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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: September 13, 1962
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VOLUME 50, NO.. 36 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1962 :$2.50 A YEAR ,
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'Election Day, voters will be
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t > its wording by phrases,
Front row, left to right-Billy Cauley, Chuck Hodges, Howard, Bowers, Leonard Buo o, Fred Harris, sentences l paragraphs to arrive -

., Jack Knight, Mike Hornsby. Center, left to right-Levi Brannam, Jim Brown, ,Tom McDaniel, Micky I at some kind of analysis.' !!
Amendment No. 1 pertains to
David Brown Kent Holland. Back Kuleski Tom Polk Bebe Robert
- 'Ramsey, row-Harry Moody, the new apportionment formula

,Abbott, Randy Morris, Dean Peterson, 'Brice Hosford, Flynn Edmon. (Photo, by Theo Hein) adopted by the 1962 legislatureand
approved by the federal
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Driveppelis . I Is No. 2 deals with several counties 'i

Hospital..5to.c.k sk Magazine" . Flagler County I Dan Warren ,seeking permission to vote J
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Today*TJy*' '! One of Leaders in ,upon whether to elect or appoint 1

. Now For Sale I I Nominated, for their county superintendents, .

f iS: To The Public The Junior Glass Pulp ProductionPulpwood State AttorneyState and change after back.a trial if not satisfied

The Junior Class of Bunnell production in FlorIda No. 3 has to do with methodof

High School is :sponsoring a increased eight per cent Attorney Dan Warrenwas impeachment of officers.
and \
Flagler Clinic Hospital magazine drive which officially last year over the year before. No. 4 concern only Pasco '
of December I nominated to run in the

a family corporation as opens this afternoon. county which wants to try civil
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1960, is ,now offering Statistics compiled by the u.s.I general election this year for the in I
class will sell subscriptions cases branch court houses.No.
., 49 per cent of the 5,000 sharesto The to leading magazines and i ithp Forest Service, In cooperationwith two-year unexpired term as 5 is concerned with this I'
the general, public at the par the Southern Pulpwood state attorney in the Seventh
in Duval of state
setup county
:.' 'Dr ohn M..Ca ,T.. roceeds, will, ;be used..for.:. Conservation ,showed : Tuesday. I
value-of $100, ; ;act1 f 11eI 1f tt ohn'"" Association Judicial-.., '.. Circuit.- attorney his assistants,solicitors'
6 nakaris hospital"owner;. said to? : lorida'pulpwood t"1 production .He 'won out with the small and investigators.No. .
ston said today. '
I during 1961 totaled 2,058,749 plurality of 346 votes in the four .
day.He Reed Saunders of the Curtis I 6 would give the legislature
said 245 shares had been I Publishing Co. will meet, with standard cords. Of this volume county race over. Daytona Beach permission to provide a circuit j
of the hos- 95 per cent was pine, the remaIning
offered to employees the class members at 1:45,in the City Judge Robert Durden. judge for every 50,000 in
pital and that "it had been over five per cent, hardwood. Warren state habitants major fraction
cafeteria to complete last mIn- was appointed or o*
of the shares, Florida counties leading in I I
subscribed. Many ute plans for the drive.Byron attorney by Gov. Farris. Bryant. that number.No. .
he said were bought on a pay-I Hinson and Mary Broadawayare pulpwood harvestlngduring the when State Attorney Billy Judge I 7 concerns the Preamble

roll deduction plan. i class sponsors. year were Baker, Bradford, Clay, resigned last April. The campaign I to the State Constitution, and apparently
At meeting held Tuesday: Columbia, Duval, Escambia
a clarifies its
meaning.
Committee in charge of the I
was short with only
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afternoon, the board of directors : Flagler, Hamilton, Marion, Nassau No. 8 for the
drive are Gail Wadsworth, Gloria I provides fixing
about two weeks of campaIgn.
I Putnam, St. Johns, Santa
for sale the stock
voted to offer boundary line of the State of
Moore and Sharon Town-
ing time before the special primary -I
of the stock Rosa, Taylor and 'Volusla-each
prospectus
and a Florida in the northwest sectionof
send. All 42 members of :the
I with 50,000 or more cords. election.In I
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may be secured at the hospital class will participate in the the state.
Dr. CanakariS said. drive. Top three counties in production Flagler county 401 voters No. 9 would define ,the power
were Nassau with turned out for the balloting;
106,581
He added that\when the stockis of thethree separate branches i
sold a new board of directors cords, St. Johns with 98,180 cords give Durden 213 votes and Warren of state government. :
and principal officers will be :Flagler Legion I and Hamilton with 97,482. 188.V.F.W..

elected. He will hold 5i-per centof Statewide harvesting of hard. It's That Time Again
the total shares. Post To Meet wood for pulp was less than half I I
I the 1960 production of 233,102 Auiliary Occupational LicenseState I

F. F. A. CHAPTER Monday NightThe cords.In .
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addition to the pulpwood District Presi.dent and county occupational
EXPRESSES THANKS Flagler Post 115 of the harvested in Florida, another 1- I licenses, including state any

FOR NEW TRACTORThe American Legion will meet at 600,000 cords of pulpwood were Will Visit, Here county beverage licenses, arc I
8 o'clock on September 17 at the imported from adjoining states. I on sale at the office of Tax Col
Future Farmers of America Bunnell Civic Center. This made Florida mills' total ',The District President of the lector Dale Brown, Jr., at the

Chapter of Bunnell wants to Vice 'Commander .Mrs.> Victor output of pulp rank third amongall Auxiliary to the Veterans of court house.. I
.' thank the superintendent of pub Buckles said Commander Duane the states in the nation. Foreign Wars Post will meet Mr. Brown said a state and
lic instruction and members of with the local,ladies tonight for
Deen has resigned and has Throughout the South there county license is required onal. :
the school board for the new turned the, duties of the commander are. 81 pulp mills with a daily her official visit, President Clar- vending machines in the county I
tractor purchased for the agri- over to her. She is urging capacity of 51,156 tons. Ten of ice Taylor said today. The'meet and those licenses may also bo

cuture department, all members. to attend this I these are located in Florida.In ing will be at 8 o'clock at the purchased at his office.

"We also want to thank ,Mr. meeting. \ the southern states during Bunnell. Civic Center. He is also reminding thos

Virgil Decker, local Massey Fer- 'Plans for various activities for 1961, only one new-,pulp mill Those attending the district who purchase beverage licenses
I gunson dealer for the interesthe the year will be made at this went into operation, accordingto meeting in Orlando Saturday that they must have the.1t'
has shown and the cooperation said. night were Mrs. Dorothy Barber, stet
meeting, she the production report. In the license number before: the : I
he has given us," members Mrs. Clarice Taylor, and Mrs.
past five years, however, plant and county license sari .be'is i
of the said. Madge Johnston. Mrs. Taylor accepted -
chapter sued. i
J. B. HIGH CALLS capacity in the South has increased .'
"We appreciate the help several an award for 100 per cent .
V by one-third. The I960-,
of the farmers of the community MOTHER FROM membership by the local organization
61 'Increase in plant capacitywas
has given the chapterby HONG KONGMrs. ) They also received a gift :Dentist SpeaksTo :
the smallest :
in single "
lending us equipment We + any from the district.
certainly are proud of .the trac J. B. High received telephone / year since 1946. Going,.with them and attend I I Lions Club !

tor. We have already begun. to call from her son J. B: ing the: VFW meetingwere Dr. Frank Young, dentist fo.* !

prepare the land for planting." High, Jr.. about 5:30 Sunday Ernest Taylor and Richard Pale- the Flagler-Putnam Health 'Department -
morning from Hong Kong China.He X 'FooTBALL FANS! cheskl. was guest speaker;r1

SMALL CLAIMS told her it was 7 o'clock In "Friday; tomorow is positively the Lions Club luncheon meeting

lit the ,evening there. I I the last day-,for the sale of season ATTEND DISTRICT Tuesday. .
COURT SESSIONIS Mr High Is with the U. S. State tickets, to all home football Dr. Young told of the dental I

POSTPONED Department In Washington and games.. WSCS SEMINAR AT program In the county.; t

has spent several months on Get 'em now and save the ORMOND CHURCHSeveral Emil Smythe and Dale Brow \

The session of Flagler County missions in Germany, Okinawa price of a game. See Coach Bo members *of the Bun. were appointed to serve on tho
Small Claims Court scheduled and other points. He told his nell
Manuel at school. Methodist Church attendedthe board of directors I
I to be. held, September 19, has mother this trip would take him Educational Seminar of the The childrens fishing tournc-
been postponed due to the illness around the world by the time he DeLand I
District, Woman Society ment date: was set for September y
of Judge Leola Jones. returned to New York and New Delhi, India; TokYo, Athens for Christian' Service, at the 22nd. l

The next session will ,be ,October Washington ,He' ,left the States Greece Frankfort Germanyand Ormond Beach MetHodist Church. Two new members, Robe ', I

