
The Air Force Academy was combines certain elements of both.
r, pancy. Contact present renters authorized by the 83rd Congress, The required academic program
or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona in 1954. The site near Colorado totals 144& semester hours and is
i Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF Springs was chosen after a com balanced almost evenly betweenthe
mission visited proposed sites in basic and applied sciences,
Ocean housekeeping apart- 22 states. In 1955, the Academy'was and the humanities and social :Yl>7/1/1.Y..O A NN/RN1TttN//.t11N"7f1 J9'N(
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com- established at an interim site sciences. However, cadets with I f
pete with linens and all utilities. on Lowry Air Force Base in Den exceptional ability or previous
Sun deck, fishing, swimming, ver. Three small classes of 300 college training may participatein NJ.
loafing. Day, week or month. cadets. entered the Academy'during the Curriculum Enrichment
the first three years of its Program, established at the Acad-
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
of in 1957. Under'the enrich
existence, and another class emy
HE 9.2082. 7.6tf 454 entered in the summer of 1957. ment program, cadets may
FOR-:-RENT-Unfurnished large The first full-sized class of approximately broaden their knowledge or specialize J.
750 cadets entered in the in a subject area by vali-
2-bedroom garage apartment.Call when the Cadet dating courses previously taken . .
summer of 1958, : ....; <<<:,,.>.
HE 9.2318, or see Zeke Wing moved to the new site. By and by taking overload courses
Chaffee. 11-17-tf 1962 the Air Force Cadet Wing above the prescribed semester
f will reach its authorized strengthof load. Thus, they are free to take
.I FOR RENT furnished 2 bedroomone 2,512 the same as the Corpsof substitute courses offered in the fake TRAILWAYSeasiest
bath ,house, Daytona Ave., ,Cadets at West Point. enrichment program. I .

t ,Flagler Beach. ,Completely ren- .- .-- .: __ u -___ I .
ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys :- '- [ travel on earth
.
can be picked up at Sullivan's 11
Gulf 'Station. Nov 10-U 24 HourWrecker *' Fastest bus service between New York and Miami, .
Service serving central Florida points and Jacksonville New
!l' restroom-equipped bus fleet. ..

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., PAGE EIGHT ".,-.'d .. .t THE FLAPPER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA Thursday, Jan. 25, 1962 t'

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:: Eastern Star ,.', ',' : contestants sing "Jeanie", some petted to attend, the 1962 t\

i..", ; ,. 'of them always use it as the I tions and "Jeanie" ball, aUdr-1
: : > Foster selection which they: present with several other former win- .
i..., Elects New ; .
along with other songs by ners. \

( American composers it' was ,
r h, Officers pointed out today. I :

;' Mrs. Wanda Mercer was elected "In addition,' all entries appear Boys and GirlsGan'

; I worthy; matron of the Bun- in lovely gowns of a pat-

N f" -! nell Charter, No. 93, of Eastern tern popular in 1854, the year Go In Marine Corps y .

i:: Star at the.annual chapter election Stephen Foster's song was pub
,;, *-. Tuesday night. Elected to ''lished. He is believed to ,have Before GraduationHigh

serve with her as worthy'pa' written the song in tribute to
tron was her husband, Ray his wife, Janet and he composed School seniors both

t ,, '. ::Mercer. .. the lyrics as well as,the 'boys and girls-can now enlist; Co
;r'{ Other chapter officers elected music. in the U.S. Marine Corps 120

'J were Kay Swayze, associate matron - Miss Thelma Boltin, special days prior to going on active r ry JCS y .; "

c', ; Shelton Brooks' associate events director, said that approximately I duty, Sgt. Ellison Smith says.

); patron; Alice Lovell, conductress 20 talented young
I Sgt. Smith, area Marine Corps i
':: ; Betty White, 'associate conductress women singers from about a I recruiter, said this permits a
; Martha Mercer, secretary dozen citeis and towns will
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young man or woman to com- I .
t v ; Evelyn White, treasurer; participate in the annual audi j. plete his education and still be
, Rufus Miller, sentinel: tions sponsored by the Memorial
, I assured ot. active duty after
Appointive officers will bet Commission and the Florida I graduation on a date of their'I .1

I ,named by Mrs. Mercer at a la- Federation of Music Clubs. The I I selection without being,confronted -
: ter date. winner will receive .
'" a $500 musical I or held on, a waiting list. .avw
r The chapter plans an open installation .. scholarship as well as the "There is no loss of school BOY'S HEAVEN Robert Lang, 7, of Los Angeles, tries to
i'L ceremony on Febru- coveted "Jeanie" title for 1962. : time except for the necessary count the chocolate-covered candy bars'coming off a production I

.> ary 22nd,,at the :Masonic Lodge Four runnersrup will receive trip to Jacksonville for complete I line of a Chicago candy company. ,

room retiring Worthy Matron $200 scholarships.The physical and mental examina IrJ.Jf

