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Title: Flagler Tribune
Uniform Title: Flagler Tribune
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Bunnell, Fla.
Publication Date: December 27, 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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( VOLUME 50, NO. 51 BUNNELL, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. .27, 1962 $2.50 A YEAR f


,; t :Mi's.Stallings Florida Bidding .I ; HAPPY NEW YEAR ,Florida Fair' j'I '


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:;', Passes Away Activity Shows I f i At Tampa Opens.OnFebruaryl5 '

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: t : Tuesday ,Morning Slight IncreaseOctober i i'I i r ri r The 58th annual Florida State 1

: Fair at Tampa February 15-16
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Mrs. Gussie Stallings ,of East building permit activity will feature the opening t>f. anew i iI
i Palatka mother of Mrs.' x,Dave rallied from August and I cultural center for year

'Ferryman of Bunnell, passed September lows to reach the / S 'around use as a convenient fo

: 'away ,suddenly early Tuesday highest level of October permit cal point of interest in arts and

: morning. She' .was visiting 'at activity since 1959, a University I I sciences.v
. ,i, the 'Ferryman home when she of Florida statistical' report re- The exposition complex of four I
stricken with heart at. leased this week reveals. 1 I
was a, exhibit halls will be tied together -
i tack. I
The University's; Bureau of by an ornate canopied central I
She is survived by her hus- .'
;f I Economic and 'Business Research entrance and foyer to provide,
band, Jerry W. Stallings of, East I 1
feet for
80,000 square enlargedorchid
reports iri the latest issue of ,the I
i Palatka; .a 'daughter, :Mrs. Dave Florida Construction Review hibiscus, and other flower '
It Ferryman of Bunnell; 'a brother, I shows,. an art exhibition of
that the October;>> figure is up 4.5 ff" ,r
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,S. A. :,Davis of St Petersburg.Also both 'traditional and contemporary j'
per cent over the same 'month sr.I'
surviving ,are two grand. modes, the fair's largest
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last pushing the total .for
year
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children of Bunnell. ::1 participation of foreign national -I
',. the first 10 months Qf 1962, ,over .
'Funeral'service will be held '
exhibitors electrical
a gUttering'new
the. billion dollar mark.The ; tt
at the Masters Memorial Chapelin j t building, and educational

Palatka: this morning at 10 number of new private!I 11/ j presentations.
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o'clock. Interment will follow' housekeeping units authorizedin fit Construction has, been startedon
here at' Hope Cemetery. October jumped from 'a Sep \ t!/W? MI t,J S SItC the new center as the initial

Masters. Funeral Home,of Pa. tember low of 4,561 to'6,208, ,the S phase of an expanded fair-
'I latka is in charge of, arrange. highest number authorized 'for \ l.; grounds on its present midtown

ments.. the month of October since; 1959.It .!. m slt. Future plans envision an
ulta-modern coliseum, observation -
i is also the largest number i .
tower, and other buildings
; .Holiday Death Toll of any month 'since ,January,I tin a modern Moorish motif to

; 1962 when, they totaled 6,358.: ['cOinIde' with architecture of
Is Above '800 Mark *The report notes that monthly I the neighboring University of i
activity during 1962 has been
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f marked the traditloii- stable and to 1
Tragedy more' subject less I h '
Carl D. Brorein, president of
al joyous, gay Christmas holf-' .fluctation. than last year-,and '
(the non-profit fair association,
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_day in,:hundreds of_homes acroSs''the that the total valuation 'for the I
announced 1963 highlights at
a on.Yitli''a". death ,toll. pf first ten,months of 1962,were up '
recent meetings of city and .
I
I' some 800 in' traffic, acdden s, .1.8 per cent over last year's fig ''c I Ir. county officials, placing heavy
4. fires and miscellaneous:inlslzai s.F ures. The' total valuation amounted '
emphasis on agriculture horticulture -
TheNo. killer, usual, was to ; !
as. 1068743000.
and livestock.
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-\ ,traffic With final n\\>t I, : S \
t figures. Th .,YAIw of public* : construction , .. : \i. Among' foreign governments .
yet announced, the count\showed I ; has gone up 10.4. per, tent' ; rpl 8i1n..t to-ahoWA th. ,the lnMr- _
.. ,618, ..'d gd lti .JB&terf :." 4.,;;?.& 1 \ :_.- .
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__, .. '" .. '\ pers4n : ,1f .anu.c: pu, > "lctI. on.<,re.: *'ifionalIsection orthVnewturai cult
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.;- hide accidents\ ,during"the jvday 'fQ r- al e. ,to{ Jast. Octoberslevel S f 'Brazil
\ center are Belgium, ,
Christmas holiday period, being ,up only.0.9"per cent 2: iif ii- -F_'France, Italy,' and Japan.
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beginning, Friday and ending In the private construction, Three gala parades will feature -

Wednesday morning. 'gory residential construction- ,is : daily programs of fair

0 Fires. killed 104 persons,. 'and 'down 1.5 per' cent and nonresidential ,- events. These will include the

:79 others, were killed' In a var[! : private ,construction I !r I spectacular Gasparilla celebration I,
I ',ety of, accidents.' 'The,overall< to.r ,is up"!9.8 percent over last year's rI in which a unique and pic

..tat'w' s' 801."Great .,,figures. <' rI I turesque pirate fleet "invades" I
The,greatest gain in construction I the city for a lavish three-hour t

\. .,_ 't / activity. was in" LakelandEast procession of scores of bands {

Central Florida district, and floats, passing in review at
Masterpiece"Announces : ,which -sported a 38 percent gain s. the nation's first state fair in I

'- :over October, 1961. Jacksonville ,1963. '
Changes was.:second with a 23 per cent Gasparilla Day this winter I i

Management of The Great gain. Entering third place was will be Monday, February 11;' a f!

Mastepiece, Lake Wales tourist the Miami Metropolitan, area red' letter date for Florida! .visitors . I
'attraction, :announces the Swiss with an 18JJ per cent ,increase.A jj. S and residents alike. ;I S I

,Cable Car concession has been .24 per cent ,drop in construction'activity -, The fair opens Tuesday, February !

;purchased by Swiss Cable Cars : : during October, 5, with a traditional fun- I
:of Florida, Inc.: In operation two ,1962 in the- Daytona Beac4-Lees making parade of Shriners' mu !

years',the Cable,car ride through burg-Brooksville district resulted sic and marching groups from I i
a',Florida jungle, ,h proved a man over two and one-half million all parts of the country. A mag-
,popular. tourist attraction. valuation decrease. for: that I! tfW nifiicent illuminated night pa
Extensive remodeling of the area. The Pensacola-West Florida t. Yw rade, "Caribbean Carnival," with !

entrance ramp, a complete renovation area was ,down 26.4 per cent J w S a distinctive tropical flavor, ,will
of'cable hangars and the and ,the Orlando Metropolitan' I accent the fair's second week,
t 'erectIon of a Swiss Chalet type area: dropped 20 per cent I i ll lljiVF Thursday, February 14. ,

of entrance is currently in_ prog Leading: in the number of per- Thrilling International Motor
ress. mits authorized for private and Car Association accredited auto iI
.
The cable ,cars (travel half a public dwelling units in Octoberwas I races and top grandstand at.,
mile through the treetops of the :the West Palm Beach-Fort tractions, plus Royal American
jungle area of:the Great Master Lauderdale district ,with 1,320. i 1 .... Shows midway, will provide en I

piece. Designed'as' scenic tour This figure helped maintain that tertainment throughout the fair :

and not a "thrill" ride, the cars area as the ,state's leader in period.
have been a drawing card for dwelling permits Issued during Expositions of agriculture, ,

photographers seeking unusual 1962-a total of 12,002. horticulture, poultry, beef, and ,
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angles for their pictures The Miami Metropolitan area dairy cattle, swine, honey, and "
Principal stockholdersjn Swiss had 1,236 units authorized in.October j + ..5ti j rabbits will be shown, along ,

