Title: Flagler Tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079914/00641
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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: April 26, 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: VID00641
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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50, NO.. '16 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL '26; 1962 ': $2.50 A YEAR, i j fi+t

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\ Would Rezone Band Students To Democratic Rally I Lions Club Elects Revaluation ; ;1,

-' Residence Area Play For Rotary Club This "Officers MondayGeorge ,

SaturdayA I Meet Is Set For 1.
.. Walter Morris, bandmasterand Miles Moody was elect- .

F BusinessAl director of music for county-wide Democratic Political president of the Bunnell Lions' .. I

nell High School, will Bun-I] Rally will be held at the Club at their meeting Mondaynoon. 'Monday !Night

group of school students ;Bunnell Civic Center Saturday Named to serve with him

Kemmerer, architect' of musical program at the regular]afternoon at 3 o'clock. The rally j I were L. L. Brannam, first vice Flagler: County Committeeof ''Iii'IiiThe I
Shelton -
and J. R
Daytona Beach,
$S of luncheon meeting of the Rotary]] is sponsored by the Flagler president; L. H. Church, second 100 is sponsoring a general I

of Sheltons Supermarket' Club of Bunnell. today at 12:30 I,County Democratic Executive I vice president; and J. J. Kelley, public meeting on property revaluation
Tribune office .
Bunnell in The -
were at the Masonic Hall. The group Committee. third vice president. and equalization in I
Wednesday afternoon with is of band members i f
civic center building next Monday t '
the artist's 'drawing of a pro Following the speaking, the 1 Jack Clegg was elected secre- l'
who were rated superior at the I
evening, beginning at 8 o'
posed shopping, center to be recent district' band contest held Committee will serve a free I'I tary; L. H. Drady, treasurer; clock, James Ebert, president of i i r
Bacher lunch to Fred Fruits Tail Twister and
built in block 56 between at Fernandina Beach. those attending. ,
the committee announced today. II
i. and Chapel streets, and facing The group of students are: I F All .candidates whose names Willard Tucker, Lion Tamer. I "

; Moody Boulevard. twelfth grade, Elaine Deen Mike I appear on the ballot will be in- Henry Burks, manager of Le- This meeting, he said is for t ,

r The property is now in the McMillan, Jamesene Dawson, .vited to speak and will be given high Portland Cement plant here the purpose of acquainting the : l''

,. residential zone and an out of Linda Revels, Ronnie Canakaris, 10 minutes each. M. B. Fuller was speaker at the meeting. I people of the county with what

town corporation has applied to and Boyd. Robertson; eleventh .will serve as master of cere- equalization of property asess- I:

the city commission asking that grade, Randy Morris; tenth :monies. ments mean to various classesof 'I

the block be rezoned for busi- grade, David Brown; ninth grade, The public is invited to attend Flagler Beach Board property. ' I

ness. The hearing will be held Mary Pache, Candyce Lovell, the rally.Brooks. I I

at the .May 7th city commission Heidi Eisenbach, Leonard Buono, I I Employs New ClerkThe The meeting of providing is also accurate for the information !
meeting. and Albert Johnston; and eighth
E Named Flagler Beach Town Com for the public con
I Mr. Kemmerer said the plans grade, Benton Eisenbach
mission meeting last Thursday cerning what the proposed reassessments -
foot ,
call for an 8,000 square The group will be introducedby
agreed to employ Mrs. Virginia and and equalization -
modern Thriftway super District
Clifford McGriff, Deputy
fill .
which be Sullivan as town clerk to involves.The
market occupiedby chairman. \
( the vacancy' when. Rudolph D.
Shelton Supermarket of Bun-
of the meeting will
'' T. Shelton Brooks was appointed Peterson resigned. setup [

nell.Ten thousand feet of Flagler Park Board District Deputy Grand Masterfor Mrs. Jeanette Owens who wasa be along these lines: 'An expert !
square the will that
on subject speak so
the Fifteenth Masonic District in office
clerk the the past
additional will be avail.
space F. and A.M. of Florida at those attending can get a broad
Meeting Is Held three years and had been act-
able for three or four other
and accurate of and
the annual Grand Masonic picture un- "
ness establishments.' % ing clerk for 10 days, also applied -

The proposed building wouldbe Monday at NoonThe Lodge Communication held In I for the job. A record vote derstanding of the question.

Jacksonville last week. was taken with Commissioners There will be a panel to an-
placed on, the rear of the j
block facing Moody Blvd., with Flagler Beach ,State Park Brooks has served as Masterof Gerald Smith, Leonard Moody, swer question from the audience. I
Advisory Committee met' Mon- the Bunnell lodge in 1952. He I Robert Henderson and Harry The speaker will be Prof., ,William
45,500 feet of parkingarea
between square the highawy and day for a luncheon meeting at Is a past patron of the Bunnell Treadwell voting yes.; Chairman W. Young of the Universityof

the AlA Restaurant in Flagler Chapter No. 93, Order of Eastern I Thomas Duncan voted no. Florida.
the building.
Mr. Kemmerer said he was representing Beach. The board was recently Star, past president of Flagler! It was voted that; Mrs. Owenbe The panel members will be

an out of town re-appointed by the State Park" County Shrine Chili, past instruc- paid .at the same rate of salary "FI John Aycocke, director .assessment
; corporatioiCas Board, and the advisory : tor-ihet 15th .Masonic District '
; gtoupheTcfits -I amember asthatof-Mr, Peterson and statistics division "In' the
r of the.:shoppt
owners I
center. organizational meetingat of th York Rite Bodies' also that she be paid for vacation " State Comptroller's office in Tallahassee -

this time. of Masonry, a 32nd Scottish Rite time not taken last tax
t I year. ; Percey Palethorpe,
George Moody, Sr., was re- Mason, and a member of the I The commission, after discus- assessor of St. Johns Countynow

VFW and.Auxiliary elected chairman of the board Morocco Temple Shrine. I sion"of outstanding bill due ( revaluating and equaliz
and Mrs. Marie Breede was re- Mr. Brooks and Joe Gordon, 1 1I George Moody, Sr., for water In- ing); Frank Harrold, executive :

f. Installation 'Tonight elected secretary. I master of the Bunnell lodge, come agreed to a settlement of I vice president of the St. Augustine !

Mr. Moody reported that the I were in Jacksonville last week the account satisfactory to both I National Bank and chairman .

;! At Civic Center Board of County Commissionershad attending the ,grand lodge meetIng parties. of the Tax Revaluation tl

f pledged to give 80-bulldozer j I, .' The question of "bicycle or- Committee of St. Johns County; f
fr The Veterans of Foreign Wars hours and 200 man-hours of
dinance" to cover safety measures Tewy McPherson, tax assessorof t
:. Post 5213 and their Auxiliary work for
improvement of the f
Funeral Service pertaining to bicycles wasdlscu'ssed Gadsden County which reval-
will hold a joint installation park. The work will be done
after it was stated uated ,and equalized a couple of : I
F. meeting on Thursday night at according to State Park Board that a bicycle rider had been hit
Held Monday For years ago; and D.D. Moody, tax
ffJ: 8 o'clock at the civic center. for !i
plans developing park. .
by a car on a city street at assessor of Flagler County. \
Serving as installing officers Present for the meeting were: night. ) I
Concerning the ultimate out-
;, will be Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Yar- Mr. Moody, Mrs. Breede, E. H. Mrs. Anna Johns Another i
r : safety question con- come of revaluation, members :
'S borough.Auxiliary. Threadgill, and L. L. Gage. Mrs. Funeral services for Mrs. An- rened a certain area at the site quoted an old Chienese proverbthat I

officers to be installed Harold Massie, also a memberof na (Mom) Johns was held Mon 'of the new pier house being con- "The longest journey begins

., are: Mrs. Clarice Taylor, the committee, was not pres. day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the :structed. It was agreed to rope with .a single step," and that an I

president; Mrs. Naomi Pellicer, ent for the meeting. I chapel of Craig Funeral Home. off the section and post signs equitable tax structure is but

., senior vice president; :Mrs. II I The Rev. Father Diego Conesaof ;warning' "walk at you own. risk." the first step toward the com- I

Madge Johnston, junior vice Potato Growers T S 1 St. Stephens Catholic Church Several sets of plans for the mittes objective to promote Industry !
:Muriel Thatcher
president; sec-
officiated. Interment was in &tv hew pier house were displayedand increased population, :
Mrs. Hattie
retary-treasurer' ; Assisting ChurchTen Mary's Cemetery, Korona.A discussed with a couple of job opportunities for graduatesof
King, chaplain; Mrs. Beatrice
memorial mass was held builders present. The commis- our high school, and to Increase I'
Cockrell, conductress; Mrs. Mary Flagler County Potato Tuesday morning at St. Stephens sion aggreed to post in three the economic welfare of