3rd at the Flagler county from Alaska > I I many other places in the The meeting was held Wed I Henderson and Dwayne Metts \i

court house. His missions will take him to next few weeks. nesday. I'''were voted into the club. ,I IH I

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TWO THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept, 13, 1962 \

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< JUST- BROWSING :-,--]pared with a 7 per cent national ,tels and motels) paid $868 million I Subscribe to The FIcgler' Tribune
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! < I Jicrease.j The government payroll to employees, a, gain of 2 S3L50 A Year In Advance II

: SPOKIS Quite a few people have asked ] accounted for 22 per cent of per cent; and construction; contractors -

r ; ttie what .happens.this football 1 the $6,208,000,000, wage and salary paid, $497 million, down

*/:.,: II 1 NOTES season ,No reports on football total in Florida and averaged 15 per cent PAL PARKER'S. INC
practice. No mention of the Automotive Specialty Center
t- 1. \ 18 per cent nationally.
Padre '* the 62 "Financial institutions, Includ-
By Leslie, players for season.I I Compensation payments, received BRAKES RELINED S154KI
/ had PARTS AND LABOR
& insurance
companies,
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to hear from these
! 1962 BULLDOG SEASON am glad I unemployed persons is not included I FORDCIIEVROLETPLYMONT1IOTIIKRH
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f' :. OPENS FRIDAY NIGHT people as this can give me ideas 4 in the government pay wage and salary disbursementsof $10. 3
of what people miss by ,not :roll. $403 million, up 8 per cent; 540 Mason Ave. Daytona

; Bunnell' Bulldogs open their having it in my column. Last transportation companies $328

I '1962 football season this Friday season a lot of people told me 'The public payroll in Flor- million, unchanged from 1960;

night. Coach Kelly Borgh will that I gave too much publicityto ida was made up of $301 mil and communications and utility I i TV SERVICEALL

bring his Crescent City Rebels certain:: players. Fans who lion paid to federal civilian firms had a combined payroll I

to Bunnell'and' kickoff the sea follow sports know that sports ployees, up 8 percent over em-I of $180 million, up 3 per cent. MAKES

son before one of the largest news has to be written that way. $356 million to the military, up Farm employees received $127, Agent For i
opening night crowds. Stars have :to be made. One '3 per cent; and $738 million paid million, a gain of 13 per cent

,Coach Bo Manuel's team will thing, though, the STARS haveto to state, county, district and and miners received $38 million, RCA & PHILGO
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emphasize speed. The Bulldogs remember that it took team municipal employees, a gain of down 10 per cent. A miscellaneous -

who had an 8-2 record for 1961, work to make him: 15 per cent"Official amount of $36 million TUBES & ANTENNAS SOLD
rounded out the wage-salary to AND INSTALLED 3
finished third in the St. Johns
That was the first thing I was figures on payrolls, .
River Conference. Opening kick., taught when I played semiproball. as a part of personal income, I tal. TUBES TESTED FREE ,

off will be 8 P.M. Good luck, Also, that every play is available;: for each year since Payrolls made up the princi- I

L Bulldogs! a touchdown play. If every player 1929. Public payrolls in Florida pal part of the $10,263,000,000 total Bob : ]
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PROBABLE LINEUP carries out his assignment. have ranked above, private categories personal income (up 4 per

I didn't realize that to covera in 17 of the 33 years since cent) received by Floridians last \
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BUUdogs- football game and get all the that date. This was particularlytrue year. Property income (from FLAGLER BEACH

O. Emery End.B. story what it takes. It is quite during World War II years rents, dividends, etc.) came to PHONE HE 9-2204

Hosford tackle.E. different
Kuleski, guard remember last year, in the first when military training was so i and proprietors' income totaled

Holland, center.M. game, I lost my voice'for a few important to the state. The 1961 $1,395,000,000, up a fraction from
Hornsby, guard ; days but I sure enjoyed it ,because figure reflects both the missile 1960. Pensions of various types ahr jfflaglrr Uribunr IJ

D. Peterson, tackle ',' it was a great victory/ activities and the expansion of and unemployment compensation DUNNELL FLORIDA

J R. Morris, end. I' Bud usher of the T. Birds/has state and local government serv- received amounted to $957

B. Moody, quarterback. I given me a press ticket .I am ices.. million and other income paidto I
MRS M. B. FULLER Editor
B. Abbott, left halfA. going to see some of the sportswriters 'The payrolls of wholesaleand employees to $189 million. A

Kuleski, right half. and ask for information retail establishments in the sum of, $207 million paid duringthe t S
Designated Official Publication
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T. Polk; fullback. about 'how to cover games and under So-
by Floridians
year I
state last year amounted to $1,- for Public Notice. of'Flagler
Rebels. give better coverage. See you cial Security was substractedfrom
375,000,000. Thic category, which I County, Municipalities therein
M. Palmer, endH. all at the opening. game. the total received duringthe
has nosed out government to i and the State of Florida
Robinson, tackle.J. J win top spot during many yearsin year." I

W. Hutchinson, guard.T. . Public PayrollIn the past, was second in 1961 ----- -- --- I Entered as second class matter

Moore, center. and gained less than one percent February' 6. 1913. at the postofflce

G. Howard, guard.J. State Last Year I over 1960, a shade below I RCA VICTOR I at Bunnell. Florida under 'act of

Janson, tackle.R. the national gain. :Manufacturing LIVING COLOR IV March 3. 1876. I

Ellis, end. Topped All .Private plants in the state had pay- LOOK FOIl THE FICTL'llKIN
,W. Parrish THE WIN DOW"
quarterback.W.
rolls totaling $961 million
upa I Southern Radio & Television One year 2.50
Hendricks, left half.R. The public payroll in Florida 10 Service | J:,
cent.
healthy per 226 E Granada, Ph. OR 7.2001 Six months ....., -$1.25 .
Moody, right! half.B. last year came, to $1,395,000,000and establishments (including ho I ORMOND J
Knott, fullback. topped all categories of : r. \
the Florida ,I I
private payrolls, I 1.i
Conference Games Sept. 14 State Chamber of Commerce re

Orange Park-Callahan ports. 1 i

Hastings--:.Baldwin "This 1961 payroll of govern-
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ruler's snakewood 22 Lumps as 42 Laths "
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Thursday, Sept. 13, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE THREE

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this toxic plant is as fatal as

\ (By Hervey Sharps) a death chamber.
All parts of the plant are
J"Leaflets three; let..1t. be." This poisonous if One
eaten. .1 leaf contains svE1
Is a good rule'to,follow if you I enough poison ot kill an gropt ivyl

I are..' susceptible" to poison Ivy. J adult. Dry leaves are as deadly

So, be.careful' when cleaning as green leaves. with these ..
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Eating frankfurters roasted on ,
i wooded; lot, lake margin, or
|| aT,fence row near the house. oleander stems may force you
to take a sudden trip to the hos
|j| Poison ivy is a vine that I pital. Eating part of the plant! JANE FOOD1; fy'
.c climbs fence 'posts, trees' and may send you on a one-way trip;1 I
even some ornamentals. It clings I to the cemetery. j
,I to (the surfaces by. small roots Oleander poison may cause'' awwwria ;>.: a 'i.rfa
along the stems. The plant is only nausea, dizziness
1; easily recognized by the three'ness or a decreased droWSI.I'

leaflets at the top of a long Acute symptoms include ll.i% ._ = v
stalk. lar heart action, unconsciousness : )
} .Botanist Erdman West with respiratory paralysis and
i'j'( Agricultural Experiment Sta- death. The toxic properties of I 41 I
'* tions, says the three leaf idea I the plant are from two glucos- ,
will eliminate many harmless cides-nerioside and oleandro i
plants but will keep you safe I side. I
from poison ivy and poison oak. Gloriosa or climbing lily, conj I j 'f'J.i
Poison ivy causes an tains a deadly poison. The plant I :
better known as itCh-I contains a mixture of alkaloids,.,
the uptown gardeners. ,chiefly colchlcine. This high i
Regardless of the name, you'll speed poison acts fast and death
probably claw the itching places I has been known to occur in four
until they ooze a colorless fluid hours after' eating a ,tuber of I Wilson Certified Whole 'or HalfSMOKED

which spreads the poison (the gloriosa.
Some people get this skin ailment These are only three of the I
by touching poison ivy or score or more toxic plants that HAMS Lb. 49
handling items-such as tools or I grow around Florida homesteads.
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pets-that. have been in contact I Don't become alarmed ,and chop
with the plant. Others get a1 I I down all your plants, because
case of dematitis by walking ,you can continue to enjoy all front Lean Porky's
through smoke of burning ivy I your ornamentals, if you curb V
stems or leaves.A the habit of chewing leaves or[ PORK
few folks swear that they I,twigs of plants. ROAST Lb. 49
catch the itch via fog droplets Many times children are the .
drifting past ivy plants. I victim of ,toxic plants. So, teach
Mild cases of dematitis can the small-fry to avoid putting
be treated with home, remedies. ;anything in their mouth except Lean Fryers
These' include :a; shower using food.
strong soap, or a paste of baking Remember that crawlers in PORK STEAKS Ib. 49* FAMILY PKG. lb. 49
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I soda. Several remedies are available play pens may reach out be ,
at the drug store. :tween the bars and make an 2 Legs-2 Thighs 2 Breasts
If a sizeable part of your body i i I oral exploration of anything in
I is a affected, consult a physicianas I reach. Grass and most lawn Smoked Ham Pork, Beef Veal
ivy poison can be quite seri weeds are harmless but poisonous -
I ous. mushrooms have a way of CENTER SLICES lb." 79* MEAT LOAF lb. 59c
I There are a number of other growing within grasp of tiny ,
poisonous plants around the fingers. To be on the safe side
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home. One is the oleander. locate play pens in a well inspected Henderson's .' t'.
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If you try: to rid-your property :.place.! ,- :-**. FROZEN FOOD '
((1 I of oleanders by burning, don't I For complete details on home-
toxic Winter Garden 24 Oz.
grown plants secure Agri- SUGAR
II. cultural Extension Service Bul- .
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Around the Home." The publi- PIES Each29C
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LiO Limit One With $5.00 More LEMONADE 10C
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I Food Order
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ChurchInterdenominational KRAFTMiracle Tender YellowSttUASH


