Title: Flagler Tribune
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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: May 3, 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: VID00642
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33426131
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50, NO. 17 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1962 2.50 A YEAR :1
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Annual - 1
I I Spring .1

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,;, Band Concert ;'

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[ d I I The "Biggest Little Band in I II

.' I fs", r '. r + 'afr Dixie" presents its annual, :<4\\
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I' J i Spring Band Concert Friday eve '
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._. :, : I It I I ning at 8 o'clock in the Flagler _
Gymnasium in Bunnell.
A different type of concert has

been planned rather than the
I.I usual format. All participating

_, I I members of the school's instrumental '

t music program will be

,,I e I(featured. The "Little Band" composed .J
of elementary school students '
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! i I appears first on the pro- ,' ,
; 2k& gram. Following their numbers,

: !i the guest soloist and conductor, r
p.- !
Mr.': Fred Deen, Seabreeze. High
..;. ,.. .'. I i I i I School Band Director of Daytona
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.1'f: I IIt' |Beach, will be in
. : ; ;..2''u:= 'R; presented a
trumpet solo with band accom-

Architect's drawing qf the New Municipal Pier House ;;Flagler Beach, ;for construction of which are painment playing, "A Trump.

to be received tonight by the town commission. : f. 1!eter's Lullaby."' Following his,

solo, Mr. Deen will conduct the i

j 1 I band in a special number. .

Large Crowd Atii B&PW Club I':Race Track Fund i I I musicians Next on the who program attained are ratings local

: a 'Division Corrected I of Superior in contest playing.

Meeting To Discuss Gets Charter I According to information furn* I I These in ensembles.students Then. are soloists the band or

i-i; .ished by County Commissoners
Last Saturday Alfred Tucker and Jack Clegg I which also received superior-
ratings, will
I round
out the
the Board of County I pro-
:>' < I. Commis-I!gram with several selected num.
Equal AssessmetsTax Charter nfght for the recently I sioners: delivered a I bers.
organized Flagler Business and $750.00 to the School Board Tuesday -
I As, usual, in the Spring Concert ;'
equalization- revaluation for Flagler Countywas |:Professional. Woman's Club was!amount morning which covering was the withheld same i i,I the final part of the pro !

;- discussed at a meeting, of: approximately 200 citizens held Saturday evenings t el j from the last division of the'race.':gram is reserved for the recognition .

..of the,county'MoTidaytiughk,ai the]Btt3nelUGivioOenter.iThe !Bunnelf' -v schoofa_ ,eafeterria.5rEightyfive ': *#., rack-.anoneyr ?_' .-.c- j'(i of the:graduating: seniors \,
r[I Iii the band. "SehI o members s
meeting was sponsored by the Flagler 'County Committee members and visitors I The last 40,000 received from rare I I : Buddy Barrow, Mary Susan ,{

of 100. were present, representing'race track funds was to be divided Brannam
[ Ronnie Canakaris, Da'H 1
clubs from Leesburg, DaytonaBeach : : equally. between the Board t I I vid Cook, Jamesene Dawson, II

Tax equalization and revalua- mills. Ormond Beach, Palatka, .of County Commissioners and Elaine Deen, Mike McMillan,

tion for Flagler County was' dis If '60 per cent of full value SU Augustine, Jacksonville, New School Board. On April 10 a';:Linda Revels and Boyd Robert fj

cussed at a'meeting, of approxi- was used for the Tax Base, the Smyrna Beach, and, DeLand. t check for $19,250.00, representing son. }

I,11ately200., citizens of the county I([valuation would be $36,132,434, I the the $20,000.00 less 750.00 by j t The public is cordially: invitedto ,
Guest speaker was Anne Bur '
Monday night at the Bunnell and the Millage should reduce "order,of County Commissioners"was attend. ..
Civic Center. The meeting was from 24.5 mills to 5.93mills.. dick of Tallahassee who is state I turned over to the School i
president. Installing officer was
I Board. I
sponsored by the Flagler Committee Examples' estimated from above I
State Second Vice President Be- 'Auto Wreck
of 100.. / data: The check for $750.00 Tuesday Sunday
I Homesteads, having full value atrice Freede District Director made the equal division of the t

Jim Ebert, president of the of 10,000. The tax status would Alice Suhre also assisted in the race track money. 'Fatal to Mrs. ;MatsonMrs

Committee, was moderator andt' installation.Lois ,
change from complete exemp- I .
Roberta DeLorso
:' a panel consisting of John Ay- tion to paying a tax of $18.00 Walker, president of the <
cocke director of assessment urer; Carolyn Thomasson, pars Stanmford, Conn., passed
t' on full value or $5.93 on a 60 sponsoring club ,* of Ormond
; statistics division in the ,StateComptroller's I amen ariarkCharter away early Monday morning in
per cent base.Business Beach, gave ,the welcome and members are: Mary the local hospital from injuries
: office Percy Pale-
, ., ; full valueof
having a also
; participated in the instal
Mabel Brooks Rose- received In
Broadaway, automobile
' an ac-
of St. Johns
a thorpe, tax assessor The tax would ... I j
$12,000; reduce lation.
: mary Brown, Jeanne Cannon, cident Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
County .(now revaluing_ I'I from $7350 to $43.20. re-I I Shirley Chambers, Frances Ed..' Matson was 27 years old
: equalizing): Frank Harrold, ex- Average acre of ''Farm Land, Gwen McGriff gave the
Tnonson, Leona Eisenbach, Eula and a member of the Methodist
.... ecutive vice president of the St."j'having full value of $175: The sponse and also accepted the i
Augustine National Bank and ][I tax would increase slightly, from :charter which was presented by i Fuller Paulette Harris, Julia I Church.
i Harvey, Elizabeth Hoff, Leola She is survived her
by .
-r chairman. the Tax Revaluation i!$0.61 t to $0.63: acre. Burdick.
Committee of St. Johns i I;Jones, Arthur; three sons, James, i*
Average acre of Timber Land Other officers installed were :Mildred Kahlert, Margaret John, and Donald. Her parents -:
. / County; Tewy McPherson, tax II "
having full value of 100 The
of Gadsden Shirley Chambers, first vice Knight, Gwen McGriff, Carolyn and one brother also survive. :'
assessor ;
which revalued a couple'Of,years tax to would Increase from' $0.147 president; Leona Eisenbach, second -'1 Mercer, Marie Muzyka, Nancy |i The body was forwarded to .
and 'D. D. Moody, tax as. I per ,acre.- vice president; Virginia Sullivan -I Rodgers, Andrea Springer, Gladys Fishkill, N. Y., for services and
ago; Range, Cattle. having a fullvalue I recording secretary; Marie Sturman, Virginia SullivanCaro Interment Craig Funeral Home
It :, sessor of Flagler County. i of $80 per head: The tax Muzyka, Thomasson Viola Tonkin
: corresponding secre lyn was in charge of local arrange
; The panel answered: questions I I It would reduce from $0.49 to I tary; Frances Edmonson, treas- ,;and Margaret Wells. ments. ,

. on '.the subject of revaluation I $0.288 per head. _
and equalization. Prof. WilliamW. President Ebert speaking for -
i- of' the Committee of 100, said today
Young of the University
they wish to thank the publicfor "
-l and -
Florida was ,guest speaker
talked on industry locating in the attendance and partici- ;
Florida. He showed a film on pation on a subject that is of rte

# location. so great an importance to each ,
t. Followingthe. panel's answers citizen of the county, and also
so important to future"develop',
r; to questions presented by mem-
bers of the audience Tax ,Asess- ment and progress of:the county. Ye
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Moody< the following.
ti. or gave .
estimate figure on a 100 per cent I ..

'.. ',:: valuation and on a 60 .per cent CIGARETTE TAX
It. '

Tax Assessor..D. D. :Moody' gave
these "estimates of full cash municipalities of Flagler
County receiving sums from the
value of the assseible property
5 'cents A package tax on cigar ;'
In' Flagler County'an examples
ettes, collected in :March, was
of resultant tax rates, may 1,.
announced today by the State
1962: ,
I Beverage Department which collects -
Total estimated 'full :cash 'val.. "
the tax .
ue after,.equalization $60,220,724.I

Based on a total tax levy of Beverly 'Beach 54.79.

$214,258 (1961) and a valuationof Bunnell $1,634.$4.e..

p $60,220.724, the'mjllage should I Flagler Beach 54650. I Architect's drawing of the Shopping Cen ter proposed i'or construction on Block 56,

reduce' from 24.5.mills to 3.6 Marineland $ 1.82.' facing on Highway 11 (Moody Boulevard.


