Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00637
 Material Information
Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: March 29, 1962
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079914
Volume ID: VID00637
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
alephbibnum - 001024369

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Group Discusses SPONSORED BY Flagler :

Football StadiumAt SENIORS PARENTSSenior CommissionersNegotiate ,

Class Parents are sponsoring I

a chicken pilau supperat '
Bunnell'School the Civic Center on April 2. Loan j

They will serve from 4 to 7 o'

' '.. At a second football fans meet clock P. M. Flagler Beach Town Commissioners -

! ; ing Tuesday night the group en- The Senior Class is sponsoring completed negotiations .1
dorsed movement for floatinga
a a dance at the Civic Center on for a $38,000 loan from the First !
bond issue to build new
a Friday, March 30, Susan Wads- .Atlantic National Bank of Daytona I
stadium at the Bunnell High
worth said today. Beach Wednesday after-
c I School. In discussions of the fin II
Proceeds from the affairs will noon for the construction a new :
it decided the only
ancing, was I
pierhouse. The loan is for $38-
be be used on the expenses for the
solution would
d ay.. practical bond issue. a; Class Trip to Washington and 000.00 at par value with 45/8
New York City. per cent interest for five years.
,i I c The estimated cost of a new
An ordinance to borrow the
stadium would be $35,000.00. In
for the new pierhousewas
! order to hold bond election
a E. W. Johnston :
I adopted by the Town Commission :1
25 cent of the freeholders
'f' ,.. per
at a meeting last Thurs ;
would have to petition the day. Town Clerk R. D. Peterson, .,
Board call electionon Receives 50-Year
to an
Mayor George Wickline and R.
the matter. R. Mosby, chairman of the commission 1

,. r. iA' city-owned The school football has been field using whichis a Membership PinE. were in Daytona Beach y
Wednesday afternoon to complete ii
Y in need of new bleachers, additional the transaction and receive
lighting and some other W. Johnston Sr., one of the the, money. :I i

repairs and additions. The pioneer residents of Bunnell was The commissioners pledged f I

/ group of football fans met on honored guest of the Palatka the revenue from the pier, rent !
: of last week and held Camp of the Woodmen of the I
; Tuesday
'"' ' Of'B'B'unnel'l I for the pier concessions, pro-
rett"y'"s Of' has bee"n' name'd the second meeting this Tuesday World Tuesday' night. The occasion ceeds from the utilities tax, and "
Pert and us' an- Deen, 17, night. was a covered dish sup
the 1962 Potato Blossom Queen by members of the North the Florida Power and Light Co. 1
Florida Potato Council. Susan poses here with samples of During the week members of per and family night of the franchise rebate, to pay the loan ,)
the famous Hastings new white potatoes which she will help the group; met with, city commissioners camp and Mr. Johnston was pre off in five years. I''
promote during the current season. The Bunnell beauty was of Bunnell and Flagler sented with a 50-year, member Plans for the
officially crowned by Florida Commissioner: of Agriculture Beach and also with pierhouse are expected :
county commissioners
Doyle Conner at an old-fashioned barbeque for potato industry and school board pin.National Director H. C. Fabianof to be complete and presented i
officials yesterday in Hastings. by the architect on April2nd
-. members discussing financialaid Omaha, Neb., was present for and the commission will
the meeting.and introduced Mr. I
in stadium.
building the
1 advertise for bids for construc
Potato Digging County Government Johnston to the group. Putnam
tion. The commission hopes to
County Sheriff ,E. W. Pellicer,
\ have the building ready for the
Week Is April 26The who was named for Mr. John j
summer season and dedication
Got UnderwayHere Horse Races InBUnnell'Saturday' ston who, was serving at Flag. i :
on July 4th.VFW \
State Association fo County
ler County Sheriff at that time, I, f I
Commissioners of Florida, has' presented the gold Japel-pin to
WednesdayFlagler "aside the period of. April 2-6: Mr. Johnston. I
for the observance of To Present
County Quarter Horse and Cowponyraces Sheriff Pellicer was born in
Government Week and Gov. are scheduled in Bunnell Flagler County and is the son
County Early Irish Potato Farris Bryant has issued an official of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Pellicerof Athletic
harvest Saturday, March 31st. There will Trophies
got underway yes
that effect.
proclamation to St. Johns Park.
with Alfred Tucker the be classes for both adults and ill
first in the i The counties of the state are children which are listed to be- Mr. Johnston during the past
to begin digging
At Meet
!encouraged to develop their own 50 has served Bunnell'sfirst Tonight
county.Mr. gin at 2 P. M., according to Ray- years as ,
Tucker said he had about observances of the occasion and mon Tucker, chairman of the town marshall, Flagler
invite the public to visit their event. County Sheriff several terms, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
125 acres of early potatoes to dig
with most of them ready for local county courthouse tb observe The function is sponsored by and also as Flagler County 5213 will present trophies to the 1
harvesting now. He said he also the duties, services and the Florida Quarter Horse Association Judge. He retired about six Bunnell High School football ill:

had about 100 acres that will functions of the county govern. and all proceeds will be years'ago.. boys and basketball boys and :i

be ready for later harvesting.He ment. applied to the proposed exhibition Those from Bunnell attendingthe girls tonight (Thursday.) at 8 I II f

said he had completed cutting and sales barn for quarter meeting Tuesday night in o'clock. I !

his cabbage acreage last Soil Conservation horses which is to be constructedat Palatka included Mr. Johnstonand This will be a special open i

week.It Kissimmee the near future. his son, Walton Johnston, meeting for the purpose of presenting IIi t

is expected that most of the Speaking Contest Also listed on the program of and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Buckles awards, Commander !1

I potato growers will begin harvesting events is a jack pot cutting and family. Dale Brown, Jr., said today.Mr. i

within the next few WinnersNamed horse contest in which open and BroWn said they would i

with Walter novice horses will compete. present three trophies for football f
days. Knight, Rob Dr. Sayers SpeakerAt Ii
f Deen, George Allen, Jr., and (By Tilman W. Robinson) Members of the North Florida and two for basketball; one ,I

Herschel King scheduled to begin .'. Mary Susan Brannam will rep Cutting Horse Association are Lions Club ,MeetDr. boy and one girl. II)
Monday. resent the Flagler Soil Conservation -. expected to have six or more The Auxiliary to the post will !'

District in the Area horses entered in the event and ., J. R. Sayers, director of the also present the essay awards 'I

I Speaking Contest in Green Cove other ,horses"from throughoutthe Flagler County Health Department Thursday evening, Essay Chair- I

4-H: ; Club Speaking I Springs on April 26. state are also expected. was guest speaker at the man Rosemary Brown said. The !

:Miss Brannam, a Bunnell High The events will be held at the Bunnell Lions Club. meeting essays have been judged and III
Contest Finals At I School: Senior, previously won race track on U.S. No. 1, eight Monday noon. winners will be announced at 'tit
Club the local speaking contest over miles south of Bunnell and all Dr. Sayers told the club the this meeting. \
Rotary Today
four other students. The first horse enthusiasts and ,the general Health Department is now buying Jack Green, assistant line 'I)

The 4.H Club Public Speaking place prize awarded to :Mary Susan public are invited. equipment for the dental office coach atthe University of FlorIda

Contest finals will be held at was $25. All contestants at the Health Department.The in Gainesville will be guest j"

the luncheon meeting of the Rotary spoke on the same subject, "How PetersonResigns equipment includes a dentist speaker for the evening.Mr. '
.,'Club today. The elimination Students .and. Parents Can Pro- chair, cabinets and other necessary Brown said the public is

contest was held .recently mote Soil and Water Conservation As Town Clerk of items. Dr. H. F. Youngis invited to attend. Refreshmentswill
atthe 4-H'' Club meeting. ,, in My District." apart-time dentist for the be served following the

Winners of the Junior Groupare Nell Johnston placed second BeachR. "F agler County Health Department meeting.
Barbara Jean Pache and I in the contest with a $10-prize.J Flagler : He spends two days each

John Cody. In the senior di- J Other contestants were Barbara D. Peterson, town clerk of week here providing dental care Registration Books
vision are :Mike McMillan and Smythe, Bryce Hosford and Flagler Beach for the past seven forIndigent children and dental

Allida Tucker. Judges will be I Jamesene Dawson. years, resigned at the commission education for all. Close Sat. April 7
Jack Clegg, Rev. R L. Spicer,I, The Flagler District Board of meeting Thursday night.' Dr. Sayers said Flagler Countyhas

and John Cannon. I Supervisors, R. W. Deen, Jr., Ray- Mr. Peterson's resignation becomes one of the best polio immunization Until After
Those firms which assisted mon Tucker, A. B. Johnston, W. effective April 1st or untilan programs. PrimaryFlagler

financially with the prize money I W. Deen and Alfred Tucker, wishto audit is completed. County's RegistrationBooks

were: T.&T. Packers, L. L. Gage,i take this opportunity to r Mr. Peterson said his resignation GIVING AND WITHHOLDING will close on Saturday,

Flagler County Sheriffs Depart- thank each student who madea is due to illness in his family Giving does not impoverishus April 7, and will remain closed

ment, Green's Fuel of Bunnell,i speech and Mrs. Millie McCoy : and his personal business. in the service of our Maker, until after the May primaries.