Cable Carsof Florida, Inc,, are which brings its total this with modern living, aerospace,
Watson Whiteside, manager of year to 8,65O-the second high women's handicrafts, scientific,
The Great Masterpiece and,Warner est in the ,state. Third was the eduational, electrical, and other
Turnquist, a grounds: man- Tampa-St Petersburg ,Metropolitan exhibits. Prizes and premiums'*
ager of the atlracti n.' Tickets area which authorized 747 for competitive displays total
for the,cable car ride have been October permits-pushing. its 'total more than $100,000. S
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stablized, children under six are to 8,570.Researchers. /, I Calendar of Special Events -, '
free when accompanied by an in the Bureau ,of Shrine day and parade-Tues: ;

adult, Eoconomic and Business Re- day February 5. I j

Besides the' ,Swiss Cable Cars, searc: base, their findings on construction International Orchid Show- !
The Great Masterpiece featuresthe data collected in cooperation c Tuesday, Saturday,. February. 5- I
only authentic mosaic reproduction with the U.S. Bureau 9. f
of Leonardo da Vinci's of the Census. Reports are released Hibiscus Show-February 11
immortal "Last Supper"; The two 'months behind actual 16. '

Amazing Howell Glass Blowers; activity because of the time -. Tampa Fedration of Garden

the*Mosaic, 'Studio and Bill and Information necessary for Clubs. Flower, Arrangements
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j', .FAGBTWO. THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA--.- _. Thursday, Dec. 27, 1962


: advisable to put too much forceon I of the men and shall note, the,4W TilE! CIRCUIT COURT W AND
I the ball. fouls FOil FLAGLER _
and notify the referee COUNTY FLOR
i 1DA. CASE N0. 818 .
when three consecutive fouls]i IN RE: FORFEITURE
OF
L.i 1 ; "I decided that by making the J FOLLO'VINC1 DESCRIBED THE
: have been made. He shall have j ERTY: 7- PROP.
goal horizontal the ball would "
.w3p power to disqualify men according j 1 1. 19U 2 door Chevrolet Sedan
1 .T have to be thrown in a: curve Serial No. 8GKG 14H.
to Rule 5. 2. 1948 4 door DOdge Sedan Serial .
minimizing the severe drivingof t No. 31045135.
11. The referee shall be judgeof
ball. In order to avoid 3. 1953 4 door. DeSoto
\ a haying +I Yeh. Sedan
the ball and shall decide !j No. 550156U.
L the defense congregate a- JVOTICE OF SALE
when the ball is in play inbounds Notice i& hereby given that.
round the it In
goal, was placed
accordance
to which side it belongs, with the provisions of
yo By Leslie Pache above, their heads, so that once itI0.nH 562-<05. Florida Statutes
I and shall keep the time. He .if .tne above-described property '

i ORIGIN OF BASKETBALL about the origin of basketball, the ball, left the individual's shall decide when a goal has to will the*>*highest offered bidder for sale for cash
hands it was not likely to be on the 14th
\ .There is no mystery about the written in 1937 whilehe was a I been made, and keep accountof day o'clock of January A. D. 1963. at 12:0
interfered with. Then rules Noon.
t origin of basketball. The game professor at the University of were the goals, with any other duties The amount of. the highest bid
made to eliminate roughness must K.
is an American invention. It has Kansas, in Lawrence: !: that are usually performedby sale and delivery immediately after /"
of
such as shouldering articles accepted -
i achieved great success as an attraction "We decided that there shouldbe pushing, a referee. immediately thereafter.
kicking etc. The ball to Prospective bidders
was
: Y. drawing more.and more a game that could be played be 12. The time shall be two 15 the vehicles at the Flagler may County inspect
handled with the hand .
;' spectators as it has developed. indoors in the evening and dur- only.It minute 'halves, with five min during Jail on business East Moody Boulevard. '
could hours.
not be drawn into the
.\ Today it attracts as many perhaps ing the winter seasons. Dr.. Gu- utes rest between. Receipt for amount of highest '
body and thus bid will be given
i more 'fans than any sport licks assigned me the task of encourage rough I 13. The side making the most I sale. Bill of sale immediately will be executed after
ness.
c' In. existence.Rule inventing .a game Ho/ fill this goals in that time shall be de and two delivered(2) days after to purchaser sale. within 4

f changes that led to in- particular part of our work. He "The manner of putting the I clared the winner. In case of I A.Dated D. 1962.this 12th day of December

creased scoring and intensified was led to assign this work tome 'ball into play was then con- a draw the game may by I (Seal) Clerk SMYTHE

s 1, activity on the court can be because a couple of state- sidered. Two individuals were agreement of the captains be Pec. 20-27-tc of the Circuit Court '

i I credited for the game's rise in ments I had made that it was selected and took their stations continued until another goal is .....

' popularity. From America the possible to invent such a game in the middle of the floor! The made. FLAGLER IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY,COURT FLORIDA.'Of

1'I' game 'has.spread to many parts and that mature individuals did ball was thrown up so as to So rapid was the growth of Catherine IN CHANCERY McGovern NO.Yasinaka.4333

't of the world. not desire physical developmentbut land between them, giving as basketball that gymnasiums indifferent Plaintiff -

;, Two peach baskets fastened to some enjoyable form of ,rec nearly equal chance as possible. parts of the country va.Henry Yasinska,

a gymnasium balcony in the reation.,, .... The nearest approach to the ball merely adopted the basic principles Defendant.

winter:of'1891 provided the start "I ''first tried to modify some needed was the soccer ball, of the game and never THE STATE NOTICE OP TO FLORIDA.DEFEND TO: '

for the game., The peach bas of the existing games so thatthey which we' selected.. waited to get the: detailed rules HENRY 441 YASINSKA
.1 Middle Road q
ket gave the game its name-I would meet the requirements "To get goals we used a!from Dr. Naismith. This eventually You Hazlet. New Jersey

basketball. Its inventor,waS the but failed to make any couple of old peach baskets I led to confusion in intersectional suit has are been hereby filed notified against that you in a

late Dr. James A. ,Naismith, an I game suitable for indoor wora11I k. hanging one at each end of the play, because colleges are the hereby above entitled required cause to file; and you

I instructor at the International then left out the idea of any gym. From this basketball de had one set of rules, high school with the Clerk of this your Court.answer f

Y..Me C.A. Training School at individual game 'and began /to, veloped." and others, and the same was the and: plaintiff to serve or a plaintiffs copy thereof attorney upon
,
Springfield, Mass., now Spring- think of the fundamental prin Basketball originally was true of Y. 2 L C. A. and A. A.U. whose RAY name SELDEN and address is: 1 j

field College.In (ciples bf all, games. I discovered I'I played with '7 men on a side, branches throughout the coon Selden Building j,
the before basketball that in all team some'kind try. Daytona Beach Florida
years games !
then 3, then 8. Now it is 5. Atone not later than January 12. A. D.
was originated, gynasiums were of a ball was used. Thenext i time the consisted of 1963.
game If fail j
you to do
not popular places. Members i step was to appreciate the 3 periods of 20 minutes each. BIG LEAGUERS TAKE STEPS confesso will be entered so. decree against pro

were bored! by calisthenics another d fact that football was roughbecause At time 3 you for the relief demanded in the-
I one penalties constituted TO CUT WASTED TIME bill of complaint. The nature of
non-competitive gymnasium you had to allow the defense a point. Goals from field : said suit being for divorce.
The Big without
Leagues
t 'VITNESS'Day
hand an seal of
activities. Weight lifting, to tackle because the of which now count 2 points, once, making basic in the I said Court this 10th day of De
Indian club twirling. and bar fense ran'' with the 'ball. Accordingly any changes cember A.D. 1962.
counted 3. In other days whena I playing rules, each took.,three (Official Seal) E. A. SMYTHE
chinning were held dull and rou if the offense didn'thav foul was committed the injured I Clerk of said Circuit Court
steps at a meeting held in New ,By Julia R.
tine and gymnasium member opportunity} to run with team called Deputy
upon a spe York November 30 to cut downon Clerk
ship began to decline. There the ball, there would be no nec clalist foul shooter. Under those Dec. 13-20-27 & Jan. 34toIN
wasted time. The N. L. votedto
was need for a game ,that could essity for tackling and'we wouldthus rules a specialist at Fordham m : ENTH THE CIRCUIT, COURT. SEV