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I FLAGLER BEACH TOMATOES 29C
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I QUART 2 Pounds
School 10:00 A.M.
1 Sunday Prune .
Church Service 11:00 A.M..
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PLUMS 29c, .
,,. R.V.. DICKERT. Paator 991t 2 Pounds

I EVERYONE WELCOME25FREE A I

atwr.aaa d4 Limit Two With $5.00 or More Franco American 15 oz. Can

Food Order COOKED SPAGHETTI 227c
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I the versatile new forBush's
I 300 Can '
TOP VALUE STAMPS I'" '
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SIE6LEAMark : BLACK EYE PEAS
with the purchase of FOLGER'SCOFFEE. Each 10C
III Any Size Kraft "
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GAS HEATING SYSTEM Coupon Expires 915.62 BLAmtpEPPER. : iDc -
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SUPER FLOOR POI liD Sunshine 2% Can' '.' .
> 75 FREETOP *
HEAT OUTLETS '
: CAN, 49 GEEEN BEANS Wi'th Potatoes 25C

Oh all si/es.1 VALUE STAMPS Economy Pk.CANDY .
with the purchase of Limit One With $5.00 or More '

L NEW HEATING COMFORT 4 Lb. Armour Star Can I Food Order, 10BaM' 39C
1. NEW TRIM
4 STYLING Ham

PIN IT UP-BUILD IT Coupon Expires 915.62 I

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TOP VALUE STAMPS ,
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0ftMagler dlspLjRow a' With $5.00 or more !
Food order SUPERMARKET .sStore Hours -. f'G
HardwareRailroad and this Coupon at r- !
Week 8a.m.-6:45p.m
Ave. SHELTON'S GROCERY

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MBS. NAILJJEE'S V I Officers elected for the ensuing -

SISTER PASSES AWAY year are: Barbara Weaver,

Mrs. Marie Nailler received choir director; Stanley Springer,I .

I word of,,the death of her sister, assistant director; Mrs. Robert Fresh Boston Butt Copeland's Pure PorkSausage
Mrs. Emma Cantin, of IJollyoak I|,Schatz, president; Mrs. Henry

Mass., on September 1. Funeral Shill, vice president; Kay Weaver LB. '
services and interment.- was held sectgtary; Margie Schatz, Pork Roast 49 iou 49
there last week. -:-= Jr asurer; Nancy Fleurle, social
chairman; Diane Springer, robe ;

FIRE DEPARTMENT l chairman; Judy Stryker, librarian Hot or Mild {

, OBSERVES LABOR and historian; Faye .Bass, Small Lean Fresh Pork

.1 DAY WITH DINNER I pianist; Mrs.. Robert'Rumill, as- Palm River Sliced Breakfast 1
III The Flagler Beach Fire De.a at sistant pianistCHURCH LB. 59* ,
Ribs
t, partmeqt observed their annual II Spare nm *
I BACON 55
Labor Day:celebration by havinga SCHOOL
dinner party at the Ellinor TIME CHANGE

V Village Country'It Club. Since the regular worship time Center CutPork
Twenty-five members of the at the Methodist Church has Wilson Certified Tender SmokedHershey's
volunteer fire department and been changed to 11 a. m. the

its auxiliary enjoyed ihe affair. church school time will be Chops. 69* Whole s ;
'changed, beginning next Sun- as orShllk49

FLAGLER BEACH I day, to 9:45 and will lend at Half,
GARDEN CLUB NEWS 10:45.:

The executive board of the I Folger's

Garden Club met at the home PARKA.HAINES 11b or Henderaon'aSUGAR ,
of Mrs. Sue Spivey September 4.I MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDMrs. Coffee 39Limit < '
They made plans for club's and Mrs. Frank DeWittof fan 5 LB. *

activities for the coming year, San Jose, Calif., announce the BAG 39
marriage of their daughter, Virginia -
including planning the year 1 with $5.00 or more food order
book. Merced Parra, to George Limit 1 with $5.00 or more food order
of the Warren Haines, son of Mr. and
found
Thursday some
members decorating the tables I I Mrs. V. W. Haines of 480 Lambert 22 oz. Energy LiquidDetergentElch Large Size Box Energy Powder
Ave., Beach.
for the Scouts' dinner. Flagler

All members are invited to be I Original wedding plans were 29* 2pkgs
set for September 2nd but were Detergent 39
at the "park" on September 19. moved up to August nth when
At that time shrubs will, be
George received word he was Save lOc
planted. It is planned that some
being sent by Lockheed Aircraft Save lOc
of the members will help with
Corp. in Nashville, Tenn. for an
the shrubs and has been sug- indefinite time., Reno, Nevada, Giant Size BoxFAB Giant Size Box Energy Powder
gested that a ta le'and chair
was the setting for the wedding.
will be placed by the pool side
for inactive members to sit and Virginia, better known as *
Jennie, and George are planninga 59 Detergent 49
watch. They will be asked to
visit hereto see his parents
serve coffee to the workers. In
I and friends as soon as the spe- .
this they will be a part of; Limit .
way I cial job is completed at Nash- One Save 20c Save lOc
the activities while enjoying the ville. .
project 1l/2: Oz. Nestea Instant
I 10 Oz. Maxwell House
MEN'S CLUB TO BEGIN

the Gainesville Judson University Stryker where of left he Florida Sunday will en-for in PAPER The Methodist DRIVE AGAIN:Men's Club decided TEA JAR 69 INSTANT COFFEE QQ
Monday at their meetingto
tering his senior He Save 20c
year. was begin their "old paper" drive JAR
accompanied there by his room
again. According to C. B. Hull,
mate, Macocks from
George
chairman of the drive last year, 12 Oz. Can Swift'sPREM. Save 40c
Daytona Beach.
many persons continued saving
t old papers and magazines even LIMIT 2 12 Oz.I Can LaRuta
Word was received by Mrs.
after they announced the drive 39
Agnes Lee telling of the birthof
her grandson on her birthday would stop.
Corn Beef
The new paper drive will be- SAVE lOc 39'Limit
September 4. The new arrival -
gin on Saturday, September 29.
weighed seven pounds and
Newspapers and magazines will
ten ounces and was named Walter 2
be picked up every third Satur- Borden's Silver Cow
Thomas. The
parents are Mr. '
day from then on. Anyone wish-
and Mrs. Robert Winklemann of ing to contribute to the drive 6 TALL 46 Oz. Libby TomatoJUICE
Wisconsin. Mrs. Lee had been $
is asked to please put the pa- MILK 79
visiting her son, Rev. Jim Lee,I pers and magazines in the front GAP 4 FOR
and family in Nashville, Tenn., $100
of their yard (near the road) Limit 6
when she received the news. She I
or at least in plain view.
leaves this week to visit the new I Limit 4
,Anyone wishing to drop off
arrival and his mother, ]'1rs.Lee's .I
their papers any- other day- may- I 32 Oz. Kraft's Miracle
daughter. outside the south front Delicious Tasting Sealtest

1------ of George Wickline's build- JAR

BAPTIST BANQUET The'annual CHURCH SATURDAY banquet CHOIR of the I on AlA. WHIP 49 Ice Milk f 39

PARENT-TEACHER
FIRST
First Baptist Church Choir was I i Limit One
MEETINGI
held Saturday evening In the ASSOCIATION Limit 2.
church basement The L-shaped I I The Flagler Beach Parent- 'FROZEN FOODS

table was decorated with fern I Teacher Association met last FRESH PRODUCE
in the school 6 Oz. Sealdsweet
Tuesday night
and candles and centered witha 1 Juicy Red Delicious
cafetorlum with Mrs. Leonard