The Flagler Tribune, Harris Gas Bunnell High School Eng- The clerk received praise for his neither does withholding enrichus. Those in the county who are

and Appliances, H. T. Cook Insurance 1 lish and Speech teacher, for their years of service from the commission .Mary Baker Eddy. eligible to vote in the primariesand

Agency, Dunn Hardware part in the contest. They also and the attorney. will Money is like an arm or a leg i who have not already regis

and Supply Co., Western. Auto,I wish to expreSS their gratitudeto draw up a resolution to. be pre --use it 'or. lose it-Henry Ford tered with the County Supervisor

Brannam Food Market, and Anderson E. C. Tyner, Stetson Univers- sented to him. Give what you have. To some II Gladys Deen at the courthouse,

Drug Store. ity; Robert Brengle, Daytona No appointment has been one it may be better than you are urged to do so before April 7.

Beach Junior College; and W. J. made to replace Mr. Peterson. dare 'think.-Longfellow I Several persons are reportedto

When a friend asks, there is Harrell, Soil Conservation ServIce Mrs. Jeanette t Owens was namedas Avarice and happiness never be registered for the city-elections -

no tom.orr w.-George Herbert. Palatka, who took time' off deputy clerk. Applications saw each other, how then should but have not registered for

One must be poor to know the from their work to.Judge the far the position of town clerk they become acquainted?-Benjamin the County Supervisor at the

luxuary of giving.-George Eliot.*contest are being received by the mayor. Franklin. J courthouse.


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'I a lot of fun and could be playedat Tommy Robertson,'.Dean Peter I !

any time, once they have son and Mrs. Cannon. library.I I

been played. The game is played The club decided to buy ma- soon put to good '-

with a rubber ,ball and is a safe terial and make drapes for the use In the library after :the business \

.game. Library. The group! agreed to was finished the hostess J i I

purchase an embossing stamp as served delicious refreshments.
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By Leslie Pacha I Bunnell's little league season I' AREA BUSINESS i iI

opens today with two games.II DIRECTORYi 1 ;!

RECREATION FOR OUR of every home. The best location On diamond 1 in back of the ,
I -
COMMUNITY.PART for playground is often school the lAIR :
TWOA :adjoining or on an elementary meet the Tigers On diamond 2, I- I '1
:school site. Avoid sites that expose the Blue Angels meet the Pijrates. FLORIDA AIRCONDITIONING I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE
i: ( ) How are community recreation I children to traffic hazards. I CO. t BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY

r I programs usually man- i The playground should be as Games will start at 4 P.M. and Of Daytona. Inc. I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL I

aged I II I near ,as possible to the center I will be five innings. All teams AIR CONDmONING-HEATING I COMMERCIAL & ,MAINTENANCECALL !

I 1. In more than 30 states a of the neighborhood it is to : will be playing a nine game GENERAL SHEET METAL I HUBERT PELLICER

recreation enabling act has been serve.C schedule.. Winning teams will "We're Proud of Our Work" ID 7-3301 DAY 1D7-3448 NIGHT
330 Walker Holly Hill OR 7-6120
passed, authorizing cities, towns, ( ), What constitutes a good- receive medals. Top batter will I 41
counties, school districts, to ap- ground program? get' a medal, also the leading AUTO SERVICEMcDANIEL'S GARDEN SHOP .b

propriate funds for recreation pitcher. Batting averages will Gray's Garden Center
l \ and either to assign responsibility A ,happy, well balanced play. be ,kept after the first round of I Headquarter for Gardening Need. '(

\ for recreation to an 'existing life is the right of every boyor play and appear in The Tribune. Service ,Station ,Ceramics. Gifts. Dry Arrangement
I; department or to create a special girl. The home is the play- After the opening day, there STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

t, recreation department. center of the child of preschoolage will be one game on Wednesdayand Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS j

) but the neighborhood play- one on Thursday. In case Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7051'ORMOND
2. Local conditions determine ground is the place where the of bad weather, all games will ,
. the,best type of recreation man,I boy and girl :from six to 15 enjoy : be made up. All boys who show Biddle Gulf Service
aging authority. Most cities are I HARDWARE
many free hours. Hundreds up at game time have to playif I
,creating special recreational de !I.of communities, large and small, :I they are on the roster. Probable -- GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION THAT FAMOUS PAINT
partments to perform this func- GULF TIRES & BATTERIESOpen
provide a: playground program' pitchers and catchers for
tion. Most recreation depart- the opening 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
under paid leadership, at least game are:
ments are administered by a during the summer months. Tigers-Mike, Robinson and State&Lambert ITS 1-ID 7-7190 ; FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
board or commission, usually of Hutch King. NV'W"
I five to seven members, and often The size and facilities of.the Blue Angels- -Benny Geller Colonial Service Station

including the school board, playground influence the activi- and Bobby Robinson. EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION Flagler Beach HE 9-2103

county board or city governing ties that can be carried on, but Young Sluggers Tim Spicer

j! I t I authority.; the following are most common: and Cliff Dozier. MOTOR TUNE-UP Village HardwarCenter

3. Among the duties of the! Sand court or box. Free playon Pirates-Ty Whitaker and HOUSE PAINTS
recreation board are to preparethe the apparatus. Circle, tag, I Gordon Worley. ,j Match and mix any color
recreation budget and ad- singing and loworganizedgames I ED'S Builder's Supplies Kitchenware

minister appropriated funds, ; making toys, sewing : PURE OIL STATION GIFTS GREETING CARDS
employ recreation personnel, leathercraft and other crafts. THE BOOK NOOK AlA Ormond Beach CL 2-0420
Specializing in Wash & Waxing \
adopt operating policies, study I I '
Playing hopscotch, marbles BEHOLD YOUR QUEENBy Tires- Batteries-Accessories i
the city recreation need, develop :!JEWELER
and jack, pitching horseshoesand Gladys Malvera MINOR REPAIRSu. i I ___
and interpret recreationto '
program jump-roping. .s. Ilwr. 1-Bnnnell-ID '7-3138
the city officials and the pub- King Ahasuerus was going to j I BRENNAN Jewelers

Story telling, volleyball and get married and his wife was BAR AND PACKAGE STORE Diamonds-Diamond Setting
lic.B) What kind of properties are other team games. Occasional to be selected from a group of BAMBOOBAR I Fine Jewelry and Gifts

need for recreation? picnic hikes, outing or trips to .he: land's most beautiful girls. Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus \
ball museums or 'points & COCKTAIL I Watches
games, This was probably the first I II
1. Different areas -are requiredfor of special Interest. Special eventsas beauty contest ever recorded. LOUNGE Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired
different activities but some show doll show circus DANCING, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 60 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056
a pet This is',a,story'ot a.Jeoish. girt: FROM 9'
properties can be used for a kite-flying contest, closing festi She was chosen most beautifulIn SUNDAY FROM 6 P.M.

great variety of activities. The vals. the, land. It tells the problemthe Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach FURNITURE

more important types of areas i ,Playground programs are primarily Jews have and, how they Ormond Bedding and

are: playlot, neighborhood play- for children, but older were hated. There was a law I f I MILLAND BAR AND I Furniture Co.

grounds, playfield, large park, I:people often use the facilities. that on a certain day all the I j I COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie Substantial Discounts on AllBEDSSOFASFURNITURE
special recreation area (such as Activities are arranged for parents Jews were to be killed. t
I & Mary Shultz, Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment
golf course athletic, field swim. and t he entire neighbor- It tells the being '
I good things ,of PACKAGE GOODS I R. S. ROBENBERRY, Owner
ming center or, camp center). hood is invited to events .
special a queen and the bad of it.It 9 a.nx-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m. 69 Granada, Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411
2. Properties of ,different sizes which are scheduled for. after- [ is just a wonderful ,book. Read Ocean Blvd-Flagler BeachBETH'S
needed. A lot noon or evening hours. it and see how she helps to save PAINTS ,
are vacant may I.
At the well.conducted play. the Jews. I,
serve for the playlot, the neighborhood
playground should be ground, the program is varied i By Library Assistant BAR & GRILL JERRY'S PAINT, MARTPITISBURGH
and interesting. It includes activities Helen Minchew. FOR FINEPOOD
three to seven acres; the play- I
field 12 to 20 acres or more; the that appeal to every boy : The. Library Club met lastThursday Paints-Finishes

I large park, 50 acres and upward.At and girl and that are adapted I, night at President 3 mi. N. of Flagler on A1A i Paint Sundries-Wallpaper
least five acres are needed to the age, sex, skill and interestof I Lynn Orem's, home. The follow- Open 7 A.M.-11 P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond

for an athletic field. Fifty acres each child. In addition to ing members were present: Helen I ORange 7.0761

for a nine-hole golf course. day-by-day routine activities, I I Minchew, Diane Springer, Susan BUILDING SUPPLIES f '
one or more special events are Wadsworth, Kent Holland, ROOFER I
3. Location
too, is an impo- I WICKLINE
arranged each week. The ,sum, [Pee Wee Burnsed
tant 'factor. There should be a Knight, Jerry, I EDGEMON ROOFING CO.
neighborhood playground with- mer season usually ends with a I I Building 'Supplies Manufacturers of
{ I pageant or festival in which
; in half mile CEMENT Cement Tile Roofing
\, 'a walking distance large numbers take part. P4tee 4: CEMENT BLOCKS ,
In our city the Idlewood play Dependable Service
J ,
O. F. ALFORD- ground is one of the best starts Flagler Beach HE 9-2254 I HWY. 1 N. ORMOND '
q' Registered for a good playground program. LONDON ORange 7-5177 7.1793

There is a lot of shade. If more BOTTLE GASHARRIS

Real Estate Broker I parents would bring their chil- THE BOTTLE GAS RESTAURANT .

