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Title: Flagler Tribune
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 19, 1962
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t I VOLUME; 50, NO.- 15 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962 .. s $2.50A YEAR



r New Pier House I NEW BUILDING PHARMACY IS I Commmission I REV.SPEAK PINNER TO ROTARY WILL Tax Assessor


Plans Accepted DEDICATEDThe Votes $1,000 for I i I Rev. Thomas Pinner, pastor of Approves Plan 1.

University of Florida's re- !the First Baptist Church of Bun-

: By Beach Board' cently completed College of .I Athletic FieldThe I I nell, will be the guest speakerat For RevaluationDiscussing
Pharmacy was dedicated in a the regular luncheon meeting

fitting ceremony Tuesday. The 'of the Rotary Club Thursday at

Flagler Beach Town Commissioners new building is part of the $20- Bunnell City Commissionvoted 12:30 in,.the ,Masonic Hall. with D. D. Moody,
accepted the architect's 000 J. Hillis Miller Health Cen- at its meeting Monday :
Flagler County's Tax Assessor,
The Rev. Mr. Pinner is well
\\1 plans at their meeting Thursday ter in Gainesville. evening to increase its contribu- the current question to whetheror

'\ and voted to advertise for bids Baya Harrison, chairman of tion to'$1,000 on. the repairs and held known membership to club members in (the, having club. not a complete revaluation: of

tor cohslriietioh ,of. the new pier. the,Board of Control, dedicatedthe improvements to the municipal He will speak to the group on property in this ,county-and by :
;, house building. new structure following an football stadium. They had voted -
professional appraisers Moody
the Easter theme. He will be
'May 3rd was set to receive address by Dr.: George F. Arch- at a previous meeting to introduced by Program Chairman authorized the following state- ,

bids and let the contract for the ambault, president of the American give only ,$800. Clifford McGriff. for publication:
building. The building plans Pharmaceutical Association. Supt. of Public Instruction Z. ;

call for a 42 by 88 foot building Graduates< of the College of I D, Holland appeared before the Tom Lenssen, secretary, at "I have been your tax assessor

' of modern concrete block con- Pharmacy prior to and including board with plans ,for the new tended a district assembly Sun- [for the past 30 years, and I
and of this week
day Monday
struction. It will house a snack the 1937 class were honored at lighting system and other ,im- know there should have been,

bar, tackle shop concession a banquet Qn Monday evening. provements to the field. He also in Tallahassee. This meeting is before now, a complete revaluation :
held to
lockers, and the pier gate. It George M. Moody, owner of asked for a lease on the field annually acquaint new of property in Flagler Coun-
presidents and secretaries with
r will be located on the north side :Moody's Pharmacy here, went to for: the school so money could ty. However, I have not had the
details of administration for.the
of the pier at the entrance. Gainesvile to participate in the be spent from the school ath- trained personnel nor sufficient

The county work crew began ceremonies. He was a member letic fund on required repairs. coming year. funds to do this. While I have

work Monday morning ,taking of the class of 1936. Commission Attorney H. T. Cook The meeting was presided over done all that I possibly could I
Governor Frank Hancock of
down.the old pier house in preparation was instructed to prepare the by under the existing conditions, I
Palatka district of Rotary
r to setting piling for the necessary papers. *" governor the inequities have gradually

'new. building. FTA SponsoringEaster Mr. Holland, also said theount District 694. increased, over the years, to an

had graded and leveled ,unreasonable number. '

ParadeThe I the field. Workers will begin
"I feel certain that what Is
sprigging the field with grass Church
Zoning Change Thursday or Friday' of this week. Baptist absolutely necessary for a fair
Teachers of America and impartial revaluation is the

He reported a,sufficient amountof
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From Residence Club is sponsoring'the annual fertilizer had been donated. employment of professional appraisers -
Easter' Prade and Talent Show Group Sponsors who own no property
"Several
donations have been
i. To .Business Saturday, April 21, at 7:30 p, m. received ,toward fixing up the here and who would be under
The show will be in the Bun no pressure to favor one prop
field and
anyone wishing to do Concert
nell High School FridayThe erty
gym. nate owner over another
send their contributions
O. F. Alford, real estate broker, may -
.Susan Brannam is the "Therefore
Mary: to the Athletic Fund in care having always
t'. representing a corporation; appeared announcer and the club members of Coachs Bo Manuel or Cliff Baptist Training Programwill worked for the best interests

before the city commls- will be, the 'usherettes during McGriff."' It was estimated thatit sponsor a concert Friday development of Flagler County,
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t. slon Monday night and asked the parade.In ) will require about $3,000 to evening at 8 o'clock, April 20, at I now sincerely urge that the
for rezoning lots two through 11, previous parades there the the First'Baptist Church in Bun- revaluation ,be made as stated i
' put field in good shape.
In .Block.,56. The area.* is.jnow there-yiaVe.t, :been kin ..and .. .. ;a... .. :' .. pelle The Is,open ,to the, ,above. It is my understanding *
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'. ,a r I g| ential.zone 1h'f'iwasrequested .qU enssen ;fmni r1 th ff-:age e- '- -' --

to change zoning groups eligible, which, is 'up to City RejectsClaim j admission charge nor collection. PaM over a period of years, at
to business. and including kindergarten. This The, program will feature: four a small annual cost and that' ,'
,. Mr. Alford said 'he was' not artists for,; three selections each the Board of County Commissioners II
year everyone who enters will of. $400
prepared, ,at this time, to give i receive a prize and no king or and will last about 45 minutes.A have the !authority, un- ,I
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the nature of the businesses, but reception will be held after der Florida law, to provide the
will be chosen Entrants
queen '
he had been assured it would may register with Susan Wads- For Woods. FireThe the concert and all attending the funds to cover the cost."

f bedesirabie construction and occupancy program are invited to attend The discussion was in relationto
worth :by the deadline which is
Thursday. city commission receiveda the: reception.The a general public meeting to

The city commission authorized the there claim for $400 from L. E., program will feature: be held to go into the :various
k the city clerk to post notices Following parade Wadsworth at their Monday David Brown on the baritone phases of revaluation in the
will be'a Talent Show. This
r. at the post office court- night meeting. The claim was horn; Odell Cfegg as soprano; near future.
consists of divisions
f house; and the city building no. 'and two high school. ,Prizes elementary tor fire damage to ten acres of Ray Mercer, organist; and Sam- i i
t tifying the public of a hearing mie Whitaker at' the piano and j
will be awarded to winners in land near the city garbage
,.: held at the next commission I David Brown is
to be Wadsworth's organ. a mem-
of Bunnell.
both divisions. wishingto dump east -
Those
'I meeting on May 7 to ,re- enter the talent show should claim was for damage ber of Bunnell High School City Commission I
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zone. I Band where he has been rated
sustained from two fires January
contact Green.Assignement on '
t The property faces Highway 11 Dianne 15 and February. 15., which superior as a baritone soloist.He .
t between Bacher' and Chapel Sts. he claimed was started at the directed the Youth Choir during Discusses Water
includes all lots 1 Church Youth
', and except city dump. First Baptist

:and 12 on the south. end of the For The commissioners were ad- Week.

block. vised by their attorney, H. T. Odell Clegg is soloist in the Situation Here
Dr.,John M. CanakatIs also appeared choir of First Baptist Church in
New School
Pupils Cook, that the claims were not I
I before participatedas
Hastings.
proof that the city was liable. Bunnell commissioners held a j
i requesting the city to place a Parents of all children who The commissioners ,also in- a soloist in various concerts' discussion on the water situation I

'.. 36-foot drain pipe on ,Howe Ave. will enter kindergarten or' first structed the superintendent to and programs in Bunnell, Day- in Bunnell at their meet !

at Chapel St. Dr. Canakaris said i grade for the 1962-63 school, year place a gate with locks on the tona Beach, St. Augustine and ing Monday night.Commissioners I

he was preparing the land to are requested to report to the entrance to the dump from highway Jacksonville.Ray reported surveys :

begin construction on apartment pupil assignment office on the 11. Also a sign reading' Mercer is organist for the of the conditions and after '

I houses in that block. second floor of the courthouse "open on Monday, Wednesday, First Methodist Church of Bun- discussion voted to contact a ,

Wednesday and ,Friday, April and Friday." nell where he also serves as meter company representativeto
25 and 27 between the hours of chairman of the Board' of Stew
letter attend the next meeting The
Coleman They also heard read a i
Henry 8:30:( and 4:30 P.M. This is necessary from James McDonogh criticiz ards. He is organist for Bunnell board plans to buy more meters I

to comply with the Florida his Masonic Lodge. be in the south end I!
ing the city lax levy on i to placed
P.-T. A. SpeakerHenry Pupil Assignment Law. property. No action was taken.They'voted ., Sammie Whitaker is a music .of town where 'a number of {!
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at Florida State University '
major
Children who attended kinder to purchase a new families use water from one

Coleman, president of I Ir garten this year will automatically lawn mower at an approximatecost at Tallahassee. Last sum faucet, with no minimum charge.
Florida State Chamber of Com be assigned to first grade of $200.Discussed mer she was director of choirsat With 90 consumers in that area >

merce, was guest speaker at the, and parents of these children and voted to order the First Baptist Church here there are only seven meters. ;

Bunnell Parent-Teacher AssocIa- need not apply' again: for as oil for sealing the city paved which position she held while Water Supt. Gene Barber reported I

tion meeting Thursday night. signment. streets; lots and ditch cleaningin attending high school here. the Water table very low
chiefof Mr. Ted Weber choir director,, at this time. He said the
Mr. Coleman's subject was Com- the city; and instructed pumps
munism. Any child who has not previously police to investigate lights on I will accompany the soprano and have a capacity of 150 gallonsa

New;officers were installed at attended kindergartenand the south end of town. baritone soloists. minute In normal times but

the meeting with Mrs. Emma who will enter either kindergarten Property revaluation was discussed because of the low water table

Murray serving as installing of- or first grade must be by members of the com- PENTECOSTALCHURCH they are only pumping about. 60

ficer. Installed as president was assigned by the county assIgn- mission but no official action WILL gallons a minute. .

