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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 15, 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: VID00635
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50, NO. 10 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR


4-H Clubs Hold j'TAXES CITY OF COLLECTED BUNNELL I.!Twelfth Annual '- f TAX BROWNS: COLLECTOR REMINDS I I--More Candidates

ABOVE 77 PERCENTCity !ABOUT DEADLINE .
Public Clerk Nancy Rodgers said Cabbage Ball I For
Speaking II Tax Collector Qualifying
I l Flagler County :
J I today about 77 per cent of the
'Dale B. Brown is tax-
City of Bunnell taxes have been This Saturday j I reminding
i that first is the
i payers April
collected to date.
Contest j OfficesThose
Thursday I II
:: I deadline for paying taxes before County
.a I i She is also reminding those! The Twelfth Annual Cabbage I
r ... |who have not paid their taxes:Ball: will be this Saturday evening I I they become delinquent. I
1 The Flagler County 4-H Clubs l I that unpaid taxes beCome' delinquent I I at the Bunnell Community All property on which taxes who have qualified as
; will hold their Public Speaking' on April st. j+,Center The benefit ball is sponsored have not been paid will be advertised ,'candidats to run in the Demo-
Elimination Contest at 4 o'clock by The Country Club and and certificates on the cratic 'primaries in May since
this afternoon (Thursday) atthe proceeds are used for the club's i lands sold .at the June first sale. last Thursday are: M. L. Dun-
Courthouse, County Agent(local Rotarians I welfare projects.The I son who is running for reelection -

Howard Taylor said today. Mr. I St. ,Patrick Day theme j'Flagler BeachMethodist as a member of the Boardof
Taylor said it is the 4-H Club iTo| Hear About be used this year. Final plans j I, Public Instruction from Dis
meeting and all 4-H'ers who are I I I were completed at the club Men trict 3.From.
not participating in the contestare Social Security meeting Monday evening at the J I School Board District 5
asked to attend. All ,par- I home of Mrs. Don Moore. j incumbent Roy Likens of Ma-
ents ot the 4-H'ers are invited James :Demer, Assistant Dis Joe Pace and his orchestra[Meet Monday rineland has qualified for re-

also. trict Manager of the Daytona ,I from Daytona Beach will furnish !: The Methodist Men's Club of election. Opposing him is Howard -
Three local judges will select Beach Social Security' Administration music this year, and tickets may j i the Flagler Beach Methodist Lerch of Flagler Beach.
the. top three speakers in the office, will be guest be secured by calling Mrs. Don j I:Church held a meeting in the Incumbent Alfred Tucker of
senior. division and one or two speaker at the luncheon meet- Commissioner
Moore or Mrs. Walton JKinney. i new church building Monday County District 4
in the junior diVIsion Top win ing of Rotary Club today. ,night. Invited guests included has qualified for re-election. Op-
.ners from the contest this after- Mr. Demer has been associated I I members of the Woman's Society posing him is J. B. Pellicer.
noon will compete on March 29 with the Daytona Beach District -I!Production of : of Christian Service. Incumbent George Wicklinehas

at the Rotary luncheon for first, Office of the Social secur-I I It was decided to postpone the also qualified from Commis-

second and third places. I ity Administration for Lime in Florida [[oyster roast until March 24. All ;(sioner District 2.
three Prior to coming to
Those competing may select years. 1 1 persons holding tickets will be For the Democratic Party postsare
any topic as long; as it is connected j Daytona Beach he worked in the' notified to as to the change vin I George Moody, Sr., of Flag
with agriculture or 4-H Nashville, Tenn., and the Mont- j Short i of Demand I II date. i ler Beach has qualified for re-
Club work. Judges this afternoon gomery, Ala., District Offices. ]I After the meeting, Program I!election as State Democratic
IE are M. B. Fuller, O. F. Al- i He is a graduate of Maryvillej![i Production of quick and hy- I Chairman Dr. Allen Reynolds i Committeeman and also Com-
College, Maryville, Tenn. |[drated lime in Florida has increased I I
> Servingfor :
y ford, and L. L. Gage. I'' presented Jeff Davis who gave!mitteeman from Precinct 2.
the finals on the 29th 'will Mr. Demer will discuss the I some 70 per cent ,dur- a interesting talk on "22- 'I II !|!Steve Cyzycki of Korona has
Jack and general application of Social I ing the. past three years yet I very also
be John Cannon, Clegg I 000 Miles Across the Country on I qualified as precinct committeeman -
Security with emphasis upon Information consumption in the state still
Rev. Bill Spicer. .from Precinct 3A.
,
Also the' -
," Those competing this after.. j which would be of in- stands almost twice the Florida- a Motorcycle.was Rex Williams on animal proi I Others who have qualified
terest to members of the Club. produced volume the Florida !gram
Johnnie Ruth Miller, i since March
6th
noon are_ "trainer from Animal Land who I noon include
Delores Deen, Isabel Green, Betty -. He will be..introduced -by 'Clif State Chamber of Commerce [i I spoke on the training of eletphants. I!E. A. Smythe for Clerk of the ,
r Lynn Bourne, Anne Bourne, ford McGriff, program chair- i ports. re-I' I Circuit Court. 1
Allida Tucker, : Susan Bran- man. "Florida is in an especially Dale B. Brown i
Mary: Refreshments were served by Jr., for Flag-
[ nam, Susan McMillan, Barbara Sixteen club members enjoyeda 'favorable. position to expand I.:the club president and his wife, I:ler County Tax Assessor. f
steak dinner at the Ellinor production of lime within' the !
Jean Pache [ School Board District
1 incumbent
,I Mr. and Mrs. Lerch. -
;... Sue Broadway Darrell Britt, !j I Village Counntry Club last J state because of'the presence I Howard: I Ii Ria A. Johnston' and

;' 'JohrTCody;Mike-McMillanrMlke f Thursday-evening.: ,The,.occasion; victory of J highjjade! ;accessible.Urne-!:* !---_:;>. ..... -...........,--..+---- -,.. ..-.'.'....,'. I'Louis" Stefllk.f .
Robinson, Tillman Robinson, j I was the, celebration of the stone deposited Ir1119566Wherrthere " I1 *EMa "Fuller for State "Demo-:
Donnie 'Moore, and Jackie Mc- of the Young Men's Team were only two plants producing J'Phone Company :--1: craticijComrnitteewoman arid' al'I
Cabe. over the Boy's Team in;' the attendance lime in Florida, production j I so committeewoman from pre-
'I contest held during accounted for 23 per' cent To Give Student I cinct 1. "*'" .- ? ',,i
{I the months of October and No of consumption. By 1959, this ,