I \ Bunnell Florida dren they really could have a BOTTLE or BULK SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT
,lot of fun. The' Idlewood Club r ,FLAGLER'COmnT'S ONLY Lunches-Dlnners-Sandwlches I

-- (has really done a marvelous job HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
FREE PAINTOne (on their playground ,program. SCIEHCI PHONE ID 7-3551
152 W Granada Ormond .
( Help Flagler County I Grow Beach
extra gallon of your choice BOYS AND GIRLS LETS MONITORInteresting Open 6 M.-ll P.M. at
By Shopping at Home
with each gallotr you buy ALL PLAY BALL 146 S. Atlantic--Ormond

Mary Carter Paint Store Bunnell Recreation Depart- CONCRETE PRODUCTS }
ment will have a handball game RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimpSteokCnops.Chicken
Also Weat ate tibooplnr Onter introduced ,Saturday morning, Your "Q" For Concrete. I

April 7th at 9:30 in front of ,the Dial CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes'
PAL PARKER'S.. INC. school gym. DAYTONA BEA HQuillian's I Sandwiches and Pies

Automotive Specialty Center All boys and girls from the BREAKFAST ANYTIME

BRAKES FARTS RELINED AND LABOR 91&43 fifth to eighth grades are wel- Accurate Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant

FOFlDCnEVROLETPL.YMONTnOTHERS come. All boys and girls from AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
flftAS Flagler Beach are also invited.I CompleteInternational CLEANERS
540 Mason Ave. Daytona :
Used Furniture-Upholstery
have two games that could be
- News Coverage
24 HourWrecker The Christian Science Monitor I OMB Dally 8 t. e Furniture & UpholsteryGOOD
Service One Norway St., Boston 15,Moss. Phone ID 7-3188 USED FURNITURE

Send your newspaper for the time 115 N. Bay St. Bunnell New Bedding-MattreM Renovating
-- checked.. Enclosed find my check, or Furniture UpJaal.terla&-TndH
Flagler Truck & Tractor Co 'money order. 0 1 year,$22. DRUG STORES tfl/ Flomlah Holly Hill-Ct, X-1J7S II I
O 6 months $11 Q 3 months: $5.50 I
Moody's PharmacyFlagler
Grove Farm Industrial Equipment Nome /
County's Corner Drag Store
The Flagler Tribune
> Bunnell Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 ,Address PRESCRIPTIONS .
t I Night ID 7-3529 Publishers Printers '
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VIRGIL DECKER '"> < *" f""- RALPH DECKER City -. Zone,, "
", Owner. Parts,&Shop Manager , I
State BtrnaeH Flo. Phone ID 7-3661 BUNNELL, FLORIDA


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4J The Iron Horses "Tom Thumb" Lost {i J :
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Though the .steam engine ij
Of America Are ruled American transportationfor COMPARE AND YOU'LL AGREE.. iI j
hardly more than a century, I
Near End of Line it is a memorable part of the I

Nation's history, progress and I
An American child''born' today lore. Inland cities such as Atlanta j

probably will never see a steam Indianapolis, and Denver,,
locomotive highballing clown the !
owe their existence to the rail
.\ track or hear the siren song oft road. I
:its whistle. .
Historians credit the, Baltimore I
The end of the iron horses and Ohio Railroad with starting
t has come with. stunning swUt- construction on America's first I

11. ness. A decade ago, 21,200 steam true railroad. Earth for the road

J. locomotives were still, thundering was turned on July 4, 1828, ,by
1 I along the Nation's major 90-year-old Charles Carroll, who
I I railroads. Now the big lines had signed the Declaration of

; .own less than 80. Independence.It .

{( Some retired engines were was on this road that PeterCooper's SHELTON'S THRIFTY

, sold to foreign countries. Most famous "Tom Thumb," .
I have gone to the scrap pile. the first steam locomotive built}! .y :: 3 MAGIC 9* SALE
, About 450 have been put on display in the United States, lost a cele

t like mounted mastodons, brated race to a mare. Tom

in museums and public ,parks. Thumb was so small that gun .,..
i "Sullen' Secrecies" barrels were used for tubes in
II I Economy has forced the railroad a the ,boiler. TOPPY'S COOKOUT MEAT SPECIALS

" companies to turn from the I All engines in the early days . Grade "A" QuarteredBROILERS

steam engine's "fierce throated were tiny tin-pot affairs, and
beauty (Walt Whitman), to the engineers had much to learn '
, "sullen secrecies of diesel-electric 35Ready
about them, the National Geographic
t.. power" (Lucius Beebe). said. An engineer on : lb.
\ Not a single steam locomotivehas ;
"The Best Friend of Charleston,
been- built for. American the first American locomotive For The Grill
railroads since 1953, the Association -
Railroads constructed for regular service, Grade "A" Close Trim ..
I of American grew weary of listening to the '
reports. The 400 or so new loco hiss of steam. He plugged up CHOCK STEAK !lb. ..r 59

! motives ordered each year are the safety valve, and it was not
, diesels, except for some turbne- long before the infant railroad Budget Brand Lean Small .

, ) electric But' memories units. of the huge, boiler Industry explosion.experienced; its first I SLICED BACON.Ib.. 39*' SPARE RIBS' lb. 49

rugged, powerful, aggresively Explosions were so common
f noisy iron horses do not dim. that a buffer of cotton bales World's BestHAMBURGER Thriftway 5 oz. Pkg.

Railroad buffs, who are exceededby usually was placed between the 3 IDS. '$1.39 BOILED HAM 59
no group in the expenditureof engine and the passengers."In .
nostalgia, found their poet those .days," railroad historian .
laureate in Thomas Wolfe. The Robert Selph Henry wrote,
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late writer described an experi "a new railroad which did not SMOKED SAUSAGE -
ence .common to all who have have 'Pacific in its name, and MIX ORMATCH 3 Ibs. 1.00 1 ,

stood waiting on the "depot" aspirations toward crossing the FRANKS BOLOGNA :
continent was .hardly respect-
"Then the locomotive drew in able." !

upon them, loomed enormously Whistle on the "Sondusky" .: I!
above them, and slowly swept Steam locomotives, from the I ; .
by them with a terrific drive of ; ; i it
beginning, seemed to have com- .,, ', #
wheels all - '_ -j"\-f' !' ..f, ,.i
eight-locked. piston pelling personalities. This was ; SALE __" .. : \ 'd' "
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than their heads, a sav- '
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doubtless due in the'fact ; : :
, hard part ,:- ".." : f--: :::;; ,. ,.
age furnace-flare of heat, a 7 .' "
that no two ,engines were Large Size :
'. hose-thick: hiss of steam, a mo exactly alike, and 'their working
ment's vision of a lean old head, parts were in plain view. / :
an old gloved-hand of cunning Any railroad hall of fame FAB :9

on the throttle, a glint of demon would include the "Sandusky," ea.

hawk-eyed forever fixed on the of Ohio's Mad River and Lake Limit one with $5.00 or more food.order, f
rails, a huge tangle of gauges, Erie line, probably the first-en- ,-, '

levers, valves, and throttles, and gine to cleave American air ..... .-"-' ..
the goggled, blackened face of with a steam whistle. The New "<. '. ) :;J
Sunlite 303 Campbell's No. 1 : ",
the fireman, lit by an intermit- York Central's "No. 999" made can :"J\< can
tent hell of flame, as he bent the first of 100 miles ; .' ; Y.-- ;:
run an TOMATOESLimit ,. ;: > 9'ea. . TOMATO SOUP .. i,>: 9C
with "
,and swayed the rhythmic ,4
hour. Illinois
Central's "Cannon- .
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t- swing ball" sent Casey Jones into im: 3. .. ,,'...n.. '. r h.
furnace doors. : ,5 Kraft 6 ::
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RCA VICTOR like "whistle stop," BLEACH .1 ,.-. .,;'"1': '... ',* Qc. '.'% '-,. 1; ea ,
... LIVING COLOR TV "tank town," "caboose," 'stand- .f '. "z; \ /Qt.:'". ,, ', .. ',;-;.a" _.' '
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.... ORMOND pointed passenger ,cars, diners, '.... K . ,ea.
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ORMOND PRESCRIPTION wonders of the transport world. t ea Soflin 60 count

