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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 8, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00634
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'. VOLUME 50, NO. 9 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR

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, Flagler To Havel BOYS PONY WANTED LEAGUE TEAMBoys FOR I I County Board {NAMED GEORGE CONVENTION WICKLINE I Candidates For


-Candidates For 12 and '13 years of age Transacts Much I SARGEANT AT ARMS County Offices

I are requested to meet at the I George Wickline has been t

Bunnell high school diamondthis [named as deputy sargeant for
The Legislature : Business Monday the State Association of County Begin Qualifying
J I Saturday, March 10, at 9:30A. I i

",. '. .M., to form a team for a I I|Commissioners by the state I
-,1 Qualifying as candidates for
I.Pony League team. The Board of County Commissioners -i president, Jack Durrance. Five persons had qualified
the Flagler House of Represen-
Several boys showed up last rejected the reports of' Wickline will begin his dutiesat with the Clerk of the Circuit

tative campaign Monday were I Saturday but because of the R. M. Anderson and his ]i check the state convention which I Court as candidates to run in
Wadsworth of
L.
incumbent W.
bad weather not enQugh to get for $96.60 as rentals on the Bun- win'be held on March 18.20 in the May primaries at press
\ Bunnell and Howard J. Wise- i
started. It is hoped a sufficient nell Airport. The commission'sreason Jacksonville.Mr. time. The qualifying time be.

haupt of Flagler Beach. They I number will show up Saturdayto for rejecting the reportswas Wickline is also servingas gan at noon Tuesday and will .

were in Tallahassee Monda.ywhere form a team and get started because it felt the reports director at large of the as- close at noon March 20. ,
they qualified with Sec- j 4 I
:; 'on spring practice.If ,were inaccurate. The board requested sociation. Those who had qualified at
of State Tom Adams.
1= retary a team is formed it will I that more complete reports -, I press time included E. A. Smythewho
. :Mr. Wisehaupt is making his I
participate with the Pony. League I be presented at the April is seeking election, to the
Incumbent
first bid ,in the county politicalfield. lOne
teams of Ormond Beach. So, !meeting. office of the Clerk of the Circuit
He served one term as
come out boys and help forma The commission,also voted to Court. Mr. Smythe was appointed -
of Beach several
mayor Flagler team for summer baseball. write to the Federal Airport IWins in Bunnell last February to fill the va-
years ago., He has resided at ,
Agency for assistance in estab- cancy in that office. He was ap
, Flagler Beach about 15 years. I
lishing an airport traffic patternfor Election pointed to serve until the next 'i
lIe is a lecturer by profession. Henderson Smith Tuesday
i the Bunnell Airport. It also election.
Mr. Wadsworth, an attorney, ,
I
will request pemission to use a With the greatest number of Also seeking ,election as Flag-
has served as Flagler County'srepresentative
/ since 1957. He Win Commission small portion of the north taxi candidates in history (14) ,ler County Tax Collector is Dale .--

strip for recreational purposes.Lee running for three seats on the f B. Brown, Jr., who was appointedlast
has resided in Flagler County
,
.... Drazba headed a delegation Bunnell city commission Tuesday November to fill the va
since early boyhood. He established Seats at Flagler
i I from the Korona Club asking C. B. Eisenbach wbn reelection cancy when Gayle Mercer re
his law practice in Bun, I
r '' for hardsurfacing three. with Shelton Barber and signed. Gayle had been appointed
; nell about 12 years ago. I
I The annual municipal election I quarters of a mile of Old Dixie Walton Johnston being winners. to the office in February,
Also qualifying with the sec j
J1 I at Flagler Beach Tuesday Highway from the White Eagleto of the other places. They are J1961, after Frank Mercer re-
retary of state as the Tuesday !resulted in Robert TV Bob)
double bridge. The commissioners new in politics. (tired. .
noon deadline' neared, was Rep. I I Henderson and Gerald A. (Smit- I said they had no funds i Barber was high man on the J Mrs. Ria Johnston has quail- I
D. R. Matthews ,of Gainesville, i
I ty) Smith becoming :the two available at this time. ticket, garnering 128'votes with fled for election as a memberof

who is seeking re-election district.to I new commissioners.With I I. Dr. J. R. Sayers, director of the I Johnston following with 119 ,and the School Board from District -
congress from the 8th
a field of nine candidates Flagler County Health ,Depart Eisenbach, third, with 107. The f No. 1. Mrs. Johnston was
candidatefor
Also qualifying as a f for the two seats, Henderson was I Ii ment, stated he had found some others gathered various numbers also appointed to the board to

< the' same office was Dr. John'I i tops with 174 votes followed by I dental equipment as government I of votes, running from a fill an unexpired term two years
Marcello of Lake City. Flagler
,.. I I Smith with 115. All terms on surplus which he could buy for high of 75 to a low, of 16. ago. She is now serving as i
become of the I
will
County a part
the commission are for two I $145.,. The bQard approved, the The candidates and votes received chairman of the board.
8th congressional district next
I'I years. I Ii purchase.The by each are: Also qualifying for that officeis

year. Those running for the two board voted to advertise Edward "Abe Abraham 57 Louis Steflik who is a new

i seats and votes received are: ,_ j for a supervisor to:supervise the Harry Atkinson .75 comer into the political field.

. Clyde Collings. .. -iUchard., AndersonR?$2% ..construction: of thE-county road," -Shelton: B, Barber ,.' '... 128 I He is engaged in, farming In ." ., i

Marcus Durison" I superintendent's home. Charles S. ,Chambers 27 the Bimini area, 't ,
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% Dies Sunday in Herbert 'F. Gray 481 561 The board adopted a secondary f Travis P. Chambers '31 I Mrs. M. B. Fuller also.quaIl i
I
Robert Hendeson 174 roads program with the J. H. Dawson 16 fied Tuesday for re-election as '

Willis A. McDowell 97 work to proceed ,in the following ,Frances W. Edmonson 71 I State Democratic Committee-

; Local Hospital L. T. Miller \ '' 20 order: (1) rebuilding Es- C. B. Eisenbach 107|t woman. She has 'served on the

R. R. Mosby 103 panola Road (S. 13)); ((2) resurface Zack G. Holland 47 State Democratic Executive Committee
Artesia
) Clyde L. Collings of '
Grady Prather 45 Railroad St. from intersection Walton Johnston 119 for the past six years,
I Park, North AlA, passed away I
Sunday afternoon in the local I Gerald A. Smith 115. of U.S. 1 through Bun. Martin B. McDaniel 87 filling a two-year unexpiredterm
nell to intersection of the Es. C. A. McKenzie 46 and also one four-year

hospital after a long illness. He I R. R. Mosby, who has served panola Road; (3) build road and Clifton E. Sheffield 57 f term. She filled a temporary vacancy .

; was 57 years of age. many terms on the commissionwas bridges over Haw Creek and I C. P. Worley 22. I for eight months as sec
.. :Mr. Collings was born in
up for re-election, but was Sweetwater from S. 304 to Du- I It is a moot question as to retary-treasurer of the State

t Parke County, Indiana. He came topped by Smith with 115 to pont; (4) hardsurface Old Kings 1 why some of the candidates decided Committee in 1959.
in 1951 from Anderson 1
4 to Artesia Park
Mosby's 103-a matter of 12 Road from Highway 11 south to to run. Since the position
Indiana where he had
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'votes. Volusia County line. (5)) resurface -I"pays $50 a month salary, at least

resided for of many the years.Marineland He was I' Holdover members are: TomDuncan I from Highway 11 to S305. one admitted that he was running Band P W Club .

manager I ,. Leonard Moody and George Wickline said he was I for the $50 a month.If .
I Fishing Pier. He was a ,
i -nem.1 I Harry Treadwell. in favor of the program but he Bunnell is to make an or- Will Hold A
ber of,the :Methodist .
I I objected to the order. He felt derly growth in future years,
Survivors include his widow
Mrs. Margaret Collings of Ar.1 'i I Ii I the Old Kings Road should be a comprehensive plan for that Dinner Meeting .1.1I

paved before the Haw Creek- growth is the responsibility of
tesla; a son, David Collings, attending Small Claims ;
Dupont Road. He stated the Old the city commission. Up to now I The Business and ProfessionalWoman's
Florida ,State Universityin I
I Kings Road was much more J no plan has been adopted by I Club closed the charter 4 I
Tallahassee; two sisters, Mrs. Court Session ,
: i 11 heavily traveled; than this road. any previous administration. I at a meeting held Thursday
k Walt Wilson or Artesia Park
I Holdover commissionerss who I night with 24 joining as charter
r and Hastings, and Mrs. NaomiC. At the session of the Small I I

Isherwood of Alexandria, Va.;, Claims Court on February 281 I must run next ,year are Levi L.1. members.
Brannam and H V. I The by-laws committee reported
two brothers, Archie D. Collings, I Judge Leola Jones reported I II Tryout For Peavy.
I by the chairman, Rosemary
three cases were settled out of !
Danville, Ind., and Kenneth ,K. I
Collings of Anderson, Indiana. 'court. 'I Babe Ruth Team World Day of i I Brown reading the proposed bylaws

Funeral services were held One case, Woodruff vs. which was accepted. Members

Bridgers and Page was continued I of the committee serving I,
; Wednesday afternoon at two o' This By Four ChurchesThe
/ clock-.from the First Methodist to the March 7 session.. SaturdayAll with her were Carolyn ThomaS. '

Church of Bunnell. The pastor, One case, the Bunnell Depart- boys between the ages of World Day of Prayer will son and Eula Fuller.