,be played indoors under artificial eliminate, ;roughness. Thisis once' shot 28 goals. 1. Limit the pitcher to five AND FOR JUDICIAL FLAGLER'CIRCUIT COUNTY IN:*
light, would not bedifficult too the fundamental principle of FLORIDA ,IN EQUITY. EQUITYAnthony.
1 Original Rules of Basketball warmup throws before the start I NO. 4548 '. ,

and would. be interest basketball. 1. The ball may be thrown in of each inning. Formerly the Phillip Svoboda,
ing. "The next step was to seCure Plaintiff..
direction with vs.
any one or both pitcher was allowed eight.
Dr. .Naismith set !to work to some kind of goal, througall h ,hands. Anna Mae Svoboda,
2. Allowthe
\ create sucha. the f which the ball could be : manager only one Defendant.
game. Jn passed. 2.r.Th ball n\ay be batted in NOTICE TO APPEAR AND
: trip to the mound each
f. of 189lV the'physi al directors In thinking it goals the direction inningfor , THE ANSWER
any with one or both'hands. each pitcher. On the IN NAME 'OF THE STATE
:of come waS out'that second OF 'FLORIDA .
the country had to the fact brought the
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Never with the '
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fist) trip during an inning, the manager TO: ANNA MAE SVOBODA, Defendant -
conclusion that maybe neither more force that was put on the 3.A player cannot with
run
must remove the You
the Germans Swedish French ball the likelihood there'was pitcher. are hereby notified that a
or more
the ball. The player must throw 3. Make it mandatory for the suit has been brought against you
systems gave us the kind of of having it:, pass throughthe it from the who in the Circuit Court of Flagler
one catches it, pitcher 'to take his place in the County. Florida, in Equity by
.. work that would hold our membership ( goal. It then oCcurred'that: ,allowance to be made for a man on-deck circle ANTHONY PHILLIP SVOBODj,
in the Y's. if the ball be thrown a curveit while'awaiting Plaintiff and you are hereby required -
I who catches :the ball when running his time at bat. to file personally: or by attorney -
E Here is Dr. Naismith's story would not be necessary nor it he tries to I with the Clerk of said
stop.
The American League alreadyhas Court your written defenses if
4. The ball must be held by any to the Bill in Equity in said
a more restrictive rule on suit before
on or the 12th
day
BUNNELL, HIGH SCHOOL ,BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1962-63 the hands; the arms or body manager-pitcher conferences. It of January. A.D. 1963 and also to
must be serve a copy of your written defenses t
for
Friday, January 4, Father Lopez A & B Boys Home 7:00 used holding ,it. provides that the pitcher must upon Messrs. Ossinsky & ...

Saturday, January 5, Baldwin' Boys & Girls Home 7:00 5. No shouldering, holding be removed when the: manager: their Krol. offices Attorneys at 411 for Main Plaintiff Street at ,

Tuesday, January 8, St Joseph A & B ,Boys Home 7:00 pushing, tripping, or striking in makes his second trip to the fore Daytona the Beach 12th Florida, on or be-
day of January, A D.
Saturday, Jan. 12, Crescent City A & B' Boys There 6:30 any way the person of an opponent mound in a game, not just In 1963' as required by, the Florida

Tuesday, Jan. 15, Orange Park A Girls There 5:30 shall be allowed; the first one Inning as the N. L. regulation Rules Statutes of Civil and Procedure herein and fall FlorIda not-
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Friday; January 18, Fla. D & B Boys & Girls Home 7:00 infringement of this rule by any requires. or Decree Pro Confesso and Final "

Tuesday. 'January 22, Taylor A Girls There 7:15 player shall count. as a foul the American new rules- -------A- nitrher by Decree default will be entered against you !,
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Friday, January 25, Taylor A & B Boys There 7:15 second shall disqualify him until will be allowed eight warmup which That said the suit name has of been the Instituted Court in I

Saturday, January 26, Hastings A & B Boys Home 7:00 the next goal is made or, if throws for the first 30 days of 'Is the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial -

Tuesday, January 29, Callahan A & B Boys There 7:00 there was evident intent to in- the' season (when the weather Flagler Circuit County of, Florida in Equity, in and, and for

i Friday, February 1, St.: Augustine A & B Boys There 6:30 jure the person, for the whole may be cold) but only five such herelnabove that the title set of forth.said cause is as

Saturday, Feb. 2, Fla. Military A, & B Boys There 7:00 game no substitute allowed. pitches. thereafter. You are further notified that the

Saturday, Feb. 2, Green Cove A Girls There 6:30 6. A foul is striking atthe/ The pitcher must take his divorce nature of and said other suit relief is a suit as for set

Tuesday, Feb. 5, Father Lopez A & B Boys There 6:30 ball with fist, violation of Rules place in the on-deck circle as forth WITNESS In Plaintiffs Bill in Equity.

Friday, February 8, St. Joseph A & B BoYs'There 7:00 3, 4 and such as described in the batter, in order. office at Bunnell.my hand Florida an, this seal 10th of

Friday February 8 Orange Park A & B Girls Home 4:30 Rule 5. ..The .day of December, A. D. 1962.
catcher,!taking his placein (Seal) E..A.. SMYTHE
Monday, Feb. 11, Crescent City A & B Boys Home' 7:00 7. If either side makes three on-deck circle must do so As of Clerk of the Circuit Court t
Flagler
FEBRUARY 13 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTTuesday consecutive fouls, it shall counta without wearing any of his By Julia R.County Harvey Florida.

Feb. '19, St. Augustine A & .B Boys .Home 7:00: goal for the opponents (con catching equipment. OSSINSKY & KROlJ Deputy Clerk. ,

-Monday, Feb. 25, Fla. Military A & B Boys Home 6:30 secutive means without the op Solicitors 411 Main for Street Plaintiff

ponents in the meantime makinga ERNIE CRAWFORD MAKES Daytona Beach. Florida

foul). LITTLE ALL-STATE TEAM Dec. 13-20-27' & Jan 3-4tc "-

FOR 8. A goal shall be made Ernie Crawford tailback of'' IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT, SEV-
ENTH JUDICIAL
when the ball is thrown.. or batted the Baldwin Indians and winner AND FOR FLAGLER CIRCUIT COUNTY.IN
.., PROTECTION AGAINST. EXPENSES, . FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. CASE ;
I' : '-.' ., from the grounds into the of :the St. Johns River Conference. fO. 45ss ,

; -: CANCER basket: and stay there provided title was picked for the first: IN THE RE: I
MATTER OF APPLICATION
those defending the goals do not team on the: 16th annual Miami ,FOR NAME CHANGE OREN

.. AND OTHER DREAD,DISEASES. touch or disturb the goal. If the Herald's little all-state football LAMAR STRICKLANDTO

H. T. COOK AGENCY. ball rests on .the edges, and 4he team. OREN LAMAR NOTICE KNIGHT

:'; ; Phone ID 7. 1' ''' :Buanell Florida opponents move the basket, it, Ernie, a battling five feet six TO: OREN M. STRICKLANDco

shall count as a goal. inch 165 pound halfback, was Sharp Mrs.StreetBalnbrldge M. D. Strickland.

'9. When the ball goes off top scorer In the conference and Georgia

bounds it shall be thrown into who gained YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
. : over 1,000 yards. that a Petition for Change of Nameof
< the field 'of play by the person Ernie scored two TD's on runs the white male minor OREN
HOME LAMAR STRICKLAND, was filed
: CRAIG FUNERAL first touching it He has a rightto of 60 and 65 yards and passed in the above cause on the 4th day

'hold it unmolested for five for another TD in a playoff for V.of December KNIGHT and 1962 you by MARGARET are hereby

.' A. CRAIG Funeral Dbecte seconds. In case of a disputethe the St. Johns Conference over commanded the to be and appear in
above-named Court on or before -
JOHN 'HABDXN. Associate: umpire slrall throw it Father Lopez 1913. the 3rd day of January A. D.
straight into the field. This e Ernie will be in Bunnell Jan 1963 to show cause if any there
be. why the Petition for
., :' Changeof
AIR LADYATTENDANT OXYGEN thrower-ki allowed five seconds uary 5th when the Baldwin Indians Name should not be granted.