-. Senior Parents vember.A proportion had increased to 41 Free :Trip to Lab "-
I board of directors meetingwas per cent and last year stood at B and PW Club I
''
Plan, To Finance I held afterwards and Tom''about 55 per cent. Southern Bell Telephone Com- ,
Lenssen was welcomed onto the I:volume produced in Florida'; 'I pany this year will award an Holding Dinner ;
board as secretary replacing 'amounted to 190,000 .tons and outstanding Florida high school
tr' I
Senior Trip Howard Taylor. The board also :consumption reached an estimated !science student and his teachera
.. I Meeting TonightThe
Parents of Senior Students at appointed a nominating com- 345,000 tons. '. trip to the Bell Telephone
f l Bunnell High School met Tues- !'mittee to submit nominees for "Lime is essential to a: number Laboratories in Murray Hill, Business and Professional
.
& day evening with Senior, Faculty (office for the coming Rotary of industries and as the New Jersey Buck Moore district j Women's Club will hold a .din-
Sponsors for the purpose of year which begins in July. state becomes more industrial-I'manager of the company in this ner meeting tonight (Thursday) tat
evaluating progress made thus I I Five club members, together ized, the demand for willi area said today. I the AlA Restaurant in Flag-
far in the drive to raise funds with their Rotary Anns, attend I I also move upward. Productionin The student will be selected ler Beach. The dinner will be
a: to send the Senior Class to.Washington -' ed the annual District Conference 1962 will likely show an appreciable .at the Florida State-Science Fair I served at 630: and the business
t D. C., and New York City. of Rotary District 624 on gain with the first full which begins April 5th at Pensa- I session will be at 7:30.
It was announced that slightly March 11-13 at the Robert Myer I I year of operation of a new facility ;cola Junior College in pensa-I President Gwyn McGriff said
more than $1,500.00) dollars Hotel in Jacksonville. Members j J JI i I which began production J!cola. All students entered i today Harriet Mott of Leesburg
has been raised thus far toward In* attendance were: President I late last year. I physics category from high I II will be guest speaker. She is
a goal of approximately 3000. I John A. Cannon, Jr:, and Jeane, "Lime is used in Florida in I I(I schools located in Southern serving as district membership
I I I
Eight weeks remain ta reach Secretary Tom Lenssen, Treas- the manufacture of paper, tobacco j t i I Bell's operating area in Florida chairman of the state organization
.the goaL I urer Ray Sturman and Gladys, I I I products, insecticides and'will be eligible. I this year.
i The following parents have Charlie Tonkin and Viola, and ]i|I a wide variety of other chemi II III I During their visit to the Bell The local club has just recently

., been asked to investigate the Clare Biddle and Gwen. i i cals. In addition, water treatment I Labs the student and teacher I ,been organized and has closed I
; possibility of canying: out the The club entered a very attractive and phosphate processing I I meet with 50 or. 60'students andteachers the Charter on March 1 with a
listed projects: Duane Deen, pictorial exhibit of its I account for a considerable portion from all over the total of 24 charter members

.,: .movie;.:MIs: Jeff Cockrell, azalea activities and projects long ; of the consumption in Flor United States.In .
sale; Mrs. Hannah Rummage with other clubs in .the district ida." addition to touring the Howard Taylor
:; sale; Frances Wadsworth, Chicken outside the Wins r Ballroom in Labs the students will attend

f Pileau; .Mrs ,James Dawson, I the Mezzanine of the hotel. The Scholarships Are lecture demonstrations held by Guest Speaker at
t'' car washes and odd Job projects exhibit was entitled: "The Bell Labs personnel.

t'',. .Senior It was Sponsors.alsosuggested that Wheel nell." of Rotary Turns in Bun- Offered To SeniorsThe Lions Club Meet

FRIENDLY CIRCLE
Seniors visit 'local clubs and Annual Nursing and County Agent Howard Taylorwas
.i civic organizations to presentthe Beach School (Teaching Scholarship examinations SPONSORS BUFFET i guest speaker at the Bun
details of the trip ot mem- under the sponsorship of SUPPER TUESDAYThe II nell Lions Club Monday noon.

i bers. It was felt that some clubs Honor Roll the State of Florida, were heldon Friendly Circle of the
t and organizations may want tot Tuesday of this week at First Methodist Church of Bun- I Extension

undertake, as projects activities Third grade: Sandy. Abbott'Bunnell High School. Students nell is sponsoring a buffet ,supper .
which would serve to boost the Pat Duncan Linda Smith, "Paul taking these examinations were: on Tuesday, :March 20, at i college.
drive. The veterans of Yovanoff.. I JMona Hornsby, Peggy Hoskins, I the church. I He told of the 4-H Club program
Foreign Wars Auxiliary has already Fourth grade: ,Norman Bos- 'and Patty Niesen, Nursing; Mary I Serving (will be from 5:30 to the many services that
to.ftnandal. sponsored, one project 'well Catherine Duncan Donna Susan Brannam and- Grace Stef- 7:30 in' the old church building. are available through his office
which netted approximately Filkins: Janet Haines, Deborah ilk,. Teaching. and the division. He also shOWed
$125.00 for the'senior class trip Lucas Kris Martel Howard Mc- About one-half million dollars I slides of the 4H Club Cherry
HOME SWEET HOME ORIGIN
i: NUt, Ann Meekins, Debra Mis- each year is given by the stateto Lake Camp.
k. MARCH 24 'IS DATE I slime, Barbara Wilson Patricia encourage students to preparefor The inspiration for John How Fred Fruits was named as

FOR OYSTER ROAST ,League. careers in the field of teach- ard Payne's song "Home Sweet chairman of the nominating
| Fifth grade: Susie Duncan ing and nursing. Awards range Home" was a shingled cottageat committee. Others serving with
OF METHODIST MENThe I I David Johnson Jimmy :McNab, from three to five hundreds dollars East Hampton Long Island, him are George Wickline Wlllard '

oyster roast which is i!George Rob le, Kurt Yovanoff.I each year for students who where he spent his boyhood.His Tucker, J. R. Shelton, Wal
sponsored by the :Methodist.Men jt jtti' j I Sixth grade: Jo Anne Wilson(desire to become certified teachers beloved song was part of I I ter Morris, Jack Clegg, and
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of Flagler Beach, has been postponed j I(Patricia Robbie, Thomas. Duncan t or listened practical or an opera "Clari, 'or the Maidof I I Leonard Moody. They all are
{ until Saturday March 24. Wesley Thomas. I professional nurses. Milan." I!past presidents of the club.

