Title: Flagler Tribune
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: February 8, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00630
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50, NO. 5 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1962 $2.50 A "YEAR

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Second I,ORGANIZATION I BtrimellBeacbIAnnual CIGARETTE t TAXES I Mothers March
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Fallout Shelter i TO BE FEBRURAY 15 Elections FLAGLER COUNTYThomas I Dates Are Set

I Next 15 E. Lee director of the
I Thursday, February j I I \,
,is the date set for the organization State Beverage Dept reports the
Is Made Comes March 6th For Next Week
Survey ,, of the Business and Profes I following amounts distributed j I Ito ,

W. R. Gomon and 'Associatesare sional Women's Club in Bunnell... Five candidates have : the municipalities of Flagler'(i Wilfred Hunter couty chair- !
) this week completing the ,The meeting will be held at the: fied to date to' run in qU8U.t'county from December collectionof chairman of the March of :'

'second phase of the public fallout :City Hall at 8 o'clock that eve I election March 6 for three commission I the 5cents a package on Dimes, said today Mrs. Bette ,/ .{

t, shelter survey in Flagler]i'ning. posts. The qualifying cigarettes sold in their corporate McDaniel will serve as chair- (
1, County.' The survey is collecting I i Those interested in becoming deadline is February 23. limits: man of the Bunnell Mothers I I
data on buildings in the county I,I a member of the club are asked I Those qualifying to date are: II" Beverly Beach, $64.78; :Marine- March. The March is scheduled I

possibly suited to ,housing 50 or j'to contact Gwen McGriff at i C. A. McKenzie, C. B. Eisenbach, land, $41.05; Bunnell, $1,565.35; to begin at 7:30 o'clock Friday i
[I more persons. j!j:ID 7.3253 or Frances Edmon Frances W. Edmonson, T. P.:and Flagler Beach, $572.07. !!evening, February '16. I

E. T. Torrence and Carl Ger- 'son at ID 73376. I II Chambers, and Charles (Buddy) I I II I l At Flagler Beach ,the Mothers
I ken said the survey reveals that I II Chambers. I Howard Wisehaupt j l March will be conducted on
Marineland and Lehigh Portland I I Commissioners McKenzie and Thursday evening, February 15,
Cement plants afford excellent I It 'Mrs. Leola JonesIs I I Eisenbach have served one termon Will Speak To 1 1I I with Mrs. Jeanette Owens as

t shelter with very little prepa the city commission and' are I!!chairman. She will be assisted
f ration. The Flagler County Named Judge of I II' :running for re-election. The other by the Flagler Beach Parent-
I' courthouse also has an excellent I I' I three candidates are newcomers Local Rotary Club I II I Teacher Association members in

". area 'with a small amount of 1'Small Claims CourtMrs. in the political field. The Howard J. Wisehaupt of Flag I I[the drive there.

I conversion. They reported that I'term of Commissioner Harry Atkinson ler Beach will be guest speakerat I| Mrs. McDaniel said she will
of I
Leola Jones
the Flagler Beach Hotel base- Flagler I also expires this year. I the weekly luncheon meeting assisted in Bunnell by members
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. ment could be converted into a Beach has been named Judgeof ': Holdovers on the commission of the Bunnell Rotary Club I. of the Idlewood Club. They
}i good shelter. the Flagler County Small this year are H. V.. Peavy and I!J Thursday at 12:30 P.M. in the I are asking all those who wish .-
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Claims Court. filling
Information is Levi Brannam. I Il '
being gathered j I Masonic Hall. to contribute to the drive to ,
kt 4. on these buildings and this' will J,t unexpired term of Charles Ton l The city registration books Mr. Wisehaupt is well knownin (1 I leave the porch light on. The
Mrs Jones
kin who
go to Washington where it will ,, resigned. I, are now open and will remain many parts of the country !fire siren will blow at 7 o'clock
,; be fed through computers be-I II was appointed last week by I open until noon February 23. I I for his success as a public''in the evening to mark the

,j fore the final results are Governor, Farris Bryant. At Flagler Beach, one .candidate -,speaker. He will be introducedby ,'opening of the drive.
re-I I Mrs. Jones is the wife of Al !
vealed. i had qualified at press time J JI Clifford McGrif, program I Those assisting in other sections
t bert G. Jones, owner and developer
Gomon Associates have a contract i I to run in the Flagler, Beach chairman. of the county are: St.
from the U. S. Army Engineers of. Jones Beach on North ::I town election which also is, held j I I S President John A. Cannon and I Johns Park, Mrs. B. F. McFar-

in Jacksonville to make AlA. They came to Flagler: :i on March 6. The lone candidate ',Charles Tonkin represented the land; Korona, Mrs. Sophie Sml-

f J. J the survey. Beach 12 years ago from Omega, 1 i is R. M. Anderson of An- club at Lake City Sunday at an gielski; Haw Creek, Mrs. Ethel
Mr. Torrence said before a I[Georgia. derson Flying Service. He is out eastern section meeting of District McMillan; Bimini, :Mrs. Mary .
Mrs. Jones said she will :
building is marked -for shelter I I I today for one of the two seats open 694. This meeting :was held 'Tucker; Espanola, Sue Cobb; Ar-
) be at the courthouse here, on I
written permission must be i to candidates this year. Mr. at the Red Barn and was presided tesia, Mrs. Delores Schatz; Ma- I
14, to accept I I
Wednesday, February
given by the owner. I Anderson is a newcomer in the I I over by the Hon. Frank M. rineland, Wilfred Hunter.
II claims for the court., The .
I I local field.
political Hancock, Governor of Rotary International -
first i 'session of the Small Claims
Terms of Charles Bondy and I Ir I District 694, and
John L. Swain I I Court will be held February, 21
))1 Dick .,Mosby are expiring. this,mayor of Palatka.A :
Lat the courthouse.,... '_ ..._,___, r deadline IsMarch I' Funeral Service :
t. .-. '_ "- year. -Qualifying < :. j jIFirst r. mid-year-. .evaluation. progress .
.1'- Passes Away 'II i 1. I was made for all clubs in' "
I the eastern half of District 694. Held Thursday .
Staff Sgt. GOllen'IWith I The Bunnell club was able to I II
Tuesday Night i,I Aid r
I J1 i report a very successful six For W. H. Deen
John L. Swain of Bunnell ,died I 3rd Armored I months of club activity and I
Tuesday evening in the local I I In Survival Set I work. William Henry Deen, pioneer

hospital after a brief illness. Mr: Now in Germany : Prim Fisher, 'president of the I resident of Flagler County, pass

I Swain was born in Baxley, Ga., 'Feb. 8 15 28 [Jacksonville Rotary Club, 'extended ;ed away early Sunday'evening of
+ a but had resided in Florida since I Army Staff Sergeant GregoryR. an invitation to members in Bowman's Nursing Home,
1900. Golien, son of Mr. and Mrs. I The First Aid Course, second I of the Bunnell club to attend ,Ormcnd Beach.

{ He resided in Bunnell for Elmer C. Golien, Flagler Beach, section of the Survival Course I the 50th anniversary celebration ,I Uncle Doc, as he was knownto
many years before, going to is participating in the 3rd Ar- given here last fall by the Adult of the Jacksonville club.It his many friends, had been
Waycross, Ga. to reside in 1955.t mored Division's month-long Division of Daytona Beach Junior appears that about five Ro- !a patient in the local hospital

He returned here several months j winter exercises in Grafenwohr, College, will begin tonight, ,tarians and their Rotary Anns I for 31A years before entering the
ago and resided at his home on II j Germany, which will end on February 8, at the Bunnell High j I will attend the celebration at nursing home seven months ago.

I North Pine St. He was a member i February 7. School building. I the George Washington Hotel on I!He was 88 years of age. I
j of the Baptist Church and i High point ofthe Spearhead County School Supt. Z. D. Holland the evening of February 11. I Mr. Deen was born in Baxley,

: was a retired brick mason. He 1 Division's annual training cycle, said today this is the first Rotarian Farris Bryant, Gov- i Ga. and came .to Flagler County I

was 82 years of age. I'I the training includes day and aid course which was scheduled I errnor of Florida, and Rotary. In 1906 from Chipley, Florida.He .
Mr. Swain is survived by his I.I night tactical exercises emphasizing to follow, the Civil Defense Survival -I International President Joseph ; was a member of the First .
wife, Effie of Bunnell; three I cold weather training, mobility -I Course last September Abey will be featured speakers Methodist Church of Bunnell
daughters, Mrs.: Winnie Thibo- and chemical, biologicaland I j through October. at this celebration. I I and the Bunnell Masonic LodgeNo.
daux of New Orleans; :Mrs. Madonna radiological warware. An I The first aid instructor assigned I The Bunnell club, at the Feb j jII 200. He was a retired farmer.

Tyler, Kingston, N. Y.; essential 'part of the training is I to teach the course here ruary meeting of the board of I I Mr. Deen is survived by three
and Mrs. Zelpha There of Chal- range firing of individual and at that time had to undergo II directors, voted to sponsor Miss.I daughters, Mrs. Amorette Wells

mette, La.; two sons, E. V. team.served'weapons includingthe I surgery and the course was Dianne Greene as a contestant II II and Mrs. Mary Ketus Holland
Swain, Sr., of New Smyrna Army's new M-60 machine-: |postponed. Mr.. Holland said the' in the Miss Bunnell .High Contest of Bunnell, and Mrs. Myra Con -

Beach, apd John M. Swain of gun and the 1.5 and 120-milli I course includes three 3-hour II I ner of Baxley, Ga.; two sons,
Waresboro, Ga.; two sisters, Lily meter tank guns. sessions and will be held at 8 President John A. Cannon and ,,William W. Deen and Curtis H.
Hinson of Thomasville. Ga. and The 3rd, major element of I o'clock each Thursday evening, I Charles Tonkin also visited Rotarian -! Deen of Bunnell; one sister, Mrs.