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..j".T,'',' .'""/" I Tigers v > : .". Ab It HI Rodgers on first, J. I. on second.J. .,the infield it will be the "old ..

..,,,;:'."". ,B. Irwin 300 I. in practice looking like I I pro" Tommy Durrance. There is: ,

-t. ..<" K. Robertson 300 he could have one of his best no game that the old pro won't
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G. Worley .: 301B. seasons. Shortstop old reliable I come through.It .

. ->' Harris 111 Charlton Wall. Manager Sheffield could be a hit or it be a .

,.. G. Carle, :2.0 2 I will catch. To round out I.1 (Continued on Page 9).j
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; Durrance 2 00 I I .ji1
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: I Arnold 201' i

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1 >,. By Leslie Pacha I J. Brannon 200:
:.. ,'H. King 110 i1 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1 1lAIR [

t: t:*"' REBELS TAKE FIRST I iSebago potatoes, donated by Al- ,l

t;eJ GAME OF SERIES 9.3 !I fred Tucker; boxes of candy, and; TOTAL 19 2 5

I some free, grease jobs will be I r j CONDITIONING-HEATING 1 I ELECTRIC SERVICE ;
it.i Tom Wilder's Flagler Beach! & '
'given away in every inning. I I Sluggers I
f. Rebels defeated the Bunnell "- FLORIDA AIR : PROMPT ELECTRIC SERVICE
S. J. Tilton will umpire behind J. Geller ,3 0 Q, \
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:&;:- Panthers 9.3: The Rebels took I i the plate for the opening I I J. Cody .' '212 CONDITIONING CO. I i BUNNELL MOTOR COMPANY i iI

{: _.. advantag of the Panther pitch | 1 0 Of Daytona.. Inc. I I RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL j
[game, with Pie Stanish on the Wertherington ;* 1 COMMERCIAL. MAINTENANCECALL
'': .;'" wildness and mixed with I IR. N AIR CONDqIONINGHEATING I I
er's I
";: bases. The regular umpires for. Dozier (S\ 2 1 0
A;: .', some good hits,scored in two big I the season will be Lawrence I P. Barrow .. .4 2 2 GENERAL SHEET METAL"We're I I HUBERT PELLICER ,
... "r. innings to win 93. I Proud of Our Work" ID 7-3301 DAY ID7-3448 NIGHTS ,
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West, Virgil Davis and Pie Stan I T. Parker 000 330 Walker. Holly Hill. OR 7-6120 I
\ J' ,. REBELS LOOKING TO I ish.. Scorekeeper will be Jack D. Cody 222 I GARDEN SHOP $

:: '' WIN SERIES FRIDAY Wertherington., T. Spicer 100C AUTO SERVICE I I

I; : The Flagler Beach Rebels will, The league will have four I Dozier 322 McDANIEL'S Gray's Garden Center

meet the Bunnell Panthers Fri. teams: Wadsworth Lumber Co.I'Bertha 200 i r Headquarter for Gardening Need.<

afternoon at '4 o'colck in Service Station Ceramics,. Gifts Dry Arrangement
, day 'j First Baptist Church Flagler G. Barber 000 f Materials

;-I :;.'- their second game for the spring Clinic and Hospital, and Seville. Cauley -I '0 0 0 STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Annuals. Shrubbery Fertilizer.

.,; : championship of the county. The I Something new will be tried Tires-,Batteries-Minor Repairs I TORO LAWN MOWERS

:.' Panthers will have to play their for the first few games. The TOTL 20 .9 8 Bunnell ID 7.7119 ,147 Tomoka Avenue-Ph. OR 7-05Jr

:: v. best to keep the series alive. A ,teams will use an extra man.: 1I I ORMONDHARDWARE j.

!: win for tha Rebels will give i The league is trying this to see WADSWORTH PICKEDTO Biddle Gulf ServiceGASOILLUBRICATION I I

; them the championship. I ,
- if it will speed up the game. WIN AGAIN
,. j Wadsworth Lumber Co. softball GULF TIRES & BATTERIES J

-. BUNNELL SUMMER' SOFTBALL MIKE DOZIER HITTING I I team is picked to repeat Open 7 A.M.-iq P.11.-'I Days _ at
''t., The Bunnell Recreation De.i STREAK IS, HALTED I It and win the city softball crown.: State&Lambert US 1-ID 7-7190 i iI! a.- FLAGLER BEACHHARDWARE
i The lumber company will miss I Dtvn LL
i partment' which is sponsoring Billy Harris stopped Mike Do-
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j Gale Mercer. Gale was considered Colonial Service Station :
the Softball league is zier's streak of hits. Mike
summer seven
t ; one of the best pitchers in EARL E. RICE. ProprietorGASOIL.LIJBRICATION I Flagler Beach HE 92103Village
j! looking to open the season May i jwent hitless two times at bat.'(Flagler county. Cliff Sheffieldhas

:;l< 7, the ball diamond which is Mike got even with Billy by out. I ;0,
I Joe Kelly who will do good MOTOR TUNE-UP Hardware Center
;; new'and the lights have to be pitching, him and striking out I
j with the team whowill give GOODYEAR TIRES & BATrERIES HOUSE PAINTS
for the de.'12 and the 92. This
I L put up opening day, won game
is to the into second | Match and mix any colorBuilder's
partment going have one put -Sluggers I
.: Sheffield will have Johnnymmwmmm Kitchenwore
of their biggest opening .days. place with. three wins and two I ED'S Supplies
---_- -- - -- --- ---------_-. GIFTS GREETING CARDS
: Rep. Billy Wadsworth ,will i losses. The Tigers are in thirdI -.-. .. PURE OIL STATION -
AlA Onnond Beach CL 2.0420
, throw out the first ball which place with a two and three loss. O. F. ALFORD I%
Wash &
I i Specializing in Waxing
: was autographed by Sen. George i This was the third ,straight set Registered 5: I Batteries-Accessories

# Smathers for the department.-back for the Tigers. The Cody MINOR REPAIRSu. :j JEWELER
Real Estate Broker
Mayor Wickline will catch and 1 1 boys were the big guns for the Hwy. 1-Bunnell-ID 7-3138 I
BRENNAN 'Jewelers
Mayor C. B. Eisenbach will bat.I Sluggers with a double and a BunnelL Florida 5 i i

A 100.poundsack of Florida triple. ,BAR AND PACKAGE STOREBAMBOO 1 I-S Diamonds-Diamond Setting
-Mm- I Fine Jewelry and GiftsI
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I I I Hamilton, Bulova, Benrus S
BAR & COCKTAIL } Watches

t I I. LOUNGE {Watches -Jewelry.Clocks Repaired

/ SS tt ,, DANCING,FRIDAY & SATURDAY I 160 E. Granada-Ormond-OR 7-5056 5
t r FROM 9
Ocean Blvd AlA Flagler Beach

I + I II I MILLAND BAR AND I Ormond Furniture Bedding Co.and

COCKTAIL LOUNGEEddie Substantial Discounts on All
& Mary Shultz, Props. $10 Tradeln Covers Down Payment .

69 Granada Ormond Dch. OR 7-6411
9 a.m.2 a.-Sun.. 1 p.m. 2 a.In.
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FOODS I I Points-Finishes :4

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

. Open 7 A.M.-11 P.M. 38 W. Granada-ormond

t It L :' i ,* w1 BUILDING SUPPLIES I I ORange 7.0761


s'S' .> *, I I I Building Supplies Manufacturers

I 'k -' 'S ,, Cement

_ _ _ 9-2254 Dependable Service
Beach HE
Flagler -
ORange 75177. 7-1793



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of the Sunshine State to the other an endless VACATIONSAVINGS Quillian's Concrete, Inc. Ocean Spray Restaurant

f- ':.. variety of vacation fun awaits your pleasure. : passbook as your guide to vacation : AlA 1 Mile South of Pier
: Swimming' ..fishing..golfing..boating... -. fun throughout the SwiS : CLEANERS
gzneStateff-i J I t Used Furniture-Upholstery
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.- This suxninerexplore Fiorida..and discover 'o'r '
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S '. ,yourself, a wonderful world,of vacation : Office! : Renovating
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and Evelyne Beers of Lewiston,
< Annual I
Tenth Montana, where they make their
home on the "Spear T." Ranch. CustomerMst '

it : Stephen Foster "Mr. Beers .plays the psalteryto
accompany many of the folk II
songs he,and his wife have sung >>r ..-
T 1 all over the nation," Miss Bol-

tin said "The psaltery is an old, .
_. folklore artists old instrument few people have I '

,_ Irom several states will partici- heard in modern times.. It was I L4 i S 7 t i 'JJfem.
pate in the 10th annual Florida the: forerunner of the harpis- 1 Is.s.
Folk Festival ,at White 'Springs chord and the piano, and is -

. May 4-5-6, along with approximately played by plucking the strings,
. 2,000 Florida residents since there are no keys. Mr.
." 'f' who will perform on one or Beers also is a noted fiddler, and u I\flV//
tf ;;: more of the seven programs, he and his wife join in singing .rY1Ki' aid I fl
. Thelma A. Boltin, festival director numbers from a vast collectionof I
k'-' said today r folk songs." .sk Y SHELTON CAA.S .