t Shelton Brooks; Mrs. C. B. Eisen- ment office.A was taken. Shelton Barber ask- The board voted to purchasean .1
t discussion the sub HOLD WORK DAY Air Pac and air cylinder for '
bach. vice president; MrsBetty birth certificate will be ed for a on

White secretary; and :Mrs. Betty helpful but is not required for ject. H. V. Peavy offered a sug The Pentecostal Church will the fire department. The maskis

Steflik treasurer. assignment purposes. Birth certificates gestion that a 10 to 15 per cent have a work-day at the churchon used by firemen entering

This was the last meeting of are required, however, valuation be added to the pres- Saturday, April 21. They will smoke filled rooms and will cost :

4 PTA for this school year. to register pupils at schools for ent valuation which is consid- begin work at 8 A-M* and con- about $300. This will replace .
ered to be 50% of value. After tinue throughout the day. some of the materials for the fire :
the first time. I
f' EASTER COMMUNION discussion C. B. Eisenbach said Work to be done includes lay- department,budget which which '

i SERVICE TONIGHT The cooperation of all.parents he thought if the job is done bya ing blocks for the Sunday School they will not need this year. i
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,, Easter Communion .Services of pupils who will be in kinder- recognized outside firm it will.building and putting- roof on Dishes for the new kitchen in

F will be held at the -Bunnell garten or first grade and who pay in the long run. They decided -! the church building: the civic center were discussedand

Methodist Church from 7 to 8 have not. previously assigned is to continue the discussion I II I The new church building Is Levi Brannam was named

o'clock tonight. {earnestly requested. at later meetings. I being built on Deen Road. chairman of the dish committee.






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PAGE __THE FLAGLER_TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday April 19,. 1962 .
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,- ,'.' I meeting held by the city recre- see the new football field with I CODY DOZIER HITTING

J, ation department. After the elec- new lights. Also the Softball I I WINS FOR SLUGGERSJ.

r, tion plans were made for the diamond will be used for the Cody, two triples and Mike
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season. midget league games. I Dozier two two base hits helped

I t., Four teams will be entered. Next week a rundown of the the Young, Sluggers from going

Last year's champs, Wadsworth teams will be given. (Continued on page 8)

, Lumber Co., is to be managedby

'': I Cliff Sheffield. Runnerup,
; By Leslie Pacha Flagler Clinic & Hospital by

,Tom Wilder's Beach Rebels*P. Barrow 200 i'James Whittaker; First Baptist I) AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1[ : JI
,Church by Johnny Mercer. The
I ...> midget, team, scoring runs in I C. Wertherington. 212R. .'fourth team is a team from Se- _.- _

every inning, defeated the Revels 100.{:ville. The opening game will!AIR CONDITIONING-HEATING II |ELECTRIC SERVICE

panthers midget of Bunnell. |G. Worley 10.0 'be on May 7th at 8 P. M.
FLORIDA AIR i .
I Iii' M. Durrance 200 I PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE.
:" The Rebels played nice ball, C.. Dozier 200 I Last season the league had CONDITIONING CO. \ BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANYRESIDENTIAL

.. _. and all their players looked! one of its best seasons. Gale Of Daytona Inc. I INDUSTRIAL
j'i,, good: Some looked very good.t. TOTAL 181 41 I Mercer will. be missed Gale AIR CONDITIpNINGHEATING I COMMERCIAL A MAINTENANCECALL

The Panthers were just, picked!,Innings 1 2' 3 4 5 'R H''pitched two shutouts. Smiling GENERAL SHEET METAL HUBERT PELLICERID
up and the boys were tryingout Rebels 31223113 Jimmy Ward will also be miss "We're Proud of Our Work" '7-3301 DAY 1D7-3448 NIGTTPGARDEN
for the team. Also some of, 4 ed. Ward was batting champ 330 Walker. Holly Hill OR 7-6120
:Panthers 0 1 0001
the little league rules were being last year with a 533 average. SHOP
C. Wertherington 3 base hit AUTO SERVICE
'used for the first time. 'I Some of the league records set
Gray's Garden Center
will be up for teams to break. McDANIEL'S
The game was a lot of experience -I j i BULLDOGS SURPRISE I Headquarter for Gardening NeetlaCeramlc8.
Big Sammy Bertha two one-
Service Station Gifts Dry Arrangement '
for the Both'teamsplayed ,
boys. I:DELAND TRACK TEAM hit games, 7 strikeouts in a row, Materials '
,- in good sportsmanship I i Bunnell Bulldogs captured sec- and 57 for the season. Big Sam- STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 'Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers ,

manner. The Panthers..will give 'ond place and took, four first my will be pitching for the Hos- Tires-Batteries-Minor Repairs TORO LAWN MOWERS

the Rebels a.return game at the II places in a three-way track pital. Wadsworth had a 10-game Bunnell ID 7-7119 I I 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph.ORMOND'OR 7-061 i

beach. meet at the Stetson Universitytrack winning streak. Jimmy Hargett,
Rebels Ab R H April 10. Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I
500 hitter; G. Rabble 615 hitter; HARDWARE
?McNab 42 0 I j I Seabreeze Sandcrabs won first D. Metts 400 hitter, :and J. I.

'Burns 402 place and DeLand took third. Sheffield 387. All will be back GULF TIRES BATTERIES I,THAT FAMOUS PAINT "
Yovanoff 412 place. Harry Kuleski won three I
in action. Also old Charlton. Open 7 A.M.-10 P.M.-7 Days Exclusively at
Yovanoff,, P. 220. I firsts for Bunnell taking the 100- Wall and Bill Cummins.
I' State&Lambert US 1 ID 7-7190 I (
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FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
McDariiel 00 0]I' yard dash in 10.*; high jump, Opening day schedule will be II I: 1

McDaniel ' 31 0' 5.6; and broad jump, 19.3. Paul Wadsworth and Clinic. Also an Colonial Service StationEARL. :
Gordon 'j' *, 1.1 0 Staton took first in the mile in 'I
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is made
opening day plan being I
Flagler Beach HE 92103
' E. RICE, ProprietorGASOILLUBRICATION
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Marzinko -'..,. A.-1 2 0 5086. Rudy. Stula came in sec' by President King and the Recreation I
McNitt 2 1 01| ond in the 880 run. Department. The soft- 1 I ,,
MOTOR TUNE-UP
Owens 0 1 0 i I I The Bulldogs will be in a con ball diamond is beinf fixed up GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIESU.S. I Village, Hardwar. Center :
= 200 HOUSE PAINTS
Smith ference meet in Jacksonville on
and fans will have a chance toI HIWAY 1 BUNNELLED'S
e. Fleurie v l 0 0 0 April 25. I am looking for the j, Match and mix any colorBuilder's '
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I boys to capture: that meet. They I Supplies Eitchenwore
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TOTL 23 11 31 s have been working out for it. F. GIFTS GREETING CARDS
PURE OIL STATION
Panthers Ab R H I E. AlA Ormond. Beach CL 2-0420.
I Specializing in Wash & Waxing
M. Dozier ,f 2 1 JO :HERSCHEL KING PRESIDENTOF Estate Broker.1-.1Reglstel'ed Batteries-Accessories
J. Roberson :' 200 SUMMER SOFTBALL ;1 JEWELER
MINOR REPAIRS
D. Pellicer 200 j i Herschel King was elected by I Bunnell. Florida Bunnell \ .

.B. Harris 20 li 1 I players attending a Softball ...-.-.-.-....._............................. U.S. llwy. 1- -ID 7-3138 I I BRENNAN Jewelers
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I LOUNGES {Watches-Jewelry-Clocks Repaired

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I .' l',_ & Mary Shultz. Props. ,! $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment:
0 PACKAGE GOODS :1 R. S. ROBENBERRY Owner (
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. Your whole family will love the modern-day comfort and BOTTLE or BULK I SUE-Z-Q RESTAURANT t
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HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
no worry...you'n always have lots of hot water in PHONE ID 7-3551 OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

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146 S. Atlantic Ormond
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p in..none is wasted up the flue. This spells ECONOMY. ,. I RIGHT ON THE BEACH
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There is no open flame or constant-burning pilot flame to : -" ? Shrimp.Steak.Chops-chlckeD
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: It's the only kind that gives priceless peace of mind..the I Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray RestaurantA1A

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Thursday, April ,19, 1962 ,THE 'FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE a aI


Letters: To. EditorBunnell I I I II I I



I' April 12,,Florida'1962 : \ SAVES MONEY t

, ;Dear Editor 3 marB

: Since your editorial in the recent yVYISAXSSrJS :{AtSY tt ,
issue of The Flagler,Tri-
j' tune, ,about assessing taxes, a :: ?.r> Ytitih'irrr:; sA
:number of, people. have askedjne T OUR
what the. Board is going to

I .do about it and 'when I, as ...
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Chairman of the Board, was going
It : to call a meeting. '

As of the time of the writingof I
\
this letter, neither the Tax (
1 Assessor, Committee of ,100, nor .. 0 FOOD SALE '
1 .any of the organizations adopting

the resolutions, has,done the .
. Board the courtesy of submitting .
' -th ir resolutions to the, Board. + t ,

, :,Neither q has there been any verb kr .,.....,........:..' : ,:.
al request for such a meeting. '' .: " '
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The only information I have is 1 .,,'. ', l:: 0.it
! what I read in the papers and I +! .
: hear on. the streets.
' As information, the Board I 4iTt1r SHELTON GROCERY

'. ilblds regular meetings at 9:00 II ..
A.M. the first Monday of each ' '
I : :. Grade "A" Large
"' : month and the public is always -
welcome to attend.I .

<. must admit that the methods .iLi1X\ZLEGGS 2 doz. 89
', being used cause me to
wonder if the issue is in a true

interest of progress ,of the county Wilson's Certified Chick Chick _
or just an Instrument. of partisan .
0 politics.-. Whole or Shank HalfHAM EGG DYE pkg. fOe
. Personaly believe that the 1
:taxes should be assessed equitably W-k;;
with no favoritism for any .
group of tax payers. I further FANCY FRESH PRODUCE
.feel that hte Tax Assessor has M' /qpu: Ib.Ib.
: Extra TenderYELLOW
full authority, as well as duty Fancy
and obligation, to assess, taxes
.. -equitably and fairly. T _ CORN 6 ear.5
Very truly yours, Center Cut., Slices I
U. S. No.1 Fla.ORANGES.
John A. Clegg.CC .
: County Commissioners HAM 79* 5 1b.g2ge
Committee of 100

Tax Assessor. Small Young Grade A California

.' Believes Its Time To Reorganize AVOCADOS 2

I An Reorganize"article entitled by David"It Is TimeTo Law HEN: TURKEYS: Ib. 43, for 35e .