-. CONDITIONEDCHAPEL I ,. I EQUIPPED ; if he holds it longer, it play Bunnell in a basket DATED. A. D. this 1962.4th day of December -

AMBULANCES shall go to the opponents. If ball tilt. Ernie plays guard. (SEAL) Clerk E.of A.the SMYTHB Circuit Court I

:> any side persists'in delaying the December 6-13-0-1-4to I

Phone ID 7-3532. game the umpire -shall call afoul More than 200 underwater motion .

.. that side. Subscribe to The Flogler Tribune
on pictures have been at Flor
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Migrant
water to ,seal them, then i iI SHEL TON'S GROCERY
The poinsettia 'Is blooming on I dipped again in an acid bathto i .
,acres of ,gift-wrapping paper,' assure that the fragile blossoms ,
will arrive fresh at markets ]
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ledges. throughout the country.i i : ,
The annual Mid-Winter' Poin :I Week Days. 8:00 a. m. to..7:00 p. m. PRICES GOOD- DEC. 27-31 ,.
Unlike such, ancient and traditional settia Festival in San Diego!
1 t Christmas symbols as County extends from mid.No-1 Saturdays 8:00 a. m. to..9:00 p. m. WE WILL BE CLOSED JANUARY 1st
t holly and mistletoe, the red, vember.,through Christmas. Scar- :
; and green poinsettia originated : let blossoms blanket the hills.1

,, National in tropical Geographic,America Society., says the' Judges yardsticks measure and climb prize blooms ladders by to:I Bring In the New Year 1963 With These PricesWORLD'S

t' :"Joel Robert Poinsett, whowent determine the height of roof-I
to ,Mexico in 1825'' as the high plants. I '
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first United States Minister i BESTGROUND ,
Leaves ,Brighter than Flowers
; there admired the wild
so scar-
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. let plant that he brought the Though the poinsettia has to I 5 IBS. FOR
first specimens to the United be potted and protected in northern BEEF $$19.9u.
States. He successfully grew ,states, the perennial thrivesin I
moist, of the
shady areas
' them on his estate aft Charles I
, ton, South Carolina, southern United States, Mexico,I
I and parts of South America. Red I
:*American botanists ,named the S. CHOICE ..
plant after Poinsett in 1836. is the most common color, but I .
"Beautiful Euphorbia" there are white, pink, and yel- i
It was later found that a'' low varieties. I CHUCK POUND 63'FAT
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German; botanist Karl, Ludwig The poinsettia's bright blossoms I
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Willdenow, ,had already described is!,not the flower but;high
and catalogued .the'plant' as ly modified'petal.like leaves or .
rima. "the bracts. The actual flowers are
Euphorbia pulche or
very beautiful' ''Euphorbia." But tiny, yellow rosettes in the cen- Swift's Premium and Armour Star Bag

the popular name, poinsettia, ter. The poinsettia's botanical Ib. "
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family, Euphorbia, makes a .
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:Other countries call it the specialty of surrounding incon BACK ,
a. spicuous flowers with
Firepl nt, Mexican Flame Leaf, flashy
Shepherdess, and ,Lobster Plant leaves.
Promotion of the potted poinsettia To Americans, the poinsettiais SMOKED
primarily a decorative Christ..
as a special Christmas .
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.plant'was begun in,1911 by Paul mas ornament, but in other '
Ecke of San Diego County, Calif.. countries it has had a more HOG JOWLS Ib 19
The 400-acre, JEcke ranch is to- practical value. The red leaves ., .
day the world's largest poinset were once widely used by Mexican .
,
Indians to make a scarlet
tia farm \ '
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More than 90 per cent of all dye. The stem's milky juice was "- , ' ." . .
made into a tonic for nursing i
United States commercial
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are grown in San Diego mothers. I
County. There aie two separate
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it- . I I NEWYF to All Our Friends and I
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Through Judean Hills

,))10 Jack Meekins: were Mr. and Mrs. The way to Bethlehem winds
Richard Wellons and family through the bleak Judeara hills. I
Customers! t
L from Roanoke, Va. They, werek It is crowded before Christmas I .
, en route to spend the ''holidays with visitors hurrying on foot,
;. : in Naples, Florida. Mrs. Wel in cars, taxis, and buses. '.-, (
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L.; Ions is a niece of Mrs. Meekins. As the road nears town, cul- ., ,
tivation increases. Terraces rib NEW YEAR'S TRADITION-.. I
", Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney had the hillsides. Bedouin girls follow -
as (their guests over Christmas wheat harvesters to glean HOG JOWLS AND BLACK EYE PEAS t
I Mr. Whitney's parents, Mr,,and grain. The music from shep-
. Mrs.William Whitney from Cler- herds' .reed flutes echoes thinlyin Copeland's,Smoked 10 Oz. Birdseye Frozen Black Eye
f-'; I mont. the crisp air.

r '' I Looking eastward over stark Jowls u 29* PEAS 2 'kcs. 49
l PTA MEETING POSTPONEDThe wilderness, a traveler can see Hog .
the deep cleft of the Jordan Riv-
, regular meeting of the
and the Dead Sea. Beyond,
-' Flagler Beach PTA scheduled for er
blue haze hovers over the
L. the first Tuesday in the month mountains 'of Moab. Palm River,SlicedBACON Western Corn Fed Center Cut
; is postponed to January 8th.
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;;;c Mr. .and,Mrs. Frank Brede left Time this part seems of to the have Holy stoppedin Land, L1 49< Pork Chops ". 69*

Sunday (to spend Christmas in which probably looked much the ,
r Orlando with their daughter same when Joseph and Mary
' and son in law, Dr. and 'Mrs.' came down from Nazareth. The -
William H. Kelley. route they took is ,not known,
Copeland' All MealFRANKS Baby Beef
but it would have been logicalfor
Christmas guests of Lyman, them to go from their 'village .
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to the Sea of Galilee and .
I Flora and Emily Gage included 49. LIVER 49
,Mf. and Mrs. R. S. xCribbet and follow the Jordan some 60 miles
son, David: from Macon, 111., .south, nearly to the Dead Sea,
W. E. Chester from Detroit, and before turning, toward Bethle I
Mr.', and Mrs. Bill Frazier, also hem.
from, Defrost.CHRISTMAS. The valley route ,would have FOLGER BAKE, RITE
been warm,in winter and easieron
LIGHTING Mary than a more direct >
WINNERS'ANNONUCED trail over mountains of the in COFFEE SHORTENING

Mrs. Frank Brede, chairman of terior.
the Gardenub's lighting con- The carpenter and his young
test, announced' 'the winners. wife found ,Bethlehem stirring
First,place, Rufus Miller_ ,,second dustily with crowds of people IB. CAD .
place T. R. Elaine, ,third ,Frank and animals. The census decreed 39 3ctf: 49Limit

Dodimead, fourth: ,: J, Castalanlia by Caesar Augustus was
fifth, Charles Vandling., underway, and Judeans like
sixth Iren ,Maseznore. Joseph had to appear in the city '.1 With $5.00 or More Food Order Limit 1 With $5.00 or More Food Order

Honorable mention was given of David, whose house and line- .
to Nage.Abraham, Richard Lerch, age they claimed, to register -
Willis White,'Dean Peterson,Joe: their ho Seho ds., Riceland Tender:Grain Shurfuie. Evaporated
, Preston and. ,Neil ,Givens Bethlehem was then an Insig- r

to Mrs.thank Brede everyone stated she who wished; participated had nificant been little a caravansary town, though since it RICE iff: 25'2y2 I MILK 2 ffi;t 25<

and,,also .the town for about 900 B.C. But it did not
lighting the park. have long to wait for fame.
Jesus's birth there in a manger

Mrs., Claudia Ward and son put Bethlehem promptly on the SIZE SHURFINE 2i/2 SIZE SHURFINEPEACHES
Bradof Gainesville, were guestsof I map.
Mr. and Mrs. George MoodyJr. 1 Origen Among Early Pilgrims F "T
., over ,the Christmas: holidays. Pilgrims soon started seekingout Cocktail4CFtP1O
..I the stable-grotto linked to .>
Mr. and, ,Mrs. Judson, Stryker:,the Nativity. One of ''the first
Jr., of Gainesville' are spendingthe carefully documented'pilgrim-
Christmas,holidays here.Mr. ages was made about A.D. 238 00
-_ Stryker is a student at the University by Origen, the Greek writer- H"oRS $1 "
,of Florida and they are teacher-church father. .
visiting with his parents and her Origen reported: "Everyone in "
father, J. A. Babbitt. the country knows it, and the .
pagans will tell again and a- Shurfresh Food King Quarters
George Moody Sr., visited in gain to him, who cares to hearit "
that in the said cavern was
Lake'thru City with 1.1. of Moody last week.Tuesday born a certain Jesus whom the C LIS.