.: ,\ "We are especially proud of Mark Moore, widely known < s 1! i AGItIH!

''' the fact that we...will have several Denver man who is known as GROCERY o
:55 ; noted performers from the)the Colorado Troubadour, will

.: .S west-Montana, Colorado and I make a return appearance,at the .
', Oklahoma-as well as some our festival, singing folk songs, -'
WIN A 62"
: : near neighbors from Georgia leading audience singing, and -

.'.... and Alabama," Miss Boltin re playing his autoharp. A recog- FALCON SQUIRE Lykes Sugar Creek .",' .
t" ported. nized folklore expert, Moore will
r S Coming to the Florida event lecture at several schools and In Top Value Stamps

for .the first time will be Bob universities in Florida and HAPPY DAYS
Georgia while hIs festival
4, on I PICNICS 29
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-., I I trip, according to Miss Boltin. SWEEPSTAKES lb.
J. Another out.of-state favoriteof

i I II festival 'crowds ,in past yearsis Details In Our Store
; Fred Beaver, Creek Indian

singer and, artist from Ardmore,
World's Best 20 to 30 lb. Sides
,. Okla. He will appear on several
" programs in full Creek costume 3 Ibs. $100 *
and also will exhibit some of Hamburger white Bacon lb. 79
his Indian paintings..
Festival which
programs, at-
Grade "A" Large
tract ,many thousands of Floridians Hermans .

Georgians and residents of Pickle & Pimento Baking Hens lb. 35*
other states, are presented on a Bologna .
shady outdoor stage overlookingthe ,
:; Suwannee River. Liver Cheese & Olive Loaf Country Sliced 2 lb. pkg.
Miss' Boltin said there will be

three programs Friday and Saturday 3 pkgs. 79* S Smoked Bacon 99*
..' at iO A.M., 1:30 and 7:30 ,
I P.M., and a final religious program .,'.i$4; ,,
; Your Present Circuit Judge at 3 P.M. Sunday, May 6. '

There is no admission chargefor '
VOTE attending the festival, other DOLLAR DAYS r ,.
than the usual gate fee for entrance ; ,
::; May 8 Into the Foster S
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Memorial Park, site of '
the Fos.
r' S TO KEEP'. ter Museum and the Foster Ca- CHASE&CSAONBFORFN Del Monte 2% can j

'.' ; rillion Tower. *' .. E E . PEACHES:4:Eorfl 00

MYTHICAL UNICORNThe 11b. Shurfresh 1

D. male narwhal, a small 39 Qt.
":, whale, ''has a long spiral tusk can SALAD OIL ::2fornFarm F

growing out of its upper jaw. Limit One with $7.00 food order or i : ,-
: Medieval Europeans mistook the S ,
more Stokelys 303 can ,
RIEGLEYOUR javenlike armament for the horn .. r '
., of the mythical unicorn. Scientists APPLESAUCE 8' $100
.' still puzzle over the spear's Fresh Produce' for
Fresh Fla. Lesuer 303 can' l'

PEAS ,4 $100
Community CORN, 5- ,.for '
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" .' Extra Fancy WinesapAPPLES :
Memorial ChurohInterdenominational Van 2 -
Ib. 19c RKm&a tf
BEANSShurfine 4$100
Vote for AIR CONDITIONED Sunkist 55 for .

Daytona Ave. I LEMONS ea. 2c .. i I I

Sunday School 10:00 A.M. r EVAP MILK '8 $100 X tJ

( Political Adv) Church Service 11:00 A.Me Armours Shortening for !

s. -- R. 'V. DICKERT. Paator
1 VEGETOLE Our Favorite 303 can

Room PHARMACYSick Suppl1es-Sundrles i CUT GREEN BEANS9ornLimit ; .(

24-Hour Prescription Service 49 400 count

Free Delivery in Flagler Beach I SO FREE can !* 00
Rt. AlA 1 mL North of 'KLEENEX .t4 : 1
ORMOND BEACH-Tel. OR '7-1661.. I One. with $7.00 food order or for'"more
THE.f OUTBOARDER' ' 1 with lb. pkg.purchase Pillsbury of Delsey 2 pakTOILET ', 1t-"r-,p!i, ,' :..:

Authorized Evlnrude Dealer ,Inst. Mashed Potatoes Breaded TISSUE -: it'7f $1 00
.. and this coupon t ._
Dockage Storage Free Ramp Coupon void 5-5-62 SHRIMP $199 :t.,.' > ,
10fepkf.2forBirds :
WE FINANCE Blue Bonnet '''', '. .!

825 Ballocgh Rd-Daytona 1 lb. pkg. 4 $ 00
I 25 FREE Eye 10 oz. pkg.. ,. for A
; t Ijr Ntagtrr' QbtbunrFLORIDA. FORDHOOK .

DU1I1IELL.: with the purchase LIMAS 4: for$100" TABLE $100' '
3 Ibs World's BestHamburger :
for _.
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MRS.TH. B. FULLER. Editor & this coupon 7

Coupon void 5-5-62 \ \ \ Quantity Rights
ne.i..te41 Offlelal j'abUeatis .:
for Public>> If.Ueeof ,Jr.Jew.Cot7. 1 Reserved

"..lelp Itle. tfcerelm
aad the State ',of' I'lort.a! SO FREE
Prices Good

Entered mm ..... elaM suffer I TOP VALUE STAMPS umu'ct. MAY 34.5, 1962

ret+raary ..113.at to ...t.aM with $5.00, or more

'I' at JB.m.ell..F1.. ... mmder act *t food order ,,\ SHELTON SUPER Store Hour
and this coupon
March 8. 18'x0.One
at Shelton's 'Grocery Week 8a.m.. -6:45p.m
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fe- The Flagler Beach PTA met I Mrs. Agnes B. Ohm passed I
Tuesday night with Mrs. Jean.!I I away Sunday, April 29th, in the ,')4 t I
%. nette Owens'' 'presiding! Mrs. Kane Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa -- -' ,'
Henry Shill was installing officer]'She had been ,a patient in the : At -'
for the following new officers: hospital since last September j :
Mrs. Leonard Johnson, presi- suffering from a broken hip. She tI
dent; Mrs. Charles Meekins, vice was born in Newcastle. Pa., and .FI'agler Food Store Ii I
president; Mrs. Bribe Sheeler, was 86 years old. ;
secretary; and Mrs. Bob Whit- She is survived by five daugh
ney, treasurer. Spanish Awards ters, Marie E. Brede, Flagler BeachPRICES :1
were presented by W., E. Fen- Beach; Genevieve Jampetro, Co- Flagler :
nell, Jr., principal, during the raopolis, Pa.; Adelaide Caine -
meeting. ,and Joan M. Will, both of Pitts- GOOD THURS; FRI. SAT. MAY 3-4-5, 1962, !
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Those students receiving trophies burgh;,one son, J. Theodore Ohmof
"' for perfect scores were Pittsburgh. Sixteen grand children "4 '
Best Meats eIe'I
Janet Sue Haines, Eleanor Shill and fifteen great-grandchildren -
'< and Thomas Duncan. Those in I also", survive. -
the group receiving Certificatesof She was a member of the Roman -
Award for nearly perfect Catholic Church. Copeland's or Wilson's Certified I Copeland's .' '\ '
scores were: Thomas, ALL MEAT .
Roseann Tidwell, Donna Filkins, JONATHAN BRADLEY WARD '
Elaine Tidwell, Sandra Owens,. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward of I Franks Ib. 49*
Cathy Duncan, Patricia Rabble, Gainesville announce the arrival HAMS ibM< 49Center I i pkg.
Ann Meekins, Debra Missinne, of a six pound nine ounce son ,
Vicki Susan Moore, Kris Martel, born May 1 in a Gainesville. 'hos- Palm River
and Linda McNab. pital. J
Following the installation, Mrs. Ward is the former Claudia SLICED'BACON
s Mrs. Shill presented all of the Watson, daughter of Mrs. 1'