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Cite Building D rigerArmy' tropical storms, 82 of which have f .
. been classified as hurricanes.J II
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More than 3,500 lives have been

Engineers lost in the state, mainly from I

: Near Ocean Shore drownings, as a result of these t j

storms. ,
j .?SY iii: ,,y !
The U.S. Army Engineers reporting Past-damages to coastal areas, I _
on feasibility of provid-
primarily from tidal flooding,
ing coastal from tides
safety '
I exceed one-half billion dollars.
warns against building too near I _
About 450 miles of the develop-
the waters and to be certain LVa
edge ,
able coastline is on land between _ :L y
i the building is flood
aboye
5 and 10 feet elevationand
tide stage.
is subject to damage and
'1 "The reporting officers find destruction ,from severe hurri- I
that since 1830, Florida has ex-
t cane tides and wave action.
perienced a total of 190 known J

The rapid.increase ir, the population -

o$ Florida in the last
Letter To Editor several decades, coupled with I

the trend toward urbanization I i
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Gainesville, Florida of low coastal beaches, islands,j
'. March 9, 1962. and marsh areas to provide Ii } GET IN ON SHELTON'S GIANT TOP

Mrs. M. B. Fuller, Editor, waterfront development, .has I VALUE GIVEAWAY. REGISTER
The Flagler Tribune, i EVERY
Bunnell 11 seriously increased the hurricane TIME YOU COME IN "
Florida. disaster potential. 100,000 T.V. STAMPS IN ALL WILL
Dear Eula,
1 I I BE GIVEN AWAY.
I'm a confirmed member of Studies of the practicability
the TGIF Club ("Thank Gosh i I and feasibility of providing hur-
It's Friday") but NOT because
. it's the end of a work-week. I ricane protection along the Flor- Large Plumb Grade "A" _
it look forward to Friday because ida coasts and keys were madeat
that's when I find The Tribunein more than 250 urban areas.
my mailbox! However, the reporting officers BakingHens1b39, *
The current barrage of letters
concerning Flagler County'sgrowth find that, except for a few areas
has been most reward still under study, providing hur-
ing. Your editorial certainly ricane 'protection in the form of

rallied the homefolks behind beaches, seawalls, levees, break-
their communities, so it could Grade "A" Choice Cuts
conceivably be the most impor- waters, gated structures, and the
tant article The Tribune has' like to coastal communities, is

ever published.Any generally infeasible and, in Chuck Roast 49*
time one's civic pride is many areas imupracticable.
pricked, the only effective anti- I
dote is PROGRESS, so watch They (Army Engineers) there-
out!
Every time I "go back home"I fore conclude that Federal participation First Cut Lean Just Rite for Soup
am amazed at the changesand in the construction of
improvements in Bunnell.If protective measures is not warranted PORK CHOPS. 'r ", 49c OX TAILS 3 Ibs. 89c

the march. of progress is and they recommend that ..... l' I
slowing down, I believe you for hurricane I Lean.Tender .. ", .' "
no improvements : Individual Servings,
.K .
have helped to pick up the ; : .. .' .
tempo. Keep it up! protection be undertaken by the I PORK STEAK . .' .. lb. 49c JIFFY STEAKSYT..I YT "? each lOcCopeland'
.
I'm order United States this time in
enclosing a money at the .. i -- ;:' .i"t .'
for my subscription, as future coastal areas of peninsula FlorIda ::.
issues of The Tribune are bound Pure Pork' Economy .' '
be found \
except as may
to report a continued resurgence
toward an even greater Flagler feasible in other studies under- BAG SAUSAGE lb. 45c FRANKS 3 lbs. $1.00

County.Sincerely way ar planned for areas in the .
vicinity of Fort Lauderdale, Mi- Sunlite 303 F
JIM CAMP can .
Director of, Continuity\ ami, Tampa, Charlotte Harbor,

WRUF, 'WRUFFM.WWUWVWVVVWWVVWWU1. and Naples.The .

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< O. F. ALFORD however, that! unless some measures EACH /

5j Registered I are adopted by local interests .

future hurricanes cross- Limit, 5 Please .
Real Estate Broker ing Florida will exact a stagger- FANCY FRESH PRODUCE. .
toll and destruction Sh'f Ine. f R
5 Bunnell Florida, ing damage -
to coastal communities. tall Golden RipeBANANAS
EV'AP MILK 8
They therefore urge local, coun- can for99c 10'Ib.

ty and state officials to give .
PAL PARKER'S. INC. I .
serious consideration to the following '
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Automotive Specialty Center Jim Dandy 5 Ib. bag Sunkist t
measures and their adop-
DRAKES RELINED $154)5 QUICK GRITS 29c LEMONS 6 for 25c
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PARTS AND LABOR tion, as appropriate, to preventor .
FonDcnEVROLETPLYMONTDO'1'IIEn reduce future hurricane damage , Hydroponic 4'

540 Mason Ave.91OA5 and loss of life: Swell Delicious : TOMATOES. 1 I' Ib 35c
Daytona : ..
FROSTING MIXES can 29c ,
(a) Adequte hurricane warn

ing and emergency evacuation MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE"
RCA VICTOR

LIVING COLOR TV plans. :.= .
I (b) Revision to or enactmentof 1 Ibacan
"LOOK FOR TilE PICTURE: t
IN THE WINDOW" stricter building codes, insur < 37Limit
Southern Radio & Television ing that future development be ,
226 E. Granada-Ph. OR 7-2001 more resistant to hurricanes
ORMOND
forces. I one with $7.00 food order or more

. ORMOND:-PRESCRIPTION I I .(c) Raising minimum fill elevations I,

PHARMACYSick or requiring buildings to Giant Size
Room SuppUes-Sundrles be constructed above the eleva-

, HOSPITAL SUPPLIES tion of hurricane tides in areas
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24-Hour Prescription; Service directly opposed to tide\ and

Free' Delivery in Flagler BeachRt. wave forces. FAB'outhern
AlA 1 mi. North of '
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR 7-1661 FREE PAINTOne MIX OR MATCH 4 for !


THE OUTBOARDERAuthorized extra, gallon of your choice Peach Food King
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Evlnrude Dealer with each gallon you buy
2% can 2J/2 canPEACHES
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ea59
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Mary Carter Paint StoreAlao APRICOTSShurfine
Dockage Storage Free Ramp
WE FINANCE Weitcate ..op... Oater 303 can Bluebird 46 oz.

825 Ballough Rd-Daytona I I I FRUIT COCKTAIL Pineapple Grapefruit

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Mar. 15-16-17 1962
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(.; WSCS. MEETING DAUGHTER BORN IN FRANCE '
The Woman's Society of Christian
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines
I, Service met last Thursday
.. at the Woman's Club building.Mrs. have received the'announcement -
of a new baby daughter,
Isla Kester was hostess. Flagler Food Store
bron to Sgt. 1st Class and Mrs.R. .
Forty members and guests were :
present.Mrs. E. Anderson in Metz, France,

Bernie Wilson presided, on February 28th. She was '
named Linda Loraine. Flagler Beach
4\ ,Mrs: Harry Treadwell gave the I
devotional and a,solo was sung Mrs. Anderson will be remem- .
by Mrs. Clarence Shultz. Miss bered as the former Katherine PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. MAR. 15-16-17, 1952 .