Tallahassee.He also Thursday spent Wednesday 'in Christians In A,D. 330 admire, Emperor and adore Constan-," I. Biscuits 3 FT: 25 OLEO 2 29

tine built a basilica over the /
grotto. The church was, restored

and enlarged in the 6th century, FROZEN FOODS FRESH PRODUCE
Jordan Opens the National Geographic Society
says. Beneath it are many passages
Bethlehem To' and grottos, including the 10 Oz. Birdseye Chopped Leaf Long Island WhitePOTATOES
dell! 'where St. Jerome wrote the

Christmas Pilgrims Vulgate basilica's version of towers the Scriptures.The rise in. SPINACH 2Pk8'. 35c. l l '. 3'9c

A' gate in Jerusalem is opened I
Bethlehem
majesty over present-day.
wide at Christmastide to permit ,
pilgrims to.pass,from Israel,into buildings whose huddle weathered shoulder stone to No. 1 Campbell'sOYSTER Red Emperor _
Jordan to worship in Bethlehem.
shoulder.on the crest of a prow.
As the crow files, it is ,only like hill.Living. STEW ea. 35c GRAPES 2LBS. Z9C I
five miles south to the place of
in Bethlehem are some
Christ's.birth. The little hilltop,
.19,000, people, ,mostly Christian
town is a magnet for the' many Arabs and SemItes''of Canaalte 10 Oz. Singleton's Bait Fresh CrispCARROTS
Arab Christians living in Israel
or Jewish stock. Their dress
and for followers of the Protest.
ant, Roman Catholic, and Armenian evokes Bible times, but everything's SHRIMP PKG. 49* LB. PKG. lOeFLAGLER
fairly well up to date in
faiths. Bethlehem city.. There Is a thrive I,'
:Most of the sites associated ing Lions Club' and a Chamberof
with'Christ stand in the present Commerce. FOOD STORE

day Hashemite,Kingdom of Jor- \
,' dan, (the National Geographic LICHEN INDESTRUCTIBLE? -
Society ;says. These weatheredthe 'The slo'v growing lichen is FLAGLER BEACH i
,Arab-Jewish war :with littleor virtually indestructible. Some
no damage, and the Jordanian lichen colonies 'may be more (. f
Government has proved to be a than a,thousand years old. Two .1':
careful,- diplomatic custodian.of distinct organisms fungus and : CLOSE 5ft TIESMY, JANIARY 1st

places held holy by peoples'of an alga,. combine' to form the !
various' religions. In times of plant. Algae carbohydrates' byphontosymthesis
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tension. every' effort is made to. ; fungi provide
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FLORIDA FAIR AT I Hazards and Fish in I cord Black. the Pearls gray DisappearThe whale's heartbeat.

TAMPA OPENSON Gulfs !natural riches at-
Gulf of CaliforniaAn
I FEBRUARY'5th tracted early Spanish explorers.In .
island in the Gulf of California 1533, one of Cortes pilots
r.oCALS. Continued From Page 1, bears the challenging reached (the tip of the peninsulaand

Auto Races-Wednesdays and I name of Salsipuedes, or "Get found oyster beds. Two
Out if You Can:" years later, Cortes himself established
, I Saturdays. I
I Livestock Parade .of Dairy An early Spanish explorer a colony called La Paz
' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter '
Champions, Friday, February 8. I named it in rueful recognition near 'by.
" Johnson during the ,Christmas Morris and family for the Holidays Livestock Parade of Beef of the shifting, surging waters The oysters produced black.

Holidays were their son in law were her parents, Mr. and Champions, Thursday, February I which often inundate many low i pearls, and the peal industry
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Mrs. A. L. Salt of Gulfport, Flor 14. : tiny islets in this long, narrow'arm became the chief source of pros-

I Dompe and children, Alex and ida. Gasparilla Pirate Invasion and of the Pacific. perity of' Dai Paz. Some of the

Phillip; Also Mr. Johnson's Parade Monday, February '11. The Gulf of California extends gems found their way into the
mother, Mrs. Ed Johnson of Ar- House guest. of Mr. and Mrs. Governor's Day, Tuesday, February I some 650 miles between the.' collections of European royalty.
tesia. Harry Atkinson and family for 12.International* Mexican mainland and the pen- A mysterious blight wiped out

Among their visitors during the Christmas Holiday was their Day (night pa insula of Baja (Lower) California .' I the oyster beds about 20 years

Christmas Day' were Mr. and uncle, ,Alex Atkinson of Bruns- rade) Thursday, February 14. the National Geographic Society ago, but La Paz Is enjoying renewed

:MrsAl Dompe ,Sr., of Crescent I wick. 4-H Club day, Saturday, Feb.. says.Bounded. I prosperity from thousands
City. J I, Mr. and. :Mrs., Lamar HarrisI' ruary 16.OffiGIN. by land on three I of sports fishermen lured to the
I I I and chidren, Ronnie, Rick and sides, the Gulf seemingly should I fish-teeming Gulf.
Jeff, of Panama City, Florida, be placid: Instead, a combina I I
OF MOUNT VERNON Though Baja California has
Mr and' Mrs. Haskel Dorsey
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were visiting with Mr. and Mrs.L. tion of winds, currents, and ,
and children, Jim and Elizabeth; Mount Vernon, the home of an arid climate, irrigation Is
L. Harris during the holidays. tides makes it highly dangerous.II
,of'Gainesville,,Georgia, are house Mrs. George Washington, was named I opening new farmland. Resorts
They were accompanied by Sailors Fear "The Lash"In
guests of her parents, Mr. and Lizzie' Sedessie who also for the British admiral Edward and due ranches have sprungup

Mrs. L. M. Whitaker. with relatives was here. Vernon, who fought the Spanishin fair weather or foul, the I ; several new airfields are in

visiting .,.. the Caribbean in the.mid-18th area is inhospitable. High winds operation; miners are reworking

Mr. and Mrs Brady W ds. century. British soldiers called sweep off the peninsula. Sudden abandoned gold, silver, and cop-
worth and family of Jesup, Ga., \ Vernon "Old Grog" because of storms spring up with little per mines; and the commercial
are guests of Mrs. Daisy Buckles CRAIGS HOLD -- the grogram cloak he wore. The warning. One of the most fearedis fishing -industry is ,growing.The .

for: the holiday season. OPEN HOUSE ON grog that present-day tars still .EI Cordonazo,' or "The Lash,"
CHRISTMAS EVE
drink bears Vernon's nickname
'
which hurric'ane force
brings University of Florida library '
Mr. and Mrs. ,Louis Barrs have Mr; and ,Mrs,, James Craig.entertained because he ordered the daily winds and terrifyingly frequent now has nearly one million .
moved toTwin. City, Georgia with their annual' egg rum ration diluted'with water. bolts of lightning.Even volumes on its shelves. I

where they will spend some nog and ,coffee party .ChristmasEve when the Gulf appears

'time.w' from 4 to 8, at their home X-15 548,000 HAS HORSEPOWERThe calm, it may be shot through _"....---w. .:;.. X.N... "'"rI -'="':>,<"> .. ,&": ...
North Orange Street. X-15, half plane, half with twisting currents. Clocked I

Enjoying"%a family Christmas The Christmas motif was carried missile, packs 548,000 horsepower sometimes at six knots, the wa-
dinner'party at the home of ] rs. out in, the decorations and -more Jthan twice that of the ters swirl between islands and

Daisy Walker included ,irs. refreshments. About 40 friends biggest United States Navy car create immense whirlpools.