," small teachers'token with of appreciation a corsage as dur a Beach.George M. Moody of Flagler f I Sliced Ham Ib> 89* I II lb. 49*

ing the past year. I
The sixth grade mothers were The Flagler Beach Elementary I Center Cut Western I:, Lykes ( .
hostesses for the evening and School fifth sixth-week honor PORK PORK

room the sixth count.According grade. also won the roll Third: grade: Patrick Duncan, Ib.
I j CHOPS 69 3 $100
to Mr. Fennell, sixth I Linda Smith, Pam McDaniel, ib.I Sausage r0 il,
grade teacher and principal, the j Sandy Abbott, Debby Johnson. ,.
graduation has been set for Fourth grade Norman Bos-
Thursday, May 31. I well, Catherine Duncan, Donna '

Filkins, Janet Haines, Deborah FOLGERS GIANT BLUECHEER
Mrs. Howard Lerch returned'Lucas, Kris Martel, Howard Mc-
home last weekend after being: Nitt, Ann Meekins, Barbara Wil-
called, to Pennsylvania because||son. y'
of the death of her father.- Mr.. j Fifth grade: David Johnson, COFFEE
. Lerch's sister accompanied her j Susie Duncan, Diana Lucas, Kurt ,
! home for a visit Y ovanoff.It .
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r. ,. Sixth ''grade: Wesley Thomas, \-
'" Mr. and Mrs. John Lawlor 'of It Patricia Robbie, Thomas Duncan
( Canada are vacationing 'at Flag Johnny Meigs, Ben Cannon, lb.2g pkg 49
t. ler Beach. This is their annual Linda McNab. '. .
spent in
Flagler Beach.

& J The executive board of the food order Limit One or food order
p; Mr. Limit One $5.00 or more $5.00 more
Mrs. Raymond Smith I:Methodist Men's Club met at the
% and sons, Sam and Ray, were home of Howard Lerch, presi- .
i visitors in Jacksonville over the I dent, Monday night to discuss ---

weekend. Mr..Smith was attending I plans for their annual fish fry. 2 Vis Can OsagePEACHES Shurfresh .
a civil defense meeting[May 19th was decided as the I $ COOKING .
,. while Mrs.. Smith was visiting date and further discussion will 4 for i '
I her son and family, Mr. and be during their next meeting. OIL qt: 49e
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: RIA A. JOHNSTON 5 for.$1oo I CHUNK STYLETUNA -, '\ .

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;:: t For Member School Board District No. 1 --
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..... ,I am a" lifelong resident of Flagler' County., .
,t.,( I am the mother of three teenage, school children.. YAMSS.forl \

;t I was educated in Flagler County Schools and the No. 300 can Joan of Arc

-.;"! Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee. 12 oz. can. .- ; KIDNEY

I am a member the, Methodist Church and a member NIBLETSCORN .. . I I BEANS 2 for 25C
; of it's official board. .," 1ge'l i
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intendent of the Sunday School. Food King' TOILET

I have.served you faithfully and diligently for the OLEO : .Z s 29C I II TISSUE 3 ..25e

f past two and one-half years on the School Board. ..
The past one and one-half years as Chairman. -

I have a through knowledge of the intricate\ opera- FROZEN FOODS PRODUCEGreen

tion of- the School System. This has been accomplished 10 oz. Birds Eye ;
\ by careful study of the laws and- regulationsthat FORD HOOK PEPPERS>> &
govern its operation.
LIMAS 2 for 49C CUCUMBERS 'ea. 5e
I have and will continue to work hard to provide .
qualtiy education for our children.: 9 oz. Mr. G Fresh Juicy '

I am qualified in every respect to perform all the FRENCH LEMONS 'd z. Vie
required duties of ,the office and have the time to FRIESIOe-
. devote to those duties.I. '
Winter Garden School Boy


.. Quality Education and will be appreciated PIES 2 for 35* 4&39Ct

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Some' May Retire or disability.Mr. I !' ''' ''' ''' '' 'O.-vo .
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At 62 Years On once a man elects reduced pay-
ments his benefit rate will re- "
Social SecurityMan main reduced even after he :: < :

I reaches age_ 65. oweverl for f- f '1'
If you are 62 or older, most men it will be many years i
you maybe entitled to' social'I before they would lose money I must..admit that. Flagler County has gone forward ,in the past eight. ;
security benefits now. I by filing early. Most men feel i years, but the forward movement has not been phenominal, it has I t;

I that the immediate income outweighs been the normal trend of progress, prodded by the whip of race track :
This reminder comes.fromMellD. -
i I 'any possible loss'of benefits : r
Eadie, manager of the Day ; in the distant future. money. a
tona Beach district office who i I' f
explained that, as 'a, result' of : Each man has to, make his The numerous accomplishments which have been enumerated in t
i the 1961 changes in the 'social own choice either to, file earlyor the past few weeks were the results of available money, and the combined 1

I security law, it is. now possible, to wait until he is 65. Eadie efforts of the Board of County Commissioners, rather than the !
for men as well as women to said that the staff at the Day- implied labor of one, man. ',
draw reduced benefits. at age62. tona Beach office will be able

, The effective date of this change to give each man detailed in- Anything that 'was not accomplished, according to the articles, [n

j was. August 1961. i formation on the, amount of benefits i was not in the jurisdiction, of the Board of County Commissioners, 11
he would be able to receive
When. asked if _all men should I Incumbent. .
: and give other facts to assist therefore out of the hands of the '
file for benefits at 62, Eadie ,
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pointed out that most men who ,men making their decision. Furthermore, some of these accomplishments have been exaggerated .. :
He all
under 65
urges men
are over 62 and still working f
I who feel that they may qualifyfor to great proportions.Just .
: for high earnings would be bet
I ter off ,to wait until they are 65, reduced benefits to come to a short time ago, sanction was given to the paving of cer- < I
office. There he discusshis
I can
to file for full benefits. He ex in the sanction
when the
individual case with an experienced tain roads, then p1blic.arose disapproval was I
that high earnings
I would prevent payment of re I member of the social snatched away letting the trees lie where they may, while the incumbent :

duced 'benefits. I I security staff. I as Chairman of the _Board, took the credit for the withdrawal. \

The primary of this j
purpose Now if this is an example of far sightedness I would shudder I
provision, he stated, was to enable TENTH OF LUMBER SUPPLY
workers who retire between About a tenth ,of the United to think of what could happen if he were not on the ball. I
f 62 and 65'or. workers in,this age II States S S .5
lumber'supply comes I would personally recommend a change in the Commission. :
group whose earnings are low from national forests. Althoughthe : .., .
+ for any number of reasons to I Forest Service does no com-

start receiving benefits imme mercial logging, it sells stand Vote For ARDEN B KINNEYI
diately. This is in line with I ing timber to private mills. For' .
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''basic social security philosophy
esters make a survey to determ- COMMISSIONER DIST. 4
which is to partially replace lost
I ; ine which trees should be cut
income as a result of retirement then I Thank You !
I advertise the timber for .
sale to the highest bidder. Harvest ,I I (Paid Political Adv) i

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Allen of '-: '. .

P f Westfield, Mass., and Mr. and : :

I Mrs. Walter S._ Cserwonka of .t : ; ;:.:. :. :=:: N zi; F. "f : .L:.: ":, . '
Holyoke, Mass, were'gue of i:- "
1. Mr. and Mrs. George Wickline TO, THE VOTERS OF FLAGLER S. .. COUNTY. :' :: --r # i

last week.CHARLES :1V . i

, H., KNORR I On May 8th,. you will' go.' toi.. the' polls to select. ;; th're' of the'"' people' !" .?!who swill 4 <.!,serve.... .. ,,,yoif-* on the I\'
Charles,Henry Knorr 64/win J ." County School Board 'as the educational leaders of your county: /: I
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: ter''visitor from 'Sprln Valley,- ''JtL # $ : -
N. Y., for the past 14 years,died .
early Monday morning at Flag- I am asking you to elect me to be the one who will represent you onithe School hB oard.'!from. Dis- ;
ler Clinic and Hospital. His trict No.1.' : .
home here was on North AlA. .
The New York City native"was :. .,
a retired engineer for the Erie I was ,appointed to this position January of'1960. and have served you faithfully to....the best. ,of: .

