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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 6, 1962
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Flagler -- Bunnell
Coordinates: 29.4675 x -81.256944 ( Place of Publication )
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, r VOCUMFLJ50., NO. 35- BUNNELL FLORIDA THURSDAY, SEPT. 6," 1962 '$2.50 A TEAR. r:

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f New Postoffice Mosquito Board Bunnell Masons )Youth Council i j County Board


Building Here On The Beachside Mark 50 Years j(IDance] Set For I IGets'Complaints '


': Now Assured Steps Up Control Of Lodg 's Life i!]Friday Night '
On Bar Hours
I The East Flagler Mosquito, j I The Youth Council Dance will :4

,Control Board has been oPerat- I be held at the Bunnell Civic .
Work on Bunnell's new post- ing three fogging machines Members of Bunnell Masonic Center on' Friday night with I I A delegation of church people ';
office building is expected to begin and Masons of
Lodge visiting
whenever weather conditions }Dee Mickler's complained to the Board',of
Combo furnishing
within the next two weeks permit in an all-out effort to the Fifteenth Masonic District\ the music. I I County Commissioners about theboard's
I Architect Alfred G. Kemmerer celebrated the lodge's 50th, birth.
keep down the mosquito action of a month
popu- The dance is for the ago
Daytona Beach.said..today. He day anniversary with a banquetIn j jj I sponsored
'lation, Lyman Gage, member of ( benefit of the stadium addition ,when it voted to permit bars
said plans call for constructionto the boards said today. the Bunnell Community Center -I I and the price of will I outside of municipalities to open
be completed about 90 days to which the wives of the' admission
I at 10 o'clock in the .
I morning.The
I The board, he said, urges be the purchase of one or more
'._ after beginning. {everyone to look over ,their Masons attended also. '{!,I concrete blocks. The price of a delegation asked the board !

Postmaster J. Edward Day announced J premises and adjoining premises I After the banquet the Masons;I block is 25 cents. to rescind its, previous action, ,}'
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convened the local lodge ,hall
" # last weekend that a and remove any old tires,I I A meeting of the Flagler I but after discussion the board
to award certificates members
to
contract had been awarded to I cans or receptacles which might I County Youth Council Directors took no action.
with 25 I
of service and
Mr. and Mrs. Kemmerer to build hold waiter, thereby removing years one will be at seven thirty on Saturday The board accepted the tax k I

. and lease the building to the 1 likely sources of mosquito breed. I member in Masonry.with 50 .years of service;:: night. All officers and interested roll as submitted by Tax Assessor :

postofflce department. ing places. Any pjant or container According to lodge records, 38 persons are urged to D. D. Moody. However, Moody'

;11" Mr. Day said "Under the de. 1 which will hold water is i members were entitled to the attend this meeting. explained that the intagible roll

partment's lease construction a likely place for mosquitoes to: year certificates, 15 of whom I was not complete because of additional
program.Mr.,and Mrs. Kemmerer breed and hatch, he said. I 125 I items'on the roll result
present Among those absent I
:
will construct the new buildingon "Everything possible is being were several who how live I School ,Board ing from a new law.

the south, corner of Moody done to prevent any outbreak of away from this'area.. i The board adjourned its equalization .
Blvd. ;and Church St. and, leaseit mosquito carried diseases, such i:
George Moody, Sr., was presented Has Routine I meeting on the tax roll
to the post office departmentfor encephalitis (sleeping sickness a certificate and lapel I except the 'intangible, but recessed '

10 years, with two five-year ) ,which is at present preva- I' the equalization meeting
_. pin as the only member with 50 Meet
renewal* options. ,I lent in Pinellas County and years of service. He became a TuesdayThe pertaining to that roll until it
The, department's capital in other sections of I
some !the state. Masons May 3, 1909 in New is submitted.The .

vestment is limited substantiallyto :We do catch a few of the culex I Smyrna Beach and is a charter I Flagler County School body set the millage for I
postal equipment, while the';.NIgrapalPus mosquitoes which Board its operations at six millsthesame
member of the local lodge. Those set the millage for the
building remains under private 1]:1 arethe most for
likely suspects number as last It
receiving 25 year certificates at year at 19 mills at its meeting year. j
ownership, with the owner pay.(carrying the virus. was explained that the school !
: the meeting were: Tuesday morning. This is an In-
Ing local real estate taxes, JMr. "The board is at present workIng O. F. Alford, George Biddle crease of one-half mill over lastyear's board had not yet submitted its

Day continued.The on the budget for the coming However the school board
levy. ,
I I Harry Clegg, M. B. Fuller, levy. "
new, modern building year. This budget will be man Gage Dean Holland, A.Ly-I The board voted at the August met Tuesday and placed its mill- i

will be constructed on a site based the same as last year on McDaniel, R. L. McNab, Otis meeting to set the millageat age levy at-19, half a mill more ,<

containing 12,039 square feet: a 3S mill tax levy. In other gee, John Rice, Raphael Stur- j i 18% but later found it was than last year.
The interior space will -be 2,710 i words 3% mills of
only your man W. C. Sullivan and Henry necessary to increase the half The total millage for the
square feet An area for park i state and_ county taxes !represent will be 25 in the
Wells. The certificates were presented mill when it was .found an additional county except
ing movement of postal vehicles your contributions to the controlof bus would have East Flagler Mosquito Control
II by Sehlton Brooks, deputy to be
-- will contain approximately V I mosquitoes in our district for District which will assess 3.5
1 grand master for the fifteenth I bought Carver school chil

,385 .square, feet The property: I The first $5.000..valuation on district.. Brooks, also gave A running .j dren. The board, :voted.at Tues.day's mills,. the same',as-1ast.year. In .
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-, facing MoOdy' Blvd. is 105 feet; i.trprop ,:: .history of the local lodge. I meeting to certify the 19mill that district the total millagewill ;-- '
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and runs 135 feet south on S.ChU'cl1 I
i'tY'7ttlilL-homestead'l
St. I exemption I Also present was Jack Stewart, ,I ,levy, to the Board of County be 38J5.Also !

N";- 1!i eluded in master of the Ormond Beach II (Commissioners.The the board authorized advertising

1 <+ budget. lodge;' William A. Whitcomb, board accepted the bid of for: bids on ...a pickup !

secretary of the grand lodge; I Flagler, Truck and Tractor: Co. truck and for 5,000 bags of Portland

;.;, : New ABC County and William. Simmons, a memo for a deisel tractor for 267499. cement. It also voted to

'r Elected Many Students :, ber of the state committee on Other bids received by the board contribute $100 (to the Korona

Committee ritualism. were from Florida Truck and Community Hall in lieu of rent

-Results of the recent election i Off to CollegeDuring Tractor and Farmers Supply.The I of the building as a polling

board adopted an evalua- place.
held for Flagler County ASC
1'it Committeemen is announced by State Attorney tive criteria for competency t It approved the special primary .
Week
award; approved bus requestsfor I election ballot and a list
S. M. Thrift, county office man-
ager, Agricultural Stabilization Election TuesdayThe football and band trips for I of celrks and inspectors to be '

I and ConserVation. Service: Students leaving this week to the year; employed George Tap- advertised as required by law. i

Farmers elected to the committee enter their freshman year at the special election to be held i ley to fill a vacancy at Carver 'r

who will take office October University of Florida in Gaines next Tuesday, September 11, is I School; approved purchase of a Scouts Sponsoring = ..t
ville include Susan Wadsworth tv set for, the educational
tv
1, and serve for one year, to nominate a candidate for '

i are: A. B. :Johnston, chairman Jamesene Dawson, Grace Steflik, I State Attorney to fill the unr programs at Carver School; and Ham Dinner TodayThe

W. W. Deen, vice chairman; R. Connie Shields, and Ronnie Ca-j!{! expired term-of Billy Judge who purchased usual supplies for vis-

W. Deen, Jr. regular member nakaris. has resigned. ual education and bath roomS Boy Scouts and Explorers

Those returning to continue for all county schools. Flagler Beach will
L. O. Robertson, first alternate' There are two men runningfor sponsor a
and George Clegg, second al\their studies there include Nancy :the nomination. Robert The board also made 143,pupil ham dinner this evening (Thurs.da .

ternate. Brannam, JoAnn Morris, Judson Durden and Dan Warren, both I assignments an Jived '*at the Woman's Club building -

1 Stryker, Billy Deen, David I Volusla county attorneys. Dur-i a report from AgJPelicher i'1'Ford. ? The dinner will be served '
I _
& Shields, Robert Cook, .and Carol_ den has an advertisement of his:I from" 5 ito 7 o'clock. '

"CRACKER?DAY" '" Craig i lip. dldacy in this week's issue+j STATE TS NDS W Following the dinner, a Court F

of;, The Tribune. of Honor-Trill follow at 8 o'clock. . f
( POSTPONEDThe Entering Florida State- University FROM NE 96 WT
.
Polls*,w111 open at the usual* Awards from Tenderfoot to Eagle z
are Elaine Deen, who is
Flagler County ,Cattle- beginning her freshman time and voting will be in all l n $1, plus numerous merit badges will