, rence U.S. News in: pie and Apr0y16th World Report issue, of if Grader'A' 0 Small.... ... ..".', ."... ....."",.... .... ..0' MAXWELL, ...... _HOUSE"" *"1Jt,.,%. ...
read' by every voter: in Flagler' ROASTING CHICKENS Ib. 3Se "
.' ... County and applied to our local "' 11b one
r problem, would make for Close Trim Fresh ; '. C '
,;.- real progress in the area. I ': 0,( 0 ee can
PORK HAMS : : Uv
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I'ts TIME TO REORGANIZEthe Lykes Sugar Creek World's 'Best'

executive_ departments and FRANKS' 1 Ib. pkg. 47? :- Hamburger Ibs.- 1.39 Limit One with $7.00 Food order or more

agencies_ of of the Federal, Government. .
t Crisprite Ocean Spray Tall Can

,, The inefficinncY is incredible. CRANBERRY
;' The waste is unconscionable.The BREAKFAST BACON 1 lb. tray 49
SAUCE
,2 390
injury to the public is incalcul for
0' able. .....-.
!'; .' "The blame cannot be Justly Sunlite Dole No. 2 Can ''::'. .'

imposed on any one Adminis SLICED "
;,. tration.- The situation is the result TOMATOES' 303 can 10$ .
of habits formed through PINEAPPLE 35e
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: ...' the years of .a growing govern- Limit 4, Please .
ment" and a growing popula Heavy DutyREYNOLDS
tion.
The delay in administrative Bake Your Best With WRAP 5ge
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-ORMOND PRESCRIPTION MM : Kraft 10 oz. Jet PuffedMARSHMALLOWS, '

PHARMACYSick
Room Supplies-Sundries Limit One with $7.00 Food order or more ea. 23e
HOSPITAL SUPPLIES v
., 24-Hour ,Prescription: Service. Giant Size,
Free Delivery in Flagler Beach
. Rt A1A_1 ml. North' of IWipS
ORMOND BEACH-TeL_ OR T1661THE
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OUTBOARDERAuthorized with purchase of ea
2 lbs. Our Own Fresh '
Evlnrude Dealer Pure Pork Sausage ,
BOATS ACCESSORIES REPAIRS ..
and this
coupon Limit One with $7.00 Food order or more .
Dockage Storage" Free Ramp Coupon void 4-21-62 '

,. WE FINANCE .I Sunshine 2l/ glass Birds Eye 10 oz pkg. ,

825 Ballou'ch Rd-Daytona- = GREEN PEAS 2 39C
PICKLED PEACHES ea.35c 'for
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QJIjr dingier SribunrBClflCELL ,rop VALUE STAMPS ." Birds Eye 1 lb. Cup ,. R. :"j'
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of Duke Tall Can WHOLE ". .
with, the purchase

h *' FLORIDA. I Qt. Dukes Oil DOG FOOD 13 for88C STRAWBERRIES ea.- 45cVegetable

MRS. M. B. FULLER Editor & this '
coupon \ \ \ "" ;
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Pablte.tta
DeaI..ate4 OMcUl .
f.r Pvblle Wetlre* .t Fl ater I Reserved ;

CMty.a.4 tie AIaateipaltttee State .t, Fl.tfcereU*.... 50 FREE 1 Prices Good il

matte TOP ,VALUE STAMPS; Gfi. APR: ,19-20-21, 1962 I
Entered a..e..d el M
with $5.00'or more l
Febraary .ISIS,at Oft .e-t.fle Store Hour
food order SHELTON SUPER
at Baaaett. FtovMa. uafer aet .tWee.
... and ,this coupon
. Week
a 18T8.OM 8a.m.-6:45p.m
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/ METHODIST CHURCH NEWS j I j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hendershotand I r JOHN R. NAURIGHTJohn tI
: Communion service* will be Mr. and Mrs. Roland Martin

t held Thursday evening at 7:30 from Marietta, Ga., were R. Nauright, 52, of St.
I(I
fager vac in the new church building. i!weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Augustine, died suddenly Sun

Everyone is invited to attend. :. C. W. Duncan. :Mrs. Hendershot I I day afternoon. He was born in-

:t.' LUNA BABBITT i; Baptismal service was held :''is' Mr. Duncan's sister and Mrs. I,Morristown, N. J.

; I I Sunday by Rev. R. N. Hoover. ::Martin his niece.
..t' Telephone HEmlock 9-2033 : I Those children being Baptiszedwere I I I I' He is survived by his wife

..f : Bruce and Steven Arnold,1 Mr. and Mrs. Alec Stewart Pearle; his mother, Mrs. Florida t-

FIREMEN PLAN DANCE ;:'MIL AND MBS. PATTERSON Derese, Sandra, and Wayne 11!and Rev. and Mrs. R. N. Hoover Rogers; a daughter, Glenda Lee ;
!I r'CELEBRATE'I 43rd. WEDDING' Owens, Donna and Joyce Whit- spent several days in Jacksonville Nauright, all of St Augustine; t!'

The Flagler Beach Recreation j ANNIVERSARYMr. ney, Susie Peterson and Dale I, visiting the Hoover's a son, John Jr., Army, Ft. Polk,
Center is the setting for a dance j Johnson. I I daughter and family, Mr. and La.; a sister, Mrs. Helen Menten

sponsored by the Flagler Beach and Mrs. Herbert Patter Reception of new members will Mrs. Lee Rooney and daughters. St Augustine; a brother, Ralph,.
Fire I I son, who are house guests of I
Department.The be during the Easter Sunday! Galveston, Texas.
dance is set for April 27th, .their son in law and daughter, I service. i i ..
9:30 P.M. to 1 A. M. Tickets are I,Mr. and Mrs. George M. Moody, worship I l REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA He is the son in law of Mrs.
The church school will have Bertha Grimes of Bunnell and
available from any member or!;celebrated their 43rd wedding I
an Easter egg hunt at the home i The Republic of Indonesia the brother in law of Mrs. Clyde
call Mrs. Pete Peterson or Mrs. I I!anniversary Saturday. They
of Rev. and Mrs. R. N. Hoover ranks as Southeast Asia's big. Lewis Mrs. Mercer and
Hugh Arnold. Dance chairman, !!.!were dinner guests of Mr. and I I Johnny
Saturday at 2:30 P. M. i gest, most populous nation. Its Mrs. T. K. McKnlght of Bunnell.
Mrs. Ray Lehr, has lined up the :Mrs. Moody at Club 92 during :
Everyone is invited to attend
92 million people represent a
"Ocean Rocks" to play for the I the evening. church school at 9:30 and Easter![dozen ethnic groups, scattered Funeral service was at 2 P.M.

dance. I I I worship service at 10:30 A.M. I I across some 3,000 equatorial 1s.I Tuesday at the Ancient Baptist 1
WSCS MET LAST SATURDAY
There will be special music by I lands. At the end of 1960, only Church and interment was in

WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS | The Woman's Society of Christian the choir.BAPTIST 10,000 Dutch citizens were left I Evergreen Cemetery. Craig-

"The Land of Enchanement"was : Service met in the new in this former colonial posses. Funeral Home was in charge.

the theme for the instal. I I[Methodist Church Thursday with CHURCH NEWS 1:sion of the Netherlands. I
. I[ Sunrise Service will be held I --- -- -
lation of officers for the Wom I Mrs. Bernie Wilson presiding. I I
\ an's Club at their meeting d. 1:Mrs. Inez Crenshaw was hostess. 'at the First Baptist Church at I

nesday. The meeting was at the i Reports were made' by several 6:30 A.M. Easter Sunday.

club house at 2 o'clock. :secretaries. Sunday night there will be a I RIA A. JOHNSTONFor
r special Easter Song Service at
I
Ii Mrs. Reynold Hoover was
Officers installed were: Mrs.H. i the church at 7:30. It will be I

G. White, president; Mrs. I was charge an of Easter the Candlelight program In'l I directed by Judson Stryker and Member School Board District No. 1 \

Jasper White, first vice presi- assisted guest pianist will be Mrs. Ray
ice. Those members who -
dent; Mrs.Kenneth Givens, second Lehr. of County. t tI
resident Flagler
here were: Mrs. Hugh Arnoldas I am a lifelong
vice president; Mrs. Charles
Ash Wednesday; Mrs. Jack
Sindelar, recording secretary; Visitors to Gainesville duringthe .')
& Meekins as Palm Sunday; Mrs. I I am the mother of three teenage school children.
Mrs. Charles Bondy, treasurer,t( past week were: Mr. and
Inez Crenshaw as Maundy
and Mrs. Vernon Haines, ,corresponding j It I Mrs. George Moody, Sr., Mr. and
[Thursday. Schools and the
in
educated County
I was Flagler
secretary. Mrs. George Miles Moody, Arthur -
Mrs. Keith Lovell Good Friday Women at Tallahassee.I .
as Florida State College for
I I Babbitt, Mrs. Tom Lee, Mrs. .
Prior to the 2 o'clock meeting; ; Mrs. Harry Treadwell as I .
Mae, Shill, Rev. and Mrs. Atlee I
an "April .Showers" luncheon Easter; and ,:Mrs. George Moody, Stevens, Bill Babbitt, Mrs. Leon am a member the Methodist Church and a mem-
was at the Ocean Spray Restau.j'r Sr. Ascension Day and Mrs. .
as ; ard Johnson,, and Mr. and Mrs. ber of it's board. .
rant. Mrs. Clarence was Bernie Wilson as Pentecost. Mrs.
I Leonard Moody. They were visiting
I
reservations chairman.On Hoover Easter Meditation.
'I was with Mrs. Arthur Babbitt I am a teacher in Sunday School and Past Super-
Monday, April 16, the executive i Mrs. Clarence Schultz sang a
who is a patient at the Univers intendent of the Sunday School.I .
board consisting of Mrs. solo and Mrs. Ray Lehr was organist -
I ity Teaching Hospital for medi-
Philip Kester, Mrs. Harold Massie. I
cal treatment. I
t and for the
have served faithfully diligently
Mrs. H. G. Heydt, Mrs. Jas. Stoves, refrigerator, silverware rd you
two and one-half the School Board.
past years on
per White, Mrs. Ben Clay, and and a coffee ,urn-all new Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Moody
and one-half Chairman.
The past one years as
Mrs. Paul Kelly, were hostesses bought by the WSCS for the entertained with' an informal
at a luncheon for the incoming kitchen-were on display during
party Saturday evening honorIng -
,
)StIl'V""'" "'OJ' fK'Ut.\ve..board.: __ ....... ",": %'--'-.,'''''?'<-j-1l: ,.l the4meettng.-"Hostesses$for 4 the I Ii Mr. .ana Mrs.T"Albertr"Cobb ti-I have through knowledge ,of the intricate-opera-"' i
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At ,meeting held last week 1 i May meeting will be Mrs. Harry who were visiting' here' from tion of the'sSchool' System. '''This has"been accomplished .