Susy Pollard of Jacksonville, NATO forces in Europe playsan February 8, 15, and 28. John Cross, a patient in Kate Waters Waycross, Ga.
Fla.; one brother in law, John essential role in maintainingworld I the Veterans Hospital in Lake I Also surviving are 13 grand-

Campbelle of Bunnell.; Thirty. peace.. SMORGASBORD THIS r City, on their trip Sunday. I children and 13 greatgrandchildren. -
t two grandchildren and thirty- The 28-year old soldier, a sec FRIDAY AT WOMAN'S .
" two great grandchildren' also tion leader in Headquarters 'Co. CLUB BUILDINGThe SGT. JOE MASZK Funeral services were held
survive. of the division's 33rd Armor in CITED FOR PARTIN from the Bunnell Methodist
Craig Funeral 'Home of Bun. Geinhausen, entered the Armyin annual smorgasbord, Church at 2 o'clock Tuesday aft
j nell is In charge of local ar- May 1953 and was last stationed sponsored by the WSCS of the ernoon with the pastor, Rev.
rangements. The remains will at Fort Carson Colo. Flagler Beach Methodist Church,I I Sgt. Joseph B. Maszk (U.S. William L. Spicer, Jr., officiating.

be forwarded to Darling Funeral Golien was graduated from will be held at the Woman's II I Army Reserve) was one of 11 IV Interment followed at the Pel-

Home in Blackshear, Ga., where Mason City, Iowa, High Schoolin Club building on Friday, I Corps reservists cited for participation licer Creek Cemetery with a Masonic
funeral services will be held at 1950. His wife, Irma, is with ary 9. Serving time will Febru.1 I in the National Rifle graveside service. Craig
3:30 Friday afternoon. Interment him in Germany. 5to7P.M. I and Pistol Matches held at Funeral Home of Bunnell was

I will be in the .Blackshear The committee in charge ofj I I Camp Perry Ohio, last year. in. charge of arrangements.Active .
I Cemetery. MRS. JOHNSTON'S the affair said a varied num-I'r He has been awarded a spe- ,, pallbearers were W. C.
MOTHER PASSES ber of Swedish dishes :cial certificate by the National Sullivan John Rice, Henry
HEARTS ON THEIR SLEEVES featured on the menu as wellas I Board for the Promotion of Rifle Wells, O F. Alford, Tom Holden
Young men literally "wore a large selection of favorite Practice, in commemoration of and Louis Whitaker. Membersof
their hearts on' 'their sleeves" Mrs.. Carlton Johnston was foods. They also said tickets, the event. the Bunnell Masonic Lodge
during early celebrations of called to' Savannah, Ga. Sundayby may be.obtained from any mem- Sergeant Maszk is a memberof served as honorary pallbearers.
Valentine's Day. World Book the death of her mother Mrs. ber of the organization or by the 3084th Control Group
Encyclopedia ;relates that man Alice Clark. Funeral serviceswere calling HE 92175. Tickets also (Florida Sector). He resides at Valentine's Day is believed to
chose their valentines by draw- held there Tuesday morn- may be obtained at the door. 309 N. Chapel St. BunnelLA come from the old Roman festival -
ing slips of paper with 'names ing.Mrs. of Lupercalia. The festivalwas

from a.vase. Each ,young man f Johnston was accompan- People once thought that Val- "dead glacier" one that held on February 15 In hon
then wore the paper with his led to Savannah by Mr. and entine's Day was for the birds.It thaws before it reaches the or of Juno, Roman goddess bf
lady's name on his sleeve for Dwayne Metts, Airs.. Bill Barker was believed that birds chOose ocean. Is as brittle as glass yet!women and marriage and Pan' ,
several days. and Johnny Metts. their mates on February 14. as pliant as tooth paste. I god of nature.


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< need it. This is our big year, D. Hilsenbeck 0 0-1 0 I SHEFFIELD BROTHERS KEEP .

Champs. So let's pour it on. H. Huff ,1 0-0 21 ALL STARS IN THE RACE
Little Moe picks the score as B., Cook 1 6-9 Cliff and J":: I. Sheffield broke .i
Bunnell 68; Baldwin 52. C. Wall 0 0-0 0 loose and scored '20 points be

I tween them to keep the All Stars ;
6 6-13 16 '
The Bunnell 'Recreation Dept. (Continued on page 7) i iI
is planning spring training for .
boys 8 to 11 years. They willet

By Leslie Pccha some '"big league" training'on I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY' 1

POLISHED BULLDOGSWIN !I 1 hooked one in for 35-31 and I how to bat, pitch and to 'play | I

THIRD STRAIGHT Pinner put in a 25 foot shot different positions. 1 _ .
which dropped In. with the At the end of a three weeks 1 lAIR CONDITIONING-HEATING I|I ELECTRIC SERVICE ---- J I

Coach Cliff McGriffs Bulldogs whistle ending the game 3731. training, the boys will be picked '
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I polished, off the Crescent City Bob Cook led both teams in I'!for teams. It is expected that a II 1- FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING 1 PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE!
Rebels 58-54. The Rebels who scoring with 15 points Pinner 'i 4-team league will be formed. I CO. I II l i BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY
had 'won four in Of Daytona ,Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
row, I|
games a had 13, D. :Metts 10, Sheffield 8, 1 Through the use of a batting I
started off the game in great Henry Wells 7, and Dick Little- I device, youngsters should be I AIR CONDITIONINGHEATING I!I I COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCECALL

style and went ahead in the first field 6. able to hit the ball without beng GENERAL SHEET METAL I|I HUBERT PELUCER :
I "We're! Proud of Our Work"
2014. The half ended '
ID3301 DAY
quarter ID7-3448
All Stars Fg Ft Pts "bat-shy. 330 :Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120 I It I I .
with Crescent City ahead 3126. C. Sheffield 2 '0-2 4 I have talked with a numberof
Emery and McMillan teamed up, Jr. Hutchenson 0 0-0 .0 recreation directors who seem t AUTO SERVICEMCDANIEL'S I I I GARDEN SHOP

in the first half and scored 16 Pinner 6' 1-2 13 I to find that boys this young I Gray's Garden Center \'

and 10 points. The Bulldogs' D. Metts 4 2-3 10 I!have problems of being bat-shy. I Headquarter for Gardening Need.
I blazing fast break ticked off' I We to them Service Station Ceramics. Gifts Dry Arrangement
C. Harris 1 0-0 2 expect help overCome I ''I, Materials
like clockwork in the third quar !J. I. Sheffield 3 2-5 the problem. We expect STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
\ ter. The Bulldogs outscored thej'I 8.I to get into spring training by I Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I'I'I I TORO LAWN MOWERS

f Rebels 18 to,7 points to go ahead I 16 5-12: 37 1 Wednesday, February 21. Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.OR 7-05J
44 to 38. II I I ORBIOND
I Collegians Fg Ft Pts I
In the fourth quarter, the 1 Littlefield 30-0. 61, BULLDOGS STANDING ,Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I HARDWARE
tied four times
game was up J. Craig 0 1-2 1 Points and average per game
with Emery on the foul line in B. Cook .7 1-1 15 'Tp Av Ft % THAT FAMOUS PAINT
the last few minutes of play. GULF TIRES & BATTERIES I
D. Hilsenbeck 0,0-0 0 Emery 140 11-8 32-55 580
I Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
He made four shots good. QuenI -
B. Chambers 0 0-0 0 McMillan 133 11-1 33-73 452 i
tin 10.11 for i State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 I II II
also had
I C. Wall 1 0-2 2 H. Kuleski 93 8-5 16-32 500 I
1 the evening. Burnsed, Kuleski H. Wells 3 1-2 7 Morris. '74 5-9 15-31, 483 I I I "
and Old Reliable Morris, and H. Huff 0 0-0 0 J. Burnsed 56 4-4 13-27 481 I Colonial Service Station
!; the, team made Coach .McGriff I' Moody 26 2-6 12-17 700 1 EARL. E. RICE. ProprietorGABoILLUBRIcATION 'I Flagler Beach HE 9-2103

4. smile as his boys are ready for 14 3-731 J. Brown 2-10 200 I
the tournament. The win was E: Kuleski 1.4 250D. [ MOTOR TUNE-UP I Village Hardwar. Center

: dogs dropped ,in 46 per cent of SPARK BULLDOG 10th WIN I B. Hosford 2.2 1000 I U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELLED'S II I 1, Match and mix any color

its field goal tries. For the Rebels Sheila Westbrook and Allida The Bulldogs average shots a I I' I Builder's Supplies Kltchenwore:
% Newbold had 15, West 12, is 427 their GIFTS GREETING CARDS
Tucker scored 35 points between I game ; opponents PURE OIL STATION
1 and Colvard 11. them Saturday night as the 367. Their season's record is 8-5 I AlA Ormond Beach CL 20420J
G Ft Pts Specializing in Wash & Waxing
Bulldogs Bunnell girls went on to win with ,a winning streak of three j i
I 9 10-11 26 Batteries-Accessories
Q. Emery their ninth straight game over games. I will be there Friday MINOR REPAIRS J I': JEWELERI
1 0-2 2 .
I J. Burnsed the Orange Park girls 5516. night to see you; boys beat Taylor u.s. Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 ,1 I I
I M. McMillan 10 0-3 20 I Barbara Weaver had 9 points, at their own game on the == II I 1 I I BRENNAN Jewelers .