Rev. W.. L. Spicer, Jr.. officiated. ment Store vs. Fred Davis was 13 and 15 are urged to go to be observed by four churches of Lois Walker, president' of the

Interment followed at the Es- won by default., the Flagler Beach baseball field this area on Friday, March 9th Ormond Beach B & PW Club

panola, Cemetery. The session held March 7 had on Highway 11 Saturday, :March from 1 to 2 o'clock P.M. The which sponsored the organization -

one case "by default, Citizens\ will be given at the of the local club, was a
Pallbearers were John Tindall, 10, for a tryout for the Babe program
Emmett Campbell, Z. G. Holland Bank of Bunnell vs. James F. Ruth League team. Flagler Beach Baptist Church visitor.

Coley Michtell, Stanley Parrish. with Mrs. Atlee Stevens as The next meeting of the club

Bowers, and Steve Triay. Honorary Two cases were settled out of I. The team will be comprised leader. Mrs. Harry Treadwell, will be a dinner meeting pn

pallbearers were R. E. Le- court and two continued, one to of 15 boys from Flagler Beach chairman of the Spiritual Life March 15, at the AlA Restaurantin

Greve, Robert Pardon, Jr., J. Eyre March 21st session and one to and Bunnell with the first .practice Committee of the Flagler Beach Flagler Beach. The dinner

Holmes, Lyman Gage Robert the April 11th session.An on Saturday, March 10, at Methodist Church, is the program i will be at 6:30 and the busi

Oliver, Fred T. Goodin, GeorgeM. entry ,of default was givento 2 P.M. Mrs. Mildred Rockett' chairman. ness meeting will be at 7:30.

:Moody and ,Albert Gilmore. i Woodruff against James Clark said all equipment will be at Joining with them are the Reservations must be made with t

p'r Craig Funeral Home of Bun- : Bridges and an order of dismissal I.the field but each boy is askedto Community Memorial Church, Leona Eisenbach by noon on I,

nell. was in charge of arrange with out prejudice to WalterP. bring his own glove. also of the Beach and the First Tuesday at ID 73774. f

,ments. Page. Mrs. Rockett said Wally Gibbons Methodist Church of Bunnell.I

.I Judge Jones said Small Claims!' is the new manager for The theme of the program is GARDEN CLUB TO !

STEPHENS CHURCH Court will be held every-other the team this year. He will be "For God So Loved the World." SPONSOR PARTY :

Wednesday In the Commissioners assisted by Joe Seale. The team

SPONSORS DNNNER I Room of the Courthouse. The will enter the Ormond Beach VFW AUXILIARY I The Garden Club of Flagler

St. Stephens Catholic Churchis session will begin at 9 A.M. and Babe Ruth League starting MEETING TONIGHT i Beach will hold a card party
I
sponsoring a baked turkey ors run to 11 o'clock. April 1st and running until I The V.F.\V. Auxiliary will and prize bingo party on Fri

ham dinner on Sun day, :March I Judge Jones will be in the I It July 15. They will play two meet in the city hall tonight I day evening, March 16, at 7:30.

11th at ,the Woman-Club building commissioners room from 11 0'. 'I games each week. I for a business session. This will The party will be held In the

,', in Flagler Beach. :f i clockto noon to accept claims I All boys in this age group also be the annual election of: Woman's Club building. Refresh

,Serving will begin at 4 o'clock for the next session of court are urged to come and try out:officers, the president Clarice! ments will be served and door

P,- M. and continue until 7. which will be March 21. for the team. Taylor, said today. prizes will be given.







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THE BOOK'NOOK kept rotting' out the buildings,
y
".!''if 't'r and they would'have to be rebuilt -
'r ALBERT SCHWEITZER taking time away from

1 the patients.
Genius in the Jungle ,mss''
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This book is very exciting for
One of the'most famous men all and tells'of all the hard

in our: history is,Albert Schweitzer I ships he went through in this
a vey great doctor and mu these '
vast jungle to help poor
sician. He had a very normal natives. For his great work and r
childhood, his father was a help Schweitzer was awardedthe
:minister and they were a little "Nobel PrIze. .
y better off than most of the"
townspeople. This is where his For the month of February,
love for music began by going 1624 were checked out of our
"to church and :hearing the or- school library. A new book was

'ganist play. He is most known added last Thursday, "You Can REGISTER EACH DAY FOR OUR
for his ability to give great Talk Well," was presented to
GIANT TOP VALUE STAMP GIVE
speeches in public and the concerts us by the author Norman P.
that were given in Europe. Crawford.Mr. AWAY. EVERYBODY WINS.

In fact this, was how he was
Crawford came to speak
able to raise enough money to I Chase & SanbornCOFFEE
to the student body on the Four-
finance his trip to Africa.
Way Test, A Good Rule for Com-

Giving to the world his great munity Living." He is presently 1 Ib.
musical talents were not enoughfor I at Jacksonville Universityand 37
him. One day when he re-I has been past Governor of

ceived a folder in the mail of i District 587, Rotary International. can

'the necessity for white men and .
doctors in Africa to help the natives Limit one with $7.00 food order or'more
Janice'Lovelace has becomea
and doctor them. This region
new library assistant, and
was especially damp and ''will be working with us
Grade "A" Medium Show Boat 40 oz. can
attracted the insects which were I for the rest of the year. We

the main pests. They carried have also chosen Jamesene Daw- EGGS PORK & BEANS
the germs and diseases which son to be our sponsor in the
killed many of the natives a- Miss Bunnell High Contest on '
long ,with the men who wentto March* 10th. Last week two very Z doz. 893 'each 'ZSe

help. large and attractive bulletin,

Altogether Schweitzer w a sable boards were done on John Glenn . -
to make three trips, once and George Washington: by the =':.'.''' ),.:1''t'hn 7 ?.,.t<.{ ,f "-'] "'" 1 'r.rt T'L ; },.. .;:; :4""t, f. .1"...... .. (q.:' 'f fr0Jj."" .!'i....
his wife and young child were Library Assistants and Mrs. :...i;: f. .g ;c;; Y.:: }}[ tt)

-not able to accompany him. Cannon. .t..! .,.".,'i"} 1et fd EJc t .he l 1I1 :1.il 3 $ i'o J..lt. .-\\t".r: .'t;}" 'b f .
While in Europe instead of rest. Library Assistant, Yli-7-f-'frs .l7' c" :t
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Schweitzer: was busy giving con- -,: : ',,"': 'J.r.(,'
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O. F. ALFORD Young
The book, Mystery Mountain, r
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to visit her counsin, Betty. j'! SMOKED SAUSAGE' 1

PAL PARKER'S. INC. Although her family warns CloseLAMBtrim Tender ti '
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DRAKES RELINED 150M Mountain anyway- and after Ib. 3ge BOLOGNA :; i
PARTS AND LABOR she once started to find out the :t.t.iJ . WEINERS .;1: 1J.
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LUNA BABBITT; :
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lIt FLAGLER BEACH PTA 1 I The Flagler Woman's Club I I:"',,, -w.: iillt" '. SAVE '
I IIN t MEETING MONDAY NIGHT met Wednesday with about 50 -=-'- !!!If l ';.- l. :
I. The Flagler Beach Parent.R members and guests present. R // .:.
Teacher Association met Monday James Ebert gave a wonderfultalk JI jii D-J .
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torium with a good attendance. County and Flagler Beach, and
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, Mrs Jeanette Owens presidedand tax evaluation. ., .
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the devotional was led by From a private colletion of
Mrs. Henry Shill. The minutes stones, diamonds, and antiques I Mr. G.FRENCH. Libby's
were read by Mrs. Mary Ann from South America:, were shown I
Meekins and the treasurer's report to the group. I FRIES pkg. IOC LEMONADE can lOc
given by :Mrs. Ray Martel Mrs. Ramsey of 'Bumhrghan
t and they were accepted. ]I Iowa, won the door prize. A 14 oz. Four Fishermans Mrs. Smith's

1 A nominating committee was baby picture contest was en-
selected and those named were' joyed and first prize was won FISH STICKS pkg 4ge APPLE PIES'each 4ge

, r :Mrs. H. Shill, Mrs. B. Wilson by Miss Emily Gage; second
; and W. Fennell. They are to prize went to Miss Flora Gage, 10 oz. Singleton's Breaded Deviled
1 '- present a slate of officers for and third prize to Mrs. Helen 3 to
\ the coming year at the next Paquin.Isla SHRIMP pkg. 4ge CRABS pkg. pkg.6ge
. business meeting. Kester, president, reported I
I There was a discussion about attending the Rotary Club
I '. having a study course at an luncheon in Bunnell and accepted Center Cut Western Grade "A" Western Beef
1'. early date and to seek countywide a plaque' for the FourWayTests CLUBSTEAKS
1 participation. for the Woman's Club PORK

q Dr. R. J. Sayers was presentedand The next meeting will be held '' .
he gave an interesting talk March 14. Federation topic re CHOPS 'lb. 69* lb. 89
' view will be "Americanism vs.
on the importance of immunization I I!
Communism. Hostess will be
for children and also grown-- ...
, ups. He told of plans for the I Mrs. }Helen Kruger and Mrs. I II I