\ men's Association has announced Returning to continue .their year. precincts pf the- county., i mm urges;|b presented Scouts and Ext '
n e the a n *
!that the eleventh Annual p pro >lorers.
"Cracker sched studies are David Collings, Love 1 4thh' actt the .
Day" originally Representative W. L. Wads-
lace Gordon, Jim Cook, and DIRECTOR CAF uled for Setpember 29, 1962, has 1 legislature, 11 t. Comptrol worth will make the Eagle presentation .

been postponed., Sammie Whitaker. DEVEioPME.LWright 1 Ray gGr ays. ,to Jeff Seale and Don
The University of Florida and Those from Flagler county attending teen'sa7d 1 of $1,098,956 McNab. .1\\
Georgia Tech football game is 4 i i.432 was paid The younger Scouts will pre- ;1-1 1
Daytona Beach include: Grant director e
o dry aims and refunds. '
scheduled in Gainesvile the sent an Indian dance. 1
!. Holland, Mary Susan Brannam Commission, spen short time ** !
nla
is a continuing !
,
same date and many local citi _. process J'
.. zens will attend the Carol Christopher, Boyd Robertson h ernoo erng so there, will be a new total at "I I

The "Cracker1 Day'! event game.will: Peggy Hoskins, Paul State Jf with officers- the Com .the.end? of every month," Green VFW DISTRICT MEET .; )

be held during March 1963, and Tommy Robertson, Joan mitteeof" 1OQ the Cbcrflloerj said. "The amount received ,to IS 'SET FOR SUNDAYThe 1,
rell, David Cook, Buddy "Tailor, Commerce: office -* ,
the exact date will be announced date falls far short of some of ..
: =
Cary Holland, John 8f3ig F -- District
later.,, ; the estimates made during the Eighth meeting
Brown. 1 ON F 0 LLTJRET period prior to {he 'passage of of the Veterans of Forei.ga'-Wars
6 and its auxiliary will be held
the law.
: EASTERN STAR I Attending th ng Sc SALE
in Orlando
there are F e c Mab Some insurance companies 'Sunday, September
CALLED ETlNG ::1:1i Brooks n Ilornsbyk A Season-tickets for the Bunnell have reported but the deadline 8. The groups will assemble at
i ;uJJsWgfootball home games I VFW Post 900 Goldenrod
L 4287.
ai for remittances from the industry
Bunnell Order
Chapter, ten
g the h 1 of P ctiursin ose September ,13, Coach Bo
Clarice
Orlando. Mrs.
Road Taylor

.. Eastern Star, will hold a special'called o off aner D Manuel said today. is October 15.
all ladies of the local '
meeting 7:30 P.M September urges
,,
ay
Tickets -
can be bought from post 5213 to attend this'meeting.
11 at the lodgeroomr'I'hepurpose Mike iHtm t) $ ep Coach
Manuel or from Leslie SMALL CLAIMS ....
of the meeting w411lUe .eekend for J ty, Pache. In buying the
I season Mrs. Taylor said the Eighth
a practice session a dan: officers COURT SESSIONThree
n., wLniL JIL nili enter Car tickets for adults or students the District president of the auxiliary
areurged to attendrWoitliir \\& son. College.avin '
I price of one game Is saved. cases on the small will make her official visit
Iron Wanda Mercer said. T
I : two weeks i The away game with, Pierson claims court docket Wednesday to the local auxiliary September
Tuesday, September 2D mXbe is Susan Jane Deen who Mill en-
| has been cancelled this
morning continued
year were to the 13. The meeting will be held
the official visit of the Grand" to of College in Winter due to lack of participation, it,September 19th session Judge t at the Bunnell Community Center -
Instructor Quilla Biddle. ark.KS4 I
'" was announced. Leola Jones said today. at 8 o'clock in the evening.

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PAGE TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA :Thursday, Sept 6, 1962'rH

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BULLDOGS-REBELS I highways and homes, mechanized -! bald eagle and 'other birds, of cattle carcasses instead of'.leav.

; I 10-YEAR STANDING farms and factories, reports t.prey die from eating small' birds I I ing them on the ground. Many ,

Bulldogs, 0" Rebels. the National Geographic Society. and mammals which have themselves condors die from poisoned meat i
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52 1952 0' I Largest Woodpecker fed on grain leaves, or put out by farmers to kill

.13 1953 0 Only two Ivory.billed" wood I Insects'... contaminated, by .highly- cougar and coyote. tw"
-':-' 39 1954 0 peckers have been slghted'1nthe poisonous 1nsect1cides."v' Other
By Leslie Poche rare American birds In.
I, 47 1955 6 : United Stales in ten years! clude Bachman
warbler, the
r, Football fans should be delightfully 26 1956 0 The largest member of the wood. Special Sanctuary trumpter swan
eastern
turkey
surprised this season 0 1957 26 pecker family once 'populated I Less than 70 California condors Hudsonian godwit, Hawaiian

with the expanded football pro' 0 1958 12 the dense cypress swamps of the cling grimly to a rocky or Attawater's
goose nene pral-
"' that has been carried 6 1959 21 South, dining on wood borers sanctuary in California's Los t
., gram on I rie chicken, and the much publicized f .
We are ,going to have a complete 0 1960 18 beneath the bark. Lumbermen Padres National Forest. The 'whooping crane. "
new look.:Out of town fans 57 1961 7 felled the age-old forests, de. giant member of the vulture

will see our'go ahead for prog 250. 90 stroying the bird's-' privacy and I family soared on 11-foot-wide I t
v -"$a wings over most of the Southwest RCA VICTOR
ress. 'With the field Jineup"it Bunnell Bulldogs in their ten pantry. %

will be just like a ,stadium. The years defeated the 'Rebels six Eskimo curlews plump shorebirds -I I' at one time. I I LIVING COLOR TV

new lights with ,the poles setback times. Scored the most pointsin that are too"'tasty' for.their The basic misfortune is that LOOK IN FOR THE THE WINDOW"PICTURE. * \,

fans will have a better 61 (57-7). The Bulldogs shut own good, bred numerously in since it eats carrion, the condor I Southern Radio & Television'

view of the game. out the Rebels four seasons. The the marshes of western Canada. has virtually outlasted' its food. 226 E. Granada-'Ph OR' 7-2001 "I

The lights are the latest. New Rebels shout out the Bulldogs The flocks migrated eastward to supply. _Ranchers now destroy t I ORMOND .

parking area for cars. Also a three seasons. I Labrador and down Atlantic 1 I

new Scoreboard and time clock. coasts to wintering grounds in ,NO. DEMOCRATIC

Plans were made to keep cars 1962 FOOTBALL SCHEDULEx Argentina. ,
from parking. in the stadium Sept 14-Crescent City home Curlews were shot and mar. OFFICIAL SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT

which, at the present time, can Sept. 21-Orange Park awayx keted by the carload until they Stub.. No. 1 Initials of '!f
not be carried as there is not Sept. 28-St Joseph awayx all but vanished in a.945. l'or.tunately Issuing (

enough seats for the fans. Oct. Baldwin awayx the curlew:is' 'reported '.. . Official,.w.,.**>.;. i j t:

There will be a night practice Oct. 12-D & B home reappearing in small numbers Signature{-.rte. ,Blector r. ;--r. . i.
session for Friday' night Oct. 19-Dunnellon awayx In. Texas. \.1, :-
Oct. 26-Father home The kite NO. DEMOCRATIC .' ;
,Fans will have the opportunity Lopez Everglades a one '--
: too to see Coach Manuel's: Nov. 2-Open'" time common sight skimming OFFICIAL- SPECIAL' PRIMARY BALLOT -:.
x Nov. 9-Hastings home over southern marshlands r ... f.
boys in action before the opening '. now Stab No. 2 J
14 x'Nov.. 16Callahan.home. numbers less than ten in the Initials of."
when .
game September II Issuing1"
x Denotes. conference game. United States. The few survivors OtD.ctal./ ,
the Crescent Rebels to to Bunnell. }
i Inhabit a single swamp near ", 'I I.
The probable line up for .
Friday night: (lineup to come) Many I Bird Species Florida's' Lake Okeechobee. Ex. ; .,. DEMOCRATICOFFICIAL '. .
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pensive swamp drainage destroy.ed I SPECIAL PRIMARY BALLOT .. ., :'- l
the kite's natural habitat and .*. .
September 11, 1962 .n.-: \;
Facing ExtinctionThe
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BULLDOG FOOTBALLTEN !! its sole source of food, a speciesof FLAGLER COUNTY \ .'3f. .