t H. ,Kuleski 2 0-1 4 Sharon Townsend 7. The guards I I I foul line. Best of luck Champs. BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I I Diamonds-Diamond, Setting
R. Morris 3 0-1 6 Fine Jewelry and Gifts
played their best and in the
last ,three games have allowed ZAZAS KEEP ON WINNING I !i I I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
24 10-18 58 lonly 20 baskets for an average Zazas broke loose in, the first !II! Watches ?
Rebels G Ft Pts I LOUNGED Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
1-1 15 I of 6 'a game. eight minutes of play and',Sammy NCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY. I!r 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5051
Newbold 7 Bunnell ,< Fg Ft6j6Pts! Bertha, who hit, for,,\0 points FROM 9 I\I .
f' Dennis 0 2-2 2 Allida Tucker ,7 3.6 17 and fouled out of the game, was SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M. i j:';FURNITURE '
King .. 0 0.1 0J' Sheila Westbrook 7 4-7 18 Just too much for the Rinky Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach'j I II
Colvar4' 3 '5-5 11 |I Ormond Bedding and
Heidi Eisenbach 2 0-1 4 ,dink boys who went down for
6 0-0 12 I MILLAND BAR AND j 'Furniture Co.
f West Barbara Weaver 4 1-6 9 their second defeat. The win was 1:
Smith 4 0-0.3 Sharon Townsend! 3 1-4 7 number three for the, Zazas who I COCKTAIL LOUNGE '1 I''I BEDS-SOFAS-FURNITURE
0-0. J
r Knott 3 are still undefeated. Buddy Taylor Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. |10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
23 9-24 55 and Tommy Bertha had 8 PACKAGE GOODS !I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

33 8-954 Orange Park Fg Ft 'pts I points each. a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 b.m. 2 a.m.1 69 Granada Ormond Dch. OR'7-6411
Peggy Smith 12.4 4 For the Rinky Dinks Gene Ocean Bird-Flakier Beach I

I EMERY. MCMILLAN LEAD Margaret Holmes 2 '4.8 8 Cauley had 5 points all from BETH'S SEASIDE I PAINTS
BULLDOGS IN SCORING 2 0-2 4 the foul line. Harold
t Ryan Higgin- '
Quentin. Emery and Mike McMillan S. Roberson 0 0-0 0 botham played a dazzling gameat FOR FINEFOOD ,
are neck and neck in J. Jewell .00-0' 0 guard for the Zazas. I
scoring., Quentin has 140 points G. Timmer 0 0-0 0 Zazas Fg Ft Pts Paints-Finishes
for the season while Mike has I S. Bertha 4 ; 2.3 10 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA ,j Paint Sundries-Wallpaper

133. The team is balanced ,out 5 6-14 16 M. Crews 0 0-1 0 'Open 7 .A.M.- 11 P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond
fairly well and with the boys J. White 2 0-0 4 :BUILDING SUPPLIES ORange 7-0761

getting their second wirtd shoulddo Bunnell girls won 10, lost ,1. H. Higginbotham 1 0-0 2 1 I(
very good in the coming Total points Bunnell 554 for an B. Deen 0 0-0 '0 WICKLINE !ROOFER

conference tournament. average of 428. Opponents were B.. Taylor 40-38: EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
Their first game will be against 260 for an average of 20. T. Bertha 4 0-0 81 Building Supplies Manufacturers of
: D & B which they have .Bunnell Girls Have To CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile RoofingALL

; defeated twice this season. The Win St., Johns Conference 15 2-7 32 STEEL TYPES OF ROOFING

\{ boys should take D & B Wed- Bunnell girls who won 10 and Rinky Dinks Fg Ft PtsJ. Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 Fast Dependable Service
nesday. Thursday afternoon the lost 5 in 1960 were runnersup in Kelly 1 0-3 2 : HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
winner of the D & B game will the St. Johns River Conference. L. Johnson 0 0-1 0 BOTTLE GASHARRIS ORange 7-5177 7.1793

'meet Baldwin. Should the Bull- They were defeated by Baldwin E. Nipper 1 0-0 2 RESTAURANT
dogs beat Baldwin the, winner I 94.69' in 1961. Bunnell won 8-2 I G. Cauley 0 510 5 BOTTLE GAS I II

will meet Taylor Friday at 8:30. the first season they were T. Ross 0 0-1, 0 I BOTTLE or BULK ,I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

The winner of the, Friday game coached by Miss Sarita Bradley. J. Rodgers' ,00-0 0 FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches

), will play Saturday night the I The girls were runersup again J. Craig 1 0-1 2 HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
winner of the Father Lopez and losing out to Baldwin 60.24. I PHONE ID 7-3551 W
and Callahan and Help Flagler County,Grow 152 Granada-Ormond Beach
Crescent City, This season Bunnell played 3 5.16 11
,J Hastings playoff. I am lookingfor Baldwin in their second game ZAZAS WIN 4th STRAIGHTThe By Shopping at Home Open 6 A.M.-11 P.M. at

I our boys to bring home a and lost 5033. Since then the Zazas and Collegians 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

trophy.If girls have not tasted defeat and played some nice balU Both CONCRETE PRODUCTS
our boys should, meet Baldwin should meet Baldwin Saturday teams handle the ball in good Your "Q" For Concrete I RIGHT ON THE BEACH
in the second game and defeat at 1 P.M. for the championship.i fashion. But the smooth playing Shrlmp-Steak-Chops-Ch1cken
them, I am confident they II The girls, meet Taylor in the Zazas uitlized the reboundingskill Dial CL 3-8113 Sandwiches Sandwiches and and Shajces Pies

\ will bring home the number one first game of the tournament of Billy Deen and balanced DAYTONA BEACH
. prize. I Friday afternoon at>2 o'clock.I scoring for a 30-16 victory which Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant
Coach McGriff's team in the have watched the girls play was number four without a-loss.
AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
. past three years has won the and they have come a long,way' Bob Cook had 8 points for the CLEANERS
St. Johns River Conference tournament and look better in every game. Rah Rah Boys. Sammy Bertha I i!Used Furniture-Upholstery
"once and was runnerupin As I am working. Saturday had 8 and Billy Deen 6 for the BUNNELL CLEANERSWE I
another. afternoon and can't see the girls Zazas. I GIVE TV STAMPS : JOE WELLBORN,

beat Baldwin. I :can't see how Zazas G Ft Tp I Oj ea Dally S to 6 I Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
ALL STARS WIN ON our girls can lose. We have 3 T. Bertha 12-34 Phone ID 7-3188 USED FURNITURENew

PINNER AND J..L's BASKETS forwards that can really ring S. Bertha 3 2-5 8 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell Bedding-MattreM Renovating
All Stars, and Collegians'play- that basket and two centers that B. Taylor 2 1-4 5 Furniture Uplaol.terlac-Tradea
ed one of those close games. are really. cracker-jacks at bag White ,20-1 4 DRUG STORES 1094 FlomUh Holly Hill-.CL, 3-2275

:Both teams, changed throughoutthe ging those shots. As for the B. Deen 3 0-2 6
game until the last minute guards there are the Steflik Medders 1 1-2 3 Moody's Pharmacy

of play when 8 points were sisters and Beverly Cumminsand Flagler County's Corner Drug store The Flagler Tribune
scored with the Collegians tie- if any of these girls foul 126-1730 PRESCRIPTIONS 4

Ing the game at 31.31 on a out Miss Bradley could use Collegians ,G Ft Tp DRUGS-SUNDRIES Publishers Printers < ,
: shot by Dick Littlefield. Sheila Westbrook at guard. I H. Wells 1 0-1 21
Pinner bucketed one to ,getahead am not going to wish the girls J. Craig '20-24 FOUNTAIN SERVICE Phone ID 73282'FLORIDA

. 3331. J. I. Sheffield luck this year as they don't D. Littlefield 00-00 j BunnelL Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 'BUNNEI.4. ,
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Conservation 'News I county in the state. It will be s l

I analyzed by counties and by j i..
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By Tilmon W. Robinson major soil resource areas. t t' t t .
How fast pine trees will grow I The studies will be particularly J _
on the various soils of the state; useful in predicting future : 44iAA \3 I t
will be determined by foresters j I yields from Florida woodlands.i J
and soil scientists, according to With this information much :
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terms of a three-way agreement more accurate determinationscan ,.:
recently entered into by J. W. be made on potential wood ,
Hammett, state conservationist, production from each acre where;
Loll Conservation Service, USDA,I soil surveys have been made.I 3

Gainesville; C. H. Coulter, State Growers of existing woodlands I II
Forester, Florida Forest Service,I can use this data in developing
'Tallahassee; and Dr. C. M. Kauf cutting cycles, and other land-

man, acting director, School of owners can do a much better i r ::
Forestry, University of Florida. I job of selecting sites for reforestation j -:
and in planning future I TrTs -T
Soil scientists of Soil Conser- forest management i r--
vation Service and farm foresters -
of the Florida Forest Service Ernest H. Rawls, Soil Scientist, I I
will form teams to make on-site Soil Conservation Service and I. F
field studies. Farm foresters will : Nelson Blocker, Farm Forester, ., ,.
record facts about the trees, Florida Forest. Service will collect -' Shop With Confidence "- t;
;such' as species, age height, diameter the data in Flagler county. 'I Chase & Sanborn 6 oz.
of" the trunk, and rate INSTANT
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'of growth. Soil scientists will I At Shelton's
record types, depth, texture, I Lake Talquin Fish COFFEE 69C
J drainage permeability and oth- }
er soil characteristics that might Management Cited Limit One
I affect tree growth. Data colleted '
in the field will' be sent to By State CommissionThe i
I the University of Florida School MAXWELL HOUSE Monogram Long Grain \