! PHARMACY For all practical purposes, the NAPKINS gcVIENNA
" Sick Room SuppUes-Sundrles steam-era railroad system was Red Bird. J ea. '
" HOSPITAL SUPPLIES completed by 1890. Streamlined,
:: 24-Hour Prescription Service stainless-steel diesels flashed ea. _
': :Tree Delivery in Flagler Beach Chase & SanbornCoffee
: into use in the 1930'sr but it
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Flagler Beach PTA Is I a
The Sunday school and church
scheduled to. have a meeting
service next Sunday morning'for '
next Tuesday evening, April 3rd,
the Flagler Beach Methodist)
in the school cafetorium.The ,
;Church will be held in their new.i iI \
nominating committee will I -
building on Daytona Ave. This*
,,. have a slate of officers to be in i.
marks completion of the first}
the election for yext year. '
unit which is the Fellowship I I'I.
, T.' There will also \be a talent .I Flag ler Food Store
'Hall and kitchen but will bej I
; show by the pupils, a Baton 'I. !
used as the Sanctuary until the .
I: . Twirling Routine by Mr. Carl
I: :: McElfresh's class, and two fifth other part is built. I II
' S I Rev. Reynold N. Hoover, min- Flagler Beach
.- grade pupils will recite the Preamble -I
ister, announced that following
to the Constitution and
I -< church school at 9:30 A.M.-and PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT MAR. 29-30-31 1962
1 r Lincoln's Gettysburg Address ,
morning worship at, 10:30, there
il) which they have been learning.
would be a fellowship dinner
t ... All members and patrons are I
there and it would be followed I BEST MEATS ANYWHERE ..
urged to
by an official meeting of the' I

I MRS. KULFS THIRD Board.The WSCS has been raising 1' Grade "A" D. .& D. Fresh Boston Butt
funds to furnish the kitchen WHOLEFRYERS PORKROAST
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i : Mrs. Emma Kulp's third grade
. with their two annual projectsthe -
took last Friday off to see many t
Christmas Bazaar in December
\ interesting things on the Gage 29 h.49c
and their Smorgasbord each lb.
;, farm. They had a hay ride, saw! February. '

I cattle branded and had the opportunity -

to ride horseback.A Copeland's-Mild or Hot Tender Baby
wiener roast climaxed the

J Bob day. Whitney Going with, Mrs.them Patsy were Davis Mrs., Rev. R. W. Dickert, pastor, announced I *

that there would be I Sausage 39 LIVER 49Smoked"
Mrs.Mrs. Raymond Clarice Babbitt Smith., Mr. and communion during the morning I ib. ib.

worship service next Sundayand I .
that he would continue his Wilson's
series of on "The Gateway I
messages BACON PORK '
} Mr. and Mrs. Fank Brede en-

}, ,tertained at their home in Hill- Sunday To Heaven.school starts" each Sun-
crest Monday afternoon with a : I *

benefit games party. There were day classes morning for all, at ages.10 o'clock Visitors with are SQUARES lb. 39 CHOPS lb. 89

I 25 guests and they cleared $29 welcome. .
I for their Church Circle. Mrs.

l Brede was grateful to those who
attended and helped.., "

The Methodist Men announcedthat
FOR EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE theirpaper drive would ; CRISCO

Judson Stryker, choir director end on Saturday, April 7, and
that anyone wishing to have I
' of the Baptist Church, announced some,picked before that date Ib. .
up *
that the practice would begin
may tall HE 92289. They are 29 3 59Limit
this Sunday evening for the mu-
sic in the sunrise service. grateful for, all the cooperationthey cai can

This service will be held at, drive.,have received during the Limit one:with $5.00 or more food order one with $5.00 or more,food order

the Baptist Church on Easter

; morning and members from the YWA ACTIVITIES
other church choirs are to help The supper given by the 46 oz. Stokely Chicken of the Sea

with the special music. Rev.. At- Young Woman's Auxiliary of the TOMATOJUICE

j' lee Stevens will conduct the ser Baptist Church on ,Saturday $ TUNA can 29C

mon and will be assisted by the turned out to be very successful. ..4 for ,
pastors of the other churches. There was"a large number

I I'Mr. served and $100 was cleared to, 2l/2 can Van Camp La Ruta
NEW GRANDCHILD be used for sending some dele-
and Mrs. Max Porte's son gates to Ridgecrest next sum PORK & CORNED ;.

.in law and daughter, Mr. and mer. They are grateful to those \' .
:Mrs. Richard H. Allen of Jack- who helped to make it a suc 'BEANS 4 for BEEF 'ft :,"can; 39C

sonville, are the parents of a ; ,' "

new son, born March 18th at the cess.The YWA's will have chargeof 2 1/2 can .: j : '

Jacksonville Naval Hospital. His the 'evening service at the Northern ., '
weight was seven pounds, six church next Sunday evening. SOUTHERNPEACHES WHITE ,

} and ,a half ounces. There will be a presentation 5

They named him Phillip Rich. ceremony of a citation to the for .
ard. Mrs. Allen is the former president, Judy Stryker. 3 for ZSe
Catherine Porte. Mr., and, Mrs. I ,
Porte visited with them during I Mr. and Mrs. Al Hall from 48 oz. Alabama Girl \ ;' .1

the weekend.Mr. Gainesville were here for the WHOLE OR SLICED ENERGY i
weekend.Mr. j

and. Mrs. Joel Smith of DILL PICKLES 3ge
and Mrs. Frank Brede en- fOe
Palatka spent Sunday here at tertained Sunday at their home qt. ; 1

their place.'Spending.
with a dinner. Their guests were

his daughter Mrs. Betty Kelley Hardwood .I!

Beach the were weekend Mr. and at Mrs.Cocoa from Orlando who was accom- CHARCOAL 1 bagb. 6ge SEGO SOD 3
panied by her house guests, Mrs. for : ,
Leonard Moody, Mr. and Mrs. 79Ci
Edna Moore from York, Pa, and
,George :Miles Moody of Flagler Mrs. Penny McCall from Car- i i !
Beach and also Mr. and Mrs. I
I Walter Morris of Bunnell. PRODUCE !

v. and Mrs. Atlee Stevens :
10 ,oz. Birds Eye
Trudie Massie and Marjorie spent two days 'this week in -. ." FRESH .
Schatz who are students at How- Jacksonville visiting with his WHOLE 4'' "
ey In the Hills Academy, are parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. OKRA '2' pkgs. 45c CARROTS -. 10c :

spending the spring recess at Stevens, Sr. for bag:? y

the home, of their parents here. .
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Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil Ralph and
Community i
10 oz. Singleton's .. .
son of :Middleton, Ohio, were <
Memorial Church I BREADED '.: Fresh RipeTOMATOES ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Virgil '

Smith last' week. Mrs. Smith latel'-tkao..la.tloaal SHRIMP t. -; '49' 2
and Mrs. Ralph are sisters. AIR CONDITIONED ...,- >", pkg. r- }bs : ,I

Daytona Ave. .
Mrs. Agnes Lee returned to I ;
her home here" Saturday ,after I 10 oz. Birds-Eye .
spending a month in,West Palm Sunday School 10:00 A.M. SLICED U. S. NO. 1POTATOES I f \,

Beach. She was accompaniedhere Church Service 11:00 A.bL B

from Daytona Beach by Mr. B. W DICKERT. Fator STRAWBERRIES, 4 $I0 10'h 39CJ

and Mrs. Jim Erisman whb hada EVERYONE WELCOME for ] I hag

short visit with her. .


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I,; '. .. BUNNELL P.-T. A. j I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.- I I .Mrs. "Ma aret Taylor and son
I-EXECUTIVE BOARD Barber during the past weekend J of Jacksonville have moved hereto -
I MEETS TONIGHT was :Mrs. Barber's sister reside. She is the daughterof
{ : I I I Lily Buchannan of Palatka.Mr. 1\frs.1 t Mrs. Joseph Harding and is
= The Executive board of the I i on the nursing staff ofx the local

I'. ....-.. .- LOCALS . Bunnell tion will Parent-Teacher meet tonight Associa-I! and Mrs. Zack Holland II III i'i hospital.
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x .' clock in Mr. Craig's office at the were accompanied- to Lake Wales
\ school. The meeting is called Saturday by their sons Zachary I i Grant Holland, a student at
j , I for.the purpose of making plans I I and Grant, Susan Carle and I I Bolles Military Academy in Jack-
I MISS DAUGHERTY I for the last meeting of >the association ,,Boyd Robertson. They attended I I sonville, is spending the spring I
t ., SEALE-DAUGHERTY ,HONORED WITH A I for the year which will ,the Passion Play there Saturday I:holidays here with his parents
\\ *i* Announcement has been made BRIDAL SHOWER be held on April 12. I I evening. ,_ i Mr. and Mrs. Zack Holland.
* of the engagement of Miss Mary Anyone having business to be I
; *; Jo Daugherty of Flagler Beach, I Bride-elect Mary Jo Daughertywas discussed this meeting may:
' daughter. of Mrs. Harry Daugh- feted with a shower on Saturday contact Mrs. George Clegg before
erty 209 S. Ridgewood Ave. Day- i afternoon at the Stanish the meeting. ELECT
tons Beach, to Mr. Jeffery Seale, i home, Church St. Hostesses were