TEARS AGO rat.tat.tat of the ivory freshwater snail. The bird ___......i-j.. ",i

We billed woodpecker and the soft still thrives in South America. '. I\ ',' ,' ." .ri=?? -].,:,
They STATE ATTORNEY OF THE
melodious whistel of'the Eskimo The bald eagle, official ... .-
sym ,
20 Ketterlinus 6 \ SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITd": ;t: ,} i'
curlew fade into si bol of the United States, ,I
45 Baldwin 6 may soon.. may (Vote for One) A. 4
18 Hastings 17 lence. be in danger. Ornithologists estimate ) . : q.1'V:
'12 DAB 4'0 The two birds are among some that only a few thousand '\ ; ? : .

54 Palatka B. .:, 0 120 species that face extinction.' remain. The elusive, wilderness- 1"-J, ROBERT DURDEX I, 'I \. .

,32 ,At least a dozen are native to loving bird has retreated in 'the j' .r -. \;". t '!U a. L
Mainland B. 26
7 Green Cove7- I the United States. face 'of spreading suburbs. I DAN R. WARREN } I I. "I >

52 Crescent 'City 0 .Slaughter for pleasure and Some naturalists believe the 4. ] .'-" n I
profit by former generations of I ,; ,'ISr. '..-... '
0 Macclenny 20 . ---Ti -- ---- ,
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Americans eliminated the '. ."!*. &* *-w* -< .
passenger ''
240 St. Johns Conference 77 piegon, heath hen, Carolina : ....: ;; 7' 'fi''t'-f'' ,
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parakeet great auk, and , , , , '
Standing 711. ,
I I Labrador duck : : : .>. ;: ;:L I
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Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune I Today, the main threats to .;,-< J,' SCHOOLDAYS e., .'\\t':,',.

S2L50 A Year In, ,Advance I the wildbird are civilization's ,I_ tt .. .5 .".'.:1", . J. " i'n, ',..''.rr...- .

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11 Was seated 48'''Forever ANSWER TO ::0 '
14 Dike 50 Unable to ,..' r .. ; IAREHERE (
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protuberance 54 Ocean '
16 01l1's name 55 worm ,WILL BE HERE '

11 Bread ingredient 56 Exchange premium -. NEXT WEEK AGAIN ; r:

18 Expert 57 SOak au "_,
20 19 Decay Definite Performed 59 Cover ':.;.. ,

article 62 Jeweled '. '
22 Vital fluid headpiece -k-- -I
23 Halo 64 Rent :
24 Fire residue 68 Night before k ,: y
Zl Chemlcnl 69 Water 11 Sweet 40 Hunts 9r
suffix animal liQUid 42 Sorrowl\11 a'
29 Soft shoe 10 Avid 12 Love 43 Enclosure , ,'J
31 Re caiman ?1 Indit ...13 Turkish 45 Enemy 'f
ere tribe 46 Followed .
34 Group of' 12 Set again 21 Hlgh priest Self f.
Greenland 13 Male bee 23 wwailaba 449 Lampre7 r titIr t
eskimos 50.Becomes '
35 Satisfies DONN 24 Analysis dim ' 't
36 Openings 25 Not fresh 51 A pointed
in nose 1 Cunning 2 Detests arch h" i
38 High 2 Golf mound 28 Boredom 52 Horseman if
mountain 43 Eggs 30 Possessive 53 Chairs f
41 Toward Pause pronoun 581Yoody plant -I-- tiWsr
sheltered 5 Systems; 32 Born 60 Expensive
side 'G Greet letter 33 Type; of 62 High hill .
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43 KInd of 89 Regions 31 Pauses 65 Past a jr I
fruit Furnished 38 Eagle's 66 oriental
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Sept.6,1962.THEJFLAGLER TRIBUNE,. BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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I us.4f minutes before using.
I For casseroles, and sauces, "\.
I II add the .finely chopped fresh or .1',
.; (By Hervey "iiPe \ -
I dried herbs directly to the mix. \ '

I ;Some folks fancy up the tasteof ture. Remember, a little does. a ; S

dried,black-eye peas with .hogS : lot with herbs. .
I jowls, while 'others make hogs,I For additional information on

I of themselves if the southern I growing and using herbs, ask TOPS
dish is seasoned- with herbs.- .' your county agent for Agricultural !
> * I Extension Service. Circular
J 15o if ,you' are not-on a diet, '
: "Herbs.
l 164.
.
try' 'plantIng a few of these N
a flavor plants in the garden this .I : EVERL1SHOPPiNG _
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fall, .. ) '. VJA . Trends in DalryfProducts 4\&S : S
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: slat plot "planted to several Sales- -
of tthe''lbs will add 'interest ,
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and: piquant taste to the Florida families rarely buy ''-:'.

ordinary- -round -vegetables.. their milk directly from the .1.

Herbs add a delightful, tang to dairy farmer, says. Dr., Ralph A.I xA J>,,
, dressings: for.chicken"':'turkey and Eastwood, marketing economist At SHELTON'S we please! our customers with .
pork dishes. . with .the :FloridaAgricultural i I "

Most'herbs can be grown from Extension Service. This is because |f quality' foods at low. prices*; >".;. ,. :.' hc\ '

seeds in an open, sunny spot. dairy farmers in Florida ., .
I Other taste (tIcklers. favor damp( are selling an increased shareof .
shady, spots. As an ,example I their: production to large Flavor Aged
spearmint does well in a shady plants and dealers.At .

spot' 'near' drippy faucet. !J the same time direct. sale (
Growing, your own seasoning! of milk and cream from farmers SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. 89

plants takes up almost no placeat tp\consumers Is on the down.
,
all. In fact you can squeeze trend.

the plants into the "skips between .j Plants arid dealers are buy.

the flower plants or along: ing more whole milk and less
the border of a flower bed. I
farm-separated cream from the Flavor Aged Bone inROUND -
If possible select a site near i
The
dairymen. trend toward the
the kitchen. This will make it
sale of whole milk began before
convenient to dash out ,and, '
World War II. It picked up STEAK Lb. 89
snatch a few sprigs of herbs-forinstant '
during the war when the government -
use. Planting herbs in ,
offered price incentives
Ito
.
window boxes makes harvestingeven .
easier. encourage delivery of whole ',J
milk in an effort to use the na
Herbs tested for fall plantingare
tion's food supply more effectively Maxwell House
sage, sweet majoram, thyme, Crisprite

lavender, rosemary and sweet Increase; in size of farms '
dairy BACON Pound 49
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fennel. Those suggested for. -. '
and improved facilities for trans ,
winter include dill, corlanderand COFFEEpr
anise. porting, handling and processing .
have also favored the shiftto Armour Star
Next spring plant basil, chives,
summer savory, catnip, borage, whole milk sales. Piece f 39*
hyssop, lemon verbena, tarragon, Other: dairy trends in Florida Ib
Bologna
mint and pot marjoram. that include fewer dairies, more cows Sliced 49 8 49 ,
Sage is one of the few herbs are producing more milk
that still belongs to the modern per cow and fewer but larger
everyday life. There are several milk plants. Azaela All MeatFRANKS Limit' One With $5.00 or MoreI .

varities-green purple and vari Food Order'
egated. The type with oval There are a lot of good waysto 12 oz. pkg. 39 1

leaves is most common. One or become_ a failure, but never .
!two plants will supply the leaves taking .chance. is the most BestGROUND Giant SizeWorld's u I

for seasoning poultry dressing,I successful.Anonymous.. - -.

sausage and other meats. BEEF 3 Ibs. $139'
Sweet majoram was one of ORMOND PRESCRIPTION ,
the most: popular herbs in the PHARMACY EACHFAB I


colonial garden. It, rose geranium Slck'Room Suppl1es-Sundrles
lemon verbena !
rosemary HOSPITAL SUPPLIES ,FRESH FARM PRODUCE
and lavender are the five fragrant 24-Hour Prescription Service Delicious 59 Y .

herbs used by early Americans Free Delivery in Flagler Beach .
to scent linens. Rt. AlA 1 mL North of APPLES 19
ORMOND BEACH-TeL OR 11681I Pound
Thyme is a favorite when pre.
paring the Thanksgiving and I Sweet Honey Dew Limit One With $5.00 or More

Christmas feasts. The most popular MELONS 39C Food Order
species of these flavor Community E ach:

plants are lemon, golden and Memorial ChurchInterdenominational Crispy Tender : ii j
silver !thYme. 1 S : :, ,25C Armour 3 Lb. Can )
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dressings, curries, spiced meats FLAGLER BEACH Shurfine ;'''
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and pickles. Use coriander in > $1 00 ;
Sunday School 10:00 A.M. :
the same manner as caraway 8 Cans for :
Church Service 11:00 A.M.R. '

seeds.Harvesting and curing is the W. DICKERT Factor Food King l/2 Flat }' : 49* J

most important part of the flavor EVERYONE WELCOME TUNA can: { 23c :" ,. S .
growing hobby. The main : ..- 1t ;" j
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the proper stage of maturityand I. Lady Betty Cucumber Food Order. 1I '

dry' rapidly in ,the shade, Z5FREE WAFERS. 2 for 35C' -' I ::11r j,
so that the flavor will be locked I 15 oz. '

in.Herbs TOP VALUE STAMPS .

when sufficiently dry with the purchase of r SEALTESTMILK
are crisp. Many of >them are Pint Gulf :Insect MIX Of MATCH
stored in powder form, and I I Spray y i
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Coupon Expires 9862mmmtommimmmwmxKmtitosm4&
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A rule to follow in developing 49lt
good .
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using a light hand with with the purchase of 10 OZ. MUSTARD" "
herbs. You want Just enough Plus..Deposit fI
20 Lb. Sparky'sCliarcoal I' ., ,
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flavor to compliment your -
but- not enough' to crowd but Briquets *
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can, tell what. herbs 'were SO FREETOP t i

used. 0 Good .
If fresh herbs are used chop VALUE STAMPS V 'fl'I'lNUitltPrice. .. I
very fine so that all of the. herb 1962 ,
With.S.OO
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oil can escape.. Blending or
heating with butter or salad' oil Food order f" SHELTON SUPERMARKET Store Hours ;

is the best way to draw" out and this Coupon"at _, Week 8a.ra.-6:45p.m
and extend the flavor of herbs. SHELTON'S GROCERY _
Soak dried herbs in a teaspoonof Sat: 8 am.900 p.m.
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Telephone HEmlock 9-2098 I FOODS .