J of Forestry where, it will be 'put "Case of the Missing Lake RICE 33cI
on punch cards and analyzed Talquin" is drawing to' a close COFFEElib. P 3 lb. bag ,
f[ with the aid of electronic com- in Florida, to the satisfaction of,i
puters. Data will be. collectedon happy 'fishermen. : '
; every major soil in every L Shurfine Plain & SR
i The biggest lake-8,804 acres- FLOUR .
I in northern Florida, Lake Tal- 5 lb. bag
: THE OUTBOARDER quin was once a favorite, fish 37 10 LB. BAG 69c

:' Authorized Evinrude Dealer. I ing spot for Georgia and Ala- F can
bama fishermen.
Dockage Storage Free Ramp Then the dam broke. In .1956, FOOD KING lb. can 35c GRITS .. :. .5 lb. bag 29cFood
: WE FINANCE the impounded waters in the Limit One $5.00 Food . '
825 Bal ouKh Rd-Daytona Order KingOLEO ":
man-made lake swept down the pro mbre. . '
Ochlockonee River and out into I 2 Ibs. 29c

TV SERVICEALL the Gulf of Mexico. With it went I
H\ the fabulous fishing for black

MAKES bass and speckled perch, and I
, Agent For many other panfish. Lean Fresh -;

I Now, the fish and fishing PORK:J; SHOULDERS 39c
RCA & PHILCO have been restored after five I Ib.Ib..
f TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD years of hard 'work' by the Florida I J l lI
,AND INSTALLED Game'and Fresh Water Fish I Fresh Ga. :
I Commission. I
The dam was rebuilt by the BACKBONEPORK .' ,49'
ii owners (Florida Power Corpora-
TV Bob tion) and the new lake waters
STEAK 49'pkg.
impounded. Then the lake was \ Ib.
FLAGLER BEACH placed under management study PICNICSWesson I

PHONE HE 9-2204 which proved that an unbalanced Thriftway
: population of fish was result- FRANKS
ing in poor fishing. The com- 39c I
I mission's fisheries technicians White Bacon Smoked Sausage' 1

i applied 1,735 gallons of chemical II IIi 33 Weiners & Chunk Bologna :

WeekendSpecial i to eliminate 500,000 pounds lb. 3 Ibs .$1.00 ''
!of uhdersirable fish.
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: : Now, the big Lake Talquin is World's Best '
I a sparkling example of modem I
scientific fisheries management.It HAMBURGER 3 Ibs. $1.39 ,

I OYSTER. ROAST [ is an outstanding fish produc- II
ing body of water-with fishermen I

taking limit strings of, 1
All You Can Eat large mouth black bass and I Ritters Qt. Decanter .; ;

I I speckled perch. In fact, fisheries TOMATO JUICE *ea.. 27cB&M27.oz.
biologists say that the current I
$125Fishermen's] fishing in Lake Talquin is betrter 'i .. !
than it ever was "in the BAKED BEANS glass 39c i r
good old days." Decanter
McKenzies Frozen

FLAGLER BEACH OilLimit 1 lb. 8 oz. bag
I 50 FREE -lOc Savings
Featuring ,

Steamed or Raw 11 with purchase of 49Limit
'1''1 2 Ib. jar Holsum
CLAMS j Strawberry Preserves a.

and this coupon I Florida .

$ .75 per Dozen Coupon Void 2-10-62 I. One With $5.00or RED POTATOES 19''
more Food order 5 Ibs.

I U. S. One ,

m 1 3Iluglrr ulributtrBUOTTEL.L. I 25 FREETOP : RED GRAPES 'Ib'.' 23c /
with the
purchase of .
,I NEW Soaky I Ib: 7c


& this coupon
Dclaatcd Official Fablleattoa Coupon Void 2-10-62 ,, \\ Quantity Rights
for Public Notice .t Plaster!
i Reserved
County, Moalelpalttlca taercla
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and .the State .t Florida
50 FREE I ITOP h \ \>; I Prices GoodicZ'

.. Catered a..eead claaa mattes VALUE STAMPS] w" -euavftJtlllKlHt" Feb. 8 9 -10, 1962
February ..181S.at tie p.it.etat with I =
$5.00'or more
Bell Florida wader act ot ,
March s. 187*. and food,this order coupon I ;- \\ SHELTON SUPERMARKET Store Hours

at Shelton's Grocery ttA Week
I One 78&1'- -'1.50 I : __ : 8a.m.-6:45p.m

... I olx month JUi Coupon Void 2-10-62 BUNNELL, FLORIDA Sat. 8 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

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Ray Finch I The WSCS of the Flagler Beach 5 1'1';
:Methodist Church will have aj' . : t I
(tomorrow) ( '- "
Smorgasbord Friday .
Held MondayFuneral I .
from 5 to 7 P.M. in the Flagler" : I
services for Ray Finch Woman's Club building. J i:
were held Monday afternoon at I I They will have varied Swedish< I

2 o'clock at the chapel of Craig dishes such as meat'balls, baked j SELF SERVICE I
Funeral Home in Bunnell. W.P. fish, pickled heron, fruit, soup,| .MEATS -' '--- ,_ __ .
I Kendrick of the Jehovah Witness cookies, Lympa (bread) and I
officiated. Interment followed in (Silta (veal). There will also be! Grade "A" Beef Copeland'sCHUCK

Hope Cemetery. old favorites such as ham and I MILD OR HOTSAUSAGE

, Pallbearers were Jouh Erke, turkey. The tickets which are; lb.
,! Fred Erke, R. P. McGgee, A. E. $1.50 for an adult, and '75 cents'I ROAST lb. 49* I 39 c :
!} Baya, Pal Parker and W. P. Ken. for children over five, are on roll
the members. I
drick. sale by
1 J Mr. Finch of Flagler Beach I Round Bone Copeland's \

local hospital following a long NEXT SUNDAY
illness. He was 69 years of age: The Young Women's Auxiliaryof lb. 1
the Baptist Church have plan 69 49
\ He was born in Racine, Wisc., ib.
I and came to Florida 20 years ned many activities for the.I
ago residing in Daytona Beach week beginning February 11th,
No. 7 Bone Palm River
, until he came to Flagler Beach according to the President Judy
,i to live eight years ago. He Stryker. They will assist with .CHUCKROAST SLICEDBACON
owned and operated a trailer the weekly Prayer on Wednesday
court on Daytona Ave." He was evening, have a banquetin 59* 49*
a retired automobile' mechanic. Church Basement during the lb. lb. 1
He was a member of Jehovah's week and also have a part in '

Witnesses.He .. the Sunday evening ,service.
': is survived by his wife, Six of the members accompanied Chase & SanbornCOFFEE Shurfine
,. Christy; two daughters, Mrs. by Mrs. Clarence Weaver f
1 Grady Prather, :Flagler Beach, went on Monday evening to I S
and Miss Jean Finch, Fort Laud- Crescent City to attend the YWA
), Shortening
erdale; a son, Jack Finch, Ken- Council Meeting. It was combined
osha, Wis. Also surviving are with a supper and pro ,
three sisters, Dorothy, Nellie and gram in which Judy Stryker
Mary and a brother, Art, all of mission chairman took part. The Ib '
Racine, Wis.; 12 grandchildren:. other girls making the trip with OQC 3 49
and one "greatgrandchild.FLACLER them were Elaine Frailey, Diane -
Springer, Linda Lowe, Nancy I can lb. can

BEACHMETHODIST Wilson and Nancy Fleurie. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or more food order

, school at .9:30: A.M., .. .
Sunday Those who were named to be New! Pillsbury I i. Assorted,.
'' followed worship service at "
/1 the new patrol at the Flagler FLAVORS
10:30. Special music by the Beach school were Johnny

I choir. Meigs, Ben Cannon, Wesley: !
The Men's Club will SOUPSFLOUR l
mee on :
Thomas and Marylyn Mitchum. JELLO
Monday, February 12, at the I
home of Dr. Allen Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Al Hall from
the program will be led by the Gainesville spent the weekendin 5 39 .
host's father,'Dr. Frank Reyn their cottage here. pkg. bagLimit I
29C 3 25
olds. (Continued 7)'
on page
I of f 2 ) One $5.00 for j
or more Food order I

NOTICEYou I Holsum Strawberry L-I. PRE M

I ... are hereby notified that the Tax Assessor PRESERVES LUNCHEON MEAT
L or his assistant will be present in the various precincts I '
I on the day and hour shown below, for the 2 lb. Jar 59C JSi cans for O IP 15

. purpose of receiving tax returns on Real, Personaland I 16 oz.' Heinz '=No. 300 can Joan of Arc f
Intangible Property, and applications for Homestead t j
and other exemptions. PORK & BEANS KIDNEY BEANS

I, Precinct No. I-BunnelL Tax Assessor's Office Friday February Z cans for Z5e . Z cans for Z5e .
23 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon.

Precinct No. 4-A-Bunnell Post Office Friday. February 14 oz. Heinz Chicken of the Sea -

23rd 2:00 P.M. to 2:30 P.M.
Precinct No. 2 Flagler Beach Post Office Tuesday. Feb. .

ruary 27. 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. 2 bot. for 490 can Zge

Precinct No. 5-A-Animal Land. Tuesday, February 27. {
10:30 A.M. to 11:00' A.M. 2l/2 Can Osage
NorthernTISSUE I
Precinct No. Espanola County Polling Building Tues. PEACHES
J ,day. February 27. 11:30 A.Me to 12:00 Noon. I
$ 00
I i Precinct No. 3-A-Koronc, White Eagle. Tuesday. .February arolls for Z5e i 4 cans for I
27. 1:30 P.M. to 2:00 P.M.