Smith, guard. Growers each contributed 50 Church. The Rosary was said on public places request for bids for citizens of the county. J r

Serving as trustees will be bags of' Flagler County Early Sunday evening at the funeral building the pier house, plans It was pointed out that not ;.
:Mrs. Rose Panchelfo. :Mrs. Dorothy
o Irish Potatoes-to make up a car chapel. for which were drawn by Scheel only present should be vitally
Barber and Mrs. Blanche
load-to be sold for the First Mrs. Johns, who was 64 yearsof and Logan, Jacksonville. The concerned, but future citizens L

Akers. will Methodist Church of Bunnell. age, passed away Thursday bids are returnable to the town which include their children, the
Colorbearers be Mrs. !
Barber Growers who 'contributed the night at the local hospital aftera hall on or before May 3rd. homeseekers, industrial

I Mrs. Rosemary Brown, Mrs. potatoes are all members of the long illness. The foundation work is being ment and In fact, everyone manage-who t I

Joan Crews, and Ann McKenzie. church.. They are: Walter Cody, She was born In Chicago, 111., started this week, and it is expected lives here now and any who F

A. B. Johnston, Cordell Robertson and had been a resident of Flag the building will be com- may wish to make their home

FLAGLER BEACHMETHODIST Lloyd Robertson William ler County for many years and pleted within about three in here in the future. s\ t f

MEN Deen, Curtis Deen, Robert Ber- resident. of Bunnell for the months., The general public and prop- ;#'

SERVE PANCAKESThe tha R. w Deen, Walter Knight, past four years. She was a member erty owners especially are urged

and George Allen, Jr. of the Catholic Church. Achievement Tests to attend the meeting.
Beach Methodist
Flagler Sale of the potatoes was Survivors include her.husband,
; Men's Club will serve a pan. handled, by T & T Packers of Walter Johns, Bunnell; a daughter educational
cake breakfast at the Methodist Being Given In development of stu
Bunnell .
and Mrs
sold on April 20th Anne Moore, New dents in the
following areas: '
Church on Sunday.. morning for $3.25 per hundred pounds. Smyrna Beach; a son, Frank Sa-
29.Serving. Schools of Word knowledge, reading J"
April Alfred Tucker said today the kell, Lantana, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. County
.. spelling, language, language
time will. be from 7:30 i{ii'
company was making no chargefor Helen Augustine, Chicago, Ill; The annual achievement test- study skills, arithmetic "
to 9 A.M. The public is invited. computation
the sale of and brother
the potatoes. a Charles Szymanski ing program Is underway this arithmetic problem solving r

Chicago. Also surviving Is week and next In Flagler Coun- and concepts, social studies
SENIOR CLASS KORONA CLUBSPONSORS one grandchild. ty schools.
nformation, social studies skills,
CAR WASH TODAY DANCEThe Pallbearers were Simp Cook, Students at Bunnell High and science. The Essential High '

Jr., Barney Trojan Andrew Za- School, grades 1-8, are being School Content Achievement Battery
Members of the senior class of Korona Civic Club is lewskl, J. S. Hughes, C. B. Eisen tested on Tuesday'and Wednes Is t
used in grades above the '
Bunnell High School will havea sponsoring a pre-election bach
party and John Hardin.
day as are students at the Flag- ninth and '
tests in the areas of '
It. "car wash" at Jimmy Kelly'sTexaco and dance at the White Eagleon
ler Beach \
Elementary School. (
English higher mathematics
social -
service station today May 5th
'at 8o'clock in the ASTRONAUTS NYLON SHOES
Carver High students, grades studies \
\ t from 8 o'clock in the morning evening. Lee Drazba said today. The shoes worn by American and science.
.. 1-8, will be tested on Mondayand Tests are machine graded for I
S on-through the day. He said the orchestra will astronauts jf
pro in their
spacecraftare Tuesday, April 30 and May the convenience of teachers 1
The 'class is having the car vide music for polkas paul made of nylon for lightness.As first.

-. wash to help raise funds for the Joneses and other popular dancIng one of the observed through a cooperative arrange- J 4
group The
Metropolitan Achievement ment with
senior class trip to Washington The public is invited to at- "We're not going to do any walk-I Series of tests : several counties and '!; \.
are used annual. I the Columbia County test center ;
D. C. next month. tend. "
ing them. -,
I ly in th program and test the at Lake City.r" .

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t B. Robinson -433E. D. Britt 74 5 714| Ab 35 28 Avg- ,f
tt Rice ", :,**' ', .. 423 B. Robinson 976 666 t Angels 87 35 28 320, f:

D. Britt ;, 333 G. Oarle 8 7' 5 623 Sluggers 83 38 26 310 It J I

J. Cook,.:.; "" V', 313' C. Werthertington '13 6 8 615B. I Pirates 85 34 27 310 f
: C. Boyd < 300 Harris 10 7 6 600 I Tigers 81 35 20 323 f

Improta 3 1 ;0. TEAM BATTING AVERAGE I (Continued .on rage 5) J:

: I TOTAL 29 14 14

By Leslie Perch I Innings .1 2 3 4 5 R 'H.
\ \i Angels 3 0 2 3 6 14 14 1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1AIR 1 1:I
REBELS AND PANTHERS Big Earl Rice, slugger for ,the Tigers 4 121_ 3 11 8

PLAT FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Blue Angle team, hold's down j 1:I Two base hits, J. Roberston, B. -.... - 11

i Torn Wilder, manager of the first base. Shelton<< Barber is bat.1 I I Robinson, E. Rice, D. Britt, 'J'I: CONDITIONING-HEATING |ELECTRIC SERVICE I;
ting coach for the Panthers who '
Cook, B. Harris. 'I t
I 1- \
are looking for one more coach. 3 base hit B. Robinson. Home
team. Leslie Pache, manager of ,CO. j BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY t tRESIDENTIA.L
runs, B. Harris (2, D. Britt (2)), I )
Panthers will
the Bunnell playa Of Daytona Inc. I ,' -' INDUSTRIAL
J. Cook G. Carle.

games for the championship ofthe GENERAL SHEET METAL CALLHUBERT j'
I Robinson, Earl Rice, I PELLICERID
for spring. J Bobby "We're Proud of Our Work"
7-3301 DAY ID7'-J.<<8 NIGHT :
Darrel Britt, and J. Cook, all I I HOME RUN LEADERS 330 Walker Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 ;
,t The first game will be played getting threei hits each talliedin
I at Flagler' Beach Saturday afternoon the top of the fifth Inning.I I Billy Harris, tiger pitcher, and AUTO SERVICE i GARDEN SHOPGray's ):

i I April 28 at 4 o'clock. The They got six hits and six runs I I Darrel Britt, Angels catcher, McDANIEL'S Garden Center
, Rebel team defeated' the Panthars to win 1411. The Tigers got each have three home runs to I Headquarter for Gardening Need. {
\ in a practice tilt 111. This three runs in' the bottom of the I lead the league. Mike Dozier is Service Station !Ceramics. Gifts Materials Dry Arrangement

f j was the first game that the fifth, and lost their second game. leading the }batter and has 7 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals Shrubbery Fertilizers

I Panthers played with little Billy Harris and Darrell Britt straight hits. The league leading Tires-Batteries-:Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS

f league rules. The Panthers have hit home runs. Glen Carle hita hitter will get a medal at .Bunnell ID 7-7119 147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. Oil 7-051' J
. been practicing the past week homer too. Cookie Cook got I the end of the season. I