Railroad. He was a member of my ability and want to continue to serve you. S
the Brotherhood of Railroad Engineers
and the Roman Catholic i i \

Church. The type and quality of education and the kind of schools that you have will depend entirely;upon

Survivors include his, wife, you, the voters. It is up to you to elect Members to your County School Board who show their willingness ' f

Bertha; a son, William, New to' provide the educational advantages that our children are entitled to receive.
York City; a daughter, :Mrs. :Theresa .
Buchnaier, Brooklyn; and
four grandchildren. I thoroughly understand the operation of the school .system-those things that can be done and "

;. The body was. sent Monday' those that cannot-what is required and what is not-what the county is financially able to provide ,
afternoon to Allen B. Sniffen Funeral .
I Home, ,Spring Valley, for. and what it is not. I believe in quality education first and last. My main objective has been, and t

service and' burial. Craig Fune, will continue to be, to provide a thorough basic education for every child, with provisions being for i

ral Home here was in charge of the preparation for those who wish to go to college that they may do so. ,i

local arrangements. s '. :
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i I have made it a point to express myself truthfully concerning all issues pertaining to the, school !

I Let's Hive. a ChangeELECT program. I do not believe in being a fence straddler on any issue. I believe in giving parents or.

'. interested people the facts concerning any phase of the school program. I.think it.an injustice to i

:I parents and other interested people for me to try to appease them by empty promises. S : ;

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11j I am fully aware of the financial problems that confront the School Board and I am also aware of

:j the attitude exhibited by some people that the educational process should be, curtailed because of its i
. expensiveness. I' do not agree. I believe that the cost of the educational program is an investment in 1

I our youth and: -not, an expense; however, I do not believe in careless spending. What we. put in the ,

4 youth today will certainly pay big dividends tomorrow.. We cannot prepare today's students with ;

yesterday's tools to' do tomorrow's job. ;

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,Being a Mother of three teenage school children, I am fully aware of the needs in our school !

i I program. It is my obligation as a Member of your' School Board to do everything wittiin, my power. :
to prepare our'.youth for their proper place in our society. ,


If you will examine my record, I am sure that you will concur in the above statements.. If

I you are desirous of the type of representation' that I have offered you and have worked", to provide: .

I _you. I .will' be- :grateful for your vote and support in the forthcoming election. '


HOWARD, J. . : ;.;.
WISEHA1PTYOUR I # < T .. Sincerely .
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''THE BOOK NOOK I happenings of the men in, service Letter To Editor I caused by Cape Canaveral if we:that have gone by. Let's retire
i during the time of war. By I! |are ready. So, I say unto you "the horse and buggy and get on .'
Title-Up Front I the use of these cartoons he I j let's build and repair our roads the' wheels of progress. I
-Author- -BiU Mauldin I makes these everyday happenings I We need new highways and and look towards progress and Your friend,
Summary: If you, as a reader, seem not as bad as_they !the old ones resurfaced and repaired not be satisfied with the days Louis Uihlein.
want to .read a book about how really are.I I all over the county I

men, in the service, react to recommend this book to,any where so required. This will
war you should read Up Front. one to read. make a more profitable area for VOTE TO ELECT

Bill Mauldin, by the use of Jerry Burnsed business, more safety for the ;=. '
cartoons, shows the everyday Library Assistant, I motorists and generally more I": : ',\ JBPe11icer
.. I prosperous county of Flagler.To :
the road YOUR -
-' change building ,
plans at this time is dangerous.We (
.' Board of CommissionerDISTRICT
:.,) ". ; ' need these roads, projects County t
,', three and four and five, they being 4' ON MAY 8th.

The Flagler Committee of 100 wishes Haw Creek Road, Old Kings
Road and the highway connect- I Your Vote and Support Will Be Deeply Appreciated '
: to endorse "Industry Appreciation Week", ing 100 with 305. We need these
proclaimed Govenor Farris Bryant roads fixed The (Paid Political Adv.)
badly. argue- I :
I April 29th to May 5th and to join him in I ment put up that they are hardily

heartfelt used is not so, but they
extending our appreciation to i
be used if
Industry in Flagler County and the more f
every fixed. They are dangerous to all
Vote To Elect !
I entire state of Florida. who travel same. The bridgesare
( also very bad.
I Flagler Committee of '100 Yes, people might want progress ' Howard F. Lerck

.' ;", but do nothing about getting .
D. D.
By Moody -
\ j\ :" same in this area.
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) .'- ,.. To spend nothing is just what "' MEMBER I
, I this county is doing. It's betterto
I have little tax and receive
I a
something I in return and they, Board of Public Instruction I
can bring payrolls in to this
area. I : (District No. 5))
---1 In, event of enemy attack we
now only have such main highways Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly

I:I I .. PRE-ELECTION- PARTY &, ./;' ;:: enough.'as 1,,11 and 100 which isn't I Appreciated.

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DANCE Things will soon be boomingall
.. '" t,4.,I If.. ...',..''1...'", '.. .. I .., about us. We will be left
\ "f'SATURDAY' MAY 5th . out of this progress if we don't '. .
do something about same. We

; White Eagle must have improvements of all NOW r
kinds to attract a payroll.By !t.
; KORONA 1970 Florida's populationcould
top 8.5 million. In Brevard TRAILWAYS

County alone the population will ....................................
be approximately quarter million

ELECT an increase of 60 per cent a\JGETSTO ;
above normal growth.
The next ten years will make I
Walton M. '
.: Kinney ,.,<; the past ,years of Florida his NEW YORK

, FOR MEMBER .QF. : tory. look* like it was standingstill. I i

: School Board District 3 0 0I j' We will. get some. of the boom 'ASrERf !

Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Vote On, "HOWDY FOLKS , ,_

J ' May 8 Primary. I am proud of the part I have :<6 r .-.r, ,$r' ','
(Paid Political Adv.) played in reducing rates on '
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your gas lights and telephone, t, .
\ -, -- resulting in several millions of .
dollars in refund checks and '
I lower bills for thousands of cus- .1;

To The Citizens Of' tomers served by,these utilities. ... .

.: Flagler County: ..4) wliEE : Ride our

This campaign is drawing to a close and althoughI expresses
I am,reluctant to bring personalties into the picture, YOU - over our NEW

nevertheless is sometimes necessary. in order to f East Florida

defend one's platform. r.Y. <
' I can't go into the details here but I hope you
realize that my opponent's speech at the rally was t\ t'' Our new route along the .
: contradictory to his campaign announcement and eastern coastline cuts hours
, most of the claims he made in his speech were con- off our Miami to New York
; trary to known facts. In his announcement he said trips.We travel new super-

, that it would take two more years to get the office "...:.,.Y .. ,highways..;. Reclining Air-condition seats. Restroom -
straightened out and that it would interrupt the *. Vista-view win- "-
progress of the office by a year or two. to elect anew dows. *.. -
man to the office at this time, yet in his speechhe -
stated that all the work in the office is up to f >

. date. Do you think this adds up? Being a bookkeeper -
is only a minor qualification, but one, of the
prime qualifications the clerk should have is the '
ability to meet and serve the public in a courteous

and :friendly .manner, whether it be in the office,
the commissioners' meeting room or the court room. I .
This qualification I feel I have.. easiest travel on earth

As always, in the last few days of a campaign, From, BUNNELL 1-way From BUNNELL 1-way

the personal interest groups turn loose their sub- NEW YORK 530.10 JACKSONVILLE $1.95
versive committees. These are the' ones who go Faster Thru serviceWASHINGTON. 4 Convenient trips dally

around spreading falsehoods- order to keep their $22.75 MIAMI 7.00
: man in office. I have no such committee. I am run- Thru service over 2 hours 4 Thru trips daily (plus tax)*
faster (plus tax)
i ning this race on my own.I .
; was born in this county and have made it my
home except for the five years' I was away in the 100 State St. ID 73661TRAILWAYS
: service of my country during World War II. Most
: all of you know me and have known me for a long :
: time. Do you see any reason why you should not
vote for me instead of a man whose backgroundis ,
/ Cosflmie This Progress -
comparatively unknown? I lE.ma

I shall appreciate your vote and support May 8th. JDlY W. CARTEl r


: Candidate for office of'I I PWUC UTILITIES COMMISSION
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Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Grevp 2
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:Mrs. H. T Cook entertained .t
I Id' >I with. a. coffee party Tuesday oil\ VACATIONS
t;)a.,') PA '>1D71Dh2? )hD. J2<;, AD 7v2 ?z2Ji pD11? 7Z1Z"dbb,1"J mp 1I'iEl2bU'l' ad bqU4M'
r f) : 'Cameron. "Mrs. Cameron bad 1 Insurance protection? For short-term or long-term 1
I 'been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. trlp-suranee. see "us. Wherever YOU go. whenever you '
i W. W. Deen for some time and go However you go-GO PROTECTED.