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION week. Mrs. Anderson, is the I', .
x FOR ELEANOR BALDWINMrs. former Miss Penny Bardistky of!I I Ii

Joseph Baldwin ,honored Flagler Beach. j jBT I i II.I. -..

l' her daughter, Eleanor, with a FLA. GRADE A DRESSED & DRAWN
birthday party last Wednesday.
Eleanor, who was three, had
as her guests.,,Dale Johnson, Susan WHOLE Pound 29
Lenceskl, ateven.Arnold*and FRYERS

Anita Baldwin. The party 'was t Pot Lucl? OILY -
enjoyed.at the home of Eleanors
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray -
L hr. Palm River Tender Baby Beef .
White birthday cake with
fancy'blue decoration was sere HELEN BALE '' FOOD

ed with ice cream and, punch. NOURISHING breakfasts are a BACON 49 LIVER 49
Prizes and balloons were won by everyone in the .
all guests. ,Barbara and Jo Anne family if the morning's work is to
Wilson assisted Mrs. Baldwin in get done,properly. Homemakers, Copeland's Lean Meat Grade A Western Beef Chuck
entertaining the group. mindful of this fact, try to plan

nourishing menus to keep and the tempting family enough eating 1 011.
METHODIST CHURCH NEWS properly. FRANKS : 8: 39 STEAKS 69

.All visitors are welcome to attend Waffles, pancakes, French toast
the regular Sunday worship and fritters are favorites with
service at 11 A.M. with Rev. everyone and one of the main rea-
sons for this is the fact they're
Reynold Hoover, minister. Sun. MAXWELL HOUSE
served with corn syrup, a good
day school time is 9:30 A.M. source of carbohydrate,. an easily
;:The Men's Club will meet on absorbed and available source of POUND
Monday, September 10, at 7:30P. energy. COFFEE 39
.M. The 'men will enjoy an If you've confined yams just-to
outdoor hamburger fry at the your holiday eating,then try them CAN .
home of Lyman Gage and view -
Helen's Favorite:
slides on wildlife. They will Cranberry Citrus Punch Limit. One-$5.00 or More Food Order
make the final plans for their (Makes 1 gallon)
pancake breakfast which will be 2% cups simple syrup
on Saturday, September 22. 3 pints cranberry juice HENDERSON'S PURE CANESUGAR
The Woman's Society of Christian 3 cups strained orange juice
Service will meet in' the 1% cups strained lemon juice 5POUHDBAe
3 cups carbonated water
Church building at 9:30 A.M. on 1 pint lemon sherbet,if desired 39'Limit
Thursday, September 13. Stir all ingredients until well ,
mixed,except for sherbet.Chill
Sp. 4 Beverly Haines returnedto thoroughly. Pour onto an ice
Fort Rucker in Alabama ring made in ring mold, Into "
One with $5.00 or more, food order
where she is stationed with the punch bowl. Garnish with
of sherbet.as .
U. S. Wac Corps, Saturday after scoops t ,
spending a, week with her parents part of the regular menu, especially No. 2 Comstock Sliced 21/2 Size Can Royal Purple
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Haines, at times when you're
480 Lambert 'Ave. Miss Haines looking for new mealtime interest. CM
will accompany the WAC, detachment Years of research have gone into Pie ApplesCAH1Size 19 PLUMS 29*
of Fort Rucker to Fort the making of the present day
Jackson, S. C., next week where yam to make it stringless as wellas .
to give it moist textile and cut
they will participate in a soft. down on the cooking time.
ball tournament. Spices with long, slow cooking 2J/2 Can Shurnne (Halves) 2l/z ,Size Can Shurfine Fruit 1'
gives-meats what is often termed
"old-fashioned" flavor because so 2 FOR
PATROLMEN SELECTED many cuts are prepared quickly PEARS 69* Cocktail "uw I
Patrolmen for this school year these days. Why not'fill the house FOR
have, been selected at the Flag- with savory cooking like Danish
meat balls which take'mace as a
ler Beach school, according to
spice and a succulent Swiss steak
W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal. made delicious with a bit of chili 12 oz. NibletCORN 303 Argo Whole GreenBEANS 1
Captain of the safety patrol isJohn I powder and a bay leaf or two? I
McDaniel; co-captain, Craig 5 FOR
Thomas, both from the sixth I 89 FgR 89 !
grade. Also from the sixth gradeare
Mildred Allison ,and Pam
Anderson. From the fifth gradeare I
Kenneth Whitney and Don t ive DoT I 2V2 Size Can Showboat 2/ Size Can Sunshine ;
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na Filkins. 1.. ":.. : TURNIP GREENS I
Pork Beans 189':
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FALL MEETING
Large Size Armour Star
The first fall meeting of the !
Flagler Woman's Club will be BOX
at !the clubhouse September 12, FAB 25FROZEN : *
at/2 o'clock P.M. 1
Prior to the meeting, there will
be a luncheon at the Red Roof I RIGHT,WHY
GOOSE sLEEPu5E FOODS FRESH
PRODUCE
Restaurant on AlA at 12:30. THE l-
:Mrs. Paul Kelly said reservations 6 oz. Seald SweetORAIIG Golden RipeBAIIANIS
must be in bjr September8th
and may be made by call- *
JUICE
6 for 99 Pound
ing Mrs. Esther Heydt. : 10

:Mr. and Mrs. Andy Andersonand .
children of Atlanta, Ga., AND 1T'SEcoNoM1CAl! 10 e,. BirdseyeSTRAWBERRIES,3for79o New Crop Red Delicious
visited here several days this 1

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AMBULANCE 12 oz. ''Sara Lee All Butter Fresh Tasty TokayGRAPES


.SERVICE ST.PHONE AUGUSTINE.VAlley FLORIDA 4-1625 E POUND CAKE, Each 69* 2 Pounds. 29


Never be hesitant about calling a Garda Ambulance. We

are always at your service with promptness. safety and jFLAGLER FOOD STORE
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Equipped With Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator i .
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Garcia Funeral Home .

4 P. E. GARCIA, Licensed Funeral Director
LADY ASSISTANT PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. SEPT. 6-7-8, 1962

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,| Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore- Poultry Institute sponsored by 1950 to 5,144,000 in 1961. During 1

I i i house and chidren of Jacksonville the Agricultural Extension Serv- this time, the average numberof

ti s II I visited during the past I ice and held at Camp McQuarriein eggs produced per hen has

, I I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. the Ocala National Forest. increased from 160 to 222 eggs

j' Ioody. They were vacationingat Some 170 poultrymen and per year.

Or the Flagler Beach Hotel for: dustry leaders attended, ,the in-I I
STERILE SATELLITES
the holiday weekend.
stitute where marketing consultants

and economists from Scientists build satellites under
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.: I Tommy Reese and Mrs. O. B. New York and Washington, D. C., sterile conditions that suggest .

.' I r' Green have returned (to their joined Florida's poultry leadersin a hospital operating room.
her blue
Walker Burns sage to compliment home here from Elwood, In.1, discussing every phase of the Before assembling the electronic
Lucille Walker
dress, and Miss i
The Oak Hill Baptist Church.was I aunt'of the bridegroom, Pine St., diana. They were called there,poultryman's problems from pro- messengers, they scrub hands
the scene of the marriageof the for the funeral of their sister in duction to marketing. like doctors and vacuum clean !
'Bunnell. Also attending
Miss Barbara Lou Burns and I wedding from Bunnell were Mrs.. law, Mrs. George Reese who According to Dr. Ralph A. their shoes. Even asmudy

Reddick Russell Walker Satur. ;J. B. High, Sr., Mrs. Daisy passed a\ ay August 23. i Eastwood, broiler prices will remain thumbprint on a vital part of

day, September 1, at ;4 P.M. I Buckles, Miss Gloria McArn, Mrs. Mrs. .-: i about the same, while egg a satellite could cause contamination

Mifs Burns is the daughter: of 'Ruth Watkins, and Mrs. J. U. Flossie Richardson is vis prices will be down moderatelyfrom and weaken its resistanceto

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Burns Barrow. sting,Jn Ft. Lauderdale with Mr. last year until this year's the hazards of space.