I school children in the future. Helen Paquin.COMMUNITY Fresh Boston Butt -. Ii i Palm River
Mrs. Emma Kulp's third grade
I pupils presented a play entitled MEMORIAL PORKROASTib. SLICEDBACON-

"The Golden Goose" on Friday CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS I
afternoon at the school and I lb. *
: Rev., R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced 49 1 49
\I qute a few of the parents were that he would concludehis .
present to enjoy the presentation. -
series of messages on "Wit-
I ,
nesses for the Lord" at the morn-
FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST ing worship service next Sun- Larry's .Home Made Copeland's

CHURCH day morning.Mrs. PURE PORK ALL MEAT

Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min ,
Philo Holcomb, Jr., who *
SAUSAGE FRANKS
ister.lowed Church by worship school at service 9:30, fol-at has been spending several Ib.49 pkg.49c

months in Flagler Beach with
10:30. All services are held in
her sister and brother in law
the Woman's Club building
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Michaels, [(
. Rev. Hoover will conduct a 21/2 can Sweet Treat Pillsbury
left Wednesday for her home in
preparatory class for the young Great Neck, New York. SLICED
folks of the church. school at FLOUR 5 bag 49*
his home at 9:30 A.M. Saturday.The PINEAPPLE S$1
:Methodist Men will havean Rev. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens

oyster roast on the groundsof made a trip to Tallahassee dur- Kraft's ,
the new :Methodist Church ing the weekend. 25 oz. Lucky Leaf MIRACLE .-
building, now under construc- APPLESAUCE
tion on Daytona Ave. between WHIP 490
21st and 22nd Sts., on March Stopping over to visit Mr. and 4 .{for $1 I qt.
17th from 5 to 7 P.M. Ticketscan Mrs. E. D. Johns recently was .
their nephew, Bobby Johns, and
be bought from any mem-
Chocolate Vanilla Banana
ber of the Methodist Men's Club his friend Johnny Thomas from Shurfine Evaporated '
until March 13. Clam chow- Gainesville.Prof. Diet cans il
up SEGO 3
MILK 3 I forVV
der will also be served. I for 390Large Food

The Methodist Men will meeton Edward Holmes from
Monday, March 12, at 7:30 Stetson University in DeLand Hires Chocolate & Banana
P.M. in the new church build-
supplied the pulpit of the Baptist JUMBO
ROOTBEER
ing. Special guests and speakers Church last Sunday.' .

animal will trainer be Jeff from Davis Animaland.and the 2 bf:; 290 PIES pkg. 390

Mr. and Mrs. Worrell Durrance
EULA LEE MOODYcELEBRATES visited in St. Cloud with her SHURFRESHCOOKING
8th brother and sister in law, Mr. I
ANNIVERSARYEula and Mrs. Robert Morgan. COFGF'E E OIL

Lee Moody, daughter of
:Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody, Visiting during the weekend
celebrated her eighth birthday with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johns lb. 29* 9 i.
anniversary at a lawn party and were her 'brothers and sisters in 29Limit
weiner roast on February 24. law, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Walker can
The party was given at ,the and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker Limit one with $5.00 or more food order one with $5.00 or more food order
family home on Palmetto St. in from Gainesville.Mr. .
Flagler Beach.
The afternoon was spent in and Mrs. T. J. Miller spent LENTON SPECIALS I FROZEN FOODS
lawn games and contests and the weekend in Pompano Beach.
Chicken of the Sea f Golden Ripe
the young guests roasted wein-

ers. A birthday cake decorated in Miss .Margie Schatz is coming TUNA : 33C BANANASLarge :;:' 10'
blue and yellow was featuredin home from HoweyintheHillsSchool .. can, :r. Ib.. ..,
the decorations. this weekend to visit "
Kraft Macaroni &
About 20 young friends and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CHEESE DINNER 2 for: 35c Crisp ,. I
schoolmates enjoyed the after- Robert Schatz.
noon with Eula Lee. Royal PinkSALMON CELERYYellow 2.for29c
Mrs. Earl Thiel and Mrs. Paul Tall 69C

Mrs. Agnes Lee made a trip Kelly spent Sunday in Jackson can
to West Palm Beach last week. ville visiting with Mrs. Thiel'sson Shurfresh v
in law and daughter, Mr. *
.2 69C ONIONS S : .
.
NEW SON FOR STRAUSERSMr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauser, Jr. CHEESE ,loaf i ib.10c

and :Mrs. Cletus Strauser, i i
Jr., of Jacksonville announce the Mrs. Carlos Hope and children ------

arrival of a son, February 22nd from Gainesville spent Saturdayhere
at St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack with her brother and sisterin
sonville. His weight was eight law, Mr. and I Mrs.E. D. Johns. Flagler Food Store

; pounds and eight ounces. They ,
have named him Danny. Miss Betty Meadows left Fri I

The maternal grandparents day for Shefnorock, Ny Y. where I Flagler BeachPRICES
are.Mr., and Mrs. Earl Thiel and she will spend three weeks before '
the paternal grandparents .are she goes to Washington,
THURS. -FRI. SAT. MAR. 8-9-lOth, 1962c.
Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Strauser, Sr., D. CL, for a week of special government t GOOD .
all of Flagler Beach. training.




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I' s .Thursday, March 8, 1962" THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE


-- people that is, the- businessman .I- First" we must clean up our I Social SecurityEarnings : :

J JLETTERS I the man on the corner, county as well as our City of
TO the labor market, etc., and will I Bunnell. We have a good build- ;I i
go so far as to* say that many ing code called the "Southern1 Based' ;
j I improvements should be made. Building Code." This code as I
I These improvements shouldbe adopted was for the welfare of . \
I THE EDITOR. made NOW and "We" should I the whole county of Flagler if.I On Average Pay I 1
.,. cut the red tape before it's too enforced. Enforcement of this
'
code would make the land more Correct reporting of self-em- I
.
late.A valuable and in time provide ployed net earnings every yearis
Jr: i. solution to the problem is I
Dear Editor: to be profitably occupied and I EMPLOYMENT in the Flagler better buildings. Thus the banks all-important for social security -
and institutions would
are maintained in an attractive The loaning said Mell D.
is
area. answer manufac- purposes
I have been reading with considerable I come into this territory and
interest the "subscrib manner. turing. We must first have the I give loans. As of now they won't Eadie, district manager of the

I i, er" editorials in the Letters To BUSINESS DISTRICT: Recent things that a scout would be touch this place with a ten-foot Daytona Beach social security .
for.
Editor column of The Flagler years indicate much progress in looking facilities They are: Transportation I pole as the restrictions are nil. ,office. .;
Climate Super -
I, Tribune. It affords a wonderful our business district. The bank ; ;
opportunity for an exchange of has been beautifully redec- highways; skilled help; tax We need rules and regulations I Eadie joins with the District
assistance
; materials on hand; as there are those amongst
ideas. orated, a large new appliancestore mortgage money; A TRUE APPRAISAL -I us that just won't do what's Director of Internal Revenue in
has
been built several
} The most recent letter which new restaurants and, motels, OF ALL PROPERTY. right even when they can. I, as I reminding people who work for
was FOR TAX; the peoples blessings.We a builder, believe in building '
unsigned referred to the many new attractive service stations good themselves-alone or in a partnership -
1 supposed lack of progress being a funeral home established have the climate, the land I practices and enforcing the I' -that federal income tax
made in Flagler Beach' and her and other new business and the people to hire and can rules and regulations as adopted -
prop- f returns (Form 1040) for 1961
sister city of Bunnell. First, I erties developed. Plans are underway attract others to this area once ,by the code. It surely does]
disagree with the basic premiseof for a new post office. we have a payroll. We need not add to a city to have asight t must be filed on or before April
this letter in that progress more mortgage money in this 1 as we now have upon entering 15, 1962. This must be done and

is not how much new industry POPULATION: 1960 census I area, more superhighways and same. the self-employment tax paid ;
I we have in our, community but figures indicate the growth 'of new tax laws to be regulated I II I
how much the community is Flagler County in the past 10 according to growth. Also 'we I could go on and on but If net earnings for the year were
I bettered or improved for those years was 35 per cent while I must open our arms 'to people do like this area and do so wantit as much as $400, even if no Income
people who live in it. Second, Bunnell population increased who want to 'come. here. to be an outstanding city in tax is payable.The .
I am quite proud of the prog 38 per cent.TAXES Bunnell is a fine place in an outstanding county. You now Social Security Adminis-
ress being made, in my home which to live as is the wholeof have my conception in regardsto
town, Bunnell, and it is with : Flagler County has Flagler County. We know putting this area ift line 'for tration, Eadie said, wants to re- .
glowing pleasure that I point one of the lowest tax rates in that< but do others know that? its rightful share of .growth ex- mind self-employed persons that