the nominating committee, with I;!Treadwell and Mrs. Fred Marks. Washington, D. C. I. by careful study of the laws and regulations t

:Mrs.Myrtle Streeter as chair-I Oother guests included Mr. that govern its operation. \

man, and Mrs. Ernest Buteux, I Mrs. Reynold N. Hoover was and Mrs. Herbert Patterson who (

Mrs. May Hendren, and Mrs.! chosen as a delegate to the were celebrating their '34rd wed I have and will continue to work hard to provide

Vernon' Haines, presented their I I Florida State WSCS meeting in ding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. qualtiy education for our children. I

slate of officers. I St. Petersburg for three days George M. Moody and :Mr. and .

Hostesses for the meeting were: next week. She will leave next, Mrs. Walter Morris. I am qualified in every respect to perform all the
Mrs. Ray Lehr, Miss Flora Gage, I Tuesday. .,
I : required duties of the office and have the time to
and Miss Emily Gage. devote to those duties.
Plans were made to establisha Mr. and Mrs. L. White from I
THE BOOK NOOK"The
summer library for members, Greensboro, N.C., and Mrs. Ar
Your Vote for RIA A. JOHNSTON is vote for
visitors and resi thur Dawkins a
from
Flagler county Fayetteville, Gallant- Mrs. Stonewall"By
,dents. This is a community N. C., stopped overnight this Harnett T. Kane Quality'Education and will be appreciatedPaid

service project and no charge for past week with Mrs. White's sister ( Political Adv.) /

books. .. and brother in law, Mr. and This is a novel based on the '
Mrs. Jack Meekins. The North I __ __ ,_
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: lives of General and Mrs. Stonewall
< A baby daughter was born to Carolinans are touring Florida. I
:Mrs. Gene Spivey Tuesday in I Jackson. In this story Har-

the East Coast Hospital. She Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Scheffler nett T. Kane shows what an up- VOTE FOR AND ELECT .
weighed six pounds and six left last week to spend the sum- hill road Jackson and Anna '

ounceS. She has been named mer at their home in South; walked from the beginning. )

-Virginia Beth. hapton, L. I., N. Y. Howard J. Wisehaupt
When married the soldier-
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professor, she had to face ridicule -
from old friends. But Anna YOUR REPRESENTATIVE TO THE

.. WE INVITE YOU TO Jackson stood by her husband
loyally-: and when he suddenly FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

SEE WHAT A, FEW emerged in the War Between the

",DOLLARS. CAN MEANIN States as one of the greatest .""IT' IS A VOTE FOR PROGRESS" >I>
f- strategists of all time, she know
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THE QUALITY OF A fulfillment and triumph beyond s.

fulfillment and triumph beyondher is NOT
highest hopes.At HE A LAWYER ,


K E E could her feel husband's nothing death but heart Anna "He Will Carry The C..i'M.ls I

break. But she knew that life

must go on for herself and her View To The Legislature.
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daughter.She knew she would

always have many wonderful

POWERS MOWERS memories of her husband and
r' HE WILL REPRESENT NO SPECIAL GROUP. BUT
the things they had done to-

t. gether.In ALL OF THE PEOPLE, RICH AND POOR- ALIKE.
t. : "THE KEY TO BETTER MOWING
1915, with members of her
HE WILL ADD DIGNITY, GRACE AND
Snapper mowers are built to family around her Anna Jack- -
highest quality standards, to son died in Charlotte. In CULTURE AND WILL COMMAND THE_ '

give of trouble-free death she returned, as had her .
you years RESPECT OF HIS ASSOCIATES. -
service and lawnmowing satlsi ... husband, to the Virginia town .. ft 1
J faction. Isn't that what you. in which their life together had 1

buy a mower for? Let us show centered. The Virginia Military "LET'S HAVE A CHANGE" ,

you these fine mowers. sizes provided an honor guard to es-

20" to _25". hand-propelled, cort her body to LeXIngton.There .
GIVE YOUR VOTE FOR PROGRESS
self-propelled or riding types. she rests today beside

her husband, in the quiet ceme-

tery with the eternal! hills as FRIENDS FOR PROGRESSPaid

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COPELAND'S OR Center Cut Western
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WILSON'S CERTIFIED SMOKED
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HAMS J 49 I Palm River ''
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COFFEE .. I. CRISCO I :
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can 2 79 ; ;
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loaw'aiian'.Pun. h< '3' for $- .Shurfine.EVAP'MilX., ,. ,;,:-.:: -.. ?- ., ;3 cans 39C

21/2 Can OsagePEACHES Food KingOLEO I ./' .."

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Southern Yams- 5, for Sparky's ''; ,,, ""':".-.: ', '.

303 Can Del Monte . > lb.
CHARCOAL : 10 Sge
Early DA s < 5 for I : :> .';;" bag

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10 oz. Birds EyeSTRAWBERRIES ,
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I ''Letter" To .EditorContinued strangled in its growth to the Bunnell had: 1030 in 1940 !j I[I should look forward to a town, I I Morethan, eight railway cars
west by thousands of acres of 1341 in 1950 I!of 10,000 in 1972. of minerals are carried away.
I 1.J land held out of production and 1860 in 1960 i I{t 'each 24 hours by the 600,000,000 .
.J ( from page 3) use. An examination of the is gaining at the.rate- of 38.7 percent The kind of development we gallon flow of water from Flor- .j.
I
l' have will be determined the
r by
facts will show that one large ida's. Silver Springs. .
in the last 10 years or 3.87 j
action with the Town and '
I State |:kind of planning -we do now.
is little j jin I
corporation paying
very j per ,cent per year !
County problems is entirely comparable Federal funds for planning are I --
; the of taxes and will not
way Beach had
at; our grass,, roots, level I Flagler : available; and State cooperation j RCA VICTOR
sell land which is needed for
133 in 1940
to that of ,the 'Federal Govern through the Development Commission k
LIVING COLOR TV
ment. We should face it at this growth. ;374 in 1950 should be taken advantage j t
"LOOK FOR TUB PICTURE
level and, get .at the truth of It is' believed that the County 970 in 1960is of by the Committee. j j IN TUB WINDOW
each 'situation in terms of what needs and should have a Com growing at the rate of 59.3 per Progressive ''leadership will I Southern Radio & Television j
is best for all the people. It mission or Authority which cent over the ,last 10 years or I make for Progress. I 226 E. Granada OIIMOND Ph. OR 7-2001

appears that we like the Federal would deal with and have 15.93 per cent per, year. Michael W. Murray.. f
I Government, have adoptedor money to spend for the promo I i, 5.
become accustomed to accepting tion and planning for the future Flagler Beach shows a growth 1 .L-
practices that are not in line growth of the area. This Commission in 10 years of 159.3 per cent: I .

I, with the interests of all- the people or Authority should be On the basis of the. current CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA. 11

who support the entire en removed as far as possible from I growth of Florida which is reported -
t terprise.We the of the_ kind of p'olitics.we to be the third fastest H. CRAIG Funeral Director t

have been accustomed to in ,recent growing State inthe Union with JOHN HARDIN Associate 4
U are currently in the throesof .
In this connection '
years. 92 should'have in
per cent we '
, making the needs AIR OXYGEN.
people see every citizen should have the re.j{Flagler Beach alone 1862 in ten LADY.
' all EQUIPPED
of the people at the Federal CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I I I
ports just issued by the Florida years. Because of the strategic ; ATTENDANT
Level shown
as by a courageous AMBULANCES
Development Commission: location and what Flagler Beach ,
young President who is not
>. afraid to attack the selfish interests I, "Florida Development Com, has to offer in a fast-growing Phone ID 7-3532
recreational ; this
think
of Big Steel. We should mission Annual Report, 1961." area, we
examine to determine to ,what number is far too low that we 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL., FLORIDA .
2. "Why your new Plant t
:extent big business is control -
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', (to which could be added: 'In I
this community. This can be I
",. the Area'.) '
FJaJer County \ (
/ i corrected, only when the Voters I! l

% :uniersttid!..the problem or problems -! 3. A mimeograped copy of information : SECOND EDITION OF .-. ff

Involved in a growing I on "Florida Taxes." j<:.V'' .5". .

,'; community. 4. A report on Conference of To My Flagler Friends \ t k i
Itt is,, believed that even the American Small Business Organ County :,. ., ;, \ .: ." .-
'most ,casual' study will show. izations." I ,. :.
F ;thai a few large organizations 5. "Population of Florida, December V :
!< ;. 'control most of the area between 1960." This report shows Stockade : Built new stockade to provide for up to 30 prisoners.County .r.: :

*Bunnell and Flagler Beach; and the population of Flagler Coun- C t
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f that the area in general and ty as a whole with 3008' in 1940. Barn : Built new barn to shelter county trucks and ,

F.S .Flagler. Beach in, particular is 3367 in 1950, 4566 in ,1960. I equipment and supplies. :;
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I H .' NOWTRAILWAYS Voting Machines: Board has y purclasedt, voting machines .