Oak Hill. Mr. Walker is the and Mrs. Bruce Took for three
Sr., new crop of pullets cease to
: After a short wedding trip, weeks.
of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon dominate
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production.
the couple will be at home at {
Lee Walker, New Smyrna Beach, in PETERSON 'TEXACO:
the Wesley Foundation House on "Efficiency poultry produc-
who were former residents of Woodlawn Blvd. in DeLand, Flo- Mrs. Beit'' Harding. returned tion is too rapid to permit pricesto SERVICE f
Bunnell and the grandson of home Tuesday'from the Glen-
rida, where they will be the carry to levels as high as ROAD SERVICE !
of Bunnell. dale where she received V
Walker
Mrs. Daisy Hospital -
I House Directors for the Wesley those 1 1960," Eastwood stated. ;
Mechanical Work'Phone
Light
Rev. J. Williford Joiner of Foundation. They will both be medical treatment' .for .several Florida's poultry industry has
437.3441 Bunnell
Moultrie, Ga., a great-uncle of I enrolled as students, at Stetson days.Predicts. .. grown from 2,189,000 hens in - - - -

the bridegroom, performed the university- where the bridegroom' I 3

double ring ceremony. He was I is a senior chemistry major and ..
assisted by the pastor of the the president of the senior class. Price for

Oak Hill Baptist Church, Rev.,I 24 HourWrecker I

Tommy Hammond. Miss Karen]1 I I ATTENDS' SHOWER- Turkey Will Be Service,

Hayes was the pianist. Mrs. Joe SEVILLE FOR

Kennard was the soloist. She I IIN MARTIN Higher This YearEggs

"Always" and "Because" I I
sang I I and that chicken dinneraren't FlaglerTractor Co.
preceding the ceremony and the Those from Bunnell who were ,
"Lord's Prayer" at the conclusion I|I Iin Seville Tuesday evening for going to cost you any

of it. the shower given for' brideelectAnn more during the coming months, MASSEY-FERGUSON

I Martin were Mrs. Johnny but you can expect to pay more Grove Farm Industrial Equipment
The bride was given in marriage
MercerMrs., Bertha Grimes Mrs. for your Thanksgiving and
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by her father. She worea VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242 '
Martha Mercer, Mrs. Gayle Mer- Christmas turkey.Florida's .
bouffant full length of
gown Owner Bunnell Florida
lace taffeta. The cer, Mrs. Clyde Lewis, and Mrs. poultrymen learned ,
Chantilly over Clarice Taylor. these facts.a.t. the 21st Annual .
lace bodice featured a scalloped ---
neckline and the sleeves cameto The marriage of Miss Martin

a point at the wrists. A crown, to;Paul Mercer, son of Mr. and ,

of tear drop perals held her el* Mrs. Johnny Mercer of Bunnell;

bow length veil. She carried a 1 will be an event of this monthin V

satin covered Bible given to her the Seville Methodist Church. :

by the church with a cascade ELECT :
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bouquet of 'white feather carna- SUSAN WENDY CREWSMr. ,
tions on top of it and centered "
and Mrs. James 'Crews of u. .y.'V
throated
with white ,
a yellow ,.; ; ., .
orchid. She wore pearls, gift of Bunnell are the parents of a 1i..1' : ,.';';: VV :",

the bridegroom.Mrs. Halifax daughter Hospital born August in 25 Daytona at the V : V : \;;;/A;:QUALIFIED STATE ATTORNEY"ELECT "

Jack Bellamy, Oak Hill, ; 'PL '
Beach. She weighed six poundsand ; .
sister of the bride, was matronof i;;f .) ,dl; '.if;( ,
eleven ounces and has been tt, r.,.; ,
honor and wore a short given the name. ,of Susan Wendy. -.".'......> ......:(..".",f.<._ '1.. .:, It.'-T' .I''' **,'*J*"*,,.!?"' t'. :. -
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over taffeta with a scoop neck :'i: <_ ; ; : , / i '

and featuring the same lines as LORI LOUISE McCORTMr.

the bridal gown. Her head piece >, : "' : I
and Mrs. George (Buck) : f';. 1I .
was fashioned from a circlet of :
McCort of Bunnell announce the
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arrival of a daughter born Au
a of white pompons
nosegay
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gust 31 at the Halifax Hospitalin

with yellow and tuberoses carnations.cemented Daytona Beach. She weighedsix -J.'R'OBERT (Bob) BURDEN

Bridal attendants were Miss pounds, three and a. half
ounces and has been given, the
Nancy Walker, New Smyrna
name of Lori Louise.
Beach, sister of the bridegroom;

Miss Harriet Hance, Carabelle,
Visiting in High Springs Monday -
cousin of the bride. Miss Janet with the Frank Clarks included Active in Criminal Law Practice for 12 Years.
Walker, New Smyrna Beach, sister
the L. D. Smiths and
of the bridegroom and Miss
daughter, Bonnie, Ruth Smith,
Becky Bellamy, Oak Hill niece and .the C. F. Smiths .and son : ,Presiding Judge of Daytona Beach Municipal Court i
of the bride, were the Junior _
the
Russell. Larry is home from ,
bridesmaids. They were all attired "
Navy JLor a few days. .. .
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Their were also identical -
nosegays and Mrs. Fred Geller and Mrs. t,
to her's. Miss Leslie .Bel- '. :. .'
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Ellen Lee were Mr. and Mrs. .
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lamny, Oak Hill, was the flower Lester Norris,_and sons of New :: 11. .:',. 'f' :, .. t.>' "
girl. She wore a floor length t"I
Smyrna: Beach. y "
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gown of white organza over taffeta '
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and a yellow headpiece j .T r r.p.Ff ;" : 10 ",1.
; Mr. and Mrs. M. B. McDaniel, ,. ,'It.,. ,
She carried basket filled with '
a Mrs. J. C. Hall, Sr.,' and A. M. ,. '. ,1'.a \
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rose petals which she spread on .
McDaniel spent Friday in Ocala ,j.
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the 'before the bride. I
carpet
,visiting with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. ft' ; -

son's Gordon best:man.L. Walker The ushers was were his :Shelton.Mr. .A "man who' will I fearlessly uphold the laws of'thestate; .. 1.
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William F. Burns, Jr.. Oak Hill, '.* ;* I

brother of the bride, and Roger and Mrs. H. C. Hendersonof -- :'
A man who will vigorously all offenders '
of
Lynn, Moultrie, Ga., cousin of Macon, Ga., vacationed at the ., prosecute these ;

the bridegroom. The junior ush Flagler Beach Hotel last week.
., .
ers were Emerson Annis, Jr., Mr. Henderson is a former resident I
I I laws. A who will the rights of the with
Gainesville, Fla., and Percy W.Hawes ..I of Flagler County and they . man, protect innocent I jequal
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,,Jr:, Jacksonville. cousinsof have vacationed at 'the beach Vf ''\.J Q- I
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Bridegroom. several summers in the past. t
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ding at the VIA Hall. The Bunnell during the week. ;
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white linen hand embroidered Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis and : i n '
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the three-tiered wedding. cake with her mother, Mrs. Ellen Lee,' '

topped by a miniature_bride and and the Geller family duringthe ','. ,r. T J; :

groom. Those assisting were holiday weekend. > j j.i


t Mary:Miss Diane Lou Johns Alexander,' Miss, Dana Miss After a visit here with Dr. and t. . J. ROBERT (Bob) DURDEN j

Baldwin, 'Mrs. W. S. Settle, and Mrs. Allen Reynolds and family,.i, : .i -,

:Miss Anita Wheeler. Miss Karen :Mrs. Nettie Lambert and Mr. ; \

Carmicheal kept the bride's and Mrs. Buddy Anderson and, .-_ : !
book. children have returned to their H : SEPT- 11th
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Among the-out of town guests homes in New Iberia, La. Mrs. .

were Mrs. Daisy Walker, the Lambert is Mrs. Reynolds' mother -

bridegroom's grandmother who. and Mrs Anderson is her sis-j .....-..:.....=. .... Paid Pol. Adv.11II .
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Thursday, Sept. 6, 1962 THE gLAGLEB TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE SEVENWANTA18 I