,After large the cake.banquet a business ''Johnson presiding. LEMONADE 10 for 'too

meeting followed. Judson Stryker Preceding the meeting, the APPLES, 2 Pounds 29*
committee with Mrs.
hospitality
resigned as choir director so

he Muld devote mbre time to Allen Reynolds as chairman 10 Oz. Pkg. Birdseye Crisp Young Tender .
served punch'and cookies to
Ills studies'this being his senior

year at the University of Florida.. (Continued on page 8)AMBULANCE *
CUT CORN, 2 for 39 Cello ,Carrots., Pkg 10

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FOR ALL HOURS DAY OR NIGHT 1

15 Oz. Mrs. Smith's .No. 1 WhitePotatoes 'I


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Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia Ambulance. We .
FOOD STORE
are always at your service wIth', promptness safety and I

{ experience. s" mST MEETS "zi rVy N !
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: E. GARCIA,, Licensed Funeral Director
LADY PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. SAT. SEPT. 13-14-15, 1962
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Thursday pt... 13,. 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, ,FLORIDA PAGE ::FIVE) ._ -
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Daytona Beach Junior Collegethe

past two years. .
These were in the news storyof .P Yrt...
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the college students leavinglast ->:S'
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week and was missed in ,
copying off the information. 'I --- !'i.y ,.
LOCALjH I' ?YE,! ".; ";

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PINETTE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Stur- PIRATE QUEEN-
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/1 man had as their guests Mon "'. 'fJ
The Pinette Club met with BY Edith P. Meyer ,
day and Tuesday his daughter- T" ..' ....
Betty White. for ,
on Monday a '
I in-law and grandson Mrs. Wil Are you interested in readinga ,
I. supper meeting at the "White liam Sturman and Bill, Jr., of good novel based on historical -
1 House" North Street. 1-
on Chapel East Orange, N. J. They were facts? In .our Bunnell High
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Present were Margie Kinney, ".r' FIn
| enroute to Miami where Bill, Jr. School Library you may find aj I'
Elissa Tilton Haw-
and
Betty ,enters 'the University of Miami number of interesting novels;
r1 kins. Also Carol Jean Atkinsonand I for his sophomore year. such as "Pirate Queen." Crania' days of old, the town The newspaper Is a most
Joan Peavy who were welcomed O'Malley, the daughter of Owen; crier often could stand In efficient, reliable and re
as new members. THANK,YOU ., O'Malley, was born in Western one spot and the sound, of spelled reporter of commu .
I would like to, thank my Ireland. Crania became chieftain his voice would carry to nity events. .
'it: Mrs., Ethel Goodson returned friends for the lovely flowers, I _at her fathers death. every home In the community.This And, through tha medium
I i to her home in Stanley, N. C. dish gardens, plants, and cards Grania was more daring than of course, Is not true of advertising, It provides a
Saturday after a three weeks sent to me during '''my stay in t any woman. Her story was pre- t J today. Even if our communitywere valuable service to both the
visit here with Mr. and Mrs.Louis the hospital. Your thoughtfulness sented in the time when medevi-(J not so "spread out," merchant and the consumer. ,
Barrs. is appreciated very much. al customs were crumbling be- }I the noises of the modem age How about you?Have you
Mary Harding. fore the widening explorations J. about us would defeat the gotten around to checkingthe
,Mr. and ,Mrs. Keth Thompson and trade. With her superb seamanship -' most diligent shouter. ads In this issue for the
returned to their home in New and her knowledge of I j Today, 'there are other bargains offered by local

York. after a three weeks visit. COLLEGE STUDENTS I the rugged Irish coast, she became methods of communicationand stores?
here with Mr. and Mrs. F. H.. LEFT LAST WEEK the idol of her clan and II' more efficient methodsof See for yourself-don't
Howell. Mrs. Thompson is Mr.I Patty Niesen and Polly For- the terror of her enemies. .. .disseminating news and wait for someone to come
Howell's daughter.Mrs. I son were among those leavinglast information. around and,tell you about it.
AssistantPETERSON
week for Florida State University Library
Naomi Hosford left last I, in Tallahassee to begin I
weekend for a visit in White I I/their sophomore year. They at
Lakes, Wis.f with her son ins law tended the Junior College in TEXACO j l Trade dlBUNNELL'S No r Yost awa sake!
and daughter. She will also visit I Daytona Beach last year. SERVICE I oa er omaraaiiyPro9ress

with her mother while there. Beverly Rodgers will be leaving ROAD SERVICE I i
soon to enter the
Ringling
Light Mechanical Work
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Biddleof Art School in Sarasota on September I
Lake Geneva visited here several 30. Beverly attended the Phone 437-3441 Bunnell
days with her brother In i. I
law and sister, Mr. annd Mrs.
W. E. Kudrna.Mr. .
I '.
and Mrs. Walton Kinney I -

and children and Mr. and Mrs ". . ,,
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S. J. Tilton Jr., 'and children
spent the holiday weekend at 4 ,

Flagler Beach. '

JOSEPH' ANDREE DODGENPvt. : -I SC

and Mrs. John Dodgen '. : .
!! announce the arrival of a seven .
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} pound 15 % ounce son born I l -

t September 5 at the Flagler, : \-t.,,". .,1-.. '. OF : .". ;: J .: '
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Clinic and 'Hospital. '- t P'.: -:: -. '- < Mrs. Dodgers is the former ; :
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Miss Judy Spivey. Pvt. Dodgenhas -
returned to Ft. Knox, Ky., FIRST COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY
where 'he is in machenics school.



HONORS COFFEE BERTHA PARTY MRS. I FRIDAY, SEPT. 14th


I Mrs. Sammy Bertha was honored
with a coffee party and

stork shower. last Wednesday 24 HOUR SERVICE .
morning at the Bertha home.
Hostesses for the party were Mrs.
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J. B. Pellicer and Mrs. Harold ;'
Ramsey. -: 1: ...
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Eighteen members of the , WE KNOW OUR TOO! ; '
Country Club enjoyed the affair : 'r-
with the honored guest and hos FREE
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tesses. ,

ALWAYSCLOTHES '
JOHN WARREN HORNSBY JR. '
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Mr. and Mrs. John Hornsby of
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Martinsville, Va., are the par LITTER-o t.
ents of a son born September 6 I :;:
in :Martinsville. He weighed nine BRIGHTER.. : ". :
01 ;,;
pounds and has been given the t .
name of John Warren Jr. I i .
Mrs. Hornsby is'the former BAGS ; ( :
Miss Kay Harris of Bunnell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. o :
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Harris. I
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Mrs. Mary Miller has returned I "
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to her home here after an extended -
I visit in Hastings with!IIrs. . '. .
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gery Wednesday morning. : :

I, Mr. and Mrs. Walker of De- ,' I'i' . ; ,
land were visiting here Tuesday

I with their grandmother, Mrs. A. .
A. Walker and aunt; Miss Lucille .

Walker. COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY;, ;: ,

DWAIN GRESHAMMr. .
JOHN. and :Mrs.. Gary Greshamare .0.'. ; J -"; r' '
the parents of a son born U. S. No. 1-BUNNELL: . s sr
September 8th at the Flagler o ".. .- .."-
Clinic and Hospital. He weighedsix
pounds and eleven and half
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ounces and has been given the
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"'PAGE .SIX THE FLAGLER 'TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Sept. 13, 1962
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\ other conditions (not I cate the infection in the birds stretched in the shade of their REQUEST FOR BIDS
Notice is
hereby given that the
Encephalitis Is itis) many of those encePhal-1 or even which birds are suspect- bodies. Breezes thus can carry Board of County Commissioners

' encephalitis may: well I.ible. However, we do know how away more of the body's heat P.will M. receive September sealed 28th.bids 196 until%. In 7:30,the

. Explained By._ it As the physician gets additional J I to control the breeding of mos- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Court office of in the Flagler Clerk County of the Circuit Courthouse -
lab reports on the pa- .jjitocs and how to kill the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMEIn Bunnell. Florida for the following -
Health Board tienfs and virus carrying mos- compliance with House Bill :
. symptoms physicalfindings adult biting,
, 1 Ton
% Pickup Truck. 6 or
'>' .. No. 1 75. Chapter 20953. LAWS of
" change the number ofi I: 4- ues. We will probably never Florida. Acts of 1341 as amended 8 cylinder engine standard cab
: word 'means ; I
"encephalitis"
The : ; the undersigned will register with and equipment but 6.70 x 15, 6-ply
cases reported will riu the state of mosquitoes but
suspect vary. tubeless tires on rear.
r inflammation of, the, .brain. the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
. This is the reason for some of for the time being intensive and for Flagler County, Florida The Board reserves the right to
I I reject and all bids.
any
of of publicationof
ecelpt proof
" It may ,be caused ,by a varietyof the seeming confusion as to the arr-i-mosquito control is about u .n this notice the following fic- Dated at Bunnell. Florida this
4th day of September 1962.
germs, mostly viruses. It occurs exact number of cases. When a the only avenue for combating titious SHELTON'S name: GROCERY JOHN A. CLEGG. Chairman
; sometimes after a smallpox suspect diagnosis is changed (to this virus encephalitis. I I located at Bunnell. Florida under Board of County Commissioners -

,. vaccination (about once in every I I something else this fact is usual- ness which of we selling are engaged groceries In and the meats busi- ATTESTS E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk
700,000 vaccinations), more frequently ly not reported and so 'the case THE GREAT BARRIER REEF I\ at retail and that the undersignedare Sept. 6-13-2tc
the only persons Interested in
\ as a late complication J remains on the suspect list and I I The Great Barrier' Reef of said business. IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Dated Bunnell Florida, this FLAGLER COUNTY FLORIDA.
of.such 'common childhood 'diseases : new suspects are added to it,I I Australia, 1,250 miles long, Is \ 30th day at of August. A. D. 1962. IN CHANCERY NO. 45O3
{ as measles, mumps or : thereby increasing the total. I l the world's largest coral struc- JOHN DEWAYNE.A. CLEGG METTS EVELYN HINTON, RYAN Plaintiff,

chickenpox (all virus diseases). Autopsy findings are usually ture. Like an iceberg, most of, Sept. 6-13-20-27--4tc OS.