\. I .. to.be used in the two towns where voting is heaviest.; '
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..........................:........* board we, have been glad to give the following help to the schools.
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J 1. Divide Racing Commission Fund with School Board which
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amounts to about $90,000 a year (8'' "years ago. it was $15,000per

year.) .
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_.t N EWYORKFASTER ... i j2r r. Extensive;filling-: and'grrading-of proposed football a andjbase' "i
5- S ball' at School. '' .* '
7 : Bunnell High 'fi' "r I
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; 1i L 3. Filling and grading play ground at Flagler Beach School. .. I

,I /: -5 5 5 4. Filling and grading grounds'' at Carver School. I

J ) /. \. 5.. Bunnell High School Band : Each year we assist. BHS
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. band to extent of $750 for equipment. 5 'I'F .

: : .;t. 6. Football Field : Board is leveling, pulverzing and, helping I

i1q sprig grass in football field. Board assists City by'.paying. .
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: I : Health Department:
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\'S 1. 1. With cooperation of our State Representative and State ..

; : Ride our Senator the Board obtained without cost the new poultry laboratory ."

>? : thru expressesover I f r to be used for County Health Department. The Board i iF

NEWEast I .: ', reworked,the interior to be used for health facalities.
our !:.;. 2. Board, upon approval of voters has just begun dental _
Florida clinic program. '

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Our new route along the i ; 1< -.' '' 1. Appointed a CD advisory board which is working on a

\; eastern coastline cuts hours i ; completely reorganized CD program ,for the county. .
j off our Miami to New-York .
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2. With cooperation of Sheriff complete new radio system.
.. trips. We travel new super- .. ..
,a highways. Air-condition- .' ..'>:. installed for police and local aerial CD hook-ups. 5 '
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.:__:' '. !c:.,Reclining seats. Rest- ." I
:i' zoohiha.i "*"vt -vJew'.....windows . County Agent-4-H : Continued to assist in finance of county "

.. agent program, Four-H club and Four-H ranch on Espanola road. se

Haw Creek Civic Building: Accepted from School Board the "

4'3M building at, Haw Creek which the board. maintains.. mows grass, pays .,.
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light and insurance. '

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.N. ..#I/JfI ... ; Espanola Civic Building: Constructed civic building named for.J1.
y .
E: A. Hunter, 'retired commissioner. .r "f.
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easiest travel earth "
on St. Johns Park. Community Building: Repaired and reroofed the

From BUNNELL' 1-way From BUNNELL 1-waT county owned community building at St. Johns Park. .

I NEW, YORK. $30.10 JACKSONVILLE:, 51.35 t 1.'
Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON 4 Convenient trips" dally Assisted Bunnell Civic Center Remodeling: A,county work crew .

.: $22.75 MIAMI 7.00 and supervisor were furnished for City of Bunnell in remodeling the 'f

Thru' service oven 2 hours 4 Thru trips daily .(plus tax) attractive Civic Center at Bunnell.
faster, (plus tax) i t
MOODY'S PHARMACY Airport: Through efforts of board the Bunnell airport has been 1

made available for long term lease to industry. A small area leased

fr 100 State ip-. .St. .AI ID.OJ"73661TRAILWAYS tJ. F for flying service with any and all buildings to revert to county ;when ,

lease, is terminated. Several sections- of the lease have been violated.
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i Thursday, April 1.91962 THE FuAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL... FLORIDA . PAGE .SEVEN
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I. Florida is the only state About a third of the cucum-

I.f 1: I It Easter FestivitiesIn which markets a winter straw bers grown in the United States I

II berry crop. are raised in Florida.bz4tou1tci .
f St. Augustine .
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Promises Pleasure
LOCAL ,

t I I Visitors to America's oldest '

I city,'St. Augustine, during Easter -
I I Week will witness one of the

MISS FAYE EDMONSON 1 B AND PW CLUB ; I I most unique and spectacular parades -

r MR. RALPH MASSEY. JR., :MEETS THURSDAY I I ever staged. In fact it is

WED SATURDAY NOON I I EVENING HERE 'the only parade of its kind to BEGINNING APRIL 29, 1962, WE WILL CLOSE
I be staged anywhere in the world.
:Mr. and Mrs. Phillip A. Ed- The Business and Professional I AT 1:00 P. M. EACH SUNDAY.
monson announce"the marriageof .1 Women's Club will meet at the The Parada de los Caballos y

their daughter Fay. Wray, i Civic Center on Thursday evening I'I'i I Coches-"Easter parade of gaily Anderson Drug Store Moody's Pharmacy

to Ralph Massey, Jr., son of Mr. for a ,business meeting. decorated carriages with the Phone 437-3525 Phone 437.3661

and Mrs. Ralph Massey, Sr., of I horses wearing the latest in
The club recently
was
Bunnell. Easter bonnets"-was first con -- .--
organ-I
I ized and will receive its I
The marriage.took place at at the charter night ceived by Mildred Beery and j'

noon Saturday at the former I:April 28. The Ormond Beach I I presented on Easter Sunday afternoon .

, summer estate of the late Prince i Business and Professional Women's ,J'I over five years ago. Thefirst CONFUCIUS SAY: .
p Boris and Princess Angela Scher- I parada drew such wide acclaim I
Club'sponsored the organization -
\. from visitors to the Anci- !I".1; -), (/j/lb@- ,
,, btow of Russia, in North Flag- of the local club.
ler County. I I ent City as well as the nation's

The ceremony was performed I press and tv that it was decidedto FLAGLER: COUNTY TRANSLATION: .
before the huge ornate fireplacein Louis Trad returned to his form a corporation and make
the living room. Flagler County home here last week from the i the event an annual affair each IT'S LOU IN 62 ....
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Judge T. K. McKnight officiated University Teaching Hospital In' Easter. During the succeedingyears

in the single ring cere Gainesville. He expects to return :-. various forms of entertain- FOR SCHOOL BOARD DIST. NO. '1
mony. to the hospital 'in about I ment have been added until the
four weeks for further treatment. celebration now covers a full
Music was provided by a Victor (Paid Political Adv.) .
, Talking machine recording I week of festivities appealing to
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.\ of the Bridal Chorus from Lohen- I camera enthusiasts, art lovers I -- -- -- -
Mrs: Laurie Yelvington recently -
by the Victor Light and historians. .
gren sung :
underwent surgery at Baptist I I
Opera Chorus. Hospital in Jacksonville. Her Bunnell School Band will par- REELECT '

The couple's attendants were son, Richard Yelvington of Tex- t I.ticipate in the parade. [ ..
the bride's brother, Flynn Ed-
as, came, to be with her duringthe ..
monson, and Miss Christine. Ca time. I Marie Ford of New York and Alfred R. Tucker .. .

sey. Florida, foremost designer and

The bride wore a street length fabricator of the beautifully decorated r COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4

dress of blue Jersey. Her,accessories ' Larry Jones, son of Mr. and carriages, spends several I
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were steel grey. Mrs. T.' A. Jones, has returned months of each year with her For Continued ProgressYour
Following the ceremony, the home 'from the Halifax Hospital crew of volunteer workers origi-

couple left for a wedding trip where he received treatment for nating designs which range '
Vote and Will Be
Support Greatly Appreciated
in southwest Florida. On their an eye injury. His eye was in- from ,realism to fantasy. Her *,
return they will be at home at jured ,in an accident while play- work of enchantment is for "the (Paid Political Adv.) -

r the Richardson Apartment on* ing on the lawn of his home. t young and young in heart."

North Church St., Bunnell. .'
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The proud horses wear origi- .' sELECT
The bridegroom is an employeof
Wadsworth Lumber Company. Visiting here Sunday with Mr.- nal "horses hats" bedecked with
and Mrs. Walter Knight were feathers and flowers the same

SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Horace Locke of as milady will wear in the East-

METHODIST SCHOOL EASTER*. t' .si'o' .> Tampa.-,JVIrs, .,Locke .;*a*" l..drs. er..Parade on Fifth Avenue. Victoria -, ".. .. Wa1tonM,. JGt'U ..
Knight are. sisters.! ', Broadbent, international ;- ;j >A4'J.. '--:-- -.
EGG HUNT FRIDAY "
FOR MEMBER OF' ::
designer of the latest in horse j -. .
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The First Methodist Church millinery, has charge of this i S
Mrs. Ruth Bristol of Muskegon, School Board District 3I
Sunday School is having its an- important phase of the decora)
Mich. is the 'house of Mrs.
nual Easter Egg Hunt for Nursery guest tions. Many of her creations
Bernice Barber. She plans to Will AppreciateYour Vote On
Junior Sincerely ..
Class through the have been designed exclusivelyfor
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Easter week in Ft. Lau-
spend
classes on Friday afternoon at and presented to prominenthorse May 8 Primary.
derdale with relatives and will
3:30. It will be held at the lovers as well as dignitaries -
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here to time ( ) ,
return spend some .
church. This
America.
throughout 1
I before returning to Michigan.She -
year, Caroline Kennedy, young -----
ROYAL NEIGHBORSI.I.. I is Mrs. Barber's sister. I daughter of President John F.

TO MEET.MONDAY. Kennedy, will be the recipientof
VOTE TO ELECT
Mrs. H. F. Howell entered the
an exclusively designed hat
The Royal Neighbors will meet University Teaching' Hospital in
with motif for her
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a Spanish -
Monday evening, April 23, at Gainesville Tuesday for a medi- pony, Macaroni. Mrs. Broadbent J. B. Pellicer 'A'I
the home of Mrs. Ada Kudrna. cal checkup and treatment. '
and her models with their ex-
The meeting will be at 7:30. All YOUR
clusive chapeaus, have: appeared
members to attend. Bratcher and'Mrs..
are urged Mrs. L. B. -
I on several nationally televised Board of CommissionerDISTRICT
John Campbell. scent last week ; County
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Earl Wilson, recently retired I in Augusta, Ga., visiting with programs. \
4 ON MAY 8th.
# from the U.S. Navy, is the guestof Mrs. Bratchers brother who is in II J

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Eisenbach. the Veterans Hospital there. I A leading cut flower producer, I Your Vote and Support Will Be Deeply AppreciatedPaid
Florida is noted especially for
Room representatives of grades THANK YOU I I gladioli. I ( Political Adv.)