Emily Gage read the minutes, Haines of Flagler Beach.. She -- -
i Mrs. Fred Marks gave the treas. and the family are residing in
, urer's report and! they were ap France while Sgt. Anderson is 'I QUALITY MEATSCopeland's
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i proved. stationed there with the medical -. .
Committee reports includedone branch of the U.S. Army. S oJ" -
Copeland's Mild Hot
on the Sunday school by or
Mrs. Leonard Johnston, a report COMMUNITY MEMORIAL SMOKED PORKSAUSAGE
I on. the Smorgasbord by Mrs. CHURCH NEWS
Inez Crenshaw, and a report on PICNICS 39< 39
South American Missions by Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced lb. lb. .
Mrs. Dorothy Homans. that the topic of his '
:Mrs. 'Joan Arnold led a cere sermon next Sunday morning 'Spuare Cut Lamb Palm River
mony accepting several new would be "A Great Treasure To'I
SHOULDERROAST SLICEDBACON
Be Guarded." The Sunday school
members. :Mrs. Margaret Reynolds -
was introduced and she begins at 10 A.M. and is followed *

gave a very interesting and en- by morning worship serve lb. 39 lb. 49Shoulder
lightening talk on, "Peru." Mrs. iceat 11, A.M.. each Sunday morn-
Reynolds lived in Peru for some ing.
time and she also had an interesting Tender Baby
display of articles that Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Traver LAMB BEEF
she brought back from there. from Chesire, Conn., stoppedover
Included in the two days to visit with Mr. *
display were
rugs, beautiful paintings, wooden and Mrs. Frank Brede on their CHOPS .lb. 59 LIVER lb. 49
bowls, and many Indian- way to Fort Lauderdale for a
made articles. month's vacation.Mr. .

--- and Mrs. A. O.: Brantley 60z.J FOLGERS

1'4beted 4L: have returned to their home INSTANTCOFFEE BAKE-RITE
hereinafter visiting several days
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES last week in Moultrie, Georgia.Mr. .
LONDON SHORTENING

and Mrs. Gary Gresham,
!and family were weekend visi- lb.
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CHRISTIANSCIENCE and Mrs. Joseph Preston. They Jar. can
recently'moved to Palatka, from
here. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order.. Limit one with $5.00 or more food order


MONITOR Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vogel have 212 can 46- oz. can C
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been entertaining as houseguestsMr.
OSAGE HAWAIIAN ,PUNCH & cans $400 :
i AN INTERNATIONAL and Mrs. Paul Platz and 3
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ORANGE ,
son James from Morton Grove, : 'I
111., who spent last week here PEACHES
and also Mr. and Mrs. Charles No. 303 can Lykes t
InterestingAccurate Siefert from Villa 'Park Ill. who
spent the weekend. 4 cfor: $100 CHILI & BEANS S .foS $10: j jSiarkist i

Rub lemon juice over fingers
' Complete before preparing fish to avoid Grade "Au No. 300 Showboat

any odor clinging to,the hands. TUNA FRESH FLORIDA PORK .&
,"1 International News Coverage .
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The Christian Science Monitor 2ge. BEANS 10e'
One Norway St., Boston 15,Mass. Community can r a ai can

Send your newspaper for the time Memorial ChurchInterdenomlna'Uona' 303 can Argo U U 0 No. 300 Bush
checked. Enclosed find my check or BLACK EYE
money order. 0 I year S22. CREAM STYLE
D.6 months,$11 D 3 months $5.50 AIR CONDITIONED d $ 00
Daytona Ave. I CORN 2 for 2Se 3 ;, PEAS can ,IOer

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Name FLAGLER BEACH -

,. Address Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Royal Pink 303 can

t I Church Service llOO..A.M. .. : tall SUN LITE
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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONDISTRICT FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE

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Red DeliciousAPPLES
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A. H. CRAIG, Funeral Director : .
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BOOK NOOK The Fire insurnoce policies we write still give the I
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Victoria and Albert depictsthe same dependable protection but today you can enjoy
additional benefits through coverage,, in a "Homeowners -
i story of a great queen of I
I. husband.i i Policy" at very little cost.
1 England and her
of Remember H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
. LOCALS. Victoria reigned for a period I
I 63 years. She is said to be a take advantage of these extra coverages. Telephone ,
6 ID 7-3361 in for full details.
or stop soon '
It' stubborn, set-in-her-ways woman -
I but she got her duties H. T. COOK AGENCY
i. PINETTE CLUB ATTENDS UDC done. Albert, Prince of Saxe- Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida
)- ELECTS OFFICERS I LUNCHEONThose II Coburg married Victoria when I

t. The .Pinette Club met for a1i from Bunnell attendingthe she was only 19 years of age. -
.1i i / dinner meeting last week with District UDC luncheon at the They reared 5 girls and.4 boys,
'J Betty Hawkins at her home in Ponce DeLeon Hotel in St. Au- one of whom became Queen of
THANKS TO THE
I CITIZENSOF
.j''" San Mateo. gustine Wednesday were Mrs.R. .Prussia. This book truly describes -

f .-': During the business meeting W. Deen, Jr., Mrs. H. T. Cook, Victoria and Albert as BUNNELL
! :: Betty White was elected president Mrs. Tommy Durrance Mrs. if they were alive today. \
of the club. Vice president Walter Knight, and Mrs. Z. G. t The Bunnell High School '
I wish to thank all of the Citizens of Bunnellfor
! elected is Pat Cowart, and sec- Holland. :Mrs. Holland is the Library has just received some
I
.": retary is Margart Ann Shelton; district UDC director. new arrivals of interesting books: the vote of confidence you placed in me in. :.

", _- treasure, Ann Hunter; reporter, Mr.: Citizen (Harry S. Truman), I. electing me City Commissioner.
.. your
'; .;. Elissa Tilton. .Mrs. Martha Mercer has returned -i.Secret Missions of the Civil War, I f .f-
i.'.J ; The next meeting of the club to her home after re- !Otto Graham-T-Quarterback. The j .
i';. will be at the home of Margie ceiving medical treatment at the Frogmen, Station Wagon in ; Walton Johnston ;

: .. Kinney.. local 'hospital.John I Spain, Nancy goes to college. I II'
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:I sr Tommy Salyerds is returning Jarosz has been admittedas Library Assistant I

/p;;' home this week after receiving a. patient in the local -hose .
.. j '. J' treatment at the Veterans Hospital pital for medical treatment. He
l.,. in Augusta, Ga. suffered & stroke: last November Sales and Gasoline I
r To. The
Citizens Of Bunnell
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i :Mrs. Alton Harris and daughters the Teaching Hospital jn Gaines- Tax CollectionsI

. are ,moving this week from ville, and patient in
-' was a
l I wish' to take this to thank the Citizen!
I I Sales tax collections for the means
i <- Athens. Ga., to Milton, Florida. nursing homes some time. He I
'. They are former 'residents of had been at his,home here several -f month of January, based on December of Bunnell for your vote of confidence in the City-
Bunnell. :Mr. Harris is with the I sales, amounted to $18- ,
t days.
..'. Soil Conservation Service. 1578,800.70, State Comptroller Ray election, March 6th. .
Green's office said today. I'I'tEo.
Mrs. Walter Knight and Mrs.
I'(,: : Mrs. Tony Kahlert returned to Tommy Durrance were visitingin I In Flagler county for the same Shelton B. Barber
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period figures: tax
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f it : her home recently from the Daytona Beach Monday. .
local hospital where she received collections $8,482.97; December, \

(.*. : medical treatment and surgery. :Mrs. Don Alford and little son 1961, 7,379.42; and January 1962, ..