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, I in sewage sludge, are used ex J REQUEST FOR BIDS
Fertilizer Use Notice is
CONSERVATION hereby given that the
tensively. j-: Board of County Commissioners"I
will receive sealed bids .
until 7:30 ,
: I Florida Doubles in P. M. September 2Sth. 196%. in the
iirwo By s Duty is what one expects from office of the Clerk of the Circuit .
i Court In Flagler
County
Listings under tUrn beadta are Court
others-it is not what does
one house. Bunnell. Florida for the fol-
3 cents 9r. word eaefc lasertimt* Tilmon W. RobinsonA Past Ten YearsThe lowing:
. 75 eeata, la Mlnlmmni charge. oneself.cIUton Fadiman ;
1 % Ton Pickup Truck 6 or '
FOR RENT OH SALE-3 bedroom Watershed Project in Sum- use of fertilizers and soil NOTICE $ cylinder: engine standard cab

block house, corner lot with ter County, similar to the proposed additives in Florda has come Notice Is' hereby given that pur- and tubeless equipment tires on but rear.6.70 x 15. 6-ply

1 water softener, near school, excellent ,Haw Creek Watershed in close to doubling during the past onded suant to and motion carried duly by made the Boardof sec- reject The Board any and reserves all bids.the right to. ... .

condition. Call ID 7-3206, Flagler County, has been authorized ten years, the Florida State County Commissioners of Flag- Dated at Bunnell Florida this'/;*
I ler County, Florida, at a Regular 4th day of September U6%. -.
Bette McDaniel Bunnell. 9.6-lte for construction by Sec Chamber of Commerce reports. Meeting of said Board held on the
JOHN A. CLEGG Chairman-
3rd day of September. A- D. 1962.
L.::
retary of Agriculture Orville "Florida farmers of all types,' Inspectors and Clerks of each Elec- Board of County Commissioners -

FOR RENT one bedroom fur- : Freeman with the approval of tion District or Precinct In Flag-
ranchers, nurserymen and public I ler County. Florida were appointedand ATTEST: E. A. SMYTHE Clerk.
ished apartments with garage. the U. S. Senate and House Com- and private gardeners and voting or polling' places for Sept. 6-13-2tc' '
'r' ; each Election District or Precinctin
Corner Main Street and Highway; mittee on Agriculture.The turf maintainers used more than j Flagler County. Florida were NOTICE: OF ELECTION /

AlA. Flagler Beach, ,$40.00 Per South Sumter Watershed designated for' the Special Primary Be It known that I. Toni Adams
J 2.2 million' tons of fertilizers and ; Election to be held on Tuesday Secretary of State of, the State of .:
Month Phone HE 92229. Is sponsored by the Sumter Soil fertilizer\, materials during thefiscal the 11th day of September. A. D. Florida do hereby give notice that
19(2. the said Board of County
ELECTION will be
6-4tc a GENERAL
Sept. Conservation District and the I year ending last July; 1.1 Commissioners of Flagler County held In Flagler County, State of
I Sumter County Recreation and Florida having appointed the following Florida on Tuesday next succeedIng .J
t- FOR SALE-25' Chris Craft I Consumption! has stepped up | named persons as Inspectors the first Monday In November

rt Cruiser, 115 h. p. Chrysler mal Water Conservation and Control each year with the exception of having and designated Clerks respectively the following and A. D., 1962. the said Tuesday being

rine engine. Sleeps three, head,I Authority. The 54,700 acre watershed a slight drop in 1958. voting or polling places for said theSIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER

installation will give Election. For United States Senator from '
ideal for offshore fishing ort I "Florida has stood at .
' < or near Precinct No. 1 the State of'Florida.tv. *'

cruising, perfect condition.: $1,375. flood control, watershed protection I the top of all the states in fertilizer Bunnell. Flagler County Florida. For Representative In Congress
Vote In the County CommissionersRoom
and water for the Eighth Congressional Die:
management
Charlie Rockett, Fishermen's Inn, I( consumption for years in Flagler County Court- tract '
I 9 .6tc benefits to 200 farmers and house at Bunnell.. Flagler County For Two (2) Justices of the Supreme -- ,
Flagle Beach. and is the number one state in
, Florida. '"
. ranchers living'I hlr the Watershed ) Court. ,
I the manufacture of fertilizers. Pearl Woods. Flossie Richardson IsabeiBarrow. For Judge of the District Courtof
boundaries. It will also Geneva Rodgers. Inspectors; Appeal for the First Appellate
p FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished
1 The presence of raw materials Clerk. District: ' *
house in Bunnell 1 block rive flood control benefits 'to the Precinct No. 2 '
J Within the state, as well .as the Flagler Beach Flagler County For one Circuit Judge of the
'Call ID 73353. tOwn of Bushnell, whose'outly- Florida. Vote in the Beach Seventh Judicial Circuit.
from school. large market, is responsible for Flagler For Two ,(2) Railroad and Public -; ' I
haw within the last I Recreation Center. Flagler Beach
9-6-ltp: rig areas Utilities Commissioners.For .
this prime position. Florida.
t few be i inundated by Myrtle Cash Mildred Landers one Member' of the House,
years, of '
I "The fertilizer use pattern Ida[ L. Lerch. Inspectors; Flossie Representatives. "
A
COULD) THIS BE YOU? per-
I frequent floods.:Water conserva- 'within Haines Clerk. For 2 Members of the Board of
son looking for Just the right opportunity tion and H the state has undergone Precinct No. 3 County Commissioners. ::
water
management For 3 Members of the Board of
Haw
changes in recent as urban Creek. Flagler County
years
?, A connection, with a Public Instruction. '
measures ,will also reduce the Florida. Vote in Community Hall.
growth pushed agricultural Haw Creek. For Clerk of the Circuit Court.
National Real Estate organization
damaging effects of severe activities into other At Dorris C. Tucker. Mae Keifer For Tax Collector.'
who would back. you, coach droughts such Central Florida areas. Nazhla J. Trad. Inspectors; Taudy For Commissioner of the Florida I
as '-
Inland Navigation District.
Clerk.
the same time, expansion of Bowden.
you, teach you the business, advertise experienced last fall and ,springof Precinct No. 3-A For Judge of the Small Claims
acreages planted to citrus, sugar Florida. Court.
for furnish you all Korona Flagler County.
,
you this year. Vote In Church Hall. Korona. In Testimony Whereof. I
and flowers for
necessary material? We need cane example, I Ruth Mikulka Sophie Smigielski have hereunto set my
/' "This is the ninth small wa- has extended other areas. Antoinette Slovak Inspectors, Imo- hand and affixed the
someone in your community. A tershed authorized to date for gene Strickland. clerk.Precinct; (SEAL) Great Seal of the Stateof
man a lady or man &wife team. Polk county still ranks as the I No. 4 Florida, at Tallahassee -
I operation in ''Florida," said J.W. largest consumer with the use Vote in St. Johns Park Community the Capital this the
tike to talk it over with our Hall. St. Johns Park. Flagler 6th day of August. 1962.
him Hammett, State Conservationistfor of 226,000 tons of fertilizers and County. Florida. TOM ADAMSSECRETARY
State Manager? Drop a
Gertrude B. Ramsey Virginia P.
the Soil Conservation Service. OF STATE
short letter about yourself: Ask allied materials ,last year.' Lake Holt Jo Ann Crews Inspectors: .Aug. '16-:3-30 & Sept. 6-4tc .
These nine small watershedswill virtually matched this Eva R. Wiser Clerk.
I t him to visit you and answer any county Precinct No.''4-A STATE OF FLORIDA
have. Write give direct benefits of flood total. Orange, Palm Beach and Vote in Masonic Hall Bunnell. OFFICE. SECRETARY } SS
questions
may ; '
you
t: control watershed protectionand Flagler County. Florida. OF* STATE I
Hillsborough, using from 150,999to Jennie R. Green. Amorette D.
Davis State
K. Manager
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Ej
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KNOW YE. that I, TOM ADAMS.
water management to more Wells Margaret Harding Inspec-
Strout Realty, 629% East Broadway 118,000'tons each, were the tors: Grace Way Clerk. ;, Secretary of State of the State of
f than one-half million acres of three other top consumers. Precinct No. 5 Florida do hereby give notice that
J Ocala, Florida. A real opportunity land." Vote in Community Hall Espanola. Special Primary Elections will be

for someone. I "From 75 to 80 per cent of the Flagler County. Florida. held in Flagler County on Tuesday.
t Total construction cost iOf In- Lucile Cobb. Celia Joyce Emery. September 11. 1962 and if neces-
, Sept. 6.13-2tc mixed fertilizers used in the Mauice McKenny Inspectors; Agnes sary a second Special Primary .
stallation of the South Sumter West Clerk. Election on Tuesday. September 25.
state is made in Florida plants.In .
Watershed is estimated to be Precinct No. 5A 1962 for the purpose of selecting
J A WATKINS ROUTE in this area addition, such materials as Vote In Johnson Building AlA nominees of recognized political

is available for ambitious, man $712 thousand. Of this total, Highway. Marineland Flagler parties to become candidates in
nitrates calcium
phosphates, Florida. the
County general election on November
t (or lady) 35 to 65. Earn $97.50 $616 thousand will be paid by compounds and vegetable and Delores Schatz Margaret Col- 6. 1962 for the office of State Attorney -

l per week, or more. Car and refserences Federal funds and $95 thousandby animal by-products, including lings.Coley Blanche Mitchell.Andreas.Clerk. Inspectors' ; ] Flagler, County.Seventh Judicial Circuit,

necessary. For personal local people 'and interests. By order of the Board of County _IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF I
Commissioners of Flagler County. I have hereunto set hand and
my
Interview 'in your area, write The1*Sumter. County Recreationand Florida in.regular meeting at Bun-,! caused the Great Seal of the State