I Precinct No. 3-Haw Creek. Townsend Store. Tuesday. February '
k 27. 2:30 P.M. to 3:00 P.M. --

Precinct No. 4-St. Johns Park. Community HalL: Tuesday. 10 oz. Birds Eye Chopped Fresh

,t February. 27, 3:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. BROCCOLI 5 CARROTS

I, The Tax Laws require that you :file a return on 10 Birds ,Eye I Ib ,bag

f: Personal and Intangible Personal Property, regard- rdzH S pkgs. Golden Ripe

: less ,of the amount, before April ,1st, and I am LIMAS for 1 O
.1' required failure to to do assess so. a ten percent penalty upon your SUCCATASH 10 oz. Birds Eye $1 00 BANANAS'Red Sweet .

il All applications for exemption must also bet 6 oz. Seald Sweet

filed before' April 1st. The Tax Assessor's Office ORANGE JUICE 6 99Flagler POTATOES tb

t. is open from 8:00 A. M. to 12:00 Noon and'!:00 for

to 5:00 P. M. and we will be glad to- assist you,
if possible. ':.. Food Store

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D. D._MOODY, I Flagler Beach
f Tax Assessor.
I Feb. 8-15-2tc I PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. FEB. 8-9-10, 1962
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J Thursday,- February 8, 1962 __'____ THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA .. ; PAGE FIVE
p : Harry Atkinson spent several'; THE BOOK NOOK Georgia. :Most of his scholarly S

days this week in Atlanta, Ga. I achievement he owed to his own

on a business trip. "A MAN CALLED PETER"By inquiring mind. The magic of

I I ( Catherine Marshall) I his eloquence was a native gift
I Mrs. Myrtle Taylor of Jacksonville which he shared with Burns and:
visited here Tuesday and i Peter Marshall, born and Carlyle, Hugh Miller and John
JLOCALJ. I I reared against a bleak and Uncongenial '
Wednesday with her mother Buchan. But he was a great
i J3L Mrs. Joseph Harding. She also I i Background, earned \preacher because of an inner
his bread laborer in hisj!
as a
I force of faith which
t visited with her brother, Daniel genius, a
VFW AUXILIARY .CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY i j Harding of Holly Hill, who is youth. His -formal: education]demanded expression .in human
I was limited to a mechanical
MEETS TONIGHT I ANNIVERSARIESGail scheduled to undergo. surgery at CoatI I|ministry.By.
and mining college at
a Daytona Beach hospital Fri.
I The VFW Auxiliary will meet I Wadsworth and Kent I day. bridge, in Scotland, and the Co-1 I Library Assistant,

a at the City Hall tonight at 8 Holland celebrated their birth; lumbia Seminary at Decatur in GRACE STEFLIK. .:

o'clock, Mrs. Clarice Taylor said day anniversaries Friday eye. I ----
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Mrs. Ola Bird of Seville visit '
i today. She said plans for coming ning with a party at the Bun !II I .
ed last with her
/ Friday parents, I I ,
at nell Community Center..
J events are to be made "
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. D. Barber.
this meeting and it is importantthat Gail is the daughter of Mr. "' ., :
all members be present. Asocial and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth and NOTICE ;
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mr.. and Mrs. "
S hour will follow the meeting !Kent is the son of I
i Dean Holland. Knight Thursday? evening for
dinner and a family' reunion included

I Guests of Mr. and Mrs.'Omega Mr. and Mrs. Dan Knightof I I Notice is hereby given that a municipal election .

the week DeLand; Dr. and .Mrs. Claude!I will be held in the City of Bunnell, Florida, on
Durrance during past
Is 7J AtICdL : end were their son in law and Knight'of Palatka; Dr. and Mrs. Tuesday, the 6th day of March, A. D. 1962, for the

i,daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nelson Dunn of Fort Worth, purpose of electing three City Commissioners, and
Texas. Also Mr. and Mrs. Eldon have their
Sara all persons desiring to names printed
Helms and little daughter, 1 1i
DAVID ANTHONY LEVITON j[Leah of Tallahassee. Knight and family, Mr. and Mrs. upon the official ballots as candidates are requiredto
d. Mr. and Mrs. Benny L von II i Gene Knight and daughter, and file written notice of their intention to be can- ,

of Homerville, Georgia, are the I,1- Mal returned Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Durrance : didates in the office of the City Clerk on or before
.Mrs. F. L. ph urs
parents of a son, David Anthony, I'j after and Rebecca. the 23rd day of February, A. D. 1962.
!to her home here Sunday '
born in 'a Homerville hospital ]
major at the
on January 23. Mrs. Leviton is Riverside Hospital in Jackson Mr. and Mrs. John F. Clementsand Notice is further given that the registration

the former Carolyn Hughes and I I ville recently. Mrs. Lizzie SeDessie of I books of the City of Bunnell, Florida, are now open.

; is 'a former resident of Bunnell. I I I Zephyrhills spent Sunday here I for registration of voters to and including the 23rd

The ,grandparents are Mr. and I I I visiting with relatives and day, till 12 Noon, of February. A. D., 1962. .
( Mrs. D. M. Hugles.r friends.Mr. .
Robert Dykstra I
I In and Mrs. G. L. Walker '
Soon '
I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. (Larry) i Engages. I and daughter of New Smyrna S City Clerk .' .
! Smith of St. Augustine are the I II
Beach were recent visitors of '
Exercise"Army *
P1 I parents of a six pound nine IAlaska Mrs. Daisy Walker and Miss Lucille February 1-8-15-22-4tc ( .'

ounce daughter, born at the East I I' Specialist Four Robert Walker.

, Coast Hospital on January 27. I iF. Dykstra, 25, son of Mr. and , _. .._ .....,,__. .,..
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J. Mr. Smith is presently stationed I Mrs. Roy C. Dykstra of Flagler. :
.r with the U. S. Navy in Vir
Beach, is scheduled to partici.
ginia. I pate with other personnel from : r
the' 65th Transportation Company I :

Mrs. J. W. Cauley and Mrs. in Exercise Great Bear, a

L. B. Bfatcher were in Tampa joint U.s.-Canadian winter man

last week attending the Oral euver in Alaska, February 1221.

, Roberts" Crusade. The exercise will test cold

weather military doctrine and
Joe Brock is the
attending I the ability of the two allied
Southeastern District C Conference=
: armies to work together as a c'S

.I S 7 held in Memphis. Tehn.Mrs. I fighting team. Exercise Great .. .. ... j

Bear will be conducted in the "SA
: Charlotte of
(, Soog Nepon- vicinity of Tanacross and Eiel-
Ill. is the house of
son Air Force Base, one of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Cody. She which
most rugged areas over
is. -a cousin of Mrs. Cody and
I an Alaskan maneuver has ever
," Lawrence Dahlquist. j been held. Principal terrain fea-

I tures in the 3,200 square-mile S.S, S.
S Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barber of -\ S. ,S
I maneuver area are the heavily 5cip. 5'
Miami recent visitors herewith .
were I 5- '' 5'
i forested lowlands of the Tanana
f his parents, Mr. and Mrs. River valley and the mountains, JSwJ5J4rY

f{ J. D. Barber. which range as high as 4,000 P.1a14a..* 5'S ..... ..' t S.
t/ feet, converging on both sidesof '
f I :Mrs. H. V. Peavy and little\ the valley. :
Tricia visited in St. 2
daughter, ,
Specialist Dykstra, a utility re . L !
Augustine several days last >':: '.i f:::
ij in the at Fort .. .
man company
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with her mother.. :. :. ,,
week I Wainright, Alaska, entered the r'tI :t . ,.:.-..:{..:::.::'

I S Army in November 1954 and arrived -I I .... .'y ...... ......:.:....-...+....,...... r
SI. John Jarosz has been moved I in Alaska on -this tour of _-5L -: ;

to the Shady Rest ConvalescingHome duty last August. J I, S.S-S-d....'___'_" ,: .Y. .5'
in DeLand. Mrs. Jarosz :;:: :: S
Park ..
Dykstra attended Hyde <. 5' 5.
reports his condition as about His
High School, Chicago '5':5":
the same. Muriel is him in .
,I wife, with S '
Levi Brannam has returned to

S his' home from the hospital "S... .'M
where he was a patient about
six weeks. .5 4 5.y',
state occasions, Britain's S

Mrs. Lucille Hatton has returned -I Queen Elizabeth rides in a royal '5, 'S

to her home in Hazel- coach that is magnificently un 5'.'* -S 5S. /
hurst, Ga., after visiting herewith I comfortable. Since George III

h her mother, Mrs. Laura bought "old Rattlebones" two

(S Frier, who is a patient in the centuries ago, monarchs have
,, ,5S
and also her brother, .- .-
hospital, complained of the unpleasant

Hubert Frier. swaying and jolting of the four-

'.)ir ton, elaborately carved conveyance '

r :Mrs. B. R. Watkins spent last Rubber tires and fluorescent S Here ,' 'S.
It week in Tampa where she visited lighting-but little comfort comes a man :,

i with her son and his.. family, -were added for the Coronation' '

7 Rev. L. Watkins.. ceremonies in' 1953. who is always on call to help S ;J/ i

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; Open 6 M.-tO P.M. --.' S communications needs of businesses er operating costs and higher pro-

: BILL AND REECE such as yours, this Southern Bell fits for you, are: available without

: DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS .. $1.00. S S Communications Consultant will cost or obligation. Simply call the _
help you.. telephone business office, ask for ... _

SATURDAY, Country Fried Steak .; 1.00 your Communications Consultant.
S . plan efficient service'for all .j\!
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the tone or the style on Route !, If you know of someone who I $2.50 A Year In Advance ,

r . LETTERS AlA tom show people that Flag-I, is too modest, to put himself

ler Beach is "on the map" and I forward, please communicatewith I IN IN TilE AND COUNTY FOR FLAGLER JUDGE'S COURT.COUN-

that it means to build the rest our Editor or the writer. TY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.