I.. I Ij j was returning to her, home in SEE H. T. COOK AGENCYGeneral
EASTERN STAR TO j MRS. TOMMY DURRANCE J'Belvedere, South Carolina. Insurance
I NIGHT TUESDAY PARTY AND SHOWERMrs. !rooms where the guests were
II Mrs. Ray Mercer, worthy ma- Tommy Durrance was I'I'assembled. Mrs. Isham Johnston ,- -- ---
' % tron of the Bunnell O.E.S.' honored .Thursday morning at .poured and Mrs. Walton John-
It Chapter, said Friendship Night I a Cofee Party and Stork Shower ston greeted the guests at the
U will be observed at their meets :at the George Clegg home in door. Twenty-five friends en RE-ELECT '-
ing Tuesday night. The meeting Haw Creek. Hostesses for the joyed the affair with the hon
': will be held in the Masonic :party were Mrs. Clegg, :Mrs. Les ored guest.. Alfred R. Tucker.r :"
Hall. lie Tucker and Mrs. Gene :
: Representatives from all chapters Knight. ATTENDS COURSEIN .J .
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;t in this district will be present A color scheme of pink and GAINESVILLE ,, - COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 4

I for the ,meeting and will blue was used. Bouquets of I
ceremonies. spring flowers were used in the Dr. Allen Reynolds, Betty Mil For Continued Progress
participate in the, II _
f\, Mrs. Mercer said all members rooms where the guests -were ler and Lorna.Galloway attend. I
and visiting members are invited assembled. Centerpeice for the ed a course in advanced dentistry I Your. Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated
refreshment table was an artis- 1 in Gainesville last Friday .
to attend. (Paid Political Adv.
Saturday and The )
tic arrangement of pink 'glads Sunday.
and blue iris. course was sponsored by the
UDC CHAPTER IS Thirty friends enjoyed the af Florida State Dental Society and -. l
FORMED HERE fair with the honored guest and featured the newer techniquesused
A chapter of the United Daughters hostesses. in operative dentistry i. CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.
f of the Confederacy was, They also visited Mrs.: Luna
I formed here last Wednesday. Hubert Frier is a patient in Babbitt at the University Hos- H. CRAIG, Funeral Director
i The group met with the district I the local hospital receiving med- I pital there. JOHN HARDIN Associate ,
president, Mrs. Zack Holland,I ical treatment.Mr. I -
for the organization meeting.Mrs. I Mr, and Mrs.George M. Moody AIRCONDITIONED LADY OXYGEN
Walter Knight was elect and :Mrs. Stanley Deen Gary Watson, and Herbert Patterson I I EQUIPPED
I' ed president and Mrs. Robert I riid children of Miami visited were visiting In GaInes- CHAPEL'ATI>ENDANT AMBULANCES
I V Bertha vice president. Mrs. H. here recently with Mrs. Gladys I ville. Mrs. Moody remained
. Cock was elected secretary; T'I Deen. Also visiting with her there for a few days with her Phone ID 7-3532
Gene Knight, treasurer; Mrs.I I were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoffman son in law and'daughter, Mr I
} Robert *Deen, registrar; Mrs. M.: and son of Cocoa. and Mrs. Ed Ward. 201 E. MOODY BLVD. BUNNELL. FLORIDA .
\ B. Fuller historian; and Mrs.t .- - N._______

Charles Cowart, chaplain. I ,
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r' : Mrs. D..M. McKenzie of Bab. tdhWENDY :
1 son Park visited here one day 1 KEEP MATTHEWS
I last week with Mrs. G. E. Allen, .ZELLER BILLYIN
J fl. Sr., and Mrs Lady Allen. t Mr.,_ and Mrs. Edward Zellerare -'

o the parents of"a daughter
Mrs. Marvin Parker has re I who was born April 28 in the
turned to her home here aftera Flagler,Clinic and Hospital here. ,
visit In Leesburg, Alabama, She weighed eight pounds and CONGRESS
J with her mother 'who Is''ill two ounces,' an.d',has been given

there. 'I I the name .pf Wendy.

To The Citizens'i
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Of Flagler County: '.

"I will continue my efforts to promote just-, .

This being the ,last issue of The Tribune before ;: 't't: tified government projects. I pledge my.best ,

Election Day I want to take this opportunity to rrri-1 'y .:: efforts to cooperate with our citizens to: 1 ., .
thank you' for the extremely friendly reception I .
received when I called on you. : ,i. "', 1. Promote tourist and industrial potentials -.
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Develop Forestry Resources
every effort to call on every one I missed. If this '

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only the duty to' my job prevented me from I ,.b.......*' .' .,k "*.."',.; ...'" .
i doing so, and I sincerely hope that it will not de- : ":4/: -:Conserve our Beaches"Sincerely . ": o -,.,
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I (Paid Political Adv) 1. A strong National Defense and the fight against communism "

2. .'Repeal of excise taxes on telephone and' transportation y ;1

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5. Free collective bargaining for labor and management; minimum' '
; To The Voters of ,. wage based on inter-state commerce and excluding agriculture ; i
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6. Kerr-Mills program of Medi-Care for older citizens >
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I have qualified as a candidate f member of -

the Board of Public Instruction of Flagler County ..9. Legislation to eradicate screw worm and hog cholera (Co-Author)

from District No. 5. 10., Immediate Social Security benefits to disabled, and retirementat

age 62 for women (Co-Author: ) .
I am'a college graduate and have had more than 11. Special Programs (without Federal Control) providing Educa- t

i 30 years of teaching experience, 16 years of which tional opportunities for our youth J _ was in Bunnell High School. HE HAS VOTED AGAINST: .**,_ .! ." ;'
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-nominated and elected, I will continue to work 1. Back Door Spending ,
for the best .interest of Flagler County School 2. Control of our Schools and Hospitals by the Federal Government
System. 3.' Billions in appropriations for unsound Domestic and Foreign i
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Climatologists Are f would be just the opposite of (touching off nuclear explosions:through.The about, but a leading climatol- \\
: those intended. JVs-a side effect, I in the Arctic. Thetoretically the| results however, wouldbe ogist recently advised "a little *
,. Doing Something the Gobi ;. Desert might creep massive ice clouds would pre. costly, temporary, and somewhat more humility in the face of the
I northward.. I vent ground radiation from escaping '. unpredictable. Such ex overwhelming powers of nature. ',
. + About Weather into space and reflect it,periments are tempting to think ." r I
r / I Tampering with nature alwaysis downward,raising the tempera.I \ .

.. Climatologists are working to-1 1 potentially disastrous, experts I tree Like a giant greenhouse,I, j U
Straitof .
If, for the
warn. example .
\: ward the day when they can! the clouds would allow incom' . ',
Gibralter were blocked, the :
: do something about the weather.J final result might well be trans Zing I solar radiation to pass, !i
Already it is possible to ;,
formation of the MediterraneanSea
,- change the.trend of weather in I into a desert, because evap- I
limited ;"areas, or "microcli .orating water would not be replaced Passion Play to i
mates," .National Geographic !
by water flowing from
: Society says. !the Atlantic. I I Return to State I HERSCHEL KING I
,- : Small, but,measurable, effects Mountain
ranges I
on climate are induced by eJ J influence climate The world-famous Black Hills
by blocking
ting new lakes, changing river j '
Passion closed its tenth
mositure-laden. air from leeward. Ii
courses, planting forests, .
andj; seasorv in Florida on Easter Sunday -
if several
Thus passes were
artificially suppressing .evapo in the Sierra Nevadas, with a record-breaking attendance -i' 3
deepened :
; : ration., I of 47,362-almost.6,000 j
more moist air would flow into I Will Help Run Your
Cities are among the greatest J the' Nevada desert,. transforming I more than its previous high to-I
man-made h influences on tal of 41,571 in 1953.
I parts of it into, cultivable land. .1
climates. The < a city and nearby rural In this case, the side effect will return to Florida in 1963 I II

-.,;i often in weather.have startling differences I probably. Decreased would precipitation be. ,beneficialalso. in lof with Sunday a tentative, February opening 10, date and Schools The Way {I II t tf