It; .sometimes complicates the reliable' for making _a fairly! cer I I the reefs 80,000 square mile IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, SEVENTH WALTER, JAMES RYAN Defendant.,
"flu." tain diagnosis, but it is not always area lies under water. A loose FOR TilE JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT.OF FLAGLER.IN AND NOTICE TO DEFEND
;Another variety of 'encephalitis possible ,to- get the ne chain of shoals, reefs, and lonely STATE OF FLORIDA.450 IN CHANC- THE STATE WALTER OF JAMES FLORIDA.RYAN TO:
ERY. CASE NO.
es-I I
is thai which, while'still sary permission ,from the islands betrays the stupendous DOROTHY MAE ROBERTS Trenton.31 Tyrell New Avenue Jersey
caused by viruses, Is carried by tives for the autopsy and so mountain of submergedcoral. Plaintiff. I You are hereby notified that a
insects. The most common insect many of our. suspects remain as I I Nature is bizarre in a I II EARLIEST ROBERTS Defendant., suit the above has been entitled filed cause against; and you you in

associated 'with' this disease suspects, even in death.St. 1 coral tide pool, where animals NOTICE TO AEPPEAR are hereby required to file your answer -
is' the mosquito ahd there are Louis encephalitis is a seasonal :I resemble plants and plants look THE EARLIEST STATE OF ROBERTS FLORIDA.TO: and to with serve the a Clerk copy of thereof this Court upon,

quite a few species' which are kind of illness, usually lUke[ stone. The coral itself, an j I c/o Mamie Roberts. the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney
R. F. D. No. 1.Kingsland. whose name and address is:
suspected of being Implicated.: I coming on in the' late, .summeror aggregation of limy skeletons of I I Georgia. Ray, Selden
> Ticks and various bird mites are. fall. It Is apt to be an illness I' trillions of tiny sea animals, I I l that YOU a ARE suit for HERBEY divorce NOTIFIED has been Selden Daytona Building Beach. Floridanot
also suspected, as carriers. but of adults rather than children I takes a multitude of fantastic filed against you In the. above entitled later than September 20th. A. D.
cause and are hereby 1962.
, they are not 'nearly as' importantas and seems to be more seri-,r forms resembling cauliflower, required to' serve you upon Plaintiff's I If you fail to do so. decree pro
the mosquitoes in outbreaks .Otis in older people. I asparagus, cabbage, dainty fans, Attorney hereon whose name written and address confesso will be entered againstyou
appear your for the relief demanded in the
in humans.' i. At the present time we do not I lace, stag antlers, and the human fense if any. to the Complaint de-I bill of complaint. The nature of
said suit. on or before the said suit being for divorce.
Encephalitis I s frequently have any specific treatment for brain. I day of September. 1962. else WITNESS_ my hand and seal of
called "sleeping sickness" and this type of encephalitis such as I cree pro confesso. will be entered said Court this 21st day of August,
i against you.WITNESS A. D. 1962.Official .
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it Is this term which makes the we have for typhoid or diphtheria. ALBATROSS SENSE SHAWN my hand and seal ofsa.ld ( Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
Court this 23rd of
This is generally true of Young albatrosses on sun- I day Au- Clerk of said Circuit Court
illness seem so mysterious and jrust. 1962. By Julia R. Harvey
dreadful to people. In most hu- I most virus diseases. Nor is therea baked Midway keep cool by I (SEAL) E_ Clerk A. SMYTHE of said CourtW. Deputy Clerk.
the onset is rather vaccine or a serum which can using their feet in a an unusual L. WADSWORTH. Aug. 23-30 & Sept. 6-13-4tc
man cases I P. O. Box 396.
sudden with the ill person com- be used to protect people.We manner. The birds balance I I Bunnell. Florida I Subscribe to The Flagler Tribune

plaining of headache, fever, do not know how to eradi I their heels with webbed feet out-I i I Aug.Attorney 30 & Sept.for 6-13-0-4tc Plaintiff 52.50 A Year In Advance

sometimes chills, nausea, per- .
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haps vomiting, generalized pains {pi I\
and'an indefinite feeling of gen
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eral discomfort. :Many people

with encephalitis will not have )
any more serious symptoms than yesatisa.
these and frequently do not seek t

any medical help.. Others will
proceed to develop a stiffnessof

the neck, and will experiencein
varying degrees a drowsinessor

stupor. They may show ,some I
mental confusion, have speech

difficulties or experience tremors.In .
serious cases there will be *
convulsions and coma or un- ,

consciousness.In I

this state there have been, \
at various times in the past!

decade, a scattering of
itis cases reported to encePhal-1
Board of Health.

been of the Eastern Equine, Wes

tern Equine and St. Louis types.j

.... The present outbreak on gulf
coast is of the St. Louis type, I I

as were the 1959 and 1961 cases
rihi \
in the same area. I

It is known that a wide variety: : ..x si wYyrn'? ,

of birds, both domestic, and wild, I i iI _' ___ L 4 t,
become infected with this St. I *

Louis strain of encephalitis. Just:iI I I

how the birds continue to har-I iI
I
bor and carry the virus we

know. Ducks, grackles, blue jays, I

pigeons, chickens, pheasantsand II I
many others have been

found to be infected from timeto 1 I .
; time. At one time we thought j '

only the wild migratory birds i

carried the virus. However, we I I rI .
are not now as certain of this
cs we used
know is that there are still
M1S/
many unanswered questions about (

Just what conditions exist
!!
in the west coast area relative, ; JtirjIIKeep f fI
to the bird and mosquito popu 1 I '

lations..
For the most part this virus

encephalitis is passed from bird engine clean with I"I
to bird and back again by certain your I

mosquitoes. Apparently the :. 'f:;;
!
disease cannot be passed from kT.
one human to another. Even'in ;: I
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either laboratory reports on two -< can save up to 1.gallon of gasoline in every 8 you use. And New RPM Special: tif; 4 J _. i
blood specimens taken two I brings you the only single-grade oil that is deposit-free. Stop at your Standard }
weeks apart or the culturing of .station today for RPM Motor Oil. Get all the miles you've paid for! -
the virus from the patient's ,.
blood. The latter is difficult r. .: .

Since the symptoms will also fit j W. C. SULLIVAN Agent

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Thursday, Sept. 13, 1962 THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE BUNNELL, FLORIDA PAGE 'SEVEN, ,
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REQUEST FOR BIDS of any limit prescribed In the visions of subsection (1) hereof 'nel 'shall thereafter be used for the I

I following sections of this article may after four years return to its operation of the State Attorneys office I
WANT ADS Notice la hereby given that the until the next reapportionment and former status and reject the pro- of the Fourth (4th) Judicial
Board of County Commissioners' the county shall be assigned when visions of this section by the same Circuit, and for the employing of f
will rceive sealed bids until 7:30 created to a senatorial district a*> procedure outlined in subsection Assistant State Attorneys and other
P. M.. September 28. 1962. in the office determined by he legislature. (2) hereof for adopting the provis- personnel of that office and the

t MOBILE HOME-45' x 10' wide. of the Clerk of the Circuit Section 2. REPRESENTATION IN ions thereof in the beginning.NO. State Attorney is hereby authorizedto < I

i Court in Flagler County Courthouse THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 3 employ such personnel including

for sale at sacrifice price. Phone Bunnell. Florida, for the following - Representation in the HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. Assistant State Attorneys and investigators f

4373553. 913ltpEG : house of representatives of the 1730A in the same number and ;
Approximately 5.000 bags Port- Florida< legislature shall be appor- JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to be paid the same salary as the
land Cement. Type I; Price to be tioned among the several counties as amendment to Article III. Sec- number of Assistant County Solicitors
ZAG SEWING MACHINE- FOB job location. Flakier County of the state as follows: Each coun- tion 29 of the State Constitution and investigators employed by
Florida. Delivery as required.The ty shall be entitled to one repre- relating to impeachment of of- the County Solicitor of Duval County .
I Repossessed due to unfortunate Board reserves the right to sentative. Each county shall have ficers. Florida.