I' son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Seale,, I I'Miss Celestine Niesen Stanish and Miss- THANK YOU ..' Walton M., Kinney .
Patty ,
Flagler Beach. I would like to express my I '
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"t : Miss Daugherty was born in i I i A color scheme of yellow, silver sincere thanks to my friends and :I FOR MEMBER OF '

:,. Anderson, Ind., and is 'a grad- and white was used in the relatives for the flowers, cards, i' School Board District 3, .
visits and during
. uate of Bunnell High School. She floral arrangements and favors. prayers ..: .
Was member of. the Bunnell The refreshment table was cen- stay in the hospital.
:.. a Also tribute to Dr. I Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Vote On
a special
f'" School Band, Beta Club, Tri-Hi- tered with a white' floral arrangement May 8 Primary. '
and Canakaris for his wonderful
Y and FTA. in a silver dish
II. ; : was flanked with silver candlesticks .- medical attention and to the (Paid Political Adv.)
Mr. Seale is a native of Tar- I I holding yellow tapers. hospital staff for their wonderful .
" and attention. i _.
rt. t rant City, Ala., a graduate ---
...' of Bunnell High School. He is !l I Fourteen of Miss Daugherty's Mrs. Isham Johnston. _
,schoolmates and friends enjoyed -
J. .- attending the Daytona Beach
Junior College. I the party with her. Contest RE-ELECT 1

Iff!,. The wedding will be in the i iI winners were Beverly Kelly, Barbara Farm ProductsIn

I\::.-'.( First Methodist Church of Bun- : Smythe, and Lynda Harris. .; Alfred R, Tucker ,
) nell at 6 o'clock in the evening

J j It on April 13; 1962. 1 MISS CECIL LONGO Florida Up ," % ; COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4
k Following the a reception -
ceremony ,
S/SGT. -
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If'*: will be held in the home MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDOf To New High : For Continued Progress ;
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\{ of Mr. and Mrs. George Skolar I
J[ corner of Palm Ave., and Anderson interest to their friends Florida farm sold fora
, Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly AppreciatedPaid ,
l- of the
: street. here is the announcement record $855,845,000 last year,
:t' No invitations are being sent marriage of Miss Cecil Longo of a 12 per cent ain over 1960, the ( Political Adv.)
r... but all friends and relatives are Grantham, North Carolina, to greatest increase of any state in .
t. invited. S/Sgt. B. R. Teters of Seymore the nation and considerablyabove - - -- -- ---
; Airforce Base in N. C.
Goldboro. a 2 per cent national average -
gain, the Florida State
The couple was married I l
WITH A SURPRISEHOUSEWARMING Chamber of Commerce reports. For State
9, 1962, in Grantham and are RepresentativeTo
i resulted
1 honeymooning in DaytonaBeach. I "The Florida gain
'" from increased receipts from
I .
Mrs. Harry Atkinson was honored
tomatoes, milk eggs, The Electors of
recently with a surprise oranges Flagler County: '
I" Sgt. Teters is the son of :Mrs. cattle and 'calves, although some
f housewarming: at her new home, ,
!,> North Palmetto St. Invited guests Nellie Teters of Daytona Beach other products brought less thanin You appreciate the fact that Flagler Countyis 1
and M. R. Teters of Bunnell. He
1960. Last year all crops
included mothers of her Sunday .
G: school class of the Methodist is a former resident of Bunnell. raised in the state sold for $632- as well situated as any in the state to attract i

1 Church. ,-. *$ *. ." .$.' >. I'l556ooOup..-t5-pe -cent, and industry and tourist. ,' ,
Mrs. William De"n. Mrs. Hugh Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Johnston i livestock products sold for $223- I

I" Cameron and Mrs. Bill Atkinsonwere had as their guests the'past I' 289,000, up 6 per cent. Other counties around us have all been expanding '
hostesses for the. coffee weekend Mr. and Mrs. G. H. "Total cash receipts, plus
and other in both these fields and have mad
home consumption we
4 party. Remley, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. ,
J and Mrs. Robert-Williams of Sa non-cash income- and .government 'no concerted effort to get our share of this new
Mrs. Daisy Buckles left last vannah, Ga. payments came to $19,230, business. \
I\y weekend for Jesup, Ga., where gross, per farm, ranch or grove
i1 I she will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Clyde Lewis were in. Florida, ranking the state
;f Brady Wadsworth and family in Clewiston Wednesday through among the top 10 in the nation. Is it not about time we quit thinking selfishly

for several weeks. Friday, visiting their son David, Production expenses accountedfor and all pull together for a bigger, better com-
: over half of this Florida per-
' who is residing here. They were
,' Mrs. Isham Johnston has re- accompanied home Friday by farm! 'figure as costs for fee, munity? 4
': turned to her home from the David and Smitty Polhill both fertilizer, labor, taxes and inter-
f' local hospital where she under- of whom spent the weekend est moved upward"Substracting Why not a slogan "Tourists for Flagler Beach 1

went major surgery. heer.RENT expenses, the and industries for Bunnell"?
L net income per farm was pulled b .
< down to $8,675. Still, this figure
L'I A ranked the state second nation-- Let's break the apathy and attitude of Jet

r ally in this respect as 'a result well enough alone, and go after some new-
LINDSAYWATER lof the large size of citrus and business. .
; vegetable operations in the state.
"Florida stood sixth in a 25
We should all be interested and fara
SOFTENED per cent gain in net income per press a
farm, 1960 to 1961. The: national better development program for our two parks.a .
1 :: .. 12 cent. ,
2.95 increase was per I
I per mo. j . 1 ( ) The one at Bulow Ruins on the Old

I Call CL 2-2220 As late as 1850 85 per cent of:! Kings, Road., I I
all Americans were rural 1 f

;.;,-1134 Live.Oak.. Daytona Beach Florida (b) The one completely undeveloped area; of i 1 !

.. -.- -- 145 acres in South Flagler Beach. !: ;{
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I, "...' dents.f SPAPCR* AD\ Thousands of people could be induced to 1 I

\-, -. I r wANTER YOUNGr:. J Jff visit these parks, if developed and made at- I .
: ; ,:: i. Thanks A Million irar tractive, and this could mean thousands of outside i :

_aft dollars spent in Flagler County. ':
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We should try to get small industries into our ;! ;,
Please accept my sincere appreciation to the 0
county to supply our men and women who wish :
of Flagler County for their confidenc in '
people me, t
to work and bring our graduates back home. i
expressed by my nomination for Tax Collector of iI I ...

I ,Flagler County.I There is no finer place to live and there are 1 .

no finer people anywhere than in Flagler Coun- ,

1 SAY,hs IS ty and now all we need is to help each other f
\ hope to be elected. in November and I pledgeto FAST sERvicE! : Il = ., ;:
and proceed go forward. A vote for me as:
"' best efforts to serve in the
you. my.. you manner Representative to the State :
0 your Legislature. y
\ which. .'you. have. alright. to expect. 0 vote toward progress. Whether you vote for i j J(

"* v *. .. a me or not, please vote! ji jia

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.,.: PAGE SIX THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE. BUNNELL, FLORIDA: 'Thursday; March 29, 1962 :<
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lationships between the three ready to would be impractical.The of the United States. I,spite of these complaints that i

y ti"w,,:, branches of our government. Air Force, on the other; As far as the Congress dele we get that Congress is branch- f
hand, of course wanted the gating its authority to the President ing out into a new field and delegating i
Human nature being what it
I It .money to be spent, as it would in the field of tariffs and authority that it has to f
is, it seems to be customary for
,!be spent by the Air Force. I import controls is concerned, the President, there is nothing
one to try to ,mind another's I
person :want us to proceed with whatever i j I this delegation of' authoritygoes new about this, and it truly may tl
business, and vice versa. .
is necessary in order to'' back as far as 1794 and has : well be said t9 be a part of our
This is the' I
not to impugn judgment
make our national' defense Impregnable been with us ever since. So in American heritage.The I
of either the Chairman of
but I don't want us I
the Armed Services Committeeand
I +to throw money around willy-I
\ his committee members or ,nilly before those who are J Fire insurnoce policies we write still give the I
I the judgment of the Secretary scone dependable protection but today you can enjoy
I charged with the real responsibility -
: I,of defense and his advisers. It additional benefits through coverage in a "Home
L. of spending it say they I
i j I has been settled by the committee !I can use it. owners Policy" at very little cost.

taking out of the Armed I Remember H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you

i':,' A.S. (Syd) Herlong I Services Public Works bill the I We in Congress are constantly take advantage of these extra coverages. TelephoneID

' .Ilanguage which would "direct" exhorted by our constituents 7-3361 or stop in soon for full details. ',.
Congressman. Fifth District the President to spend the: snot( to release any of our Con- ] H. T. COOK AGENCY

t.. :j: The recent fussing and feud- money on .this super bomber. jstitutional powers and preroga- Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida
The language simply now au- I tives to the executive and judicial
!' ,,":--,, ing between the legislative and thorizees the money to be spentif I branches of our govern - -
r- =,, executive branches of and when it is appropriated. :
tir government i ment. The latest wave of letters :1:1n.
'Z:( over the RS-70 super I The Defense Department insisted I we have had along this line .