.kindergarten through third grade I would like to express ,my .
Were hostesses for the Bunnell thanks and appreciation. to my --- ------ --

Parent-Teacher Association meet- friends for the calls, cards and

ing Thursday evening. Mrs. Dallas flowers sent to me and also the

Gordon, chairman of the 1,visits while I was in the hos I Re-Elect -

k room representatives committee,!i pital. Your thoughtfulness

expressed her thanks to all those.appreciated very much. '
I who helped. .I Louis Trad. '
W. L. "Billy" WADSWORTH - .
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From Flagler County '
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the Board of Public Instruction of Flagler. County .
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from District No 5. .
1. Fair play is his motto. :, ;

I am a college graduate and have had more than T.
2. His beliefs will not crumble before offers
of"whidt y
30 years of teaching experience, 16 years f ,
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of political patronage. .
was in Bunnell High School. "
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If nominated and elected, I will continue to work 3. He has but one face to offer to all people r 1

for the best interest of Flagler County School -

System. 4. He recognizes each individual and' ,his individual .j

rights.


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PAGE EIGHT THE. FLAGLER TRIBUNE' BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 19 1962 i;

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B. Geller '- st . 3 ..2 1 ; over first place, in the midget I',G. iey'4 : .-. 2-0 21} Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

B. Ro1inson. -,_, .'.. 2 3.: 11 league. '.D. Improta 300 S2.50 A Year In Advance j'

$.tt'4 E., Rice 13 0 i I Billy Harris struck out 11 butI I J. Geller ' ,-- 2 0 0

I J. Cook 2' O. 1 I NOTICE
7 hits to the Pirate
I gave up f The Flagler County Board of ,
(Continued from Page 2) ,IJ: Kelly '. " _..4,:" ., : .....2..1 1i : batter who hit three doubles' TOTAL 1643 County Commissioners requests that
i I ( I sealed bids be submitted on or before -
J. Roberston 1. 0 0 I and Innings 0310043, 9:00 A. M. Monday
a triple, and a home run. May 7. 1962
into the cellar in the league.I!D. Britt 2 1 1 for Ten (10) one and/or two ton
This game was one of the fastest I Tigers 0310043Pirates air conditioning units installed on
Both' teams did a lot of slugging I,Harper ,. 3 0 OJ'G. {I played and the second rund of 6 0 0 1. 1 8 7 the first floor of the courthouse.

with the Sluggers outdoing J' Werthertington 1 0 0j' I I play should find better games Two base hits M. Robinson, G. from Specifications the Clerk's may office in be the obtained court-

the Angles. : : i 1 I Revel C. Werth G. Worley. house.JOHN
1 played. A. CLEGG. Chairman
D.. Britt hit a home run for 17 10 5 Three bagger, M. Barber. Home_ ATTEST:
Tigers Ab R H E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk Board
the Angles. Both teams. Looks r Innings 1 2-34 5 R H I v
C. Johnson. 3 0 0 runs, G. Carle and D; Pellicer. County Commissioners of
like they will give the team Angels 2 1 ,1 2 3 10 5 . Flagler County. Florida
aj Winning pitcher, C. Werther-
!K. Robertson 3 0 0 April. 19-26-2tc
lot of ,fight for the second.round. Sluggers 4, 3 3 4 0 14 71 I I ..: ington. Losing pitcher, 'B. Harris. --
!M. Durrance 3 0 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: SEVENTH
B. Robinson pitched good ball.,, Two base hits, M. Dozier, T.j. ;!G. Carle 2 1 1 Umpire, Copeland.M. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND-

More boys were starting to hit y:Parker and J. Kelly. Three bag- :] FOR FLAGLER, COUNTY. FLOR
i M. Robinson -. 2 2 1 IDA. IN 'CHANCERY. CASE NO.
the ball'on the nose squarely. I I ger, J. Cody 'twice.' Home run, D., :| 444 6.. .
'. ,:B. Harris 0 1 0 tB. EUNICE
Sluggers Ab R H''i I Britt. DOZIER AND J. CODY McDONELL.Plaintiff
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LEADING LEAGUE BATTING ,-vs-
J. Geller 2 1 0 Winning pitcher M
, Dozier.j j B. Irvin '- .0.0 0 DUNCAN' H. McDONELL.

T. Parker 231 Losing pitcher,' B.,. R. Wertheington 2 0 0 \1. Dozier 4 4 1000 r DIVORCE Defendant.

J.Bertha 221C. pire D. Metts. jI I I ,', Ab H Per NOTICE TO APPEAR
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
Dozier 130 J. 6 4 666 J DUNCAN H. McDONELL
,, I I TOTAL 16 4 .31 Cody
81 Devon Road
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M. Dozier 222 fi
, PIRATES TAKE OVER' G. Worley 5 3 600 BeaurepalreProvince

T. Spicer :. ''. ., 310 : FIRST PLACE I Pirates Ab R H I G. Revel 6 3 500B. I of Quebec
P. Barrow 3 '-' 210 i T. Whitaker3 0 0 CANADA
Harris 6 3 500 You are hereby notified that a
J. Cody 313 Pirates scored six runs in the! D. Pellicer 2 2 1 suit for divorce has been filed
G. Carle 6 3 500D.
.,' , I against you in the above entitled
G. Barber , ": : 1.0 0 first inning. Cliff Wetrtherting- I M. Barber ."-- 2' 1 1 Britt 4 2 500B. cause and you are hereby requiredto
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1j j t I ton pitchedone of his best i G. Robertson 2 1 0 I .' Robinson 5 2 400 whose serve name upon and Plaintiff's address! Attorney.appear

TOTAL. 181471|j I games, striking out 14 batters, 'I 1G. Revel ,' 2 2 '1 I C. Wertherington 8 3 375 any.hereon.to the your Complaint written in defense.said suit if

Angels Ab R H beating the Tigers 8-4 to take 'c. Wertherington 3 2 2 T. Parker 8 3 375 on or before the 17th day of May.
1962; e ae decree pro confesso will
,be entered against you.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
TEAM BATTING AVERAGEAb said Court this 16th day of April.

R H Av 1962.
(SEAL) E. A. SMYTHEAs
T.M..M. u...NT.OIL.,OOTHO. en MX OMCMICALS. HCAO owcene o CAunent crec u t. Pirates 58 28 293 Clerk of said Court
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Sluggers 57 ,,28 16 280 Deputy ClerkW.

.,..px / a:" r:. t Angels 58 21 '14 240 .. O.L. Box WadsworthP. 396

;.} l..r v i .:....:.{;;w..::. .t... :r .. ::A.i}:.; ......... :nhi.v ......... .. .. .. ...:.... .. :.,: xI Tigers 61 24 12 1.96 i Bunnell.Attorney Florida for Plaintiff
Pitching Record W L P SoC i & 3-10-4tc
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4..v..vl.; ; n3 Y .. . IN THE COURT OF
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:: ; ia Billy Harris 2 1 666 30 JUDGE. FLAGLER COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PRO11ATE.
I Benny Geller 0 1 000 1 Estate of
}};:w., .. .i'C: ..... ....t.x..w:. .1.::. x. .:'. ::.::.:: ........ ... 4 IN RE W. H. DEEN. Deceased.
Spicer 0 1 000 2
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ili:4{{ M. Dozier 1 1 000 Having Claims or Demands Against
.......... .... 141 Said Estate: .
.. B. Robinson 0 2 000 12 I You and" each of you are herebynotified
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MIDGET LEAGUE STANDING and required to present any I
I claims and demands which you, or
r t. W L 7. Gb either of you, may have againstthe
estate of W. H. Deen. deceased.
Pirates 3 0 1000 late of said County. to the County ,

Tigers 21666 % Judge of Flagler County. Florida
at in the court houseof \
'w.vvk: :: r.M.. ..\.. J 3'rl. Sluggers 1 2 333 1 { said County at Bunnell. Florida. ,
within eight calendar months from
}r Blue Angels 0 3 000 13 the time of the first publication of i'

.4. .. this notice. Each claim or demand \
r. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT shall be in writing and shall state
.. i.:.;vt}.v y FLAGLER COUNTY, STATE OP the place of residence and post office !
FLORIDA. NOTICE OF PROBATE. address of the claimant and shall I
be sworn to by the claimant, agent I
ESTATE OF attorney and any 'such claim or
W. I J.-CEENDeceased.THE .. demand not ao filed shall,be void. ".". I
W.' DEEN ,
STATE OF FLORIDA., TO W.
ALL, PERSONS INTERESTED IN J. C. DEENAs .
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECE- Executors of the Last
T. DENT: Will and Testament of
: You are hereby notified that a W. H. Deen. deceased. I
written instrument purporting to I I April 5-U-19-26--4tc
be the Last Will and Testament of
0iit'Z said decedent has been admitted. to. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
probate in said Court. FLAGLER COUNTY, FLORIDA,
You are hereby commanded within IN CHANCERY NO. 4441 j'
six calendar months from the SIEGFRIED A. BUDRICK.
r y cs date of the first publication of this Plaintiff.vs .
notice to appear in said Court and ,
show cause if any you can why BLANCHE BUD RICK. '

:,,,. .. . the action of said Court in admitting Defendant.
+tvr x+' ut+}} yn{; s.:: ?rrw, >tNu>,}{:5+.;::5.'jrii; :::f:'::'; said Will to probate should NOTICE TO DEFEND