,circumstances. 62 model perfect reject any and all bids. one additional representative' for BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature NO.6..
I. Dated at Bunnell. Florida, this each representative ratio or major i, of the State of Florida: SENATE JOINT, RESOLUTIONNO. .
I condition. Sews forward and reverse 4th day of September 1962. fraction thereof. Any county hav- That article III. section 29 of 344

I JOHN A. CLEGG Chairman ing more than four (4) representative the Florida constitution be amended A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan
I makes buttonholes, sews Board of County Com- ratios shall have one representative as set forth below and that said amendment to Article V, Sec-
in addition to all others tion 6 Subsection (2) of the State
on buttons, embroiders & mon missioners resolution be submitted to the electors ,
't ATTEST: herein provided. The representative of Florida for ratification or Constitution relating to the num-

ograms, darns & patches, tacks E. A. SMYTHE. Clerk ratio shall be the quot- rejection at the general election to ber of Circuit Judges providedby
ient obtained by dividing the the Legislature.BE .
Sept. 6-13-2tc be, held in November. 1962
& hems, etc. Assume 6 payments -- - population of the state accordingto of IT RESOLVED by the Legisla-
the latest federal census by the SECTION 29. Impeachment of- ture of the State of Flor1Jlaj
of $7.75. CL 5-1161, Daytona REQUEST FOR BIDS ficers.-The House of Representatives -
1 umber of counties: providing that That article V. section 6, subsection -
Beach. 13 until the general election in 1964 shall have the sole power of (2) of the Florida consti-
Sept. 5tp. Sealed bids will be' received in
impeachment. The speaker of the
> the office of the City Clerk of the. no county shall have fewer representatives i, tution be amended as set forth below -
House appoint a committee to
may
than it would have been and that said resolution be
( FOR RENT: OR SALE 3 bedroom City of Bunnell. Florida, in the investigate alleged grounds for impeachment -
-
Civic Center Building on or before entitled to under the Constitutionof submitted to the electors of Flor-
i officer sub-
against
any
" block house corner lot Howe & 12:00 o'clock noon ,on the 15th 1885 as amended In 1924. ida for ratification or rejection at
ject to impeachment either duringor
' day of October A. D. 1962 for one Section 3. SENATE The repre- between legislative sessions; buta the general election to be held in

Palmetto, water softener, near piece of fire apparatus with the sentation In the senate of the Flor- vote of two-thirds (2/3) of all November. 1962:
I following minimum specificationsand ida legislature shall consist of for SECTION 6. Circuit courts.-(2)
school excellent condition. Call members present shall be requiredto
Circuit Judges. The legislature may
equipment. ty-six (46) members each repre-
impeach any officer: and all impeaChments -
ID 7-3206 Bette McDaniel Bun. senting a district. Twenty-four provide for one (1) circuit JudgeIn
Built on and including chassis shall be tried by the each circuit for each fifty thou
and cab of 132" 292 (24) districts shall consist of the Senate. When for that
nelL 96tf. wheelbase cu. ,, sitting pur- and (50,000) ,inhabitants or major
twenty-four (24) most populous
in. V-8 engine auxiliary heavy I the latest pose the senators shall be upon fraction thereof according to the
counties according to
-- duty springs. 1963 model equipped federal decennial census. Twentytwo oath or affirmation and no person last census authorized by law. In
FOR RENT one bedroom fur. with: (22) districts shall be created shall be convicted without the con- circuits having more than one (1)

ished apartments with garage. Four speed transmission. from the remaining counties of currence of twothirds3) of the judge the legislature may designate
Front mount single stage centri- the state with the view of effecting Senate present. The Senate may of residence of any such
Corner Main Street and Highway fugal pump rated capacity from as equitable representation as prac- adjourn to a fixed time for the additional judge or judges. .
draft of 500 g. p. m. at 150 lbs.. tical. trial of any impeachment and may
NO. 7
A1A. Flagler Beach, $40.00 Per 22%** discharge caps sit for the purpose of such trial
No shall be divided in HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO.
county whether the House of Representatives -
Month, Phone HE 92229. 1 4" suction cap creating a district. No county shallbe be in session or not but the 1966A
1 400 lb. pressure gauge separated from the remainder of JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
time fixed for such trial shall not
Sept. 6.4tc 1 -> 0-30" 150 Ib. compound the district of which it is part by be more than six (6) months from revision of the Preamble of the

vacuum pressure gauge. more than a county which was the time articles of impeachmentshall Constitution of the State of. Flor-

FOR SALE-25' Chris Craft Cabin 1 1 --, cooler vacumatic line primer formerly a part of the same district be preferred by the House 'of ida.
in 1961. Representatives. The Chief Justice BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature -

Cruiser, 115 h. p. Chrysler ma- 1 200- gal.instrument booster light.tank. Section 4. LEGISLATIVE AP- shall preside at all trials by Impeachment of the State of Florida:

tine engine. Sleeps three head 2" booster suction on line-valved PORTIONMENT.-The 1963 Legis- except in the trial of The following proposed revision*
of the preamble of the Constitution -
1" booster discharge line:-valved. lature shall be composed of the the Chief Justice, when the Gov-
ideal for offshore fishing or 1 booster hose reel legislators'! elected pursuant to the ernor shall preside. The Governor. of Florida is hereby agreed to
and shall be submitted to the elec-
of 1885 as amended, Administrative officer of the Exec-
1" booster line coupled. Constitution
150 ft.
cruising perfect condition. $1,375. tors of the State for approval or
1 combination fog-solid stream and of the additional legislatorsas utive Department. Justices of the
Charlie Rockett Fishermen's Inn nozzle provided for herein. If this Supreme Court and Judges of the rejection at the next general election -

; 2 rear hose lights (sealed article is ratified at the general Circuit Court shall be liable to Impeachment that is to say: '

Flagler Beach. 9-6-4tc beams). election in November 1962 the for any misdemeanor in PREAMBLE
1 '- rear hold-on bar' legislature shall be apportioned office, but judgment in such cases We. the people! of the State of
1 rear platform step according to apportionment bills shall 'extend only to removal from Florida, being grateful to AlmightyGod
COULD THIS BE YOU? A per- Ladder carrying brackets and passed at the 1962 Extraordinary office and disqualification to hold for our constitutional liberty

son looking for just the right: opportunity locks.. Session of the Legislature provided any office of honor, trust or profit in order to secure its benefits forma
2 suction carriers and locks nothing in this amendment shall under the State; but the party con- 'more perfect government insure
? A connection with a 1 10 ft. roof ladder and hooks, prohibit any representative or victed or acquitted shall nevertheless domestic tranquility maintain pub-
1 20 ft. extension ladder (two senator elected in the 1962 general be liable to indictment trial lic order and guarantee equal civil
National Real Estate organization piece). election pursuant to the Constitu- and punishment according to law. and political rights to all do ordain

who would back you, coach' 1 4" suction outfit consistingof tion of 1885 as amended, from NO. 4 and establish this constitution.NO. .
two 10 ft sections 4" wire lined serving In said office for the term HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. 8 ,
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you, teach you the business, advertise for which he was elected, nor shall
I suction hose with male and female 1853A HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO.

for you, furnish you all couplings attached, this, amendment from prohibit completing a senatornow his JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan 1965
1 4" suction strainer serving amendment to Article XVI of A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing
necessary material? We need 1 4X2% double female hy- term additional to which he was elected offices, and the Constitution of Florida by revision of Article I of the Con-
the legislative
drant connection adding thereto an additional sec- stitution of the State of Florida.BE .
in A herein created shall be filled by
someone your community. 1 suction spanner wrench and at special election to be tion to be numbered by the Sec- IT RESOLVED by the Legisla-

man, a lady or man & wife team. Truck painted red and lettered held in a the affected counties or retary of State, authorizing the ture of the State of Florida:
both sides cab doors "Bunnell Fire such County of Pasco to hold civil The following proposed revisionof
Like to talk it over with our: Department No. 2", election districts to as provided be held by within law. one jury trials in any branch court Article I of the Constitution of

State ? him Minor specification changes permitted hundred and twenty (120) days house within the county. Florida is hereby agreed to and .
Manager Drop a '
if clearly shown in bid. shall submitted to the electors
after the effective date hereof. BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature -
short letter about yourself. Ask Bid should specify delivery date. The senators elected from the new of the State of Florida: of the State for approval or rejection
Price quoted should be F. O. B. even numbered districts shall be That the following amendment to at the next general election
him to visit you and answer any Bunnell. Florida. that is to say:
elected for, a term of four (4) years article XVI of the Constitution of
questions you may have. WriteE. The City Commissioners reserves and the new senators elected from Florida be added and numbered by ARTICLE I. Boundaries.T The
the right to reject any and all the odd numbered districts shallbe the Secretary of State and be sub- state boundaries are: Begin at the