,' and will hold three more practice -I his second,of the season. Bobby Home run leaders: Billy Harris Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I HARDWARE
sessions and looking Robinson took in the third
are over ,
J 3; Darrell Britt 3; Glen Carle 2;
the Rebels series. for the THAT FAMOUS PAINT
give a good inning Angels, getting
John Cook 2 Donald Pellicer 1
Yovanoff for his first win. .
Wilder has J. as credit
Mike ,Dozier 1; and Tony Parker Open 7 A.11.-10 P.M.-1 Days Exclusively at"If
') pitcher who has a lot of control I Tigers Ab R H :
1. State&Lambert US 1 ID 7-7190 ..
j and grace. Ball fans who enjoy I lB.. Irvin 210 1
baseball can see a smooth worker H. King 111 .
I Colonial Service Station
McNab, catcher, fit in for L. Buono 010
P EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOI1LUBRICATION 01 Flagler Beach HE 92103
his style. |iG. Worley . 321 I J Pirates 3 1 750 .
from IB. Harris 4 3 3 .
The panthers, organized I >
I 2 2 500
Tigers MOTOR TUNE-UP j Hardwar. Center
the Bunnell Midget League, have C. Carle 212 BIG SIX ,BATTERS GOODYEAR TIRES & BATTERIES I Village
Mike Dozier Robertson 401 '( HOUSE PAINTS
as leading batter|K. Ab R H Avg U.S. HIWAY 1 BUNNELL {
and who''Is setting a record for:C. Johnson 310 I M. Dozier 767 1000 I I : Match and mix any colorBulIder's
the :Mike has' G. Wertthertington 110: v ED'S Supplies Kitchenware
league. seven I
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straight hits. :J. Arnold 000 ...... W .. .... GIFTS GREETING CARDS
, Billy' Harris, pitcher, and Dar- F. ALFORD AlA Ormond Beach CL 2.0420
Specializing in Wash & Waxing
) rel ,'Britt, catcher, both are lead- I TOTAL 20 11 8 Registered Tires- Batteries-Accessories i
the with three home BlueA Ab R H JEWELER
ing league ngles '
Real Estate Broker :MINOR REPAIRS
runs. Cliff ,Werthertington is B.. Geller ,411 $
I u.s. Ilwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138
f/ the leading pitcher with three J. Kelly 2 1 0 5 Bunnell Florida 3 t BRENNAN Jewelers
wins and one loss. J.. Robertson" 3.2 1 yVWWWWYWtfWVWWUVWmodem BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO I Diamonds-Diamond Setting
"r" ... . I Fine Jewelry and Gifts
If, ' I I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus

J I, T' ,, . I ,LOUNGE j,Watches -Jewelry Watches-Clocks Repaired
.. DANCING FRIDAY & SATURDAY;| 60 E. Granada-ormond-oR 7-5056
. I I FROM 9 !
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler, Beach
..- Ormond Bedding and
', I MILLAND BAR AND Furniture Co.


Eddie & Mary Shultz Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down PaymentR.
9 a.m.-2 a.m-Sun. 1 p.m. 2 a.m.j 69 Granada, Ormond Ben. OR 7-6411
f. : Ocean Blvd-Flatter Beach |


FOR FINEFOOD I S Paints-Finishes !

/t 3 mi. N. of Flagler on AlA I Paint Sundries-Wallpaper' f

Open 7 A.M.-II P.M. 38 W. Granada-Ormond
.. I
ORange 7-0761 i
\j I Building Supplies Manufacturers of 'f

CEMENT CEMENT BLOCKS Cement Tile Roofing i i

:: :T-: : ( STEEL I ALL Fast TYPES Dependable OF ROOFING Service t f

Flagler Beach HE 9.2254

ORoage 7-5177 7.1793 t


with timeless Electric and Electric Water Heater HOME OWNED GAS COMPANY
i: : Range. PHONE n> 7-3551 OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
t/ .. =" 152 W Granada-Ormond
\ Beach
I Help Flagler County
I Open 6 A.M-II P.M. at
,' Flames and fumes are as old-fashioned as wood-burning in today's By Shopping at Home
modem kitchen:When you cook with,nameless electricity there's no I. 146 S. Atlantic Ormond
fuel grime to soil your walls or settle on your'furnishings,..no soot :!. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
1, . ,' to blacken pots and.Npans.-Your kitchen stays c1..eaner..and up to .... Your "Q" For ConcreteDial I RIGHT ON THE BEACHShrimp.SteakChopsCh1ckeu
I 16 degrees"cooler, too, because the heat goes directly into your food ;-
. j and not into your kitchen.It's faster, too. is.: CL 3-8113 Sandwiches and Shakes
l'. : DAYTONA BEACH Sandwiches and: Pies
: c Another nice thing about living'better electrically is flameless water BREAKFAST ANY TIME

1 .' ..... ry' heating..something your whole family will appreciate. It's auto Quillian's Concrete, Inc. .Ocean Spray Restaurant
\ .. -; ,g', ') malic, super-fast and super-safe. No noise, no odor, no constant- !
AlA 1 Mile South of
-:, s -: burning pilot flame...and no flue is needed. Just lots of hot water in CLEANERS Pier

.... .\i i>, 4, a hurry with.never a worry-and.peace of,mind that's priceless!. I I f fI Used FurnitureUpholsteryJOE

if:. ,6-. .T: '.. For an: Electric Range, see your appliance dealer.For an Electric I BUNNELL CLEANERS
'.::<,. : 'ii:,' r' .,: Water Heater...your dealer, plumber or electrical contractor. I WE GIVE TV STAMPS WELLBORN
t : ' Open Dally S t. 6 Furniture & Upholstery I
,< < ,i- ) Phone ID 7-3188 GOOD USED FURNITURE
.-i: "? # jfc flamelessM eZ #
315 N. Bay St Bunnell I New Bedding-M&ttres Renovating
;. '_;' _,$' ." ', ..irS CHEAPER TOOl XTaraJtnre Up.olaterlftc--TradN I
.. lAU Flnmllih Holly HtH--CL 3-2275
r. ,... DRUG STORES t tI ,,
. .. ',-' ..' Every Medallion Home includes
.. \ thex electric t I R PUBLISHERS & PRINTERS '
: .. flameless. appliances Ielr Moody's PharmacyFlagler
I ... I County'* Corner Drag Store
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the Military Assistance_Program.C
This is the program that tends -
to get lost or overlooked, in the
overall Mutual Security Program I
!' which embraces economic o t 1 1
I f t
and cultural as well as military ,

assistance. ,
Shortly after we embarked, on }!
our Military Assistance Program I R.AN '
< :
.to stop the onrush of Commun IB r ;H
ism throughout the world, one r'I''

,of our top military leaders told' K r 1'
tI mow. I
me that without the help of our
I allies and the aid we were giving 7
them, it would cost us -$40 > o .1 i ir .1I
A.S. (Syd) Herlong I billion a year to-"go it alone" iir I
Congressmen Fifth District on the same basfs. 'He thoughtour

"Foreign Aid" has come In for I Military Assistance Programwas AT SHELTON'S ij ijii
I :a great deal of abuse from the a great bargain then. I ; ,
American people-some of undoubtedly -I think it's still a bargain.
deserved as we, unaccustomed ,I In 1947 we rejected the Fortress -I 'TOP VALUE STAMPS Iql
'to our world leadership America idea. We decidednot PLUS REGULAR LOW PRICES }i';'
f role, fumbled and bumbledour to draw into. our shell and I t
way into the handling of I abandon the rest of the Tree Grade "A" Whole .
the world's complex, postwar World to whatever gate might I II
problem. But to one part of this I befall it. Instead, we undertook I s
program I think we' can now to draw the line on which we i FRYERS "lb. 29
point with considerable, Pride- and our allies would ,stand.I : .
,I Since 1947 we alive spent $30 I

r billion on aiding, our allies to I II I
.hold this line through this pro-
f gram. We have saved strategicareas Choice Rib & Loin Small MeatySPARE

what's of more inestimable, saved millions value, and of, LAMB CHOPS lb. 69 RIBS lb. 49

people' from being gobbled. 'up,
by the Communists. Square, Cut Shoulder Budget .BrandBreakfast

It has(Continued not been on easy.page The, 8)"for- I. LAMB ROAST Ib. 39 Bacon 3 Ibs. $1 i

Fresh Tender 1 lb. bag
Florida Is Truly

PORK LIVER lb. 29' AIIPorkSausage3lbs98t ;

I Land of FlowersFlorida .

is truly the land of Henderson's
I 'flowers with a $50 million flow-
HORACE D. RIEGLEYour =er-bulb-plant production annually 5lb.

Present Circuit Judge and a, rank of sixth among SUGAR 29c ;
the states, the Florida State

1 VOTE. Chamber: of Commerce points

out."Gladilus ..
f\\t: May 8 chrysanthemumsand
orchids Florida's Limit One, with $7.00 food order or more
are : $ princK
[ TO KEEP: pal commercial flowers.' Others II I

include lilies, poinsettias, roses, 6 oz. Folgers Alabama Girl 48 oz. I ICOFFEE
J asters, hydrangeas, begoniasand
JUDGEHORACE snapdragons."The WHOLE DILLS ea.3ge ,
I ( ,7ge
growing of indoor plants .
D. and outdoor ornamentals, ferns Kraft 18 oz. jar) :
and palm branches is a signifi- oz. cans
cant part of the industry. A81f6 APPLE JELLY ea.Zge

"Seeds, bulbs and nursery -
RIEGLEYOUR stock, of citrus, peaches, pears, DRINKS 4'for $100 Krafts

plums, grageSx avocados, berries< '

CIRCUIT' JUDGE and Sn appreciable pecans: are quantities.also produced 1 j FARM FRESH PRODUCE Miracle' Whip '

"Florida's cut flowers are'' Fresh WesternLETTUCE ;
IMPARTIAL shipped all over the nation. DurI I