\ }y,, .. ...... .. .: .' ... . ': not stand unrevoked. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
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SEAL BLANCHE BUDRICK
( ) T. K. MCKNIGHT
1 County Judge 53 London Street
L Flagler County. Florida. 'I''I Lowell MassachusettsYou
w April. 5-12-19-26-4tc are hereby notified that a
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suit has been filed against you in
NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT the above entitled cause; and you
TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY are hereby required to file your an-
.. .: ., . with the Clerk of this
2 TAXESAs swer Court.
:F ::a. ? r.' :A' .i: 'SO. : ::5::i W" ::
.\ { provided in Chapter 20723. Actsof and to serve a copy thereof upon
: : 1941. Notice is hereby given that the plaintiff or nlaintiffs attorney
i the tangible personal property whose name and address Is:
taxes assessed for. 1961 are now RAY SELDEN
: delinquent and beginning with Selden Building
April 1st such taxes are drawing I Daytona Beach. Floridanot
Interest of 1% per month plus the later than :May 3. A. D. 1962.
proportionate cost of publishing I If you fall to do so. decree pro
f ; this notice unless the amounts set confesso will be entered againstyou
.4 opposite each name below are paid for the relief demanded in the
before the of May. war- bill of complaint. The nature of
'A'S'rtwr
I i 3. % f:' : rants will be issued thereon direct- said suit being for divorce..
: ing levy upon and the seizure of WITNESS my hand and seal of
the tangible personal property of said Court this 28th day of MarchA.
the taxpayer for unpaid taxes' penalties D. 1962.Official .
.<, }' } '. g,;?.y. ., and additional costs. The ( Seal)
cfi:::{r: u names of the delinquent _'personal E. A. SMYTHE
I. u a}. :i1'{{;:f?k1};:>s:.. !: }D -
property taxnavers and the amountof Clerk of said Circuit Court
taxes including the cost of advertising By Julia R. Harvey
and the first month's Deputy Clerk
,' penalty are as follows: April 5-12-19-26-4tc
{: ,;.;\; :;.,.,.;, : .. .,,.., ....?rr.'.Q.. f' Flagler Beach Sundries $ 9.90
t .. .}::r. .. .v!k. .,: .k t...L:1 O. L Ginn 8.48 IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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..:.a::+}way:,.v.,. r. M :: +t 2aw.: .:::.. ... ::... :.... .. :, ;.:...;. Joe T THoMnii Gordon 2.83 566: SEVENTH AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER CIRCUITIN COUN-

Emil G. Mesalnne '31.11 TY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
Arvid Nilson-Estate 32.17 NO. 4435.
E. L. Pellicer-Estate 2.47 MILDRED W. STALLINGS.

: :: turns potato insects right side up Robert W/.hflAl Phillips66"Schatz Truck. Service Stop Station 12.37 4.24 9.90 FLOYD D. STALLINGS.VII.: Plaintiff.

J.F% \"' ro''k 216.52 Defendant
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j t DALE B. BROWNTax NOTICEIN
Collector THE NAME OF THE STATEOF

it Flat on their backs! Phosphamidon kills feeding of the natural predators that live on April Flagler 19-Itc County. Florida TOFloyd FLORIDA:D. Stallings.

.' Colorado potato beetles (even the resistant harmful insects can continue, OF Whose -address and placeof
v IX THE CIRCUIT
, 1, I i ones) on contact-as well as flea beetles,leafhoppers Some insecticides get all of the insects some FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE residence HEREBY are; NOTIFIEDthat unknown.

i and all four kinds of aphid that of the time. Others get some of the insects all KENNETH IV CHANCERY G. VOGEL.Plaintiff NO. 4436 filed a.against Bill of you Complaint In the has Circuit been

t 4 attack potatoes. of the time. But why complicate Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit -
your spray VI''! of Florida in and for Flagler
:, Phosphamidon also gets the sucking and program. .when Phosphamidon turns the ANN MAE VOGEL County In Chancery by MILDRED
Defendant. W. STALLINGS. The nature of said
chewing insects that move in later. That's bepeskiest potato pests right side up? NOTICE TO DEFEND suit is a Bill for Divorce. You are
THE STATE OF .
f FLORIDA. TO: hereby required to file personallyor
cause it doesn't kill by contact alone (though Ann Mae Vogel by attorney with the Clerk of

': its contact kill is spectacular). It's absorbed Helping the World Grow Better Matawan 87 Mathiason New Place Jersey if said any Court you have your to written said Complaintand defenses

the foliage and the entire You' are hereby notified that a to serve same upon the under-
by penetrates
,, upper suit has been filed against you in signed attorney for Plalntlf on or
part of the plant system. Result: a "remote the above entitled cause; and you before the 26th day of April. A. D.
are hereby required to file your answer U6%. to-wit:
control" kill that gets insects other sprays (ORTHOPhosphamidon : with the Clerk of this Court GILLESPIE AND GILLESPIE
1 and to serve a copy thereof -
upon
'S Attorneys at Law.
miss_even those hidden away in a tightly the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney 233 North Causeway.
whose name and address. is: New Smyrna Beach. Florida
curled leaf.Another'
Ray Selden THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE fa
benefit-Phosphamidon is rapidly Selden Building hereby designated as the newspaper
Daytona Beach. Floridanot In which this Notice shall be published
absorbed by the plants, and has a low vola If later than April 26th, A.D. 1962. once a y -ek for four (4)
v i you fail to do so, consecutive weeks. -
tility. As a result, workers can enter the fields confesso wjll bo entered against WITNESS my hand and official
you for the relief demanded in the
.. seal at Bunnell Flagler
"" within a few hours. And the migration and ? bill of complaint. The nature of F1 ldinis 22nd day of Marc!
J> ';,' said suit being for divorce. A. D. 1962.Official .
WITNESS my hand and seal" of ( Seal) s.

j = -. CAUFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, ORTHO DIVISION. ,p:o.BOX 7067 Orfr do. rioM* ** A.said D. Conn 1962.Official this '22nd day of March Clerk EMIL of A. Circuit RMYTHE.

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E. A. SMYTHE:
GILLESPIE: AND rilLLESPIE
\ Clerk of said Circuit Court By's' W. Me Gillespie
:- By Julia R. Harvey Attorney for Plaintiff "
Deputy Clerk .Julia.
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'State Industrial 'i j jExposition I-growing list of products and I clared. I[land services in a-meeting:.place Some- 150 booth spaces already
make' these products known to Patterned after successful exI I[for businessmen point for have been reserved by exhibitorswho
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I all purchasing people-not only I i positions in the marketplaces of' ,(person to person exchanges be- represent a broad cross section
April in Florida but nationwide and I the world, it will' be a gigantic:I tween buyers and sellers Jie, of Florida's diversified man
overseas' as well," Jarrard de j showcase of Florida's products:I added. I ufacturing.
; 25-28' in. Orlando
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Judging by the results of ,a ., NO. -' Initials of .
' similar ,. ;: DEMOCRATIC
event last the
year N .. ; +.>.
: 'A' Issuing ::
Florida Industrial Exposition in .
I Orlando April, 25will be 'a -. .I OFFICIAL( PRIMARY BALLOT. 'official, (:f/. \ '
I real "buy-and-sell" show, Chair ( ; > '- ,: f/;
man-Director I I. STUB NO. 1 "
Wendell Jarrad of ', .L. .,J. '
of Elector R : '
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of the Florida Development Com : i J! .
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mission jt"'ttfX :
explained today. : \ ,
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Center for Practical Politics at -,.No., ....';. ... :: ,' : ,. DEMOCRATIC' .Initi.als or.' . ,.... .' .. t, -)
: Issuing ,
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Rollins College, after carefully <' ,.
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evaluating 'last year's Southeastern :: 'f '. ,OFFICIAL PRIMARY, BALLOT", ,: Official >_' .
Industrial ,Exposition, found ." .;;; ... .< ,! , '. .''; . -r : '.( '. '
that 98.1 per cent of the visitors. e,. : ,' STUB NO. 2 .. : ,-' J ', '.i,. .
found the show worthwhile. :: , ; ,.".... -: :!<. : . "f'jI. ",.. '..
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learned that 91.5 per cent of the .r :. ; ..,j' ,:: DEMOCRATICOFFICIAL 1.:. .;.' :.',:.. -. ".,( ''-.,:.,. f.':: ..;'. . J.: .'.' .'.i..lJ5:i; !; .-:... 'j, .', ;r',:" .

. exhibitors' shared the same "' ;' : 'P / (<" : : ..
opinion; he 'continued. v PRIMARY BALLOT: :tHrJ J q .
More than half of the .
participants .
.to _. : , '. ;'
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customers as , v .. .. "1' ;, .i';..,. ' .
new or prospects .
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products, equipment or suppliers. :i ;.f.r. .. .
f': "The Florida State Industrial ,'. !t'f' :_..r.rovobrf; r'a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (X) 'in'the'square r-

J'. Exposition at Orlando will pub < . ,at.. e .RIGHT of the name of the person for whom you desire-to vote. ': 7: ..'f! f
, licize Florida's versatile and 'd" ''':'_'' ,.' :.. .,. '
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J k; :.,'" FREE PAINT. :: I CONGRESSIONAL tOUNTY. .: :t'. "': < ,' :;: '1.

Hr 'One extra gallon of your choice .' UNITED STATES SENATOR '
with each gullet you buy "CLERK'OFTHE..CIRCUIT. COURT : !i I
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( one) ,
Mary Carter Paint Store (Vote for one) "": ': ..w'.:; 1

-dlao-Westcat* Khooplnar Center ,0 :,' 1 ;ROGER L. DAVIS I I ,J. H. McKNIGHT, JR. r-j l' < :..i: 'l' ,I

PAL PARKER'S. INC. GEORGE A. SMATHERS -I. I '
: Automotive Specialty Center E. A. SMYTHE I "J : :
, DRAKES RELINED '54)5 ,
s ' PORDCHEVnOL.ETPl.TMOXTnOTHERS PARTS AND LABOR DOUGLAS RANDOLPH VOORHEES I I 0 41,.i...,,. '
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'10.8:5 COUNTY, COMMISSIONER District No." 2 .

'"'. 540 Mason Ave. Daytona REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS (Vote for one) v 4 ,tt r ; ,a.-, .