are visiting here with her par- $9,648.78. -- --.---- -
.I Miss Celia Joyce Emery of ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F., Wray. Gasoline sales tax collectionsfor
Bunnell was,named to the Dean's January 1961' $20,703.48; December .
list the first semester at Stetson -I I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wadsworth I 1961, $20,124.65and for
University in DeLand. Miss I were in Miami during the weekend 1 January, 1962, $20,006.49.The .
Emery is in her senior year at i for the State Democratic distribution of the gasoline To The Residents Of
f-V Stetson and is the daughter of ,Fund raising dinner at which gallonage tax collected in
:Mr. and Mrs. Harold Emery of t time President Kennedy spoke. Flagler county was: two cents
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returned to counties, $15,367.08;
L Espanola. The Wadsworth accompaniedMr.
f Celia Joyce has also been I and Mrs. H. E. Wolfe of remaining 20% to county boards,
.. named to the Honor Roll for St. Augustine.. $1,490.62; 7th cent and highway Flagler County
high grade average for the.first 80% to road department, $5,962-

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f semester._ CARD, ,OF THANKS : :: ,' a-
I ,.. I would like ''to. express my Total sales tax collections' this ;
Hugh Cameron returned tot thanks and appreciation, for the fiscal year, July through Janu-
t the Deen home from a few days I flowers, cards and gifts sent to ary, amount to $101,072,073.26, BEFORE BEING CALLED UPON TO CHOOSE "
spent in the local hospital for i I me while I was patient in the an increase of $3,824,690.87 or YOUR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE

medical treatment. He and Mrs. hospital. Your thoughtfulnesshas 3.93 per cent over the same date FORTHCOMING ELECTION, FEEL. THAT YOU
Cameron are visiting with the meant much to me; last year.
Gasoline tax collections during ARE ENTITLED TO A FIRST-HAND EXPLANATION -
William Deen family. Mrs. Martha Mercer.
!' the month of January basedon OF ONE OF THE MAIN ISSUES INVOLVED.
December sales amounted to

$11,141,299.83, an increase of 1.4
THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE CLOSE CONNECTIONS
per cent over the same month
t THANKS TO VOTERSPlease last year. WITH THIS OFFICE KNOW THAT

Green said "I am very much CONSIDERABLE PROGRESS WAS MADE DUR- I

encouraged over the' January ,ING THE PAST YEAR TOWARD REORGANIZATION. -
accept my thanks to those who voted sales tax report. It must be .
BUT A GOOD DEAL REMAINS TO BE
pointed out that it will still be
DONE AND SHOULD BE DONE 'WITHOUT
and supported me in the City Election on March 5. necessary to have an increase of I
more than 8 per cent for the UNDUE DELAY.
I
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next five months over the same _
Martin B. McDaniel
I \ J months last year in order to
OWING TO THE LIMITED MANPOWER .
meet the estimate of revenue
I from sales tax for the fiscal year, AVAILABLE,. THE PROCESS OF REORGANIZING 1
ending June 30. IS NECESSARILY A SLOW ONE. I DOUBT THAT !
.
"I do not expect this much increase IT CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED FULLY BEFORE

and feel that we will not LATE NEXT YEAR EVEN WITHOUT A MAJOR
For Tax CollectorI collect the $180,400,000 estimated'for INTERRUPTION.
the first year of the biennium -

wish ,to--a nounce that 1 have qualified as a .. "The encouraging thingis f

Candidate' for election as Tax Collector of Flagler increase that the is apparently trend of continuing beginningto TO PUT A NEW MAN IN OFFICE NOW

WOULD INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS BY A
County, subject to the Democratic: Primary, May 8. take shape .It will take sev-
j eral more months to definitely YEAR OR TWO, AND BY THAT TIME IT MAY i

t tII determine if the upward patternis HAVE BECOME A COSTLY AFFAIR. HOWEVER, f
I Dale B. Brown, Jr. sustained." WITHOUT THIS REORGANIZATION THE RESIDENTS I
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OF THE COUNTY CANNOT HOPE TO
:., (Paid -Political Adv.) STILL SUPERSTITIOUSA i'
medieval superstition that GET THE SERVICE FROM THE OFFICE. THAT

the devil lurks in, 90-degree corners THEY HAVE A RIGHT TO EXPECT.

lingers in the tiny French
alpine village of Saint Veran.
Almost nowhere in the modest OFFICE, DUTIES PERMITTING, ..I'SHALL
Vv: ": ,- Announcing log and stone houses of the MAKE IT A POINT TO CALL ON AS MANY OF 1 I

E : community can one find a true YOU AS I POSSIBLY CAN TO ANSWER ANY
: right angle.
: QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. MEANWHILE
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AT THE OFFICE OR BY PHONE AT YOUR CON-
: p .: AS MEMBER OF MECHANICON VENIENCE.


BOrn'OP'PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, DUTY


DISTRICT 1 I Give Us A TryREASONABLE J .- E. A. SMYTHE S :_ _\ "

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.K. Morris 127 Timmy Spicer. Very good catcher I shortstop and the infield is \ .(':

I'i I''I Burnsed 74 in Cliff Dozier. Tony Parker,j finished out with Paul ;Barrow \>
I'L Moody 46 first baseman who has comea at third base. \I

long way since first practice. Their outfielders are Russell .7
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> SPRING TRAINING NEWS John' Geller, at second, looks Weatherington, Gerry Barber, ,
I like Nellie Fox. John Cody at (Continued on page'7)
II I Well, the third 'week of practice "

I I has gone along fine. One
of the teams, the Tigers, have

By Leslie Pocho I I some good looking pitching I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR I

t' BUNNELL GIRLS HAVEf varsity in practice and Miss strength* with Billy Harris pitching

RECORD YEAR 'I Bradley has some good players and Hutch King catching. ------ -
r .I to pick from. ,Their infield with Mike Dur- CONDITIONING-HEATING :I I ELECTRIC SERVICE
j( Coach Sarita Bradley's Bun- fg ft ftm fta pts avg rance on third, Glen cane on I
nell girls closed out their season FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE j jI
Townsend 112 46 21 41 244 14.6 short, Buddy Irvin en first. :Mike "
with 15 victories and CO. I BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY ;I II
straight a Weaver 84 49 18 35 186 12.0 Barber on second. Their outfieldis I
St. John Conference Champion- i I Of Daytona, Inc. RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL ,
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Westbrook 56 80 39 48 151 13.7 a little weak with James ii
L__ ship. 16 and lost AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING COMMERCIAL & MAINTENANCECALL
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They won King 52 71 29 40 139 13.9 Brannam, Kirk Robertson and I I .
:,'. and over a two year period a'',Tucker 53 48 19 43 125 8.3Eisenbach Chip Johnson. But the fly hawks GENERAL SHEET METAL 1 I HUBERT PELLICER ;
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,f ,. Thursday,. March 15, .1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVENContinued

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White had 8 points each. Pinner RINKYDINKS' NIPPER STARS HENRY WELLS BREAKS 'I NOTICE. ./ I

led'both teams in scoring with I I PINNER SCORING RECORD .Board Notice of is County hereby given Commissionerswill that the