EXPERIENCED ing the 1960-61 season, ,,856,000 I head 1ge qt. 39* .
hampers of gladiolus (of 20 ;
r, QUALIFIED bunches each) moved out of I Schoolboy
Limit One with $7.00 food order or ;
Florida principally for mid-
Atlantic arid New England desti- more

"'Vote. forHORA nations.' I APPLES ea.390 Food King Quarters i
E D. RIEGLEPaid "Chrysanthemum shipmentscame '
to 379,000 cartons (22 II' Fresh FirmEGGPLANT OLEO 2 IB, 290 :
bunches each) and 69,000 car
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tons (of 6 pots each) of potted I n.100 Sparky's 10 lb. bag
chrysanthemums were shipped'
ORMOND PRESCRIPTION to out-of-state points during last I CHARCOAL. ,
PHARMACY season.
Sick Room New Decanter 48 oz. sizeWESSON .
24-Hour Prescription Service OIL
I Free Delivery in Flogler Beach SO FREE 5 $1
Rt. AlA 1 mL North or
ORMOND PEACH-,Tel. OR 7-1661 -
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i THE'OU1EOARDER 'I with purchase 5 g'Gree T
28 oz. bottle Kraft.BARBQUE .' .. PEAS
... Authorized Evlnrude Dealer :
BOATS -ACCESSORIES REPAIRS Limit One with $7.00 food order or.- ;
and this coupon Green Giant 303 canCREAM
Dockage Storage Free Ramp more :
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Coupon void 42862H oc; .
825 Ballough f Rd Daytona I Birds Eye CORN

I QJijr 1lagter Qfribun I TOP,5OFREE VALUE STAMPS CUT CORN 2' p k g .39"e ry ;Niblets 12. 'oz.. VHOLEKERNEL can.. .

BUN7TKI. FLORIDA .with the purchase 'of Morton's Pkg. of 12 CORN


". MRS. M. B, FULLER Editor
'at, & this coupon \ , .
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.' -. DeeI..t Oflelal Pnbll mtl Quantity Rights
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February ..1913.at the p tflet < pr more i
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: :,' Leonard Magee of -Perfklns I Word was received here this I ',' II
t: Okla., brother of Otis Magee of i ii week of the passing of Albert A.I I t I .j I I
Flagler Beach, passed away Meadows, father of Betty Mead-
L.-. April 15 there. Mr. Magee had I ows of Flagler Beach. |
E. visited here last summer with I He was a resident of Lincoln :
ff the Magees. Park, Michigan, and was 79; Flagler Food Store .
;-, He is survived by his wife, years of age. ,I II Ij
and three children of Perkins; I ,
his mother, six brothers and j :Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brown, Jr.,1 I' .
sisters, and four grandchildren and. two children" of Wedgefield,; Flagler Beach .
:', are among the survivors. (S. C., and C. M. Ryan, Jr., are'''i
guests of their parents, Mr. and PRICES GOOD THURS. -' FRI. SAT. APRIL 2627.28, 1962
i The classes of the Flagler Mrs. R. B. Ryan, Sr. '. j I
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'.,; Beach Elementary School had -- t 1
their Easter Egg'hunts at 'various The Flagler Beach Parent-
',1(t.' places last Thursday. The Teacher Association will have!; I.
.. first grade had theirs at the ball their last meeting of the year! : :
' : field in Hillcrest, the second' had next Tuesday night, May 1, at! .Fj iRiWhOl: 29 t
f',: theirs at Mrs. Bryce Sheelers and 7:30 o'clock in the school audl 1 Iba.
the third grade had theirs at torium. There will be an installation -) '.
Mrs. Emma Kulps. The fourth, of new officers and the ; ,,_
:; fifth and sixth grades had theirson hospitality committee will serve,

the school grounds. Walter refreshments afterward. Spanish' U. S. Choice, Beef I Our Own Home Made
:' Burns, sixth grade student, Awards,will be given that'night I I
found the prize egg. to students for the best Spanish : CLUB J PURE PORKSausage.
linquist in two groups and also i iI ii 1
) Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson for the six runners-up in each. F
. and children, David, Debra, and. I I STEAKS 89Palm I .. : i lb. 49
Dale, were in Gainesville Sun- I Tuesday, May 1, there will be,
day visiting with Mrs. Johnson's a potluck dinner at the Methodist -) -- ,
'mother, Mrs. Arthur Babbitt,. Church at Flagler Beach at
River Fresh Sliced
who is a patient in, the Univers 6 P.M. Following the dinner f
4 ity Teaching Hospital. will be the'quarterly conference,I SLICED PORKLIVER.
r. \ according to Rev. R. N. Hoover,I
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wells had '
their for the ,holidays minister. Everyone is invited BACON 4.9 29'BAKERITE
as guests and members of the official lb. lb.
their daughter, Mrs. ,Hal Ashley, board are urged to attend.
and two children, from Miami .
and their son, Tommy, who is Visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
, '. employed at the RCA plant in Raymond Smith over the weeK- 6 oz. MAXWELL HOUSE
West Palm Beach. end was their daughter, Mrs..
--- Jim Wilson, and three children.Mr. INSTANT I
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitneyhad -
as their guests for several. and Mrs. H. L. Burnham
days Mr. and :Mrs.' Michael De I have returned to their summer H COFFEE ,
Maria and children from ,East J home in Goffstown, N. H., after t tjar tr .. :j SHORTENING .
I' : Patterson, N. J. Mrs. De Maria; ,i J spending the winter at their, '
is Mrs. Whitney's" sister. I home here. '

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Clerk of the Circuit CourtIS 46 oz. can Del Monte Shurfine

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Your,Support to That Effect. Deeply Appreciated.Paid .
303 can Musslemans Ruta
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303 can Sunlite 64 Count .

For Member School Board District No. \ TOMATOES can TETLEY TEA .I
303 Our iavoriteGREEN "
I anra lifelong\ resident of Flagler County. BEANS BAGS pkg. 590

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I am the mother of three teenage school children.I .
303 Mustard-Collard I Roman 5
was educated. in Flagler County Schools and the TURNIP GREENS cancan LIQUID. ,
Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. =
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} 'I am a member the Methodist Church and a member I HOMINY I:;. .1 O 2 -- .

of it's official board. 300 can BushBLACK 60 Count +i

.' I am a teacher in Sunday School and Past Superintendent 'EYE PEAS SOFLIN WHITENAPKINS
,I of the Sunday School. cancan ?'
300 can BushKIDNEY lOc

i have served you faithfully and diligently for the BEANS r '-.' . pkg. I

t, past two and one-half years on the School Board. I 26 oz. Gordy's I J JI
300 Showboat
The past one and one-half years as Chairman. can

I have a through knowledge of the intricate opera- can I pkg. ,
tion of the School System. This has been accomplished -
! by careful study of the laws and regulations I FROZEN FOODS PRODUCE
that govern its operation.I .
i 10 oz. Birds Eye Golden Ripe .

have and will continue to work hard to provide
qualtiy_ education for our children. t GARDEN..PEAS Pkg. 210 BANANAS b. )

in to the 14 oz. Four Fishermans Fresh
\ I am qualified every'respect perform
required ,duties of'the office ,and have the time to FISH SHOtS pkg.49c CARROTS b..1-
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6 oz. Seald SweetLEMONADE Yellow
t 'Your Vote for RIA A. JOHNSTON is a vote for

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B.. Geller 0 1 000 ,. ': ' -S .
7 .'Cody 4. 2 11 i S _- J
M. Robinson 0 0 000 '
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( from Page, 2) HOSPITAL TEAM IS, G. Barber 3_ 1 0 ,. ., , I,I
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TOP CONTENDER J. Bertha 100 .