Rains More in City'I the mountains would make it=closing on April 21, one week I Id
.r Compared with its rural neighbors -',I.easier to keep the passes cleared I I.after Easter of next year. {
. fa,city has 5 to 10 per cent of snow in the winter. For the ten year period, a to- I I f I'I 1\\
t... more clouds and precipitation. Modify Solar Energy tal of 362,087 persons have seen I
+ Temperatures average 1 to 2 degrees To create a major climate the Passion- Play at the Lake 1 You Want Them
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higher. The windspeed 'in change, scientists would, have Wales Amphitheatre. I I
a city is 20 to 30 per cent less I to modify substantially the tremendous In only two other: past years, I
than in the surrounding country I amount of solar energy 1954 and 1959, the attendancehad I .' \,.
and the 'relative humidityis !received continually bythe exceeded 40,000. n
3 to 10 per cent lower. I earth. Officers of the Lake Wales
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, Changing climate' on a large I About a third of this solar Corporation which sponsors the. ii i.
;., scale would call for grandiose I radiation is lost by reflection lay's appearance in Florida Run .. .,,.. .
however. An from clouds and earth. Most of !
measures engineer
each as a non-profit '.
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recently proposed building adam 'the remainder is absorbed and munity project, are making I ;>: : .'' " "' ;:

s, across' the Bering Strait and .(later returned. space in long plans to construct a covering for ,
pumping the Arctic Ocean into waves emitted by the surface, possibly 1,400 ,seatsof the out "
the Pacific. The idea was to atmosphere, and clouds. In, time, door auditorium so that startingIn (
., stimulate flow from I the incoming .and outgoing radiation -
a warming ( 1963 the play will go on, rainor
the Atlantic into the Arctic ba l balance, but local imbalances shine, and customers will be SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ;i!

sin.The I provide the energy for protected against showers, and 4,
' proposal was quickly dismissed wind and 'weather systems. from the direct rays of the after .1
when Climatologists! To modify 'this radiation, a noon and during. ,matinee per- .
warned that the results probably''climatologist recently suggestedLet's formances. \ DIST. No. 1. :, .' .j f
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more than 5000 times since he i
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(Paid, Political Adv.) . i
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Lake Wales will include a f
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; Ou May 8th 'With Vote For 'I i{

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3. Work To Change Federal Income: Tax Exemption ,from-$600:.to'-- .j

$900 per person *- ,,-C ; ;S . ,
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I ting wet the game had to be Baldwin Indian teams both I 'Good work boys. You did a I|i[:ditional event, brings the par- j

r I called for the safety factor as scored 65 points at a! track meet good job. You really work hard. ,ents of FSU's more' than 9000

&4f -some boy might of got hurt. The held in Jacksonville Wednesday, Best of luck at your meet this .students to the campus for a vis- '

game might be replayed, a later,April 26. This was a St. Johns Friday. !lit'to classes to participate in so-
date if it has bearing on Conference meet Icial
Continued From ,Page 2 any I activities and to witness:
f the league standing. .! I I campus performers.The .
sensational fielding play. The Callahan scored 54 points, '
t J outfield will be Burned, Burn- .TODAY' = GAME D & B 15, Pierson 4. St. Joseph Florida State's"Family FSU schedule of activities'I
3-2 Sluggers vs. Blue Angels
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sed, Burnsed David. Jim Jerry. Academy 0. 100 yard dash, Har performances by the
1-3 M. Dozier, 3-1; B. Robinson Weekend Is student
; circus, a baseball game
r Jim signed up with Wadsworth ry Kuleski came in first witha '
This outfield is speed. David 12.: 10.5; shotput, Lopez was first, I an AAU invitational track meet
l BROWSING WITH THE LEAGUE To Be Held May 4-6 a choral concert, a picnic and
was one player whenever he got Canakaris 3rd, Wilbur Sheffield5th. J I
f, on base he was sure to score. After five weeks of play the Discus, first, Lopez; third, .a varsity-alumni. football game.
boys have done wonders. All Florida State University today I I
Jim and Jerry could do the same. I Canakaris. 440 yard dash Paul
boys have come a long way. WeI announced its annual Family l![.l- Other Tallahassee activities in
smiles when Staton 5th.
Cliff Sheffield you :
Weekend will be held 4-6
I In1 I have had some nice plays and May
mention his Burnsed outfield. nice hits.. The boys are taking Pole vault, 10.6, Paul Barrow and that this year the event visits I
r shortfield It will be Bill Cum- first :Gardens, the Tallahassee Junior
more interest. We have gone as ; Flynn Edmonson .3rd, 4th, will be coordinated with a se-j
mins. Bill has never changed. far as to form a team who will E. Kuleski. 880 yard run, Rudy ries of Tallahassee vents Museum and The Grove. An Art
'I. He just plays cool, steady, and i Stula Festival and Pilot Club Tour of
jbe able to play some little Don McNab 5th. 880 yard include an art festival and a J
comes through when the chips I! Distinctive Homes both
(league ball in the fall. When relay, McCraney, McNab, McMil tour of homes., are
are down. Bill also will do some lan and Kuleski finished 5th. I scheduled for Sunday, May 6.
II IIf the season finishes we have to The entire for the
: catching. program --
Mile run, Paul Staton, broad I
teach .,a lot of fundamentals on weekend is called Tallahasee
Jr. Hutchenson plays outfield. baseball as the, boys have a lot jump, H. Kuleski 2nd, Flynn Ed FREE PAINT ..
Spring Family Festival and
e Old Jr. he keeps up with the top_ I 3rd.
monson High Jump, H. Ku-
to learn. We, have just been giv- '
sponsors, which include the One extra gallon of your choice
batter, considering that he is a .
leski 2nd at 5.6.
r shift worker. Being myself'l(ing the boys a little baseball. Chamber Commerce, hope that!I with each gallon you buy
t one Mile relay, d'place to Paul
I know how' Jr., feels sometimes.!I I Staton. Walter Townsend, Mc- I it will draw a large attendance..1},.1FSU's Mary Carter Paint Store

f Jerrald Schatz is Cliff long ball LUMBER CO. TO MEET Craney,. Harry Kuuleski 3.59. Family,Weekend, a tra- i Also yVe.tate flbooplnff Outer
hitter. Jerrald long ball hitting(PANTHERS SUNDAY -_._-- ,_ "
Il might get him out in the outfield I Wadsworth Lumber Co. will

'I" with the 10-man team.C. [meet the Seville Panthers Sun IY

> H. Knight has been practicing day afternoon at the Hillcrest
, and is getting his eyes Diamond, Flagler Beach, at 3 o'- 1
l:r I in shape. He also is a long ball clock. Vote County Wide For

I hitter. Cecil Wehtbrook is the Seville Panthers is one of the

/ Wadsworth relief pitcher. Cecil teams which will be playing in z t

f has been working out and looks the Bunnell Softball League.
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a little more consistent, and has The Panthers will have Fireball Louis M. Steflik

* better control lately. Knowing Bud Henry on the mound, while
Cliff he all smiles these days.:;Manager Cliff Sheffield of the \

r Tm glad to see this as I am champion Wadsworth LumberCo. i

looking forward to see softball .. will have Joe Kelly and.
/ played like it. should. Ball fans Gale Mercer. .
should, enjoy this season.t Softball fans will be in for a.. School Board District 1 7

t good afternoon of some fast ac-

,y" PIRATES'ANGEL GAME IS : tion as both teams have a lot

; RAINED OUT IN ,SECONDS I of speed. EDUCATION:, Bunnell High School Graduate .

| The Pirates University of Florida B. S. and M. S. Degrees
and Anget'game BULLDOGS. INDIANS
; Elect, who has to the future and who
a man an eye
f. was called in the bottom of the I CO-CHAMPS OF THE
think and make decisions. _
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f A steady rain and the_.._ball getI I The Bunnell ,Bul MEET'I, I BUSINESSMAN:- Engaged in the operation of a 500 acre farm in . .
partnership in the Bimini section. -

f1 Elect a successful businessman to run the County's ,

\ KEEP .;:." ,: : biggest business. :.

, a FLORIDA GROWING -. -,: .. LEADERSHIP: Past President Bunnell Rotary Club ,

: Elect a man who can provide necessary leadership -
: KEEP on the Board and who has the willingness and. desire '

to make your schools the BEST.

t Re-Elect Wilbur C. "Why Settle for Less When You Can Have the Best?"