$. t 15 points. Both teams were tied Eugene Nipper, Rinkydinks'manager receive sealed bids on the 2nd
hit for 5 points in the Henry Wells, forward of the Collegians day of April. A. D. 1962 at the
I jin the half 1919. The Zazas hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in the
I last to break the tie for broke T. Pinner's individual
quarter office of the Clerk of the Circuit
scored 6 in the third
points quar-1 J
t Court in the Flagler County Court
( from page '6) ter while the All Stars were !I last place. Henry Wells who scoring record for one house for the following:

scored 17 points in the first quar= game of 19 points. Henry had L. P. Gas for the Courthouse
scoreless. The All Stars made a ,
Gene Stockade and Jail for a period of
Pellicer, Utility infielder ter the Collegians in the 9 baskets and 2 foul shots good
bid in the last kept one (1) year from the date of acceptance -
strong i
Benjamin Cauley, and Tommy quarter I II until the last The for 20 and record of bid.
J but could not overcome' the six game quarter. points a new The Board reserves the right to
Bratcher. The Tigers also havea I I Collegians had a 19-16 lead but for one game.Telephone reject any and all bids.
utility outfielder George Me- point lead. The Zazas won 3834. {i Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
I the Rinkydinks outscored themin 15th day of March A. D. 1962.

Craney and Dewayne Pellicer. Zazas G F P the last quarter 12 to 4 to go JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman

r The Bunnell City League will r S. Bertha 5 3-4 13 I on to win 2823. makers use tons of ATTEST E. A. :SMYTHE. Clerk Boardof

\- open their season March 29th coal each year. It is ground County Commissioners of r
1 T. Bertha 1 2.3 4 Rinkydinks G F P Flagler County Florida.

'/ at4PM.: ''H. Higginbotham 0 0-0 0 .Kelly 3 0-1 6 sifted, washed and roasted to March-15-22-2tc

fJ. White 40-0 8 j Wall 10-22 form carbon granules necessaryfor NOTICE ,

ZAZAS WIN CROWN i JB. Taylor 40-18 !Nipper 3 3-7 9 the operation of transmitters. Board Notice of is County hereby given Commissionerswill that the

j I J. Meadors >1 3-5 5'::Rodgers 0 0.0 0 receive sealed bids on the 2nd
Zazas. defeated Cliff Sheffield'sAll day of April. A. D. 196%, at the
Ross 3' 1-4 7 hour of 9:00 o'clock A. M. in the
Stars to win the Bunnell 15' 8.13 38j i Kendall '2 0.0 4 TV SERVICEALL office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court-
a senior basketball championship Court in the Flagler County
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All Stars G F house for the following:
4' for 1962. The league was sponsored I MAKES Gasoline and other motor fuels
T. Pinner 7 1.1 15 12 4-14 28 of
oils and greases for a period
by the Bunnell Recreation C. Harris 2 1.3 5 I Collegians G F P Agent For I,! one (1) year from the. date of acceptance ,
of bid.
Department.
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D. Metts 3 0.1 61 I Littlefield 10-2 2 I The Board reserves the right to
& PHILCO reject any and all bids.
i' The Zazas are playing their lB. Cummins 2 1.3 51 Huff 0 '1-1 1 RCA Dated at Bunnell. }Florida this

nal game this week and can I. Sheffield. 0 2.3 2 Hilsenbeck 0 0.0 0 ANTENNAS SOLD 15th day of March A. D. Chairman 1962.
( TUBES & JOHN A. CLEGG
make it nine straight games by 'C. 'Sheffield 0131J. Wells 9 2-5 20 INSTALLED ATTEST:
AND
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Board
t defeating the Rinkydinks. Sam Hutchenson, 0 0-0 0 Chambers 0 0-0 0 County Commissioners of

my Bertha had 13 points for the I I '.:, TUBES TESTED FREE March Flagler 15.22-2tc County. Florida
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night Buddy Taylor and Joe 14 6-14 34 I 10 3-10 23
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
t .. TV BobFLAGLER NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that the
t tr undersigned, under the provisionsof
r Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida,
Acts of 1941. will register with
tt t T..;Itn.....PAT.0"'..ORTHO. ON ALL CHEMICAL RUB oiniervextt AND CAfftio mrot u*!. BEACH the clerk of the Circuit Court in
PHONE HE 9.2204 and For Flagler County Florida
\ upon receipt of proof of publica-
I tion of this notice the following
J NOTICE fictitious name to-wit:
Novelties under which we
that the Marine
Notice is hereby given
\ Commissionersof are engaged in business at Marine-
- i < Board of County land. Florida. That the parties interested -
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to
County is planning
: Flagler
f -
construct a new dwelling for the in said buslnes enterpriseare
at the County as follows:
Road Superintendent
.. Stockade.The MARINE STUDIOS INC.W .
Board is interested in receiving D. BURDEN
written applications from Dated at Bunnell. Flagler County -
interested parties capable of supervising Florida 15th February 1962.
; the construction and of Feb. 22 & March 1.8.15-4tc
performing on-the-job work. Applications
be received by IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
I 2nd day ofuAp A. D. 1962 not FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA
i later than the hour of 9:00 o'clock IN CHANCERY NO. 4430
-, A. M. in the office of the Clerk of LILLIAN C. BARRY
the Circuit Court in the Flagler Plaintiffvs.
J County Courthouse. .
Please state rates of pay expect- PETER THEODORE.Defendant
. led for supervision and on-the-job
I .. NOTICE oro DEFEND
I Plans for the building can be THE STATE OF FLORIDA;T0:
) inspected at the Clerk's office. PETER THEODORE BARRY
Flagler County Courthouse during 222 East 8th Street
regular office hours. Brooklyn, New York
R' The Board reserves the right to You are hereby notified that a
%- 2 reject any and all applications.Dated suit has been filed against you In
; at Bunnell. Florida this the above entitled cause; and you
15th day of March A. D. 1962. I are hereby required to file your an-
JOHN A. CLEGG Chairman swer with the Clerk of this Court
O't ATTEST: and to serve a copy thereof upon
J E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Boardof the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
w#, County Commissioners whose name and' address Is: :.
-at Flagler. County, Florida. . - Ray Selden
March 15-22-2tc Selden Building ;
'.: Daytona Beach Floridanot
\ IN CIRCUIT COURT OF I later than April 6, A. D. 1962.
FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA. If you fail to do so, decree pro
IN' CHANCERY NO. 4426 confesso will be entered againstyou
LAVONNE E. for the relief demanded in the
WILSONPlaintiff I bill of complaint. The nature of
vs said suit being for divorce.
ItI i :1 KENNETH E. WILSON WITNESS my hand and seal of
: Defendant said Court this 5th day of :March
: : NOTICE TO DEFEND A. D. 1962.Official .
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO: I ( Seal) said A. SMYTHE
KENNETH E. WILSON Clerk of Circuit Court
; c/o Walter Wilson By Julia L. Harvey
Rear of George Street I I Deputy Clerk.
s. R J'I Taneytown. Maryland ,March 8.15-22.29--4tc
9d You are hereby notified that a: 1
y. suit has been filed against you In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the above entitled cause and you FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
are hereby required to file your an- IN CHANCERY NO. 4420
\ n a X swer with the Clerk of this Court Norman. Morman
: .[ z- r and to serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiff.
4: the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, vs.
whose name and address is; i Henrietta pierson Morman, ,
ft W. L. WADSWOUTH Defendant.
P. O. Box 396 NOTICE TO DEFEND
Bunnell. Floridanot i THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
; later than March 29th A. D. : Henrietta Patterson Mormanco
1962. E. A. Patterson
; ; If fail do decree
n you to so. pro : Route 2. Box 32A
6 r 3 confesso', will be entered against : Rockingham. North CarolinaYou
you for the relief demanded in the notified that
hereby a
are
bill of complaint. The nature of i
suit has been filed against you in
said suit for divorce.
1 J.Y.2>.. WITNESS being my hand and seal of !I the above entitled cause; and you
,. said Court this 23rd day of February I are hereby required to file your an-
1M' swer with the Clerk of this Court
A. D. 1962. I: and to serve a copy thereof upon
OfficialSeal
( ) the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
r E. A. SMYTHE i
whose and address Is
name :
Clerk of said Circuit Court
I' Ray Selden
By Julia R. Harvey Selden Building
Clerk !
Deputy Daytona Beach. Floridanot I
March 1815.224tc
later than March %2. 1962.
If fail to do decree
you so pro
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE
k confesso will be entered againstyou
SEVENTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
for the relief demanded in the
IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
bill of complaint. The nature of
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
NO. ......32DE'V ,said suit being for divorce.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
Y