_PITCHING .BECORD Flagler Clinic and Hospital T. Spicer ; ,' 100 Flagler County:
W L P So
which finished second in 1962,
Wertherington 3 1 750 25 TOTAL -- -, 26 10 10
will come up with little strong- :
B. Harris 2 2 500 39 I have qualified as a candidate for member of
erteam this summer. Pirates Ab R H '
M. Dozier 2, 1 666 25 of Flagler County
Manager Whittaker has, sign T. Whitaker 412PeeWee the Board of Public .
.B. Robinson 1 2 333 18 5
I' ed up Smilin Jim Ward, last I, Robinson ,232 I from District No. 5.
r T. Spicer 0 '1 000 2Let's 5
year's batting champ, Aubrey Geo. Revel "4 .1 0

I Spivey, Dick Littlefield, George C. Wertherington 31' 3 I am a college; graduate and have had more than
1 Robbie, Jim Burnsed, Billy Deen, M Barber 301 16 of whichwas
30 of teaching experience, years
Hive a Chaige Jerry Cauley, Bobby Kendall, Greg Robertson 300 years
in Bunnell High School.
'k J1fl.F!! Eugene NipperHarryKuleskiand I Hal King 300 ,..
: Bertha who should Travis
'S Big Sammy J. 301
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' have one of his finest seasons. G: 'Worley :2 0 If nominated and elected, I will continue. to work

,t The Clinic should be a top 1\\ for the best interest of Flagler County School

contender for the crown this sea. TOTAL 27 6 System. .

son 'as they have plenty of Innings 1 2 3 4 5 R _H 1 1 I \
power and speed and good Sluggers '1' 2 4 0 4 10 10 I "

pitching. Jim Burnsed and Billy Pirates 21030610 Myrtle Coekman Rice .
will the team later' ,
Deen join
Two base hits M. Dozier andG. \

in the season.SLUGGERS STOP. PIRATES Worley. Three' base hits are l ..
Whitaker and Pee Robinson. (Paid Political Adv.) '
Home runs C. Wertherington.
The Young Sluggers stopped - -

,.I.II 1 the :Pirates winning streak at
games. Cliff Werthertington 31.
wild and walked 8 batters,

up 6 runs and six hits. t THIRD EDITION OF ... ,. .' '
a tp -
The Sluggers fifth inning 4 ,;,," ', '-. ., -
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runs were scored with a few er r

V>Yk: rors.Mickey Greg'Mantle Robertson catch in made center a To My FlaglerCounty Friends: '.:, ::i :' ,;:>> ,

field, one of the necest plays'of I .

ELECT the league.The .
HOWARD J. Pirates out sluggedthe "' .
: Sluggers with some long balls. Drainage : (1)", The board operates two draglines which are

,, WISEHAIPTYOUR Both (teams played better ball used most for drainage purposes over the county. .All canals in Bun-
and the boys are making better-
4 plays. The win was No. 2 in a 1 nell have been cleaned out, canals have been cleaned and dug in .

REPRESENTATIVE how for the Sluggers. Korona, Haw Creek, St. Johns Park, Bimini, and Espanola. (2) Presently ,

I TO THELECisLATIRE 'Sluggers ,Ab R H the board is doing a major project of opening one of the '
J. Geller 200 '
: C. Dozier 312 creeks all the way from Crescent: Lake up to Black Branch. This

(Paid Political Adv) T. Parker 210 will be relief' Bunnell farm ,
I ____ a major for.- and' much of the rural and .

II': ELECT I area.

; Walton M. Kinney Taxes : It has been the policy of the board to operate on
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I , FOR MEMBER OF .: a "pay as you go" basis. There 'is ho indebtedness against the ,
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: : :i iI county board. (U.S. Highawy 1 was approved by bond issue vote whichis
I School Board District 3 .f.fs '
I paid entirely by' SRD. out of gas tax). The board-has attempted to

i I Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Vote}Oni-' -' keep taxes low so. that there will not be a heavy burden on homeownersor

f! May' 8 Primary. businesses. We ,are proud that Flagler. County has ,one of the .

1 (Paid Political Adv.) lowest tax rates in the -State. .;

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Evaluations : The board. has always respected the. constitution'
.al delegation of authority and responsibilities of other county officers. :
: Dear Friends and Citizens: I '
The board never interfers with the County Judge, Sheriff, Tax Col-

; lector, or Tax Assessor. Tax assessing and setting evaluations 'is'a .' -:.;,:
: As a candidate for the office of ,Clerk- of the constitutional duty and obligations of the Tax Assessor. The board 1

j, Circuit Court of your 'county, I. offer' the following ._ sits as an Equalizing Board once a year to renew objection to the '

., information : roll presented by' the Tax Assessor. This equalization meeting'. ,,is 'I, .1

legally advertised. Last year we did not receive a single objection
I am ,forty-six years:of age and a' life long resident ,
I to the tax ,roll. (Note : Because of these conditions ,r believe, ,the.
,! of Flagler County.I I .
present furor over evaluations is political in nature and negations ion

item of this should not be at this time. In ,other
am a combat veteran of World War II, honor- an importance ,

ably discharged with rank of captain of the United. words let's keep our taxes and evaluations out of politics). .

States Army Air Force. .
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; I owned and operated a hardware and grocery I '
New Industry: It is not a function 'or"your board to act as an
.; business in Bunnell and ,Flagler'Beach for, approximately -
Industry ,Procurment Committee. That.,is a function of civic groups. :' ,
j ten years. ..
V However, our board has offered 100% cooperation with civic groups
I am a firm believer in the democratic principle 'I and civic' leaders by offering such access roads, and canals as might

,. that each ,and all public officials be elected by the be needed to induce 'new industry to locate in Flagler County. It

people and not appointed to:.benefit, only those? of, "'- ,is believed that our ,low tax rate would. be an inducement to inidustry. ;

: personal interest. Please give.;this your careful consideration ",', ; 0
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and 'give me your support to put this :"- .
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j I feel that I am_ fully qualified for the office and If you -feel, .. after reading these three, ,articles"" that WFlagler.:: : .

}; capable/bf'. performing the. duties:, in, ,affair, impartial -. ". 1 Countyjhas jifR made, continous 'progress over* -these, :, eight years* have' 's ::
1 'and: courteous 0 manner,' and', .with" ,. honest :" c, 'served. you, then I earnestly solicit your vote; for re-election' -as your. '11-.

effort, liard work and capable help will do so. County Commissioner from District 4. \ # '
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i vote will be ;--,: .
Your and support greatly J appreciated II I f c. .. :
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,SIX, , THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL,.FLORIDA Thursday, April 26, 1962 t
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How 'To" Stay" Out germs have a reservoir in in- r from contaminated water or food.' ,visible. Suntan lotions help. prevent -:.carry typhoid diarrhea, malaria,

fected animals and man and Use water from an. approved burn. I Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Sickbed This, Summer are picked up in any open 'system, ,boil it ,or treat with And'wat out for snakes; and ,other diseases.. '
wound scratch from 'animal 'I .
or chemicals. Cook food "
well. Be
f poison ivy ("leaflet three let it.be" .
.. ,Hot soil and street dust. careful -
weather brings extra haz- excreta where you swim. In 1961
... ); and ticks, roaches, flies] Florida leads all states in the
,ards to Florida but the State Innoculation prevents it. Flor- 16 cases were reported. '
and mosquitoes which variously',commercial production of glads.
,,1 I IJoard of Health ays a few precautions ida.had 36 cases reported in,1961. Food -- "- .
poisoning: results from
: will of Diarrhea bacteria_ multipliesin t:
keep you out a :
improperly ,canned !
or preserved
sick bed. lukewarm food but milk pasteurization KEEP I
I food, or foods infected with bacteria. f
z The ,NQ, 1 hot weather menace sanitary food handling : I : <
Wash hands; do not :
t of the past=polio-has been and better refrigeration has food if hands have cuts prepare FLORIDA GROWING II
l r greatly"reduced but Dr. ClarenceM. reduced, ''the disease., It can be I cook food well. There were 804;
: Sharp, assistant state health prevented by keeping hot :food KEEPEXPERIENCED
cases reported last
I officer, named a: few others hot and cold food cold. It usually I
Sun and. heat stroke: occur asa
which' are :more common In strikes infants| There were LEADERSHIP
I result of too long exposureand
t Summer with 'suggestions of 454 cases of dysentery reportedin
too much exercise in the
J J :what do about them: 1961 and 155 o_f infant diarrhea Re-Elect Wilbur
I sun. Symptoms are headache, 'x..
: Tetanus: Florida leads the fever, 4i
prostration. Clothing '
't't 'J nation in lockjaw deaths. The Typhoid: uusually results I should be loosened and victim Ii' KING i

., . 'kept cool. One should call a ,
I physician
". Sunburn:. to prevent it, start
. with 10 or 15 minute sunbathsin
i : i.i , :, J. B. PellicerV mid'-mornIng' or late after- v GROUP 1
; > .',!" :", '.: noon, adding five minutes a day.
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}, "\ <. YOUR' .' You can burn quicker in Florida .' Pd. Political) Adv.Pd. .-
than in more northern climates, Ky': jy C : h@Si .. .by Campaign Treasurer ORBMTDON'T
t Board of County Commissioner_ even in haze when no sun is a h k\ 1

J 'DISTRICT" .4 'ON MAY 8th.. I I II -
Your Vote and Support.Will Be Deeply AppreciatedPaid '

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Flagler Truck & Tractor Co I, ,

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Bunnell, Florida Phones: Day ID 7-3242 F

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"t I 'would like to present the background of your -, -