: out some of, the progress of recent the state. Under our present It's also a grand feeling to pected in the near future to the future old-age, survivors, and /
years. I am sure that prog- 27 per cent, evaluation all resi- know that you are wanted.As land of promise.As disability insurance benefits to-
I ress at Flagler Beach can be dent home owners are practically of now we have a fine a closing thought we also
them and their families will be
: from taxes and the
adequately defended by a Flag- exempt school system but after educat- need some places of amusement
low evaluation and low mil- based on their earnings.If .
average
ler Beachite. ing youth they too must leave for both young and old as well
lages are advantageous for busi this area. Other parts of the f{ the those earnings are not reported -
as
youth-such as bowling,
I What has happened in Bun- ness or industry as well as State as well as other areas of .!
skating dancing etc. and or are incorrectly reported,
en-
nell In
recent ? prospective ..industry.INDEBTEDNESS .
years the country profit edu-
by our
life to its fullest in
joy Flagler
ROADS: Flagler Coifnty has : benefit amounts will be reducedin
: The Board cated youth.If '
one of the best of roads County. some cases lost entireIyI -
system of County Commissioners has we had a payroll where our Yurs truly,
of any county in the state.U. no indebtedness. The City Commission youth could stay in this area when the worker retires, be-
.S. 1 has been fourlaned by has only a very small how welcomed' it would be to I Louis Uihlein. I comes disabled, or dies.
state and beautified by the city. I indebtedness against its water I all concerned. But we too must

State Highway 11 to DeLand system. The ,,Board ''of Public Instruction do something besides grumblingand One guava supplies four times '
has recently been resurfacedand has talking on the Talkis
the beautiful drive to Flag- I indebtedness a which necessarily was voted larger cheap. Action speaks corner.louder I the adult daily requirement for I t Subscribe to The Easter Tribune I

ler Beach is still in excellent by the people, but it is paid than words. Vitamin C. 1 S2J50 A Year In Advance
shape. Resurfacing of Highway out of' State Racing Commission -
100 to Palatka is under state Funds and state and county J ,
i contract and a new highway to capital Outlay Funds which 4'

Espanola will soon be con- does not place a direct burdenon tf. t 1..
I structed. A very fine networkof local taxpayers. Few coun- :"' .:
of rural roads has been built ties and towns are this well off. :'
I I over the county with plans for L,.
ECONOMIC GROWTH: Our t
continued building: I I
I economic growth has not been : '
the handiest
II I STREETS: The city of Bun rapid or spectacular but it has phones -- s
nell has done an outstanding been continuous. Recent years
job of paving streets in Bunnell have seen a big expansion in
in recent years. Practically every the cement plant. The cattle in-
"used" street in town has been dustry has consistently moved

I paved. from scrub cattle to bred cattle f the at hand .
are phones
I CIVIC CENTER: We can be on improved pasture ranches.
' proud of one of the most attractive I The timber industry has moved
1 and useful civic buildings from wild burned woods land .: .
I for any community to planted and protected forest
I'' size. The grounds have recentlyour with a greatly enlarged payrollin "f*x *>.ySw \&\ j..wwArAvx*"* *
/ been beautifully landscaped recent years. The lumber
the interior has been redesignedand mill has increased in facilities,
redecorated. The city main- production and employment
tains a well kept football and CONCLUSION: This is only a
Softball field and has recently part of the progress on my home
added much needed restroom town. I am proud of it and
facilities. proud to be a part of it. This
COUNTY BUILDINGS: Flagler does not mean we should be
I County has one of the most satisfied to stop where we are.
I, handsome court houses in the We need more housing, an improved -
I state. ,Just compare with surrounding business area, new in-
I counties to prove this dustry, more paved streets, more
to yourself. The interior has re- recreational facilities, an im '. .
cently been, rewired and com- proved water system and more
pletely redecorated and present cultural opportunities. And, if
,. budget calls for partial air- we continue to work together
conditioning this summer. A .as a community we will get
new stockade has been built in them. I am Toud that my
the past two years. A new center -I home town is PROGRESSING. I I
for County' Health Department John A. Clegg. II'
has been acquired from J I'
I the state and a new county barn P. O. Box 398
has been constructed in recent Flagler Beach, Florida I'I
'. years. Grounds and buildings March 3, 1962 I I \: l
; are always clean and attractive. The Flagler Tribune,
SCHOOLS: Tremendous ad- Bunnell Florida "
"' vance has been made in school ,Letter To The Editor: ; Y
plants of Bunnell in recent !I Congratulations to Margaret '. .
years to include new cafeteria, Jane Deen on your letter to the 1- S : :
music department, many new'editor, March 1, 1962, issue of ;
I classrooms and walkwavs and The Flagler Tribune. You speakas
parking area at Bunnell High I do, briefly and to the' point.
I School, plus ,a very fine negro Thankful for what you have,
{ school plant which is still under and not bickering about 'what

construction. you don't have. By no meansno .
I HOSPITAL: In recent years offense' please, to previous
we have seen Flagler Clinic and letters to the editor forUnitedwe
; Hospital grow into a fine mod stand, Individualy fall.
em plant with equipment to
,' Sincerely,
'I( compare with the best in the Mrs. Geo. E. Wickllne.
state. Few small counties can I

" I boast the facilities we have Bunnell, Florida
here. March 3, 1962
CHURCHES: In recent' 'years Dear Editor:
I I l three of our major churches Today I write regarding the
have built beautiful new sanctuaries many pros and cons pertaining
? f and other churches have to the growth of Flagler. I will
I either made improvements or go so far as to say that many .
I are in the process of building. opinions expressed by both of Relaxing? Make the moments more enjoyable with a lazy (and so '
DENTAL: For the first time these
that
groups bring "the
I j in the history of our county we pros and cons". are right.I private) chat on your bedside phone. Count on your bedside phone,

have .a fully equipped private know the Editor was not too for that safe like '
cozy feeling you at night Throughout '
I 7 dental office and the County looking for a debate. when she your

t Health Department is in the process expressed her views regarding house, phones in the right spots add convenience and comfort
f of establishing a public the growth of the County. She s ,
dental program. f I'is interested in her home, that ,whether it's bedroom, kitchen or den. When ordering your extension '
I RESIDENCES: We have only 1 being Bunnell in Flagler Coun- -
to look around us to see all yShe, as her family are, ,. phone, ask about other modern telephone conveniences melodic

the new homes that have been greatly concerned with condI- :Bell Chime and Home Interphone. Just call our business office.
built in recent in tions
years everysection as they are today. She
of town. For the most came from a fine family who
f part homes are maintained with are the backbone of what this -. '
pride and add considerably to City of Bunnell, as well as the *:>/ -
the- progress of our community. County of Flagler, is today. _:
PUBLIC HOUSING: In recent I, as a property owner in ; /s*. ">;
I years we have built our first Flagler County also in Volusia Southern. Bell
public housing project with facilities where I lived before coming to 1 dr
for both white and .... "o.-'IMD ,WH. +.-
t negro Flagler County, and being a "." ,' '. -= ... "";J INUA ut .
races. The project has been a General Contractor and Builder,

t- success in that all units appear]I do have a true feeling of the ,, - ,' / .

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I I trict are': Tilman' W. have been held during One Drainage pumping plant dues. ,
'CONStRVATION. NEWS Work Unit 5,460 L.F. of dike. J J'I ; 7. Promoted conservation in i

Ernest C. Taylor, '' In addition to the regular schools by placing 35 conserva- i
, By Tilman W. 'Robinson !I I Aid. Wallace W. Weeks I things remain to be 'I servation program carried con-I tion folders, in school library. I

part-time employee of the conservation field the District completed ,
The Flagler Soil Conservation; on.
twelve.meetings.; Among the more I Showed five soil and water I
District was created under the Conservation' Service. I i all thirteen of its planned
conservation films during the
is the need for ?
tivities for the as follows
Florida Soil Conservation Dis- year aC-1
We, the supervisors, I activities to create year to schools and civic clubs.
law on July 20, 1952. The District -
u regular monthly outlets and provide for 1. District boundary signs 9. Sponsored two tours in District
was formed to give ranches,
the 20th of each month, j water control. erected. I
i and other landowners of Flagler ,
\ County Florida an organization I otherwise specified and : I 2. Sponsored Speaking Contest 10. Displayed Conservation
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I through which a thorough, and Following are the soil conservation program goals for pictures.
1 I orderly job of soil and water 1961 and accomplishments: 3. Sponsored Soil StewardshipWeek. 11. News column written and

: conservation may be carried. Conservation Practices 1961 Coals AccomplishedNew published each week.
1: Cooperators 15 No. 15 No. 4. Selected outstanding con- 12. Rented hay rake and balerto
One of the main problems in servation farmer and presentfdBanker's cooperator.
S Basic Plans 18 No. 20No.
i the district is water control. Approximately Revised Plans, 10 No. '5 No. Award. 13. Assisted local State Representative

: 90 per cent of the Conservation Cropping System 5,000 Ac. 533 A.c 5. Held 12 regular monthy 1 I Billy Wadsworth in

,I .total land area of 309,120 acres Cover Cropping .4,500 Ac. 723 Ac. meetings. !!draft of Water Management Bill

I I' has soils which require some Crop Residue Use 4,500 Ac. 5,302 Ac. 6. Paid State and National I I which was subsequently passed.
degree of drainage or other water
; Pasture Improvement 600 Ac. 2,623 Ac.
control before they can beI I
(( sucessfully used for cultivation Tree Planting 500 Ac. 5,325 Ac. The Fire insumoce policies we write still give the I

I t Woodland Protection v 5,000 Ac. 11,475 Ac. same dependable protection but today you can enjoy
or forage production. The flat ,
I Fishpond Treatment 10 No.. 10 No. additional benefits through coverage in a "Home- I
topography and lack of natural '
J' Ditch Construction I' 5.0 Mi. ' 6.5 Mi. owners Policy" at very little cost.
stream development complicatesthe
Drainage Improvements 1,500 Ac. '1,468 Ac. Remember H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
establishment of adequate
Drainage Structures 200 No 210 No. take advantage of these extra coverages. TelephoneID
drainage systems. Surface Feld Ditches 20 Mi. 56 Mi. 7-3361 or stop in soon for full details.H. .