f bomber-now more or less hap all along that they were not I have had to do with the trade I :- f

pily resolved-is a good ex- I ready to spend this money yet, bill on which our committee is To The Citizens Of .. i '::: I
ample of just what should be and for the Congress to direct now holding hearings. People I ti
avoided in the conduct of re lit to be spent before they were 1 write us that Congress shouldn't

.-- .delegate the authority to the Flagler County: .1.1J
!Ii- I President to negotiate in the

matter of tariffs. Frankly, I don't
r CRAIG FUNERAL HOME know how, from a practical +
I candidate for the office of
' ." standpoint, the Congress of the am a 1

a .A. II. CRAIG, Funeral Director United States could negotiate

,..." JOHN HARDIN, Associate trade agreements with another Clerk'of the Circuit Court of our county.I .
r country. The Constitution reserves -
;:t:; ', >AIR OXYGEN 'the conduct of foreign affairs -
LADY feel that I am qualified for the office t
t ; CONDITIONEDCHAPEL .1 I EQUIPPED to the President, .and fora
ATTENDANT: AMBULANCES long time the Congress has'!
< delegated this authority to the and that I am capable of performingthe I

:{ Phone ID 7-3532 President. It will be interestingto

C 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA many people to note that the work as it should be done. "I
'), i first time the Congress delegatedits .
. power to the President to negotiate i
'{.' trade agreements with
1 other countries was somewhere It is and
: your privilege duty to
1890. The bill
around was pass-
V To The Voters ofFlagler ed by the Congress; and of

( , .-, course came out of the Ways elect your own public officials and if

and Means Committee., In fact,

County: . f it was' who introduced was Chairman by the Republican of the- you will give me this opportunity, I,

/::.: I have qualified as a candidate for member of name Committee was at William that time.McKinley His, will do my best to fulfill my obligations.

gh". the Board of Public Instruction of'Flagler County and as you know shortly after I I

from District No. 5. that time he !became President I II I \..\
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!t I am a college graduate and have had more than I your con

30 years of teaching experience, 16 years. of which '

,. was in- Bunnell High School. : sideration. I .

r-\.... If nominated and elected, I will continue, to workS r' S Thanks; .>
( for the best interest of Flagler County School ( I
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!;' ': '-E:;; ; 100 YEARS '
: : happened ago
To, The Citizens, of 'I

oldest incorporated trade association In the country, the '

:. .: :Flagler County: .. the United same States year Brewers that Association, was organized in 1862. .

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Your candidate for member of the Board. Of Public nJwx
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. ; Instruction District No. 1 has the following Educational -

: Qualifications. . : I I

. \ Graduate Bunnell High, School . xY ,

; .I Graduate University of Florida witht. '.' t rr".I "..w.... =---
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4t" : Bachelor. of Science Degree i 'in":', : ".--..- BANANA LEAF GUITAR . .H .. ,
i. Delores Loll "makes with themusic" :
Agriculture with honors. < -- .
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at Silver Springs Fla.,
where her guitar is a banana
f Master of Science Degree Agriculture
i I' .' leaf. She is homecoming queen IN FLORIDA, citizens were evading the blockade of the Union
d of the Univ. of Fla. Navy by using small boats to bring In essential weapons and
} .Other History: supplies for the Confederate armies. After each successful
, blockade run, many men celebrated with well-earned glassesof
: Born Flagler County-Age 30 beer.

I' t Married Joy Steflik-One child Louis Martin Jr. TV SERVICEALL For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev
f erageof moderation. But beer means more than
; Veteran Korean War with.Honorable Discharge' MAKES enjoyment in our state. The Brewing Industry ,
..; contributes more than 25 million tax dollars to "
;.. l last President of Bunnell Rotary Club Agent For Florida each year-money that helps supportour 4
.. hospitals schools and highways. r .
Occupation: Engaged in FarmingIff :; RCA & PHILCO t
. I TODAY,in its centennial year,the United States

't . elected, :I.;promise that my actions on the Board TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD Brewers Association still works constantly to as- f'f'I
AND INSTALLED sure maintenance of high standards of quality t
: will always be. in, the best, interest of the youth ,in, and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. \
: our schools. f fI
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f Dr. John GorrieResponsible hung from the ceiling of the!jthe East during the cotton sea 'I by the Florida Board of Parks i:I IN SEVENTII TilE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF TilE I

patient's room. It was filled with !son, he little town was known i I and Historic Memorials for the !,l IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY i
For ice. A current of air was allowed \I for gay and colorful parties. Dr. John Gorrie Museum at Apalachicola j i I 4435. '

I to pass over it, cooling the Once a ship that was to have I Two Florida schools ,1 IMILDRED W. STALLINGS Plaintiff,

I l air and the air, in turn,. cooling \'lice on it'did not show up but -one in Jacksonville and one 'I t vs. \;
,Cooling I I the room. |I Dr. Gorrie did. His arms were I I in Tampa-have been namedafter FLOYD D. STALLINGS.Defendant.NOTICE j
1 I I
Imagine a long hot, summer 'loaded with boxes filled with 1 1f Dr. Gorrie. I
I I At that time, all ice was IN THE NAME OF THE STATE ;

without air conditioning. Try to'{(shipped in from the Great Lakes|sardine cans full: of ice for the I Housed in the Gorrie Museumis I OF TO-FLORIDA Floyd :D. Stallings \i!

invision your favorite beverage by boats and he did not havea |ladies to use in their refresh- i a, replica of, his first ice ma Whose address and place :

ments. : chine. Other exhibits in the of residence are unknown. "I
not' cooled by artificial ice. large supply of ice., Dr. Gorrie's I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED i

I These everyday luxuries which inventive mind started"searching" From these events has sprung ]I museum, which is maintainedand that filed a Bill of Complaint has been !
against in the Circuit
you I
we ,take for granted are a result for a mechanical one of the most significant developments -1 I operated by the Florida I Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit !
Park Service include early I of Florida, in and for Flagler I
of a little-known doctor means of cooling the rooms. in modern civilization -: County. in Chancery by MILDRED

4 from: Apalachicola-Dr. John scenes of Apalachicola, news W. STALLINGS. The nature of said
After several efforts he Without
built a refrigeration manyof
I suit is a Bill for Divorce. You are
Gorrie. cold air machine. This machine the comforts we have come paper accounts of the period, I hereby required to file personallyor
I ( clothing and other artifacts of I by attorney with the Clerk of
Dr. Gorrie? a young' physician, i i was the forerunner of the com-. I to expect would not be possible. said Court your written defenses
Dr. Gorrie's time and many other i if,, have, to said Complaintand
any you
settled in Apalachicola in the :pression refrigerator. j Fresh fruits, meats and vegetables to serve same upon the under-

,L spring of 1833. One of his main In 1884, he was cooling by < may be transported thous- interested items. The museum I signed attorney for Plaintif on or ,
is daily free of charge. before the 26th day of April A. D.
tasks was caring for patients mechanical '. refrigeration two ands of miles safely, Florida'sDr. open i 1962 to-wit:
Florida and the entire world. GILLESPIE '
I, suffering from malaria. As he rooms set aside in his own home John Gorrie served more Attorneys at Law.
Dr. John Gorrie debt !
carted for these fever ridden pa- for hospital One day than the malaria patients of owe huge 233 North Causeway
purposes. gratitude for making our i I New Smyrna Beach. Florida.
tients, he felt that if he could he found that the: pipes of the I Apalachicola, he served the en- lof way THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE is
f of life more comfortable. hereby designated
i as the. newspaper
lower the room temperature he machine were clogged with ice. I tire future _of mankind. In which this Notice shall be pub-

'I'" might control the temperature I IIn 1845, artificial ice was invented. In recognition of his achieve- NOTICE OF BIDS consecutive lished once weeks.a week for four (4)
Notice Is hereby given that the
of the sick. The ice was in blocks 8 x10 ments, Florida, in 1914, placedhis East Flagler Mosquito Control District WITNESS my hand and official

The first step toward; room 'air I inches. statue in the Statuary( Hall accept of sealed i'lagler bids Beach at the Florida office will located seal Florida at this Bunnell.22nd Flagler day of Marc,

conditioning was a device invented When big vessels and steamers of the Capitol in Washington, 7 miles north of Flagler A.(Official D. 1962.Seal) ,
Beach on Highway AlA to and
I 4 by Dr. Gorrie which I came into Apalachicola from I D. C. In 1956, ground was broken until 6:00 P. M. on April up 16th 1962. : Clerk EMIL of A. Circuit SMYTHE.Court .-
I or postmarked prior to that date !
and time. for the following for : Deputy Clerk:
1\ fiscal year ending September 30th, GILLESPIE AND OILLESPIE
1962. Bys/ W. M. Gillespie