.": candidate for, County Commissioner in District No. -. '. :," i i :, '
i 2, and introduce myself to those who do not know 1 J
me.I .
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I am 39- years old, married, have a 14 year old : i
\., ; -son, Rand. ama-member of. the Masonic Lodge. I : Vote For "' '
/ am a" Veteran of 12 years in the United States " : :
.-i Navy and'Coast Guard, serving as a Chief Yeoman ', "
{ in Administrative 'work with both branches. After -
my' hO'n'o'rable"discharge from the service ten years I .
, ago, .I moved: to Flagler Beach where, I took a I '
; position with Lehigh ,Cement Company Here for : "
1 over *4 years, I worked as payroll and maintenance : .: ARDEN KINNEY
; clerk, and left to operate my own place of busi-

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: I sincerely believe that my experience qualifies -
me to serve as your County Commissioner, and
h I-pledge'you honesty of purpose at all times in the

J i best"interest. of'Community. COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,

; .' J Elect OB May 8th.
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still give the ]i:
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t e L pital for medical treatment. can ;'
lt a. enJOY'I i
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Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKnight to help you ,
LOCALS and F. H.Howell were in Gaines I Telephone :
ville Sunday visiting with Mrs. '
Howell who is a patient in the I:

I University Teaching Hospital.Mr. I Florida j ,.
TUESDAY EVENING and Mrs. M. B. Fuller and '-
J. Tilton was honored. Thursday .
I Eula Lee Moody motored to ..
Mrs. Ralph Massey, Jr., recent afternoon with a birthday Gainesville Sunday to visit Mrs.Fuller's .
bride, was honored guest at a party-at the home of his parents, sister, Mrs. Arthur Bab-,
1 party Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S.' J. Tilton, Jr.,
bitt, who is a patient in the
D_r. and Mrs. John Canakaris. in Bimini.T he occasion was his I I
University Teaching Hospital .
{ The bride's table was overlaid fourth anniversary.
with a white damask cloth Twenty-five of his young play-
-- and centered with a bride's.cake mates enjoyed the afternoon Mr. and, Mrs., Walter Knight
: topped with a miniature bride with him. ,An Easter Egg Hunt had as their' dinner guests Sun CLOSE ;
and bridegroom. This was flank- was a feature of the afternoon's day their children and their I{
ed with branched candelabras entertainment., families. Present were: Mr. and .
holding lighted white tapers. Mrs. Tilton served birthday Mrs. Eldon Knight and children; Pharmacy
The guest list included Mrs. cake and ice cream to her: young Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knight and
Zack Holland, Mrs. Louise Man. guests. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy -
os, Mrs. Raphael Sturman, Mrs. 1 Durrance and Rebecca..
Levi Brannam, Mrs. H. T. Cook, James Craig has returned to --
I Mrs. Curtis Deen, Mrs. C. B. his home here after receiving Guest of Mrs. Laura Frier and 1
11 Eisenbach, Mrs. William Deen, medical treatment at the Halifax 'I Hubert Frier several days this .
I. Mrs. Elizabeth Hoff, Miss Celia Hospital in Daytona Beach week were Mrs. 'Frier's daughter I 1
I Lord, Mrs. Elma Drady, Mrs. several days. I Mrs. Eliza Hatten, and Mrs. .
Louis Wadsworth, and Mrs.:' 1 I Lucille Horne of Hazelhurst, Ga. ,
Phillip Edmonson mother of the Mr. and Mrs. Walter' Knight!I :"
bride. were visiting in Jacksonville! 4 ,
Tuesday on business. i I Mrs. Laurie Yelvington has .
Mrs. Laura Frier and Hubert I reutrned to her home here aft. "
Frier of Bunnell and Polly Pel- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cameron I er recently undergoing ,
licer of New Smyrna Beach, returned Thursday to their homein !in Jacksonville. She has
visited in .Brooksville Sunday Belverdere, S. C., after an extended rated at the home of her ecupe.1 AppreciatedPaid
I.I with Mrs. Reva Brooks and fam visit here with ''Mr. and ter, Mrs. William (
ily. Mrs.: William Deen and family. Quincy, Florida, for a week before i
returning home. She was -
accompanied here by Mrs. Luten f.
who spent two days here.

To Fellow f .
My Citizens
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1 I would like to take this -
Of means' by which to convey my
Flagler County
: sincere thanks to all my friendsfor OXYGEN
their cards, flowers and j
Treasurer"r"f I I EQUIPPED
many acts of kindness duringmy
First I would like to thank you for your confidence stay in the hospital and con. AMBULANCES

t in me as your County Commissioner. from valescing Sincerely at home., I F : : :

11 I t I District. No. 2 for many years. :.' +. I Gladys C. Salyerds. I I 201 FLORIDA _.

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candidate for re-election subject to your, approval
,w on May j> 8. I '

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allin an\ expanding area in the'United States and overseas. j

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| HERLONG [Spain, Ethiopia and Libya, a-1 rstances I F where .waste and misuse -

long with small programs in| of funds have been uncovered -
It 100 YEARS .
happened agoThe I ISAYS J places like Jordan, Lebanon, Tu. ; I think it is well to point out

Continued from Page 3) nisla[ Morocco and the new Af- 1 that while the articles you read

i[rican countries i j jI |I about the disgraceful waste I Ii
oldest Incorporated trade association in the country, the I "
,ward areas, those countries I from other '\
I i come sources, the actual -
United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862. . I face to face with the Commun- I General Palm adds: 'There is'j uncovering done
was by
the same year that I I:ist powers, were in dire danger !Tone more important point. Military !!'{(the Congress itself, and action I

when we first embarked on the ; Assistance money is all,is being taken to correct' the bad

I program. They were badly disorganized I Ii ,i handled in and by our own serv- ]'situations: even before you read '

i and equipped, and :ice departments. The director of i' ..
;about them. But with the tremendous -
we had no fund of experience ]military assistance gives them bargain we
'I' are getting
in our efforts to help. We and j j specific orders to deliver specific ,in our military assistance part ""

our allies made a great many I: things, and what our Allies re- of the program, 5 and even with I
I Itl ceive is deliveries-deliveries of
mistakes-some costly ones ; this waste which I deplore and .:
but somehow we managed to 'hardware (weapons), deliveries
i'I i I am doing everything I can to .I
muddle through. : of training delieveries of con- .
j I stop, we are still getting our
:struction. So. there is little !
.I With experience we have vast. 1 i i i i money's worth. :::1I

ly, improved the Free World's !t chance for military assistance \ .
i[money to become involved in I I )'- .
.. 'lXNJN I military posture everywhere. But NOTICE. ..
: L' VfJ r.YLIIi..NN% "FW N ,:there's still much room for im- j[bribery and corruption.The I I The Flagler County Board of
County Commissioners requests that
tl s tiN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the provement. I job of developing effective -(I sealed bids be submitted on or before -
9:00 A. M. Monday. May 7. 1962 _
:public lands to which the state claimed title through secession -Accordingto General W. B. I military forces on the Free i I for Ten (10) one and/or two ton .:..

should be restored to market at $1 and $2 an acre, soldiers to Palmer, director of military as- World's perimeter is a Dig one 1 I I air the conditioning first floor of units the courthouse.installed on

have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state sistance, in a recent report to and an important one. General i Specifications may be obtained
celebrated with steins of beer. I from the Clerk's office In the court-
the event was foaming Palmer admits there are some I
.' the Army War College, the pro- I I i house.JOHN
weak the almost A. CLEGG. Chairman j
gram is taking on more and spots among

For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev- more effectiveness, although it 50'f countries we are aiding. They I I ATTEST E. A. :SMYTHE Clerk Board

erage of moderation-light, sparkling f! countries'without County Commissioners of
refresh'f'f still is not up to U. S. military Flagler County Florida
ment that adds a touch of Southern
standards. But he finds the improvement -I industry and with a highrate S April 19-26-2tc
Floridians have
to any occasion. always enjoyedthe I I
I gratifying.He [ of illiteracy. Giving these IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT.FLAGLEU ,
that with glass.
good fellowship goes every II
also reports that just under people modern military equip. I FLORIDA.' NOTICE OF PRO-. .

TODAY,in its centennial year,the United States } 90 per' cent of the Military I ment instruction poses some real ESTATE I1ATE. OF

!Brewers Association still works constantly to assure Assistance funds go to countriesface I problems. But taking the program I W. H. DEEN. Deceased. .
: maintenance of high standards of quality, to face with the Communist I I as a whole, General ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN

and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. powers. Adding in Latin 'er feels that great palm-I THE :ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT -

America, where the emphasisfalls been and is being made. I You are hereby notified that a ,I

that is most written instrument purporting to
mostly on the internal security be the Last Will and Testament of

... ... ,....... .- of 'the more shaky countries is not to say that I in said decedent has been admitted to
. probate in said Court.
If.. L RID DiVlSO; : about 93 per cent is accounted any way condone waste, nor doI You are hereby commanded within -

yENN Y-' tJN1rEtl: iST"T for. The remaining 7 believe in giving any assist. date six of calendar the first publication months from of this the I

i E RS..: $ "'}1Q ;JfiQ :- percent is involved in our base I I ante to countries friendly with !I notice to appear in said Court and

"..' Il (1111Eii Ilildg1l1PolU; ','',-',.\4R.., _.NOq.. .'" Ii '1\";
----- ting said, Will to probate shouldnot

I i I II (SEAL stand) unrevoked.T. K. MCKNIGHT .