) The District Board of Super Irrigation Pumping Plants 5 No 8 No. T. COOK AGENCY

visors, realizing this lack of Proper Irrigation Water Use 1,000 Ac. 905 Act! Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida
adequate outlets for drainage in Other Accomplishements Include

f the District, took action during -. --
the latter part of 1960 and

t initiated an application for Federal .

} assistance under the Small

Watershed Act for Works of Improvement Y
or stream channelsin

the Haw Creek Watershed. T

The principal and ranchingareas : TRAILWAYS

are located in this part .

of the District. The application Y.

., is sponsored jointly by the Flag
Route and Thru Service
ler Soil Conservation District Express
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Sand the Flagler Board of County t' BETWEEN

Commissioners.

During 1961, the sponsors were
successful in getting a local bill
NEW YORK-MIAMI
I enacted by the State Legislature,

giving them authority to create .
f
a Water Management District -
and other needed to car-
powers

ry out Worki of Improvement. .' Serving Bunnell and Central Florida Points on ,

We supervisors: feel that the I '

I Watershed Project is vitally' .. all Schedules in Both Directions.
R needed for the continued progress -

} of agriculture' in the District '. '.,. ." .'.;' " .,
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excellent cooperation between < "
the District Supervisors and ,, .. ':' :, f 1>-;< ...
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County Commissioners in Group ; .(
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''( Drainage Projects. Drainage canals -
have been established in

f the Haw Creek Area under this ,f.

arrangement and a Water Hyacinth -
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Control Program is being t

p maintained in the District. Dur i
ing 1961 another Group Drain- II "

age Project was approve by the

District Board ,and construction I
". is being done by the County II I I .1
Commissioners. This project in- ,

volves the drainage of approxi-

mately 1,500 acres of pasture

and woodland and will also i 11

serve to protect approximately !

six flooding miles washing.of county The roads canal from, r *t Eli

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when completed, will be three 1

miles in length. I Ii II i I
The District Board has also r

participated in Group Drainage I I

projects between Rayonier Cor; VIA '

poration and St. Regis Paper 7 a
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and has cooperated
Company
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with the St. Johns Soil Conser-

'< vation District on a large drain- : .
age project for St. Regis Paper
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Company. RICHMOND
The District has also receiveda

reauest during 1961 from a WASHINGTON
of Flagler-Volusia- Cunty I . .and vou'll find it the i
group
sportsmen clubs for assistanceon .- BALTIMORE !
easie.st
I
construction of a dam on Bu. travel on earthA

low Creek :to create a several
hundred acre fresh water lake choice of new highway routes brings faster thru service to the

I in the two counties. Carolinas, Virginia and northern cities, and to Orlando, Ft. Lauder- .

There has been no change in dale and :Miami. All service is with new coaches airfoam contour I NEW THRU EXPRESS SERVICEFrom

; the Board of Supervisors duringthe I .. reclining seats, vista-view windows, stainless steel restroom
I I- and all-weather climate control .
year. There was an election DUNNE : IwayNEW ;

held in October, but incumbent I YORK . . . 530.10
Trailways capable sales .agents will gladly quote to any =des-
Raymon Tucker and Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON
supervisors,
tination, and tours. Please call the terminal
arrange stopovers '
Alfred Tucker were reelectedfor . . . $22.75 i
below.
four-year terms. The members i Thru service over 2 hours faster I ;
/
ji of the.Board and their capacity Ship by TrtBwxrt Ptektyt bp/&It's lsslr.SMpmtnSifivtoh fATVit ui":=.rry rfjqr.. JACKSONVILLE . '. S 1.95 !
r as follows:. R.W Deen, 4 Convenient trips daily

Jr., chairman; A. B. Johnston, I MIAMI . . . . S 7.00 k.
vice chairman; W. W. Deen, sec 4 Thru trips dally

retary-treasurer; Alfred Tucker, iRAlLmWJm59 (plus tax)

member; and Raymon Tucker" 0?lake MOODY'S PHARMACY
member.
The Soil Conservation Service easiest travel on earth - 100 Std SL BusraelL Florida

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March 8 1962 FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN
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I SAME BROADAWAY'SSISTER MRS. SALYERDS'RELATIVE


II I 8 iA ,I It AWAY 'SATURDAY PASSES AWAY MACH PASSED 5

I I t :Mrs. Ida Vickers, sister of Sam Frank Darling, brother in law

LOCALS BARRY ALEXANDERYELVINGTON j i Broadaway of Bunnell, passed of Mrs. Henry Salyerds of Bun-

,away in a Douglas Ga hospital nell, passed away March 5th at
1 1I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Yelvingtonof 1 1I Saturday. She died of injuries his home in Paulose, Washington. -

Miami are announcing the received in an auto wreck on He had suffered a heart at-
ENTERTAINS FRIENDSAT I I:arrival of a son born February 1I 1.Tuesday of last week. She was tack several days before he

I MRS. RICH HONORED I A BAR-B-QUE I 22nd 1962. I:a resident ofv Willico. died. He was 78 years of age.
; ON BIRTHDAY I I He has been given the name.: She is survived by her husband
SUPPER SATURDAYMr. Mr. Darling and his wife had
f ANNIVERSARY I of Barry Alexander. This is their Troy Vickers; six children,
visited here with the Salyerds
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and Mrs. Harry Atkinson 'J I second son. He is the great- I'I'I and 14 grandchildren. Also surviving -
1 Mrs. F. A. Rich was honored during January and he sufferedthe -
of George Moody, Sr., .I
entertained a group of friends grandson are two brothers, Sam
} at the recent Royal Neighbors I I heart attack a short time
at a Barbeque Chicken Supper of Flagler Beach. I Broadaway of Bunnell and
meeting, the occasion being her after returning to his home.
I Saturday ,evening at their home, f George of Mobile, Ala.; one sister -
{ 85th birthday anniversary. Mrs. j I Funeral services were held
Moses Atkinson has returned
North Palmetto St Stella Broadway of Bunnell.
Rich organized the Royal Neigh- I'I J to the Mather Airforce Base in there on Wednesday.CLAY
About 22 of their friends enjoyed ] I Funeral services were held I
bors here and has' been an active -
I three
California after spending
the evening with them. I there on Tuesday. I II
f member for'many years. weeks here with his father and I

We stated in last week's issue i other relatives.Mrs. RIVER DESCRIPTION I II ENVELOPES
E. W. JOHNSTON SR. I
that O. F. Alford was the retir- Ancient not
OBSERVES BIRTHDAY Gene Cauley and sons,I A stream in California is Mesopotamlans
ing president of the Shrine Club. I I
ANNIVERSARY George Wickline is the retiring DeWayne and Ward, left during j I known as the West, Fork of the only write on clay, but made

E. W. Johnston, Sr., observedhis president and Mr. Alford was a I i the weekend for Dayton, Ohio,J South Fork of the North Fork I clay envelopes to protect valu-

78th birthday anniversary year a go. Mr. Wickline also attended j,where they will join Mr. Cauley. I lof the San Joaquin River. _able. documents..
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1 last week. Over 40 members of the ,club on Saturday in Jack I Motor Express there and they
I his family called during the sonville. plan to reside in Dayton.
I afternoon and evening. !i I THANKS TO VOTERSI

I. i iI I Those attending the recent* wish to take this opportunity to thanks you, I'
Visiting at the home of Mr. I Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Kiley and 1 I beauty show in Jacksonville included -
and :Mrs. Louis Trad during the son Jimmy, returned last week I I Lois Carle, Martell Hunt- the citizens of Bunnell for the confidence you have
weekend was their Charles, to their home in Quebec, Canada I Allen
son er, Eugenia Allen, Fern ,.
after extended visit herewith II again placed in me on returning me back as- one
Marine Airforce an
who is with the I II and Rhea Dobson.I I
Academy in Pensacola. I I Mrs. Kiley's parents, Mr. I I of your City Commissioners.C. .
Their son, Sam, recently returned -i I I and Mrs. Louis Trad. I Ann. Morris, student at the
I to California after a visitof i [University of Florida is Gainesville i
three weeks with them. I Miss lona Moody of Orlando I spent the past weekend I 'B. Eisenbach

spent the past weekend- here here with her ,parents Mr. and
Hubert Frier was in Pierson I with her parents, Mrs and Mrs. I:Mrs. Walter Morris. i
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,Ga., Tuesday for the funeral of I D. D. Moody. I!I J
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Sam Broadaway's sister. I Jim Cook, son of Mr. and :Mrs.H. .I I II I SURPLUSHOUSES I II 24 HourWrecker *