kill 'em wherever they're hiding ELIZABETH. SASSER JUNE SASSER.Plaintiff. I said ary.(Official Court A. Seal D. this 1962.) E.15th A. day SMYTHE of Febru-

Defendant. : Clerk of said Circuit Court
NOTICEIN By Julia R Harvey
THE NAME OF THE STATE OF Deputy Clerk
Feb. 22 & March t.8.15-4tc
Under the curl of a leaf. In the crevice of a is absorbed so swiftly that workers can enter TO FLORIDA: Elizabeth: June Sasser..

stalk. Wherever insects hide, safe from other the fields a few hours after spraying. And the residence Whose address are unknown.and place of FLAOLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT FLORIDA OF

.-sprays. .Phosphamidon hunts them down. natural predators that feed on harmful potato YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CLAIRE IN CHANCERY NO. 4424
A.
Bill of has been
a Complaint HOLDENPlaintiff.
And kills them.Phosphamidon. insects can safely return too. filed against you in the Circuit .

,can do this because it So isn't it silly to spray money away, hit cuit Court of of Florida the Seventh, in and Judicial for Flagler Cir- EDWARD. A.Y8 HOLDEN.. JR.

t doesn't kill by contact alone (though its conor miss, with ordinary sprays, when with County SASSER. In The Chancery nature by of the DEWEY said TO DEFEND Defendant.NOTICE .

tact kill is spectacular). It is absorbed by the Phosphamidon, you just can't miss. suit is a Bill for Divorce. You are THE STATE OF FLORIDA, TO:
hereby required to file personallyor EDWARD A. HOLDEN JR.
foliage and penetrates the entire upper part oft by attorney with the Clerk of 109 Wood me re Street
said Court your written defenses Rarltan New Jersey
the plant system. Result: a "remote control"kill Helping the World Grow Better If any to said Complaint and to You are hereby notified that a
the hidden insects other serve same upon the undersigned suit has been filed against you in
t that
gets sprays attorney for Plaintiff on or before the above entitled cause; and you
miss. And the list of insects reads like an the 12th day of April A. D. 1962. are hereby required to Ale your answer -
to-wlt: with the Clerk of this Court.
encyclopedia of potato pests: colorado ( GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE and to serve a copy thereof upon
ORTHOPhosphamidon Attorneys at Law the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney,
potato beetle (even the resistant one), all 233 North Causeway whose name and address is:
New Smyrna Beach. Florida. Ray Selden
r varieties of aphids, flea beetles, corn borers, to THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is Selden Building

\ leaf about insect that hereby design ted as the newspaper Daytona: Beach. Floridanot
hoppers, just every in which this Notice shall be published later than March %9. A. D. 1962.
sucks or chews. What's more, most insects : :-- once a week for four (4) If you fall to do so. decree pro
consecutive weeks. confesso will be entered against
R that are resistant to other sprays find Phos- WITNESS my hand and official YOU for the relief demanded In the
seal at Bunnell. Flagler County. bill of complaint. The nature of
phamidon irresistible. Florida. this 9th day of March. said suit being for divorce.
A. D. 1982. WITNESS my hand and seal of
I .BAs if this weren't enough; Phosphamidon. 0" EMIL A. ffMYTHE said Court this 21st day of February ,

1...>--/0. Clerk of Circuit Court A D. 1962. ,
CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY ORTHO DIYISION>.O.Box 7067 Orlando. Florida By Deputy Julia Clerk.TL Harvey (Official E.Seal A.)SMYTHE

R'I GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE Clerk of said Circuit Court
By W. M. GUIespie
'- :-; By Julia R. lIarvey.
Attorney for Plaintiff. Clerkit
March 15-22-29 & 5 1.8-15-224gCPUt7
April -Itc March

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"-, : Report Gasoline .1!I'q L ;- .the only kind recommended for rietles do not produce mature-I II cial. fertilizer about once a \'

I Florida. These types produce fruit.Where month during the rainy season.
only female flowers, but do not During, the rest of the
Sales Over State I (By Hervey Sharpe) I nematodes are a prob-I I year ap- |\
require pollination for fruit to lem plant the'figs next ply plant food when it is

4,,*' Gasoline .sales in Florida last J, The figwhichwas first}] develop. building so that the roots can needed.

: year were 2.2 per cent greater!grown in the Garden of Eden=I Capriflgs are inedible and penetrate the soil under the I Cultivation of figs depends on J

than in 1960 and more than I is now prized for its fruit rather produce only male flowers that structure where nematodes are the soil. In most soils the plant I
double the volume'sold ten years "than its foliage. So consider I are used to produce pollen. The fewer. Heavy organic mulches I Ir roots stay near the surface; ,

iU- ago,. the Florida State Chamberof '.this Biblical plant for your gar- ,Smyrna types bear only female I(r also lessen nematode damage. I I therefore, shallow cultivation\