K. Davis, State Manager, bids and to waive any Informalities elected for a term of two (2) mitted to the electors of the Stateof mouth of the Perdldo River which.
i I in bidding and also to accept years; thereafter all senators shall Florida for ratification or reJection for the purposes of this descriptionis
Strout Realty, 629% East Broad-v the bid that In. its judgment will be elected for four (4) year terms. at ,the general election. of defined as the point where lati-
't be for the best interest of the 1962. tude 3016'53" north and longitude
way, Ocala, Florida. A real opportunity The legislature shall reapportionits November
City: of Bunnell-- Florida 87.3106 west intersect; thence to
representation in accordancewith Section Civil Jury Trialsin
WITNESS hand and official
for someone. my the point where latitude 30.1702
this article at the 1971 regular Pasco County location in
seal this 10th day of September, ; cer- north and 8731'06" West
Sept. 6-13-2tc i A. D. 1962. session of the legislature and every tain branch court houses within longitude
intersect thence the where
, ten (10) years thereafter based said County. The Legislature ; to point
(SEAL) C. B. Eisenbach, Mayor upon the preceding latest federal from time to time and as the busi-may. latitude 3018'00 north and longi-
A WATKINS ROUTE in. this area City of Bunnell Florida. decennial census. ness of Pasco County may tude 8727'08* west intersect: thenceto
ATTEST: Nancy Rodgers, reqUire.. the point where the center line
. is available for ambitious man City Clerk. In the event the legislature shall provide that trial by jury of the intracoastal Canal (as the
civil suits property triable by Jury
fail to reapportion the representation :
Sept. 13-20-2tc i same existed on June 12. 1953) and
(or lady) 35 to 65. Earn $97.50 as required by this article, according to law may be had and longitude 8727'00" west intersect:
held in addition to the seat
per week, or more. Car and ref the governor shall call the legisla- in any branch court house county within the same being in the middle of
ture together in extraordinary session -
Constitutional the Perdido River; thence up the
Proposed said The
For to consider the question of county. legislature may
erences personal reapportionment
necessary. middle of the Perdido River to the
provide also that the clerk of
Amendments To Be Votedon and such extra- any I point where it Intersects the south
interview in your area, write ordinary session shall mandatorilybe court or any other court officer boundary of the State of Alabama
within said county shall maintain
Watkins Fieldman, 659 West November 6 1962 required to reapportion its such offices within such municipality being also the point of intersectionof
membership before adjournmentand I
the'middle of the Perdido River
and have available such official
Peachtree St. NE Atlanta Ga. such extraordinary session so
with latitude Sl'00'00 north; thence
books and records therein
NOTICE OF ELECTION called shall not expire until reapportionment as may east along the south boundary
Sept. 6- 4tc be necessary to accomplish the
WHEREAS;, the Legislature of is effected and shall of this amendment pur- line of the State of Alabama, the
poses provided,
consider no business other than ;
1961 and the Extraordinary Sessionof however, that the principal officesof same being latitude 31.0000. northto
FOR SALE-L. P. Bulk Gas. We 1962 under the Constitution of reapportionment.Section such clerks or other officers the middle of the Chattahoochee

1885 of the State of'Florida, did 5. STATE CENSUS.-The shall not be removed from the Rivera: thence down the middle of
will fill your tank or we will pass Joint Resolutions proposing legislature shall no longer be reQuired county seat. said river to its confluence with

furnish you with a tank. Call amendments and revisions to the to provide for an enumera- NO. 5 the Flint River: thence In a straight
Constitution of the State of Flor- tion of the inhabitants of the state. SENATE:!: JOINT RESOLUTION line to the head of the St. Mary's
i Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at ida and the same were agreed to The last preceding decennial federal NO. 218 River; thence down the middle of

by a vote of three-fifths of the census beginning with the A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan said river to the Atlantic Ocean,
ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. Members elected to each house; federal census of 1960 shall also amendment to Section 9A of and extending therein! to a point

Aug. 30tfcWANTEDBulk that the votes of said Joint Resolu- be the state census and shall control Article V. of the State Constitu- three (3) geographic miles from
tions were entered upon their respective in all population acts and tion relating to the Duval County the Florida coast line meaningthe
Journals, with the yeas constitutional apportionments un- Criminal Court of record. line of ordinary low water a-
(L. P. Gas) cust' and nays thereon and they did less otherwise ordered by the BE IT RESOLVED by the Legisla- long that portion of the coast
'determine and direct that the said legislature. ture of the State of Florida which is in direct contact with the
tomers. Call Harris :
t' Appliance & Joint Resolutions be submitted to Section 6. If any part of this That section 9A. of Article V, of open sea and the line marking the.

Gas. ID 7.3367, Bunnell, Florida. the electors of the State at the Joint resolution Is declared uncon- the Florida constitution be amended seaward limit of Inland waters;
General Election on November 6, stitutional or null and void then by adding a second and third thence southeastwardly following a
Aug 30-tlc 1962. the entire resolution shall be null, unnumbered paragraphs, relating to line three (3) geographic miles

r Now therefore I. TOM ADAMS void and inoperative. the state attorney as prosecuting I distant from the Atlantic coast line

, FOR SAI.E--\30 foot house trailer Secretary- of State of the State of NO 2 attorney of the DUVAl county cram- .of the state and- three-- 12) leagues
Florida do hereby give notice COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR inal-court -ornrt"corci- cf 1."t- said distant from the Gulf of Mexico

r :Masonite. Call ID 73410. that a HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION resolution be submitted to the elec- coast line of the state to and

GENERAL ELECTION NO. 1443A tors of Florida for ratification or around the Tortugas Islands; thence
-
6-21-tf
. will be held In each county In JOINT. RESOLUTION proposingan rejection at the general election to northeastwardly three (3) leagues
Florida on Tuesday next suceed- amendment to Article XII of be held In November 1962; distant from the coast line to a

'. SEPTIC ,TANK-cleaning reasonable ing the first Monday in NovemberA. the State Constitution adding aSection SECTION 9A. Additional judge. point three (3) leagues distant
D.. 196%, the said Tuesday being to be numbered by the Duval County criminal court of from the coast line of the main-
f rates. George Jarosz, phone the Sixth day of November for the Secretary of State relating to the re ord.- land; thence north and northwest-

ratification or rejection of the election or appointment of super On and after the first any three (3) leagues distant
ID 7.3410 5-17 Tuesday
I n-17-paId Joint Resolutions proposing amend- intendent of public instruction in after the first Mo iday in January from the coast line to a point westof

ments and revisions to the Constitution Alachua. Charlotte. Collier. Man- 1965. the Stat Attorney of the the.mouth of the Perdido River

EXPERT: REPAIR SERVICE of the State of t Florida., viz: atee. Orange. Lee. Monroe. Leon. ; Fourth (4th) 'ndlcial Circuit shall three (3) leagues from the"coalt:
Indian St. line as measured on a line bearing-
No.1 River. Lucle. Broward. be the
I On TV Radios, Hi-Fi, Sewing HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. Baker. Brevard. Hendry and : Criminal prosecuting Court! of Record attorney of of Duval the o*01'00" west from the point of beginning -

30XA HIllsborouKh counties.BE Florida ; thence along said line to..
County and
Machines Vacuum Cleaners and the office of
t the point of
JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING IT RESOLVED by the Legisla- County Solicitor the position of beginning.
; all small appliances. All work AN AMENDMENT TO ture of the State of Florida: Assistant County Solicitor the The legislature may extend the-
- ARTICLE VII OF THE 'CON That article XII of the Florida sition of Soecial Investigator pO-for coastal boundaries to such limitsas
t guaranteed. Ormond Hardware, STITUTION OF THE STATEOF Constitution be amended as set the County Solicitor In Duval Coun- the laws of the United States
FOR forth below and that said or International law permit.
FLORIDA. PROVIDING resolu- ty, shall stand abolished and ter- may
50 W. Granada next 7-Eleven
APPORTIONMENT OF THE tion be submitted to the electorsof Inflated: and thereafter the State 9
I, '" Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 677- FLORIDA LEGISLATURE Florida for ratification or rejection Attorney and his Assistant Attor- HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION
PROVIDING FOR A STATE at the general election to be neys, under his direction shall NO. 1996
I 4414. May 17-tfc CENSUS AND SPECIAL ELEC- held in November. 1962. all the duties and functionsof perform A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing

TIONS. SECTION-.County superintendentof office heretofore performed by revision of Article II of the Con-
I BE IT RESOLVED BY' THE public Instruction; appointmentin the: County Solicitor. Pending in- stitution of the State of Florida.
Ocean front housekeeping
apartments LEGISLATURE OF THE STATEOF certain counties.
formations filed in the Criminal BE IT RESOLVED by the Legislature
1 and 2 bedrooms com- FLORIDA: (1) The county superintendent! of Court of Record shall not be Invalidated of the State of Florida: -
That the following amendment of public instruction shall be
appointed hereby and the State The toJ1owlng
Attorney
I pete with linens and all utilities. Article VII of the Constitution of by the cquntv board of : or his Assistant State Attorneys -- of Article II 'of the proposed Constitution revision of
Florida is agreed to and shall be public instruction in the countiesof
: may file amended Informa- Florida Is hereby
Sun deck fishing swimming agreed to and
submitted to the electors of this Alachua. Charlotte. Collier Manatee tions in any such cases If and when hall be submitted to the electors

loafing. Day week or month. state for ratification rejectionat Orange. Lee Monroe. Leon. necessary. The Legislature of the State for approval
may or reJection -
the general election to be held Indian River. St. Lucie. Broward. State Attorneys at the
next
Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. in November. 1962: Baker Brevard. Hendry and Hills- andoSpAsst ator. for that IB to say: general election.
I ARTICLE VII borough wherein the proposition is the State Attorney of the
: Fourth
., HE 9.2082 7-6tf APPORTIONMENT AND CENSUS affirmed by a majority vote of the Judicial Circuit and all Assistant I I ARTICLE II. Division of Pow-

I C' _ ....: Section 1. COMPOSITION OF qualified electors of any such coun- State Attorneys of said Fourth Ju- I ers.-The powers of the government -
>11 '' of the
Sate shall
>
WE be
I - N NXNXXS/ LKOiSLATURE. legisla- ty making the office of county superintendent iclal.Circuit shall be appointed I divided
ture of the State of Florida shall of public instruction Attorney and by I Into three departments: Legislative,
sworn in
JOHNSTON'SFLAGLER vonsist of a senate and a house of appointive, by the Court. Assistant'State ', Executive and Judicial. No person
'. representatives. Members of the (2) The board of public Instruc- shall work properly belonging to one of these, .
BEACH REALTY CO.: senate shall be elected for termf tion of the county must requestan the Attorneys ctlon, of the State under '_ departments shall exercise any

: OCEAN <''>''' (4) v.*rs and members of election which may be a special ney and shall have full Attor- power appertaining to either of-

LOTS HOMES FRONT the house shall be elected for a election or may be on the ballotof to do and Perform any official authority duties the other departments except Incases '- ,.

WATER FRONT FARMS term of two (2) years. The term of any regular primary or general and acts that the State Attorney i' expressly provided by this
'l.' rt "embers of the legislature shall election to be designated by the may do and perform constitution. ";I
ACREAGE expire on the first Tuesday after board of public instruction and said Fourth Judicial Circuit.within I i In Testimony Whereof. I have
the first Monday In November in upon such timely request the boardof this amendment hereunto set my hand and am"-ed
:, See u* for your real estate need adopted being the Great Seal ot the
." each regular election year. Mem- county commissioners of such all funds state of iriorTaHahassee. -,:'
appropriated
Office Phone HE '9.2242 bers of the senate and house of county will call such special election -' law approved by the Budget Commission by Ida at the Capital. '
representatives" shall be elected as or cause to be placed on the and budgeted this16th! day of September 'A- D
by the
t ; Residence Phones ID 73691or provide by law. Any new county ballot at such other election the of County Commissioners ot Board

,. that may be created shall be entitled proposition whether subsection 1 County Florida, and for the Duval ; TOM ADAMS .
ID 7-3517 to one (1) member in the shall be effective in such county. of ep1ploylng purnoee Secretary of State

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It :Jlagler each- 1 I Mohawk Indians Brooks smallest, Poles and Creeks and that, on without the TK RHHY MHLY1 r LLOVP KHRCSTJi! : ,

Fear or Concern. Nay, an
any I'
I Now Steelworkers T CJ.JIr QUrrE IU GET THEM FOR. DAD'S PLAN FOR A
Continued From Page 4 Indian will walk on the Ridgeof RU THESE YOU' M'DEAfc-BUTI KITCHEN STOOL
Modem Mohawks stroll on the a Barn or House and look pgssf DISHES\CAH SEE THAT A
the large crowd. The room count ON THE TCPLITTLE STOOL W
;,[. was won by the sixth .grade, girders of soaring steelwork as down the Gable-end and spit SHELF y THE KITCHEN WOULD
-,-< having more than fifty per cent surely as their ancestors once upon the Ground, as unconcerned BEFog YOU HANPV use*" .1
-.- of their parents present. padded' along forest trails. as if he was walking on Terra PLYWOOD.NAIL ANCGLUE ,
Mrs. Johnson' formally introduced Almost totally lacking in fear I firma." SOTS
i"JI the following officers: of heights, Mohawks' are widely Wherever their courage comes TDENPS ATTACH .
vice president, Mrs. Charles ;employed in the construction of from, Mohawks have helped D = TO? _
f: Meekins; secretary' M'S. Bryce skyscrapers, says the National change the face of New York
Sheeler; treasurer, Mrs. Bob Geographic Society. More than City The United Nations Secretariat 1J
i Whitney. I:1,000 from reservations in Canada and Rockefeller Centerare 'L
E t' Committee chairmen named: and upper New York State I just two of the multistoried

program, .Mrs., Bernie Wilson; now live in Brooklyn. Nearlyall projects on which Mohawks rVCORNER.

. publicity, Jeanette Owens; de- the men and. youths _earna worked. .
votional. Mrs:|-V.. W. Haines; full-time living hundreds of The job that took the highest g RNr,, A k>O BLOCK 1
'
r membership, Mts:Grady Prather; feet above the ground. 1,472 feet-was the TV tower
.
n hospitality, Mrs. Allen Reynolds Few signs in Brooklyn's closely atop the Empire State Building. I
lt ; carnival, Mrs. ,Richard Lit, knit community of Mohawks i First Job Almost the Last .
j
t 3' telfield; co-carnival Mrs. Pete i hint of its origin. Traditional Tom Jacobs, a veteran riveter, 24 HourWrecker .
t Peterson., I language and dress are saved remembers his first job after ServiceFlagler j

Ii Room mothers: First, Mrs. Lit- ,for ceremony. But tribal feel- leaving the reservation, because, '
f tlefield and Mrs. Reynolds; sec ings remain strong, and most I he said, "It was almost my last. ,
t:'E ond, Mrs. Oma Clark and Mrs.I Mohawks return to their reser- "It was a big apartment build- Truck &' Tractor Co.
i R. F. McDaniel; third, Mrs. vations for vacation. ing uptown. in Manhattan, on
Meekins ,and ,Mrs. Charles Mis-I'Bridge Fascinated Them Fifth Avenue," Mr. Jacobs told I MASSEYFERGUSONGrove

F: sinne; fourth, Mrs. Whitney and Mohawks became acquaintedwith Robert L. Conly, Assistant Editor I Farm Industrial Equipment
: Mrs. Tom Duncan; fifth, Mrs. the industrial age in 1886, of National Geographic. "I was
VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
,Peterson and Mrs. Tom Gallo- when a bridge across the St. working on a corner 200, maybe
.' way; sixth, Mrs. Owens and Mrs. Lawrence River was started on I II 300 feet up. My ,foot slipped, Owner Bunnell, Florida
-:. Roy McNab.: Caughnawaga Reservation in and all of a sudden there was .
r Mrs Johnson then introduced Canada. Many got jobs as laborers j I I nothing under me but the

If the teachers, all new parents Soon they were swarm- ground, so far away I could
r and all other members present ing over the narrow beams, hardly see it. FOR

f W. E. Fennell, Jr., principal and learning the art of riveting. "When I felt myself falling,. I PROTECTION AGAINST EXPENSES OF
t" sixth grade teacher, gave a Hardened Steelworkers were stuck out my arm, and it caught
! ', few words of welcome to members often startled to find Indians I I I a beam. I just hung there, CANCER

I and special guests present. peering over their shoulders.By swinging in the wind. When the AND OTHER DREAD DISEASESH.
The group voted "yes" to the the time the bridge was fin- other men saw me, they all be-
reccommendation of the executive ished, the Mohawks' future was COOK
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, Dinner on Wednesday, October Manhattan's building boom in I I I

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.. on the following Saturday, and good pay in skyscraper could do. I got my other hand I
l October 27th. The group also construction. Mohawks began to up on that beam, and then I
t: voted to make furnishing the drift down, primarily from Can- chinned myself and got a leg CRAIG FUNERAL HOMEA.

[ new lounge for 'teachers their ada, to settle across the river I over it and climbed up. I sat
l\ project this year. from the isle of steel. there for a while, to get my H. CRAIG. Funeral Director
r Upon request of one of the No one knows why the breath, and then I went back JOHN HARDIN. Associate
t:, teachers, five ladies volunteered haks take so eagerly to 1\10-1 I to work." AIR OXYGEN
; to help make bean bags to be I Ik spine-chilling work.: However,I LADY
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'. Three committees were appointed American Indians. In 1714, John near Sebring, is the catwalk out
by Mrs. Johnson: The Lawson, an English surveyorand through the Hammock and Phone ID 7-3532

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chairman, and Mrs. Gene Spivey 'They will walk over deep Creek. 'I 'I
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since its beginning and especially
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