: THE EDITOR.. of the Town to a high stand Michael W.. Murray.Community I II II CASE NOTICE NO. 6O8 TO CREDITORS

; k ard of architecture comparable I IN RE ESTATE OF
L. '; .... I with this proposed building and Deceased.
. To all ,creditors and all persons
the new Post Office Building. I having claims or demands against

3'; :. '. February 7, on thland owned by Mr. I said estate:_
1962'1 I I At the last meeting of the Memorial ChurchInterdenominational You and each of you. are here-
p' Wadsworth.The ( by notified and required to present -
next step the Town facesis Commissioners, Mr. Bondy approved I any claims and demands
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t\ I in principle the idea of I which you or either of you. may:
that of financing a suitable hav, against the estate of ROBERT
While the of these I an overall planning group for AIR CONDITIONED WELMER SCHAEFER. deceased
purupose this is
water supply; but only late of Flagler County. Florida' to

.' weekly. reports is to acquaint one of the many. financial problems the Town. Such a group could Daytona Ave. I the Hon. T. K. McKnlght County
,f well start with Finance BEACH Judge of Flagler County at his
Advisory FLAGLER
the Citizens of Flagler Beach the Town faces. We should an office In the County Courthouse In

''l with the Committee which would go Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida,
prqgress of what we now determine, insofar as we I Sunday School 10:00 A. M. within six calendar months from

l call the Flagler Harbor Develop-I can see it, the overall financial into the problems of a Town Church Service 11:00 A.M. the date of the first' publication
which would deal with hereof. All claims and demandsnot
F:. ment, it must be done re picture. What are the needs to budget R. W. DICKERT, Pastor presented within the time and

; lation to the other necessary developments j be met what will they cost, the financing of the water system I In the manner prescribed herein 4
EVERYONE WELCOME shall be barred as provided by law.
( of the Town. how can we pay for them? the Pier House, the City I i Dated January 22nd. A. D. 1962

i Hall, Recreation Building, Library SOPAL, WINDSOR SCHAEFER.As .
Executor of the Last Will and
r- In terms of ,the last year year, I The last meeting of the. Town and any other requirements NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS I Testament of ROBERT WELMER

S the Town has made a very dis Commissioners should be very together with beaUtifica-1 Notice is hereby given that the of SCHAEFER.TO THE EXECUTOR Deceased. OR_
undersigned, under provisions
tinct gain. It has gone from a encouraging. They seem to have tion of the Town in Chapter 20953. LAWS of Florida. I ADMINISTRATORThe '
above notice must be published -
(' > position of outright opposition gone on record in favor of set a suitable, Park at the junctionof I Acts the Clerk of 1941.of the will Circuit register Court with in in a newspaper published in
: to progress to one of standing ting up a general developmentfund Routes AlA and 11. It would and, for. Flagler County. Florida four Flagler(4) County publications once and a week the proofof for
-ecelu of proof of publicationof
for something and taking the to pay for such items asa be extended along Route AlA I U on this notice the following flctitious such publication (which will be
furnished you by the paper) filed
necessary steps to get the essential much-needed Pier House; and to the County. Line on the Fruit Shop name under towitMarineland which I am en- in this office.s .

things done. The first we would hope that they wouldgo south. This assumes that the gaged in business at Marineland. / / T. K. MCKNIGHT
.Florida. That the person interestedin County Judge.
:\ and perhaps most important, the whole'distance and add last' piece of, needless litigationcan said "" business enterprise: Jan. 25 & Feb. 1-8-15-4tc

1;," both for the Town and the Development to this such other necessary be cleared on the basis of I I EDWARD Dated at B. SHUL.TZ.Marineland. Flagler IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK'THE

is that of, suitable I buildings as a City.Hall, Libraryand reason and understanding.To County Florida. February 5. 1S$6 SFM'ENTII JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
& Mar 5-4tc ,
: .' water supply. The first step was Recreation Center together I Feb. 8-15-22 FLAGLER COUNTY. IN CHANC- .
;. better suitable get these things done and IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ERY CASE NO. 4412
taken with
by securing a topnotch roads parks
suitable Advisory Plan
set a I '
s';:: water engineer; and ,now the and landscaping. up I> CHANCERY NO. 4411 Plaintiffvs "-
ning Committee we need to FRANK LEE LIGHTFOOT I -
second step of securing test Plaintiff DANIEL C. WALTERS
It should be encouraging to I stake inventory of the talent Defendant
those who wish tcf'see progress that we probably have in the FLORIDATO
cleared through the cooperationof Defendant. I
to know that Chairman Mosby Town and ask them to volun- NOTICE TO DEFEND : Daniel C. Walters
Mr. L. E. Wadsworth. It THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: P. O.-Box 46Morganville
would I has an Architect's plan and ren- tee their services .without pay MARGARET LIGHTFOOT New Jersey
seem that we can now
go file
for Pier House this off the' Residence Unknown I You are hereby required to
dering a new .in getting project
and to the. Bill
serve answer
:forward by drilling the test wells t You are hereby notified'that a your
which we think. is excellent; I ground. We, have recently learned I suit has been filed against you In of Complaint filed herein againstyou
entitled cause and you in the above entitled cause
\i that we have in the Town I the are hereby above required to file; your answer I on or before the 12th day of March.

I I at least one retired banker; and with the Clerk of this Courts A. D.., 1962 plaintiffs upon H.attorney T. Cook herein Esquire -
i and to serve a copy thereof upon
there are probably others with the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney. I whose address is Citizens Bank
'j I whose name and address is: i Building, Bunnell. Florida. "The
financial experience. We have CHARLES J. LUKE. II I Flaeler Tribune" is hereby designated -
NOW also discovered'that we have at Suite 200 Seabane Building I as the newspaper in which
Daytona Beach Florida this order shall be published oncea
least one retired college professor not later than March I, A. D. 1962.If I week for four consecutive weeks
fall to do so. decree pro
TRAILWAYS with business experienceand confesso you will, be entered against CREE PRO CONFESSO WILL R*!

training in economics. for the relief demanded in the ENTERED AGAINST YOU FOR
bill of complaint. The nature of
for divorce. The nature of this suit is a Bill
said suit being
His Honor, the Mayor, has recently WITNESS my hand and seal of for Divorce.
: gets to WITNESS hand and seal at
that long- said Court this 29th day of January mv -
A. D. 1962. Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida.
range professional planning is (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE th* 1st dayof'' February. A. D.

NEW YORK I costly and is rarely carried out. I Clerk Julia of R.said Harvey Circuit Court .1962.(CourtSeal) ., ,;E,.A. SM' THE. '
'. :,' By Clerk.? r'. As Clerk of the Circuit Court
*'. We"tdon't believe that this needsto Deputy Flagler County Florida.
M; 1-8-15-22--ttc
: Feb. Feb. 8-15-22 & Mar. 5-Itc
faster be either costly t>r long.range.
needed at once and have a plan TO YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NO- FLAGLER COUNTY, FLOR

I II NEW YORK for at least a five-year period. TICE Commissioners that the of Board Flagler of County.County EULIS IDA. CASE LINWOOD NO. 4407 WATKIN1.Plaintiff.

t We should try to forget the past Florida pursuant to Florida Stat- i

I I r BALTIMOREWASHINGTON mistakes and disagreements and ute application 192 30. will by be presented WADSWORTH withan ,I FONNIE H. WATKINS-vs- ,

i make a fresh .start which we LUMBER COMPANY. to vacate DIVORCE Defendant.
think might well be an inven- plat PARK. Flagler; County. Florida a NOTICE TO APPEAR
RICHMOND t tory of the talent that we may I subdivision Block 13. Section of the E 3.%Township of Tract 12 3. FONNIE: H. WATKINS I
2206 Metts Avenue
South. Range 30 East as per plat
H. Book 1 at Wilmington. V C.
.1 or map on file in Plat
records of
to -- RALEIGH I page 4 of the public Florida on the a suit for divorce has been

F 5th Flagler day of County March 1962 at 9:00 0'- filed against you in the above entitled -, -
cause and you are hereby
Courthouse in
M.. at the
clock A
"" I required to serve upon Plaintiff'sAttorney
Flagler County whose name and, address
I I Ru L. Wadsworth 396 appear hereon, your written defense ,-
I ps P.O.Bunnell.Box Florida if any to the Complaint in
pMI said suit. on or before the 15th
for Applicant.
Attorney day of February 1962; else De-
I February 1-8-2tc _
i cree Pro Confesso will be 'entered
il _
JUDGE" COURT against you.'VITNESS.
IN THE COUNTY FLAGLER COUNT my hand and seal of ,

' '. 1ACKSONYIIIE,3LZ. IN].AND NFLORID FOR V. IN PROBATE.CA.E said. court 1962.Court this 15th day of January -