Commerc reports. den. It will furnish 'you with flowers and require pollen from Authorities do not agree on a all the plant will stand. 1

f* ) "Sales of gasoline in the state November.tasty fruit from June through I the caprifig to develop fruit. fertilizer program for figs. But I For additional reading, check j
r' last came to 1,789 million : San Pedro types bear two while they are experimenting to the Bible. The fig is mentioned '
''c gallons.year Not included in this Fresh, ripe figs, served with I crops of figs and produce only discover the proper program, try ,14 times-first in Genesis 3:7 k|

figure are military on-base pur- cream, are delicacy-even to]female flowers. Figs on the first a small application of commer "I I and last in Revelations 6:13. I t
the most critical taste buds. The j i crop, borne on the leafless wood, ,\
chases, farm and other state tax '
: exempt volumes amounting to !fruit chilled, sprinkled with do not require pollination. Figsof / -
:chopped nuts and topped with I the main crop, produced on \
some 120 million gallons. :!1Z.Wrecker
:' !whipped, cream, is delicious. the new wood, will not produce 24 Hour '
"Last year's gain over 1960
I i Figs may be canned, made into'(mature fruit without pollination.Fig Service -
was the lowest in recent years. I
; jam, spiced, ,dried and processedinto J varities approved for Florida
reached in -
Since the high was
I I a spread. Fig and nut confection I include Celeste 'and Brown
Truck & Tractor Co
.1955, with a 12 per cent increase is toothsome are I II Flagler !
Turkey.
you I]
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over 1954, gains have been i I I
not a weight watcher. Celeste is also known Blue MASSEY-FERGUSON \
i j i as !
smaller. The 1956 total was 11 I
.: per cent over 1955; 1957 was up I Figs are one of nature's botanical (:Celeste Little Brown and .Sugar. i I Grove Farm Industrial_ Equipment .
oddities. The plant, J)!This is actually the European
r:. 9 per cent; 1958 up 5 per cent; 1 1rt I produces Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 .
bashful flowers Malta. The fruit is
: that are l I variety,
1959 up 7 per cent and 1960 J Night ID 7-3529 ,
, hidden inside the hollow fruit. :small, the skin purplish bronze \ I
r: gained 4 per. cent"Sales At the of the fruit there :to brown. I VIRGIL DECKER RALPH DECKER
: I I. apex light
f. totals within individual
Owner Parts&Shop :Manager
is an, opening called the eye. I Brown Turkey is also known I "
t counties have. been used in the .
This eye is an important factor as Everbearing, Harrison Ramsey
indicators of economic :
B. growth past as of counties or areas in choosing a fig for Florida, I Lee's Perpetual, Eastern I .J'.tIi.'N .."....-r''J''tIi'''''.'''. ...'''.''......''.'''''11A...............
according to Dr. A. H. Kresdornof Brown Turkey and Brunswic. '
, within the state. However, during FOR ALL OURS-DAY OR NIGHt
',.. the University of Florida Fruit The fruit ripens from. July until
t the past two or more years,
late fall and be called
Crops Department.Fruit [ may
new wholesaling patterns have
,' distorted county totals and they with a "sleepy eye" is ,Everbearing fig by some nurs AMBULANCE
best for home because PHONE VAlley 41625ST.
gardeners erymen.
can no longer be used as gauges
I the closed eye keeps out I If you decide to buy fig "trees" SERVICE
of business conditions. The ,state I AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA ,
a total consumption is still valid insects; therefore, hte fresh I this spring, you'll have better

ri and last year's smaller gain reflects fruit will contain less undesir- I!I luck with container grown Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
able protein material. plants. Also, be sure to buy one
r.' the state's calmer growth are always at your service with promptness, safety aDdexperl.etJ
said. The love life of the fig dates ('of the common types adapted
r' pace, the trade body i
f, back to the Gardeno f Eden. I I to Florida climate. Often gardeners ca

This adds up to' a perplexing :I I''[ by mistake, obtain figs Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
problem, especially. if you buy I of the ,.Smyrna or San Pedro

: CLASSIFIEDADS! the wrong fig. I types from C California. 'Since Garcia Funeral Home
Based on flowering and fruit neither caprifig nor the special
ing habits, figs are classified as fig wasp that is needed to transfer P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
f;:: .1 T common., cap lfig, Smyrna and I the pollen from the caprifigis LADY ASSISTANT

San Pedro. Common types are present in Florida, these vas .....-"J'f"'..J..."........,.,.."'.."..................".."'......."...."'....,.,..;;.;.-.."" "......"......"...,/'i
lAmtlngm under thl heading areS .
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75 eent Im minimum charge. ... : 0\-
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FOR SLAE-5 ft. counter $10.00; f ,
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,2 formica top tables like new < "

,\, $15.00 each; Roper gas stove .
$75.00; combination filing cabi- '
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net $25.00 Phone ID 7.3316,
Mil-Ton Motel. 3-15-ltp

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BANK REPOSSESSION 1961

Zig-Zag Sewing Machine, sews

,', I forward and reverse, make.button -

' .. holes, sews on buttons automatically v .t T :srYi:lr..l.:. : '. .
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, .". .': :monograms, assume 8 payments '," .-
\J) /' ,' ; of $7.75: per month to a responsible .,.x. "

-' person. .only. Write Credit : c ':;:;;}:;:,y .; ;,w rl fllirT)} },i.r.

, Manager, Box 225, Daytona "
'i Beach, Fla. 3-8-4tc I i
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HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom,

large living, dining area, carport ,
E..c ." l..: and utility room, CBS on \-
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':--; .-.- 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South \
L:;: Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf

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SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason

.. able rates.' George Jarosz, phone
ID 73410... 11.2'to 4-26-tp N/ ,

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bedroom -
house at north end of Palmetto "tarj

c Flagler Beach, on boat

canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional ..
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value, beautiful interior -

.'?, and exterior $90.00 per
; month for 'September 1 occu-

pancy. Contact present rentersor I Impala Sport Coupe-here's about everything you'd expect of an expensive car-except the expense.
Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona

w Beach, Florida. 7-20-TF the car that gives you more to be happy about ( ; e )

f1' "..' Ocean front housekeeping apartments -

h. V .",. 1 and 2 bedrooms compete More car for your money when you buy, more money for your car when you trade!
:, with linens and all utilities.

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, 4 That's our J Jet-smooth: Chevrolet with rich, comfortable interiors that make you feel

1\". ( Sun loafing.Sea Day Manor week, Flagler or month.Beach. \ kind of pampered.Body by Fisher craftsmanship that pleases,the perfectionist in you. .

HE 9.2082 7.6tf Vigorous V8's or a savings-savvy 6 you'll get a kick out of bossing. Space (and how!),
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-' FOB RENT furnished 2 bedroom grace and a ride so gentle you'll think all the bumps have gone into hiding. Comes

F\ one bath house, Daytona Ave.,
y y Flagler Beach. Completely ren- I trade-in time, you still sit pretty because you're handing over a Chevrolet
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;' .:: ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys --which.y r after year brings a higher resale return than .any other full-
':- can be picked up at Sullivan's I .
. Gulf Station. Nov 10-tf size car in its field More? Plenty-as .
-'". c in wzrr
; your.dealer happily tick off for you. JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET

: JOHNSTON'S '- *Based on uted car prices published in the National .
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i' FLAGLEB BEACH REALTY CO. ,Automobile Dealers Association USED CAR GUIDE .

.i.: ' LOTS HOMES, OCEAN FRONT, ; I See the new Chevrolet at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's
WATER FRONT FARMS II
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See us for your real estate need I HALLTUMLIN'HEVROLET
-' : Office Phone HE 9-2242 r COMPANY i

Residence Phones ID 7-3691
=p' or ID 7-3517 TELEPHONE ID 7-3131 BUNNELL '"

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