Watkins Fieldman, 659 West Water Conservation and PAL PARKER'S S., INC. nell Flagler County. Florida this of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee -
3rd day of September, A.D. 1962.
pjeachtree St, NE, Atlanta, GalSept Control Authority has the contracting Automotive Specialty Center JOHN A. CLEGG Chairman of teenth day, the of Capital August, this A. D.the 1962.Fit

BRAKES RETAINED S15.O3 the Board of County Commis- (SEAL) TOM ADAMS.
for all
6-4tc authority con- PARTS AND LABOR sioners of Flagler' County Secretary of State.

struction. Authorized construc- PORDCIIEVROLETPLYMONTHOTHERS Florida Aug. 23-30 & Sept. 6-3tc
FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We 10.9:) Attest and County Com-
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tion includes 47 miles of chan- commissioner Seal Affixed: I

will fill your tank, or we will nel improvement, 14 drop spill- 540 Mason Ave. Daytona E. A.County SMYTHE.Commissioners Clerk Boardof IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT.IN SEVENTH AND-

furnish with tank. Call FOR TIlE COUNTY OF FLAGLI< It.I .
a Florida.
you of Flagler County
and two water
ways conservation STATE OF .FLORIDA IN CHANC
Harris Appliance &- Gas. Co. at structures: REQUEST FOR BIOS Sept. 6-ltc I ERY. CASE NO. 45O4

j ID; 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF DOROTHY MAE ROBERTS
The water conservation'struc- Notice is hereby given that the KLAOL.EU COUNTY, FLORIDA, Plaintiff
Board of County Commissionerswill I .
Aug. 30tfcWANTEDBy tures planned, called "Fabri- rceiVe sealed bids until 7:30P. IN CHANCERY' NO. 4406 EARLIESTV9ROBERTS.Defendant. ': .

dams are unique in that the M.. September 28, 196%. In the office MICHAEL MONTECALVO. .
,
reliable private of the Clerk of the Circuit Plaintiff NOTICE TO AEPPEAK
I "dam" consists of a flexible tube Court in Flagler County Courthouse vs. THE STATE OK FLORIDA.TO1
,party, an acre of land or slightlyless Bunnell. Florida for the following MARY LANDOLFI MONTECALVO. i EARLIEST ROBERTS

on which to build a1 retire- placed across the channel. This : NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant. c/o Mamie Roberts
tube is inflated with water and Approximately 5,000 bags Port- R. F. D. No.1.
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ,
I ment home. Must be in good Kingsland Georgia. '
land
1 J' Cement. Type I. Price to be LANDOLFI
MARY MONTECALVOco
I automatically deflated by a siphon FOB Job location. Flagler County. YOU AHE HERBEY NOTIFIED
location good water not on New Jersey State Hospital
that
Florida. Delivery as required.The a suit for divorce has been
f when flood waters
system Trenton, New Jersey
. ocean. Reply Tribune Box FF, Board reserves the right to filed against you In the above entitled -
You notified that
are-'hereby
I reach ;a 'predetermined height. reject any and all bids. a cause and you are hereby
has been filed in
, Bunnell. tfc Dated at Bunnell. Florida this suit against you required to serve upon Plaintiffs
Only one other such installationhas 4th day of September. 1962. the"above entitled cause; and you Attorney whose name and address J

f WANTED-Bulk (L. P. Gas) cus- been 'made in Florida. JOHN A. CLEGG Chairman are hereby with the required Clerk to of file this your Court.answer appear, if hereon any. .to your the Complaint written defense in-

tomers. Call Harris Appliance & The U.S. Soil Conservation Board of County Com- and! to serve a copy thereof upon said suit on or before the 27th
t missioners '
the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney, day of September 1962, else decree I
f Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. i administers Public Law 566 and ATTEST, : whose name and address is: pro confesao will be entered
E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk
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Aug 30=tfc II furnishes all plansand specifications Sept. 6-13-tc Selden Ray Selden Building against you.WITNESS my hand and seal of

for the installation and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Daytona Beach. Floridanot said Court this 23rd day of August ..
I FOR SALE--30 foot house trailer, later than September 13th A. D. 1962.SEAL '
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMEIn *
supervision of construction. The 1962. ( ) E. A. SMYTHE r-/ "
Masonite. Call ID 73410. compliance with House Bill Clerk .
project is estimated to return No. 1175. Chapter 20953. Laws of If you Jail to do so. decree pro 'v. L. WADSWORTH of, said. Court,
6-21--tt Florida. Acts of 1941 as' amended confesso will be entered againstyou P. O. Box 396. .
$.25 in benefits for each dollar '
the undersigned will register with for the relief demanded in the Bunnell Florida ,
r expended."The the Clerk of the Circuit Court in bill of complaint. The nature of Attorney for Plaintiff :"* '
r SEPTIC TANK-cleaning reason- and for Flagler County. Florida, said suit being for divorce. Aug. 30 & Sept. 6-13-2O---ttc ?,
able rates. George Jarosz phone Soil Conservation Service upon receipt of proof of publicationof WITNESS my hand and seal of
will also furnish additional this notice the following fic- said Court this 9th day of AugustA. REQUEST FOR BIDS
ID 7-3410 5.17 11.17-paid titious name: D. 1962.Official Sealed bids will be received'In
technical assistance to the water- SHELTONS GROCERY ( Seal) T:. A. SMYTHE the offlcq of the City Clerk of the
located at Bunnell. Florida under Clerk of said Circuit Court City of1 Bunnell.
Florida in the
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICEOn shed area in, order to provide which '
we are engaged In the business By Julia R. Harvey Civic Center Building on or before
TV, Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing stepped-up soil and water conservation of selling groceries and meatsat Deputy Clerk 12:00 o'clock noon on the 17th day
retail and that the undersignedare Aug. 16-23-30 & Sept. 6-4tc of September A. D. 196%. for one
f Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and planning and application the only persons interested In new 1963 2-ton truck, cab \

. all small appliances. All work on farms and ranches. We said Dated business.at Bunnell. Florida, this FLAGLER IN TilT CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT FLORIDA.OF chassis Stations:with the following spec. ;

f i' guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, are doing this so that every 30th day JOHN of August.A. CLEGG A. D. 196%.' IN CHANCERY NO. 45O3 Wheelbase minimum 153", maximum
EVELYN HINTON RYAN. 157".
50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven farmer, rancher or other land- DEWAYNB METTS Plaintiffvs. 150 h. p. 6 cylinder engine. *;
t Sept. 6-13-20-7-4tc* 4 I
- owner within the watershed speed transmission. 5.
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677 2 speed axle '
WALTER JAMES RYA.1I.1.DetendanL
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. 4414. ? May 17-tfc construction," Hamett said. Right and left West Coast mir

mltr 3tfagtr Qlrlhunr NOTICE TO DEFEND rors.Turn signals. t'fl
Ocean housekeeping apart- THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: 4 lamp flasher. S
WALTER JAMES
RYAN
ments, 1 and 2 bedrooms com- I BUNNELL FLORIDA 31 Tyrell Avenue all 8.25 arbund x 20 10.ply tube type tlrea'

I pete with linens and, n., Ul1ues. TV SERVICE You Trenton are hereby New notified Jersey that a springs.Heavy dUty front and rear'-.

Sun deck; fishing, swimming, MRS. M.B. suit has been filed against you In Helper springs. f J' 7&
FULLER. Editor
the above entitled
ALL MAKES cause; and you trade- allowance
loafing.. Day, week or month. ;> are hereby required to file your an- ton Do4ge tSlclc' Y8 engine 5 and

t\ Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. Agent For swer with the Clerk of this Court. transferring body from Dodge to
Desig.ated Official .Publication and to serve a copy thereof upon new truck to be considered in bid-
HE 9.2082 7-6tf the plaintiff or plaintiffs attorney. ding.
i RCA & PHILCOTUBES for Public Notice of Flakier whose name and address is: dicating to--be FOB Bunnell date.
Ray Selden
< X"NX NX" S/'"> X >S County, Municipalities therein approximate delivery

JOHNSTOFSFLAGLER & ANTENNAS SOLD and the State of Florida Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot themeCityI Commissioners. Bu pelf,

AND INSTALLED later than September 20th A. D. Florida marked "Bid for 1963 2-
: BEACH REALTY CO. 1962. ton truck." The City Commission
.r" If, you fall to do so. decree era reserve the right to reject
Entered as second class matter pro any
OCEAN FRONT TUBES TESTED FREE I and all bids and
LOTS HOMES, confesso will be entered againstyou I to waive any Informalities -
WATER FRONr FARMS. February C. 1913. at the 1>postoffice for the relief demanded in the In bidding, and also to .
bill of complaint. The nature of m nt twillebe the ..
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ACREAGESee at Bunnell. Florida under act of said suit being for divorce. tor besItsnterest

TV Bob March 3. 1876. WITNESS my hand and seal of ot the City of Bunnell, Florida. ,
us for year real estate needsOffice Bald Court this 21st dayOmcial of August thisWITNESS day*
%ltb otAuguatAii1
Phone HE 9-2242 A. D. 196%. if 62.