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ChurchInterdenominational i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. SEVENTH

Daytona Ave. I EUNICE McDQNELL.Plaintiff..

I Defendant.
I Sunday School 10:00 A.M. DIVORCE

Church Service. 11:00. A.M. THE STATE NOTICE OF TO FLORIDA.AI'PEAR TO: ".*
I R.. W. DICKERT. Pastor BeaurepalreProvince 81 Devon Road ..

i I of Quebec.

j are hereby notified that a
Nxaq NOTICE I suit for divorce has been filed
Notice la hereby given that pur- against you in the above entitled
suant to motion duly made, seconded cause and you are hereby requiredto
and carried by the Board of serve upon Plaintiff's Attorney
County Commissioners of Flagler whose name and address appear
County. Florida, at a Regular hereon your written defense. If
y Meeting of said Board held on the any. to the Complaint in said suit
2nd day of April. A. D. 1962. Inspectors on or before the 17th day of May
C and Clerks of each Elec- 1962; else decree pro confesso wulbe
tion District or Precinct in Flagler entered against you. .
County. Florida were appointedand WITNESS my hand and seal of
voting places or polling places I said Court this 16th day of April
for each Election District or Pre- 1962. .
cinct in Flagler County Florida (SEAL) E. A. SMYTHE
were designated for the First Primary As Clerk of said Court -
I.t: Election to be held on Tuesday By ,Julia R. Harvey
the 8th day of May. A. D. 1962. Deputy. Clerk
I the said Board of County Commis- W. L. WadsworthP.
jX sioners of Flagler County, Florida O. Box 396
w laving appointed the following Bunnell. Florida
named persons as Inspectors and Attorney for Plaintiff
Clerks respectively and having April 19-26 & May 3-10-4tc
I I designated the following voting or I
4 4 -.- polling places for said Election; i!I IN TilE COURT OF TilE COUNTY
Bunnell. Flagler County. Florida. I FLORIDA. IN PI101IATE.
Vote in the County Commissioners IN RE: Estate of
Room in Flagler County Courthouse I W. H. DEEN. Deceased.To .
at. Bunnell, Flagler County. All Creditors and Persons
s Florida. I' Having Claims or Demands Against
Flossie Richardson. Geneva Rodgers Said Estate:
ptt., x Isabel Barrow Inspectors: You and each of you are hereby
Pearl Woods Clerk. notified and required to present any
: S'h Precinct No. 2 claims and demands which you. or
Flagler: Beach Flagler' County. either of you. may have againstthe
Florida. Vote in the Flagler Beach estate of \V H. Deen. deceased.
Recreation Center. Flagler Beach late of said to the County
Florida. .Judge of Flagler County.. Florida,
Bertha Mlnchew. Elsie E. White at his office in the court houseof
Harrv Whetstone Inspectors; GraceT. said County at Bunnell. Florida.
Clay Clerk. within eight calendar months from
Precinct No. 3 the time of the first publication of
r Haw Creek, Flagler County. this notice. Each claim or demand
ida. Vote in Community Hall. Hoar shall be in writing and shall state '.
Creek. the place of residence and post office
Doris C. Tucker. :Mae Kelfer address of the claimant and shallbe l
Nazhla J. Trad. Inspectors; Taudy sworn to by the claimant agent
Bowden Clerk. attorney and any such claim or i
Precinct No. 3-A demand not so filed shall be void. I
Ram.a. Korona. Flagler County. Florida. W W DEEN j
Vote In Church Hall. Korona. J. C. DEEN
Imogene F. Strickland Ruth C. As Executors of the Last I
... Mikulka, Antoinette Slovak. Inspec- Will and Testament of
..--,.,', .+ tors; Elenore K. Nelsen. Clerk. W. H. Deen. deceased. 1
Prerlnet No. 4 April 5-U-19-26--4tc
.... Vote In Ft. .Johns Park Community S I
Hall. St. .Johns Park Flagler. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF1
Gertrude B. Ramsey. Virginia P. IN CIIANCEUV NO. 4441
Holt. .Jo Ann Crews Inspectors; SIEGFRIED A. BUD lUCK. I

Count theextension phones Eva R. Wiser.Pr*..la..Clerk.t No. 4-A vs Plaintiff S
Vote in Masonic Hall Bunnell. BLANCHE BUDRICK. -
Flagler County Florida. Defendant.
,Jennie R. Green. Amorette D. NOTICE TO DKPKND _
Wells, Margaret 'Harding. Inspec- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO:
days and nights tors; Nina Spivey. Clerk.Precinct BLANCHE BUDRICK .
can ease your . No. 3 S3 London Street
Vote in Community Hall. Espanola. Lowell. MassachusettsYou
Flagler County. Florida. are hereby notified that a
Dallas Gordon. Lucile B. Cobb suit has been filed against you in
t Minute to relax? Prop up your 4 Husband away on a business Frances Arnold. Inspectors; Mar- the above entitled cause; and you
1 Jorie N. Robertson. Clerk.Preclart are hereby required to file your answer -
feet and chat with a friend. trip? Phone at your bedside for No. 5-A with the Clerk of this Court
Vote In .Johnson Building. AlA and to serve a copy thereof upon -
: ; ? safety, security. Highway. Marineland. Flagler the plaintiff or nlalntlffs attorney,
Sewing or mending County. Florida. whose name and address is:
: 2 L titla L. LeGreve. Margaret C. RAY SELDEN
' Phones are there where you are. Collings.: Marion L. Atkins. Inspec- Selden Building-
So . call the telephone business tors; Coley D. Mitchell Clerk. Daytona Beach. Floridanot
By order of the Board of. County later than May 3, A. D. 1962.
; Busy in ,the kitchen? Just.reach office and find out how easy it is Commissioners of Flaeler County -If you fall to do mo, decree pro
\ : 3 Florida In regular meeting at Bun- confesso will be entered against
'. : for the phone and take or make to add phones where you need nell. Flagler County. Florida this you for the relief demanded in the
2nd day of April. A. D. 1962. bill of complaint. The nature ofsaid
? calls without stirring a step. them most. JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman suit being for divorce.
of the Board of County Commissioners WITNESS my hand and seal of
S . : : of Flagler County said Court this 28th day of March
Florida. A. D. t96Z.
: : : s\'thern: I Bell Attest and Coaaty C..... *- (.Official Seal)
al..en Seal AmxedtE. E. A. SMYTHir

: ;'t____ A. SMYTHE. Clerk Board Clerk of said Circuit Court
. "1M FiiIiM ,
of County Commissioners of By Julia R Harvey t

. _', ", J' .. \- 0 ,' April of lueler 26-Itc County Florida. April t ceputy Clerk f

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ture of peat and sand or other''bulbs in a 1:1,000 bichloride of t the rate of one ounce in 2 gal on the plants. Control h1n-
I q 4 II pores medium. j:mercury solution before plant- :lIons, of water. sects with a spray of 3 table-

If the weather is humid and1 ing. If the fungus shows up on Insects don't usually gnaw on spoons of either 40 per cent tox-
(By HerveY ,Sharpe II |
I moist, small bulblets will form I plants I you may lessen the severity -;![amaryllis. Occasionally the lubber -', aphene wettable powder or 40'
The amaryllis Is like some between the scales of the cut II ]I of the attack by spraying,II j grasshopper and the cater- per cent chlordane'wettable'
debutantes-both must watch I pieces In about four weeks. .I with a neutral copper spray at pillar of the Spanish moth feed powder in a gallon of water.
their diets if they are to be These will be ready for potting j, ,
beautiful. or planting after, one growing; I
season and should bloom in two! ;
However, the situation is more i j I !
or three'years.. ji
J acute with the bulbs than with I i Re-Elect L'
r the maidens, because too much In seed propagation harvest ,
food will not even produce a the seed pods after they turn I ., .' .'