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Yelvington T. Cook has made the dean's I I Service

and little son, Kevin,. were overnight list again,, this semester. Jim is I: i
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guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. a student at Florida State Uni I I
Truck & Tractor Co
M. B. Fuller Thursday. 'The Yel- versity in Tallahassee. To be moved, located Flagler

vingtons have recently moved. to I 6 miles N. of Bunnell on j I MASSEY.FERGUSON'

Miami from Orlando. Mrs. Tommy Salyerds and East Coast Track also t t Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
children, Janet, Sharon, and I Espanola and Dupont.
Mrs. Isham Johnston underwent Alvin, spent the past weekend I $500 each.FREEPORT. Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242

I major surgery at the lo- in Augusta, Ga., visiting with SALVAGE Night ID 7-3529
cal hospital Monday. She is re- I Mr. Salyerds who is receiving I VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER ;
t 3422 Old Kings Rd. :
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ported as recovering r Shop Manager
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EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA : Thursday, March, 8, ,1962 I

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r I I the best batter and the leading GAELIC IN NORTH AMERICA I I than anywhere else in the I

pitcher. I Gaelic the traditional world.
I I age of Scotland and langu-I, I I

I ZAZAS WIN 7thS STRAIGHT taken firm root in the New Some 700 seedling pines may

, ; I I' Jumping Joe White, managerof World. More people on Canada's be planted on a single acre,, ,
the Zazas, was fouled in the Cape Breton Island speak Gaelic for thinning and selection later.

(Ilast 10 seconds and made the
shot good to keep the Zazas' -

By Leslie Pacha I who slate scored clean.17 points The Collegians in the last, It AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR i

GIRLS CLOSE fine. The lot
BUNNELL boys are doing a quarter, played one of their'I
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SEASON WITH WIN OVER I of throwing. We
have some best games. Dick Littlefield was -

MELHOSE a good looking players. The I!'I really hot for the night and I CONDITIONING-HEATING j j'I ((ELECTRIC SERVICE

Bunnell girls hit fast in the coaches have been keeping tabs j scored 13 points. Johnny Rod- FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE

first quarter and got out to a and helping some 'of the boys 1'gers scored six for the Col-'II I'I CO. 1 I I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY I II

15.4 lead that Melrose never who need just a little more legians. Sammy Bertha had 12 Of Daytona. Inc. I I I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL
with Joe White following with I COMMERCIAL & MAINTENANCECALL
Bunnell extend AIR CONDmONINGHEATING
overcame. girls coaching. We had over 48 boysat I I
I ed their win streak to 15 straight, each practice. This week the 11. GENERAL SHEET :METAL HUBERT PELLICER .
Melrose 5945. Zazas G F P I "We're Proud of Our Work" I
over the girls boys will start doing a little lID 7-33O1 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHT
T. Bertha 1 3 5 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120
Sharon! Townsend had 27 batting. Also the boys will be % I
followed Barb Weaver S. Bertha 5 2 12 I I GARDEN SHOP
points by placed on teams and thereafterwill AUTO SERVICE I
with 21 and Allida Tucker 11. practice as a team unit. J. White 5 1 11 Gray's Garden Center

The girls played like champs. 'We are going to have two pitchers I H. Higginbotham_ 1 1 3 I McDANIEL'S-1!Headquarter for Gardening: Need.
J. Meadors1, 1 3 '
The guards played good defensive and two catchers on each Service Station l I Ceramics Gifts, Dry Arrangement

ball and kept Virginia team and also a utility outfield; I STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Materials
Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers
13 8 34
Ford and Carol Hurst in check. er ansi infielder. If the boys I
Collegians G F" P Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS
Both girls played good Melrose ?
and haveto
keep showing up we
B. Chambers 2. 1 5 Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7051'ORMOND
girls were a well coached team I carry more boys on the team I I
H. Wells 1 1 3
and played very good ball, but we will, put them on teams.
Biddle
'' D. Littlefield 6 1 13 Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I HARDWARE
the Bunnell girls had a. little
As we have our 'program lined J. Rodgers 3 0 6
advantage in height. Carol THAT FAMOUS PAINT
:Hurst had 21 points and Vir- up, every boy that wants to play I 1C. Wall 1 0 2 GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen I,

ginia Ford had 16. will get the chance and will I H. Huff 2 0 4 '. 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days .! Exclusively at

:Bunnell G Ft 'pt play. I have been giving some State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 !i t.. FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE

,A.,Tuckert, 5 1-5 11 boys who need a little more 15 3 33 1 DtHNl
B. Weaver 9 3-5 21 practice some more practice section Zazas 6 12 3 13 34 Colonial Service Station

S. Townsend 11 5.6 27 after school. These boys Collegians 6 5 5 17 33 EARL* E. RICE ProprIetorGASoILLUBRlCATION I'I Flagler Beach HE 9.2103I
t J have been showing a lot of improvement

";'' 1...:.',I 25, 9.16 59" and I really have I PINNER SCORES 19 POINTS MOTOR TUNE-UP I I Village HardwarCenter
/-''> Melrose G Ft Pt been enjoying this section with I ITO SET NEW SCORING RECORDT. GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I I I HOUSE PAINTS
_- V. Ford 7 2-4 16 them. All the boys are eagerto Pinner, shifty forward for U.S. HIWAT 1 BUNNELL.ED'S .
:i :Match and mix any colorBuilder's
j C. I{urst' .' 6 9-14 21 start playing. Our plans are the All Stars, scored 19 points Kitchenwore
I Supplies -
. -R. Tillee 2 0-0 4 to open our city little league which is tops for the City GIFTS GREETING CARDS
M. Blade 2 0-0 4 season :March 29th with two League. Nipper and Ross scoring PURE OIL STATION
AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
17 11.18 45 I games that day. The schedule[,,13 and 12 points could not overcome Specializing in Wash & Waxing I
thereafter will be one game the All Stars who had one Batteries-Accessories ;
I :JEWELER
I Wednesday and Thursday: with of their best nights and won MINOR REPAIRSu.
,SPRING TRAINING NOTES
a nine game schedule. Winning 48 to 39. Hwy.: 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 ,
Well: our second week of j I BRENNAN Jewelers
I team will, receive medals. Also
.spring training has gone along (Continued on Page 9) BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
Fine Jewelry and Gifts

1 ; I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus
BAR & COCKTAIL I
. ,j. Watches ,
.t\. : LOUNGE Watches Clocks
j i Jewelry- Repaired
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I DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056

.. .- .r: r:; ';'i "'- .SUNDAY FROM FROM 9 6 P.M. FURNITURE

Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach
4I f, : Ormond Bedding and

:'. I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.
1'{ COCKTAIL LOUNGE Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
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Eddie & Mary Shultz, Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
t :l PACKAGE GOODS 1 R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner

9 a.m.-2: a.-Sun. '1 p.m. 2 a.m. 99 Granada Ormond Beh. OR 7-6411
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Ocean Bird-Flarfer Beach

. BETH'S SEASIDE I PAINTS

;; I JERRY'S PAINT MARTPITTSBURGH
k BAR & GRILL

fi FOR FINEFOOD I

Paints-Finishes

r. 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I Paint Sundries-Wallpaper I

Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond

: I ORange 7.0761
BUILDING SUPPLIES I
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) WICKLINE ROOFER i

I' the modern EDGEMON ROOFING CO.

I Building Supplies Manufacturers of tl

' flameless CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile Roofing

STEEL ALL TYPES OF ROOFINGFast
0 Dependable Service
Beach HE 9-2254
Flagler
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electric
HWY. 1 N. ORMOND
ORange 7-5177, 7-1793
BOTTLE GASHARRIS

way! -" 'I BOTTLE GAS RESTAURANT

BOTTLE or BULK SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT

FLAGLER COUNTY'S ONLY Lunches-Dinners-Sandwiches
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HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY I
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PHONE ID 7.3551
-. 152 W Granada-Ormond Beach
Help Flagler County Grow
':' Irs CLEANER There's no fuel grime to stain walls and settle on cur Open 6 A.* .-11 P.M. at I
By Shopping at Home
tains. No soot to blacken utensils..they keep shining bright. Your whole 146 S. Atlantic-Ormond

family will love the "lace hanky" cleanliness of flameless electric cooking.' CONCRETE PRODUCTS .

r Irs COOLER I Pots and pans come into direct contact with the electric Your "Q" For ConcreteDial RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteakChopsChlcken I

"" range heating element for speediest cooking without wasted heat. Your
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cooler in the CL 38113DAYTONA Sandwiches and Shakes j
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kitchen stays up to degrees summer. I
BEACH Sandwiches and Pies I
t' irS SAFER Only flameless electric cooking is free from fumes, fuel BREAKFAST ANYTIME i

-,., odors, and constant-burning pilot flame. Easytouse.automatic. controls Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant i
... regulate the heat and do away with pot-watching. Meals cook to perfection .... AlA 1 :Mile South of Pier
;>; while you're away..giving you more time for your family, shopping ; CLEANERS

'. and doing other things.,with precious peace of mind. I Used FurnIture-Upholstery ;
BUNNELL CLEANERS
t Cooking with flameless electricity is the smartest way today-tomorrow the only way. : I WE GIVE TV STAMPS JOE WELLBORN
See electric appliance dealer .
E your
., '- I 0>>ea Dallr S to 6 Furniture & Upholstery t

............................................ : Phone ID 7-3188 GOOD USED FURNITURENew
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4 .U Furniture UphoUtrrtnrTrade
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Milliard G Ft P Yulee. The Hornets were held 9 straight wins.MllUard Higginbotham 5 1-1 11

Howard 3 3-3 9 I to 8 points in the last quarter. I G Ft PG. I'I'J. Copps' 0 1.2 1Geros

1&4 Conner 7 2-3 16 Milliard went ahead and substituted Robinson 8 3-5 19P. 5 2-3 12 >i iIff

B., Bray 2 1-1 51 in the last two minutes Robinson 6 4-5 16H. J. Crews 4' 0-0 8G.