SCHAEFER. Clerk of CourtW.
I t. Service deceased. L. 'Vadsworth'AttornEY
Prompt NOTICE OF 1'ROIIATB for Plaintiff' .
P. O. Box 396
IN THE Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-4tc .
:-i::; I,CEDENT:
I' The Flagler TribunePhone that a written Instrument purport- :NOTICE VACATE OF APPLICATION'TO PLATSTO
Ing to be the last will and testa
of said decedent has been WHOM IT MA* CONCERN:
\ ment
IDlewood3282 admitted to probate in this court. YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE -
commanded within that the Board of County
I BunnelL Florida You six are calendar months ,from the Commissioners of Flaerler County.
., date of the first publication of this Florida pursuant to Florida Stat-
ute 192.30. will be presented on
in this court and
I- notice to appear the 5th daY of March. 196. at 9:00:
can. why
I PAL PARKER'S. INC. 't show cause if any you o'do.k A :M. at the Courthouse In
Ride thru-liners the action of this court in admitting .
., our new I said will to probate should Flakier County, Florida. with an
.............. Automotive Specialty Center not stand unrevoked.s application hv L K 'V WORTH
over our PARTS AND LABORFOnnCIIKVROUSTPIrMOXTII I I / MCoountyHJudge.First vacate plats of Units 1. 2 and 3
publication date: 'January of FlAgler on Two Pixies, filed
i OTHERS!" $HU>:5 18 1962. t May 26. 1926. in the office of the '

: NEW East Florida routeNEW 1 540 %:Mason Ave. Daytona ,t Jan. 18-25 & Feb. 1-8-Uc let Clerk County of the Circuit Florida Court and of recorded Flag- '1

I IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF in Plat Book 2. pages 34. 35 and '
I -- FLAG LEU COUNTY, FLORIDA. Z6: Ivinsr East of IT.ft Highway \':
IV CHANCERY NO. 4409 No.1. further described asA :
'FREE PAINTOne JOHN RICHARD MACKEY subdivision of the NEK of 1:
THRU FAST SERVICE \ Plaintiff the SEA (NE>x of the SEA;) ,.
and that portion of lend situ k
From BUNNELL: 1-way extra gallon of your choice RUTH LENORA MACKEY ated in the NWU of the 8E% ,

.j' NEW YORK . . .. . . . S30.10 with each gallo you buy NOTICE TO Defendant DEFEND of the railroad SELL ) (.East described of Highwayand as follows ".

Faster Thru service .' Mary Carter Paint Store THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: I : Beginning' "t a vjint 660
j RUTH LENORA :MACKEY feet Went from the NE corner
WASmNGTON . : :'. .'. .'. 522.75 Residence UnknownYou of the RBH of the SBH thence '
AlmoVe Khooplnc Cater thence Southeast
tcate are' hereby notified that a Wet 906 feet
Thru. servlce-over 2 hours faster suit has been filed against you in 33%. to a point 660 feet West 5
1 U entitled and from the Northeast Corner of
JACKSONVILLE .'. . . ..-. .51.95 RCA VICTOR I the are hereby above required cause to file; your you answer th- SE% of the SKH of the
I with the Clerk of this Court RRU thence North 59< feet to
4 Convenient trips daily UVING COLOR TV and to serve a cony thereof upon the point 'of beerinnlnfIn Section -

MIAMI . . . . '. . . .. . S 7.00 "LOOK FOR THE PICTURE 1 the whose plaintiff name or and plaintiffs address attorney Is: I I Range 4.30 Townehln East. Tracts 1* 3.South.' 4, 5

I 4 Thru trips daily: (plus tax) I, IN THE WINDOW MAURICE WAGNER end 6 of Work f*. faction 1.
Southern Radio & Television I 216 South Palmetto Avenue Township 12 'South. Range 30

.. MOODY'S PHARMACY 226 E. Granada Ph. OR 7-2001 Daytona Beach. Floridanot East tn Flakier County. Florida.
ORMOXD I later than February 22, A. D,. A subdivision of theNWU of
100 State St. ID 7-3661 .1 1952. NWi' of +r"i 4. VRH of *"'*K &

____ I If you fall to do so. decree pro of NW%. W% of NE 4 of N'V'E ;
confesso will be entered against >;A of K% of N\V'C of NW&.n
takeTRAILWAYS ORMOND PRESCRIPTION YOU' for the relief demanded in the S\VU of NWU of Section
: PHARMACYSick bill of complaint. The nature of 3. Township 12 South. Range 30
said suit being for divorce. Eallt. Containing 90 acres more
Room SuppUes-Sundrles WITNESS my hand and seal of or less In FJtuder County. 1C-1or-
said Court this 18th day of Janu,: Ida. hint and being EAST of !
ary. A. D. 1962. u.S. Highway I No.1. ;
I 24-Hour Prescription Service (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE W. L. Wad-worth
Clerk of said Circuit Court T* O. Rox 396
S easiest travel on earth I I Free Delivery in Flagler Beach By. Julia R. Harvey Bunnell.- Florida
Re A1A 1 raL North of Deputy Clerk Attorney for Appllcant1 '
ORMOXD BEACH-TeL OR 7-1661 Jan. 25 & Feb. t-l-l5-4tc February l-S-Ztc ,



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Thursday,.February 8, .1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN" : f fr I

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1ULch I JOHNSON MEMORIAL and Mrs. Arthur..Fornum from . I i t
I !
William :M. Babbitt, who isi
Registered ,
I supplying the pulpit of the Spending this month here are
Continued From Page 4 I
Johnson Memorial: Church on I Mr:: and Mrs. Dwight Critchardand Real Estate Broker
(Continued from Page 2)
The Woman's Society for I North AlA announced that his i family from Deep Gap, N.C.,
1) In second place ,Johnny Rodgers Christian Service meeting held I sermon next Sunday evening! and Mr. and :Mrs. Ansel Hartleyand BunnelL Florida ,

played some sparkling ball. Pit at the home, of Mrs. 'Clarence will be "How Can We Neglect i family from Boone, N. C. AWVUWWWWWWIHSHREStay

tard played a good game of de. Shultz last Thursday morninghad I So Great A Salvation." Sunday -

fense and the Rinky dink just I an attendance of 30 members . school is held each Sunday at

didn't have much luck on the and guests.. t 10 A., M. and church service isat Insured finest Assured
j hoop. 7:30 P.M. on Sunday!
Mrs. A. K. Dally was cohostess -
All Stars Fg Ft Pts
C. Sheffield ; 3 4-6 10 and Mrs. Mae Whitney was Mrs. Marie Michaels and her GET THE BEST PROTECTION FROM

J. I. Sheffield 3 4-9 10 accepted as a new member. Mrs. sister, Mrs. Mabel Holcomb of
Bernie Wilson, president, presided ,
C. Harris 13-45 New York, have just returned
and the devotional H. T. COOK AGENCY
S. Barber 00-00. was i from an extended trip to their
.led by Mrs. Ray Lehr. An in-
,former home in Atlanta..
'Jr. Hutchenson 1 0.0 2 i .
teresting program on "Growth !, Mrs. Holcomb is an annual Citizens Bank Bldg. Bunnell, Florida
of. Protestant in Latin
.8. 11.19 27 Religion guest of Dr. and Mrs. Michaelsduring 14
America" Rev. ---- "
was given by I
Junky Dinks Fg'Ft Pts of the year.
R. N. Hoover. i

J.Nipper Rodgers 2 01-21_ 1.1 5 Minutes were read by Secretary I IMarks" I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowe of I CRAIG FUNERAL HOME
Emily Gage, and Mrs. Fred :Lakeland visited here from
J. Kelly 4 0-0 8Pittard'
00-00 ave'the treasurer's Thursday until Sunday with his A. H.
re.1 CRAIG Funeral Director
I Kendall '20-0 4 port. Mrs. R. N. Hoover, I brother in law and sister, Mr.
JOHN N Associate
1 Ross '. 0 1-5 1 tary of promotions, gave a report -I land Mrs. Clarence Weaver. Mr.
I I and Miss Dorothy Homans, I I and Mrs. Lowe are connected AIR OXYGEN ,
r. 8 3.8 19 secretary of Mission, presentedan with the Florida Baptist Chil CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I' I EQUIPPED
I I interesting skit on what I I dren's home there. ATTENDANT AMBULANCES
products came from Latin Amer
,. !I
CITY SENIOR LEAGUE I ica. She was assisted by Mrs. Arriving last week from I To- ,r
t.. STANDING FEBRUARY 6th Phone ID 7-3532
ronto; Canada
Keith Lovell., were Mr. and
1 W L P f The plans" for the annual Mrs. R. J. Wallace accompaniedby 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA ,.

1 Zazas 4 01000 smorgasbord were discussed. their sister in law, Mrs. -

, All Stars 3 1 750 This will be from 5 to 7 P.M., I I Mary Bullock, who will occupy .

t .. Rinky Dinks i 3 250 February 9, in the Woman's. Club their new home here on South 24 HourWrecker .
', Collegians 0 4 000 building. Daytona Ave. 'this month. Service
Games Feb. 14 at
Trudie Massie returned home
. 7:30, Rinky Dinks 1.3, vs Col. I Judson Stryker and Rev. Atlee :
last week from
HoweyintheHills Truck& Tractor Co
legians, 0-4; 8:30 Zazas 4.0., vs. I Stevens were business visitorsin school and spentseveral Flagler > '

All Stars, 31. DeLand Wednesday. days here with her parents, Mr. ASSEY-FERGUSON
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment '
and Mrs. Harold Massie. -

J \ \ Visitors with Rev. and Mrs. Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 '

L R. N. Hoover have been Mr. and Night ID 7-3529
Mrs. Alec Setwart with their VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER

niece, Margaret McCorkandale, Owner Parts&Shop Manager
FOR: FAST SURECONTROL from Chicago, Ill. and also Mr. .
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!'. .Cabbage aphids and loopers hit with DIBROM rt 'r-/ .r

I are killed-just minutes after spraying! Andy :,..

u get this fast, sure control all season, even .......-.. :

't close to harvest. . .
One reason DIBROM is so effective, is its fast

.t kill. It kills on contact. Gives a'thorough cleanup Stirir Y.C

. of aphids, loopers and more'than 130 other liii: FI '.

l insects including most resistant ones. And :
.... ,
t in all stages of growth except eggs and pupae. ; : riiw )

.. Another reason: The short residual life of llt ,1 , 4 ,

DIBROM. You can use it up to four days of

: harvest on most crops (it's registered for use \ Sril{?iih:fr ''rJV' i -

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on 35). '

r And there's an extra bonus: Workers can :IfaN'J rlr:4%:,, : E ,
'ryrsrysJ'5 :'t$ia'lvY.:, ;
, enter the field immediately after spraying with '' ::4:k rrd}}.:ivJrflJ" ,.o.x .