,. ;' Eighth Congressional District 'fB: >' ... "i t .
CHARLEY ROCKETT
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J. A. (Doc) MARCELLO '. .' .",, :

r. I InterdenominationalAIR CONDITIONED . ,. D. R. (Billy) MATTHEWS 'I I COUNTY COMMISSIONER District No/ 4. /, '
t Daytona Ave. (Vote for one) '
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,4 Church Service 11:00 A.M. ..' .: '
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, CIRCUIT JUDGE SEVENTH :: .
R. W. DICKERT. Paator f :....',," Judicial Circuit ., J. B. PELLICER I : 'I I'. r ::;:'/: .rt

EVERYONE WELCOME : :.rrl'; '> (Vote for one) r ':
ALFRED R.'TUCKER I. ,,\, i'JAMES +? ,, :,

t TV SERVICE -: T.' NELSON U :. ., f ,
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I ;MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC . .,J. .. :
r I ALL MAKES :\;-HORACE D. RIEGLE I'I I ' 'INSTRUCTION. ,': \

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Agent For District No.1" "
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[ RCA & PHILCO I .. .:; _, STATE .. (Vote for one) \ t ;' :.,
RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES ', f
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TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD ;' n .
I RIA JOHNSTON i
" AND' INSTALLED . COMMISSIONER : _, .. :: \ .: I
GROUP NO. 1
i TUBES TESTED FREE :.. : HERSCHEL KING I': 0t t:
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; TVBobFLAGLER .BOB' .JOHNSON, I LOUIS M. STEFLIK I "I"( ." ::", ,' '

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BEACH n MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC : ; ; : ,
PHONE HE 9.2204 ,. ; WILBUR C. KING INSTRUCTION .: ,"

!.,f,. ," J WILLIAM JOHN MASON D District No.3' ); :'

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NEWSPAPER AaSAKING' RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES -

war OlNCrevuw' a:. I' .': COMMISSIONER JAMES E: (Jimmie) CREWS Dt: -, _
GROUP NO. 2 .
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! W. L. DUNSON' ;( i '
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WALTON KINNEY LJ', ,' : . '
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, '; JERRY W. CARTER ,.. .:: I I : District No.5" ..

I :-.:' .:. .':' ,JIM FAIR' ". ::;' I 1 .. (Vote for one) + f,' '.1,,.' :' ,I

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i "' -. HOUSE 'OF REPRESENTATIVES SARAH E. rARTEL ', <, ; 'J

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r Slithy Boojum Tree I!candle. Botanists call it Indriagcolumnaris. I I habitant of lonely desert shores. Eggs are second---only----to-.fish - YbeDn. plantings in Florida

,I I Carroll wrote: "But oh, liver oils, as a natural sourceof I have increased by 28,000 acres ,

t.;t Thrives In Desert I I I II The boojum Is not a cactus isle nephew, beware of the beam-I vitamin D. in the past four years. '
If your Snark be a !
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f.!.' The strange boojtim tree. may I But it is then You will softly and suddenly : \
sense. admirably
: be nearing extinction. Then again i I vanish away,/ And never The Fire insumace policies we write still give the I
1. I adapted to desert life and
r. it may not. I' can be met with again." I same dependable protection but today you can enjoy fi'.
in that with-
grow a place goes
additional benefits through in a "Home-
In the coverage
poem the snark was t ta I
No one knows very much about :out rain a year or:' more. boojum, and it swallowed owners Policy at very little cost.
if' the boojum's past. present, The trunk's resinous outer,cylinder upa
baker called Ho. Remember. H. T. Cook Agency is ready to help you
r' or future. Most botainists never protects a large sfxmgy take advantage of these extra coverages. TelephoneID
have seen one, because it core. When the soil is 'damp i ,
V I 7.3361 or stop in soon for full details.H.
., thrives only In the hostile. cen- the inner pith stores moisture.The '
Silver Springs Site T. COOK AGENCY
leaves fav-
, tral desert of Mexico's Baja appear only a '
J Citizens Bank Building Bunnell, Florida
k'4-' California, the National Geo- orable seasons and are capableof

" OJ' graphic Society says. manufacturing great amountsof :Of Baton Twirling - ,
food in a short time. In dry .
;i Some dendrologists believe the weather, the leaves fall. Contest June n-12
| boojum is a dying remnant of 24 Hour.,' -' i.
, .:. .a large family. Others think Dreamlike Landscape The National Baton Twirling Wrecker Service j .
** the tree may be the forerunner Association's Florida Contest will .
Joseph Wood Krutch the wir- be held at Silver June
| of a new line. I Springs ;
**.; ter and naturalist wrote of the 11th and 12th, Miss Donna Koz- Flagler/Truck Tractor Co 1
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t But everyone who has seen boojum: "It dominates the land la. Ft. Lauderdale_ state director, ... J. MASSED-FERGUSON
1-, boojum tree agrees on one 3.1 scape and imposes upon it an announced today. -
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r -there is nothing like It.t" air of dream-like unreality. If i Grove Farm. Industrial. Equipment

.. one is reminded. of anything it i!: Over 250 twirlers. between the Bunnell, Florida Phones : Day ID 7-3242 ,
It Upside-down Carrot is either the imagined surfaceof I ages of 5 and 18 will be on Night ID 7-3529 "I
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One botanist describes the hand to compete in events
distant br of rangIng
some planet' one
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VIRGIL DECKER ;!> RALPH DECKER {
t young boojum as "an upside- of those reconstructed scenes from. individual twirling to
Owner f- Parts &Shop ManagerVVVVVW
L down carrot improbably provided from a remote geological era ,group of corps precision march )

f with slender, spiny, and when there were no real trees ing twirling.A t
,,', usually leafless branches which only huge club mosses; and I pre-contest meeting of state ---VVVVVtfyVTA- --..-V-.................. ...-.-.-.-..:i"M........ .'III"Ii .'

r seem to be stuck helter-skelter" horsetails magnified to gigantic.officers and ,judges will be held FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT "
f- into a tapering body. size." .1 June 11 while the actual daylong -

I: ; Larger trees lose the small It is startling to come sud contest will be held on '
to' branches and grow thorns in denly upon a grove of boojums.The .:June 12. Extensive arrangemetns AMBULANCE 1
{ their trunks. The skinny boles tree got is popular English]I care being made at Silver Springsto ; PHONE VAIley 4-1625 -

may reach a height of 40 to 50 name from such an encounter. accommodate, twirlers and SERVICE,
f'. feet; tapering to a point from Godfrey Sykes, the renowned spectators. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA

a base only a foot or 18 inches If desert ecologist, first saw the I I i Individual competition .will be Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia' Ambulance. We

' -,., In Older diameter. branch tree in 1922. He gazed intently;'I,held in several areas of the park are always at I your service with promptness, safety and ,
..;. trees frequently :for Ia fe wmoments and then at the Springs while the night
i. In an eccentric manner toward ''II said,. "Ho ho, a boojum, definitely Corps' competition will be held experience..
the top, sending out sinuous I I
', a boojum. in a lighted area on the park- Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
limbs. Sometimes' the of the
, top of Lewis
Sykes was thinking 1 lot.
tree itselff curves downward until I Carrol's "The of .ling Florida G
poem, Hunting competition annually ( rcia. Funeral Home
the the
tip touches ground "
the Snark an account of an expedition I draws the top baton
c to form an arch., I to find a legendary twirling talent in the state along P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
-- vNatives, of Baja California call which sometimes took'II'III their
I creature with parents. Spectatorsfor LADY ASSISTANT
i the tree a cirio, or wax taper, I the .form of a boojum, an in- all events will be welcome. !
... because it sugests an altar I -' ,
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t You'll feel like the bumps1 took a holiday, too .,

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t \ U.tlnK* under this heading are Get get'for Fun and Sun at your Chevrolet dealer's. If you aren't,in a holiday mood already, his buys will J:
3 'cent word each insertion.' :
, 75 cent per la minimum 'chars*.v '" quickly put you in one. Then the real fun begins when you aim a Jet-smooth beauty at vacation land. Bring I'

FOR SALE-6 Burner Magic Chef .. on those choppy roads or rolling highways-makes no difference because you've got a big cushiony Full Coil

. gas stove: Call ID- 73609.. spring at each wheel to take the wrinkles out of the worst roads around. And a team of over k "%
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April -
. 700 insulators and absorbers to wall off'sound and vibration. Add; V8 sizzle or 6 savings, rich, I

'., ... FOR SALE-57 Custom Ford. 6- 1
1 cylinder, one owner, in good con- roomy interiors, comfort-high seats for easy rubbernecking, a deep-well trunk, easy bumper- I

,dition and priced reasonable.Call level loading, and Body by Fisher craftsmanship-and T i. /i cir ozar

Gordon"Buckles, ID 73786. -;. you've got about' all the car you could possibly want. JCI"5IIIOOIIIImpala Chevrolet I
April 13-Itp

FOR SALE-Flagler .Beach cor-' .' .
ner lots, 100 x 150 on Daytona \i. r

t... and 20th Street, southeast cor- ,t ,

ner, cash or terms, $300 down, .. r
t $20 a month (if on terms).i f.

t.. Mrs. Frances ..Kraus, 20 Ohio'SL// -

[ Joliet, Illinois. 3.26-6 times

W" HOUSE FOR SALE-2 bedroom '

large living, dining area* 'car- .

It port and ,utility room, CBS on
'It" 100 x 105 corner lot, 311 South l:7

f' Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf

ri SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reasons -
: able rates. George Jarosz, phone

},. ID 73410. 11.2 to 4-26-tp

FOR RENT OR SALE-3 bod- I

room house at north end of Palmetto I i :
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" Flagler Beach on boat 1 / ..... _
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l-; canals, cool 'pleasant living, ex- xJt(Y.M=If. _ _

: ceptional value beautiful interior ''
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(: and exterior $90.00 per rA! '

:._ month for September 1 occu- Zti
%: pancy. Contact present ,renters
or Alexander Lumber' Co., Daytona r vryh >.:} \r. ;,,{,

..p E,.' .. Beach. Florida.' 7-20-TF'

'IiI" Ocean front housekeeping, apartments .,
r . 1 and 2 bedrooms compete
t=i. with linens and all utilities.

I' .' Sun deck, fishing, swimming,".t -
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_": HE 9.2082, 7.6tf _
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:;'_":, BEACH REALTY CO.' See the new Chevrolet at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer'sl4
': .LOTS, HOMES 'OCEAN FRONT,

t f 1,. WATER FRONT, FARMS -. ;#4 _

:,_;,;.. ACREAGE '
;; See ua for your reel estate seed -t. '
HALL-TUMUN CHEVROLET COMPANY
} Office Phone HE 9-2242 .

4. :, Residence Phones ID 7-3631 . :
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