" Rita Diamond, said today.Legion colorful event Is open tot tions, all expenses paid usually ".". ................Y1t.'f"....."'...J-....... .WWWWWVWIAAMWMFOR
s'. young women between the ages from Saturday afternoon through
ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGH
,. of 17 and 21, Inclusive' who are. Monday evening," Sgt. Smith
; AuxiliaryParticipates advanced musicians capable of said. '

giving creditable radio, tele- The 120 days delay which are AMBULANCE '

i In vision and concert performances.Each used with this particular pro PHONE VAlley 4-1625

entry is sponsored by a gram are counted as actual SERVICE
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
\ District Meeting I Florida Federated Music Club, service in determining future

t' The American Legion Auxiliary S! and must be from a family pay and promotions, plus time Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. Wo: l'
legally residing in Florida. deducted from obligated service, '
, service with promptness, safety and
Unit 115 participated in the are always at your I
The reigning''Jeanie' is Cheryl the recruiter said.
district meeting held in Ormond 1sxvarienca.
Jane Clairborne of Miami Shores Further information can be ,
,Beach Thursday night. The oc '
f casion was the official Visit' of She was a,, ,Miami Edison High_ tamed by Contacting Sgt. Smithon Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator /
School senior and just 17 years his weekely visits to Daytona -
the department president to the
old when she last Beach the main office
won year, one at post Garcia Funeral Home
units in the southern part of
of the youngest titlists in the I or write to the Q.S. Ma-
L District Five. history of the auditions. rine Corps Recruiting Office P.. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
Unit President Laura Morris
Winners :are not eligible to Executive Building 2520 LADY ASSISTANT
and Mrs. Frances Wadsworth at- N.I ,
tended the dinner meeting held compete a second time, she ex- Orange Ave., Orlando. V.........JJ.JJ-.VtI'

,'. I at the Tropics and the business I eI ", --
meeting. at the post home here. I


S 4-H CLUBS MEET ..1 I I H:5----- NOW.

" ON THURSDAY I \ .

s: joint meeting of the Flagler I I "

N County 4-H Clubs was held Jon'' ';, \ : : LIVELINESS
41 January 18th at the ,courthouse.

", Discussed was the possibility ', ; ,
: of putting some of the 4-H : '- AND LUXURY

l' Clubs', money into registered .

r cows and build into a herd. .. Chevy II Nora 4002-Door Sedan
G i j Also .discussed was the moving -
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" : of the 4-H fence. IN.A FULLLINE
" ; pasture . y .: gnr I ,
:,, f .Also talked on the preparation ;
It. '
i""' ,:$or. the public speaking con .' "':' _
'. ,test. .f > / ,/; OF.

I Allida Tucker received $10 for k. .: f f r -, '
'" selling the most tickets at '
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P. Cracker Day. We also saw a -i": , 'LOWPRICEDCARS

t ',,' .fi1 n on quadruplet calves. ... ,

;'. I -'By Reporter.. M Chevy II Nova 400 Sport Coupe

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Advocates
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'V 4' "Valuation.Superintendents Drive ::: ::.y uimnEleven


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'.' StateSuperintendent of Pub- ,
fr-
Instruction Thomas D. Bail- '
new-size models make
ley last week urged county superintendents .
.... to "furnish theleadership' ti. z One-Stop Shopping easier than ,Chevy II,Nora 400.4-Door Station Wagon

for a new drive to I '
\!t broaden the tax base supporting , _ever at your Chevrolet dealer'sNothing ":

.' Florida's' publis chools. .
.... ,Speaking at the County Su' fair to middling aboutthe spacious -
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t,>'. : perintendents' Association: meetIng &. and spunky new lineup of lowpricedcars
: "'. at the University, of Flor-- from Chevrolet! From the looks
": ,Ida's 34 Hills Miller Health Cen- '
. of these Novas
I' nifty top-of-the-line
t' ter, Bailey told some 100 superintendents .-
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':-: that: Florida must "' (unmistakably new),.you'd never guess

t,. find the money to maintain a :' ;, 1 .they're so easy to own" Even some Chevy II Nova 400,4-Door SedanChevy

,t,: ? I quality school system in the S bigger cars wonder how we got so much

face "of' the, rapidly expanding. full-size family room into such a park- ,

, -g school population. ,_ s able package-and such hustle out of a

"J ; "". ., 6 that sips gas so sparingly. Your :#:;.'y:;.;;.;:%.,:.;..:.,: :dwdwJl.;..::,.; y.Gr..r',:..r: i..g, \
' Foster .Memorial :' dealer will point out more reasons why ,
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.. luxury and a low
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"Jeanie" ,Program: _' "t :_price have never r-
"been -more beautifully S

j ';' i Saturday, Feb. 10 . ; ;" .: '_blended! II Nora Convertible ,

.lover ;. ,. -.
' greatest
Foster's -, .
: Stephen 1 ; "? ,' ,
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"Jeanie With
classic -
the
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song .
;, the Light Brown Hair" will provide . .:See the new Chevy II, new Chevrolet and new Conair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer'sHALLTUMUN '
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,-: .- ', ,the theme for the llth annual -,. "I. -,
:MJeanie" audition to. beheld > ..

" at White Springs Saturday, .. 1-;
', Stephen :y l CHEVROLET 'COMPANY cc
4' 10, at the
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