,. DIBROM, because of its short residual life. ..-. r

\ So if you're looking for' cabbage aphid and t7 wouldn't be without my : '

looper control you can rely on throughout the '. FLAMELESS ELECTRIC t

season-ask for DIBROM. ', ? DRYER"J

'l, .
I. Just look at my next.door neighbor.The soft and fresh as flower.No sun-fade,no

-., ", \_ pity is that her wash was almost dry. wind-damage,no dust-smudge,no aching

.,;, Helping the World in much'better with family.
,. my
I ';' ways
I've been telling her to get smart and
"" quit lifting, lugging and doing pin-ups For complete modern-day freedom from
I ...., on a clothesline. washday drudgery, you'll enjoy the
"togetherness" of a flameless Electric
,; '. Let it rain let it pour, that's what an
.,'" Dryer, an Electric Washer, an Electric"sitdown"Ironerand
,. .' Electric Dryer is for. A home without a
\ a super-fast,
flmptesg Electric Dryer would old- super-
., "". :: safe Electric Water Heater for all the
.fashioned to now. Night day I
." '. me or
hot water need when need it.
I DIBROM I I._: can laugh,at time and weather. Gone is you you
\ S v the pressure washday. I just pop the

towels,linens;shirts,lingerie blue jeans See your .
CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY,ORTHO DIVISION and my little girl's school dresses into my electric appliance
: P.0.,:Box 7067.. Orlando Florida Electric Dryer presto.in: no time dealer today.

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f' Fresh WaterManagement :;: .major coochee rivers flowing rise northwest: the. Withla-, the Passion Play To Sen. Smathers To Beach said "this will-tie- in well J Jfor

i( the aging if a program is ,
Oklawaha, flowing .northeast,
the Peace flowing south and the Open Tenth Season Preside at HearingFebruary initiated to provide better medi-- I

I cal care, and will accelerate \
J Hillsborough, west, McPherson -
Sunday, February 11 has been
Is Stressed ; 14 Is the date set 1 sistance in connection with a
.,' I writes. set as the opening Florida date ,
at Mainland School audi-
... [t High I senior citizens center being I
i-, '- Mismanagement of water for the tenth annual productionof .
Water collects in this : in Daytona Beach for a
g area jtorium I : II planned for Flagler Beach, of
stored in the 800-square-mile the famous Black Hills Pas- '
also seeps into an undergroundpool special I P.S. Senate Committeeon which great strides have already
r' "Green of west central in
Swamp" slop Play a natural amphi
that Aging, according to Mel
discharges into an been accomplished.
"'t' Florida could endanger the economic theatre two miles south of Lake 'I''I'I
enormous underground water j 1 jEadie, who has jurisdiction of
r... growth of the entire state table known as the Floridian;i I.Wales.- I the Flagler-Volusia county area. I "At a recent meeting in Tallahassee -

-1" '. south of Ocala, according to an ," :Mrs. Parker continued f fI
. aquifer. This is a concentration :i[ Joseph Meier will again play I r
The will be from 10
agricultural specialist. hearing
"I invited to the \
an guest
, of porous limestone which stores I the leading role of the Christus, I
h'i" A.M. to 4 P.M. It is believed First Annual Conference
In the current Economic Leaf- fresh water for practically all of as he has in this country since on *
11t will draw a large number of
let, printed by the Bureauof Ec- Florida, McPherson said. 1932, supported by 35 profes- I Housing and Living Arrangements 1 j
I persons receiving social security for the Aging. There, \
onomics and Business Research sional actors_ and nearly 125 local -
And if the pressure of water benefits. Emphasis is expectedto J she said I met Miss Helen Holt, !
of the University of Florida, ag vounteer citizens., I J
coming from the Green Swamp I be on medical care for the special assistant for nursing .j
ricultural economics professor ,
' W. K. McPherson contends the I decreasesthe ground water I I This will be the tenth and aged. homes of the Federal Housing v
table in all of south Florida perhaps thatthe Administration Martin Fine
season ,
state urgently needs a water At least five senate members
if I
control project covering northern I affected, the professor stated. that the world's; oldest and most I I'I'I I of the committee besides Vice Sidney Spector, assistant ad- .
He said a water control district I famous dramatic story, lastingtwo ministrator of Housing & Home
Polk, western Pasco and south- I. Chairman Smathers are expected '
is urgently needed for the and one-half hours without Finance Agency, Washington,
ern Lake and Sumpter counties. I to be ,in Daytona Beach
swamp. "Salt water has intruded interruptions between 22 scenes, D. C. and other high ranking I I10IDcials
I for the 1-day hearing. It is be- 1\
"Within this area, generally into wells along both may be in operation at Lake who are eager for land \
', I lieved formal witnesses will be
known as Green Swamp, four I coasts," he added. I Lake Wales.It developers and builders to get
heard before the meeting is
I these projects for the elderly off ,
has been
He laid the cause of this directly sponsored opened to questions.Mrs. ;
the Passion annual-I the ground, as they expressed
ly by Play
to "mismanagement. The
CLASSIFIEDADS! theatre Corporation, a Pal Parker of Flagler I it
: state receives an average of I -
organization, of leading businessmen I t tf
:,. some 150 billion gallons, yet I.: and women. I ta._....fff.W. _........rt.._.""""- _.... ............... ..._ ..................-.-..............".... --
uses less than 4 billion, McPherson -
:i. said, in explaining Florida I The 1961 schedule, ending on I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT

has plenty of the natural resources -: Easter Sunday, April 22, calls
LhUap under thin heading area
cents per word each Insertion* for all foreseeable for matinees at 2 p. m. in Feb- AMBULANCE
75 cent is minimum charge. growth. '- ruary only, on Wednesdays, the
: PHONE VAlley 4-1625 ,
14th, 21st and 28th. Regular per
FOR SALE-14ft fiber glass boat.
He called for financial back
. 30-horse Johnson motor. Gator ]formances are each Tuesday, ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
ing so swamp water supply
r" trailer. Contact Buddy Chambers f:Thursday and Saturday at 7:30
could be.conserved and Never be hesitant about calling a Garpia Ambulance. We
t after 5 P.M. 2-l-2tp trolled. The technical kwowl-conI I p.m. and at twilight, 6 p. m.
I on Sundays., are always at your service with promptness, safety ands
edge is available all that's nec-
h WANTED :-Part time cleaningand erieaca.
general house work. See essary is money, he wrote.

. Viola.. Johnson, .South Bay"Street, "Regardless of what the cost ALL-SEEING CHAMELEONS Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

. lives in pink house. 2-8-ltp is, it will be ...
will never be possible to do their changes in color, have Garcia Funeral Home

..... ATTENTION MAN OR WOMAN: the job any cheaper and the trick eyes. One eye can look up
Serve Consumers with Rawleigh need for water increases with while the other pivots down. P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director

, Products in Flagler Co. Must the birth of every baby and eV-1 i Eyelids have a peephole that LADY ASSISTANT
have desire to ,earn $100 per ry industry he said. can ....shift. in all directions. f I
week & UD. See Frank W. Massey '.. -
.. PO Box 74, Anthony, or
', .. write Rawleigh's Dept. FAA-360- I

27, Memphis Tenn. : ,

Jan. 25! & Feb. 8-2tp

,, i' '
WOMEN-Need extra income?
k: Earn -$35.00 to $50.00. 15.20

f hours. No investment. No col } Impala 9-Passenger Station Biscayne 6-Passenger Sta. Chevy II aoo 3-Seat Station Corvair 700 Station Wagon.

, lecting. No delivering. Write I Wagon. Most elegant tion Wagon.Lowest priced. Wagon.Lowest priced U.S. Extra load space in that

.. Mary Dedge, 1825 Roselle Ave.,' i Chevrolet wagon. Jet-smooth wagon. 3-seat station wagon. trunk up front. .

;,', Palatka, Fla., Tele. EA 5-7735 ,

., 2-l-2tp
11it- '
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HOUSE FOR SALE-2 'bedroom, WantawagonCheYr'let'sgot .
i large living, dining area) carport - a dozen dandies. Five Jet- .

L. and utility room, CBS on Bel Air 6-Passenger Station smooth king-sized jobs for '.

_ 100 x 105 corner lot. 311 South I :".) Wagon.Roomy hauler: with instance.Three frisky Chevy II Chevy II100_ Station Wagon.! Corvair Greenbrier De luxe ,
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room house at north end of Palmetto - -' WA GONSby ;;

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canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional got .:f

value, beautiful In-

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Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach.
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of cargo space.

, --; FOR RENT furnisned 2 bedroom

>-.;st z, one bath house Daytona Ave., ,

.'y Flagler Beach. Completely ren-'
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