I "wallflower." yellow 'and begin to break open. ; W. L. "Billy" WADSWORTH ] '
) Next, dry the seeds for a few ,,
So, if this spring's attempt at days and plant them in a flat I '

growing tall stemmed garden or a bed. Be, sure the soil is For Representative
State Legislature
beauties produced greenery and well drained and shaded. The .
no ,blossoms, it's a good guess amount of light should be increased .

that you had a heavy hand in after the young plants From Flagler Florida
the fertilizer bag. Prolonged County
come up until they can stand j,
drying of bulbs, planting immature -. full sunlight. .
bulbs, too much shade and
Indoor gardeners who can'twait
soil too rich in nitrogen also
the three years for the I ,
t cause flower failure.' When
I seedlings to reach the "debutante :
., planted in deep shade amaryllis .
stage, can purchase! mature]
'plants 'often die. bulbs and force them to bloom: 1. I believe the property "of religious, charitable

Amaryllis is. one of a group in about eight weeks at any veterans, unions's and women's clubs ("
of plants that when grown in time of the year. For this in should not be taxed. "
t a soil with high nitrate content, side job pot the'bulb with one- t
tends to vegetate profusely, ac' half to two-thirds of the bulb I
,i cording to Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental above the soil and maintain a 2. I believe that people, in general, are happy ; 1'
horticulturist with the constant temperature. These two to pay taxes for education of America's '-

I Agricultural Experiment Stations factors-with a bit of luck-will,I children. ,
/ induce early flowering. I
f Diseases lare not serious inamaryllis' 3. I believe that an elected official is a public ss'e, .
You dan overcome ,the all 1 but it is
production, servant and,not a dictator..
i' J leavesand' no flower situation a sound practice to keep an eye t
by using fertilizers low in nitrogen for known '
open, a fungus as ,
or ;by planting the bulbs I"red-blotch" or leaf scorce. Look I f'11 ,""J.-J' ... .. . . <, .. .
in less fertile soil and givingthe for red spots on leaves, stems
plants a short supply of water 4 and petals. I (Paid Political.Adv.) :
during the late stages of To prevent the disease, soak '
prowth. I

f fertilizer How much? and what' kind of II 6,I

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When establishing a new II !
amaryllis planting apply only a 5 ,
r bs ,
:.cq vw
I pound of a 1:3:3 ration (nitro-

gen phosphorus, potassium), fertilizer -
per 100 square feet of bed
space. ''Doling out this meager
amount of plant food' keeps rank
growth to a minimum. "

Bulbs' that are flowering' now, .. .. + i gv.Kojk; % .%7
t .v o ; ra ; y g
will be ready for digging this 0 r .%f tdo yy

i fall .At harvest time, remove I
y the offsets ,from the parent bulb : S% ,
: and plant them. Under Florida p '

climate it will take about three X ': j Ez tk I
years before the offsets reach S
flowering size. But in, the mean 1
time the "mother" bulb will I ; iwr : IqON

, \ furnish you with color. .
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propogate amaryllis by seed and ':#

by cuttage.
If you want to propogate by 1

cuttage, then, make use of a
sharpe knife at digging time in :

late summer. Cut the mother
bulbs into a number of piecesup ,
to 60 if you are an expert.Be W 1\ : l 1 gig 11

sure each piece has a pore
tion of the stem tissue or basal
plate of the bulb attached to


Next, dust the wedges with ;. ,
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ferbam or thiram to prevent disease -
and plant immediately in
a flat or bed, containing a mix

extra gallon of your choice
with each gallon you buy

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it'.f': PAGE TEN THE FLAGL.ER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, April 26, 1962 t

L. :Potato Chip Firm, I ery it manufacturers.It Future Teachers !Elaine Deen accompanied her at The prizes were gift certificates ")
is expected that all 200 ex- ; the piano. at Anderson's Drug Store.

f:x;'. :Hew' Manufacturer 1 t I will habit be spaces occupied at the by exposition manufacturers Club Easter Parade I The 'first place winner in the I

t, ..: I t( elementary division was MinnieBeen .
; # of everything from washers The F. T. A. had its sixth
i1 At Industrial Fair ,I an- who tap danced. Second RCA VICTOR
i to windows, from electronics.
nual Easter Parade and Talent
place went to Mary Ann Steflik
f\ FIorida.'s elevators and from tools to LIVING COLOR TV
newest manufactur- Ito Show at the gym last Saturday who played a piano solo and
r f ,ing concern, Scottie's Potato I textiles. The show is sponsored night. Mary Susan Brannamwas third went to Helen Grissom who "LOOK IN FOR THE THE WINDOW"Southern PICTURE,

t; Chips of Orlando, will have: an t by the Florida Development the Mistress of Ceremonies. 'sang "Sad Movies." Judges for Radio & Television 1
Commission, the Associated In- 226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001
exhibit at the Florida Industrial
i t the Talent Show Mrs, Alice
There 26 and
dustries of Florida, the Florida were boys
Exposition at Orlando April 25- J
Stevens and Mr. Basil Wood.
I:i' 28 and will distribute samples State Chamber of Commerce and girls who participated in the ,
',.: uif its products. the Florida Bankers Association. Parade. The Easter Bunny pre .................-..........................-.-.ri.iiji '"
sented Easter baskets which i' '
The food processing company, FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
(were filled with toy chickens
; "wh'ich began production the first W. S. McIntosh i
and rabbits and jelly beans to
of this month; is only one of a I .
all the children in the parade. AMBULANCE
I number of new Florida concerns Passes Away
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> which have reserved, exhibit, I Following the Easter Parade SERVICE
:: :. 'pace at the exposition. I Monday '- was a Talent Show. David AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

"" For example, Hurricane Fiber- Brown was the first place win-
-glass Products of Auburndale I William Swinton McIntosh,,'ner in the,high school division.He Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We

.. will show its new fiberbglass I brother of Mrs. George Allen Sr. played a baritone solo and are always at" your service: with promptness safety and
airboat. The craft is similar to jand John N. McIntosh of Bun- ,was accompanied by Ted Weber i experience.

those traditionally used in the:nell, passed in Atlanta, Georgia 'at the piano. Second place went I
Florida Everglades except for the!Monday after an illness. sev- to Linda Harris who sang Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

: use of fiberglass in .its construction. eral weeks. He was 73 years ,"Graduation Day" and dedicated 4

'of age. II ,it to the seniors. Third place i Garcia Funeral Home

E. Z. Towers of Tampa also 'Funeral services held at went to Barbara Smythe who i
I were P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral 1 Director -
-,.,' will exhibit a new: product-In 11 o'clock Wednesday morning was dressed as a "Flapper and
'; ,, this case a telescopic tower for Point :who sang "I Love My Baby." I II LADY ASSISTANTWWVW
from the East
two-way radio. The tower tele- Church. Baptist ___ ........_ / I
scopes 'to a height of 40 feet.
Survivors include his wife and
h c A: Belfab: Corporation of Daytona i
two daughters of East Point;
;: :Beach will show another unusual '
5; six brothers and sisters, Mrs. .
:ry product-bellows for cam-'
George Allen and John McIntosh
' k;- eras. Belfab makes a number oft .
of .Bunnell; O. T. McIntosh and \
types of camera bellows, including '
Mrs. J. T. Atwood of Darien, Ga.;
a' special type for military 1 : :
t: ; -> 'fI.Mrs. F. B. Atkinson and Mrs. M.

<, use.The exposition will include a H. Burroughs of Brunswick, Ga.

r" number of outside displays. The at your Chevrolet Dealers One-Stop Shopping Center ..
:Martin ,Company of Orlando will THE BOOK NOOK ,_

show a ,complete Pershing'' missile ,,!: ,'
including transporter. I .
j erector-launcher. By Byron Farwell '- .

:i The V-Way Company of Lake. The book "The Man Who Presumed -ti
!\" land,' makers of road-building ," is about Sir Henry ,Mor-
ton Stanley, famous African explorer -
t equipment, also will have an
outside display of the machin- born in 1841, in Ireland
f- / The story takes place the world

wide. Stanley was a man who

< CLASSIFIEDADS! had 'an uge to do great thingsIn
exploration. When he was

y: eighteen he came to America as
t i..J ,
a cabin boy on an English' ship
since then he considered himselfan
'*'., fl&ftitf under thla heading are I American citizen. He .fought I
,,t-\ ; :3 cent per word each Uuertlon,
{..., 75 cent la minimum charge. in the War between the States I
, on both the North and South's
Jk'. FOR SALE-a six burner Magic ,
-j Chef range in good condition side and deserted from both.. NOVA WAGON -
. : One of his most famous ad .
and reasonable. Phone
,. very
venture's was the find of Dr. ;
... 3D 73609., 426.2tc Livingstone, who was thoughtto liveliness and loads of fun at a low low price! .

J* :.FOR SALE-57 Custom Ford 6- be lost .in Africa. Stanley was The buys are warming up with the weather Who ever thought a wagon could have such f

t---:. cylinder, one owner, in good condition the first to explore lake Victoria at your Chevrolet dealer's. And what a compact price-and still be so generous 4

t and priced reasonable. and lake Albert and the first to beautiful ways he's got for getting away! with load space. This one's got a longer l load \,
**" G all Gordon Buckles ID 73786. the continent I' floor than any compact-over 9, ft. with
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