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Automotive Specialty Center IDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. From Flagler County"Florida.c'J
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t. 540 Mason Ave.- Daytona DUNCAN HflScDONELL.Defendant.. 5- 5 -J:

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" ALL MAKES I CANADA of Legislature., ":;' j
i You are hereby notified that a "* '
: ;._ Agent For suit for divorce has been filed ,, .., ** >, ,J.- , **
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i. cause and you you are hereby requiredto 2. No endorsements sought,*.;thus, no bligay -
;.T1: RCA & PHILCO serve upon Plaintiffs Attorney. : ',. - "
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TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD any. to the Complaint in said suit : :
-- AND INSTALLED; I on 1962 or: else before decree the pro 17th confesso day of May will 3*.. Recognizes" the responsibility, of;a: publicS

1 TUBES :TESTED Er I I be WITNESS entered against my hand you.and seal of v servant on all occasions. .
said Court this 16th ,day of April
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of structures will give better distribution 1
of the
I irrigation water.
y' ' i TO GIRLS' STATE F has asked the Soil Conservation

? Randy Morris of Bunnell and II l Barbara .Weaver of Flagler, By Tilmon W. Hohinson I Service for engineering assis, --
Dean Peterson of Flagler Beach Beach, member of the Junior I Mary Susan Brannam placed tance for the installation of irrigation RCA VICTOR

have been selected to represent!Class of Bunnell High School, I third In the Area Speaking Contest structures on the 4-H LIVING COLOR TV
the FJagler Post 115, American has been selected by the facultyas I in Green Cove Springs last Club farm. V-type ditches for "LOOK FOR THE 'PICTURE .
Legion at Boys State in Talla t' the representative to this Thursday. She received a rosette seepage irrigation on the farm's IN TilE WINDOW
Southern Radio & Television
.hassee. i year's session of Girls State at I and a cash prize of. $15.00. improved pasture of bahia and 226 E. Granada- Ph. OR 7-2001 \ I
Randy is the son of Mr. and Tallahassee. She will represent, clover have already been in OFIMONDWWVWVft
... Mary Susan, who representedthe
Mrs. Walter Morris of BunnellSand The American Legion Auxiliary I
is a ,member of the junior i Unit 115 of Bunnell at the June Flagler SoiJ ConservationDistrict I "J"...-..-....,........r- ......",..."" "..'.,... ..,.A.....MAWWW
in- the contest, had as {
class of Bunnell High School. 1:session. opposition five other high school I FOR ALL HOURS-DAY' OR NIGHT
Dean is the son of Mr/ and i Girls State is sponsored each
students from 'the SCD's of
Mrs. Dean Peterson of Flagler :year by the ,Department of Florida '
I Jacksonville
starke Callahan, AMBULANCE \ ,
Beach and is also a member of American Legion Auxiliaryand
I I Palatka, and Green Cove Springs. PHONE VAIley 4-1625
.' the junior class. They will go"[I is a working mock sessionof i .
'S to'Tallahassee for the Boys State i! State, County and.city govern I. J. Pemberton, who recently 1 1 SERVICE ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
session which is sponsored by ''ment. Representatives of American I.completed planting 150 acres to .t-
American Legion, Depart. II II'The. Legion Auxiliary Units over i citrus, has seeded the area to a Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We
ment of Florida. : the state participate in the ses j hairy Indigo cover crop. are always at your service with promptness, safety and J
,sion.' Girls are selected from the i} Mike and Louis Steflik have experience. :

SENIORS WANT JOBS j i junior classes of high, schools. all {further increased the citrus tree i
FOR CLASS TRIP i 1 i lover the state.HERBERT I population in Flagler when they Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator

f recently completed the plantingon --
: .' Members of the senior, class,1] BAKER I 40 acres. Garcia Funeral HomeP.
planning a class trip to Wash i il' .
ington ,and New York, are seek-;; i OF ORLANDO Due to the extended dry l E., GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director 1 I
weather, Raymon Tucker has
:3ng odd jobs of any type"to earn I PASSES AWAY I started irrigation on some of his LADY ASSISTANT
:anoney. for the trip. Herber Baker of Orlando, I' I .....
A, member of the class said brother in law of Mrs. T.. E.

whether it be mowing lawns, Lovelace and Mrs. George, Allen,

;. )baby sitting, washing cars or ,Sr., 'of Bunnell,. passed away .
ii What-have-you,' they will do. the'Sunday morning in' Orlando. He 1 / I

;job. I'was '67 years of age. '
r"". Any interested person wishing Funeral services and inter .m 7 Now..Jeailtiful! buying days dining Clievy's s'

!:" :, their services should call the ;ment followed in Jacksonville I \

J' school and a member will be,j'r" 'Tuesday. '

sent. Thee .class ,hopes to begin ,

"' their trip May 20. MARKED FISH ''GOLDEN SALES JUBILEE !

t TT CLASSIFIEDADS BRINGS Francis Chesser$25.00 of Bunnell .' '.
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cently caught a marked, 9 (, # : .
inch, nine ounce sheepshead fish ..
J in the Inland Waterway at Flag. :' ;: '
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Beach. The fish was.caught < .-
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r- cent per word each Insertion \
" 75 cent Im minimum efcarge. fishing contest. '

.' FOR SALE-Flagler: Beach, 4 The band, was sent to contest : : 't

f- unit apartment house. Partially headquarters and Mr. Chesser received F : : ,

:, lumished. Lot 150'xl50block a check this week for $25. ....... ....
from ocean on Main St. Make a ,
.reasonable offer. C. L. Ginn, PHONE INVENTOR'S FLUFF .
"owner, 421 Lemon St.,' Palatka, Alexander Graham Bell Scottish \

EA '5-3534. 5-3-6-7, Inc-6tp inventor of the telephone, ,J L "
filed for American citizenshipin \

t ITS A WOMAN'S WORLDI- ,1874 and later counted becoming I

r Have a new and interesting cat a citizen the most glorious .
.reer. If you are ambitious and honor of his_ life. But in his excited
.' can qualify Avon will train you. effort to end the first telephone :
t "We need 2 representatives in conversation in 1876 ,witha

.. ,Flagler County. For Interview properly dramatic flourish, he
r' write. Mrs. Donna Burns, P.O. thundered, "God Save the "
Spring's a-wasting! So why wait longer to ?
Box 448 Gainesville, Fla. Queen!" The personal story of any NEW 1 IMPALA SPORT COUPE
that of ? :
satisfy new-car urge yours. Especially "
May 3 Itp Dr. Bell and his wife, Mabel : .
r t: Hubbard, is told for the first when your Chevrolet dealer has such beautiful i It couldn't look more like a convertible unless

[ .. TOR SALE-a six burner Magic time in the new book, "Makea buys busting out all over the place. Like in 1 it were one! . A steel top molded into the

(:. 'Che{ range in good Joyful Sound," by Helen M. fourteen ,Jet-smooth Chevrolets. Or eleven i crisp contours of a convertible. Chalk it up
t and very 'reasonable. Phone Waite. new-size Chevy II models. Or a whole crew j to Body by Fisher finesse. Here's luxury

r. ID 73609. 4.26.2tc I of frisky Corvairs. So come on in and pick and i and riding comfort that add up to every.

r: f, FOR SALE-Flagler Beach corner choose to your heart's content at your I thing you expect in an expensive car- -

. . lots, 100 x 150 on Daytona ,, Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center., i except the expense. ..
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tier cash or terms, $300 down,

'$20 a month (if on terms). 'RR F gas'Yw ( .
Mrs. Frances Kraus 20 Ohio St., : 3
t.. Joliet, 'Il inots. 3-26-6 times .
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HOUSE ,FOR SALE-2 bedroom, w., C xwF'qe '

1} .._ large living, dining area, carport H Y 5 :
f.:' and utility room, CBS on a. .
.." 100 x 105 corner- lot, 311 South
Forsyth Street. 1-25-tf
, .. ,... I Space and spice in a new kind of saver. I The trim sportster that started the bucket
POR RENT OR .SALE--3 bed. And it's just one of three new Chevy II I seat brigade. Here's rear engine scamper
- TOum house at north end of Pal wagons.Very parkable.Very packable,too. i wedded to the road with tenacious traction \

t" metto, Flagler Beach, on boat Has a load floor thatVover 9 ft. long with i and quicksilver reflexes. And this one's as

r- canals, cool pleasant living, exceptional Y Pry second seat and tailgate down. /- I easy to owl) ai it is to drive. 1"i'
t value, beautiful interior =
r. ; ; and exterior $90.00 per
? month for September 1 occu OnMaySElect '

If' pancy. Contact present renters I
F or Alexander Lumber Co., Daytona y. I \

;II-. Beach Florida. 7-20-TF( .!

t Oceanfront housekeeping" apartments i ii ..
::2 .' 1 and 2 bedrooms compete ' l -

, : with linens and all ,utilities. JUDGE NEW BEL AIR 4-DOOR SEDAN This i NEW IMPALA 6-PASSENGER STATION ,
'Sun deck, fishing, swimming
I popular priced Jet-smoothie rides like a i WAGON Chevrolet wagoning at its mostfamUyM
loafing: Day, week or month.
I room oil wheels. Got a mammoths i elegant.With up to a whopping 97.5 cu. ft.
Sun Sea Manor Beach.
' : Flagler I James T. Nelson
f ]HE 9-2082 7-6tf cave of a trunk, too, with bumper-level J of cargo space-including a compartment in
loading and a handy deep well for bulky i the floor where you can stow golf clubs and
t, I items. Plus a choice of six or V8 skedaddle. I other valuables out of sight.


LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,, Qualified By 10 Years See the new Chevrolet, Ghety,II.and' Corrair at your local authorized Chevrolett.dealer's
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