Gordon :Walker and Janet, of called during the afternoon and, rier. It burns 52 tons of liquid Tides flowing up the Gulf
! New ,Smyrna Beach, Miss Nancy evening.. oxygen and 4.2 tons of liquid build tremendous forces as the

Walker who is a student.at, FlorIda ->: ammonia to lift its pilot to the waters 'are fiinneled into the

State University in Tallahassee i W. W. Deens Hosts fringe of space. gradually narrowing channel Fyn:
and Mr. and, Mrs.! To Christmas Low tides brings drops of from

Russell Walker of Deland, and 1 I Dinner. Peaiy 3 to 30 feet.
Miss Lucille Walker of Bunnell. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Deen entertained The tidal range at the head hLY' vs
this week's
a family grOup at a of the Gulf, where the Colorado

Mrs. Laura Frier and Hubert Christmas party Tuesday. >/ patterns,..) River empties, averages 23 feet. \
Frier were guests of Mrs. Frier's Those enjoying the party JL tTABBMTUWTSftwttte With the right combination of
son In. law and ,daughter, 'Mr. were: the J. C. Deen family, Mr. wind tide, and current, the wall cxsG
and Mrs. Elza Hattor of Hazel-,: and Mrs. .A- A.. Wells,Mr. ,and of water piles/ up to 30 feet and

hurst, Georgia'. for'the Christmas I Vfe.' Gene. Bowersand; boys, Mr.and N w$ : -\. ... surges up the bed of the Colorado .

holiday.Mr. . Mrs Buddy Wadsworths and h as a destructive tidal bore.
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Cherry, tVlrgllaJan.4: lorraine '3269 : The dangerous waters rank,
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and Mrs. Charles ,(Buddy}' Wyndham, Mr. and Mrs James however, among the wort'd's best L 't...
Chambers had as their 'holiday Craig, John and Carol' Craig, y? S fishing grounds. Commercial tf k,

guests her-'parents, Mr. 'and'Mrs.: I Mrs. Rosely Cameron, all of Bun kj rt '. fishermen harvest tuna, sardines, ( a;.
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C. B. Stickney of St Petersburg. nell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill r r'r mackerel, shrimp, and turtles.

Bowers, Elizabeth and. Billy of 4 Sportsmen battle deep-water '
Mr. and Mrs.John Seay were Baxley, Ga. 'marlin and swordfish. Yellow- L -

in Chipley for the pre Christmas' f't4. tails, corbina,/Striped perch, bo- 3. S ya
weekend for, a visit with his JOY LYNN TURLINGTON nita, and giant white sea bass

mother. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Turlington x = 1x are reeled in along the coast.
Jr., of Tallahassee, announce Gray whales swim down from 1
Diane and Isabelle Green are the arrival of a daughter, born the Arctic to breed in the warm I
visiting, in Houston Texas, with December 1st. :Mrs. Turlingtonis Gulf sand on the Pacific side of
relatives during the Christmas the former Miss Barbara Ann Baja California. Dr. Paul Dud- THIS IS FRANCE . Lovely
vacation.. McCraney of Bunnell, and is the ley White, famed cardiologist,I France Anglade plays the title
ru[ role in a new French film,
of Mrs. Clara Mc O wn'ruW
daughter has led two National Geographic "Clementine Cherie," currentlyin I

COMMEMORATES50th ANNIVERSARYThe Craney. I Society expeditions there to re- I I production in Paris.

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children of Mr. ,and Mrs. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. YYYY Y YYY Y. YYYY, YYYY YYYY YYY
O. D. Robertson will have Open Church for the Christmas,.holidays l a.Rnffed.+ .

House at the Robertson home in is his mother, Airs, N. C. **'
Dolly Time bid the
Bimini, this afternoon, 3 to 5 Church of Daytona Beach, and to ,
p. m. The occasion is in commemoration her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rode. '
of the 50th Wedding Anniversary baugh of Orange City.: "

of the Robertsons. l 1 old adieu f z:
All friends of the couple are Mr. and Mrs: 'John Cannon 'e: year ;

invited to call. and son,,Ben, are spending! theholidayS .+ : .
in Atlanta, Ga. visiting .+ -,- ,
Mr. and .:Mrs.: Tomv Diamond with their parents. r ".'
and : .
spent Christmas Day in, Ft. \ to say. . s" ,
Pierce with :Mr., and Mrs. Harry Mr.., and Mrs: A. D. Burrows .)( . 1
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Costupolos and 'other relatives. have? returned to their home k

here after spending several lef ;
New Year
Mr. and Mrs T. E. Holden returned months in Philadelphia, Pa. Drew Potter No. 3269. SiJfcoveffe Happy .il
from a pre-Christmas News. Tfce dr*(< hat a cenfle tart and ,
holiday visit in Elizabethton, Martell Hunter and daughters, follows ff>. body '',..', the cropped joclref, .
Tenn., with their son in law and Marilyn and Carol Christopher, jut out In back.: No.. 3269 comes In sizes + + + '
12,14,16,18.20 In size 14 the eastern !
daughter, :Mr. and :Mrs. Julian]spent Caudill. Center Hill with her parents, Mr. dress afoae, 3ft yard of 35-Inch. ., + .,
Needlework Pattern No. 109. Jtuffieo? . I I
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spent Christmas Omar +
They holidaysin and Mrs. Right .
DoII,. So easy to crocAel and .eaijr to f of- ,
Ormond Beach with their son founder Tfce center b limply on 8-inch "1' .+ + "& : ::. .1i.T-otj. I
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in law and daughter. Mr and NAVY FLYING ,IN 1913 doily with a shell edge, tfce ripple It + '. .": ;
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:Mrs. ;Sam Black. Back in 1913 when the United I Send for No. 109. Our Needlework epararefr. - .:. '

States Navy was trying out its Catalog containing coupon for -\; ./ Ii
\ Mr, and-.:.Irs.. F. J.,. Chambers new, wings in operations off ,focfuio one pattern free I* 50 cent f fA
Send 35c for each drew potter.,25elor \ /
spent the Christmas holidays in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, flyerS each needlework: pattern(odd 5e for DUNNHARDWARE
West, Palm Beach with their faced mechanical hazards undreamed ,eocfc pattern for third clou mailing and !
son and daughter In_ law, :Mr. of today. "Motors were lOc for each pattern for fast dost nraif- 3 ,
!.&to AUDXET LANE&U* Al/,Box 1490, & ,
Mrs. Fred Chambers Jr. Vice Admiral PatrickN. ,
and primitive,
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f/eir fork I. N.Y.O. ........
L. Bellinger (Ret.) wrote recently 1
Guests of Mr., and Mrs. L. E. in National Geographic. I
Wadsworth for the.holidays were They often quit in midair;. so F. ALFORD SUPPLY CO.

their' daughter, Miss Virginia we flew with an eye on the sur- Registered .