....M*.....PA?.orr.t OUTHO. en ALL CtlDttCALa.1Ae BintenoN*AMD CAUTION icroiic use.kill lons Furnish of No.approximately 2 Fuel Oil, 10,000 to be gal-delivered Attorney for Julia PlaintiffBy R. Harvey .
to the District's storage March .29 & April 5-12-19--ftc

tank in Flagler Beach Florida in IN THE
quantities suitable for the capacityof
storage tanks which is approxi- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
mately 6500 gallons. Quotations to
be 'based on 60 degree F. Temp.
NO. 4433
Furnish 2 000 gal
approximately IN RE: The Matter of Adoptionof
lons Gasoline to be delivered to theDistrict's
Headquarters in Flagler
for nor by Robert Fennell and Men-,
l :dt Beach Florida, quantities tory Fennell.
storage tank facilities. Bidder to
; furnish storage tank of 500 gallon
capacity with dispensing pump and Whereabouts unknown. :'
Furnish approximately 2,000 gallons i JAMES WRIGHT
\ Whereabouts
of L. P. Gas delivered to the
District's Headquarters in Flagler District Director State Welfare
Florida. Bidder to furnish
Beach. O. Box
989Jacksonville. ,
tank and
storage dispensing pump
with meter. j
Bids will be opened at the officeon YOU ARE HEBEBY NOTIFIED .
that the above named
h't!:: pJ Wednesday April 18th. 1962
7:30 P.M.Successful. Robert Fennell and Mentory Fen.. .
bidders will be notified nell. have filed a petition In the
following the District's tabulationof above-styled court for the adoptionof
bids. the minor child named therein
and you are required to show
The District reserves the rightto
reject any and all ,bids and to cause why the same should not be
waive any informalities in bidding. granted by serving a copy of your
EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO written defenses, if any, upon
CONTROL DISTRICT W. L. Wadsworth. Attorney for Petitioners -

t ; .. Lyman L. Gage Secretary. P.O. Box 396, Bunnell.
Florida. and
:March 29 & April 5-12-3tc by filing the original
thereof with the Clerk of said
IN TUB COUNTY JUDGE'S! COURTIN Court: otherwise a decree may be
t S
, 555 S.5"'S AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY entered against ypu granting said
adoption. ,
WITNESS hand and the seal
"' CASE ';NO. 609 I of said court my. at .nu nel Florida,
IN RE: Estate of 1
::: '
LEWIS .SLAUGH, this 14th day of March. 1962
( { M1.t Deceased. (Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll Clerk of the Circuit Courtof I
,- I creditors of the .estate of Flagler County, Florida
t. LEWIS J. SLAUGH. deceased are March 22-29 & April 6-12-4tc

hereby notified and required to file
any claims or demands which they
may have against said estate in SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
; : the office of the County Judge of IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY -
t Flagler County, Florida in the FLORIDA. IN CHANCERYNO.
. : courthouse at Bunnell, Florida. : 4432.DEWEY .
M I within six calendar months from SASSER, .
f ; the date of the first publication of Plaintiff
: t ,;, i I this notice. Each claim or demand ELIZABETH
J, R must be in writing and must state JUNE SASSER,
f' / { 4 ut, the place of residence and post- Defendant. .
.' office address of the claimant and NOTICE
> must be sworn, to by the claimant, IN THE NAME OF THE,STATE OF
his agent. or his attorney or It FLORIDA:
'. will become 'void according to law. TO: Elizabeth June Sasser
;y iQ4 bd kyy" Dated this 19th day of March Whose address and place of
1 ? 1962. residence are unknown.
Miriam S. Slaugh Executrixof YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
j the Estate of Lewis J. a Bill of Complaint has been
Slaug deceased. filed against you in the Circuit
t First publication: March 22nd, Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
of Florida in and for Flagler
. i' S. 1962.March 22-29 & April 5-12-4tc County. In Chancery, by DEWEY
SASSER. The nature of the said
' 5! IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF suit is a Bill for Divorce. You are
FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA, hereby required to file personallyor
; M1 IN CHANCERY NO. 4436 by attorney with the Clerk of
\+ y:. KENNETH G. VOGEL. said! Court your written defenses
; 4? Plaintiff. if any. to said Complaint and to
vs. serve same upon the undersigned
1 ANN MAE attorney for Plaintiff on or before
: VOGEL.Defendant.. ,the 12th day of April A. D. 1962
Ann Mae Vogel87'Mathfason Attorneys at Law
Place 233 North Causeway
ri i< : Matawan. New Jersey New Smyrna Beach. Florida.
;You are hereby notified that a THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE Is
suit has _been, filed against you In hereby destgnted as the newspaper
the above entitled cause; and you In ,which this Notice shall be pub-
I are hereby required to file your answer I lished once a week for four (4)
with the Clerk of this Court consecutive weeks.!
l and to serve a. copy thereof upon WITNESS my hand and official
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney seal! at Bunnell, Flagler
whose name and address Is: Florida. this 9th day of Marc

: 'em wherever they're hidingUnder Selden Ray Selden Building A. D. EMIL 1962. A. SMYTHE

Daytona Beach. Floridanot Clerk of Circuit Court
later than April 26th. A.D. 1962. By Julia R. Harvey
If you fail to do so. decree pro Deputy Clerk. ...
_- '.':' the curl of a leaf. In the crevice of a is absorbed so swiftly that workers can enter confesso will be entered: against GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE
' YOU for the relief demanded in the By W. M. Gillespie
: stalk. Wherever insects hide, safe from other the fields a few hours after spraying. And the I I bill of, complaint. The nature of Attorney for Plaintiff.
> said suit being for divorce. March 15-22-29 & 5
April Itc
t sprays. . Phosphamidon hunts them down.. natural predators that feed on harmful potato WITNESS my hand and seal of .
said Court this 22nd day of March IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
And kills them. insects
. can safely return too. .. D. 1962.Official FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA*

.' Phosphamidon can do this because it So isn't it silly to spray money away, hit ( E.Seal A.) SMYTHE LILLIAN IN CHANCERY C. BARRY NO. 4430 '

I doesn't kill by contact alone (though its conor miss, with ordinary 'sprays, when with By Clerk Julia of said R. Harvey Circuit Court Plaintiff

tact kill is spectacular). It_ is absorbed by the Phosphamidon, you just can't miss. Deputy Clerk PETER THEODORE BARRY

foliage and penetrates the entire upper part of :March 29 & April 5-U-19--Hc NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant:

, the Result: a "remote control" IN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TOt
plant'system. Helping the World Grow Better IN AND FOR FLAGLER COUNTY PETER THEODORE BARRY

",r kill that gets the hidden insects other sprays CASK! FLORIDA._ IN PROBATE,' Brooklyn 222 East New 8th Street York

,z miss. And the list of insects reads like an IN RE: Estate of You are hereby notified that, a
LEWIS J. SLAUGH. suit hall been flIed against you 'In
encyclopedia of potato pests:, Colorado Deceased the above entitled cause: and you

,, "- potato beetle (even the resistant, one), all ORTHOPhosphamidon TO NOTICE ALL PERSON OF' 'TOOHATB INTERESTED' are swer hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.an-

;I ,' varieties aphids, flea beetles, corn borers, IN THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT and to serve a copy thereof upon
: the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney
t' leaf hoppers, just about every insect that You are hereby notified that a whose name and address is:
,written instrument purporting to Ray Selden
I {l ._ sucks or chews. What's more, most,insects be the last will and testament of Selden Building:
decedent haa
been admitted to Daytona Beach Floridanot
It : . that are resistant to other sprays find Phos- probate in this court. You are later than April 5. A. D. 1362.
I : :. irresistible. hereby commanded within six calendar If you fail to do so,
I i. phamidon months from the date of the confesso! will be entered against
"; : As if this weren't enough Phosphamidon first publication of this notice to you for the relief demanded In the
.: ,:S- : appear in the Countv Judge' Court bill of complaint. The nature of
r "?,a and_ show cause If any you can I said suit being for divorce.
i : i,'; > ' CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY; ORTHO'DIVISION,P.O.Box 7067 Orlando. Florida: .:- -. why the action of this court in admitting I WITNESS my hand and seal of
.:'\ ; ... I' ..' "tJI '. said will to nrobate should said Court this 5th day of March
,,4-::(: J.- :- -_J lI -_ not stand unrevoked. A. D. 1962.Official .
t ., '" ..- J. 7 '. ,. ; Is, / T. K. MCKNIGHT ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
,; ."c''-'' ; .- ... ; S1'd 1 S County Judge Clerk of said Circuit Court

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The 11 hard parved scenes which begins July 1. Officers are I lawns the
Rotary Club Will Certified : extension specialistsays. -
I'; from the life of Christ in'the I I to be. elected by April 1. ,, Planting .

f.:... '" :Florida's Prince of(Silver Peace Springs Memorial'took art at 'Hear 4-H Speakers I j Guests at last week's meetingwere ;:Stoek Solves Many I I administered The certification by the program Division of is