Higginbotham 3 0-1 61 of the game. The final score Johns 7 4-4 18A. H ward 1 0-0 2P.

Continued From Page 8 Geros 7 2-5 16 was 80 to 63. Hilliard won the Fisher 2'- 0-0 ..4M. Haddock 1 0-,0 2

All Stars G F P Group 4 Class C. tournament. Cook 1 : 0-0 2F.

T. Pinner 9 1 19 22 8-13 52 Wilder 2 0-0 4I 36 1.12 80
Donnie Conner had 27 with I
Jr. Hutchenson 0 1 1

C. Harris 3 28 i HILLIARD Wayne Howard 17, J. Higgin 26 11-16 63 THE CIRCUIT COURT OPFLAGL.KR
ROUTS YULEE
I I botham 11, David Geros 12. For I COUNTV FL.OUIDA,
D. Metts 3 1 7 FOR TOURNAMENT CROWN IN CHANCERY NO. 4426I
Yulee Hornets G. Robinson was Yulee G Ft P AVONNE E. WILSON
B. Cummins 1 0 2 I I Plaintiff
tops with 19, followed by H. D. Conner 12 3-5 27
Donnie Conner
J. I. Sheffield 1 57 put on a one I vs t;
Johns 18. P. Robinson had 16.Hilliard H. Howard 8 1-1 17 KENNETH E. WILSON
show in
man the first half to
H. Kuleski, Sr. 2 0 4 Defendant :
score 21 points and put the Hil- I finished the season with I I R. Bray 0 0-0 Q NOTICE TO DEFEND I!
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: :,:
f 19 10 48 Hard Red Flashes in front 43 I I KENNETH E.Wilson WILSON !I
to 28. Yulee which showed c/o Walter
a J Rear of George Street !
Rinky Dinks G F P lot of speed in the first two vic Taneytown, Maryland ,
CRAIG FUNERAL HOME You are hereby notified that a.
Nipper ... 5 3 13 tories seemed to slow down, suit has been filed against you In
Sammy 3 17 while Milliard the above entitled cause; and you
picked
up speed
I are hereby required to file your answer
Wall 2 04 in every quarter.In A. H. CRAIG. Funeral Director with the Clerk of this Court

Rodgers 0 00 I JOHN HARDIN Associate the and plaintiff to serve or a plaintiff's copy thereof attorney upon

Holt 0 00 the third quarter the Yulee whose name and address ia;

Ross 6 0 12 Hornets with Harry John and I Am, LAD.Y OXYGEN W.P. O.L. Box WADSWORTH 396

T. Bertha 1 1 3 and the Robinson brothers hit CONDITIONED I I EQUIPPED Bunnell. Florida
ATTENDANTPhone not later than March 29th. A. D.
j for 24 points to Hilliard's 19. CHAPEL AMBULANCES 1962.
If you fail to do so. decree pro
17 5 39 The score was Milliard 62, Yu confesso will be entered against

lee 52. 'Wayne Howard got going ID 7-3532 you for the relief demanded in the
nature of l
bill of complaint. The
for Hiljiard and bagged_ 15 I said suit being for divorce.
BULLDOGS LOSE TO HILLIARD which 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and seal of f
points was too much for said Court this 23rd day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1962.
Bunnell Bulldogs were knocked (Official Seal),

out of action from the E. A. SMYTHE
Group Clerk of said Circuit Court
4 Class C. Tournament by the By Julia R. Harvey
CAUTION* crenc vtt.s Deputy Clerk .
Hllliard Red Flashes 52-39. March 1-8-15-22--ttc

Bunnell the Flashes REQUEST FOR BIDS
gave a Notice is hereby given that the
good first quarter action, but East Flagler Mosquito Control District
I of Flagler Beach. Flagler
I were held to 4 points in the 2nd County will accept bids at office
located 7 miles north of Flagler
with the 24 14
to
quarter score '
f Beach on Highway AlA up to and
; in favor of the Red Flashes. until 6:00: P. M., March 8th. 196%.
for the purchase of equipment aa
I Bunnell could not overcome the follows:

10 Bunnell scored 25 One Hendrix Model TSor
points. : Bucket
EQUAL- Dragline one-
points in the last half to Mil- half yard -capacity, complete.The .
j bid price shall be the cash
liard's 28. Mike McMillan had delivered price to our shop Flag

18 points. For the Flashes, Geros ler Beach. Florida. Bidder shall
Excise
not Include Federal Transportation
had 16 and Donnie' Conner v F* X or Florida Sales taxes.
Bids will be opened at office on
I also, had 16. This give the Bull March 8, 1962 7:00 P. M. The East

dogs a139 season. Flagler Mosquito Control District
Board of Commissioners reserves
the right to reject any and all
Bunnen. G Ft P bids.Dated
this 15th day of February.
Emery 4 0-4 8 1962.

Moody _, 0 0-0 0I East Flagler Mosquito
Control District
McMillan 0 0-0 0 r rI Geroge Moody, Chairman.Feb. .
I I 22 & March 1-8-3tc
Kuleski 1 0-2 2I

Morris 4 1-1 9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Hosford 'O..J 2-2 2 Notice is hereby given that the
I undersigned, under the provisions
of Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida
\ 18 3-12 39 Acts of 1941, will register with
the clerk of the Circuit Court In
1 and For Flagler County Florida
upon receipt of proof of publication
of this notice the following
1 TV SERVICE ,fictitious name, to-wit:
Marine Novelties under which we
... are engaged in business at Marine-
land, Florida. That the partfee Interested
ALL MAKES
in said busines enterprise/
f Agent For are as follows:
MARINE STUDIOS INC

; RCA & PHILCO Dated W.at D.Bunnell BURDEN., Flagler Counr-
ty, Florida 15th February. 196'%..
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TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP
1 AND INSTALLED KUAOL.KH COUNTY. FLORIDA, '
IN CHANCERY NO. 4420 '
TUBES TESTED FREE Norman Morman,
t. Plaintiff,
vs.
Henrietta Patterson Morman,
Bob Defendant.
TV NOTICE TO DEFEND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Henrietta Patterson Mormanco
FLAGLER BEACH E. A. Patterson
1 Route 2. Box 32ARockingham.
PHONE HE 9-2204 North Carolina
You are hereby notified that a
suit has been filed against you in
the above entitled cause; and you
are hereby required to file your answer
with the Clerk of this Court
CommunityMemorial and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
whose' name and address is:
J. Church Ray Selden Selden Building

i Inter-denominational Daytona Beach, Florida
not later than March 2%. 1962.
, AIR CONDITIONED If you fail to do so decree pro
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confesso will be entered against
Daytona Ave. you for the relief demanded in the
f bill of complaint. The nature of
FLAGLER BEACH said suit being for divorce.
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WITNESS my hand and seal of
V' Sunday School 10:00 A.M. said Court this 15th day of Febru
turns potato insects right side ary. A. D. 1962.
Church Service 11:00 A.M.L. up (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court
DICKERT. Paator By Julia
R. W. IL Harvey

f :: EVERYONE WELCOME Flat on their backs! Phosphamidon kills feeding of the natural predators that live on. I I Feb. 22 & March 1815tc Deputy Clerk

Colorado beetles ( the resistant harmful insects
potato even can continue. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
: ", IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF contact well flea beetles leaf Some insecticides FLtARLER COUNTY FLORIDA,
if FLAGLER COUNTY. KLOIUDA.IN ones) on -as as get all of the insects some IN CHANCERY NO. 4424

t.;. r LILLIAN CHANCERY C. BAHRY NO. 443O hoppers and all four kinds of aphid that of the time. Others get some of the insects all CLAIRE A. HOLDEN Plaintiff,

Plaintiff attack of the time. But vs
'," ... potatoes. why complicate your spray EDWARD A HOLDEN. JR.
I PETER THEODORE s BAHRY Phosphamidon also gets the sucking and program...when Phosphamidon turns the Defendant.NOTICE .