Wadsworth of Boulder, ,Colorado, fa e..ln ,case of a forced ,land /
Real Estate Broker
and their son, Lew Wadsworth ing. The most important rule Bunnell, Florida t

who. Is a student: at the Univer was: 'When something goes BtaaelL Florida

sHy of Georgia,, in Athens Ga. wrong, 'pOint her nose down.1"

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PAGE SIX' THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE, BUNNELL, FLORIDA Thursday, Dec. 27, 1962
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T i i in ,February ,to 2 per cent, in I\\io I dethrone his father, ,settle inMount ,' Symbol of Rebirth bolic birth of a child in harvest

.., State Chamber August and no monthly losses J; Olympus, ,and, ,rule as. fields. A German folk song of
were. recorded. I chief god of the Geek pantheon.Later I The New Year Babe may be I !the 14th century depicts the New
as old as Father Time., An infant
; Reports Gains "Bank debits are up 9 per cent I Cronus's name was con- was paraded as a symbolof I I Year Babe in its present form.

and personal income of Flord-I fused with the word Chronos, rebirth in pagan, Greece's festival The widespread recognition of

:: Made in EconomyFlorida's I cans is running 7 per cent above meaning "time." But the hour- .of the nature god Dionysus.The January 1 as the start of the

1961.'S vingS'and Loan accountsare glass has found a permanent i image, of ,a baby, also was new year is a purely arbitrary
'" '''headed into up 11 per cent. Gasoline place in the hand of the white- featured in Greece's EleusinianMysferies custom stemming from ancient

December economy on the upswing sales have gained 7 per cent. ,'haired gentleman with the.I the' important.religi Rome. It was the time when

... with comfortable gains over 1961 "All principal categories of scythe. ous rites that signified the annual consuls and other offlcials took

in most ,categories, the Florida employment in non-farm estab- Ancient Romans identified Sat- ,decay and renewal of office. Thus Julius Caesar desig-

State Chamber of Commerce lishments are ahead of 1961, urn, (their god of agriculture, vegetation.. nated that date as the first day

o ', ports. Its statement, follows: with the total averaging 4 percent with Cronus. Like, hisGreek In ,more recent times, farmersof i of the Roman year when he

.-J ,:' \above so far this year. counterpart. Saturn carried a West Prussia staged the sym I adopted the Julian calendar.
will providean
"These gains help
Manufacturing employment is 5 . .. .. .... .. .. . ... ... .
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The Rome celebrated Saturnalia, a
ber losses. I
agricultural struction 6 per cent; trade 4 'percent i FOR ALL HOURS-DAY OR NIGHT
solstice of the year'sturning
ceremony
also the state in a
gains place
; service 3 per cent and public
further improvement from December 17 to 23.
for -
stronger position employment is'4 per cent over I
-, in> 1963. 1961. In many ways, the festival resembled AMBULANCE .

"s a i e s tax collections on "The dip in home building, has present-day New Year PHONE VAlley 4-1625
celebrations. All work stopped: SER ICE
sales through October of this held down (the dollar volume of ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
Schools closed, courts handed
year were up 9 per cent over recorded home mortgages below
i 1961. Monthly gains over thecorresponding 1959 and 1960 but this year's down no sentences, revelers Never be hesitant about calling a Garcia, Ambulance. We
gamboled in masquerade, and
month of last'year figure is 7 per cent over. 1961. of fruits candles are always at your service with promptness .safety and,
gifts waxen ,
: 'range;from a top of 14 per cent "New business incorporationshave experience. .
and dolls were exchanged.
; not fared so well, running i .
only 3 per cent above 1961. I Even today, exchange' of presents -i Equipped With' Oxygen Resusitator and Inhalator
lingers as a New Year cus- .
LASSIFIEDADS Drops, have taken, place during I I I
is w / :.:. 'tom. The Roman word for good- Garcia Funeral Home ..
recent ,months. Reailing firms, -
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: luck gifts Strenae-survives in
:; according to Dun and Bradstreet,
P. E. GARCIA Licensed Funeral Director
jour de'etrennes, France's popular J ,
are slightly below last year in for New Year'sDay.
expression
LADY ASSISTANT
3t number but current liabilitiesof [

Listings cent per under word this each.headla Insertion areS these, firms are up 121 per .................................. . ... . ... . ......r.. .............
75 cents la minimum cmarxe.
*J cent" I ,- Y...........PAT.011'01 ormo.__. OH MX cetUa o.atM MO CM/TOM..,....Yos.I .
FOR :.SALE-Sears one wheeldialler .
'
very good condition. HIMALAYAS ,FIGHTINGThe I

,$40.OO. Phone 439-2319. fighting in tale remote +

Dec." 27, Jan. 3-2tc. borderlands of' the high Hima-

lays directly, involves 40 cent
per
FOR SALE-2 bedroom house
of the world population. One out
has to be moved from present '
reasonable ,of very four members of the human
property. No offer
race lives in Communist
refused. Call 4373370. II I "
China; one,of out of seven lives
Dec. 27-ItcA t
in India.

., WATKINS ROUTE in ,this I .
area is open for semi retired
I!Father Time Is I
semi-retired
man/or lady. Many I

people are earning $50.00 to $100 I I Linked To MythologyI .
per week depending on time devoted I .4.'

to the business. Maybe!I Midnight on December 31 will

you can qualify. For personal signal, in cartoonists' lore, the

interview in your area, write ,J,I exit of a haggard old man and

\ H. McGarity'Williston. Florida. the appearance of,a chubby .infant -

Dec. 27-3tc wearing a diaper marked

1963.
WINTERFABRIC 'SALEAt
The personnifications of //the
Cloth Shop,, 539, S. Young, ,
New Year: Babe and Father Time,
U.S. 1, Ormond Beach.
traditionally armed'with a
54" Wool Ends, 1502.00, each;
\ scythe :and an hourglass, are as rp
45" Suit Fabrics 79c:yd; 54" Upholstery ,-
familiar as those of Santa Claus.
l-$3 yd; Antique Satin
Yet these fitting symbols for the
Drapery 88 cents yd.
end of one. cycle of living and
Dec.,'6-4tp, : the birth, of another have roots
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FOR RENT-House in Hillcrest. in Greek Mythology.

large living room 2 bedrooms, Father Time survives as a

2 baths, dining room and large descendant god Cronus, lord of I .
'
porch., Wisehaupt. HE 92247. the universe. Cronus's face was aY Yw p'
Dec. 6tfcWANTEDBulk creased with the lines of ines

timable years, and he carried a ..
(L. p, Gas) cus--
long, curving blade.
tomers. Call Harris Appliance & Strange Appetite fT

Gas. ID 7-3367, Bunnell, Florida. .
Like of
many mythology'searthy
4Y
Aug 3OUcREFINISHING ,
gods, Cronus was not ??

-Furniture refln- altogether without defects of

ished and repaired. Experiencedon character. Having been warned

antiques. Chairs recaned.Tel. that one of his children would

4392007. 10-U-tf depose him, Cronus coped with

/the problem by swallowing eachat Y
FOR SALE-L.P. Bulk Gas. We birth. His wife, Rhea natura-

will fill your tank or we will ally wished to discourage' the

:furnish; you with a 'tank. Call practice. She hid their son Zeus I

t 'Harris Appliance & Gas. Co. at after his birth, and presented

:ID 7.3367, Bunnell, ,Florida.
Cronus with a stone wrappedinswaddUng
.Aug. 30tieEXPERT
clothes.

1 1,' REPAIR SERVICE The trick worked. Zeus lived F

On' TV Radios, Hi-Fi. Sewing NOTICE: OF STOCKHOLDERS
.and 4 to !
.' Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and Notice la hereby MEETING'given that the just days cutting I

all small appliances. All work annual meeting of the Stockholdersof
1 Ormond Hardware, the Citizens Bank of Bunnell
I guaranteed. text 7-Eleven will be held at the office, of the DIBROM was made for moments like this. When the right insect control can make 1
50 W. Granada Bank In Bunnell, Florida on Wed-
'I'i' neday. January 9. 1963 at 3:00 o' Only minutes after spraying, every looper, the! 'difference between market price and cull i
Ormond Beach, Fla. Phone 6774414 of
clock P.-M. for the election a
May 17-tfc Board of Directors to serve for the aphid or cabbage worm that's been: hit win price, remember DIBROM.,; Or, as one.- enthusiast -( I
11 : ensuing year and for the transaction be dead or dying.Yet the crop will be entirely put it: "DIBROM can sun bail you 1
t of such other business as may
I Ocean front housekeeping apartments ." properly come before the meeting. free, of DIBROM by the time it is cut. out of trouble." 'j

f 1. and 2 bedrooms com I Dec 27.Howell 1962 &V.Jan.Peavy.3 1963.Cashier.-2tcI One reason DIBROM is so effective is its I

pete with linens and all utilities. I fast kilL (A big advantage in rainy weather, Helping the World Grow BetterORTHO

Sun deck, fishing, swimming, when slower-acting: insecticides can be, I

t loafing. Day, week or month. washed off before they do their job)..It kills '