{ :ist Paul Cunningham more 'than I ;[ : Red Patterson, Dundas,
The Rotary Club of Bunnell! Plant Industry. Growers who
20 years to finish ;jOontario I Canada; Albert Stapp, :Lawn Grass Problems I
will have its for 'their! cooperate in the
| as guests 'Crescent program plant
City; Bob Roberts of
f luncheon meeting today at 12:30 I I Von Bulow Ranch, and Jim Tay. : "Certified planting stock is ,the and matntain the grasses under .
! I at the Masonic Hall, finalists I lor of Hastings.Trimester. answer to many lawn problems precise conditions.
: CLASSIFIEDADS for the annual 4-H Club speak. !I! ," says Allen Wilson, turf
( The state makes frequent
f -
ing contest. Winners of the!i Ii i -specialist with the Florida Agricultural -
checks of the plots, and
junior group, Barbara Jean Pachej t Extension Service. :
I' (shipments ,of must
I I grass pass
and John Cody will give their [ Plans I II
I a final, thorough check before
The blue certification tag
of the I
; speeches as a part pro
JU.flnga under this beading areS ,I guarantees that the planting the certification tag .is awarded.
f-; .' : cents per word each Insertion* gram. Mike McMillan and Al- [Take Shape at U ofF I
.75 cents la minimum charge lids Tucker will also give their I 'stock is free of weeds, insects, "Look for the blue certification -
l|I With -rounj operation less and other Wilson explains. :
speeches as they compete for year pests i ij I tag," Wilson advises. "Thisis
FOR SALE-2 lots in Bunnell at first and second places. in the I I than seven months away, plans j Nine turfgrass varieties are !' your assurance of top qual I
.... the corner of Howe and Fig for the trimester at the University I
senior division.
available certified .
I I on a ity, pest-free planting material.
.Streets.' See Joe White, I of Florida are beginning to j
:4 phone
Judges for the event will be .basis.. These are improved va- Further information on the
t .ID '73688. March 29-2tc Jack Clegg, Rev. Bill Spicer, and take shape. .rities released over the past several turfgrass certification program .

r. FOR SALE-four 4-room houses John Cannon. I I The new calendar means that years by the University of is contained in the leaflet "Bet-

Anderson University facilities will be Florida Agricuultural Experi- : ter Lawns through Turfgrass
t4' can be placed on your mortgage J guests are: Gib ;
r free lots with nothing down and I Levi Brannam Gordon I available more frequently than ment Stations and the Tifton, .Certification..' Copies may be
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\ monthly payments. For further Shields, Hub Frier IJ;., T. Cook I before. During the 1962.63 school [Ga., Agricultural Experiment I: obtained from the Ornamental

Inormation call Glenn Miller, I Coy Harris, M:. B. Fuller, C. B. ![I year, the first trimester will Station. I Horticulture Department of the I
if Restaurant, Phone HE 9.2130, or!Eisenbach, Homer Brooks L. 1.1(r start Sept. 3 ands end Dec. 22; I, Included are new varieties of I University of Florida. The Department ii'

:home HE 9.2269; Mar 29-2tc I Gage, and Alfred Tucker. Invited the second Jan. 2 to April 20; St. Augustinegrass, zoysiagrass, also has available a f
r i. 'I guests ,have shown their,I the third April 24 to Aug. 10. I i and hybrid bermudagrass. All list' of certified turfgrass grow.
-: :LOST-Full grown Siamese Cat, interest in 4-H club work by i rate high for use on Florida I ers. I
:' white and black tips. Any inr -- During the third period there
contributing toward the prizes will also be two . . .. _. _. ._ I
: formation call HE 9-2205 special eight- 4 i- - - - - -- -- - - -
!:.' : please. offered to contestants. .- - -.---- - WbW Y.rM1.'tiYL'YNWFOR '
<. :March 2Sb-ltc I week terms with selected course I; 1
::. The Rotary Club is most hap- ALL IIfURS-DAY OR NIGHF
offerings. The first begins April I
hear the finals of the
f py to
: FOB SALE-Cash register in
24 and ends in mid-June; the
;good condition and two Formica speaking contest. I second June, 17 to Aug. 10,,, 1963. AMBULANCE
The club enjoyed two students
top tables. Call ID 7-3316, Mil-
PHONE< 4.1625
t Ton Motel. 3-29-ltc from the University of Florida Dean of Academic Affairs Robert -' SERVICE VAlley

. a\< their meeting last Thursday. 'I I B. Mautz said students will ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
:FOR SALE-Flagler Beach corner Theye were: Judith Ling and I I be spending the 'same amount
: lots, 100 x 150 on Daytona Sheldon Yavitch who represented I I of. time in the classroom as under Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia; Ambulance. We

,! ,, :and{ Central Ave., southeast cor- the Florida Blue Key Speakers. - the current system; credits I are always at Your service with promptness safety and

fi' pier, cash or terms, $300 down, Sheldon and Judith showed will be the same; registration experience.
', $20 ''a month (if on terms). a fine film on the research pro tl I fees for each trimester will remain H

k. :Mrs. Frances Kraus, 20 Ohio St., gram of' the University. Later I I the same as the old semester Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

Joliet, Illinois. 3-26-6 times they spoke to the student body rate., $113 for each,of the I

'k'' .- BANK REPOSSESSION 1961 of Bunnell High School. I 15-week sessions. The fee for : Garcia Funeral Home

v. The nominating committee one of the special sessions during -
ZIg-Zag Sewing Machine, sews P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral DirectorLADY
presented its slate of nominees the third trimester will
: forward and reverse, make button -
for the coming Rotary year I be $60. I I. ASSISTANT
holes, sews on buttons au \ -...........-......:............... WVWrtftJVWVWtftftfWWWWWWBCUPlltOlFT
:. somatically, embroiders and
f: monograms, assume 8 payments :

r of $7.75 per month to a responsible ,
:'., : person only. Write Credit
'\-\'- :Manager, Box 225, Daytona TASTE

FOR SALE-Coke box, meat ,'
, scale; 35 ton. garage shop press. Chevrolet want to pull out Chevy II Hungering for a car CQrll.air K you sparkto'sporty ""

!t" hone ID 7-3664, Bunnell. all stops-except price? The Jetthat's lovely, lively, easy to park things this one ought to fire you up .

JMarch 22-Tf, smooth Chevrolet serves up spacious, and pay for? Chevy II is all that, all but good. With the engine weight .;. ,
if, GET THE FACTS-Let us show gracious interiors, Body by Fisher right-and also winner of Car Life astern, the steering's as responsive

;you how we have helped others craftsmanship, Jet-smooth ride, new magazine's award for Engineering as a bicycle's and the traction's .:. I

it. .to ,become financially independeht .- V8 vinegar or 6 savings-and more. Excellence! Parallel to the shore: ferocious. As for the scat-wow! At ' '

ft selling Rawleigh Products. : On the ferry: an Impala Sport Sedan. a Nova 400 4-Door Station Wagon. the ramp: the Monza Club Coupe.
. Good locality now available in I

r =Tlagler Co. Write Rawleigh Dept.i ii. --

{i.". FAC-3GO-331, :Memphis, Tei\n. I w'r 1 ,'7/ -1; '

;March 22.29-2tp I I ,

HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom, J! .4 e .

j large living, dining area, car. :.....:. .k
: 'port and utility room, CBS on i itr I Y...,
: ' 100: x" 105 corner lot, 3U South I: ..5'S s
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: : Torsyth Street. 1-25-tf I It jY _

SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason-i I > r4'f/f/ #n' ,
t'" .able rates. George Jarosz, phone
ilD 7-3410. 11.2 to 4-26-tp .
f: : .JI: : #. *; '
f1' FOR ;BENT OR SALE-3 bedroom r '

r 'house at north end of Palmetto

E:.: Flagler Beach, on boat

J canals cool pleasant living, exceptional T1
value beautiful Interior zw
1''. j jf "
:t4 and exterior $90.00< per .r

L. ..', month for September 1 occu
,'I : tPancy. Contact present renters I /

or Alexander Lumber Co., Day-

. itona Beach, Florida7.20-TF
f it -
,, Ocean front housekeeping apart. \ \ -

f. ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms compete .,
: with linens and all utilities. R i c- 4r7,4:yx fivvrxrr v.

r, Sun ,deck fishing, swimming, 'a'. NtianiHFicc9Fw'- ::i"ita : :r:waycw4".i :iii: : > ..
.,.' loafing. Day, week or month.
;' Sun Sea :Manor, Flagler Beach. \.i\ ;
HE 9.2082 7.6tf
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C FOR BENT-furnisned 2 ... -.,:' i S .
E I :.. bedroom + i.e v w o 1
r .one bath. house, Daytona Ave.. -- .
x'o ,Flagler Beach. Completely ren- I

t'; .ovated. $65.00 per month. Keys :..:
it can be picked up at Sullivan's 1
.Gulf Station. Nov 10-U

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LOTS HOMES OCEAN FRONT. See the new Chevrolet, new Chevy II and new Corvair at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's .
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"See us for your real .state Beed* r
R_ r Office :Phone HE 9.2242 : .
Residence Phones ID 7-3691 "
'M1r' .
:,: .. or ID 7-3517 _.'- TELEPHONE ID 7-3131' BUNNELL FLORIDArr"


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