i I NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant chewing insects that move in later. That's because peskiest potato pests right side up? THE STATE OF TO FLORIDA DEFEND TO:

I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOt it doesn't kill by contact alone (though EDWARD 109 A. HOLDEN. JR.
PETER THEODORE BAHRY Woodmere Street
I 222 East 8th Street its contact kin is spectacular). It's absorbed Helping the World Grow Better Rarltan. New Jersey
Brooklyn. New York You are hereby notified that a
; You are hereby notified that a by the foliage and penetrates the entire'upper suit has been filed against you in
suit has been filed against you.In the above entitled cause; and you
the above entitled cause; and you part of the plant system. Result: a remotecontrol" are hereby required to file your answer
are hereby required to file your answer kill that insects other ... with the Clerk of this Court
gets
with the Clerk of this Court. sprays ORTHOPhosphamidon and to serve a copy thereof upon
and to serve a copy thereof upon miss-even those hidden away in a tightly the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. whose name and address Is:
whose name and address Is. curled leaf.Another. Ray Selden

, Selden Ray Selden Building benefit Thosphamidon is rapidly Selden Daytona Building Beach, Florida
Daytona Beach. Florida not later than March 29. A. D. 1962.
t not later ,than April 5. A. D. 1962. absorbed by the plants, and has a low vola If you fall to do so. decree pro
If you fall to do BO. ,decree pro tility. As a result, workers can enter the fields confesso will be entered against
confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded In the
t '> you for the relief demanded in the within a few hours. And the migration and bill of complaint. The nature of
bill of complaint. The nature of aid Bult being for divorce.
I said suit being for divorce. .- WITNESS my hand and seal of
WITNESS my hand and seal of said Court this 21st day of Feb
e Court this 5th day of ,. Ig. (Official Seal)
(Offlcla19 Seal) E. A. SMYTHE E. A. SMYTHE
Clerk of said Circuit Court , Clerk of Bald Circuit Court
By Julia I* Harvey By Julia R. Harvey
r. Deputy Clerk. Deputy Clerk.
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f.\ PAGE TEN THE .FLACKER. TRIBUNE, BUNNELL. FLORIDA. Thursday. March' '. 1962- ;' ,,
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Very Fine Airfields Rotary Club To t Dewey Moody and spoke to the overtaxing. 'overload and the fuse goes. :;
'. ; t club on the operation of Animal I Coronary heart disease has When the demand exceeds the ..'.

t Florida's aviation- progress 'Meet At EUinor Land.. .become Public 'Enemy No. 1 in supply, difficulty ensues. )f;
was marked by a 'gain of 15 :Members of the club will at- :the United States and is on the I '1)I
airports ,during the past five tend the annual district conference I rise. For example, in 1925 Dr. I I The most likely candidate (for '".

, years, the Florida State Chamfer I Village Club of Rotary.District '694 Sunday I Paul White, the eminent heart a heart attack) is the man of "

r ; of Commerce reports. I The Rotary Club of Bunnell Monday, and Tuesday at I specialist analyzed 3,000 consecI I the house especially if he is ': ,

'; "There are 99 well 'equipped will meet at the Ellinor Village the Robert Myer Hotel in Jack. I utive cases of heart disease. He middle aged or older, of husky J\

r airports for general public use Country Club in Ormond Beach sonville .The district conference !found that 20.2 per cent of them I build, and his immediate an- ;

i. in the state today. Only eight Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. I will be presided over by Gov- were' coronary heart attacks. cestors suffered with coronary <_;
. states have more. Half of these This meeting will feature a t- i ernor Frank Hancock of Palatka. When he examined a like number artery disease. High blood pressure F

r Florida airports are paved' and bone steak banquet, paid for by i i of cases 25 years later, 48.5 diabetes, or obesity all increase -i'

\ fully lighted and equipped, the losing team of the recent per cent were coronary heart the chances of a heart

ranking the state third in this attendance contest, President HINSON INITIATED I attacks. 'I attack.
These conditions should be
xespect. John Cannon said today. IN PHI DELTA KAPPA I It all depends on the ability,(
under control with
the
kept supervision -
"Fifteen Florida airports haverunways' During October through December I. Hinson of the heart to meet the load I
Byron H. member of of your doctor. If nny
of feet with
over 7,000
intensive attendance placed on it-a matter of
an the Bunnell sup-
High School faculty; extra ,exertion makes you feel
only three states having a larger and demand. AIL of have
ply
contest was held between two us
t on leave of absence initiated I
i was pain in the chest or shoulder,
,(. number. teams within the club. The : into Phi Delta Kappa ont a certain reserve level, depending i see your doctor. If shortness of
"All ,airports and seabases teams were as follows: j on the condition of our heart '
Wednesday night 28.
February continues
j breathy fatigue un-
which be used the
can by pub-
Young men's team, Duke Mc. I I Phi Delta Kappa is an international I I and circulation. This is ordinarily j jI I usually long after exertion see
lie. in the state number 152. This
sufficient of
to take
care
Daniel captain Corbett Sulli- I
; professional fraternity |your doctor.
is made of the 99 well
figure up I our customary 'needs., But if an
van, Ray Sturman, Joe Paquin,.for men in the field of educa- I I
equipped installations plus 53 Dewey Moody, Charlie Tonkin, 'tion. Membership is by invitation unusual strain is added, such as i, Keeping fit with a sound program "
others some of which are par- I unaccustomed exertion f plus exposure I of regular, moderate exercise -
Tom Holden, Jimmy Crews, Rob only and is extended onlyto j I I
tially restricted to military use to cold this reserve may! is always helpful. But
Deen, and Homer Brooks. those students who have an : '
and others which have limited used up. Just as when you don't overdor it, and above all,
of 88 better all jbe I i
Boys team, Louis Steflik, cap- average or on I
facilities. Airports used by the :
work taken. too many appliances into try to avoid sudden, unusual
college
tain John John Canakris
; Cannon I
military alone are not includedin I If
Howard Taylor, Tony Kahl. Mr. Hinson is attending the ,lone electric circuit, there is an exertion.
these figures.
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"Last year, active civil aircraft Jim ert, Homer Bentley John Hardin, Coy Harris Clare, year University under a of grant Georgia from for the Na-one ......-.......,...........-. ...........,...................-.........
)t. Craig, F..v.FOR
in Florida numbered 2,691,
Biddle, Tom Lenssen, and John tional' Science Foundation.Overexertion I ALL IIt'URS-DAYOR NIGHT
a gain of 339 aircraft over 1960.
Cross.
This gain also 'ranks near the
top, only three states had a The contest generated a great Can AMBULANCE
deal of enthusiasm and servedto
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,:greater gain. PHONE VAlley 4.1625
improve club attendance tree
Cause HeartAttack I II SERVICE
. I It mendously, Cannon said.' The' ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

t CLASSIFIED! contest ended ina near-tie with I A warning against unusual
Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
less than one percentage point I physical exertion during the
separating the winners from the winter months was issued today I are always at your service with promptness, safety and

11 ADS losers. The boy's ,team took by Dr. J.. K. Sayers of the Flag-I experience.Equipped. \
their loss with admirable sportsmanship ler Department of Health. '

Listings under this heading areS and are hosting the Pushing cars or even over- With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator I I.I
cents per word rack Insertion
73 cents Im I minimum charge. winning team to the steak din exposure to cold can bring on ,

BANK REPOSSESSION 1961 ner, Mr. Cannon continued.Jim heart attacks in susceptible in 1 Garcia Funeral Home

Zig-Zag Sewing Machine, sews Ackerman was guest dividuals. Overdoing winter .I P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
speaker at the meeting last sports. or battling stormy weather ,
but
forward and reverse, make
LADY ASSISTANT
I week. He was' introduced by even without snow can be
ton holes, sews on ,buttons automatically I

embroiders and -

monograms, assume 8 paymentsof \

. $7.75 per month to'a respons
ible person only. Write Credit

Manager, Box 225, Daytona "
Beach, Fla. 3.84tc Price ice and everything nice'! outside. Still another: tough but gentle one-piece "' : :., )

rear springs that outdo many a bigger car ,
FOR RENT Unfurnished duplex haveMonoPlate
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t, Who ever thought a car that saves like this could wonder II Car Lifeso
:apartment, 2f bedrooms and quiet .Any Chevy won
screened porch. Call ID 73304. much sizzle? Chevrolet engineers, that's who.! magazine's 1962 Engineering Excellence award hands .

:. .March: 8-tf liveliness and luxury for a low, low price were exactly down? (The wonder would be if you settled for anything ,
/ what they had in mind to begin with.And they began less-once hands
} ) 100K-Splendid Rawleigh business ' you get your
from scratch with a whole carload of ingenious new r' "
ff ; available in Flagler Coun- on one at your Chevrolet dealer's!0y .
$ ty. Exceptional opportunity fork .S ideas designed to give you more for your money. ,.

;f Industrious person. See FrankW. That spunky 6 with gas-sipping stinginess is just one ,... ..

' Massey, PO B.ox.74, Anthony, example. Another: a new unitized Body by Fisher 'h H14 DUa 'I. '
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; or write Rawleigh, Dept. FAB that's fit for a full-size family inside, easy to park ':

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