Sun Sea Manor, Flagler Beach. ggE on contact. Gives a thorough clean-up of

HE 9.2082 7-6t! I ,( more than 130 different insects including ( ;

tpM most resistant ones. And in all stages of

JOHNSTON'SFLAGLEB growth except eggs and pupae. tJ '

BEACH REALTY ,CO. Another reason: The short residual life of

,Di aoM. You can use it up to four days of % P
LOTS, HOMES, OCEAN FRONT,
harvest on most crops (it's registered for use' ;
WATER FRONT FARMS; ,
ACREAGE Prompt Service on 35). Results on broccoli, spinach and DIBROM
PLACE YOUR ORDER'WITH US Cabbage for instance have been
spectacular.
see V* for your real'estate seed* ',,
.Office Phone HE 9-2242 The Flagler Tribune :

Phones ID 7-3691 CALIFORNIA CHEMICAL COMPANY DIVISION,P.O.Box 7067. Orlando Florid
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PAGE EIGHT _____ ------THE. 1962
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4111 may like to try are native stock New Pole Bean For
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q llUf with ,uch_ grapes 'as' Edna, Mer-
wLAy &iEII1Ir
r ddel, Munson, Carman, Fern l o
. (By Hervey Sharpe) Florida DevelopedA :
I :Munson: Marguerite and Arm-
Gardening is like exchanging laga. new pole bean variety has O

gifts. Some .folks ,do it before: Grapes, like any other plant, been developed by the Florida 9
Christmas, while store owners I thrive best with reasonable care. Agricultural Experiment Station

: swear that most individual Clean cultivation, three applications which may push Florida's fresh The problem of a closet

,;, change gifts after Christmas. 'I of fertilizer per year, some 1 I market pole bean production to 'in'the living room or den
" If you are in the "after class,'' protection against insects and a a value of well- over five million cat be turned into an as-
:
then consider exchanging the place to cling to is all a grape- dollars. set,especially if the loca-
: tion is at the center of a
unwanted gifts for plants. ,A vine expects from a gardener. Dr. J. R. Beckenbach, directorof wall. _
d r. checklist of plants to barter for Newly planted grapevines the Florida Agricultural Ex One home decorator,

includes, camelia, 'rose,",azaleaor thrive well when fed % poundof periment Stations, has announced who owned a rather old
:. citrus. If you have. all these, a "balanced" fertilizer in the release of a new rust- house, found a way to
. then consider a grapevine. March, May and July. A two- resistant pole ,bean known as I I hide her television set
and make bookcase out
Thegrapevine is .the answer year-old vine will need a full "Dade." The bean was a
develoP-I of a closet that had always -
'. I' for gardeners- who have a yen pound of plant food elementsat ed through the I been useless be- ,
for adding another fruit in the each feeding. Robert A. Conover, plant pathologist cause of its location.
back yard. An arbor constructed Grapevines are considered ma- Sub-Tropical Station, at A modem molding was
. of notched rosin-ricfi 'poles ,and ture when_they are three years Homestead; Dr. James M. Walter, I ,put around the door
decked with: split rails will add old. Their adult appetite is 4 plant pathologist, Gulf Coast frame and louvered
the and two at The smaller shelves were ar-
a homestead look to your pounds of fertilizer split in three Station', Bradenton, and Dr. A.P. doors, two at top
the bottom, that swung back ranged to hold books and nick- I
"acres.' applications per year. Lorz, horticulturist, Main Station, against the wall, were installed. nacks. Presto. When company
If the old-fashioned arbor. For additional information on Gainesville. Shelves were added one especially came the doors were shut and the

idea 'does not suit your, fancy, grape production n, contact your Developed as part of the state- large to hold her tele- television disappeared behind an I
, then there'are a number of mod county agricultural agent.If wide breeding project, Dade has vision set. attractive front.

1 em trellis methods for holdingup you decide on planting the proved to be well adapted to a
I the fruiting vines. Blue Lake or Emerald, seCure wide range of soil and climatic ., .''

!' Toy with the idea of growing the planting stock from,your local conditions. .-;\, ..

.- your :town beverage. Take a nurseryman. If he does not: Vigorous and ,leafy in growth, / 24 HourWrecker .' "' !';. *
:, month; or so to make up your have the stock available, write Dade produces smooth uniform Service' "- : ,:

mind, because the, grape planting Watermelon and Grape: Investigations pods, averaging% inches in '. .

... i season is from now until Laboratory, Box, 321, length. It requires only 50 ,to 60 '
t March. Leesburg,. Florida, for addressesof days !to reach maturity.The Flagler Truck & Tractor ;,Co

, ,'Since 1880' grape growing has nurserymen who sell the high yielding variety has -
, .ron the gauntlet of, failure to grape planting stocks. proved to be completely resistant MASSEY-FERGUSON .
:success. Now success is on your to rust in all plantings at Grove -'Farm Industrial Equipment

j side because University of 'Florida Adult ostriches weigh, up to every location in Florida and VIRGIL DECKER Phone ID 7-3242
Agricultural Experiment Sta- 300 pounds. They graze like I has proved resistant to several
I Owner Bunnell Florida
1 horses -and can eat just much. ,
;tion researchers have developed as other bean "diseases" as well.

two, sure-growing "'grapes. They .

1 I,are Lake Emerald and.,Blue Lake I. :ill
: :grape. The Emerald is a' cross
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.of a native grape known as Fix- PiJ ;" 1 .,- ,
; 'rlolai!, and the cultivated Goldeni
Muscat '
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\ :The; 'Emerald grape is," ideal for : : : : .

'home use. Its juice is sweet, : ..: .; : "
;aromatic, agreeable ,in flavor Wise
and light in color. Being highin Shoppers
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sugar, the fruit are fine for :' ., ,' -4.....,'. _" ;
,., sweet juice processing. ;:.j. -
? The Blue Lake is the most recent : '. ;;: Tu.rntothe

! grape stock developed by .;..

. University of Florida researchers.It :.' ', ., '
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is a cross between a native

Bailey and the Caco grape. Blue ,
Lake is a dark colored bunch :1: b FLAGLER TRIBUNE

grape. The fruit nave an aromatic ... .
spicy flavor. The berries

, are, fairly small, but are well "
. i adapted to make fresh juice, Want Ads
{ pasterurized juice, jellies and

, preserves. The tangy grape
;.. aroma is retained in these prod- .:...A..'

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, ..'". First I '
This new grape is excellentfor ..rIVI .
.
the 'home gardener. How V :: ." 5"-,
ever, the fruit must be processed .rt :

immediately upon :ripening.
'Therefore, the grape is mot' a 1
commercial fruit.

Blue Lake ripens from June
Mature fruit remains
through July.
on the vjne-for only a 1\ :
1 Wise Sellers Turn ,To: Ours'*
short .time and should be harvested .' '. 'j,* .
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.' without delay. The crop Classified Ads, Too! t ", .
,can.usually be h harbested' in two J ,

yickingsMany Wise people who have something to
soils in Florida are
adapted ,to grape 'culture. In sell know that when wise -people want
trials at the University's SubTropical '
.. :'-""to check
Station at Homestead, buy, they our Classified Ads'
Emerald vine No matter what it is youwant to buy . a 1908:;'
a' three-year-old first-so wise ,sellers just naturally turn .

produced 108 bunches of grapes, auto or a 1962 automatic appliance ., . you'll probably -
weighing 23 pounds. Up to 40 to The Flagler Tribune and place their

pounds of fruit have been pro- ,find, it faster if you check our Classified Ads,first. "For Sale" ads here!' Besides, our Classified -

duced on a Lake Emerald vine And, what's more, .items sold through the Classified Ads ,
at Leesburg. Ads cost so verytlittle for such very

There are. a* number of ,'other nearly always mean bigger savings. The easy way to fast results! ,
that well in Flor' .
grapes grow shop? You bet-as easy as sitting in your armchair and { _
of the
ida. For example, many \ : '! '; ,
Munson hybrids in combination talking on 'the telephone. Be wise shop our Classified ; -1'!' ; k. '<.

with Florida wild species have fl
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Ads this day! -
: made long-lived acclimated root- very ; /

stock. Some combinations you '!

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