Residence Phones ID 7-3691 FLAGLER BEACH One year ,. 'UO I I ( Clerk Seal) of E.said A. Circuit SMYTHE Court C.i.R Eisenbach.. Mayor r;

or',ID 7-3517 PRONE HE 9-2204 Six months __ |L2S By Julia R. Harvey ATTEST? f Bunne11' Florida. T-.

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= Deputy Clerk. Nancy C. Rodgers. City Clerk.
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.. EIGHT THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday,, Sept. 6, 1962 \
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American Showboat I II II II I I[i; In Pittsburgh a burly steel- to grief in fire, flood, ice, or on I i fact, an old river adage: "Un-
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worker leaped onto the stage, hidden snags. Few entrepreneursmade less you want to go broke too I

' Into f7i rfiy ,/1 grabbed the villain, and tossed fortunes. There was, in I slowly, buy two shoboats.*
Passed
yry
:: Has Now him overboard. A Kentucky ,

farmer could not be dissuaded I '

L Theatrical Valhalia ,from passing through the audience j A

',- j I to take up a collection for
The flaming death of the old
r' I the destitute wife (sobbing onstage ,i '
; Goldenrod adds a nostalgic footnote i -: .. -l
, ) of a gambler. .J
to the wonderfully brassy I
.
, ''era of the showboat. 3: f:. Showboat actors may have YOU'RE . ,,_ ..,' '
, known nothing of The Method,
has passed, actually THE '_'aJUDGE'
generation but methods they had in abund- 0 ': :1"
American river
since Jia"' R towns rang with the shrill cry, f1 : J
5
4 4 of "Kentucky Sue" contrived a
"Here comesthe showboat!" t5c-.. & ".
memorable death scene for him- '. .
Since the calliope screeched: :and self: He managed to fall partly 1ri

crowds tripped down' to the landing into the wings with only his ; :
rich immortal offer-
to see ,
legs showing so he could play
ings as, ."Lure of the City"" and cRax. his own requiem on the violin. 'I
. 'Ten Nights in a Barroom.
A gunman thought nothing of _

When fire recently destroyedthe shouting "Bang! Bang! Bang!" .

Goldenrod, it had been be- if the offstage sound-effects man M
fye+ t And . fair trial The facts . .
other- given a are you get -
calmed in St Louis since 1937. 'k G.., was dozing, fishing, or
M The Majestic had left the Ohio :!' wise off cue.Performance we know that you will agree QUALITY MERCHANDISE, '. \

River, having been bought by at Sea with hundreds of !local citiFAIR PRICES, DEPENDABLE*** 'I
With time out for the Civil zens who have weighed the
Indiana University as a summer 1 SERVJCE .GUARANJEED SATr.
theater for its drama students.! I War, showboats plied Mid-West evidence and many ,tames.ISFACTION. *.l
Virtually all other old-time I waterways well into the 20th come to the same verdicts

, showboats are gone. I century. The James Adams It's wise to shop at home. Consider these facts.

!i Floating Theater, visited by Edna And . .. we don mean Weigh the evidence. You
I The floating theater was a Ferber in :1924 before she just for something called may get one or two, of these

r long time dying out, however, ' I wrote her novel "Show Boat," community "loyalty." The considerations, elsewhere- -

' says the National Geographic I BENDING IN THE BREEZE played the Albemarle and Ches case is much more conclu but only when you trade locally
. Lovely Adrienne Bourbeau
: Society. It was pure Americana,I poses at Miami Beach, Fla., I apeake regions. sive. Just ask anyone who with people you know,; ?

born of the frontier. After people where the girls, and the palm Only one showboat ever wentto buys regularly from local can you expect all four.. .
t I
, of the hinterlands defectedto trees, move gently with the sea. The Hipodrome was wal- merchants What's your verdict? '.'
Hollywood's silent films, a winds. lowing from the MississippiSound

few sentimentalists' tried to keep -- to Mobile Bay when it .

I showboats going.TrogedY By 1836, the prospering family got caught in a storm that ragedfor

was able to buy a steamboat 20 hours. The captain said
-
fe TravestyIt Home owa sake!
which could return upstream he'd never seen such a praying Trade flf )
was a losing battle. :Modern under its own power and ven- bunch of actors. and) eommanlly progress. ,

audiences would accept only a i ture into tributaries such as the.: To present-day theater lovers, :
,
travesty of the showboat's once Wabash, the Tennessee, and Y the word "showboat" evokes
serious and staple fare -mortgages -I k
I zoo. scenes of gingerbread scrollworkand \
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& mustachioed villians, red plush. of candles flickering -
blue-eyed heroes, and unblemished Ghost in Spectacles as footlights, of magnolia- ..:-

ingenues who ever faced It was perhaps prophetic of scented towns and wharves piled .. I
but never quite had to endurea .
SUPER FLOOR
showboat drama's future when I high with cotton bales. ,
fate worse than death. William Chapman, depicting the But showboat life probablywas \ L I\R'f
REVoIRTtU HEAT OUTLETS
Oddly, this uniquely American
I I IMEW
, Ghost in "Hamlet, came on- never very glamorous.
form of entertainment was stage wearing his spectaclesas Quarters were crowded and systEM Of OhQ//4-sklesl ,
British theatrical
founded by a
well as armor. His forgetfulness damp. Many a showboat came
, family-the Chapmans. Earlier, HEAt\NGl\ ,1
set off roars of laughter. Gf\S
, Noah Ludlow and his troupe I I

had meandered down the Mississippi Frontier audiences were treat Library Club NewsThe ;. r..
it
but. there is no evidence ed to a surprising amount of '' E. ; {

they ever gave a performance Shakespeare. Actors were then Bunnell High School Li L; I .
meeting }' Y a Y'w S. %ydrE. 0+S Y '
brary Club had its first : _ _
i less than
aboard their makeshift, Noah's regarded as something
pillars of society, so they often for the year Wednesday at

. Ark.London's William Chapman included the Bard to give them- a luncheon in the school" cafe- L
, teria. Attending were 19 members
selves air of .
came to the United States in an respectability.While
and the Mrs.
sponsor
. 1827. He was an actor of stature, the Chapmans were
Jeanne Cannon.
who had played with the luminous skilled professionals, other show- .
f' Mrs. Siddons at Covent Gar boat troupes' had a more difficult This year's members include: t ; ti.f

den. In Pittsburgh, a boat time with the classics. Billy Sue Cobb, Carolyn Harris, Char- 'd'YN .yA.'y. __ ,

f F building center Chapman and Bryant, one-time showboat kingof lie Bratcher, Dean Peterson,

J; his family became interested In the Ohio, remarked, ."It's an Steve Neely, Lorraine Wyndham,
. the use of river boats to bring awful thing to talk for two Mike Cook, Randy Morris, Brice

?!A' live theater to frontier .towns hours and know not the true Hosford, Flynn Edmonson, Jan

' on. waterways. They bought a meaning of one ,blessed thing ice Lovelace, :Mary Brown, Linda

, barge and embarked on a July you have said." He added, that Harris Marsha Durrance, Bruce
':' evening in 1831. the spectators looked "as if they Eberhardinger, Sandy Gumble.

,"I The Chapmans drifted down had been gassed or something." Kent Holland, and Jack Abbott.

: the Ohio and Mississippi In "Hamlet," in consequence, underwent -
t ,
::.. summer and autumn, playing considerable rewritingon This year's membership has T< :
been limited to 20 so there is only
Tf. '- one night stands at landings American showboats.A
one space left to fill. First come,
4 wherever an audience might favorite version concluded )
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,t'. gather. The price of a ticket was with all the Danes dead and first served.

".. .50 cents (preferably), a peck of at rest in Ophelia's grave. A Pins are being ordered and

potatoes, :two gallons offruit, or : latter-day version of "Hamlet" the club is in full swing. They .
& side of bacon. On reaching I featured such extraneous charac- will be guided by our five senior newSIEEiLER ,
-g
officers Brice Hosford the versatile,
: president;
rot New Orleans the Chapmans ters as "Harry the Bug" and
w would sell the boat, make their "Red Light Annie." Dean Peterson, vice president;

., way back to Pittsburgh, and acquire }Melodrama proved to be the Gloria Harding, secretary; Flynn S
: another for the coming best medium for showboats, and Edmonson, treasurer; Mike Cook,

. season: early audiences took it serious- parliamentarian.It Mark III
%
is hoped that we can make
- -- this club and better
;' year's bigger
K than last year. Wish us luck. SYSTEM
'2 HEATING
FOR Lorraine Wyndham, GAS .

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